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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - DISCIPLE

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Fire, 828:through the conscious act of the probationary disciple. Much of the work hitherto has been pursuedFire, 832:enough transmutative force is generated by the disciple to carry him to the opposite extreme of theFire, 852:and cannot be elucidated to the unpledged disciple. Only these general indications are in any wayFire, 864:brain of the inner happenings, and can (if a disciple) make his contacts with his Ego and (via thatFire, 867:Ray and subray. In this fashion the work of the disciple is carried forward, and his testing andFire, 868:information is withheld until the student is a disciple, and still more until he is a pledgedFire, 871:plane matter. In the Hall of Learning the disciple becomes aware of, and uses the energy of, theFire, 966:It will be obvious, likewise, that the disciple's power for service for humanity is dependentFire, 967:which might be enumerated: The ability of the disciple to meditate. The capacity he displays forFire, 1012:to the laws of spiritual unfoldment. As the disciple lives a regulated life, avoids meat, nicotineFire, 1056:of Initiation analogous to that undergone by a disciple. The planetary atom revolves upon its axisFire, 1067:involves knowledge only committed to the pledged disciple; if chance students stumble upon the law,Fire, 1132:particular kingdom. Fourth, the relation of the disciple, or man on the path, to his immediateFire, 1149:It should here be borne in mind that (for a disciple) direct alignment with the Ego via the centersFire, 1149:be remembered that the basic Ray laws and the disciple's particular type will paramountly dictateFire, 1149:governing the appearance in incarnation of a disciple are as follows: First, his desire to work offFire, 1149:service. The Ego impresses this desire upon the disciple during incarnation, and thus obviates anyFire, 1149:plane. The whole objective, therefore, of the disciple after death is to get rid of his subtlerFire, 1150:made by the Master with the concurrence of the disciple, and are only possible in the case of anFire, 1150:and are only possible in the case of an accepted disciple of some standing. It does not mean thatFire, 1150:group work has been accomplished. Third, a disciple will return into incarnation occasionally so asFire, 1150:of its substance, He will utilize the body of a disciple. We have an instance of this in the mannerFire, 1150:out to the world during some recurring cycle, a disciple of high position in a Master's group willFire, 1150:by some teacher greater than he. Fourth, a disciple may, through lack of rounded development, beFire, 1151:apparent on the inner side, some advanced disciple puts the energy of that particular quality atFire, 1193:of Jesus, or by a divine over-shadowing of a disciple, as has been and will be the case. TheFire, 1219:All these laws, from the point of view of a disciple, need only be considered as operative in theFire, 1226:of that love and sacrifice is opened up as the disciple knows himself to be in tiny measure also aFire, 1231:these are the only things which the disciple can intelligently comprehend. All that it will beFire, 1260:The symbol, which is first given to the pledged disciple to study but which may, however, beGlamour, 12:sign and meaning is vital to the growth of the disciple and the aspirant. The great need for mostGlamour, 17:activity - perhaps the most difficult to which a disciple can be called - and hence theGlamour, 21:a fabricated form, constructed sometimes by the disciple's Master to test his sincerity. SomeGlamour, 22:is the bewildering thought-form with which the disciple is confronted, when he seeks to pierceGlamour, 22:man and the significant contribution of the disciple is the dissipation of much of the glamor inGlamour, 25:the light may shine upon the vertical Way of the disciple is my prayer and aspiration for you. [26]Glamour, 26:now an integrated personality (and no one is a disciple, my brother, unless he is mental as well asGlamour, 33:to consider in connection with any aspirant and disciple. Glamor, as we have seen, is of moreGlamour, 33:induce that clear thinking which will render the disciple free from illusion and give to him thatGlamour, 33:this condition is found, the problem of the disciple is one of the greatest in the world. WhatGlamour, 33:What constitutes the prime difficulty of any disciple is the fact that the battleground of his lifeGlamour, 36:becomes a true content of the equipment of the disciple. Earlier I referred to the fact that partGlamour, 36:as a channel for the energy of the soul. If the disciple can make right alignment and consequentGlamour, 39:of the fog of illusion and of glamor until the disciple is nearing the Gates of Life. Only when heGlamour, 42:plus the principle of life itself. That the disciple begins to discriminate between the forces andGlamour, 42:inner activities become practical parts of the disciple's life and their consequences become clearGlamour, 43:the soul and the brain to the heart of the disciple. Through alignment and subsequent contact, theGlamour, 43:plane) through the mind to the brain of the disciple carrying illumination to the astral plane.Glamour, 43:to be realized in the brain consciousness of the disciple as he works upon the physical plane. ThenGlamour, 43:and the dynamic intelligent will of the serving disciple. Ponder on these points for they outlineGlamour, 44:he can take his next needed step forward. The disciple is the victim and, let us hope, theGlamour, 45:it its own problems, so unable is the average disciple to free himself from the glamor-makingGlamour, 45:reality can be grasped, and then around it the disciple can build the easily formed illusions ofGlamour, 46:emphasizing the glamor aspect as it affects the disciple and the problem which he faces, what do weGlamour, 46:the problem which he faces, what do we find? The disciple has freed himself somewhat from theGlamour, 52:to guard yourself. It is rare indeed for any disciple to escape the effects of this error ofGlamour, 53:of its fulfilment until such time when the disciple can be naught but a channel through which loveGlamour, 54:a developed discriminating sense, and when the disciple must know clearly and comprehend the natureGlamour, 55:in the realized content of the mind of the disciple leads him deep into the realm of illusion. TheGlamour, 57:of the development of the mental body of the disciple produces the next "veiling" of the idea, asGlamour, 57:1. Through wrong Perception of an Idea. The disciple cannot distinguish between an idea and anGlamour, 61:are stepped down into the consciousness of a disciple by his Master and are imparted to him throughGlamour, 62:Ideas. This is due to the fact that, as yet, the disciple does not see the picture as it is. HisGlamour, 62:Thus, from the very first moment of contact, the disciple has been suffering from illusion and asGlamour, 62:the first ways in which the mental pride of the disciple can be broken. It is illusion through anGlamour, 62:5. Through wrong Integration of an Idea. Every disciple has a life plan, and some chosen field ofGlamour, 62:service. If he has not such a field, he is not a disciple. It may be the home or the school or aGlamour, 63:need not necessarily be ideas with which every disciple should work. This the disciple does notGlamour, 63:with which every disciple should work. This the disciple does not always realize. He thereforeGlamour, 63:little self, even if this is unrealized and the disciple is glimmered by the idea of his ownGlamour, 64:initiates of fairly high degree. The ordinary disciple, such as you and others in this group,Glamour, 64:often does this form of illusion descend upon a disciple! He contacts an idea intuitively and alsoGlamour, 65:to the general trend of men's thoughts. The disciple can therefore be swept into a wrong activityGlamour, 65:on the ways whereby illusion traps the unwary disciple but this will suffice to awaken in you thatGlamour, 65:and the various types of illusion to which the disciple is prone. In its pure form, this illusionGlamour, 67:a particular line of approach to truth - the disciple has succeeded in quieting theGlamour, 67:- Probationary Path - Concentration - Maya. The Disciple - Path of Discipleship - Meditation -Glamour, 69:you strong enough for this? Forget not, that a disciple who is dealing with the aspiration of hisGlamour, 69:some light upon the glamor which confronts the disciple as an individual and also consider theGlamour, 72:thing, and must be dealt with as such. The disciple or aspirant who is seeking to dispel glamor,Glamour, 78:is created which prevents Them ever reaching the disciple or his reaching Them. It is not possibleGlamour, 78:emanates from the concentrated energy of the disciple, working still through the solar plexusGlamour, 79:colored with gloom and depression as the disciple swings back and forth between the dualities. ThisGlamour, 79:the world of feeling and the polarizing of the disciple in the world of the illumined mind willGlamour, 81:of glamor be finally dissipated. Only as the disciple learns to hold his mind "steady in theGlamour, 84:in achievement or satisfaction that one is a disciple. Any sense of superiority or separateGlamour, 84:ways and means whereby maya can be ended and the disciple stand free from the influence of physicalGlamour, 85:of glamor and also the illusions of the advanced disciple, it will be seen how necessary it is thatGlamour, 99:pairs of opposites, just as does the individual disciple, ready - when these pairs have beenGlamour, 101:but stands free upon this middle way; the disciple then sees the "lighted Way ahead," along whichGlamour, 101:wherein the intelligent thinking man, whether disciple or well-meaning aspirant, or an initiate ofGlamour, 101:the sense of the intuition which puts into the disciple's hand an infallible instrument whereby toGlamour, 103:the higher of the two entities, with which the disciple or the initiate, consciously andGlamour, 103:with a partial simultaneity. It is only when the disciple faces certain initiations that he awakensGlamour, 103:be stated that: In the first initiation the disciple demonstrates that he has resolved theGlamour, 116:and a condition of impotency. Against the disciple are fighting all the forces of his own nature,Glamour, 116:can be read entirely from the standpoint of the disciple's combat with glamor and students would beGlamour, 116:to study it. The individual glamors of which the disciple becomes aware are consequently of fiveGlamour, 116:at this period of individual history, for the disciple is polarized in the majority of cases in hisGlamour, 126:This marks a critical moment in the life of the disciple for it indicates the moment wherein he can
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