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

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Magic, 54:and bring about fitness for the vocation of disciple. With these assumptions clearly understood, myMagic, 58:are on the verge of discipleship. For what is a disciple? He is one who seeks to learn a newMagic, 59:etheric, astral and mental. The would-be disciple, through this process, becomes aware of his lowerMagic, 60:on White Magic - Rule One - The Way of the Disciple The Way of the Disciple The white magician isMagic, 60:One - The Way of the Disciple The Way of the Disciple The white magician is ever one who, throughMagic, 62:on White Magic - Rule One - The Way of the Disciple This brings me to the consideration of theMagic, 63:to us, these cyclic impulses in the life of the disciple are of a greater frequency and speed andMagic, 63:of expressing this ebb and flow. Sometimes the disciple is walking in the sunlight and at otherMagic, 64:on White Magic - Rule One - The Way of the Disciple Much more could be said on this rule but enoughMagic, 65:interchange between those who teach and the disciple who seeks instruction! Much preliminary workMagic, 65:Much preliminary work will have to be done. The disciple on the physical plane and the innerMagic, 67:on White Magic - Rule One - The Way of the Disciple It is of course of vital interest to appreciateMagic, 67:lines of activity into which the soul-inspired disciple may throw himself. Assurance as to varyingMagic, 70:This leads to the fulfilment of duty. For the disciple there will be the automatic and necessaryMagic, 79:of social conditions. They are aided by a disciple of rare capability in Sweden, and by an initiateMagic, 102:time, I - an older and perhaps more experienced disciple and worker in the great vineyard of theMagic, 119:It should therefore be borne in mind that a disciple of any of the Masters will have his peculiarMagic, 128:themselves for active work as disciples. I am a disciple and, having progressed further along theMagic, 128:of equal value if enunciated by an aspirant, a disciple or a Master, or e'en a Christ? Mayhap theMagic, 129:devotion and trained minds, and that I am a disciple, as are all from the humblest probationer upMagic, 131:work is left to the sons of men. To the disciple who is an organizer and transmitter of the PlanMagic, 132:necessary. One of the primary conditions that a disciple has to cultivate, in order to sense theMagic, 132:be learnt, the method and plan for work that the disciple must grasp. In solitude the sound isMagic, 133:adequately accomplish. He can and does train His disciple so that it appears to the onlooking worldMagic, 133:vast amount of work accomplished by one useful disciple only becomes possible when the control ofMagic, 137:clear vision. A discrimination that enables the disciple always to distinguish between the acts ofMagic, 140:who are gifted with spiritual perception that a disciple is available for work and can be utilizedMagic, 141:for the helping of the world. The main work of a disciple on the mental plane is to train himselfMagic, 141:that the sound is only truly potent when the disciple has learnt to subordinate the lesser sounds.Magic, 146:light and illumination is the right of the disciple who attains to the third initiation, whilst theMagic, 147:of becoming aware of the phenomenal world, the disciple builds a new subtler response apparatusMagic, 149:from whence it came. In the occult life of the disciple, as he develops a new and subtler use ofMagic, 150:the beatific vision. In the life of the active disciple it produces those interludes which everyMagic, 150:it produces those interludes which every disciple knows, when (through detachment and the capacityMagic, 151:three worlds of human living. In the life of the disciple, through meditation and discipline heMagic, 152:is the whole art at which the aspirant, the disciple, and the initiate work, bearing in mindMagic, 152:or life. Finally, in the mental life of the disciple, and in the great work of learning to be aMagic, 153:imparted, but in the training of the new type of disciple during the coming age, it is the will ofMagic, 158:we will consider the three factors which the disciple needs to relate if he ever aims to become anMagic, 158:the one followed will be that relating to the disciple and his work, and will deal with hisMagic, 158:emphasize the training and discipline of the disciple, and, scattered throughout, will be foundMagic, 159:an experimental fact in the magical work. In the disciple's work, there is often failure owing toMagic, 159:of the work comes through the failure of the disciple to carry on these [160] activitiesMagic, 160:lost, by being drawn into the astral body of the disciple, which is the focal point for all astralMagic, 160:point for all astral energy employed by the disciple. It is swept into a vortex of which theMagic, 161:I would like to touch. The emotional body of the disciple which must feed and nurture the babyMagic, 164:out and in line with the thought-form of the disciple's group of co-disciples, and therefore withMagic, 165:the final stages of the probationary path. The disciple becomes aware of capacities and powersMagic, 166:will eventually have to be overcome. The true disciple has endeavored to center himself on theMagic, 167:When it is beginning to function, then the disciple can pass from the stage of probation to that ofMagic, 167:serves amazingly to lift the would-be disciple out of the astral or emotional world into that ofMagic, 168:arrived at, for the space of two years a senior disciple acts as the intermediary betwixt theMagic, 168:newly accepted aspirant. He works with the new disciple, stepping down (if I so might express it)Magic, 168:vibration of the Master so as to accustom the disciple's bodies to the higher increased rate. HeMagic, 168:to the higher increased rate. He impresses the disciple's mind, via his Ego, with the group plansMagic, 169:minds as to how a Master lets an accepted disciple become aware that he is accepted. An impressionMagic, 169:perhaps he has reached the status of accepted disciple. He therefore acts on that assumption andMagic, 170:past all controversy. No doubt remains in the disciple's mind. 2. There is recognized an inhibitionMagic, 170:2. There is recognized an inhibition on the disciple's part to mention the happening to any one.Magic, 170:one. Months or years may slip away before the disciple will mention it, and then only to those whoMagic, 170:factors, governing the Master's relation to the disciple, are gradually recognized and beginMagic, 170:recognized and begin increasingly to govern the disciple's life. He recognizes that his points ofMagic, 171:a Master has to wait weeks before He can get His disciple's ear, for the channel upward is closedMagic, 172:in Their chelas the spirit of separateness. The disciple soon finds also that the Masters are notMagic, 172:a few moments in which to communicate with the disciple, and only in emergencies, in the case of aMagic, 172:be remembered, however, that the newer the disciple the more he demands attention and considers heMagic, 172:order to safeguard the work from error and the disciple perhaps from harm. The aim of every highMagic, 172:perhaps from harm. The aim of every high disciple is to carry out his work and be en rapport withMagic, 172:also that the relationship between Master and disciple is governed by law and that there areMagic, 172:Soul and its Thought-Forms The stage wherein a disciple is contacted by the Master through anotherMagic, 173:Chelaship". [173] The stage wherein a higher disciple directs the chela from the egoic level. ThisMagic, 173:Ashram. This is definitely the stage of Accepted Disciple. The stage wherein, having shown hisMagic, 173:his appreciation of the Master's problem, the disciple is taught how (in emergencies) to attractMagic, 173:would prompt them to use it. At this stage the disciple is called "one within the aura." The stageMagic, 173:"one within the aura." The stage wherein the disciple can get his Master's ear at any time. He isMagic, 174:to be drawn within His aura so that the disciple's aura forms an integral part of the group auraMagic, 177:and the brain, or between the teacher and the disciple. Methods of communication on the astralMagic, 179:of direct hearing. The teacher will speak to the disciple as person to person. A conversation isMagic, 179:imparted: Direct from Master to pupil; from disciple to disciple; from student to student. FromMagic, 179:Direct from Master to pupil; from disciple to disciple; from student to student. From Master orMagic, 179:from student to student. From Master or disciple to the ego and thence to the personality, via theMagic, 180:throwing thoughts into it. He may occupy his disciple's body, the latter standing aside,Magic, 183:and ways of work in the life of the would-be disciple. All these matters are side issues and onlyMagic, 184:interpretations of the partially illuminated disciple or probationer. The light first throws intoMagic, 185:render it impossible for him to function as a disciple? In this connection it must be carefullyMagic, 185:carefully borne in mind that a man can become a disciple and merit the attention of a Master onlyMagic, 186:ego, the Master in his heart. When a man is a disciple he is one because he can be used for workingMagic, 192:these changes and reorientations take place, the disciple begins to awaken psychologically to newMagic, 194:Up to the third initiation however, all that the disciple needs to grasp is that the will aspect ofMagic, 206:through the use of the Will, must the disciple in incarnation act as the agent of his soul in theMagic, 216:into life the needed modes of Being. To the disciple this will carry knowledge. To the ignorant noMagic, 223:unreal. As the Old Commentary puts it: "Let the disciple seize hold of the tail of the serpent ofMagic, 224:in which decisive action is taken, and the disciple proves his control of his emotional nature.Magic, 224:every resource of wisdom and of purity that the disciple possesses, or it may be a long andMagic, 224:discernment (through right discrimination) the disciple testifies to his fitness for the secondMagic, 226:deal with its functions and the relation of the disciple to its activities. Let us remember certainMagic, 230:is that between rapid and slow progress. For the disciple, accepted and loyal, it is the choiceMagic, 231:stand. Later, it is the experienced probationary disciple who wrestles in the vale of illusion, andMagic, 231:also, recognizing its dual nature. Then, the disciple comes forth to battle and faces with courageMagic, 231:relates to the soul. Arjuna, the aspiring disciple, resigns the struggle and hands the weapons and
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