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

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Meditation, 131:point out some of the methods employed against a disciple which are the ones which alone concernMeditation, 131:are employed to hinder the usefulness of the disciple through disease or the crippling of hisMeditation, 131:all accidents are the result of karma, for the disciple has usually surmounted a good deal of thatMeditation, 131:is another method used, or the casting over the disciple of a cloud of emotional or mental matterMeditation, 131:demonstrates how hard it is for even an advanced disciple always to discriminate between the realMeditation, 132:former. One form employed is to cast over the disciple the shadows of the thought of weakness orMeditation, 132:they loom in undue proportion and the unwary disciple, not realizing that he is but seeing theMeditation, 132:that hinder and help not. It takes a wise disciple always to discriminate between the voice of hisMeditation, 132:method frequently employed is to envelop the disciple in a thick cloud of darkness, to surround himMeditation, 133:may be to cast a mental darkness over the disciple. The darkness may be intellectual, and isMeditation, 133:the trouble. Here, in this specific case, the disciple will be wise if he not only attempts to callMeditation, 133:that I there give for the assistance of the disciple. Meditation, 154:and the importance of good health before the disciple can go forward on the Path. We cannot permitMeditation, 189:and under the direct guidance of an initiate or disciple for some specific purificatory end. TheMeditation, 204:Certain definite laws govern the life of the disciple. They are the same laws that control allMeditation, 204:in the partial realization - on the part of the disciple - of the purpose of those laws, theirMeditation, 204:instance the Law of Substance. This law puts the disciple in the position of wisely utilizing theMeditation, 266:[266] The period wherein he is an accepted disciple. The period wherein he is regarded as theMeditation, 266:analogous to that which John, the beloved disciple, held in the Bible story. All these stages areMeditation, 269:the pupil will get when he becomes an accepted disciple or probationer. I tell you here, in allMeditation, 270:the next step forward and becomes an accepted disciple. Meditation, 270:The second period, wherein a man is an accepted disciple, is Perhaps one of the most difficult in aMeditation, 271:Suffice it to say, that as the term of "accepted disciple" progresses (and it varies in differentMeditation, 271:(and it varies in different cases) the disciple advances ever closer to the heart of the group, andMeditation, 271:to the Master We now come to the time when the disciple moves on to the much coveted position of aMeditation, 271:The interplay between the Master and disciple is being rapidly perfected, and the disciple can nowMeditation, 271:and disciple is being rapidly perfected, and the disciple can now consciously and at will link upMeditation, 272:vibration) is practically superseded; the disciple has so purified himself that his thoughts andMeditation, 272:own, and carries with it certain privileges. The disciple can then lift some of the burden off hisMeditation, 276:The Master during this period works with his disciple principally: At night, when he is out of theMeditation, 276:the physical body. During the periods when the disciple is meditating. According to the success ofMeditation, 278:of His own aura. He becomes then an accepted disciple. [279] Meditation, 279:During the period wherein a man is an accepted disciple the work done by the Master is of very realMeditation, 310:of yourself comes eventual perfection. To the disciple nought is too small to undertake, for in theMeditation, 310:the end, attainment of the goal. The life of the disciple becomes not easier as the Gate is neared,Meditation, 310:those who follow after - this is the role of the disciple. Today we will deal with our third point.Meditation, 311:disaster, and when no time is ever lost by a disciple in vain despair and useless selfMeditation, 315:[315] The Head of the school will be an accepted disciple; it is essential that the Master, Who isMeditation, 315:of that school as focused through the disciple. This Head will be able to act as a medium ofMeditation, 317:three women, including a Head who is an accepted disciple. Under them will work a set ofMeditation, 328:you that the relationship of a Master to a disciple is a private one and though He may be inMeditation, 334:good food perfectly assimilated are all that a disciple requires. You ask what foods? Milk, honey,Meditation, 335:These lights are played on the body of the disciple and effect a shaking-out process and aMeditation, 340:about by the Master with the acquiescence of the disciple which welds into a permanent shape theMeditation, 340:It renders durable the results achieved by the disciple. Like as a potter moulds and shapes thePatanjali, 18:is found a curious symbol, which conveys to the disciple's mind the thought of "Keep silent andPatanjali, 40:the spirit or Father in Heaven. First the disciple arrives at a realization of the angel of HisPatanjali, 42:reflected in the mind, becomes dominant in the disciple, he has awakened that aspect of himselfPatanjali, 49:germ of all knowledge begins to expand. In the disciple, the adept, Master or Mahatma, in thePatanjali, 53:of an adept and of a Master, An adept is the disciple of a Master, A Master is the disciple of aPatanjali, 53:is the disciple of a Master, A Master is the disciple of a Mahatma, The Mahatmas are the disciplesPatanjali, 53:The head of the teaching department is a disciple of the Lord of the World, The Lord of the WorldPatanjali, 53:Lord of the World, The Lord of the World is the disciple of one of the three planetary spirits whoPatanjali, 57:and vitalization in the centers of the disciple, thus rendering certain developments possible. MorePatanjali, 59:before the aspirant can become an accepted disciple. The process of sounding the Word is dual, asPatanjali, 62:of force direction may be safely undertaken. The disciple has to pass the forces used in his workPatanjali, 67:the condition of physical plane existence. The disciple has to cultivate "dispassion" or thatPatanjali, 70:man come into his heritage. The method of the disciple must not only include self-discipline or thePatanjali, 73:Once the principle is understood, then the disciple can work intelligently and hence the necessityPatanjali, 73:known spirit will then stand revealed. When the disciple realizes [74] what principle his variousPatanjali, 76:and concerns all the brain vibrations of the disciple. The physical body is consequently lookedPatanjali, 112:which can then be noted by the earnest disciple, The eight "means of yoga" or the eight kinds ofPatanjali, 125:created by God, man or deva. One object of a disciple's training is to enable him to ascertain thatPatanjali, 170:expansions of consciousness through which the disciple passes under the guidance of the master.Patanjali, 174:true in the case of an aspirant and of a disciple. His sense of values becomes so acute and hisPatanjali, 177:is eliminated for there is nothing in the disciple which can attract to him evil, death or pain.Patanjali, 178:aspires, but is a fact in the experience of the disciple and one upon which he bases all hisPatanjali, 181:five in number and relate to the relation of the disciple (or chela) to others and to the outsidePatanjali, 182:because they relate to the interior life of the disciple and to that tie, the sutratma or linkPatanjali, 182:means concerns the physical attitude of the disciple when in meditation, his emotional attitudePatanjali, 185:power to wound." 3. Abstention from theft. The disciple is precise and accurate in all his affairsPatanjali, 186:and this should have been left behind by the disciple long ago. But there are also many tendenciesPatanjali, 188:as controlling factors in the daily life of the disciple. The commandments and the rules must firstPatanjali, 190:can hinder, is a man permitted to become the disciple of some Master. Fiery effort, steadyPatanjali, 193:medium, as Christ did through His instrument and disciple, Jesus. Patanjali, 199:men" carry a lesson. The first thing a disciple has to do is to learn the true nature of creationPatanjali, 209:response of the soul to the aspiration of the disciple. The soul then "inspires" the lower man. ThePatanjali, 214:should fall into desuetude altogether where the disciple is concerned, and he should occupy himselfPatanjali, 214:- he should be a mental devotee. The Lemurian disciple learned to control the physical body and toPatanjali, 214:towards emotional control. The Atlantean disciple learned to control the emotional body and toPatanjali, 215:towards mental control. [215] The Aryan disciple has to learn to control the mental body and devotePatanjali, 221:practices and methods which enable the trained disciple to bring his dense physical vehicle intoPatanjali, 225:right control of the life currents, so that the disciple can avail himself of the "times andPatanjali, 292:the light of the spirit upon the path of the disciple, thus illuminating the way, revealing thePatanjali, 296:the great purifier, and the medium whereby the disciple fulfils the command of the Christ, "LetPatanjali, 303:is of profound use to the initiate or pledged disciple. Suffice it here to say that this sutraPatanjali, 305:attract and consequently produce a form. In the disciple or initiate these three centers not onlyPatanjali, 307:and work with them is carried forward. In the disciple, the heart supersedes the solar plexus; inPatanjali, 328:did in Palestine, or occupy the vehicle of a disciple for purposes of service, as Christ occupiedPatanjali, 328:of service, as Christ occupied the body of the disciple Jesus. This knowledge and its use, we arePatanjali, 339:certain plane of the planetary spheres. When the disciple has worked out into his life in correctPatanjali, 357:To such a one it is said: 'Thou art now a disciple, able to stand, able to hear, able to see, ablePatanjali, 360:of the repetition of evil." The yogin or disciple has achieved his objective. He has (throughPatanjali, 362:is not synchronized with that of the evolving disciple and therefore with them there must be noPatanjali, 391:and work, practised by the aspirant and the disciple. It characterizes the stage of the Path priorPatanjali, 403:use, and it was this realization that led the disciple in the Book of Job to cry out and say "IPatanjali, 421:development either as an advanced man or as a disciple. He can discriminate between all three, andPatanjali, 425:serve it more efficiently. The feelings of the disciple are of small moment; his understanding andPatanjali, xi:which the Christ now stands. John, the beloved disciple, has said that "we shall be like him, forProblems, 29:Humanity, as has been said before, is the world disciple; the impulse behind the disintegration of
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