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

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Psychology1, 11:extent of the discipline to be undergone by a disciple is settled and known by his soul before hePsychology1, 17:and the aphorism, enunciated by that great disciple, H.P.B., that "matter is spirit at the lowestPsychology1, 23:the heart of the Solar Logos as was the beloved disciple close to the heart of the Christ ofPsychology1, 40:in Atlantean times we find these words: "Let the disciple know the nature of his Lord of Love.Psychology1, 40:the Path back to the center of peace. Let the disciple live in love, and love in life." In thosePsychology1, 53:with a ray-group, and there appears the disciple, the initiate and the master. When the soul addsPsychology1, 53:those graded Lives, from the more advanced disciple up to the planetary Logos Himself. But forgetPsychology1, 74:the presence on the astral plane of a first ray disciple of the planetary Logos. His work it is toPsychology1, 106:Him free for more important work. The closer a disciple is to a Master, the more deeply he realizesPsychology1, 108:telepathic rapport with some more [108] advanced disciple than himself, and his mind is beingPsychology1, 108:to dictate teaching to any particular disciple in some small field of activity and upon subjects ofPsychology1, 108:which sufficient is already known to enable the disciple to go ahead alone and unaided. Two of thePsychology1, 112:plane. This is a hard message, but no true disciple will misunderstand. From [113] the depths ofPsychology1, 117:(as in all else in the spiritual life) the disciple first trains himself to be responsive to hisPsychology1, 130:those beneath the rank of initiate or accepted disciple of the higher stages. The soul is thatPsychology1, 154:[154] of Transfiguration. From that eminence the disciple can gain the vision which will enable himPsychology1, 196:lie unrevealed behind all forms; the awakened disciple lays the focus of his attention upon thePsychology1, 237:the egoic ray. After the third initiation, the disciple has three rays active in him, for the rayPsychology1, 246:they change from cycle to cycle. For instance, a disciple who is upon the path is stronglyPsychology1, 246:recognition of "astral perfumes" which the disciple can note. Before the first initiation, thePsychology1, 246:act as the great translators, and bring the disciple to the door of realization. When the finalPsychology1, 304:a word on the subject of sex in the life of the disciple. There is much confusion in the minds ofPsychology1, 304:well-meaning but illogical that if a man is a disciple he cannot marry, and that there is no realPsychology1, 304:and to much suffering. The belief that to be a disciple necessitates a celibate life and completePsychology1, 304:There is no better training school for a disciple and an initiate than family life, with itsPsychology1, 306:the present wrong grouping of ideas. The disciple and aspirant upon the Path, and the Initiate uponPsychology1, 306:an imposed celibacy upon the equipment of many a disciple has led to much prostitution and to manyPsychology1, 314:and agony evidenced in the life of every true disciple who - embodying in himself symbolically thePsychology1, 351:wisdom, feeding likewise the Christ life in each disciple. Ray one governs the Path of Initiation,Psychology1, 380:then there comes the recognition by the disciple of ... The control of the physical plane life byPsychology1, 381:are passing, through the stages of aspirant and disciple, thus learning to serve. PsychicPsychology1, 398:the world prodigal son. He is the symbol of the disciple who has not yet learned the lesson of aPsychology1, 403:of the personality to the ego or soul. The disciple who understands this relation and conforms toPsychology2, 9:is a true enunciation of the goal for the disciple. The initiate has the objective of expressingPsychology2, 17:then later a steady warfare is set up with the disciple as the onlooker - and dramaticPsychology2, 17:subsidiary to and colored by the soul ray. The disciple becomes a "man of God", - a person whosePsychology2, 21:has a very different idea about them than has a disciple or a person who has never thought orPsychology2, 34:is lifted and the light again pours in, the disciple sees that all that was grasped and treasured,Psychology2, 44:of that inner silence which broods over the disciple and forces him to attend to his own work andPsychology2, 49:Presence approaches ever closer, and lights the disciple on his way. The sense of separatenessPsychology2, 63:unbelievably great. The nervous reactions of the disciple and highly developed person, [64] whosePsychology2, 70:to be built? What are the steps which the disciple must follow? We are not here considering thePsychology2, 71:of the antahkarana only takes place when the disciple is beginning to be definitely focused uponPsychology2, 71:a reorientation of the mind to reality. As the disciple begins to focus himself on the mental planePsychology2, 71:stream of energy into the three worlds, so the disciple begins [72] consciously to project himselfPsychology2, 73:purpose and duty is distinctive of the trained disciple. Those who know far more of the Plan thanPsychology2, 73:this incentive and realization are lacking, the disciple is still a long way from his goal. ItPsychology2, 80:the major tasks of a Master, and the power of a disciple to destroy that which limits him isPsychology2, 103:and pain - have no longer any hold over the disciple. All this constitutes the theme of esotericPsychology2, 104:which embody the major lessons of every disciple. First, the soul must relinquish the personality.Psychology2, 104:soul - All has to be relinquished. Life, for the disciple, becomes then a series of detachingPsychology2, 105:the plane of the soul. In this lies for many a disciple a hard lesson. They may care little forPsychology2, 106:and the accumulated experience of the disciple, - which is necessarily incomplete experience. ThePsychology2, 108:mind than [108] yours and by a more advanced disciple as embodying an aspect of a greaterPsychology2, 108:is necessarily a proven fact to Them. To the disciple it is not. But to the inner Teachers, thePsychology2, 111:a Master and His group, or a Master and His disciple. Psychology2, 112:of spiritual realities. Just as the individual disciple stabilizes this contact and learns to makePsychology2, 116:Laws of Soul or Group Life For the individual disciple, the significance of this Law of MagneticPsychology2, 116:of his group. The solar angel. The aspiring disciple on the lower mental levels. The personality,Psychology2, 116:the physical body) of the spiritual life of the disciple. Let me put it very simply. Students knowPsychology2, 117:then completed, and the indication is that the disciple is now controlled by the subjective side ofPsychology2, 118:for it is the major releasing factor in the disciple's life. Secondly, this Law of Service isPsychology2, 121:discipleship and, therefore, if one is to be a disciple, one must serve. This theory is correct,Psychology2, 128:force upon the group units with which the disciple may come in contact in the three worlds of soulPsychology2, 136:and this attitude never varies, even when the disciple has become a Master of the Wisdom. He isPsychology2, 137:there is nothing more to be done by the average disciple. The result, when it reaches that point,Psychology2, 144:activity by an idea. With these the first ray disciple can be effective. Others can be reached morePsychology2, 144:wishes to that ideal. With these the sixth ray disciple works with facility, and this he shouldPsychology2, 145:This is the major task today of the seventh ray disciple, and to this end he must bend everyPsychology2, 146:Where the desire to be a leader exists, that disciple is automatically (though only temporarily)Psychology2, 154:it concerns the aspirant to the problem of the disciple. Underlying the entire psychologicalPsychology2, 156:potent and more consciously appreciated as the disciple takes one initiation after another, withPsychology2, 158:Serve and obey! These are the watchwords of the disciple's life. They have been distorted intoPsychology2, 160:is equally difficult of understanding by the disciple as he enters upon the Path. He has to learnPsychology2, 160:is the true path of the antahkarana, which the disciple weaves from out of himself (speakingPsychology2, 161:discrimination, dispassion and discipline in the disciple's life, as well as the power toPsychology2, 162:four virtues, the prime characteristics of a disciple, they are thereby automatically calling intoPsychology2, 162:in the life of the initiate? I think not. The disciple seeks to achieve, without passion, pain orPsychology2, 163:of these pairs of opposites, the task of the disciple is to discover that which is neither of them.Psychology2, 164:insight, however, to enable the average disciple to see the correspondence or the trend of ideasPsychology2, 164:and as they can be understood by the trained disciple or initiate. 1. The five Commandments ThePsychology2, 164:relationships will be found suggestive to the disciple and illuminating to the initiate. Let usPsychology2, 166:Way, they will give one a command which, as a disciple with spiritual insight one will obey,Psychology2, 173:by his victory over the pairs of opposites, the disciple becomes so magnetic and vibrant, that hePsychology2, 174:is beginning to produce its effects that the disciple becomes aware of the Angel with the FlamingPsychology2, 175:for conscious life in the kingdom of God. The disciple in training for these higher realizations isPsychology2, 175:immediate effect of the practice is to teach the disciple to distinguish between the pairs ofPsychology2, 175:between the pairs of opposites. Yet just as the disciple in his early training discovers that thePsychology2, 177:to have a conscious effect in the life of the disciple who has been pledged and accepted. When hePsychology2, 177:preparation for initiation is instituted by the disciple. The previous sentence is so wordedPsychology2, 177:their esoteric and unseen significances. The disciple will then learn effectively to decentralizePsychology2, 178:a contact and to establish a relation with the disciple. It would be well for us to ponder on this.Psychology2, 178:which indicate to the onlooking Hierarchy that a disciple, or a group of disciples, are now readyPsychology2, 182:involves the dual activity of the life of the disciple, wherein he functions consciously both as aPsychology2, 199:by the most advanced of the world aspirants. The disciple and the initiate can dimly begin toPsychology2, 216:for it is hard, even for the advanced disciple, to see the purpose of certain of these factors.Psychology2, 237:psychical habits) will test the powers of any disciple. To this we are called, for the sake of thePsychology2, 244:basic synthesis in which we live and move, the disciple must learn to analyze, discriminate andPsychology2, 269:various and sequential initiations to which the disciple is eventually subjected, as he transitsPsychology2, 271:c. The Approach of Enlightenment carries the disciple through the gate of initiation, and is the
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