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

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Psychology2, 272:and individually The probationer - The Disciple - The Initiate which lead eventually to The NewPsychology2, 275:the battlefield of the astral plane. There the disciple acquiesces consciously in the inevitablePsychology2, 276:This is the stage of submission to which every disciple subjects himself. It is throughPsychology2, 276:whilst acquiescing in the facts of the case, the disciple stands up and fights as best he may forPsychology2, 287:the Plan. 7. After the third initiation, the disciple begins to work with, and to understand thePsychology2, 291:never occurs except in the case of the awakening disciple. The reason for this will be seen if itPsychology2, 296:ray, when consciously utilized, relates the disciple to the second aspect of divinity and gives himPsychology2, 298:we will have a sensitive, intuitive, inclusive disciple whose wisdom has flowered forth, and whosePsychology2, 298:fact that the moment a man becomes an accepted disciple, some such chart is prepared and placed inPsychology2, 299:forces changed, and the man becomes an accepted disciple. These four charts, depicted or drawn inPsychology2, 299:in color according to ray, form the dossier of a disciple, for the Master only deals with generalPsychology2, 299:significance. One of the exercises given to the disciple upon the inner planes is [300] connectedPsychology2, 300:another pattern or chart to the dossier of the disciple, and the latter can then study: The chartPsychology2, 300:his condition at the time he became an accepted disciple. The hypothetical chart which he himselfPsychology2, 300:drew up earlier in his training as an accepted disciple. The chart of his general psychologicalPsychology2, 303:all of the above is very real and, living as the disciple does in the world of glamor and illusion,Psychology2, 303:himself with care. One of the first things a disciple has to learn is that he is, indeed, thePsychology2, 332:of the pairs of opposites takes place. The disciple makes his appearance as Arjuna. Only after thePsychology2, 333:first into the spiritual ambition of the pledged disciple and finally into the expression of thePsychology2, 345:dilemmas of the highly developed aspirant and disciple. In this stage, the so-called "diseases ofPsychology2, 345:even to the highly integrated and intelligent disciple, especially as such teaching is givenPsychology2, 354:his first ray soul can demonstrate, because the disciple has "recovered feeling, gained divinePsychology2, 358:is contacted. This can take place when the disciple has effected the needed integrations of thePsychology2, 364:this fourth ray alignment is produced and the disciple becomes aware of it, a crisis is evoked. ThePsychology2, 364:aware of it, a crisis is evoked. The phrase "the disciple becomes aware of it," is significant, forPsychology2, 364:that states of consciousness can exist and the disciple remain unaware of them. However, until theyPsychology2, 365:of the brain and are recognized by the [365] disciple in waking, physical consciousness, theyPsychology2, 365:difficult moment or moments in the life of the disciple. Psychology2, 365:futility. The forces arraigned against the disciple seem so great and his equipment so inadequatePsychology2, 366:this state of mind is achieved, and the disciple and inner Master, the soldier and the Warrior arePsychology2, 366:the race in three stages: Individually, when the disciple "relinquishes the fight in order toPsychology2, 368:These are Words of Power, when used by a disciple, and must be employed in the light of the soul orPsychology2, 370:This is not a pleasant experience to the disciple; it leads to much aridness in the life-experiencePsychology2, 370:handling, and frequently time elapses before the disciple emerges on the other side of thePsychology2, 371:a crisis of choice, and to the major task of the disciple's life. This is the detaching of himselfPsychology2, 371:form and life are indeed one unity and the disciple uses the form at will as the instrument of thePsychology2, 372:will be apparent, therefore, that the sixth ray disciple has first of all to achieve the arduousPsychology2, 372:picture of himself as the devoted follower and disciple, following his Master unto death, if needPsychology2, 372:that he lacks the wide love of the second ray disciple which is a reflection of the love of God. HePsychology2, 373:quietly at the center, just as the third ray disciple has to learn to do. There he learns breadthPsychology2, 374:turn of the spiral than is possible to the disciple) the acme and the height of this crisis, thoughPsychology2, 374:alert, the light will break in and reveal to the disciple that which he needs to know. He learns toPsychology2, 374:his group can now take place. The problem of the disciple upon this ray is greatly increased by thePsychology2, 376:the building of new forms), each seventh ray disciple will see himself as a relating agent, as thePsychology2, 376:that this alignment is achieved, then let the disciple remember that it will mean a tremendousPsychology2, 377:nature. When all these three are stimulated, the disciple is often for a time swung off the centerPsychology2, 377:to be the motivating power of the seventh ray disciple. He works on earth, upon the outer plane ofPsychology2, 378:is open and a place [378] of danger when the disciple knows not order within his own life, and whenPsychology2, 378:The writing goes on to say that "if the disciple enters through the open pentagram, he dies. If hePsychology2, 382:seek to use the Technique of Fusion is [382] the disciple who is conscious of personality power,Psychology2, 382:for the intense difficulty of the life of every disciple at this stage. Several processes arePsychology2, 384:infers also that the spiritual plane life of the disciple, as it expresses itself in hisPsychology2, 387:will interest students to note how the first ray disciple, when employing this first ray techniquePsychology2, 387:is the predominant note. The second ray disciple, through rightly applied technique, producesPsychology2, 387:is the outstanding characteristic. The third ray disciple through the development of the "power toPsychology2, 387:technique of Fusion, employed by the second ray disciple, will produce the following results:Psychology2, 387:world soul and to the environment in which the disciple finds himself will increasingly bePsychology2, 388:Coordination of the Personality The third ray disciple, employing the Technique of Fusion, findsPsychology2, 389:express quality and meaning. As a result of the disciple's use of this technique, there is broughtPsychology2, 389:life into the physical plane experience. The disciple becomes "inspired" by the fire of love, andPsychology2, 391:human and superhuman. This brings the disciple to the period wherein the third initiation can bePsychology2, 391:Ray - Presented Attributes. The first thing the disciple who seeks to use these techniquesPsychology2, 391:and the limited evolution of the average disciple, but in any case in order to bring suggestion toPsychology2, 392:"isolations in unity" may begin with the disciple's group, environment or nation and, through rightPsychology2, 392:cooperation will be sentiently developed and the disciple will become a creative cooperator and notPsychology2, 393:by the soul, and not by the aspiring struggling disciple. Here lies the clue to meaning. We arePsychology2, 393:hints at it in the last book of the Sutras) the disciple becomes invincible upon the physicalPsychology2, 393:for the initiatory meditation of the second ray disciple, produces that inherent divine capacityPsychology2, 394:in relationship. It involves on the part of the disciple a very high point of syntheticPsychology2, 394:advanced meditation, there is the calling of the disciple's attention to those related arrangementsPsychology2, 394:the organized whole which we call a man, so the disciple, in the early stages of his career uponPsychology2, 394:views the human body and its energies, so the disciple upon the later [395] stages of the Path alsoPsychology2, 396:to some of you when I point out to you that the disciple usually sees himself as a point ofPsychology2, 396:service to "those in dark places". The disciple will seek to bring the light of knowledge to themPsychology2, 397:themselves to the consciousness of the advanced disciple, which are as yet not capable ofPsychology2, 399:livingness in the daily life-expression of the disciple, and consequently in the lives of all whomPsychology2, 435:of duality which so oft afflict and hinder the disciple. It is the seat also of the creative,Psychology2, 473:he knows himself to be an aspirant and even a disciple, that which the [474] lights reveals uponPsychology2, 485:touch with other souls. When he is consciously a disciple, he is then in touch with, and canPsychology2, 491:It should be remembered that no true initiate or disciple ever seeks to control any person nor willPsychology2, 491:for a group or a hint given by a Master to a disciple. 9. Guidance also comes from a man's ownPsychology2, 506:will develop and unfold, and thus trains the disciple and the initiate. I cannot do more than thusPsychology2, 510:the teaching given by a Master to His accepted disciple. With these I shall not deal. When a manPsychology2, 510:development and educational advantages of the disciple so will be his response and his correct usePsychology2, 510:cases (the mentally unbalanced and the trained disciple) that a similar condition exists; there isPsychology2, 513:and particularly as they affect the aspirant, disciple and mystic. During the past three decades,Psychology2, 522:consciously and with the full awareness of the disciple. That center is the head center, called inPsychology2, 522:with the solar plexus. The problem of the disciple, the advanced aspirant and the initiate of thePsychology2, 542:what danger there is for the mystic and the disciple, and how serious can be the results of anyPsychology2, 558:the advanced human being, the aspirant and the disciple becomes steadily aware of another realm ofPsychology2, 573:The freedom from emotional appeal. The true disciple and mystic is ever mentally polarized. HisPsychology2, 578:such a convincing story that the struggling disciple will be left to fight almost single-handed. IfPsychology2, 578:distress of the physical body, to control the disciple's output. This does not always provePsychology2, 578:as the Master can, and often does, protect His disciple. The dark forces work also through thePsychology2, 591:arise in the case of the advanced mystic, the disciple or the occult student, the mode of approachPsychology2, 593:the initiate and the Master, as well as of the disciple, only in a lesser degree. It will producePsychology2, 593:view of the adept as He looks at the aspirant or disciple, it causes: The rhythm of manifestation.Psychology2, 594:In the case of the aspirant, mystic and disciple, it is the highest head center. As evolutionPsychology2, 594:disappear and thus the "nadis" of the advanced disciple take a new form indicating that he is nowPsychology2, 594:this appearance of duality in the "nadis", the disciple finds himself able to use the two channels
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