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

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Rays, 524:Christ, at that time over-shadowing His great Disciple, also passed simultaneously through a greatRays, 528:I dealt with the process as it applied to the disciple invoking his soul; later I carried theRays, 528:the concept farther, and we considered the disciple invoking his Father in Heaven, the Monad. Now,Rays, 529:to deal very briefly with the mode whereby the disciple or the initiate can, with increasing power,Rays, 529:the planetary Logos, Sanat Kumara. Just as the disciple can, [530] when soul conscious, tune in onRays, 530:of the Master's consciousness with that of His disciple, I would like to refer to the significanceRays, 530:point in the initiatory process in which the disciple's consciousness becomes dramatically aware ofRays, 531:due to the thought-form-making capacity of the disciple and (which is of major importance)Rays, 532:aspect culminates experience and presents the disciple's comprehension of the initiatory process;Rays, 532:a mysterious manner the rate of expansion as the disciple has undergone the process; the lifeRays, 532:be added that the factual ceremonial admits the disciple into full fellowship with the Hierarchy;Rays, 532:the symbolic representation indicates to the disciple the Way into Shamballa, and that illuminedRays, 534:what the initiatory process signifies to the disciple as he seeks to lead the dual life which itRays, 534:of three energies: The energy generated by the disciple as he seeks to serve humanity. The energyRays, 534:serve humanity. The energy made available to the disciple as he succeeds in building theRays, 535:process; these [535] energies are evoked by the disciple himself, and their increasing strength andRays, 535:and revelatory capacity depend largely upon the disciple's determination, purpose and will, hisRays, 535:his understanding of the word "process" that the disciple discovers the true meaning of the occultRays, 535:must become that Path himself." Increasingly the disciple finds what it is to become a creativeRays, 535:Lives Who are little more than names to the disciple. This initiation process governs the dual lifeRays, 535:initiation process governs the dual life of the disciple in three ways: It is expressed in theRays, 536:As this revelation takes hold of the disciple's consciousness and conditions his expressive form ofRays, 536:however, which enables a man to become a disciple with the aim in view of eventually entering [537]Rays, 537:a long way from being accepted by a Master as a disciple. The truth might be expressed this way:Rays, 537:The truth might be expressed this way: When the disciple's eyes are removed from himself and hisRays, 537:in directing the service activities of the disciple. These activities become the major motivatingRays, 537:become the major motivating potency in the disciple's life and are a consequence of a growing soulRays, 538:become the actuating energy which enables the disciple to "stand in the light and in that light seeRays, 538:revelation or new vision which ever draws the disciple onward into greater light; it is notRays, 539:in a higher light. Each initiation enables the disciple to perceive an area of divine consciousnessRays, 539:hitherto unknown but which, when the disciple has familiarized himself with it and with its uniqueRays, 540:This creates the cross of service upon which the disciple is pendant until the Cross of SanatRays, 540:of all the power, aims and desires of the disciple dynamically upon the mental plane; the point ofRays, 540:is invoked. For the average aspirant and for the disciple, this is either the soul or the SpiritualRays, 541:all initiatory processes, it is the will of the disciple which is active and which produces, firstRays, 541:In the work of creating the antahkarana, the disciple first of all and as far as in him lies,Rays, 541:The response from the opposite pole is (if the disciple could but realize it) immediate and to theRays, 541:and to the extent possible, determined by the disciple's point of attainment. ThisRays, 541:positive pole. From that point of tension the disciple works at the creation of the antahkarana;Rays, 542:These [542] points of fusion and of tension the disciple consciously endeavors to bring about.Rays, 542:the work here indicated is followed by all disciple-initiates of all degrees, and even by the LordRays, 542:essential, fusions which must be achieved by the disciple, producing consequently in his life aRays, 542:of the Master's Consciousness with that of the Disciple Earlier I stated that the disciple'sRays, 542:that of the Disciple Earlier I stated that the disciple's private life automatically falls (once heRays, 543:consequences. Later comes the stage when the disciple's consciousness can be gradually brought intoRays, 543:of this rather vague statement, that the disciple is absorbed into the Hierarchy and - at the sameRays, 543:certain united hierarchical impressions. The disciple by now has made his approach to the AshramRays, 543:focused for him through the mediation of some disciple senior to him; and finally, he becomesRays, 544:of all the seven rays; these pour into the disciple and through him as part of the greatRays, 544:to the human kingdom) with that of the disciple. There is no fusion possible or comprehensibleRays, 544:or Shamballic consciousness and that of any disciple who has not taken the fourth initiation. TheRays, 544:refer is not possible in the early stages of the disciple's unfoldment; there again, the teachingRays, 544:in connection with a Master's relation to His disciple has been erroneous and the result of wishfulRays, 544:and the result of wishful thinking. The disciple is only permitted to have contact with theRays, 544:meditation work are not so privileged. It is the disciple who has established a usable contact withRays, 545:and is caused by the higher quality of the disciple's vibration or radiance to that of the personRays, 545:of spiritual service and activity, but until a disciple has advanced in knowledge and can controlRays, 545:appropriate to the need) the "passing-by" of a disciple can produce much difficulty, both for theRays, 545:will have a potent effect where an individual disciple is concerned. I have employed thatRays, 545:I have employed that separative term "individual disciple" because it indicates the cause of theRays, 545:or self-centered instincts exist in the disciple; it takes a long time for a disciple to attainRays, 545:in the disciple; it takes a long time for a disciple to attain that disinterestedness and thatRays, 545:the Mysteries of Initiation Occasionally in the disciple's hours of meditation, at a moment ofRays, 545:may occur a momentary fusion of the minds of the disciple and the Master. This can only [546] occurRays, 546:call from the Center of the Ashram. As the disciple proves his value and demonstrates that he isRays, 546:two minds - of the Master of the Ashram and the disciple - finds no impediment; there isRays, 546:entirely on the side of the Master, and the disciple is simply an agent who can be impressed byRays, 546:flowing back to the Master. Later on, as a disciple moves forward into light and is simultaneouslyRays, 546:Then comes the final stage wherein the disciple can be trusted to be the initiatory agent ofRays, 547:all - and the lower or concretizing mind of the disciple. The Masters are therefore dependent uponRays, 547:upon the use of the antahkarana which the disciple is in process of building; this is rapidlyRays, 547:and without any effort on either side - of the disciple's mind. It is now so attuned to the AshramRays, 547:of all impressions coming from the Master to the disciple, and from the disciple to the Master, isRays, 547:from the Master to the disciple, and from the disciple to the Master, is the service of the Plan,Rays, 547:inner techniques which are unconnected with the disciple's life and his service in the threeRays, 547:his service in the three worlds. The work of the disciple in preparation for initiation is notRays, 548:subject of the telepathic interplay between the disciple and the Ashram, and between the Master andRays, 548:and the Ashram, and between the Master and the disciple, is one of unique interest. It is part ofRays, 548:or origin of the extraverted life which the disciple must also lead, producing an intense activityRays, 549:of Initiation Impression on the Mind of the Disciple of Hierarchical Intent This is something farRays, 549:inclusive than the ability of the mind of the disciple to register the content of the minds withinRays, 557:of consciousness wherein the fully prepared disciple utilizes the available energies (at the timeRays, 561:Aryan initiate, is the objective held before the disciple upon the Path of Discipleship and in theRays, 562:a basic refocusing in the life of the accepted disciple and of the initiate; these changes,Rays, 562:upon the initiatory processes which face the disciple. Every initiate enters upon the period ofRays, 563:we are considering. In the case of the accepted disciple who is in preparation for initiation, theRays, 566:for expression today in that great world disciple, Humanity. These concepts are worthy of yourRays, 566:closely related; we are not dealing with the disciple's character and actions. We are consideringRays, 568:upon humanity, regarding humanity as a world disciple. The stimulating nature of the energy as itRays, 573:which will transform humanity (the world disciple) into humanity (the world initiate). To establishRays, 575:are sometimes of small value, owing to the disciple being usually self-centered and thus lacking -Rays, 575:increasingly effective from life to life; the disciple's relation to the Hierarchy, theRays, 576:the Christ) can be seen expressing itself in the disciple during the period wherein the newRays, 576:wherein the new orientation is taking place; the disciple is learning to discipline his lowerRays, 577:(as it is occultly called), to which the disciple is at any time subjected. The phrase stating thatRays, 582:been purified by intense self-effort, then the disciple can step into the baptismal waters; he isRays, 582:their intended creative aspects. Later, as the disciple prepares for the second initiation, theseRays, 582:to the Hierarchy of Masters fades out, and the disciple can now work without being hindered byRays, 582:energy upon the integrated personality of the disciple can only be described as producing aRays, 585:the effects of these rays where the individual disciple is concerned, because the later initiations
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