|Discipleship1, 440:of incomplete service. This is most definitely a glamor. The power of an unimpeded channel in theDiscipleship1, 440:of Acceptance is a divine law and releases from glamor, freeing the soul for the reality ofDiscipleship1, 449:How shall I make clear to you the nature of the glamor which at this time can hinder your closeDiscipleship1, 449:as a fact in your consciousness; only where glamor is recognized and seen for what it is, is itDiscipleship1, 449:is it possible to dissipate it. It is not the glamor of criticism or of undue analysis that is yourDiscipleship1, 449:of them exactly. Perhaps I might call it the "glamor of the Judge" - trained, wise, experienced butDiscipleship1, 449:and to come to conclusions and this is a glamor, requiring most careful handling or a barrier willDiscipleship1, 450:compared to the present level of awareness where glamor rules, where desire and aspiration areDiscipleship1, 457:submitted themselves? First there was the glamor which descended temporarily upon the group, andDiscipleship1, 461:and where there is joy there is little room for glamor and misunderstanding. Discipleship1, 463:ourselves. You, as a worker in the field of glamor (which is the new field in which humanity hasDiscipleship1, 463:not back at the past. In that direction lies glamor and distress. It is the usual direction and theDiscipleship1, 469:part of the technique of dissipating group glamor. Then sound the O. M., raising your consciousnessDiscipleship1, 469:bewilderment - a bewilderment which is not a glamor but which could easily become one if your soulDiscipleship1, 469:tiny seed. Bewilderment is a state of incipient glamor. The way out for you is not to concernDiscipleship1, 480:you and L. T. S-K. can free yourselves from glamor - you from the glamor of the personal self andDiscipleship1, 480:can free yourselves from glamor - you from the glamor of the personal self and he from the glamorDiscipleship1, 480:the glamor of the personal self and he from the glamor of his own thought-forms. The words andDiscipleship1, 482:This is in reality a form of static personality glamor. The personal crisis and problems loom tooDiscipleship1, 485:it; in this way you enter into a world of glamor from which it is oft difficult to emerge. YourDiscipleship1, 488:deal definitely with the problem of world  glamor. Will you provide a tiny germ of active lifeDiscipleship1, 488:the pairs of opposites which produces world glamor. It is the resolution of these opposites throughDiscipleship1, 488:along these lines, aid in the dispelling of glamor. To this task, your soul and I now call you.Discipleship1, 490:at this time and that is the avoidance of the glamor of preoccupation. I know not what else to callDiscipleship1, 490:initiations can be taken. I seek to see this glamor lessened in you. The dual life of the discipleDiscipleship1, 490:service of humanity. It seems a curious form of glamor, does it not, but if you will study yourselfDiscipleship1, 491:preoccupation with the Plan. Forget not, that a glamor is merely a distortion of the truth and aDiscipleship1, 492:my last instruction to you, I referred to the "glamor of preoccupation" which engulfed you,Discipleship1, 492:you, surrounded you and conditioned you. That glamor still persists, perhaps even more strongly. ItDiscipleship1, 492:with which you greet the world? Just the glamor of  preoccupation - an intense preoccupationDiscipleship1, 493:in you and in your capacity to throw off the glamor of preoccupation. I have confidence that noDiscipleship1, 503:(as I could easily prove to you) is that the glamor of pride holds you in its grip, working outDiscipleship1, 504:you will have the first indication that the glamor of pride is disappearing. I have confidence andDiscipleship1, 509:in your astral condition. By overcoming the glamor in which you walk, you would find yourself soDiscipleship1, 509:based on the fact that you are a disciple. The glamor and the illusion which a disciple can evokeDiscipleship1, 509:average person. Your mind, as a result of the glamor, may be ever restless and shifting, but theDiscipleship1, 509:may be ever restless and shifting, but the glamor is the result of potent emotional thinking and ofDiscipleship1, 510:meaning, you will literally slip out of the glamor as you mount your tower and pass into the clearDiscipleship1, 510:with you in this instruction is the subject of glamor. Glamor is the powerful enemy of all whoDiscipleship1, 510:in this instruction is the subject of glamor. Glamor is the powerful enemy of all who tread theDiscipleship1, 510:of Discipleship. The whole world is subject to glamor, as well you know, but when a man becomes aDiscipleship1, 511:who live on mental levels are freer from glamor than are those whose polarization is more purelyDiscipleship1, 511:in daily life which lead to a state of glamor. Then you can make your own application and see whereDiscipleship1, 511:are to be found in daily life. When found, then glamor is an inevitable result. When recognized,Discipleship1, 511:recognized, however, they can be handled and the glamor will then disappear. Glamor is, of course,Discipleship1, 511:be handled and the glamor will then disappear. Glamor is, of course, such a subtle thing that itDiscipleship1, 511:in his own thoughts. It permits two kinds of glamor to enter: First of all, the glamor of specialDiscipleship1, 511:two kinds of glamor to enter: First of all, the glamor of special training wherein the discipleDiscipleship1, 511:give way to self-deprecation. The second is the glamor produced by such a deep self-interest thatDiscipleship1, 511:out; he sees things in wrong proportion and the glamor of his isolation  in his trouble, andDiscipleship1, 512:spirit of criticism. This induces more states of glamor than any other one factor; and here, whoDiscipleship1, 512:part of a disciple's daily life expression, then glamor will end. My brother, this one factor letsDiscipleship1, 512:end. My brother, this one factor lets in more glamor into a disciple's life and into your life thanDiscipleship1, 512:is never seen except through the veil of this glamor. Consequently again, the weaknesses which areDiscipleship1, 512:for so many - lies the usual point of entry for glamor and until this opening is sealed, you willDiscipleship1, 512:is sealed, you will not be free from personal glamor. 3. Suspicion. The most poisonous of allDiscipleship1, 512:The most poisonous of all weaknesses is this glamor; it is usually the most false and - even whenDiscipleship1, 513:and practiced, will do more to release you from glamor than any other one thing. The fact, brotherDiscipleship1, 513:There I may meet you when the clouds of glamor roll away. Ponder on the symbolism  hidden inDiscipleship1, 514:to be suspicious will dispel your particular glamor, which amounts almost to hallucination. So youDiscipleship1, 515:my brother, and fear not. Fear itself creates a glamor and the glamor hides the light. Love freelyDiscipleship1, 515:fear not. Fear itself creates a glamor and the glamor hides the light. Love freely those you love. Discipleship1, 518:will not mind. You have done much to dissipate glamor in your life this past two years, more thanDiscipleship1, 518:You are not so deeply immersed in the fogs of glamor though you are still held back by fear - notDiscipleship1, 519:relationships - always carry with them glamor and that which is not of the kingdom of the spirit.Discipleship1, 522:mazes of worry and into the foggy lowlands of glamor. See to it that during the next nine monthsDiscipleship1, 524:something definite is, consequently, heavy. The glamor of ties and relationships has held you forDiscipleship1, 524:to you and to them. This, you know well when the glamor of the responsibilities of motherhood isDiscipleship1, 525:find that we may have talked the matter out, the glamor may have dissipated, the thought-forms beDiscipleship1, 526:January 1940 MY BROTHER: You have no particular glamor, for you live in a perfect sea of glamor.Discipleship1, 526:glamor, for you live in a perfect sea of glamor. Hence the difficulty of your problem, for had youDiscipleship1, 526:problem, for had you (for instance) one major glamor, as has D. E. I, it would be (for one of yourDiscipleship1, 526:Your inferiority complex keeps you in a state of glamor and is purely a personality reaction. As aDiscipleship1, 526:dominate dynamically your environment. But the glamor of inferiority (which is the result ofDiscipleship1, 526:on the physical plane, plus the second glamor of physical disability. Upon that, I will not enlargeDiscipleship1, 526:disciples) but I would ask you to cease from the glamor of inferiority and  preoccupation withDiscipleship1, 598:Your problem is the problem of understanding the glamor and illusion in which you perforce have toDiscipleship1, 598:have to live, and so to work through the glamor that you can see life truly.  Be not in anyDiscipleship1, 600:they are at the root of all your trouble, and glamor not yourself with the belief that you areDiscipleship1, 600:yourself from personality impulses and from the glamor in which you habitually walk. Note, my Discipleship1, 601:members. Shall I sacrifice the group to the glamor of one person? For, in the last analysis, othersDiscipleship1, 602:received a bad blow during the episode of glamor in the early spring. But the forms still persist.Discipleship1, 605:AND MY FRIEND: You are still walking in a fog. Glamor still surrounds you. You are stillDiscipleship1, 605:you. But during the past six months some of the glamor with which you were surrounded hasDiscipleship1, 606:One them will be the intensification of the glamor, so bear this mind for seven weeks afterDiscipleship1, 607:Have you done this? To disperse the clouds of glamor around you by the dynamic light of your ownDiscipleship1, 607:more firmly upon the Path, and much of the old glamor has been dissipated. I would  have youDiscipleship1, 608:my words thus form the germ of a new field of glamor. I speak this warning, for you have such anDiscipleship1, 608:expert in the recognizing and the dissipation of glamor. Therefore, proceed with due care. I wouldDiscipleship1, 608:of your soul to release your personality from glamor. May I point out to you that very often, afterDiscipleship1, 608:you that very often, after a certain measure of glamor has been overcome (as is the case with you)Discipleship1, 609:two such illusions:  The illusion that glamor no longer can hold sway over you. ConstantDiscipleship1, 611:say this with a smile, brother, but the dramatic glamor of the sixth ray person, working in theDiscipleship1, 611:and letters. Such is your present condition of glamor that the essential strikes you not. You seeDiscipleship1, 611:you not. You see it not. Such is your present glamor, that it is with the greatest difficulty thatDiscipleship1, 612:where you are not wanted. So great has been your glamor that you have even desired to thrust intoDiscipleship1, 613:when your own soul seems powerless to pierce the glamor into which you cyclically wander? What areDiscipleship1, 613:out, whilst they last, all true perception? The glamor of planning. You are sensitive to the Plan,Discipleship1, 613:if they were founded on astral dreams. The glamor of your own spiritual ambition. You desire to beDiscipleship1, 613:to the next duty whatever that may be. The glamor of spiritual dominance or control over others.