|Autobiography, 228:VI Another link with H.P.B. came when a small group of Sinnett's people affiliated with the ArcaneAutobiography, 229:write this autobiography has been that I and the group associated  with us have been in theAutobiography, 230:the Masters of the Wisdom are working, and any group that forgets this is apt to become smugAutobiography, 230:in the fall in a pamphlet entitled, The New Group of World Servers. This was epoch making in itsAutobiography, 230:the spiritual Hierarchy on our planet was that a group was in process of formation that had in itAutobiography, 231:emanating from the inner side of life. This new group of world servers includes two definiteAutobiography, 231:two definite divisions. The first part of the group has a close relationship to the spiritualAutobiography, 231:it is definitely international in scope. This group acts as a definite intermediary between theAutobiography, 234:announced the emergence on earth of the New Group of World Servers, led and guided by disciples andAutobiography, 234:and religious unity. The second part of the group in the organization of the New Group of WorldAutobiography, 234:part of the group in the organization of the New Group of World Servers is composed of the men andAutobiography, 235:that love apparent in humanity. Thus the New Group of World Servers was launched into theAutobiography, 240:work together in groups with the possibility of group initiations held before them, an entirely newAutobiography, 240:contains instructions that the Tibetan gave to a group of His disciples in the world, some of whomAutobiography, 240:detailed instructions given by a Master to His group of disciples have ever been published and soAutobiography, 250:of Alice A. Bailey - Appendix - The New Group of World Servers The New Group of World ServersAutobiography, 250:- The New Group of World Servers The New Group of World Servers Another phase of my work came intoAutobiography, 250:attention to the world situation and to the New Group of World Servers. I thus endeavored to anchorAutobiography, 251:themselves to help their fellowmen. This great group constitutes the world Savior at this time andAutobiography, 251:Years, issued in 1932 under the title, The New Group of World Servers,) indicated their plans andAutobiography, 251:as to modes and methods of cooperation with this group of World Servers, already in existence andAutobiography, 251:and active in many fields. Those whom the New Group of World Servers influence and with whom theyAutobiography, 251:of the will-to-good which animates the New Group of World Servers. I would emphasize that this workAutobiography, 251:emphasize that this work of anchoring the New Group of World Servers and organizing the goodwillAutobiography, 253:work: the Books, the Arcane School and the New Group of World Servers. The impact made upon theAutobiography, 253:and by indicating what is the work that the New Group of World Servers are seeking to do but noAutobiography, 253:I have since the year 1931 been training a group of men and women, scattered all over the world, inAutobiography, 253:I indicated to A.A.B. (in 1931 and later) a group of approximately 45 people - some known to herAutobiography, 254:and who could be tried out for fitness for the group work of the new discipleship. These peopleAutobiography, 254:am a Master and a name is given to me. To my own group of specially picked aspirants I haveAutobiography, 256:- on humanity and on world service, and not on a group of teachers who, even if they haveAutobiography, 257:because silently working; that the New Group of World Servers exists and that the men and women ofAutobiography, 263:interested  in the teacher of the group, and the personal friends of the teacher areAutobiography, 263:or expects obedience. The average esoteric group is today a closed organization, exclusive in itsAutobiography, 264:stand (as he frequently does today) between the group and the light or between the aspirant and theAutobiography, 266:worlds and prepare him to work in a Master's group as a pledged disciple. Most of the schools,Autobiography, 267:prospect of contact with a Master and a Master's group, and this before he was even a coordinatedAutobiography, 267:- devotion to the teacher at the center of the group, devotion to the truths enunciated by theAutobiography, 267:into the physical outer world of the inner group or Ashram of a Master. Just as the individualAutobiography, 267:is the outpost of some subjective spiritual group or Ashram, conditioned and impressed by theAutobiography, 267:Master, as the disciple is by his soul. Such a group is, therefore, in direct relationship to theAutobiography, 268:into the world. That of his Master's Ashram or group. He is taught to cooperate with theAutobiography, 268:He thus carries out the purposes of the inner group with which he is affiliated. Under theAutobiography, 268:4. An esoteric school trains the disciple in group work. He learns to relinquish personality plansAutobiography, 268:relinquish personality plans in the interest of group purpose - ever directed to the service ofAutobiography, 268:humanity and the Hierarchy. He becomes merged in group activities and - losing none of hisAutobiography, 269:the measure of truth which he can present to his group. The obedience developed in his group ofAutobiography, 269:to his group. The obedience developed in his group of students is that of recognizing jointAutobiography, 269:joint responsibility, united loyalty to group intention and purpose, as indicated by the groupAutobiography, 269:group intention and purpose, as indicated by the group leader (suggested by him and not presentedAutobiography, 269:statements, emanating from the teacher of the group, or any demand upon his part for recognition,Autobiography, 269:with the work of the Hierarchy. 6. An esoteric group is one in which the rounded-out development ofAutobiography, 269:the disciple and not that of the teacher and the group. Mental development is emphasized in orderAutobiography, 270:a Master and how to work in  a Master's group. He learns the techniques whereby he canAutobiography, 270:impressions from the Master and be responsive to group intent and thus increasingly sensitive toAutobiography, 271:becomes the center of a vital, radiating group which grows and achieves its end because of the lifeAutobiography, 271:to the truths taught, and the influence of the group steadily increases until the disciple findsAutobiography, 271:the disciple finds himself responsible for a group of aspirants. According to the measure of hisAutobiography, 271:will be the strength and usefulness of the group with which he works. Little by little he willAutobiography, 271:of his service. He assumes no authority over the group or over his helpers, except the authority ofAutobiography, 271:occult principles to which the entire group is trained to adhere, but they will do so easily andAutobiography, 272:and His Ashram will the power of the inner group pour through the school; it will show itself asAutobiography, 273:are learning, through their attempt to aid their group, how to teach and serve. These schools areAutobiography, 273:few in number, compared to those in the first group, and are much smaller numerically, because theAutobiography, 273:a much smaller public than the first, noisy group but he gives a sounder training and groundsAutobiography, 274:are, however, dying out; those in the second group will be active for a long time, givingAutobiography, 277:the disciple has a clear picture of the inner group which is his goal. 4. The Science ofAutobiography, 280:Arcane School and become an active part of this group, there are certain fundamental ideas orAutobiography, 282:right relation to a Master and His ashram, or group. Because the Arcane School is designed solelyAutobiography, 286:to attend; we leave them free to work in any group, church, organization or social and welfareAutobiography, 289:problem lies in the emergence of a spiritual group (gathered out of all races and nations) which isAutobiography, 289:and to demonstrate right human relations. Such a group will recognize similarity  of idealism,Autobiography, 297:come and gone and we are today a well-organized group of servers carrying forward certain spiritualAutobiography, 297:we are facing a new cycle in the life of the group, justifies our attempting an appraisal of ourAutobiography, 297:and purposes. We are an Aquarian esoteric group, which is to say that we are a group of disciplesAutobiography, 297:esoteric group, which is to say that we are a group of disciples and aspirants to discipleship, whoAutobiography, 297:accounts for our very existence as a spiritual group in the world, but is the essential factor inAutobiography, 298:go back to a time prior to the existence of our group in outward manifestation on the physicalAutobiography, 298:of as a center of living spiritual energy in the group life of the Hierarchy.) As the years haveAutobiography, 298:that constitute our esoteric background as a group. We know that He whom we are accustomed to referAutobiography, 299:and found the necessary collaborator among that group of disciples who were in the same ashram withAutobiography, 300:to the vision. Indeed her success in creating group consciousness and group action produced in theAutobiography, 300:her success in creating group consciousness and group action produced in the end a sense of jointAutobiography, 300:recognized interdependence which has made the group achievement ours as well as hers. This achievedAutobiography, 300:achievement ours as well as hers. This achieved group consciousness is our greatest guarantee ofAutobiography, 301:quality. This required a new emphasis on group responsibility and world service as the essential ofAutobiography, 301:do not justify criticism of any other esoteric group or work. They nevertheless existed and wereAutobiography, 301:well known to us all and in the case of our own group life, originated in the wisdom of A.A.B. inAutobiography, 303:the effective work of many members of the New Group of World Servers was greatly delayed. TheAutobiography, 303:have possibly reasonably expected. Today our group is filled with light and love and power. TodayAutobiography, 303:filled with light and love and power. Today this group, the Arcane School, of which we are a part,Autobiography, 303:a great station of light in the body of the New Group of World Servers. We are a magnetic focalAutobiography, 304:and unconsciously, are a part of that worldwide group of servers brought into existence by theAutobiography, 304:of the new Aquarian techniques. The New Group of World Servers is in fact a synthesizing project ofAutobiography, 304:involving a new type of world discipleship in group action. Our true place in the scheme of thingsAutobiography, 304:in terms of our participating in this larger group life. (Talk to the Students at the AnnualBethlehem, 16:(St. Matt., XIX, 19). Individual effort, group opportunity, and identification with each other -Bethlehem, 16:and illumination, with the final objective of group love and group good. We learn to perfectBethlehem, 16:with the final objective of group love and group good. We learn to perfect ourselves in consonanceBethlehem, 16:in order to have somewhat to contribute to the group good, and in order to serve Christ perfectly.