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

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Discipleship1, 691:personality limitations, they respond in their individual measure to the immediate vision of theDiscipleship1, 692:who give all, all is given." This is true of the individual disciple and of a Master's group. MostDiscipleship1, 692:harmlessness and the dedication of all individual resources to the service of the Great Ones,Discipleship1, 696:absorption lies with the Ashram and not with the individual. This is not easily apparent untilDiscipleship1, 697:group effort and then to submerge their entire individual lives and activities in the recognizedDiscipleship1, 698:from the mind, then the reorganization of the individual etheric web takes place. The individualDiscipleship1, 698:of the individual etheric web takes place. The individual etheric body is only a part, an aspect,Discipleship1, 700:- The Six Stages of Discipleship - Part III The individual etheric web galvanizes the automaticDiscipleship1, 700:forces and energies which condition him as an individual; these originate within himself andDiscipleship1, 701:the very fact of his relation to them. The individual disciple has, therefore, to watch the effectDiscipleship1, 702:for service purposes. It is a blending of individual activity into one whole - a whole which isDiscipleship1, 702:which are carried forward as seem best to the individual disciple, under the "impression of theDiscipleship1, 703:group what the soul and its vision is to the individual disciple, working in his personalityDiscipleship1, 706:because they are where they are through their individual destiny and the guidance of their souls.Discipleship1, 711:the relation of a Master and his group to the individual disciple and not so much with theDiscipleship1, 714:greatly increased and - apart from his own individual karma - he, for the first time, consciouslyDiscipleship1, 714:greater part of the cycle of lives of any one individual, and that it is only when a fair measureDiscipleship1, 717:of the physical process of becoming a separate individual. Between the stages of "isolatedDiscipleship1, 726:third initiation does he consciously and as an individual cooperate with the karmic responsibilityDiscipleship1, 729:continue to work unimpeded. This covers the individual reaction to the Ashram personnel. But whereDiscipleship1, 729:is only the beginner who is preoccupied with his individual effect in an Ashram. The trained,Discipleship1, 729:be carried on and with the work to be done. An individual disciple may suffer in his personality asDiscipleship1, 734:to the questions, registered either by the individual disciple or by the group as a whole, and theDiscipleship1, 735:and are not focused where the point of individual tension should be. Each has to discover thatDiscipleship1, 735:revealing question and is based on a sense of individual need and also on group need. It indicatesDiscipleship1, 744:the good of the group. He will not sacrifice any individual to the group good until after dueDiscipleship1, 744:group good until after due effort to help that individual understand and demonstrate rightDiscipleship1, 744:opportunity and not with the Master and with his individual position in the Master's thoughts. MostDiscipleship1, 745:focus in form will lead to trouble both to the individual aspirant and to his group. SpiritualDiscipleship1, 748:therefore, a center of invocation and when the individual disciple becomes a chela on the thread,Discipleship1, 748:the establishment of monadic control of the individual which (in its group form) signifies theDiscipleship1, 749:always to substitute the good of the whole for individual good, as the personality might see it.Discipleship1, 750:the consciousness in such a manner that individual events and happenings are ignored. It isDiscipleship1, 752:of radiatory activity; this he does when his own individual sphere of radiatory activity is of theDiscipleship1, 757:discipleship as I have attempted to convey its individual implications and its more esoteric groupDiscipleship1, 763:reaching from the universal (as far as the individual disciple is concerned), to the particular,Discipleship1, 766:atoms and the details connected with the individual form nature. The objective of each aspirant isDiscipleship1, 770:of any responsibility in an Ashram and of their individual importance. Psychics everywhereDiscipleship1, 770:forget themselves, their difficulties and their individual interpretations of truth, and just loveDiscipleship1, 772:into a cul-de-sac of personal training and individual interests. If that is your attitude, thenDiscipleship1, 778:looked upon as renegades. The freedom of the individual was constantly infringed and the weaknessesDiscipleship1, 790:to truth and goodness but not to the [790] individual - be he a Master or a disciple. They careDiscipleship2, XII:to show the technique of the training in individual cases, but the individual training was alwaysDiscipleship2, XII:of the training in individual cases, but the individual training was always incidental to a plannedDiscipleship2, 5:difficulty and led to the closing of the several individual groups. You will have noted that IDiscipleship2, 5:the nature of glamor and of its effects in the individual and group life can eliminate the dangerDiscipleship2, 5:pointing out of failure, and the constant individual training are no part of the technique of theDiscipleship2, 5:of the Hierarchy - certainly not as far as the individual aspirant is concerned. Where world valuesDiscipleship2, 6:into the light? Is the spiritual will of the individual personalities of such strength that itDiscipleship2, 7:above, I seek to give each of you a measure of Individual Help and Instruction. As time goes on, IDiscipleship2, 7:as a whole to function correctly, because the individual group units are aligned and rightlyDiscipleship2, 8:is it therefore which prevents a disciple, as an individual, from having direct approach and directDiscipleship2, 8:then indicate to you any needed changes in your individual meditation [9] or in the groupDiscipleship2, 14:to remember that increasingly there will be no individual life. This is as it should be.Discipleship2, 14:yourself. Each of you has to initiate your own individual crises; there is no one else who isDiscipleship2, 16:my brother, is to be a group effort, and not an individual one, and it is as a group that I shallDiscipleship2, 17:which nothing can be said and which will be individual as well as group expansion. I will outlineDiscipleship2, 18:subsequent relation of the centers in any one individual to the remainder of the group members,Discipleship2, 18:enlightened by the energy transmitted by each individual. The fusion (consciously undertaken) ofDiscipleship2, 18:The fusion (consciously undertaken) of the individual soul with the group soul and consequently aDiscipleship2, 18:meditation affects the three centers in the individual disciple and also, and consequently, hisDiscipleship2, 21:once a year, give to each of you a measure of individual help, personal instruction and individualDiscipleship2, 21:of individual help, personal instruction and individual meditation. The clue to your next stepDiscipleship2, 23:of importance and, as I said, increasingly the individual life of the disciple lessens and hisDiscipleship2, 32:the Presence. To take initiation yourself, as an individual, and also as a coherent unit in theDiscipleship2, 34:that time, I gave you no explicit instruction or individual meditations. I gave each of you sixDiscipleship2, 35:proffers an invitation for you to shoulder an individual share of hierarchical responsibility andDiscipleship2, 36:attitude. The relation between you as an individual and your co-disciples is one of a relativeDiscipleship2, 42:importance to you than the petty affairs of your individual lives and your humdrum contacts; itDiscipleship2, 50:order that your group work in relation to your individual endeavor might be successful. That wasDiscipleship2, 53:side of instruction has been the approach of the individual man to the God within, to his ownDiscipleship2, 54:(at this stage) of any reactions experienced. Individual analysis hinders group recognition andDiscipleship2, 55:causes to the realm of effects. Ponder on this. Individual approach must be merged into groupDiscipleship2, 56:they are contacted in group formation. Thus the individual, the group and humanity are enriched andDiscipleship2, 58:and so impress upon you the necessity for your individual teaching taking a secondary [59] place;Discipleship2, 63:Though Sanat Kumara is naturally unaware of the individual disciple or aspirant, he is not unawareDiscipleship2, 72:inspiration, for - in the last analysis - it is individual and world inspiration which is the goalDiscipleship2, 72:as disciples aspire and serve and obey. It is an individual mechanism, and a group mechanism, andDiscipleship2, 73:between the fourth and fifth kingdoms. It is the individual and the group antahkarana. I am goingDiscipleship2, 77:I). You have much intensified and concentrated individual teaching, much indication of opportunityDiscipleship2, 78:relation to you remains an entirely private and individual matter, known only to the aspiringDiscipleship2, 85:information from me to enable you to make your individual contact with me if you follow the rulesDiscipleship2, 85:I present you; and these with your intensified individual approach and the work of the TrianglesDiscipleship2, 94:the ideas are of no real importance to him as an individual - to you, therefore, as an individualDiscipleship2, 94:him as an individual - to you, therefore, as an individual and pledged disciple. As long as yourDiscipleship2, 96:that during the coming year you go over your individual instructions and then - during the courseDiscipleship2, 96:for close attention to yourselves and to your individual characters is past; group activity shouldDiscipleship2, 105:no possible controversy or any emphasis upon individual ideas, because no personality vibratoryDiscipleship2, 106:frankness and so-called exposure of your individual weakness and limitations to the group as aDiscipleship2, 110:Ashram should take and of your part in it, as an individual and as a group, above all. I ask yourDiscipleship2, 115:Full Moon of May. You might regard it as the individual phase of alignment and of preparation toDiscipleship2, 116:constantly held until the Full Moon of May, the individual seeds within the group periphery (couldDiscipleship2, 119:the last meditation but to it must be added the individual meditation which will aid in groupDiscipleship2, 119:group integration and in the unfoldment of the individual disciple. You will have noted, I am sure,Discipleship2, 125:to give you each your personal, instructions and individual meditation. This meditation should beDiscipleship2, 130:be explicit nor am I going to give you each an individual meditation. The time for that is past.Discipleship2, 132:sumtotal of the seven types of energy as each individual member utilizes them. The fusion,Discipleship2, 132:consciously and deliberately engineered, of the individual soul with the group soul, and later withDiscipleship2, 135:them to step down this Shamballa force to their individual Ashrams. This happening has produced aDiscipleship2, 138:Meditation - Part V It is not possible for the individual disciple in any Ashram to cooperate in
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