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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - MASTER
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Autobiography, 264:and the light or between the aspirant and the Master. These preparatory schools are already inAutobiography, 266:in the three worlds and prepare him to work in a Master's group as a pledged disciple. Most of theAutobiography, 267:beginner the tempting prospect of contact with a Master and a Master's group, and this before heAutobiography, 267:tempting prospect of contact with a Master and a Master's group, and this before he was even aAutobiography, 267:enunciated by the teacher, devotion to the Master, plus a fixed determination to merit the title ofAutobiography, 267:and so be able, some day, to say, "I know this Master or that." At the same time, the beginner isAutobiography, 267:outer world of the inner group or Ashram of a Master. Just as the individual disciple is taught toAutobiography, 267:and as an outpost of the consciousness of the Master, so the true esoteric school is the outpost ofAutobiography, 267:or Ashram, conditioned and impressed by the Master, as the disciple is by his soul. Such a groupAutobiography, 267:the need for the disciple to be in touch with a Master, as is the case in the majority of esotericAutobiography, 267:schools of the old order. Contact with the Master is contingent upon the measure and [268] theAutobiography, 268:carries inspiration into the world. That of his Master's Ashram or group. He is taught to cooperateAutobiography, 268:he is affiliated. Under the inspiration of the Master and His band of working disciples andAutobiography, 269:power of their own souls. They thus release some Master, now active in the world, for higher andAutobiography, 269:is stably centered in the soul and in his Master's Ashram. The esoteric school teaches him how toAutobiography, 269:soul, how to live as a soul, how to recognize a Master and how to work in [270] a Master's group.Autobiography, 270:to recognize a Master and how to work in [270] a Master's group. He learns the techniques wherebyAutobiography, 270:whereby he can register impressions from the Master and be responsive to group intent and thusAutobiography, 270:sensitive to the Plan with which his Master and the Ashram is pledged to cooperate. He is taughtAutobiography, 270:An esoteric school is not formed because some Master orders a disciple to form one. The discipleAutobiography, 270:has been serving to the best of his ability in a Master's Ashram; he is acquainted with world need;Autobiography, 270:with his soul and increasingly sensitive to the Master's impression. He does not usually plan toAutobiography, 271:of more advanced disciples - in touch with the Master and the Ashram, his daily life becomesAutobiography, 271:his soul contact, his sensitive response to the Master's suggestions and the impression of theAutobiography, 272:claim-making, by pretending familiarity with the Master and sometimes with the entire Hierarchy,Autobiography, 272:at service and not the field of expression of a Master. The disciple - and not the Master - isAutobiography, 272:of a Master. The disciple - and not the Master - is solely responsible for the success or failureAutobiography, 272:is consciously and humbly in touch with the Master and His Ashram will the power of the inner groupAutobiography, 272:of responsibility from the leader to the Master. The disciple makes his own decisions, trains hisAutobiography, 272:the disciple, the less will he speak of his Master and the more he will point the way to theAutobiography, 273:at soul knowledge, and that his contact with the Master is still very infrequent. He is usuallyAutobiography, 273:very powerful but he is carefully watched by the Master because potentially he is an asset and canAutobiography, 277:from his own soul and, later, from the [277] Master and the Ashram. He is taught to interpret theseAutobiography, 282:is the Supreme Head), and right relation to a Master and His ashram, or group. Because the ArcaneAutobiography, 285:be Masters by achieving mastery, so that the One Master in the heart can assume control. It is ourAutobiography, 288:nature into the fifth. The laws and rules of a Master's Ashram are taught. An Ashram is that centerAutobiography, 288:center of spiritual light and power into which a Master gathers His disciples for instruction inAutobiography, 291:is a guarantee of imposture. No true initiate or Master ever proclaims himself or calls attentionAutobiography, 291:human need and galvanizing men to seek the one Master in their own hearts. The workers in theAutobiography, 291:and the claiming that one is an initiate or a Master immediately indicates deception or grossAutobiography, 291:he may not claim to be a high initiate or a Master. Autobiography, 298:as was the lot of such young ladies, her Master came to her. Her setting was of the most extremeAutobiography, 298:was startlingly negligible. This visit of the Master was for the purpose of implanting in herAutobiography, 298:this time a senior disciple in the ashram of the Master K.H. (An ashram may be thought of as aAutobiography, 299:known by certain [299] of his associates as the Master Djwhal Khul. It was D.K., partly because heBethlehem, 25:of the race, and the Christ, Who is the "Master of all the Masters and the Teacher alike of angelsBethlehem, 41:teaching and their aspirants towards some great Master Who is supposed to prepare them for thisBethlehem, 41:They forget that it is not possible for such a Master even to contact a man in this relationshipBethlehem, 44:so that it is a "vessel meet for the master's use" (II Timothy, II, 21.), that master being his ownBethlehem, 44:the master's use" (II Timothy, II, 21.), that master being his own soul. He knows that he walks inBethlehem, 46:over His mystic phraseology: 'Art thou a master of Israel, and knowest not these things?' (St.Bethlehem, 66:vessel unto honor, sanctified, and meet for the Master's use." (II Tim., II, 21.) The long journeyBethlehem, 108:as we all are. But because He had learnt to master Himself, and because the wheel of life had doneBethlehem, 109:He had taught Himself to overcome. He was the master of conditions at that time because He hadBethlehem, 109:conditions at that time because He had learnt to master Himself. Such a mastery by the soul mayBethlehem, 115:to follow in His steps, knowing Him to be the Master of all the Masters, very God of very God, andBethlehem, 132:"If Thou thinkest it can be seen by me, Lord, Master of union, then reveal to me the SelfBethlehem, 148:to the Apostles of the essential nature of the Master they loved and followed, and it is thisBethlehem, 150:been revealed. They thought that they knew their Master, but the familiar Presence had beenBethlehem, 155:be evaded. The Apostles recognized God in their Master, taking their stand upon the fact of thisBethlehem, 157:can rightly interpret what he sees. He loves his Master, and he serves with what faithfulness heBethlehem, 157:to finer subtle vibration, they behold their Master in all His divine humanity." - The MysteryBethlehem, 221:conceive. He follows in the footsteps of his Master, being crucified before men and deserted bothBethlehem, 234:crucial experiment. They knew Him as Friend and Master, and they flung their whole being into theBethlehem, 234:for the man who could follow in the steps of the Master. [235] In the past, being wholly engrossedBethlehem, 237:the face, the Christ, the perfected Initiate or Master, re-entered the body, glorifying it by theBethlehem, 250:his constant effort to better conditions and to master himself as well as the natural world, mustBethlehem, 257:subjective values, therein to function as the "Master of all the Masters and the Teacher alike ofDestiny, 37:of which were embodied for us in the life of the Master Jesus, Who was, in His turn, inspired andDestiny, 38:accounted for His close relationship with the Master Jesus), plus a first ray mind. [39] TheseDestiny, 48:comes the recognition by the disciple of the Master Who should guide him. The control of theDestiny, 59:reinspired and reoriented from Rome because the Master Jesus will again take hold of the ChristianDestiny, 59:it. From the chair of the Pope of Rome, the Master Jesus will attempt to swing that great branch ofDestiny, 81:fast learning the lessons which she has had to master. As yet, from the higher angle, Gemini doesDestiny, 109:which the disciple of this present era has to master; he [110] must do this relying upon theDiscipleship1and developing human mind upon which the Master can work. The standard of discipleship isDiscipleship1element is also different. In the old days, the Master gave his disciple a hint or a point uponDiscipleship1, X:in writing and talking about the relationship of Master and disciple that it was felt both by [XI]Discipleship1, XI:and for inclusion in the Ashram of the Master are saints or perfect. All are, however, trueDiscipleship1, 5:schools. In the olden days in the East, the Master exacted from his disciple that implicitDiscipleship1, 5:that implicit obedience which actually made the Master responsible and placed upon his shouldersDiscipleship1, 5:no longer holds good. In the coming New Age, the Master is responsible for the offering ofDiscipleship1, 9:as it is the first effort of the group of every Master and the achievement of the Hierarchy itselfDiscipleship1, 9:vital moment. Each disciple in the group of any Master may have many weaknesses and limitations.Discipleship1, 10:personal activities. Disciples in the group of a Master have to love each other with intelligenceDiscipleship1, 12:personalities in connection with each other in a Master's group. At the same time, it should beDiscipleship1, 15:might here be asked: What should disciples in a Master's group look for as evidence of successfulDiscipleship1, 18:they act as links between the disciple and his Master for that is a direct relationship which noneDiscipleship1, 21:the various individuals in the group and the Master, and between the various groups within theDiscipleship1, 21:the various groups within the Ashram of a Master. A Master's group of disciples, upon the innerDiscipleship1, 21:various groups within the Ashram of a Master. A Master's group of disciples, upon the inner side ofDiscipleship1, 24:other in lesser degree. The power to "see" the Master - which has been the misguided impulse of theDiscipleship1, 24:to one of the demonstrated divine powers of the Master but not to soul action. Your response toDiscipleship1, 26:organizations. [26] The various groups in a Master's Ashram can fulfil certain functions andDiscipleship1, 28:that there is no haste in the work which a Master carries on in connection with his disciples.Discipleship1, 30:and individual contact between a chela and his Master. Many of you are linked with your own Master,Discipleship1, 30:his Master. Many of you are linked with your own Master, though temporarily working in my Ashram;Discipleship1, 34:disciples of the New Age groups and ever in a Master's inner Ashram, there is no need for thisDiscipleship1, 43:that I am an initiate of the third degree, or a Master, or a Boddhisattva or one of the BuddhasDiscipleship1, 43:For many lives I have been close to the Master K. H.; in discussion with him, we have often
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