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Discipleship1, 438:for future world salvaging. Like our Great Master, the Christ, you must and do shoulder your shareDiscipleship1, 439:and his patience," as he is pledged to his great Master, the Lord of Shamballa. He, as you know,Discipleship1, 462:the task assigned; speed to assent to all the Master says; speed on my way to service; and joy toDiscipleship1, 474:the use of your imagination, link her with the master of her life, the soul behind the scenes. DoDiscipleship1, 493:you see and wrestle with your problem. I, your Master, believe in you and in your capacity to throwDiscipleship1, 494:These latter you must work out for yourself; the Master can point out to you the goal, indicate theDiscipleship1, 510:the separated self and may the blessing of your Master rest upon you. Discipleship1, 515:working together in group formation and in a Master's Ashram. Just how far does the progress orDiscipleship1, 530:rock, of chair shape and height, where the Master sits to talk to the Disciples. When one stands onDiscipleship1, 551:Then came the period wherein the service of the Master and also of one's own soul was considered ofDiscipleship1, 551:soul was considered of dominant interest: the Master was served and duty to him emphasized becauseDiscipleship1, 552:subject of healing, its laws and methods. You master the technique whereby you can project yourDiscipleship1, 572:seeking to work together under the guidance of a Master, have their own peculiar problems. TheDiscipleship1, 576:know. One of the problems that faces every Master (teaching a group of disciples such as this) isDiscipleship1, 578:Such intervention by a watching Teacher or Master is something which should seldom happen andDiscipleship1, 593:space of time), detached from contact with the Master. Sometimes even his own soul seems silent.Discipleship1, 593:so staged by the disciple's own soul, then the Master acts to bring the circumstance about. TheDiscipleship1, 593:against it. When a disciple first comes into a Master's group (as you came into mine) the inflow ofDiscipleship1, 594:and sound and because - at such periods - a Master's group supports and protects the one who isDiscipleship1, 594:The protective work done in the Ashram of a Master is something little realized by the averageDiscipleship1, 594:of experience is going on, the outer group of a Master's disciples proves of little service; itDiscipleship1, 594:Another is that the disciples, working under one Master, become an extension of his Ashram upon theDiscipleship1, 595:attached to the work done by the members of a Master's group. The earnest desire to progress canDiscipleship1, 604:hours, then dedicate them to the service of the Master. The doing of this will eliminate muchDiscipleship1, 617:and under the direct influence of myself, the Master... your major duty is to train yourself in theDiscipleship1, 619:glamors of various kinds: Glamor about me, the Master, and about the Hierarchy and your relation toDiscipleship1, 621:first Ray of Will or Power and working under the Master of that ray, the Master Morya, I wouldDiscipleship1, 621:and working under the Master of that ray, the Master Morya, I would suggest that you ponder on theDiscipleship1, 622:them to find the link with their group and their Master, for they will be people who have alreadyDiscipleship1, 622:ray is pre-eminently the ray of occultism. Your Master, the Master Morya, is the head of allDiscipleship1, 622:the ray of occultism. Your Master, the Master Morya, is the head of all esoteric organizations inDiscipleship1, 624:we can off their shoulders. In the same way the Master Hilarion is lifting a good deal of the workDiscipleship1, 624:sixth ray disciples off the shoulders of the Master Jesus. A number of inner adjustments are goingDiscipleship1, 624:respond. To the militancy and devotion of the Master Jesus and to the vibration of his organism,Discipleship1, 625:me, as the teacher assigned to you by your own Master. You liked the [626] facility with which youDiscipleship1, 628:then discover what it is that the disciples in a Master's Ashram can achieve. I have several timesDiscipleship1, 639:6th month - The Way of Discipleship leads to the Master. Steadfastness and changeless understandingDiscipleship1, 663:amount of reading matter which you have had to master and the rhythm to which you have to adjustDiscipleship1, 663:of the personality to the soul (who is the one Master, the Light of Life) and to the Hierarchy ofDiscipleship1, 673:The stage wherein a disciple is contacted by the Master through another chela on the physicalDiscipleship1, 673:The stage wherein, according to necessity, the Master contacts the chela through: A vivid dreamDiscipleship1, 673:teaching. A using of a thought-form of the Master. A contact in meditation. A definite rememberedDiscipleship1, 673:A definite remembered interview in the Master's Ashram. This is definitely the stage of AcceptedDiscipleship1, 673:his wisdom in work, and his appreciation of the Master's problem, the chela is taught how (inDiscipleship1, 673:is taught how (in emergencies) to attract the Master's attention and thus draw on his strength,Discipleship1, 673:happening, and practically takes none of the Master's time. This stage has the peculiar name of aDiscipleship1, 673:which will entitle him to an interview with the Master. This is only permitted to those trustedDiscipleship1, 673:aura." The stage wherein the chela can get his Master's ear at any time. He is in close touchDiscipleship1, 674:[674] work to do in collaboration with his Master. The chela at this stage is described as "oneDiscipleship1, 674:at this stage is described as "one within his Master's heart." There is a later stage of stillDiscipleship1, 681:incoming influences? The disciple upon whom the Master can most confidently depend is the one whoDiscipleship1, 682:his own individual progress or towards the Master. The closer he gets to the center and towards theDiscipleship1, 682:The closer he gets to the center and towards the Master, the less attention the Master pays him andDiscipleship1, 682:and towards the Master, the less attention the Master pays him and the less he is occupied withDiscipleship1, 682:the less he is occupied with thinking about the Master. In the early stages, he perhaps necessarilyDiscipleship1, 682:much about his relation to the Hierarchy, to the Master and to his own soul. In the intermediateDiscipleship1, 682:stages when he is the disciple who is also the Master, his consciousness is absorbed into the willDiscipleship1, 683:one time - the immediate Plan for humanity. A Master, therefore, searches for those minds which areDiscipleship1, 683:unison to that aspect of the Plan for which the Master is responsible and for those who can beDiscipleship1, 683:purposes and desire nothing but only to aid the Master and those senior disciples who may beDiscipleship1, 683:ideas, and selfless work for their fellowmen. A Master's group is not a place wherein disciples areDiscipleship1, 684:supervision and not under the supervision of a Master. What, therefore, is the contribution andDiscipleship1, 684:and work of the disciple? The group of every Master is distinguished by its thought content,Discipleship1, 684:contributed by the disciples and used by the Master in his work for humanity. Therefore, theDiscipleship1, 684:an increasingly intelligent participation in the Master's creative activity. The group of a MasterDiscipleship1, 684:the Master's creative activity. The group of a Master is a focus of power, built up by the MasterDiscipleship1, 684:of a Master is a focus of power, built up by the Master in three ways: By the potency of his OwnDiscipleship1, 684:of any training which they may receive from a Master or because they have reached a certain [685]Discipleship1, 685:integration into centers of force, i.e., into a Master's group, into the Hierarchy as a whole andDiscipleship1, 685:- into Shamballa. You can see, therefore, that a Master can be greatly hindered or aided in hisDiscipleship1, 685:to use. I would have you also remember that a Master's group is a center of energy into which theDiscipleship1, 685:right of his own effort and the decision of his Master) gives him [686] a needed training in theDiscipleship1, 686:give you. What is this occult obedience which a Master is supposed to exact? Today, the Masters areDiscipleship1, 686:disciple to obey the slightest hint which the Master may give? Must every request and suggestion beDiscipleship1, 686:and suggestion be accepted? Must all that a Master says be accepted as true and infallibly correct?Discipleship1, 686:when he refuses (if he does) to recognize the Master's point of view and the statements he mayDiscipleship1, 686:and make him simply a replica in thought of the Master's thought? These are questions ofDiscipleship1, 686:to the Plan. It is not obedience to the Master, no matter what many old style occult schools mayDiscipleship1, 687:and personality or between the disciple and the Master was complete and soundly established. TheDiscipleship1, 687:fuse; the objectives before the disciple and the Master become identical, and the group lifeDiscipleship1, 687:fear that too much may be asked of him by the Master and his soul. Is this not true, my brother? ItDiscipleship1, 687:have you remember that suggestion is all that a Master ever makes to a disciple, even though he mayDiscipleship1, 687:before the disciple seeks admittance into a Master's group, a gradually unfolding process or anDiscipleship1, 689:the service and the responsibility of their Master and his group. These men and women are alwaysDiscipleship1, 691:focused upon the group-soul and upon the Master, the center and the focal point of energy of theDiscipleship1, 691:helping of the world, if you seek to contact the Master as a group, if you are in a position toDiscipleship1, 691:you would greatly aid in the task with which the Master of any group is confronted. The neededDiscipleship1, 691:each disciple is independently responsible. The Master does not train a group of men and women toDiscipleship1, 691:have in mind. Disciples are chosen by the Master because, in spite of any or all personalityDiscipleship1, 691:and not according to point of development. The Master recognizes those who recognize the Plan andDiscipleship1, 692:Plan are not the same. The recognition which the Master accords to a group of dedicated aspirantsDiscipleship1, 692:them as his disciples. Your recognition of the Master's ideas as goals to future endeavor. YourDiscipleship1, 692:but it will not be power given to it by the Master. It will be a potency which it has engenderedDiscipleship1, 692:This is true of the individual disciple and of a Master's group. Most aspirants to discipleshipDiscipleship1, 692:when you will, as individuals and as part of a Master's group, subordinate your [693] personalDiscipleship1, 693:the need of humanity and to the intention of the Master. You will be and not struggle so hard toDiscipleship1, 693:and as a normal procedure put the work of the Master and of service first. What is that work? ToDiscipleship1, 693:to intelligent undertakings. The task of the Master is to evoke from his disciples such a depth ofDiscipleship1, 693:are the people I can help? Which aspects of the Master's work should I endeavor to give the mostDiscipleship1, 694:and in their own reactions and attitudes to the Master. The fact that they are working in a
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