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

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Discipleship1, 694:the Master. The fact that they are working in a Master's group seems to them the fact of paramountDiscipleship1, 694:is that there is a great difference between a Master's group and his Ashram. This is seldomDiscipleship1, 694:seldom realized. Many people can be found in a Master's group but the personnel of his Ashram isDiscipleship1, 694:picked out of that of the group. In a group, the Master is in touch with and aware of the aspiringDiscipleship1, 694:out of a group into an inner center where the Master's energy, wisdom and effort is more easilyDiscipleship1, 695:the inner group and begin to form part of the Master's sphere of directed influence. This is theDiscipleship1, 696:problem. The question now arises: How does a Master form and organize his Ashram or inner group ofDiscipleship1, 696:It must surely be apparent to you that a Master, in forming his Ashram, proceeds as automaticallyDiscipleship1, 696:for an accepted disciple to grasp is what the Master is seeking to accomplish through the medium ofDiscipleship1, 696:and works along lines similar to that of the Master. How close is the disciple to the Master'sDiscipleship1, 696:of the Master. How close is the disciple to the Master's thoughts? The Master is prevented byDiscipleship1, 696:is the disciple to the Master's thoughts? The Master is prevented by occult law from using anyDiscipleship1, 696:disciple to decide and prove. Disciples are in a Master's group because of similarity of ideas,Discipleship1, 697:recognized effort. Behind this effort stands the Master - an initiating and distributing center ofDiscipleship1, 697:the ideas, dreams, vision and aspiration of the Master. This is impulsed by his monadic potency,Discipleship1, 697:potency, influenced by the One who is his Master and developed and fed by his experience, unfoldedDiscipleship1, 697:instinct which leads a disciple to respond to a Master's call or note, to his vibration and to hisDiscipleship1, 698:spiritual instinct will be the success of the Master to carry out his plans through the medium ofDiscipleship1, 698:guidance as to the needed work. Beyond that, no Master may go. In this world cycle, the work of theDiscipleship1, 698:therefore, why the last fetter cast off by a Master is irritation! No initiate can form a trueDiscipleship1, 698:has vanished. The power of thought of a Master, if misused, could be a potent destructive force. HeDiscipleship1, 700:an Ashram and works in closer relation with his Master than heretofore, he begins to collaborate asDiscipleship1, 700:the "Life" of the group (in this case, the Master) and "the lives" (in this case, the disciples),Discipleship1, 700:energy and the responding forces. From the Master's angle of the group problem, duality enters intoDiscipleship1, 701:become responsive to an energy, that of the Master. This response comes through the recognition ofDiscipleship1, 701:force and personality force. Forget not that a Master expresses monadic energy, whilst disciples inDiscipleship1, 701:Herein lies their usefulness from the Master's point of view and herein lies their difficulty and -Discipleship1, 701:- at times - their failure. Disciples within the Master's group or the Master's Ashram have aDiscipleship1, 701:Disciples within the Master's group or the Master's Ashram have a potent effect upon each other,Discipleship1, 701:everything in their nature is accentuated. The Master has to watch carefully to see that he doesDiscipleship1, 702:forces which come to the disciple from the Master or are definitely transmitted to him by theDiscipleship1, 702:or are definitely transmitted to him by the Master. The goal for all work done by disciples, eitherDiscipleship1, 702:sequence of effects in the realization that the Master (spirit or Monad) reflects himself in orDiscipleship1, 702:to consider in greater detail the nature of a Master's group, sometimes called an Ashram. It mightDiscipleship1, 702:with a clear idea of the difference between a Master's particular group, and the many outer groupsDiscipleship1, 702:disciple, under the "impression of the Master" and with the cooperation of his group. A group ofDiscipleship1, 702:and dictate strengthened by contact with the Master and with each other. They are related to eachDiscipleship1, 702:of people, working under the tutelage of some Master. This is an important point to remember. I isDiscipleship1, 703:the group; that means the magnetic pull of the Master. As you well know, theoretically at least, atDiscipleship1, 703:at the center of the Ashram stands ever the Master, or else an initiate or a world disciple. HisDiscipleship1, 703:When any group - working in this way under a Master - is moved by one spiritual impulse andDiscipleship1, 703:group potency and their facility to contact the Master - both as individuals or in group formation.Discipleship1, 703:or in group formation. One of the things which a Master has to do is to teach his disciples toDiscipleship1, 704:he is sensitive to the ray and quality of the Master of the Ashram, and until he is normally soulDiscipleship1, 704:cyclic life of the physical body, present the Master with an appalling picture of the liabilitiesDiscipleship1, 704:is confronted. The factor of the attitude of the Master is one which disciples are very [705] aptDiscipleship1, 705:under united desire and the direction of the Master, to reach the minds of those directing worldDiscipleship1, 705:as well as towards the group soul and to the Master - all in this order of response. Next followsDiscipleship1, 706:In the task of aiding humanity, as a part of the Master's group or Ashram, the fact that there areDiscipleship1, 707:recognizing each other and recognizing the Master of their group. The inner Ashram is a focus ofDiscipleship1, 707:disciples learn to integrate themselves into a Master's Ashram, they discover that the first thingDiscipleship1, 707:their own souls, the ashramic group and the Master. Then they learn to comprehend - throughDiscipleship1, 708:that it is done. The major task of the Master in the early stages of training his disciple is toDiscipleship1, 708:with his service, with his reaction to the Master or the promise of future contact with the Master,Discipleship1, 708:Master or the promise of future contact with the Master, with his own ideas anent discipleship andDiscipleship1, 708:and his personal interpretations of truth. The Master takes a group of people with fixed ideasDiscipleship1, 709:of consciousness - he becomes eventually a Master. He has "mastered" all stages and states ofDiscipleship1, 709:and always. One of the problems with which the Master is engaged in relation to his group ofDiscipleship1, 709:the subject from the angle of what the Master has to do, and not from the angle of the disciple'sDiscipleship1, 710:only to show you as far as is possible how a Master prepares the probationer to step from off theDiscipleship1, 710:fourth stage, the disciple emerges out of his Master's group and becomes what is esotericallyDiscipleship1, 710:is difficult to understand. The members of a Master's group and of his Ashram have to becomeDiscipleship1, 710:become increasingly sensitive - sensitive to the Master and to his pledged workers. You cannot beDiscipleship1, 711:to be recognized as a [711] spiritual being. The Master is guided by what he knows of you in yourDiscipleship1, 711:at moments of crisis or tension. The task of the Master is to stimulate the disciple to be at allDiscipleship1, 711:it but it serves to express the general idea. A Master does this because the need of the world forDiscipleship1, 711:the soul is permitted to pour through. Then the Master can be known and contacted. When you can getDiscipleship1, 711:for yourselves how and in what manner the Master is seeking to impress you and the group with whichDiscipleship1, 711:facilitate (as it is called) the activity of the Master by a profound and deep interest in theDiscipleship1, 711:to the exclusion of your own and also of the Master's individuality. There are many ways which canDiscipleship1, 711:the interplay between you, the disciple, and the Master. As all the rays are the subrays of theDiscipleship1, 711:it. I shall be dealing with the relation of a Master and his group to the individual disciple andDiscipleship1, 712:becomes irrevocable. Then, and only then, the Master can begin to work and the response will beDiscipleship1, 712:stage, wherein the disciple is contacted by the Master through some chela upon the physical plane.Discipleship1, 712:The stage wherein, according to necessity, the Master contacts the chela through: A vivid dreamDiscipleship1, 712:teaching. The using of a thought-form of some Master. A contact with the Master in meditation. ADiscipleship1, 712:thought-form of some Master. A contact with the Master in meditation. A definite, rememberedDiscipleship1, 712:A definite, remembered interview with the Master in his Ashram. This is definitely the stage ofDiscipleship1, 712:his wisdom in work and his appreciation of the Master's problem, the disciple is taught how (in anDiscipleship1, 712:is taught how (in an emergency) to attract the Master's attention and thus draw upon his strengthDiscipleship1, 713:[713] and practically takes none of the Master's time. This has the peculiar name of the Chela onDiscipleship1, 713:which will entitle him to an interview with the Master. This is only permitted to those trustedDiscipleship1, 713:aura. The stage wherein the disciple can get his Master's ear at any time. He is in close touchDiscipleship1, 713:stage, he is described as the Chela within the Master's heart. There is a later stage of stillDiscipleship1, 713:has reached that stage (from the angle of the Master) comes when the "light flashes out" in someDiscipleship1, 713:in some one life; thereby the attention of the Master is attracted to the person. It might be saidDiscipleship1, 713:person. It might be said that the preface to the Master's interest falls into four parts and it isDiscipleship1, 714:the egoic group is definitely affected and the Master (upon the same ray as that of the soulDiscipleship1, 715:eventually to attract the attention of the Master. The contact is still too feeble and the grip ofDiscipleship1, 715:the personality is still too weak to warrant the Master himself doing anything directly with theDiscipleship1, 716:investigation. During all this period, the Master pays no attention whatsoever to the aspirant. ItDiscipleship1, 716:is supervising this interim stage reports to the Master at rare and widely separated intervals; itDiscipleship1, 716:enter into the light of the Angel," that the Master begins to take over his training. The discipleDiscipleship1, 717:precedes the stage of accepted discipleship. No Master accepts a disciple and takes him into hisDiscipleship1, 717:Isolated unity describes the stage which the Master has reached; isolated individuality is that ofDiscipleship1, 723:is going on, the aspirant remains unaware of the Master's interest in him. The Master is receivingDiscipleship1, 723:unaware of the Master's interest in him. The Master is receiving regular reports (based on certainDiscipleship1, 723:established - through work in the Ashram of a Master and not focused upon the physical plane - theyDiscipleship1, 724:are experimenting (under direction of their Master) in working directly with the aspirant upon theDiscipleship1, 725:"in the Light." [725] A recognition of the Master. This whole question of recognizing the Master
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