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

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Discipleship1, 725:Master. This whole question of recognizing the Master will be dealt with by me later. TheDiscipleship1, 726:discipleship is in constant touch with the Master. Thus a triangular relationship is set up whichDiscipleship1, 727:which the guiding disciple presents to the Master twice a year, the effort made along these linesDiscipleship1, 727:they indicate a definite ray pattern. Then the Master can gauge the rate and type of developmentDiscipleship1, 727:the karmic condition and the note which the Master registers coincide in time, then the third stageDiscipleship1, 727:and not with the group as an aspect of some Master's Ashram. Disciples need [728] to remember thatDiscipleship1, 728:disciple, even though he still remains in a Master's group until he has taken the fourthDiscipleship1, 729:and the truly dedicated. [729] The task of the Master is to stimulate as many as possible in hisDiscipleship1, 729:cannot help but see in him and even in their Master the very qualities which are dominating them.Discipleship1, 729:analytical insight and so-called criticism. A Master does not criticize the members of his Ashram.Discipleship1, 730:I - The Six Stages of Discipleship - Part V Each Master has reached the point where the vision isDiscipleship1, 730:Hierarchy, conditioned in time and space by some Master or group of Masters, working on some oneDiscipleship1, 730:present chaos. The disciples, therefore, of the Master Morya, of the Master Kut Humi and of theDiscipleship1, 730:therefore, of the Master Morya, of the Master Kut Humi and of the Master Rakoczi are reaching outDiscipleship1, 730:Master Morya, of the Master Kut Humi and of the Master Rakoczi are reaching out towards a period ofDiscipleship1, 731:energy is, in the last analysis, directed by a Master, by a group of three senior initiates and byDiscipleship1, 731:In other words: the initiated disciples in a Master's group focus the inflowing energies; theDiscipleship1, 731:medium of their souls, focus the force which the Master directs outward into the world of men inDiscipleship1, 731:disciples (who are definitely responsible to the Master of the Ashram for some aspect of the Plan)Discipleship1, 731:upon earth if the accepted disciples in a Master's [732] group are themselves unable to react toDiscipleship1, 732:Accepted disciples, initiate disciples and the Master. Between the members of an Ashram and otherDiscipleship1, 732:Between these Ashrams and the outer world. The Master of an Ashram and the senior initiates in hisDiscipleship1, 732:A symbolic teaching. The thought-form of a Master. A direct contact with the Master in meditation.Discipleship1, 732:of a Master. A direct contact with the Master in meditation. An interview in a Master's Ashram.Discipleship1, 732:with the Master in meditation. An interview in a Master's Ashram. [733] The first three are moreDiscipleship1, 733:of their own questions; the task of the Master is not to answer questions which, given a littleDiscipleship1, 733:entire problem of questions can be and how, in a Master's Ashram or group, [734] the responsivenessDiscipleship1, 734:effect upon the group. It is here the Master's particular work comes in - the arousing of theDiscipleship1, 734:those questions which will lead to revelation. A Master has always two things to bear in mind: theDiscipleship1, 734:vibration of the Ashram as a whole and to the Master of the Ashram? This question in realityDiscipleship1, 734:the personality and the soul, between the Master and the disciple and between humanity and theDiscipleship1, 735:reason that disciples are not sensitive to the Master, to the life of the Ashram and to each otherDiscipleship1, 737:you know, the establishing of contact with the Master; it is primarily and technically the task ofDiscipleship1, 737:it is primarily and technically the task of the Master to evoke the direct response and theDiscipleship1, 737:of the disciple. Along with these reactions, the Master looks for an effort on the part of theDiscipleship1, 737:criticism dies out and love can pour in. The Master also looks for an effort upon the part of hisDiscipleship1, 737:involves impersonality and right focus. The Master is today looking for dedication to the needs ofDiscipleship1, 738:time impersonality to a man's own reactions. The Master has, therefore, necessarily to ask himselfDiscipleship1, 738:has also to be developed in connection with the Master himself. He is not occupied with making hisDiscipleship1, 738:them for initiation. It is no part of the Master's duties to pat disciples upon the back or toDiscipleship1, 738:which disciples are apt to forget is that the Master has to protect the larger Ashram as a wholeDiscipleship1, 739:standpoint of my soul and, incidentally, of my Master? Have I worked with impersonality in relationDiscipleship1, 740:of training, up to that of a disciple who is a Master of the Wisdom. This hierarchical progressionDiscipleship1, 740:you step into the range of the radiation of a Master or of any disciple senior to you, then thingsDiscipleship1, 741:is taught how (in emergencies) to attract the Master's attention. This has the peculiar name of theDiscipleship1, 742:chela, the Ashram in which he is working and the Master. This correlation and the growth of thisDiscipleship1, 742:point of tension in that Hierarchy (such as the Master at the center of any Ashram) to distantDiscipleship1, 742:of work and to reach at any desired moment the "Master of his life." This triangular relation mightDiscipleship1, 743:relation might be depicted thus: [743] The Master * The Soul * * The Ashram * The Disciple AnDiscipleship1, 744:the relative value of his contribution to the Master's work and the Ashram life. He is engrossed inDiscipleship1, 744:in the task and the opportunity and not with the Master and with his individual position in theDiscipleship1, 744:Master and with his individual position in the Master's thoughts. Most disciples in the earlyDiscipleship1, 744:forget that they are disciples. This is what the Master Morya has called the "smug recollection ofDiscipleship1, 744:fact of their discipleship and the fact of the Master, no matter how active their service; yet - ifDiscipleship1, 745:must meet before he is taught to reach the Master at will and when an emergency arises. I wouldDiscipleship1, 745:to call your attention to the attitude of the Master at this stage of his chela's progress. As theDiscipleship1, 745:point is permitted to call the attention of the Master; this is permissible only when the chela canDiscipleship1, 746:activity: he [746] never exacts from the Master any of the potency which rebuffs, as it isDiscipleship1, 746:which rebuffs, as it is esoterically called. The Master knows that if a call comes from the chelaDiscipleship1, 746:of group purpose. No matter what the Master is doing or what his preoccupation, he must respond toDiscipleship1, 746:the chela knows that he can "get through" to the Master, using here a colloquialism. I can assureDiscipleship1, 746:side of the relationship and not imposed by the Master - and he neither wants nor attempts to soundDiscipleship1, 746:ideal is that of the chela on the thread and the Master and his Ashram, interpreted by theDiscipleship1, 747:step that man must take. The major tasks of the Master when a disciple first enters his Ashram isDiscipleship1, 747:quality of the inner group, gathered around the Master. An Ashram is not a group of people seekingDiscipleship1, 748:proper sway) enable the group to carry out the Master's plan and meet human need. You may wonderDiscipleship1, 748:leading to a consequent fusion. An Ashram or Master's group is, therefore, a center of invocationDiscipleship1, 748:which (vibrating along the thread) reaches the Master. These techniques are, however, taughtDiscipleship1, 748:however, taught directly to the disciple by the Master when he recognizes his chela's right to theDiscipleship1, 748:but a linking thread of living light. This the Master projects as the disciple's service evokes aDiscipleship1, 749:which will entitle him to an interview with the Master. At this stage, the disciple is called aDiscipleship1, 749:at-one-ment between the disciple and the Master's group. He has already been accorded the privilegeDiscipleship1, 749:the privilege of invoking the attention of the Master in times of emergency and is sure of hisDiscipleship1, 750:good, as the personality might see it. [750] The Master knows that in the chela who has reachedDiscipleship1, 750:forward necessitates care on the part of the Master in order to see that the Ashram is preservedDiscipleship1, 750:of the peculiar and specific vibration of the Master's aura. Hence, as you can well see, the needDiscipleship1, 750:a chela is only permitted to dwell within the Master's aura when serenity has been substituted forDiscipleship1, 750:has the right to live within the aura of the Master. There is nothing now in him which will requireDiscipleship1, 750:is nothing now in him which will require the Master to sidetrack his attention from vital effortsDiscipleship1, 751:according to his ray type. The periphery of a Master's sphere of group control is contacted by himDiscipleship1, 751:disciple in full waking consciousness. The Master is aware of his presence upon the outer fringe ofDiscipleship1, 751:and to the out-surging of his devotion to the Master. It becomes the task of more advanced chelasDiscipleship1, 751:the task of more advanced chelas to protect the Master from the violent reactions of the new chelaDiscipleship1, 751:I have earlier pointed out) is in touch with the Master when, and only when, the Master so desiresDiscipleship1, 751:touch with the Master when, and only when, the Master so desires and it would be good and helpfulDiscipleship1, 751:periphery into the sphere of influence of the Master and his group; he then begins to participateDiscipleship1, 751:to the initiate-chela in charge of him. The Master begins to contact him with greater frequency andDiscipleship1, 751:for others - he is permitted to attract the Master's attention when help is needed for the group,Discipleship1, 751:turn of the spiral) are to him what he is to the Master - chelas [752] on the thread. In aDiscipleship1, 752:unexpectedly to the realized vibration of the Master as he functions at the very center of hisDiscipleship1, 752:the very center of his group. He has known the Master's vibratory call; he has become aware of theDiscipleship1, 752:the quality of the Ashram which is evoked by the Master. Now he is admitted to the secret place toDiscipleship1, 753:lead a man into the sphere of influence of a Master and later enable him to take what is termed oneDiscipleship1, 753:I am only here concerned with the fact of a Master's sphere of radiatory activity and its peculiarDiscipleship1, 753:and the high-powered spiritual life of the Master at the very heart of the Ashram. It is at thisDiscipleship1, 753:to respond to the threefold vibration of the Master, as expressed through his aura. The teachingDiscipleship1, 754:his own aura which is akin to the quality of the Master's aura is trained, intensified andDiscipleship1, 754:In a faint way, his vibration and that of the Master tend to synchronize. I would point out that inDiscipleship1, 754:disciple who penetrates into the aura of the Master through similarity of quality and vibratoryDiscipleship1, 754:affiliated. As time elapses, the Ashram of a Master becomes increasingly potent, magnetic and
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