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Discipleship2, 245:confidence in his occult intention, all that the Master may say or do is of small usefulness. ItDiscipleship2, 246:not my group but [246] the group of either the Master M. or the Master K.H. Owing to the fact ofDiscipleship2, 246:[246] the group of either the Master M. or the Master K.H. Owing to the fact of world urgency andDiscipleship2, 246:not exist in this group in relation to me - the Master chosen to lead you forward. Yet (though youDiscipleship2, 246:(Vol. I) on the relation of chelas to their Master could well be applied here and with profit. Discipleship2, 247:concerns, as I have told you, integration into a Master's group, and it has two uses - if I mightDiscipleship2, 248:second use is to bring about contact with the Master of your group - in this case myself, theDiscipleship2, 248:Master of your group - in this case myself, the Master D.K. This is a process which I have alreadyDiscipleship2, 250:which we call the fourth initiation - the Master at the center of the group. This is, consequently,Discipleship2, 251:to consider. An extension of these concepts to a Master and his ashram or his group of practicingDiscipleship2, 253:of the vision. Your contact with me, your Master. Your recognition of the initiatory process. IDiscipleship2, 256:for which initiation he is being prepared; the Master never gives this information. Light on theDiscipleship2, 257:Ashram as "practicing chelas." To contact the Master at will. To develop divine indifference. InDiscipleship2, 257:The disciple starts on the periphery of the Master's circle and works towards the center; he isDiscipleship2, 263:They concern integration progressively into a Master's group. They also concern integration intoDiscipleship2, 263:of group feeling. The revelation of the Master as he is, the center of light and power within theDiscipleship2, 265:deepening in the disciple and profound in the Master, but it is all related to vision. At the sameDiscipleship2, 275:The words refer to the seven paths which the Master has to consider and from which he has to chooseDiscipleship2, 275:and the point of unity are seen as one, and the Master passes on his way." He has penetrated to theDiscipleship2, 276:and not the exercises. On Hints The hints a Master earlier gave were concerned largely with theDiscipleship2, 278:must be learnt and which it is difficult to master, because it negates fanaticism, requires aDiscipleship2, 279:leave much to be desired. The disciples within a Master's Ashram can provide him with whatDiscipleship2, 279:one given time. This must not be forgotten. A Master of the Wisdom always knows where to go forDiscipleship2, 280:subject, inadequately. The primary task of the Master is to aid the disciple to develop theDiscipleship2, 297:relation of the individual to his sold, to his Master and to the Ashram, his consciousness isDiscipleship2, 300:consider, you will realize that the task of the Master in the past, as he sought to prepare theDiscipleship2, 300:far behind the true modern disciple. Today, the Master indicates to him the over-shadowing cloud ofDiscipleship2, 300:precipitating, and lifting. Today the Master - having done the above - leaves the disciple to workDiscipleship2, 309:of the disciple, with two more ahead of the Master, making in all seven initiations, and that priorDiscipleship2, 309:with ten later to be registered by the Master. Discipleship2, 315:as you are concerned - is from the angle of the Master), you would know that a great step has beenDiscipleship2, 317:and direct service under the instigation of some Master. I have in the above paragraphs given you aDiscipleship2, 319:In the olden days, as you well know, [319] the Master would say to a disciple: "Here is a hint"Discipleship2, 325:months (if sincere and honest in their endeavor) master ideas and develop responses which it tookDiscipleship2, 325:develop responses which it took them years to master in earlier cycles of hierarchical effort. ThisDiscipleship2, 330:the protection; it is not the task of the Master, but is carried forward under his interested andDiscipleship2, 330:only one initiate of the fifth degree (that of Master) within it. Such is seldom the case. ThereDiscipleship2, 330:one at the apex of the triangle; he acts as the Master of the Ashram and is responsible for theDiscipleship2, 331:For instance, the harm done to the Ashram of the Master Morya by H.P.B. in his earlier incarnationDiscipleship2, 332:sharing in the stimulation which comes from the Master's Presence and in the instructions which heDiscipleship2, 334:and training a group for initiation. The Master is not occupied with the temporary faults but withDiscipleship2, 334:instance of invocation and evocation) - and the Master can begin to train a group. This isDiscipleship2, 334:in your daily life are not noted by me or by any Master. They are the affair of your own soul; theDiscipleship2, 335:an individual - upon the judgment seat. There no Master sits. When Christ said: "Judge not and yeDiscipleship2, 338:event of the sixth initiation, when the Master faces what is for him the final vision within thisDiscipleship2, 338:vision" all the lesser visions have prepared the Master; after his decision is made there is noDiscipleship2, 340:- must control and must condition form. The Master, however, stands free, endowed with theDiscipleship2, 343:It is through the medium of a hint that the Master in any particular group conveys to a discipleDiscipleship2, 343:hint given was obvious and clearly stated by the Master. Today, owing to man's greater intellectualDiscipleship2, 346:upon him within an Ashram or by the watching Master. All these points of revelation also concernDiscipleship2, 346:the techniques of creation, and indicate to the Master what will be the nature of the creative workDiscipleship2, 347:process mark eventually the recognition by the Master of divine Purpose; it is also shown how thatDiscipleship2, 348:recognition that creativity is - for the Master - the expression of all for which he has beenDiscipleship2, 352:relationship which is not that of disciple and Master (as heretofore), but which is based onDiscipleship2, 354:in evolution and the grade of the disciple. A Master can gauge a disciple's ability to pass onwardDiscipleship2, 355:that of the accepted disciple and that of the Master or the higher initiate. That interpretationDiscipleship2, 356:in the Archives consists of an injunction to the Master and runs as follows: "Regard and recognizeDiscipleship2, 357:of the most difficult tasks which confronts the Master is to teach the disciple to think of theDiscipleship2, 358:"newest mind" - as it is occultly called - the Master in the Ashram can change his techniques, useDiscipleship2, 359:in the nature of instructions to the Master, and provide in their entirety a sequence of teachingDiscipleship2, 359:the one who seeks the inner side, then let the Master indicate the pattern and then await results.Discipleship2, 362:will be his emphasis; some disciples can aid the Master in the planning process because they areDiscipleship2, 373:energy are held steady within the aura of the Master or of a group of Masters. The energy is thenDiscipleship2, 373:of those disciples who are en rapport with the Master, or of those groups of disciples or aspirantsDiscipleship2, 374:energies he contacts. The initiate has to master the techniques of differentiating between: His ownDiscipleship2, 375:the early stages he calls this the energy of his Master, but learns later that it is - in reality -Discipleship2, 375:it is - in reality - the energy generated by his Master's group, the ashram. Hierarchical energy orDiscipleship2, 376:from Shamballa and transmitted to him via the Master of the Ashram with which he is at this timeDiscipleship2, 376:still needs the ashramic protection which the Master provides. At the indicated second initiationDiscipleship2, 383:undergone is known only to the disciple and his Master; it is of no interest to the group itself;Discipleship2, 383:not, at first, work solely under the care of the Master of a particular Ashram. Certain of theDiscipleship2, 383:disciple-initiate pass into the Ashram of the Master of his ray - one of the senior Masters inDiscipleship2, 383:Ashrams. If he is a disciple in the Ashram of a Master who is on one of the Rays of Attribute, theDiscipleship2, 383:one of the Rays of Attribute, the task of that Master is to prepare him for transition on to one ofDiscipleship2, 383:place all the time, when, for instance, the Master R. assumed the task of Mahachohan or Lord ofDiscipleship2, 383:for tuition and training in service under that Master who took his place as the central point ofDiscipleship2, 388:the seed or germ of an intended revelation. The Master knows well what is the next revelation [389]Discipleship2, 390:the Plan from the angle of the Ashram and of the Master with increasing clarity; finally, thereDiscipleship2, 390:of things and is so close to the heart of the Master that the hierarchical planning becomesDiscipleship2, 390:that the disciple, under the Law, has to master the technique of spiritual compromise, and secondlyDiscipleship2, 391:ordinary human ideals are of importance to the Master of his Ashram. His value in this aspect ofDiscipleship2, 391:of the hierarchical work is that he is not a Master, that he is necessarily closer in touch withDiscipleship2, 391:soul-infused personality, he can give to the Master most valuable assistance. There are, it shouldDiscipleship2, 394:awakening soul, and under the influences of the Master, he moves forward from darkness to light; heDiscipleship2, 394:eventually into wisdom. He then becomes a Master and walks no longer in the dark. Aspirants usuallyDiscipleship2, 398:six initiations progressively reveal (to the Master) the all-enfolding Purpose. Earlier I told youDiscipleship2, 406:[406] Avatar, working in cooperation with the Master Jesus, and also by the point of evolutionDiscipleship2, 408:of the Hierarchy and the reappearance of the Master of that Hierarchy, with the Personnel of whichDiscipleship2, 411:is not immediately apparent. Hints given by a Master are never obvious in their significance; anyDiscipleship2, 411:and Revelation." In the past, it was the Master who succinctly gave the disciple the hint which heDiscipleship2, 412:single mental statement presented to him by his Master; it proved no real challenge and became aDiscipleship2, 412:brought the aspirant closer to acceptance in a Master's Ashram; it developed the mental apparatus,Discipleship2, 415:which is for him an immediate necessity. The Master will not tell him what it is; he must nowDiscipleship2, 416:personality. Such a hint was once given by a Master to one of his disciples, by way ofDiscipleship2, 417:We will start with the one given above by the Master: All Ashrams are found upon the Antahkarana.Discipleship2, 420:are these marks? For what signs does the Master look before he presents his disciple to theDiscipleship2, 429:interested. The prime objective set before every Master of or in an Ashram is to see the purposesDiscipleship2, 429:devotees who seek with some Master. They seek for them among those who intelligentlyDiscipleship2, 430:a devoted follower of the individuality of any Master and which leads you to feel that you are inDiscipleship2, 432:the hierarchical program. One of the tasks of a Master, in connection with his disciples, is to aid
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