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

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Magic, 350:from the inner vision. Capacity to recognize the Master's purpose and the ability to love areMagic, 351:much in the same way as a pupil is shown by his master the lesson to be learned. The next step isMagic, 352:The benefit to the unit reacts upon the whole. A Master carries His disciples on and up with Him inMagic, 353:themselves sensitive to the voice of their Master as well. His time is fully occupied and disciplesMagic, 354:become an outpost for the consciousness of the Master and provide a center of energy through whichMagic, 362:and to rotate, then - and only then - can the Master lead him into the Presence of the Hierophant.Magic, 369:souls, comes the deepest joy of all, - the joy a Master knows when He is instrumental in lifting aMagic, 383:with mental energy, in an effort to control, master and use it. Their attempt is concentrated thenMagic, 393:lie as far beyond our ken as the awareness of a Master of the Wisdom lies beyond the ken of an antMagic, 400:chosen, not by the watching Hierarchy or by any Master, but by the power of their response to theMagic, 400:authority, save that of their own souls, and no Master save the group they seek to serve, andMagic, 403:of his mind and brain and make him the master of that equipment and will make him thereforeMagic, 463:mechanism, or with the man as he attempts to master the technique of the magical work and so becomeMagic, 473:Concentrate the thinking principle, and be the master of thy mental world. Learn that the thinkerMagic, 485:is responsible for the work of his creation. The Master Jesus, for instance, has still to deal withMagic, 488:spiritual illumination or for recognition by the Master may bring such a flood of light as to blindMagic, 549:The fire destroys that which impedes my way, and master of the air am I. Through all the world ofMagic, 558:of purpose, so will be the potency. The Master of all the Masters has said, "If thine eye beMagic, 582:Remember that no man is a disciple, in the Master's sense of the word, who is not a pioneer. AMagic, 584:which will fit him in his turn to be a Master. This loneliness is not due to any separative spiritMagic, 593:its beautiful ritual of the raising of the great Master-Mason. Only when there is united effort ofMagic, 594:is told that "when the pupil is ready, the Master will appear". He then settles comfortably backMagic, 594:upon an attempt to attract the attention of some Master, having apparently settled in his mind thatMagic, 594:It is indeed true that at the right moment the Master will appear, but the right moment isMagic, 594:forth and the centers are active, then the Master will take the man in hand. In the meantime he mayMagic, 594:In the meantime he may have a vision of the Master, or he may see a thought-form of the Master, andMagic, 594:the Master, or he may see a thought-form of the Master, and may get much real good and inspirationMagic, 594:with the reflected reality, but it is not the Master and does not indicate the stage of acceptedMagic, 594:if I may so express it, introduce you to your Master. With all due reverence again may I add, thatMagic, 594:With all due reverence again may I add, that the Master waits not with eagerness to make yourMagic, 594:great work it should be remembered that when a Master [595] takes an aspirant into His group ofMagic, 595:desist from wasting time and looking for a Master; they should achieve mastery where now they areMagic, 595:of such complete self-forgetfulness that the Master may find no hindrance in His approach to them. Magic, 602:the terms "accepted disciple, initiate, adept, master" would be negligible and much trouble wouldMagic, 615:and the known are one. The secret science of the Master of the Wisdom is the secret of how toMagic, 615:the fires in the early stages. The secret of the Master is the discovery that there is no astralMagic, 638:a phenomenal individual whom they call a Master, with so much leisure, of such developed powersMagic, 638:being, be he a beloved friend, teacher, or a Master of the Wisdom. I seek not to repeat myself.Meditation, 4:time progresses, and later with the aid of the Master, harmony of color and tone is produced (aMeditation, 4:threefold masterpiece of the Logos or God, the Master-Musician. [5] Meditation, 5:and gradually this consummation is achieved. The Master is He Who has blended all the lines ofMeditation, 10:opportunity to the Ego, and later to the Master, to disturb that equilibrium and tune the quiescentMeditation, 12:in middle Europe by those linked with the Master Jesus and His disciples, or in India, Tibet orMeditation, 12:or in India, Tibet or China by the pupils of the Master M. or the Master K. H. Now comes to all ofMeditation, 12:or China by the pupils of the Master M. or the Master K. H. Now comes to all of you the mostMeditation, 16:affiliated groups of pupils under [16] some one Master, until all are included in theMeditation, 28:flames forth, and catches the eager eye of the Master. This marks the period between twenty-eightMeditation, 29:becomes spiritual. The man then becomes a Master of the Wisdom and is of the symbolic age ofMeditation, 33:realizes consciously its relationship to the Master, and seeks to transmit that consciousness toMeditation, 34:The relationship of the Ego to some one Master is at this stage consciously realized, but isMeditation, 35:causal consciousness, who reports again to the Master. All this is done with the cooperation of theMeditation, 35:development: The Adept of his Ray. The Master of his group. A disciple with causal consciousness. AMeditation, 37:but not elsewhere. Hence, pain ceases for a Master. That is, pain as we know it on earth, which isMeditation, 37:thus in groups and under the guidance of a Master. By frequent attempts to definitely control theMeditation, 39:when meditation forms are duly set by a Master. He has to take into wise consideration the egoicMeditation, 39:also big egoic group and through that group the Master to Whom he is consequently linked, thoughMeditation, 41:to a cause, as demonstrated under the ray of the Master Jesus; therefore the clashing in everyMeditation, 41:of the incoming force, that of the ray of the Master R. Out of the present turbulence will ariseMeditation, 44:the look of commendation that comes from the Master is the one to seek. Should lying tongues takeMeditation, 44:factor of a man's groups. The relationship to a Master we have somewhat considered, [45] and I willMeditation, 65:is set up that reaches the disciple or the Master responsible for the group and which enables himMeditation, 68:that are definitely working under some one Master, and conforming to certain procedure laid down byMeditation, 68:of these groups will therefore be chosen by the Master. Groups working specifically under one ofMeditation, 84:blue than golden. Build there the picture of the Master, in etheric, emotional and mental matter.Meditation, 84:conducts a man into the presence of the Master. The solar plexus is the seat of the emotions andMeditation, 86:a physical body that is his servant and not his master. Today we will bring this letter to a close.Meditation, 89:each country, and is directly under the eye of a Master, focusing through H.P.B. Information as toMeditation, 91:has no desire save to find out the plans of the Master, and then to assist definitely in makingMeditation, 94:judge than the student himself. Above all, the Master will know, for the results on causal levelsMeditation, 103:to circulate under the direct instruction of the Master and consciously distributed by the studentMeditation, 113:meditation. That is the center that he needs to master, he learns by the wise use of mantrams, byMeditation, 119:as follows: The groups of pupils of some one Master to Whom he may be attached, and with Whom heMeditation, 119:should be directly under the guidance of his Master, and any formula followed that is not adjustedMeditation, 122:where he can contact the teachers or even the Master, and in his endeavor to eliminate all thoughtMeditation, 132:and ideas purporting to come from his own Master but which are but subtle suggestions that hinderMeditation, 133:likewise upon his Teacher, or even upon his Master, for the assistance that they can give. TheseMeditation, 145:daily, with care and love and attention, of his Master, to him the embodiment of the ideal higherMeditation, 146:first of all, by the love of the man for his Master, and later (when adequate for the purpose) itMeditation, 146:adequate for the purpose) it is vitalized by the Master Himself. At a certain stage in developmentMeditation, 146:The man recognizes himself as a part of the Master's consciousness and through that all embracingMeditation, 146:through the various other individuals to the Master. The other type will start with meditation onMeditation, 147:intensest devotion to the God within or to the Master Whom he recognizes; the occultist attains byMeditation, 148:with its manipulation and uses, and he has to master and control all lower forms of manifestation,Meditation, 149:that center with other centers - such as his Master, or some saint, or even with the supreme LogosMeditation, 163:in meditation to call the attention of some one Master. These mantrams are communicated to TheirMeditation, 163:to Their disciples, and by their means the Master's attention is attracted, and His assistanceMeditation, 164:custodian of a mantram whereby he may call his Master. There are also seven mantrams that are knownMeditation, 165:Self or Ego. It puts him in contact with his Master, and through that Master with one of the GreatMeditation, 165:him in contact with his Master, and through that Master with one of the Great Lords, - dependentMeditation, 165:times in the chanting of the mantram under the Master's direction. Mantrams, or formulas of words,Meditation, 166:and will later be used under the guidance of the Master for increasing vibration, for causingMeditation, 166:will follow this with the mantram that calls his Master, and which puts him en rapport with theMeditation, 168:points may be his Higher Self, they may be his Master, they may be an ideal... But they are onlyMeditation, 171:to the group egoic and its focal point, a Master; from the ruler of the group he rises to the Manu,Meditation, 172:blends himself first with his Ego, then with his Master, next with his group egoic and then withMeditation, 174:of human evolution hold rank equal to that of a Master of the seventh Initiation. Others are equalMeditation, 174:equal in development (along their own line) to a Master of the fifth Initiation, and they workMeditation, 187:one for each ray, that (when used by the Master or by a member of the Hierarchy) combine all theMeditation, 215:and to synchronize it later with that of the Master. One of the main methods of effecting thisMeditation, 223:on the next step ahead lies the open road to the Master, and the incidental clearing away of all
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