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Autobiography, 157:and sustaining lodges and increasing the membership than in reaching the general public with theAutobiography, 159:hallmark of the initiate. Amongst the advanced membership there was competition and claim makingAutobiography, 188:as wiser and more spiritual than the rest of the membership and those who loved their fellowmen,Autobiography, 189:involved and the principles at stake to the membership of the T.S. When Wadia discovered that thisAutobiography, 189:with its work. The next election took place, the membership named its choice (or rather the E.S.Autobiography, 191:attitude of the current Theosophical leaders and membership has always amused me. They have neverAutobiography, 194:therefore in this century at least have a large membership. Those ready to be trained in theAutobiography, 195:fires of aspiration and nurtured devotion in its membership [196] but that we were a school forAutobiography, 212:being. Through the books and through the growing membership of the School, Foster and I were comingAutobiography, 229:our steady stiffening of the requirements of membership. Increasingly we find ourselves rejectingAutobiography, 246:work to be done, or the Master wants the membership to do thus and so. Those who obeyed wereAutobiography, 249:an esoteric school started which would leave the membership free, which would bind them by noAutobiography, 255:to bring the fact of the Hierarchy and its membership more definitely before the public and in aAutobiography, 263:is today a closed organization, exclusive in its membership, fostering an unwholesome sense ofBethlehem, 26:and why initiation seems so far away from the membership of most of the groups who claim an insightDiscipleship1, 34:have a wider vision than they now have; their membership in any of the [35] groups constitutes anDiscipleship1, 588:working in this group? Why do you retain your membership in it? The reasons which prompt me to askDiscipleship1, 695:then it may be possible later to increase the membership, power and size of any Ashram. [696] ThisDiscipleship1, 734:Ashram or group, [734] the responsiveness of the membership to the questions, registered either byDiscipleship1, 778:work to be done, or the Master wants the membership to do thus and so. Those who obeyed wereDiscipleship1, 781:an esoteric school started which would leave the membership free, which would bind them by noDiscipleship1, 787:to bring the fact of the Hierarchy and its membership more definitely before the public and in aDiscipleship2, 204:set meditation of occult schools and churches; membership in the group, however, requires theDiscipleship2, 633:to enter the Ashram with the full consent of its membership. He hovers, however, on the peripheryDiscipleship2, 712:out into the Arcane School, enveloping its membership. Secondly - and here you must endeavor toExternalisation, 16:with dire results if they cooperate with the membership of other groups. Instead, they shouldExternalisation, 512:true inner esoteric group are many, but their membership is yet small, for the fact that a studentExternalisation, 559:within the Hierarchy and in relation to Its Membership. Disciples upon the periphery of any AshramExternalisation, 574:interior preparation and applies to its chosen membership the needed training and the desiredHercules, 72:to be masters and are brought to the position of membership in the band of world servers throughProblems, 34:with all available means to increase their membership and to imprison the free spirit in man. ThereProblems, 94:are spreading dissension and seeking to gain in membership at the expense of other groups; the richProblems, 149:the Head of the spiritual Hierarchy and its Membership, this effort was intentional, conscious andPsychology1, 114:The members of these tiny outer groups (whose membership and grouping are known only to those whoPsychology2, 484:orders are passed on to the rank and file of the membership of the organization and promptPsychology2, 638:subjective world government. They draw their membership (if such an inadequate word can be used)Psychology2, 642:their intention to utilize. It is found in the membership of every group which exists for worldPsychology2, 715:task of this group, or the significance of its membership? It is a group of men and women who arePsychology2, 726:unduly influence the rank and the file of the membership. Yet a definitely closer rapprochement isRays, 69:[69] itself needs the protection of its full membership in order rightly to absorb the incomingRays, 139:then becomes a factual part of the hierarchical membership. Of that Truth, we know (as aspirants)Rays, 276:of Sanat Kumara and of Those Who constitute its membership. I would pause here to remind you of twoRays, 341:Initiation admits the aspirant into membership in the Hierarchy. This involves, speaking
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