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Autobiography, 263:have not yet done. The discipline to which the neophyte in the future should subject himself mustAutobiography, 266:in all schools for beginners; by their means the neophyte establishes habits of purity and buildsAutobiography, 266:work. This elementary training enables the neophyte to shift his consciousness out of the tangibleDestiny, 144:with Shamballa are always exciting to the neophyte who is apt to forget that he must make hisDiscipleship1, 94:been fanciful and grievously distorted. When a neophyte first of all applies to the Master for theDiscipleship1, 687:These statements may be entirely correct; the neophyte, however, is usually too blind or prejudicedDiscipleship1, 689:of already imparted truths. The attitude of the neophyte is, therefore, based upon the need forDiscipleship1, 723:charts) from the senior disciple who has the neophyte in charge. It is in this way that manyDiscipleship1, 726:which the senior disciple has to teach the neophyte. In this way the latter is aided to see "in theDiscipleship1, 733:out the significance of the experience to the neophyte. Workers in the spiritual field should bearDiscipleship1, 736:contact and the intense preoccupation of the neophyte with his own growth. The cry of the neophyteDiscipleship1, 736:the neophyte with his own growth. The cry of the neophyte is: "Tell me. Tell me. Then I willDiscipleship1, 740:for like aid. This is a hard first lesson. The neophyte is always more consciously conceited thanDiscipleship1, 751:the new chela and to stand between him and the neophyte. Some initiate-chela takes him in hand andDiscipleship1, 755:and is the first kind of contact to which the neophyte responds in the later stages of theDiscipleship1, 759:but presupposes initiate understanding. The neophyte knows that the goal of the occultist is toDiscipleship1, 760:aware of the dangers incident to the untrained neophyte endeavoring to distribute forces, to directDiscipleship1, 764:it becomes more difficult to give the neophyte a true picture of the state of consciousness and theDiscipleship2, 11:A.A.B. and myself. Earlier, I explained that a neophyte in an ashram is under the guidance of aDiscipleship2, 11:charts) from the senior disciple who has the neophyte in charge. It is in this way that manyDiscipleship2, 60:He has also to consider the ability of the neophyte under training to take and hold the far greaterDiscipleship2, 68:erroneously interpreted as irritation by the neophyte, but it is not in fact irritation in theDiscipleship2, 142:last year. It is hard, I know, for the neophyte at any stage along the Path to grasp the necessityDiscipleship2, 205:of the service to be rendered. Gradually the neophyte swings into the rhythm of the Ashram, andDiscipleship2, 233:answering and of great encouragement to the neophyte. The various grades and ranks of initiates andDiscipleship2, 258:on an entirely fresh meaning. The inexperienced neophyte is constantly receiving revelations andDiscipleship2, 265:and yet an advanced one from the angle of the neophyte (which you should not be). I will take oneDiscipleship2, 265:worlds knows. That knowledge is limited in the neophyte, deepening in the disciple and profound inDiscipleship2, 280:with facility, but which seem so amazing to the neophyte. They appear to him of such magnitude andDiscipleship2, 283:will produce more creative results and lead the neophyte along a safer road, with fewerDiscipleship2, 293:signifies an extension of the struggle which the neophyte makes in order to achieve inner control,Discipleship2, 384:first two initiations which always seem to the neophyte of major importance. After the thirdDiscipleship2, 549:this discreet appreciation takes time, and the neophyte is always on guard against any intrusionDiscipleship2, 582:is oft forgotten and is most confusing to the neophyte in its earlier manifestations. Later, theDiscipleship2, 632:stage, the half-opened eye is the symbol. The neophyte, just admitted into the Ashram, becomes (asDiscipleship2, 707:spiritual realities real and provocative to the neophyte? Can your imagination picture to you yourExternalisation, 654:devotion - unintelligently expressed - of the neophyte upon the occult way. It is occult studentsExternalisation, 690:protective rules which are not available to the neophyte. The latter must learn, first of all, howFire, 750:while the hand of the Master might lead the neophyte through the dangers of the stage where, likeGlamour, 55:soul contact, seems to the unaccustomed neophyte to be of a supreme wonder and of vital moment. TheGlamour, 61:When thus contacted and discovered, the neophyte is apt to regard his achievement in a personal wayGlamour, 184:the plight of humanity is hard indeed. Even the neophyte upon the way of the intuition can begin toHealing, 259:anent liberation. The goal held before the neophyte is liberation, freedom, emancipation; this, byHealing, 285:an equable and even interplay. The more the neophyte studies this subject of healing the moreHealing, 288:except with ameliorative results in mind. No neophyte knows enough of karma to work with confidenceHealing, 288:that undue expectation which today handicaps the neophyte. Assume consciously the position thatHealing, 306:Questions Answered Most questions asked by the neophyte would remain unasked if he had moreHealing, 659:the Law of Perfection are loosely called (by the neophyte) the spiritual laws, but of these heIntellect, 232:method suggested above is a safe way for the neophyte. There are others that will occur to the mindIntellect, 254:referred. These troubles are the troubles of the neophyte in the science of meditation [255] andMagic, 205:and produce conditions disastrous to the neophyte. Assimilation and elimination are laws of theMagic, 550:I tell you is apt to be found confusing by the neophyte for the words energy, dynamic purpose,Patanjali, 146:seeds of latent karma are more difficult for the neophyte to work with and it is here that hisPatanjali, 206:an interlude of great difficulty in the life of neophyte, and the process is symbolized for us inPatanjali, 256:consciousness, etc. It is useless for the neophyte to attempt to comprehend until he has developedPatanjali, 422:and initiate as they are for the humblest neophyte. In Book II the methods whereby the hindrancesPatanjali, 424:of spiritual knowledge. It is difficult for the neophyte to be impersonal where his own spiritualPsychology1, 127:of the rays and their colors is confusing to the neophyte. I can but indicate some thoughts, and inPsychology1, 128:the intricacy of the subject is baffling to the neophyte. A ray confers, through its energy,Psychology2, 44:individual desire to shine. In olden days, the neophyte was forced into a prolonged silence. SpeechPsychology2, 44:ideas, based on inadequate knowledge. Today, the neophyte must learn the same lesson of attentionPsychology2, 393:and brain consciousness - no easy task for the neophyte and something which lies far ahead for thePsychology2, 484:to this attitude and to the holding out to the neophyte of this glamorous hope. In view of this, IPsychology2, 488:agencies to which the poor and ignorant neophyte may fall a victim. Psychology2, 488:and is greatly helped by the fact that the neophyte knows pretty well, exactly what his instructorPsychology2, 488:circumstance. 2. The introverted attitude of the neophyte or mystic brings to the surface all hisPsychology2, 489:hours of consciousness and interpreted by the neophyte as the voice of God, giving guidance. 5. ThePsychology2, 623:subtle in the extreme and most difficult for the neophyte to distinguish. Each one leads to its ownRays, 42:looms large in the consciousness of the neophyte; the higher Way is the determining factor in theRays, 113:occult age which has now definitely dawned, the neophyte will be taught to see the picture whole,Rays, 149:Plan. The complexity lies in the thinking of the neophyte. The initiate knows it not. First let usRays, 168:and focused energy, can then be used. Glibly the neophyte talks of identifying himself with others,Rays, 175:at moments of highest spiritual aspiration, the neophyte refers to the time when "we stand whereRays, 203:as the attainment of physical control sets the neophyte free for the learning of higher lessons inRays, 292:have you note that all the words given to the neophyte refer basically to something he must do inRays, 295:to the ashramic creative purpose. What, as a neophyte, he "touched" because of what he could gainRays, 301:old catechism which seeks to make clear to the neophyte upon the verge of acceptance theRays, 344:answer form. The questions are addressed to the neophyte who is getting his first glimpse of groupRays, 351:barrier and obstacle; to the true spiritual neophyte, the door connotes "overcoming." We shall notRays, 352:which seeks to sidetrack and mislead the neophyte and which is attracted to him by ancient habitRays, 439:it is well-nigh impossible for the neophyte to vision a time when he will be free from allRays, 485:and to see interpretations not apparent to the neophyte. [486] Perhaps by the time we haveRays, 558:the rays, and thus refresh the memory of the neophyte: Rays of Aspect: The Ray of Power, Will orTelepathy, 192:these relationships is most difficult for the neophyte to grasp, and this difficulty is further
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