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

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Meditation, 275:effect of the spoken word as enunciated by the pupil. This is (putting it occultly) the effect onMeditation, 275:effect on the inner planes of the note of the pupil's exoteric life. He enlarges the consciousnessMeditation, 275:life. He enlarges the consciousness of the pupil in various ways, and develops his capacity toMeditation, 275:sphere. His immediate goal in working with the pupil is to prepare him for the first initiation.Meditation, 275:This takes place when the capacity of the pupil to hold a certain rate of vibration for a specificMeditation, 275:intervals, and later more frequently, until the pupil can vibrate with greater ease and comfort toMeditation, 276:subtler planes. He develops the capacity of the pupil to work in group formation. He studies hisMeditation, 276:on his own affiliated group. He works with the pupil's causal body and its expansion andMeditation, 276:its expansion and development, and teaches the pupil to understand the law of his own being andMeditation, 276:with the earlier stages of this work, before the pupil is admitted into the later stages of closeMeditation, 277:to greater diligence and application. If the pupil himself on his side provides not the justMeditation, 277:Master to carry out His side of the work. As the pupil meditates with occult accuracy be brings hisMeditation, 277:the Master able to work with the bodies of the pupil. If naught else is effected by the publicationMeditation, 277:In that effort the right conditions between pupil and Master, and a correct interrelation will beMeditation, 277:as enumerated yesterday when considering the pupil's relationship to a Master. In the period whenMeditation, 278:images and via them stimulates the bodies of the pupil. A time comes when the Master sees, from HisMeditation, 279:done by the Master is of very real interest. The pupil is assigned to special classes conducted byMeditation, 279:ways: At intervals, and when the progress of the pupil justifies it, He "gathers the pupil to HisMeditation, 279:of the pupil justifies it, He "gathers the pupil to His Heart." This is an esoteric statement of aMeditation, 279:of a very interesting experience to which the pupil will be subjected. At the close of some classMeditation, 279:some specially successful meditation wherein the pupil has reached a certain rate of vibration, theMeditation, 279:work. The Master works upon the bodies of his pupil with color, and brings about results in thoseMeditation, 279:about results in those bodies that enable the pupil to make more rapid progress. Now you will seeMeditation, 280:evolutions. This can be safely done by the pupil through the protective effect of the Master'sMeditation, 280:aura. Later, when himself an initiate, the pupil will be taught how to protect himself and to makeMeditation, 280:over the work of stimulating the centers in the pupil's bodies and the awakening of the inner fire.Meditation, 280:the awakening of the inner fire. He teaches the pupil the meaning of the centers and their correctMeditation, 280:rotation and in time He will bring the pupil to a point where he can consciously and with fullMeditation, 280:pupils. I take not up the later stages of the pupil's progress. We lead all on by gradual steps,Meditation, 280:intellectually those we seek to help. When the pupil has equipped himself, when he has purifiedMeditation, 290:it be marked, until there comes a time when the pupil can link up as easily in this manner with hisMeditation, 290:he formed his figures. Just what did occur? The pupil had succeeded in doing three things:Meditation, 291:is frequently attended by perfume. In time the pupil learns how to raise his vibration to a certainMeditation, 291:As time progresses and the response of the pupil grows, the Master on His side will attract hisMeditation, 292:one of the methods which are indicative to the pupil that he is succeeding, through the abilityMeditation, 292:Causal Consciousness This is indicative of the pupil's having developed (mayhap in small degree,Meditation, 292:have flashes of egoic consciousness but when the pupil can consciously raise himself, when he withMeditation, 293:increases until the point is reached when the pupil can at any time find out what is the will ofMeditation, 294:brief to catch. But as time progresses, and the pupil succeeds in again and yet again getting aMeditation, 294:have said before, many are the methods whereby a pupil becomes aware of success in the path ofMeditation, 295:forth of the response must be the work of the pupil, and that the hour of that response dependsMeditation, 295:delay. Equally, naught can really hasten, so the pupil need not waste time in doleful ponderingsMeditation, 303:school or under another Master." Should a pupil desire so to do he is perfectly free to seek outMeditation, 307:under the eye of the Bodhisattva, preparing the pupil for initiation upon the second ray. The firstMeditation, 312:truth, with the abstract development of the pupil, and with work on causal levels. One can be bestMeditation, 312:with them, in service and struggle, the pupil may learn to know himself. The other will be forMeditation, 313:auric egg approaches the desired point, then the pupil will pass into the more advanced school, andMeditation, 315:will be largely to develop the lower mind of the pupil and to link it up with the higherMeditation, 316:rigidly demanded of each and every pupil. This life of service will be carefully watched andMeditation, 316:is that in this there will be no compulsion. The pupil will know what is expected of him and whatMeditation, 317:emotional, physical and mental equipping of the pupil, and his passing into the advanced school inMeditation, 318:will not be compulsory but voluntary, for each pupil will realize the necessity and will renderMeditation, 318:who will be accepted disciples, and every pupil under them must have passed through the preparatoryMeditation, 319:and to superintend work initiated by the pupil himself, and not compelled by the teacher.Meditation, 319:watch over the manipulation of matter by the pupil and his demonstration of the laws ofMeditation, 319:the akashic records, but as you will see, the pupil is the one in this school who initiates andMeditation, 320:and not ascertained and fixed facts: [320] The pupil must be free from obligatory karma and able toMeditation, 320:or money charged, and no money transaction. The pupil must be somewhat self-supporting and able toMeditation, 320:of supply and demand occultly interpreted. The pupil must be able to measure up to the averageMeditation, 320:the causal body is of a certain capacity can the pupil profit by the curriculum. Therefore, withMeditation, 320:will the final verdict lie as to whether a pupil may enter or not. That word will be final, andMeditation, 320:and will be passed after due inspection of the pupil by the Head of the school through clairvoyantMeditation, 321:will guide the Head in his final decision. The pupil must be over twenty-one and under forty-twoMeditation, 323:shrine curtain will carry the sign of the pupil's nativity - his sign, rising sign, and controllingMeditation, 324:These curtains will be the [324] property of the pupil, as will the mat within the shrine whichMeditation, 326:during the day there will be for every pupil in the school three periods of meditation - atMeditation, 326:and at sunset. During the earlier part of the pupil's attendance at the school these periods willMeditation, 327:each of the other two periods of meditation, the pupil is permitted to relax, take his meals andMeditation, 327:to the completion of his record. The length of a pupil's stay in the school depends entirely uponMeditation, 327:them to teach the younger brethren. A pupil passes out of the school, not as a result of anMeditation, 327:upon esoteric results in the bodies of the pupil, upon the clarity of his auric colors and upon theMeditation, 328:apportion specific meditation adjusted to the pupil's need. Once a year the Master responsible forMeditation, 328:and though He may be in constant touch with His pupil privately, this affects not His officialMeditation, 330:ray. You will see for yourself that when the pupil has completed the above curriculum he will be aMeditation, 330:and the definite spiritual awakening of the pupil. The study of the pupil's vibration, ray, colorMeditation, 330:awakening of the pupil. The study of the pupil's vibration, ray, color and tone. The consciousPatanjali, 50:The occult tests which are imposed upon the pupil when he shows ability, The triumph of the pupil,Patanjali, 50:pupil when he shows ability, The triumph of the pupil, The recognition of his triumph andPatanjali, 57:is love. The Guru or Master who leads a pupil up to the door of initiation and who watches over himPatanjali, 221:safely be given directly by the teacher to the pupil, after a proper study of the bodily conditionsPatanjali, 221:a proper study of the bodily conditions of that pupil. It is not possible nor right to give in aPatanjali, 222:teaching by a master in this science to his pupil. There is extreme danger attendant upon thePatanjali, 222:this world and the astral world, before the pupil is properly "balanced between the pairs of
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