Share

[Get This]

Previous    Next    Up    ToC    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - STUDENT
stuck

STUDENT
(page 1 of 10)

students


Statement:little longer upon the Path than has the average student, and has therefore incurred greaterStatement:and good. But should this not be so, let not the student accept what is said. To Energy Enhancement Meditation HomepageAstrology, 36:vitality. Much light can come to the earnest student through a study of the numbers connected withAstrology, 36:serves to conceal, but it will also confuse the student. The first four Hierarchies achievedAstrology, 40:Some clues to this mystery will come if the student carefully bears in mind that in our solarAstrology, 41:are too complicated to be given here, but the student should bear in mind that these HierarchiesAstrology, 65:There seems to be no fixed rule and the student gets bewildered. Orthodox astrology posits one setAstrology, 79:will be easily interpreted by the intuitive student. Some of the tasks which I propose to undertakeAstrology, 87:suggested the following: "It would repay the student to contemplate the interesting succession ofAstrology, 110:was so expressed by an interested astrological student. It involved the following inquiry: GrantedAstrology, 165:the signs first of all, so as to familiarize the student with the general scheme and the universalAstrology, 179:I am simple hinting at them and am leaving the student to work out the various implications forAstrology, 189:study of this sign. I would suggest that the student bear in mind the position of this sign.Astrology, 202:this will be of the utmost value to the earnest student. Even though I am endeavoring to lay theAstrology, 219:intuition of the astrologer and of the esoteric student must be called out. These planets areAstrology, 233:in the mind of the average astrological student with the signs Taurus and Scorpio. This is probablyAstrology, 241:and well worth the close investigation of the student as are all these major triplicities. Each ofAstrology, 311:This sign is not an easy one for the average student to understand for it is the polar opposite -Astrology, 311:time, tending. It is difficult for the casual student to distinguish accurately between massAstrology, 322:It is also as difficult and hard for the average student of modern times to grasp theAstrology, 351:universal group awareness. This the intelligent student can trace with moderate facility inAstrology, 353:Gemini, but it is too abstruse for the ordinary student. It is nevertheless an esoteric fact to beAstrology, 408:average astrologer and certainly to the average student. I would remind you, however, that severalAstrology, 411:fluidity, enlargement and expansion. The careful student of human affairs will note this as heAstrology, 443:time from a study of these matters, provided the student of esotericism rests not content withAstrology, 447:triangles, it [447] will become apparent to the student that the combination of the influences ofAstrology, 453:this time factor is properly understood and the student knows to what specific cycle theAstrology, 457:which is little realized by the average occult student. I refer to the outlets of planetary energyAstrology, 459:In the study of this Science of Triangles, the student must bear in mind that there is always oneAstrology, 461:this most abstruse subject can be gained if the student will attempt to realize that the aboveAstrology, 463:but not in the Reality. It must be noted by the student that: The masses of men express downpouringAstrology, 469:This statement of course means little to any student at this time. When, however, he is ableAstrology, 475:my intention to analyze these crises. These, the student who is in earnest and who is observant canAstrology, 496:I have shifted the approach of the astrological student away from the world of tangible happenings,Astrology, 531:of occultism but it can be understood if the student remembers that the centers in his etheric bodyAstrology, 599:this expression of the divine will, the student should bear in mind the occult aphorism thatAstrology, 632:enough in this treatise to enable the interested student to work out for himself their subjectiveAstrology, 651:working through them are accurately given. The student, however, must remember three things: ThatAstrology, 680:been grasped and realized by the average occult student who has been pondering this teaching withAstrology, 680:First, it should be borne in mind by the occult student that: This advent signalized the taking ofAstrology, 682:complexity that is enough to stagger the average student. The planetary wheel of life turns on itsAstrology, 690:name must be ascertained by the intuition of the student. These three govern the appropriation byAtom, 45:is to be known," is still the rule for the wise student. If each one of us would scientificallyAutobiography, 1:by discovering how a theologically minded Bible student could come to the firm conviction that theAutobiography, 3:to change conditions. I became next an occult student, a writer of books which have had a wide andAutobiography, 144:I was beginning to get a little bit known as a student. It was suggested to me that in view of theAutobiography, 167:It is almost like the ability which the advanced student of meditation can demonstrate to holdAutobiography, 194:given by the workers at Headquarters and the student-secretaries out in the field. We started withAutobiography, 196:their heart or their head and the true occult student is a combination of both. No Arcane SchoolAutobiography, 197:everything else, this is a school in which a student is taught that the souls of men are one. IAutobiography, 198:to the students and I feel free to drop a student any time if he is not profiting by what we do. WeAutobiography, 226:developed investigating spirit. She was a great student of the Tibetan's books and I kept herAutobiography, 226:disposal for two years by a friend and school student. During these years all the three girlsAutobiography, 237:phrases and introduces them to the occidental student, whilst at the same time it makes practicalAutobiography, 250:each human being. No theology is taught and the student is under no compulsion to accept anyAutobiography, 267:taught. It is the major line of approach to the student, and soul contact becomes his first greatAutobiography, 271:time he lives among them as a learner and fellow student, treading the Way with those who must beAutobiography, 276:the measure of understanding possessed by the student, plus some basic instruction in the nature ofAutobiography, 277:unfoldment of consciousness and prepares the student to profit from the teaching to be given in theAutobiography, 278:considered and the active participation of the student invoked. Later, when the disciple becomes anAutobiography, 279:in these basic fundamentals, so that the student can profit by the wealth of literature andAutobiography, 279:the remainder of this century will produce. The student has, first of all, to gain a general ideaAutobiography, 282:meditation work becomes more intensive as the student passes from one degree to another. NoAutobiography, 283:major expectations: These are as follows: Each student is pledged to occult obedience. Each studentAutobiography, 283:student is pledged to occult obedience. Each student is entirely free to profit or not by theAutobiography, 283:to profit or not by the school curriculum. Each student can, if he chooses, become a worker in theAutobiography, 284:no pledges or vows to obey are exacted from any student, at any stage. As the students haveAutobiography, 284:to bring about this sensitivity and enable the student, therefore, to work in the light of soulAutobiography, 285:in the spiritual life and efforts of the student. The help given in the meditation work and theAutobiography, 285:The requirements cannot be imposed. If the student profits by the work and by the help given, weAutobiography, 285:that again is his business. To leave the student completely free is a fundamental aim of the ArcaneAutobiography, 285:intelligently and to grow spiritually. The student can work or not, as he chooses; he is free toAutobiography, 285:leave, when he so desires. Necessarily, if the student never works, never studies, and never sendsAutobiography, 285:reserve to ourselves the right to drop a student from our list if we feel he is not profiting fromAutobiography, 285:to give him. It is also our policy to leave the student entirely free as regards his private life.Autobiography, 285:set its own standard as time goes on, if the student is sincere and earnest. We ask no questionsAutobiography, 285:can assume control. It is our aim to help the student to bring in that control by teaching him theAutobiography, 286:effort as providing a field of service for the student and we approve of the attempt to spread theAutobiography, 286:Wisdom. We regard it as a healthy sign when a student tries to work this way, for the need of theAutobiography, 287:the attitude of the workers at Headquarters if a student rejects the doctrine of reincarnation andAutobiography, 287:This attitude or approach to truth we ask the student to hold because we feel that he should regardAutobiography, 287:and interrelated. Later the attention of the student is directed towards Those Who bringAutobiography, 288:and a deep love for one's fellowmen. The student who learns to apply these ancient rules to hisAutobiography, 290:truth. The attitude which the Arcane School student is encouraged to develop is best summed up inAutobiography, 292:and acceptances of the conscious mind of the student do not, in reality, interfere with his abilityAutobiography, 294:according to the thinking and wish of the student. There is, as you well know, no official,Autobiography, 295:factors and other presented teachings which the student is asked to study but which he againBethlehem, 61:Creeds, by Edward Carpenter, p. 50. Any student of comparative religion can investigate the truthBethlehem, 177:angle, His appearance was unprecedented. No student of comparative religion will question theBethlehem, 198:God is in no way responsible for human sin." - A Student's Philosophy of Religion, by William K.Bethlehem, 249:of rebirth is evident to the unprejudiced student. In the last analysis, if perfection is to beDestiny, 11:upheaval, that it is difficult for the average student to conceive of its nature. These fiveDestiny, 27:uncertain factors that it is difficult for a student to arrive at those true indications which willDestiny, 28:to definite and tangible happenings. Any deep student of human affairs could follow the same lineDestiny, 47:influences the leading nations of the world, the student should bear in mind the fact that all areDestiny, 62:race and should prove of deep interest to every student of history. [63] Destiny, 77:interesting to the detached and open-minded student. [78] Aries - with its rulers, Mars, MercuryDestiny, 131:may sound fanciful and fantastic to the average student. Discipleship1, XIV:of Discipleship is it possible for the esoteric student accurately to surmise what his ray may be.Discipleship1, 111:life. There is a real danger to the earnest student in the widespread attitude of mind which
Previous    Next    Up    ToC    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
.
 
 
NEWSLETTER
NAME:
EMAIL:
Google
Search energyenhancement.org Search web