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

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Glamour, 179:practice of alignment should have prepared the student of the higher mysteries. These steps mustGlamour, 179:of fire for which Raja Yoga has prepared the student. Next come six more stages in the Technique,Glamour, 192:techniques are apt to be misunderstood if the student fails to remember that between them lie noGlamour, 246:of the individual problem, advising the student to endeavor to extend his understanding of theGlamour, 257:into which the idea has to be launched, then the student can safely follow certain scheduledHealing, 2:difficult for new ideas to enter and for the student to assimilate the hitherto unknown. AspirantsHealing, 4:touch upon the causes of disease, for the occult student must ever begin in the world of originsHealing, 31:be somewhat apparent to the advanced esoteric student. As you know, the magnetic field isHealing, 46:will be dependent upon the point of view of the student. We shall employ it later and add furtherHealing, 53:if I made clear that one of the first things a student has to remember is that - for the majorityHealing, 53:so call it) constitutes a "hard saying" for the student to understand in relation to his ownHealing, 103:Here are the first rules which I would have the student master: Preliminary Rules for RadiatoryHealing, 146:a truth, completes a picture, and gives the student a symbolic idea of that which is essentially aHealing, 150:is one that must ever be held in mind as the student seeks to comprehend the centers, interiorlyHealing, 150:must be borne in mind, and the thoughts of the student must not be permitted to rove too far afieldHealing, 150:and upon the emerging quality. When that student is a disciple or an initiate, he will be able alsoHealing, 184:which has produced so much danger. The initiate-student seeks to grasp the relation of the threeHealing, 190:certain broad generalizations are grasped by the student before he begins to study the exceptionsHealing, 241:laya-yoga of Atlantean days. Then the advanced student will control the centers by the power ofHealing, 276:matter they appear to be today to the student of the advanced occult theories. Medical men in theHealing, 284:of the disease. The safest plan for the average student of healing or for a healing group is toHealing, 312:nature. This will surprise you but so it is. A student with some insight into occult causes mightHealing, 456:phenomenal aspects of the death process. If the student is thinking clearly, it will be apparent toHealing, 509:are occult students. They forget that an occult student is one who is in search of that which isHealing, 543:I could have said, but I have here given the student a simple and working understanding of certainHealing, 629:Abstruseness is related to the ignorance of the student - not to the mode of presentation of theHealing, 646:- command it. I do not advise any interested student to ponder overmuch along this line or toHealing, 658:has been given in such a manner that the student will have to hunt through its pages and gatherHealing, 694:relatively low point in evolution of the average student and experimenter has served as aHealing, 706:significances, the lowest of which the modern student may succeed in interpreting for himself if heHercules, 207:in such terms that meets the need of the modern student. A study of the Twelve Labors of Hercules,Initiation, 2:of alleged facts, or a theory evolved by one student and presented for the consideration of fellowInitiation, 7:points of analogy are possible to the average student. The moment he attempts to reduce to chartInitiation, 7:form, that will embody much of the truth. The student will then awake to the realization that afterInitiation, 9:all else is apparent to the most superficial student, and that is, that the magnitude of theInitiation, 23:which our own Planetary Logos embodies. The wise student will ponder on this statement, for itInitiation, 90:he search these subjects with application, the student will find much that concerns him personally,Initiation, 95:sacrifice, has a pre-eminent place. The student needs to remind himself that the other planetaryInitiation, 100:by such during the ceremony. At this stage the student would be wise to bear in mind certain thingsInitiation, 100:objective form. This realization will save the student from much later confusion. That we areInitiation, 112:ceremony naturally divides itself, and the student must bear in mind that each of these five stagesInitiation, 135:truth will be conveyed to the mind of the student, which we might now consider. First, the studentInitiation, 135:student, which we might now consider. First, the student should bear in mind the interestingInitiation, 144:Sponsors. It will be apparent, therefore, to the student that when the Initiator is the Lord of theInitiation, 150:prototypes, but it is of interest to the student to realize that just as at each initiation someInitiation, 152:indications may be given which will help the student to realize somewhat the magnitude of theInitiation, 153:of the Hierarchy of our planet will come to the student who wisely ponders these functions. 3.Initiation, 155:graded initiates. It will be wise here for the student to differentiate carefully in his mindInitiation, 159:or unconscious, God, man, or deva. The student, again, will find this equally true of a solarInitiation, 166:The aim has been two-fold: To teach the student to visualize his thought-forms accurately, so thatInitiation, 168:of the Logos. It would be wise here for the student to remember that the three planes of the threeInitiation, 172:these names much information will come to the student who carefully ponders them, remembering thatInitiation, 172:of human endeavor, and thus meditating, the student must relate this present solar system to theInitiation, 174:make the whole matter clearer to the mind of the student: [175] Secret of Initiation LogosInitiation, 175:Shiva Destroyer Central Spiritual Sun Two As the student will observe, the source of the particularInitiation, 176:of initiations it may be of value to the student to remember that the great moment in which a manInitiation, 182:wherein this information is of value to the student. In illustration of this it would be wise ifIntellect, 24:be defined as the imparting of knowledge to a student, and usually to an unwilling student, whoIntellect, 24:to a student, and usually to an unwilling student, who receives a mass of information that does notIntellect, 24:of so-called facts, and with giving the student a little information [25] on a vast number ofIntellect, 33:is an individual technique which will enable the student, who has profited by the usual academicIntellect, 51:if true, validate the entire contention of the student of the Oriental technique of meditation,Intellect, 97:still, we call it the awakened intuition. The student of meditation learns to distinguishIntellect, 107:preparatory to true meditation work. The earnest student, therefore, will carry this closeIntellect, 108:control should be achieved, so that the student is not bothered by the necessity of repeatedlyIntellect, 112:success. This need in no way discourage any student. A beginning can always be made and a soundIntellect, 113:Cosmic Fire the following words occur: "The wise student regards all forms of expression as in theIntellect, 114:These ideas become apparent to the student after he has entered into Meditation, just as theIntellect, 116:The mind ceases to function, and the true student of meditation slips into a state of consciousIntellect, 119:of that memory to be easily available to the student. From this stage a [120] relatively few inIntellect, 133:comes a transition period, which the Oriental student calls "meditation without seed," or, "withoutIntellect, 134:which we call the soul lives and moves. The true student of meditation learns to be wide awakeIntellect, 135:physical affairs is temporarily negated. If the student is not naturally of the positive mentalIntellect, 178:unattainable by, the average grade school student, so the higher metaphysics is occult andIntellect, 232:that will occur to the mind of the intelligent student. Whole worlds of thought are open over whichIntellect, 234:to appreciate the results of his work is the student himself. The goal he has set himself is soIntellect, 234:We have found it wise to gauge the growth of a student in the meditation work by the extension ofIntellect, 238:and practice) automatic and instantaneous, the student can start with the purpose aspect, or withIntellect, 238:words and hold much information for the student of this ancient technique of meditation. The goalIntellect, 241:with energy of some type or another. The student of meditation must, therefore, remember that he isIntellect, 242:also what is the problem confronting the student, and why all wise teachers of the technique ofIntellect, 243:its lesson. What has really happened? Has the student really seen the Christ? Here we remember theIntellect, 245:word frequently used or some entity comes to the student, as he meditates, and outlines to him someIntellect, 247:a sense of humor at least. The point that every student of meditation should always bear in mind isIntellect, 251:are so popular now. I am supposing that the student of meditation refuses to have anything to doIntellect, 253:and groups, between rich and poor. Let the true student of meditation remember that when he makes aIntellect, 254:things are developed, there is no danger of any student of meditation being sidetracked, orIntellect, 256:advice of the teacher is present, but should the student at this time begin to push his meditation,Intellect, 256:sensed in the region of the solar plexus. The student finds himself prone to irritation and toIntellect, 258:is needless, surely, to add here that the true student of meditation should not tolerate in hisMagicthat the matter of prime importance to each student is not the fact of a particular teacher'sMagicmeasure of truth for which he stands, and the student's power to discriminate between truth,Magicincreased exoteric responsibility. Let each student with clarity therefore take stock of himself,Magicof the teaching given. That must be done by each student for himself. You have wisely guarded theMagic, 4:and my rank be regarded as only that of a senior student and of an aspirant to that expansion ofMagic, 7:postulates which must be admitted by the student of the succeeding pages as providing an hypothesisMagic, 24:to truth and the reaction of the disciple-student or the initiate will differ. This is necessarilyMagic, 28:Remarks The first reaction of the average student on reading the above is to think immediately ofMagic, 32:is recognized, it is because the investigating student has found a point of truth in himself whichMagic, 51:wherein the entire tendency will be to throw the student back upon himself, and thus upon that
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