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Discipleship in the New Age I - Talks to Disciples - Part IV
III. These groups are also an externalization of an inner existing condition. They are an effect and not a cause. That they themselves may have an initiatory effect (as they work out into manifestation upon the physical plane) is no doubt true; but they are themselves the product of an inner activity and of a subjective aggregation of forces which must perforce become objective. The work of the disciples who find their place in these various groups is to keep in close rapport with ten inner groups which form, nevertheless, one large active group. This group force will then pour through all the various groups just in so far as the disciples in the groups do the following things as a group:

1. Keep en rapport with the inner source of power.
2. Never lose sight of the group objective. [41]
3. Cultivate the dual capacity to apply the laws of the soul to the individual life and the laws of the group to group life.
4. Use all the forces which may flow into the group in service; they must learn, therefore, to register those forces and use them correctly. The hints given below as to the centers which these ten groups will use must be studied. The right use of these centers will take place only when there is a greater group unity established among the members of the individual groups and among the groups as a whole. You ask why is this so, my brothers? Because the force flowing in might prove too strong for the individual disciple to handle alone, but the force is shared by the group if there is complete group at-one-ment. In this way, each disciple can serve the group and his objective eventually becomes:

  1. At-one-ment with his group brothers.
  2. Alignment with his soul and with the inner group which is the subjective cause of the outer groups.
  3. The expression of the particular technique which his group should eventually embody.

The groups will use the following centers in their work:
Group 1 The head, heart and throat centers.
Group 2 The head, heart and solar plexus centers.
Group 3 The head, heart and ajna centers.
Group 4 The head, ajna and throat centers.
Group 5 The head and heart centers and the center at the base of the spine.
Group 6 The head, heart and solar plexus centers. This is necessarily the same as in Group 2.
Group 7 The head, throat and sacral centers.
Group 8 The head, heart, solar plexus and throat centers. This group of disciples will be the first to use four centers in their work as they are in a curious sense, the mediators of thought between the other groups. They are peculiarly a linking group. [42]
Group 9 The head, heart, throat and sacral centers.
Group 10 The head, heart, sacral centers and the center at the base of the spine.
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