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Discipleship in the New Age I - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.H.B.
  1. What constitutes a review on divine Indifference?
    1. Am I confusing it with dispassion, or with a refusal to suffer?
    2. Does it signify in my mind separation and consequent pain?
  2. Am I capable of seeing myself with indifference, detached emotionally from any event?
    1. Can I see mentally, unbiased by any reaction from the emotional personal self?
    2. Do I ever do this?
  3. If I use this review on indifference as it should be used, that will be the effect in my life?
    1. How would this affect the group in which I seek to work?
    2. Would this effect be desirable, and do I desire it?
  4. Is this review a scientific method of achieving indifference?
    1. Have I ever worked in such a scientific way to achieve this quality of discipleship?
    2. Do I feel it a desirable thing to try out now?
    3. Can I be indifferent in a divine way whilst using it?
  5. What are the reasons for any belief that divine indifference is the way for me to tread today?
    1. What basis for this do I find in my reading and my studies? [431]
    2. Does my soul lie behind this urge or pressure towards indifference which is brought to bear upon me?
  6. Would indifference intensify my capacity for increased usefulness in service?
    1. In what way?
    2. How does it help my progress on the path?
  7. If it is true that the blind must advance by touching, by keeping attached, and by keeping hold; but that those with sight, by seeing and by keeping free and unattached; why then, having sight, do I close my eyes and hold on and feel my way instead of seeing it?
  8. Is the mind the organ of vision for the spiritual man? If so,
    1. Is my mind an organ of vision?
    2. Can I hold my mind "steady in the light" and see life truly and free from any blinding attachments?
  9. As I review this day, what part has divine indifference played in it?
    1. Have I spoken from the angle of a divinely indifferent viewpoint?
    2. Have I practiced an indifferent attitude to myself when circumstances arose which threatened my emotional poise?
  10. We are told that self-realization is our immediate goal; in view of this, what do I know about:
    1. The indifference of the soul or self to the fragmentary self?
    2. The illusion of identification of that self with the little self?
  11. Again we are told that there is an archetype, a pattern, a way, a goal, a light upon the Path.
    1. Which of these words expresses my personal objective and why?
    2. How far is the archetypal pattern reflected in my life?
    3. What attachments prevent its full expression?
  12. I am the redeemer of my lower nature. Therefore:
    1. How much part does divine indifference play in this redemption process? [432]
    2. In which of my three aspects - physical, emotional or mental - is it felt the most?
    3. Does redeeming force play through me to others?
  13. My nature in truth is love.
    1. How can this truly manifest and yet with indifference?
    2. Through which body do I most easily express this love?
    3. To what am I the most attached and how can I deal with it?
  14. What attitude and qualities will have to be developed in me if I am rightly to practice indifference?
  15. What is the objective of such a practice? Can I express it formally to myself?
    1. In terms of my three bodies or aspects?
    2. In terms of discipleship?

Take each of these questions for two days at a time and give them concentrated thought each month for a year.

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