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Discipleship in the New Age I - Personal Instructions to Disciples - K.E.S.
January 1938


Will you study carefully the visualization exercise which I have given to P. D. W. and then follow it yourself with care? It will be good for both of you for you are equally feeling the limitations of the physical body, and both of you - being swept by the urge to serve - have much to endure in the cultivation of patience and a right sense of proportion.

I would call your attention with emphasis to a word which could give a key to your life: direct knowledge. Do you not realize that in the quiet of your own room and away from the chaos of modern life (which is your present privilege) that you have the priceless opportunity to acquire that direct knowledge? P. D. W. has already acquired much of it and for him there comes the training (again in the quiet of his room) to use it dynamically in the realm of thought. You might rightly ask me the question: Direct knowledge of what? and I would reply:

Direct knowledge of your own soul, so that it is a fact and a reality in your life and not only a belief and a hope. The way to that knowledge is through alignment.

Direct knowledge of your fellowmen, so that you understand them and can prepare yourself for fuller service in your next life cycle. The way to that is through love, plus mental study of esoteric psychology which you can gain through a study of A Treatise on the Seven Rays.

Direct knowledge of the inner group of workers with whom you are affiliated. These include your Tibetan brother, your teacher and your friend, and they include your co-disciples. I would ask you to endeavor to get in touch with them through meditation and by going out to them in love and an attitude of helpfulness. You could do much for F. C. D. from the quiet of [551] your room. I might add, that he is seeking to help you physically and to strengthen you with life (where'er you live that life). Seek also to be in touch with him. May I add that my blessing and my thought rest constantly upon you.

NOTE: It is apparent from his first instruction that the Tibetan knew from the start that K. E. S. had only a few years to live. In his last instruction he uses the phrase "where'er you live that life."  K. E. S. died a few months later.

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