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Ageless Wisdom teachings and spirituality

Initiation


 

Initiation, by the Master
Hierarchy uses the procedure of initiation to implement God's Plan for humanity.

At the door of initiation, by the Master
Individuals and humanity as a whole experience the sense of unease and inadequacy which attend readiness for initiation.

The gospel story and the path of initiation, by Benjamin Creme
The five initiations which everyone will take are symbolically demonstrated in the Bible. 
 

The nature of initiation, by Aart Jurriaanse 
A discussion of modern discipleship and the signs of readiness for initiation. 

The requirements for initiation, by Benjamin Creme 
A discussion of the requirements for the first three initiations, followed by questions and answers on this "...complex, profoundly esoteric and mysterious subject." 

Preparing for initiation, by Aart Jurriaanse 
A short discussion of modern discipleship, with its higher standards and emphasis on service.

The birth of the initiate, by Aart Jurriaanse 
A discussion of the first initiation, at which the man/woman first approaches the super-human or spiritual kingdom, including its requirements and signature transformation of consciousness. 

Baptism and transfiguration, by Aart Jurriaanse 
A discussion of the second (Baptism) and the third (Transfiguration) initiations at which disciples demonstrate control of the astral and mental bodies, respectively. 

Group initiation, by Aart Jurriaanse 
Initiation in the Aquarian Age is a group effort, requiring disciples to demonstrate group-consciousness and the ability to work harmoniously on group projects. 


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