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Summary: A collection of statements by the Tibetan.

     "I am a messenger of Light. I am a pilgrim on the way of love. I do not walk alone, but know myself as one with all great souls, and one with them in service. Their strength is mine. This strength I claim. My strength is theirs and this I freely give. A soul, I walk on earth. I represent the ONE." (Discipleship in the New Age, Vol. I, p. 140)

     "I know the Law, and towards the goal I strive. Naught shall arrest my progress on the Way. Each tiny life within my form responds. My soul has sounded forth that call, and clearer day by day it sounds. The glamour holds me not. The Path of Light streams clear ahead. My plea goes forth to reach the hearts of men. I seek, I try to serve your need. Give me your hand and tread the Path with me." (Discipleship in the New Age, Vol. I, p. 265)

     "I strive towards understanding. Let wisdom take the place of knowledge in my life." (Discipleship in the New Age, Vol. II, p. 140)

     "I strive towards co-operation. Let the Master of my life, the soul, and likewise the One I seek to serve, throw light through me on others." (Discipleship in the New Age, Vol. II, p. 140)

"In the center of the Will of God I stand.
Naught shall deflect my will from His.
I implement that will by love.
I turn towards the field of service.
I, the Triangle divine, work out that Will
Within the square, and serve my fellow men." (Discipleship in the New Age, Vol. II, p. 141)

     "I am one with my group brothers, and all that I have is theirs. May the love which is in my soul pour forth to them. May the strength which is in me lift and aid them. May the thoughts which my soul creates reach and encourage them." (Discipleship in the New Age, Vol. II, p. 245)

     "There is a certain esoteric mantram which embodies . . . the attitude of the disciple who is striving, in co-operative endeavor with others, to link hierarchical intent with human aspiration, and thus bring humanity nearer its goal. The intent of Hierarchy is to increase men's capacity for freedom in order to function effectively with that "life more abundantly" which the Christ will bring, and which demands that the spirit of man be free -- free to approach divinity and free also to choose the Way of that approach. The mantram bears the name . . .

The Affirmation of the Disciple

I am a point of light within a greater Light.
I am a strand of loving energy within the stream of Love divine.
I am a point of sacrificial Fire, focused within the fiery Will of God.
And thus I stand.

I am a way by which men may achieve.
I am a source of strength, enabling them to stand.
I am a beam of light, shining upon their way.
And thus I stand.

And standing thus, revolve
And tread this way the ways of men,
And know the ways of God.
And thus I stand.

     This . . . is the best I can do with words and phrases as I attempt to transcribe into language words so ancient that they antedate Sanskrit and Senza. But the meaning is clear, and that is the point of importance." (Discipleship in the New Age, Vol. II, p. 175) and (Telepathy and the Etheric Vehicle, p. 197)

"The sons of men are one, and I am one with them. I seek to love not hate; I seek to serve and not exact due service. I seek to heal, not hurt.
Let pain bring due reward of light and love. Let the soul control the outer form, and life, and all events, and bring to light the love that underlies the happenings of the time. Let vision come and insight; let the future stand revealed. Let inner union demonstrate, and outer cleavages be gone. Let love prevail. Let all men love.

     These words may seem inadequate, but said with power and an understanding of their significance, and with the potency of the mind and heart behind them, they can prove unbelievably potent in the life of the one who says them. They will produce also an effect in his environment, and the accumulated effects in the world, as you spread the knowledge of the formula, will be great and effective. It will change attitudes, enlighten the vision and lead the aspirant to fuller service and to a wider co-operation based upon sacrifice." (The Externalization of the Hierarchy, p. 142), (Discipleship in the New Age, Vol.II, p. 147)

"We know, O Lord of Life and Love, about the need; Touch our hearts anew with love, that we too may love and give." (The Externalization of the Hierarchy, p. 154)