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Compilation Law of Supply

Compilation Law of Supply

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Published by Zak Rymill
A compilation made from the books written by Alice Bailey and Djwhal Khul
A compilation made from the books written by Alice Bailey and Djwhal Khul

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Compilation Law of Supply
(CF 1178) JUPITER—The School of Beneficent Magicians. This planet is sometimes called in the parlance of the schools, the "College of Quadruple Force units," for its members wield four kinds of force in constructive magical work. Another name given to its halls is "The Palace of Opulence" for its
graduates
work with the
 
Law of Supply
 
, and are frequently called "The Sowers."(OM 320) 2. There will be
no fees or money charged
 
, and no money transaction. The pupil must be somewhat self-supporting and able to earn the means of livelihood whilst in the school.The schools in both their divisions will be supported through the voluntary contributions of people, andthrough a knowledge of the
 
laws of supply and demand
 
occultlyinterpreted.(DINAI 692) The Master does not train a group of men and women to be good and obedient disciples,carrying out His wishes and working out His purposes.
He is training them eventuallyto take initiation and become Masters
themselves and He never loses sight of thisobjective. You, as disciples, have, therefore, to learn to handle force and to
draw energies intothe destined area of service
and this is a fact you must constantly have in mind. Disciplesare chosen by the Master because, in spite of any or all personality limitations, they respond in their individual measure to the
immediate vision of the united Hierarchy
and to themethods which They propose to employ in materialising this vision. The hierarchical vision (as far asyou can understand it) is the
response of the Masters to the higher impressionto which They are subjected
and to which They accord Their assent according to ray andnot according to point of development. The
Master recognises those who recognisethe Plan
and are trying (with full or with qualified dedication) to
help bring it about
. He
then stimulates them as a group
 
, because they have identity of vision and dedication;this enables them, under that stimulation and inspiration,
to become more effective
in thechosen
(self-chosen)
line of service. I would have you, therefore, ponder carefully upon thefollowing recognitions:1. The recognition of the
vision.
2. The recognition of the
Plan
, for vision and Plan are not the same.3. The recognition which the Master accords to a group of dedicated aspirants when
He acceptsthem
as His disciples.4. Your recognition of the
Master's ideas as goals
to future endeavour.5. Your recognition of 
each other as souls
and servers.When these recognitions are properly understood, there will then be
eventual recognition,by the Hierarchy, of a group of disciples
who can be used as a channel throughwhich spiritual energy, light and love can be poured into a needy and agonising world. The group willthen be
endowed with power to serve
but it will not be power given to it by the Master. Itwill be a
potency which it has engendered itself 
. This power which disciples wield
 
comes as a
response to a life rightly lived
and love fully given. There is a
great law
which can be embodied in the words "
to those who give all, all is given
." This is true of the individual disciple and of a
Master's group
. Most aspirants to discipleship today do notknow or realise this law; they do not give freely and fully either to the work of the Hierarchy or tothose who need. Until they do,
they limit their effectiveness
and
shut thedoor on supply,
not only for themselves
but for the group
withwhich they are affiliated in service. Herein lies responsibility.
The clue to supplyis personality harmlessness
and the dedication of 
all individualresources to the service of the Great Ones,
without restraint and spontaneously.When you, as a disciple, try to live harmlessly—in thought and word and deed—and when
nothingis held back materially
 
, emotionally or from the angle of time, when physical strength is sogiven and the gift of all resources is accompanied with happiness, then the
disciple willhave all that is needed to carry on his work 
and thesame is true of all working groups of servers.
Such is the law
. Perfection is not yet possible, it isneedless for me to say, but greater effort on your part to give and serve is possible.The time will, therefore, surely come when you will, as individuals and as part of a Master's group,
subordinate your [page 693] personal lives to the need of humanity
andto the intention of the Master. You will be and not struggle so hard to be;
you will give
and notfight constantly the tendency not to give; you will forget your physical bodies and not give so muchattention to them (and the result will be better health); you will think and not live so deeply in theworld of feeling; you will sanely and wisely and as a normal procedure put the work of the Master andof service first.What is that work? To provide a working intelligent and consecrated group of servers through whomhierarchical plans can be carried forward and to demonstrate, upon the physical plane, a focal point of spiritual energy. This can then be
employed by the Hierarchy
to help humanityeverywhere, particularly in this time of crisis. The plans of the Hierarchy, as they embody the will of Shamballa, can be and are carried out; the process, however, is either a conscious one or anunconscious mass response to impression. Among the disciples of the world, the response andsubsequent activity is a conscious one and leads to intelligent undertakings.(OM 204) There is no question that those who
break the law perish by the law
, whilst
those who keep it live by it
. The true study of occultism is the study of the why and howof phenomena. It is the finding out of the method whereby results are achieved, and it involves closeanalysis of events and circumstances in order to discover their governing laws. I have been led to makethese preliminary remarks today because I saw with clarity the questions that are controlling your mind. These questions are of great value, if you continue to apply yourself to the search for the rightanswer. Certain definite laws govern the life of the disciple. They are the same laws that control alllife. The difference consists in the partial realisation—on the part of the disciple—of the purpose of those laws, their raison d'etre, and their conscious judicious application to the circumstances met indaily living. By conformance to the law is the personal life transmuted...Take for instance the
Lawof Substance.
This law
puts the disciple in the position of wisely utilising the universal storehouse.
It is themanipulation of matter, and its adaptation to the interacting
forces of supply and
 
demand
...Blind faith is right for the mystic. It is one of the means whereby the Divinestorehouse is entered, but to understand the method whereby that
storehouse is keptreplenished
, and to comprehend the means whereby the
bounteous supplyof the All Father
is brought in contact with the children's need is better still. One of those maxims I can here give anent
supply and demand
. It is only as a
skilful[Page 205] use is made of the supply for the needs of the worker andthe work 
(I choose these words each one with deliberation) that that
supplycontinues to pour in
.
The secret is: use, demand, take. Only as the
dooris unlocked by the law of demand
 
is another and
higherdoor unlocked
 
permitting supply
 
.
 
The
law of gravitation
holds hid the secret. Think this out.(LOS 197) 37. When abstention from theft is perfected, the yogi can have whatever he desires.In this is to be found the clue to the
great law of supply anddemand
. When the aspirant has learned to "desire nothing for the separated self" he can then be
trusted with the riches of the universe;
when he makes no demand for the lower nature and claims nothing for the threefold physical man, then all that he desires comes to him unaskedand unclaimed. In some translations the words are found "all jewels are his."It must be remembered with care that the theft referred to has reference not only to the taking of thingstangible and physical, but has reference also to abstention from theft on the emotional or mental planes.The aspirant takes nothing; [Page 198] emotional benefits, such as love and favor, dislike or hatred arenot claimed by him and absorbed when they do not belong to him; intellectual benefits, the claiming of a reputation not warranted, the assumption of some one else's duty, favour or popularity are all equallyrepudiated by him and he adheres with strictness to that which is his own. "Let every man attend to hisown dharma" and fulfill his own role, is the Eastern injunction. "Mind your own business" is theWestern attempt to teach the same truth and convey the injunction that we each of us must not stealfrom another the opportunity to do right, to measure up to responsibility and to do his duty. This is thetrue abstention from theft. It will lead a man perfectly to meet his own obligations, to shoulder his ownresponsibility and to fulfill his own duty. It will lead him to refrain from appropriating anything that belongs to his brother in the three worlds of human endeavour.(DINAI 40) 9. This ninth group will be composed of Financiers and Economists. They will work withthe energies and forces which express themselves through the interchange and the values of commerce;they
will deal with the Law of Supply and Demand
and with the great principle of Sharing which ever governs divine purpose. They will [Page 40] be thegreat psychometrical workers, for a psychometrist is one whose soul is sensitive to the soul in othersand in all forms of life. The principle of Sharing which must govern economic relations in the future isa soul quality or energy and hence their work of relating soul with soul. They also evoke the soul of the past, linking it with the present and finding it likewise indicative of the future.(DINAI 160) 4. Realisation of the nature, the purpose and the
quality of the Plan
to which itis your purpose to contribute. This conditions the form which your work will take.

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