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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul
A Treatise on White Magic - Table of Contents

Introductory Remarks
Man's Three Aspects

Rule One

"The Solar Angel collects himself, scatters not his force but, in meditation deep, communicates with his reflection."

Some Basic Assumptions
The Way of the Disciple


Rule Two

"When the shadow hath responded, in meditation deep the work proceedeth. The lower light is thrown upward; the greater light illuminates the three, and the work of the four proceedeth."

The Hindrances to Occult Study
The Overcoming of the Hindrances


Rule Three

"The Energy circulates. The point of light, the product of the labors of the four, waxeth and growth. The myriads gather round its glowing warmth until its light recedes. Its fire grows dim. Then shall the second sound go forth."

Soul Light and Body Light
Principles and Personalities


Rule Four

"Sound, light, vibration, and the form blend and merge, and thus the work is one. It proceedeth under the law, and naught can hinder now the work from going forward. The man breathes deeply. He concentrates his forces, and drives the thought-form from him."

The Creative Work of Sound
The Science of the Breath


Rule Five

"Three things engage the Solar Angel before the sheath created passes downward; the condition of the waters, the safety of the one who thus creates, and steady contemplation. Thus are the heart, the throat, and eye, allied for triple service."

The Soul and its Thought-Forms
     1. The Condition of the Waters
     2. The Safety of the One who Thus Creates
     3. Steady Contemplation
Heart, Throat and Eye
The Awakening of the Centers


Rule Six

"The devas of the lower four feel the force when the eye opens; they are driven forth and lose their master."

The Work of the Eye


Rule Seven

"The dual forces on the plane (whereon the vital power must be sought) are seen; the two paths face the solar Angel; the poles vibrate. A choice confronts the one who meditates."

The Battleground of the Astral Plane
The two Paths


Rule Eight

"The Agnisuryans respond to the sound. The waters ebb and flow. Let the magician guard himself from drowning, at the point where land and water meet. The midway spot, which is neither dry nor wet, must provide the standing place whereon his feet are set. When water, land and air meet there is the place for magic to be wrought."

Types of Astral Force
Cyclic Ebb and Flow


Rule Nine

"Condensation next ensues. The fire and waters meet, the form swells and grows. Let the magician set his form upon the proper path."

The Necessity for Purity
Fundamental Forms


Rule Ten

"As the waters bathe the form created, they are absorbed and used. The form increases in its strength; let the magician thus continue until the work suffices. Let the outer builders cease their labors then, and let the inner workers enter on their cycle."

Thought-Form Building
The Centers, Energies and Rays
Astral Energy and Fear
The Right Use of Energy
The Present Age and the Future
The Founding of the Hierarchy
The New Group of World Servers
Astrology and the Energies


Rule Eleven

"Three things the worker with the law must now accomplish. First, ascertain the formula which will confine the lives within the ensphering wall; next, pronounce the words which will tell them what to do and where to carry that which has been made; and finally, utter forth the mystic phrase which will save him from their work."

Analysis of the Tree Sentences
Salvation from our Thought-Forms
Salvation from Death


Rule Twelve

"The web pulsates. It contracts and expands. Let the magician seize the midway point and thus release those "prisoners of the planet" whose note is right and justly tuned to that which must be made."

Interludes and Cycles
The Prisoners of the Planet


Rule Thirteen

"The magician must recognize the four; note in his work the shade of violet they evidence, and thus construct the shadow. When this is so, the shadow clothes itself, and the four become the seven."

The Quaternaries to be Recognized
The Precipitation of Thought-Forms


Rule Fourteen

"The sound swells out. The hour of danger to the soul courageous draweth near. The waters have not hurt the white creator and naught could drown nor drench him. Danger from fire and flame menaces now, and dimly yet the rising smoke is seen. Let him again, after the cycle of peace, call on the Solar Angel."

The Centers and Prana
The Use of the Hands
The Treading of the Way
The Awakening of the Centers


Rule Fifteen

"The fires approach the shadow, yet burn it not. The fire sheath is completed. Let the magician chant the words that blend the fire and water."

The Esoteric Sense
The Negation of the Great Illusion
A Call to Service
The New Age Groups and Training

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