(1) The spiritual man is not conscious of time, once he is separated from the physical body. Time is the sequential registration by the brain of states of awareness, and of progressive contacts with phenomena. There is no such thing as time on the inner planes, as humanity understands it. There are only cycles of activity or of non-activity.

(2) The Master is free from the limitations of time, though not of space, because space is an eternal Entity.

(3) For the masses of humanity, time is not of very great importance; but for the servers of the race, it matters much. Lose not time, therefore, in undue self-analysis, self-depreciation or self-defence.

(4) In the work of the disciple, the time element counts not. Growth, deep rooted and established, is the goal, and growth, if sound and good, is slow.

(5) Disciples waste so much time in distress over words, thoughts and deeds of other disciples, and thus time is lost that could be more constructively employed.

(6) There is no hurry. There is no need to emphasise speed in your life. . . . There is much time for growth, both here and in other states of being.

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