Definition of Chelaship
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Chelaship
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Word by Harold Waldwin Percival (1912)
"Time enough to discuss the terms of chelaship when the aspirant has digested what has already been given out, and mastered his most palpable vices and ..."
2. The Theosophist by Theosophical Society (Madras, India) (1898)
"First, it may be said, the administration of Law respecting admission to chelaship rests entirely on Karmic right. It is not merely that there is no element ..."
3. The Nineteenth Century (1884)
"Meantime, in order to enter upon the first stage of my new chelaship, it became necessary for me to forget all the experiences which I had acquired during ..."
4. The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1897)
"One of the reasons for such secrecy may be the undoubtedly serious difficulties and hardships of chelaship, and the dangers attending Initiation. ..."
5. The Occult World by Alfred Percy Sinnett (1886)
"Of persons so constituted some have always been found to press forward into the ranks of chelaship, to resort, that is to say, to any devices or ..."
6. Esoteric Buddhism by Alfred Percy Sinnett (1884)
"... on which they have entered, and are still in the earlier degrees of chelaship, still looking up to the heights of adeptship as far above their heads. ..."
7. The Ancient Wisdom: An Outline of Theosophical Teachings by Annie Wood Besant (1897)
"He pays to those who are approaching the Path the debt He contracted in the days of His own chelaship, guiding, helping, teaching them as He was guided, ..."
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