Law of Acceptance

The only known reference to The Law of Acceptance by Alice A. Bailey (AAB) in her voluminous writings and those given to her by Djwhal Khul (DK). Links on these pages of the Laws of Alice A. Bailey are to the online books at the Lucis Trust  website.

What is a law?

… a law is but the spiritual impulse, incentive and life manifestation of that Being in which he lives and moves. A Treatise on White Magic , INTRODUCTORY REMARKS

A law is an expression or manifestation of force applied, under the power of thought, by a thinker or group of thinkers. Discipleship in the New Age, Vol. I , SECTION ONE – DISCIPLESHIP IN THE NEW AGE – Part 2

… a law is in reality the effect of the life of a greater entity as it encloses a lesser within its living processes. Esoteric Healing , Part Three – The Fundamental Laws of Healing

… a law is but the effect of the continued intelligent activity of the Life aspect as it works in conjunction with matter. Esoteric Psychology – Volume I , 5. The Rays in Cyclic Manifestation

A law is only an expression or manifestation of force, applied under the power of thought by a thinker or group of thinkers. Esoteric Psychology – Volume II , II. The Seven Laws of Soul or Group Life – Part 5

A law presupposes a superior being who, gifted with purpose, and aided by intelligence, is so coordinating his forces that a plan is being sequentially and steadily matured. A Treatise on White Magic

The only quote I found below:


Will you so stand, my brother? Will you cease from the constant urging desire to be of greater outer usefulness? The Law of Acceptance is a divine law and releases from glamour, freeing the soul for the reality of service. I stand by you at all times.

Discipleship in the New Age, Vol. I , SECTION TWO – PERSONAL INSTRUCTIONS TO DISCIPLES (Continued) – Part 3


You are welcome to post your comments and understanding of this law. 

Also see:

The Laws of Alice A. Bailey


One thought on “Law of Acceptance

  1. lwk2431 Post author

    Seems to be a restatement of the pithy old saying:

    “God give me strength to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.”

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