Saint Germain on Practical Alchemy With the Violet Flame

24 Nov

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“When the subject of creation is given more than ordinary consideration, man begins to realize that his own destiny lies as a gift in his hands.  He has always looked to God for assistance, and God has always looked to man that he might convey to him every good gift and all the support which man could reasonbly receive and acknowledge.  Unfortunately, even in those periods of their most advanced meditations, mankind have seldom glimpsed the necessary cosmic pattern of what they are and what they shall be.

The secrets of alchemy are always to be found in the domain of creation.  If man has not the power to create, he is not truly free.  Therefore, the stream of energy that God is giving to him in ceaseless descent must needs be channeled into matrices of creative desire patterned after the divine will; but when misqualified, these energies form links of the chain that binds him.

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Our first step, then, is to abort and to transmute the negatively qualified substance in the world of every would-be alchemist.  The power of the violet transmuting flame, as an agent of Holy Spirit, can be called forth from God for purification of man’s world.  It should be noted however, that this power is seldom recognized until the alchemist has invoked the flame for a considerable period of time.  But, practice as he will, his use of the flame will not be enough to transform his world unless the correct scientific attitude is maintained.  The alchemist who insists on exalting his own human will and ego in contradistinction to the Divine Will and Ego cannot possibly receive the great gifts which the Spirit seeks to convey.”

Not my will, not my will, not my will but thine be done!

“I know that many people are reluctant to release themselves completely into the hands of God.  They are willing to go part of the way, and they gingerly step forward when the higher will seems to flatter their own; but because they have not let go of the human will, they find in the end that their efforts are unrewarded.  Man cannot bargain with God.  Nevertheless, Cosmos is far more ready to give every good and perfect gift to man than man is ready to receive it.  The problem, then, lies not in the diver himself, who must be willing to acknowledge the presence of the treasures of heaven in the cosmic depths–treasures that heaven intends man not only to discover but also to possess.

By incorrect attitudes, men have kept themselves from the kingdom of heaven.  They have sought through magic and unfortunately, even through witchcraft to win for themselves that which could be obtained on a permanent basis only by willing submission to the will of God, to his intents and his purpose.

The practicality of God must not be employed as a weapon to destroy the mystical beauties of the Spirit. On the contrary, it must be used to draw the divine mystery to the focal point of individual manifestation.  As the flesh came forth and was animated by the Spirit, so practicality must come forth and be animated by the creative purposes of God.  Then God will take man by the hand and lead him through the realm of perfect order to a place where man will perceive that the world and all things in it were originally created according  to a perfect cosmic pattern.

Here he will be shown that each individual was intended to manifest a specific facet of the divine intent and that each facet of the grand design was created to complement the other and to produce thereby the miracle beauty of an everlasting kingdom, worlds without end. How can men imagine that the Mind that created man in all of his wondrous parts–the universe, the stars, the suns, the spiritual realms–would be so lacking in foresight as to fail to provide a way of escape for those who might wander from the cosmic blueprint?  Did not his practicality bestow upon man the fullness of the divine conveyance expressed in the command ‘Take dominion over the earth’?  Man, then, was and is learning how to master his environment by cosmic wisdom united with his own natural intelligence.”

The key, then, to the practice of advanced spiritual alchemy lies in the alchemist’s understanding of the purposes of God through the Brotherhood and in his consciously yoking himself together with those who are pledged by word and deed to the fulfillment of those purposes.

Saint Germain on Alchemy Formulas for Self-Transformation by Mark L. and Elizabeth Clare Prophet

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