How to Ascend

2 Apr

The ascended masters have told us that the entire goal of life is finding God. And when we have found God, our goal then becomes to merge with Him in the ascension.

There you go. That’s the key spiritual formula upon which all true pathways to God are built: find God; become God.

Now, all that’s left to do is…the doing! Piece of cake, right? Hardly.

Of course, we know that all paths leading to God are filled with the highs and lows that constitute life in earth’s schoolroom. Even the ascended masters acknowledge that earth is a particularly challenging place to navigate.

The path to our ascension constantly brings us face to face with our karma, with all the considerations and demands of our sacred labor, with the fulfillment of our divine blueprint, with balancing our threefold flame and myriad spiritual chores of all kinds.

Pictures of God in Heaven

But rather than drudgery, our spiritual chores can be joyous. That’s because we know where they’re taking us. The goal acts like a magnet pulling us ever closer and closer to our Godly goal.

So is there a tried and true formula for finding God and making our ascension? Yes!

We ascend daily! Day-by-day, step-by-step we climb the mountain of mastery until, finally, we emerge victorious. And while the ultimate victory is our goal, that one victory is made up of all the daily victories we have carved out of life.

Victories of grace and gratitude, of service, self-sacrifice, selflessness and surrender, victories of forgiveness, victories of love.

They come in all shapes and sizes, and taken together, they are the body of work that is anchored as treasure in our causal bodies. They are the bouquet, garnered from our earthly victory garden that we bring to the Father when we have taken that final ascending step into His heart and into our immortality.

Look ahead for a moment and imagine the beaming masters and the joyous choirs of angels saluting you for all the victories great and small that you achieved each and every day on our Homeward path.

When our lives are shaped by gratitude, we’re more likely to notice ...

The Summit Lighthouse

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