Path of the Bodhisattva – Develop the Pure Heart – Part 2

15 Sep


A Sanskrit term meaning literally a being of bodhi (or enlightenment), a being destined for enlightenment, or one whose energy and power is directed toward enlightenment. A bodhisattva is one who is destined to become a Buddha but has foregone the bliss of nirvana with a vow to save all children of God on earth.

In the Mahayana school of Buddhism, becoming a bodhisattva is the goal of the Path. The path of the bodhisattva is generally divided into ten stages, called bhumis. The bodhisattva strives to progress from one stage to the next until he obtains enlightenment.

The Bodhisattva Kuan Yin is known as the Goddess of Mercy because she ensouls the God qualities of mercy, compassion and forgiveness. She serves on the Karmic Board as the representative of the Seventh Ray (violet ray). She also held the office of Chohan of the Seventh Ray for two thousand years until Saint Germain assumed that office in the late 1700s. Kuan Yin ascended thousands of years ago and has taken the vow of the Bodhisattva to serve planet earth until all her evolutions are free. From her etheric retreat, the Temple of Mercy, over Peking, China, she ministers to the souls of humanity, teaching them to balance their karma and fulfill their divine plan through loving service to life and application of the violet flame. In Chinese Buddhism, Kuan Yin is seen as the feminine form of the Indian and Tibetan Avalokitesvara–an emanation of the Dhyani Buddha Amitabha. Legends recount that Avalokitesvara was “born” from a ray of white light that emitted from Amitabha’s right eye. Kuan Yin is also appealed to as the “bestower of children” and patroness of fishermen. Mother Mary once told us:  “The blessed Kuan Yin has become known as the Saviouress out of the East performing the selfsame and identical function as my own, yet each of us bringing to this office of Mother our past attainment and experience, which is different by our very service on differing rays.”

In a dictation given on Mother’s Day, May 8, 1988, Kuan Yin said:  I ask you to prove me, to make your demands upon me and to command my Light and to keep on so doing until you should sense you have reached the limitations of my office. For I tell you, beloved, there is no thing of the will of God that I will not alchemically precipitate if you are able to bear it, if you are able to hold the harmony for it, and if you will seek the internal integration of the soul in the Seventh Ray chakra with the fiery heart of the living Christ Bodhisattva. (See Kuan Yin Opens the Door to the Golden Age, 1982 PoW, Book I, pp. 1-80, Book II, pp. 81-140; and “The Compassionate Saviouress,” in Kuan Yin’s Crystal Rosary booklet, pp. 1-11.)







For more information

Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Maitreya on Initiation


Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Saint Germain On Alchemy: Formulas for Self-Transformation

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