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The Great Commandment

18 Feb

The Great Commandment, Part 1

 

And one of the scribes came and, having heard them reasoning together and perceiving that he had answered them well, asked him, Which is the first commandment of all?

And Jesus answered him, The first of all the commandments is: Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God is one Lord! And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength. This is the first commandment.

And the second is like, namely this: Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these.

And the scribe said unto him, Well, Master, thou hast said the truth, for there is one God and there is none other but he. And to love him with all the heart, and with all the understanding, and with all the soul, and with all the strength, and to love his neighbor as himself is more than all whole burnt-offerings and sacrifices.

And when Jesus saw that he answered discreetly, he said unto him, Thou art not far from the kingdom of God. And no man after that durst ask him any question.

Mark 12:28-34

Love God with All Your Heart

It is a wonderful day to take up the teaching of the Great Commandment. We are poised with Jesus at an hour of great change in his life—a transition, an acceleration, the initiation of the resurrection and that new life of glory which he enters and therefore we enter with him.

We study his words given to John in his Revelation, given unto this hour through all of the saints and prophets. And we come to understand that there is an essence, a seed essence of teaching—and here it is in the Great Commandment.

We make it our own because we know it is our sure defense. And this defense is so necessary for the disciples who would go forth to heal in his name, to cast out devils, to bring mankind into alignment with their I AM Presence.

Those who would follow Jesus in his footsteps must understand the meaning of drinking his cup; they must realize that great protection and vigilance are required every hour, dipping into the communion cup each week, receiving from the altar the fire of the Holy Spirit as that protection on the way.

Let us realize how great, therefore, is the protection of God given to us in this Great Commandment to love the Lord thy God. This means the Lord, the I AM THAT I AM, the I AM Presence representing Elohim (see Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 21, nos. 8-27) where you are. Your representative of the Godhead—in fact, the replica of the Presence of God—is the Mighty I AM Presence.

There is only one Mighty I AM Presence, but we say, “My God and your God,” as Jesus did, (John 20:17) reinforcing the conception that each individual must individualize the God flame and therefore make it apparent, bring it forth, show forth by life—example, words and works, by the very Presence, by the perfume of the soul, by vibration and kindness or brilliance or whatever the virtue—what is the aspect of God that portrays the fullness of the Godhead truly dwelling bodily within us (if we will it so) as it did dwell in the Son of man, Jesus Christ.

This one God of all Israel is the very fire of creation, the Presence of God in the Great Central Sun, the one God who is able to heal all thy diseases, if thou wilt be healed. Therefore, you have with you always the Presence, I AM THAT I AM, that is the concentrate, the Person of the Father bearing the power of Elohim.

Therefore, the commandment is to love the Lord thy God with all thy heart. What is thy heart? Thy heart is a vessel that contains the divine spark, the threefold flame of life. Thy heart is a chalice, it is the Holy Grail. It contains the body and blood of the living Christ.

Loving God with all thy heart is with the full momentum of thy life, for the heart is thy life. It means loving—directing to God all of one’s love and heart.

Thus, the mystery here in the Great Commandment is to give back to God by free will all that he has given us. And by giving to God all of our heart, loving him with all of our heart, we are taking every bit of his life that he sends forth perpetually as the River of Life, as the crystal cord, and saying, “I have received. I will return this life of God with all of my heart.”

Thus, the mystery of the Great Commandment is: life is a two-way street. God sends forth his light; he gives us free will to send it back to him in love. And if we so do, we establish this closed circuit, a mighty circle of life. None can enter, none can penetrate with devices of unreality.

Sending all of our heart’s love to God protects us from ignorance, from karma, from world conditions because we are sealed when we are perpetually loving God. It is a tremendous gift of free will. We have the choice to love or not to love God, to direct our heart to him or not to. And therefore, we can observe the lever of attention, the lever of the heart—its occupation.

For there are some who do not have a pure heart. There are some who retain hardness of heart, the fear of the heart, records of death. These momentums, which are of karma (therefore we say they are karmic), block the flow of pure love, of one hundred percent of our life to God.

We desire to purify the heart, for out of the heart are the issues of life. When we allow the heart’s energies to descend to feed untoward desires and old momentums, these increase in power because our power is in the heart. And then these desires and momentums overtake us, and when we are confronted by them we are not able to defeat them because we have given them our attention.

And therefore, to fulfill the Great Commandment in all of its essence means to daily withdraw the heart’s devotion and love from those extraneous, exterior matters—matters of ambition or ego. For the ego would displace the Christ consciousness of our heart, setting up material goals, desires to acquire, desires of all manner of things in life. And each one of these desires takes a little bit of the momentum of the heart.

And then, when we need the heart for healing, for the supreme gift of life to someone, for raising the dead, for making our own ascension, for winning a cause, for standing for justice, the heart is weak, it cannot perform. We do not have the full power of the Godhead to pour that heart into His desire, His devotion.

When you love someone with all your heart, you begin to know that one very well. You begin to sense his very heartbeat and his soul and spirit. You live and move with him because out of the devotion comes a oneness.

Thus, when the object of your love is God—first and foremost the Mighty I AM Presence and then that Presence of God in all people—when you love God with such a steadfastness of your attention, you begin to know who he really is. You know the Father. There is such a current and an opening established in your life that you speak and he answers. And the acceleration of devotion of your heart clears the pathway for the descent of light. You ask God a question and he answers you by his Holy Spirit, by the Son of God also dwelling bodily within you.

If you don’t practice and exercise and communicate, then one fine day when you need an answer, it will be as though the heavens were leaden and you will hear nothing. Well, if you do not write a letter to someone for many years, and all of a sudden you knock on the door and say, “Here I am!” they will say, “Where have you been all this time? I haven’t heard from you. Now you expect me to be your friend—all of a sudden you need me. Well, I have other things to do today.”

In other words, a friendship or a love requires nourishing, as you water a plant daily. One should not presume upon this love-tie to God. One should have devotion to it as one is devoted to one’s acquaintances and understand that the bond of love needs nourishing.

When you know God because you love him and you feel him, you have a sense of anticipation of the Father’s presence in your life and in your decisions. You begin to know what God would want you to do in the given circumstance. You do not have to ponder every footstep, because your footsteps have a goal and you are moving straight to the goal. You do not have to ask God a thousand questions, because you have the sense of his being and you know what he expects; it is second nature. God has become your second nature because you love him, the Lord thy God, with all thy heart.

This is Part 1 of 5 of a sermon on Mark 12:28-34 by the Messenger Elizabeth Clare Prophet delivered on Palm Sunday, April 15, 1984, at Camelot. It is published in Pearls of Wisdom Vol. 27 No. 23 – May 28, 1984.

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Life Begets Life – Continuity of the Sul Part 3

28 Mar

 

The abortion of a soul is the abortion of her destiny and her divine plan. It is the abortion of an individual calling from God. For our Father-Mother God chooses the very special moment in history for each soul to return to earth to take part in the divine plan of the decades and the centuries.

When we abort life in the womb we are aborting the opportunity of a soul whose timetable has come to be on earth at that precise astrological moment.

The timetables of the conception and birth of every child are directed by Almighty God, the Archangels and cosmic beings of Light and the specific Ascended Masters who are the sponsors of that soul, the Godparents, if you will.

These timetables are part of God’s grand design of life.

Think how wondrously you were made, how God cared for you personally, how your own Father-Mother ordained your conception, your parents, your life, your purpose, your reason for being, carefully oversaw the nurturing of you in the womb.

And you were born at that precise moment.

No one is an unwanted child. Though parents may think they don’t want the child, it is the true Godparents who have wanted you and ordained you.

Therefore I say to all, be healed of the burden that you may have been the unwanted child, for your Father-Mother God loved you in the beginning, has loved you through the burdens of such associations and will love you all the way through to your victory home to his heart.

Not one birth has ever taken place upon this planet that was not sanctioned by Almighty God and the Holy Spirit.

No matter how hard you may try to conceive a child, unless it is the will of God and the timing of God, that child will not be conceived.

The moment of conception is the moment of the ordaining of life by the Holy Spirit.

Even before a child is conceived the womb, the divine plan of a soul has been worked out in intricate detail. The grand design of God is so exact that at the moment of conception the genes in that tiny embryo are already suited to the specific soul who will inhabit it.

Before conception ever takes place, a board of spiritual overseers (called the Karmic Board), together with the Holy Christ Self of the soul, determines when and where and under what circumstances the soul will embody. These circumstances are tailored to the soul’s needs in order to give her the best opportunity to work out her karma.

The law of karma is inseparable from life upon earth. It implies reincarnation, even as reincarnation implies karma.

Karma, the karma each of us carries with us, contains positive and negative momentums—momentums we have set in motion by our free will, by actions, by words, by deeds, by thoughts, by feelings, as well as by sins of omission, inaction, no speaking out when should, not taking action but simply sitting back and being an observer, taking life as a spectator sport.

Karma is reaping what we have sown, yesterday, five minutes ago, and ten thousand years ago.

As God has ordained the cycles and laws of his universe, it works out that many of us do not reap in a given lifetime what we have sown in that life.

We don’t know if it will take a thousand or twelve thousand years for that energy, those actions to come full circle to demand that we make them right.

But God knows and his law is unerring and unfailing and always just.

And therefore if we do the tasks of the day, perform the services and take our responsibilities each day of our life, doing all we can do to help others as well as to inject into the society gifts we can give, something we can offer of our creation from our profession, from our learning—that is sowing good karma as well as balancing bad karma.

Free will, therefore, cannot be absolute or omnipotent because in the exercise of free will we have ordained what must come next in our life, whether blessing or bane, according to how we have sown. You would have to not be an observer of life at all to have failed to have seen that this law of karma is always acting in your life.

When we abort life in the womb we are aborting the opportunity of a soul whose timetable has come to be on earth at that precise astrological moment. The timetables of the conception and birth of every child are directed by Almighty God, by the archangels and cosmic beings of light and the specific ascended masters who are the sponsors of that soul, the Godparents, if you will. These timetables are part of God’s grand design of life. —Elizabeth Clare Prophet, March 30, 1991

 

Life Begets Life Part 2

21 Mar

 

So the spirit is also infused into the physical body as the very blood cells are being formed. The spirit or essence is always in the blood of the individual as well as in the entire body itself.

The etheric body contains the record of your divine plan, the image of the Christ in whose image you were made. The etheric body contains the memories and records of all that you have ever done in previous lifetimes.

We know that our memory in this life defines our identity. Removed from the screen and from the memory bank of the computer, all memories of everything we have ever done before this moment, and not one of us would know who we are. We are who we are by memory.

But the memory we contain and the momentums in that memory contain all of the experiences that we have ever had since we first came forth from the heart of God—that memory is with the soul integrating with the physical body in this nine-month period.

Likewise the mental body is the accumulation of the cognitive and reasoning mind, the rational thinking self. All that we have ever thought and reasoned and become because of our thoughts and reasonings we bring with us in our mental body. It is there from the moment of conception.

Through the entire process of gestation, this mind is meshing with the new physical body.

It is part of the identity being formed and the identity that already is, for the child’s psychology is molded while he is in the womb by his parents’ psychology. And that becomes part of the psychology that he brings with him from past lifetimes.

What we need to understand is the selective process by Almighty God, by the Mind of Christ, of the genetic code that will be ours for this lifetime. Through that genetic code and those genes, we are expressing a portion of the vast memory, mental and desire bank that we bring with us.

A slice of our life will become prominent in this incarnation, for our life is infinite. And this finite time-and-space world, this finite body cannot contain the totality of our being.

Therefore you see the great Causal Body of yourself in the Chart behind me and you see those spheres of Light that contain all good, all that is of high vibration, all that is constructive that you have ever done in all of your previous lifetimes.

For the purposes of your divine plan and your karma in this life, you can access a portion of that Causal Body to accomplish certain things that are your assignment for this life.

And so, just as you bring your memory and your mind with you, you bring your desires and your desire body.

We have fulfilled and unfulfilled desires from previous lifetimes. We will have to deal with these; we will have to sort them out. We will have to admit the limits of our mortality, three score and ten.

Which desires shall we fulfill in this lifetime? This we will learn to do under the guidance of teachers, parents and our own communion with our own inner God.

So we have to look at what we want to accomplish in life. We have to look at our unfulfilled goals.

And we have to see, for instance, if there has been a sudden cutting-off in the very midst of the very prime of life of those things that we wanted to accomplish, maybe by untimely death or a violent crime.

We may desire to come back and pick up the pieces as soon as possible, to be reunited with loved ones, to fulfill what we began.

Many of us are here today because we have unfinished business.

I feel that I have unfinished business. I have many things I want to do. And one of the most important things I want to do is to tell you and the world today about the soul in the womb and the tremendous opportunity to fulfill that fiery destiny that God has ordained for each one of us.

When we abort life in the womb we are aborting the opportunity of a soul whose timetable has come to be on earth at that precise astrological moment. The timetables of the conception and birth of every child are directed by Almighty God, by the archangels and cosmic beings of light and the specific ascended masters who are the sponsors of that soul, the Godparents, if you will. These timetables are part of God’s grand design of life.”Elizabeth Clare Prophet, March 30, 1991

 

The Nature of God- Ascended Masters Perspective

4 Dec

The Father/Mother God

Let’s turn our attention to the ascended masters’ explanation of what God is.  Our first excerpt is from a lecture by Mrs. Prophet called “The Torch Is Passed.” [1] She uses the principle of hierarchy to explain how God manifests throughout cosmos.

In this lecture we will give an outline of hierarchy and of the Great White Brotherhood, because it is important that we understand the order that is heaven’s first law and how that order manifests in the release of light from the central sun all the way down from the coordinates of hierarchy to our point in time and space.

Beginning in the heart of the Great Central Sun, hierarchy manifests as the stepping-down of the energies of Alpha and Omega, of the sacred AUM, of the I AM THAT I AM that is the fiery focal point for the whole of creation, the whole of the cosmos. The Elohim and cosmic beings carry the greatest concentration, the highest vibration of light that we can comprehend in our state of evolution. Alpha and Omega are beings ascended who represent and focus the Father-Mother God in the Great Central Sun. They are the highest expression of twin flames that we know of, and we refer to them as our Father-Mother God. John the Beloved heard them called “the beginning and the ending.” In fact, it was the Lord who spoke, “I AM Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending.”[2] [3]

An additional definition of Alpha and Omega:

The Divine Wholeness of the Father-Mother God affirmed as the “beginning and the ending” by the Lord Christ in Revelation. Ascended twin flames of the Cosmic Christ consciousness who hold the balance of the masculine-feminine polarity of the Godhead in the Great Central Sun of cosmos. Thus, through the Universal Christ, the Word incarnate, the Father is the origin and the Mother is the fulfillment of the cycles of God’s consciousness expressed throughout the Spirit-Matter creation.[4]

Father/Mother God

Thus, at the highest known point of being in the Great Central Sun, we find two ascended beings, twin flames, who focus the consciousness of God for the cosmos in its masculine (Spirit, Father) and feminine (Matter, Mother) polarity.

This statement has tremendous implications for how the masters view divine existence. As ascended beings, Alpha and Omega have passed through the long journey through Matter and back to Spirit. They are part of the creation—and though they have tremendous power, they cannot be the creators of the creation.

The I AM THAT I AM

Ascended masters frequently use another set of names for God, terms derived from the Bible: Lord God Almighty, the Almighty, or Almighty God. These names point to one attribute of God: Possessing all-power.

Just as often, they speak simply about God, the Lord God or the Most High God.

They also express the name of God as the I AM or I AM THAT I AM—the name of God revealed to Moses in the burning bush.

And Moses said unto God, Behold, when I come unto the children of Israel, and shall say unto them, The God of your fathers hath sent me unto you; and they shall say to me, What is his name? what shall I say unto them?
And God said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you.[5]

When God revealed himself as the I AM THAT I AM, it was the most compact, self-contained statement of being that could possibly be given. “I AM.” Not, I am this or I am that.  Simply, I AM. I exist, I am what I am, and that is all I will say about it.  “I AM” It is the highest statement of being, not defined by attributes but simply by existence.

There is one other appellation that may help us understand the Supreme God: The Nameless One, also called “the Nameless One from out the Great Central Sun.”  Just like “I AM THAT I AM,” the title “Nameless One” points to a God whose attributes are not revealed to us.

This being once gave a dictation through Elizabeth Clare Prophet and said this:

From out the Great Central Sun I, the Nameless One, do speak to my beloved. I have opened the channels of light. And I am the Nameless One, for to give you a name,[6] beloved, would give you access to my Causal Body.[7] People of earth are not yet ready to access that Causal Body. Therefore I speak out of profound love for your being that once was a God-free being, as I am, but now does perceive out of the windows of a limited self.  (…)
For I am in the white fire core of the Central Sun. I have stepped down my vibration millions of times to speak to you. Thus my voice is the voice of one who knows the science of the creation of worlds. Can you not call upon me for the creation of solutions to these minor and major problems you are facing?

Who is the Nameless One?  Does this term relate to the transcendent Creator God?  This might be so given this sentence in his dictation: “one who knows the science of the creation of worlds.”

A dictation by the Cosmic Being Mighty Victory corroborates this possibility.  Victory said:

Beloved ones, the Four and Twenty Elders are standing in awe of Sanat Kumara, the Ancient of Days, who himself, upon the great white throne, stands and bows before the Nameless One, the Almighty, who bequeathed to him the opportunity for the salvation of earth. The hosts of the Lord and the Cosmic Council have given all that can be given thus far in answer to your calls for the increase of the spin of this earth planet you call home.[8]

Thus, by equating the Nameless One with the Almighty, we may conclude that the term Nameless One refers to the Creator God of the universe. If this is so, the words spoken by the Nameless One are another confirmation that our Creator God is intimately connected and concerned with every aspect of his creation.

Attributes of God

For centuries, mankind had tried to define what God is, by ascribing attributes to God—often human-like, anthropomorphic attributes. Whenever we ascribe an attribute to something, this is simultaneous an act of exclusion or placing limitations on God. If we say God is something—say “compassionate,” we simultaneously say he is not hateful or vengeful or overly just. In other words, we begin to limit our understanding of what God is by ascribing attributes to him.

Yet, we learned from our review of the I AM THAT I AM and the Nameless One that God will not be limited by human thinking and feeling.  He or she or it is what he or she or it is.  It’s important to understand this aspect of the debates about God, so you can accurately represent the ascended masters’ teachings about the true nature of God.

The Triune God

As we continue our search for the nature of God from the I AM THAT I AM and the Father/Mother God, we see that more and more attributes of God are being revealed.

In both the east and the west we find the concept of the threefold nature of God. Hinduism, which recognizes Brahman as the supreme God, characterizes him as consisting of the trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva—the Creator, Preserver and Destroyer.  Hinduism also recognizes the concept of Shakti, meaning “sacred force” or “empowerment.” Shakti personifies the divine feminine, understood to be the creative force that permeates the universe. She is sometimes referred to as the “Great Divine Mother.”

The Christian religion likewise recognizes a triune nature or three “persons” within the supreme Godhead: that of God the Father (Yahweh), God the Son (Jesus Christ) and God the Holy Spirit. In Catholicism, we see the additional reverence for God as Mother in the person of Mary the Mother, “Mother of God.”

Trinity

Taken as a unit, the Trinity expresses what the masters call the threefold flame, an organizing principle found all through cosmos.

The primary qualities of the threefold flame are Power (the Father aspect), Wisdom (the Son aspect) and Love (the Holy Spirit aspect).

The Four Personalities of God

Adding a new dimension to the concept of the Trinity, we arrive at the notion of a fourfold divinity.

The Ascended Master Saint Germain explained to us the fourfold nature of God, as follows: God has four different “faces;” he manifests through four different “personalities.” These are characteristic of four different ways of how God interacts with the creation. The four personalities are:

  • God the Father: The Impersonal Impersonality
  • God the Son: The Impersonal Personality
  • God the Mother: The Personal Personality
  • God the Holy Spirit: The Personal Impersonality

 

Four Personalities of God

Let’s look at each of the Personalities of God in more detail.

God as Father: The Impersonal Impersonality

The image of God as Father is correlated with the etheric quadrant, the realm of pure ideas and ideals. In the diagram we see that God as Father has the ++ polarity; it is pure Spirit.

What is an Impersonal Impersonality? It is a Law. It is a principle. It is a Spirit. That is why it is written, “God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.”[9] But we need not leave God as a Spirit, as an Impersonal Impersonality, for he did not leave himself as such. The Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld his glory.[10] The only way you can behold an impersonal God is if he will personify an aspect of himself.[11]

Of all the world religions, Judaism and Islam are most clearly centered on God as Father, in his aspect of Lawgiver and director of all life. In the east, Confucianism expresses love for God as Father in a deep respect for law, discipline and tradition.  Buddhism, which does not recognize a personal God, best fits in this category of God as Father because of its striving for unity with the abstract principle of divine existence.

Within Christianity, emphasis on God as Father is found most strongly in traditional, fundamentalist Protestantism.

God as Son: The Impersonal Personality

The image of God as Son is associated with the mental quadrant, the realm of cognition. The Son aspect of God, being born of Father and Mother, is the mediator between the two, the one who is able to communicate both “up” to the Father and “down” to the Mother.  As such, the Son has the mixed polarity, – +, that signifies this intermediary position between Spirit (+) and Matter (–).

And so in the Christed ones and sons and daughters of God, we find revealed a personality that is yet impersonal. The Christ is a personality, a figure, someone we can know, yet who is impersonal to the extent that he dispenses the laws of a cosmos equally among the multitudes, among his followers. He teaches the Law. He does not enter into human relationships or family ties. He remains the teacher—impersonal, yet personal.[12]

Christianity in its totality, being named after Christ the Son, is focused most clearly on the Son aspect of God.

We also find this aspect in Hinduism in the form of the worship of Krishna, the eighth incarnation of Vishnu, who represents the Second or Son aspect of the Hindu Trinity.

God as Mother: The Personal Personality

God as Mother is positioned in the emotional quadrant. Here we find the double negative (– –), meaning the place where God is descended to the deepest point in Matter—and as such becomes very tangible to the creation.

Then God enters the heart of the Mother in Matter, and we experience God as Mother, the most personal person we will ever know, the most intimate relationship we will ever have—the Mother and the child. We get to know God in the nearest, dearest sense of that ever-present Mother, that flame of love omnipresent, very personal. The face we can always see is the face of our mother.[13]

God as Mother shows itself most prominently in Hinduism, in the form an abundance of deities, both masculine and feminine, that play very direct, immediate roles in the lives of the devotees. It’s hard to imagine a more “personal” religious environment.

Within Christianity, it’s the Catholic Church that fully embraced the aspect of God as Mother, in the form of worship of Mary the Mother of Jesus, the Queen of Heaven and Mother of God.

God as Holy Spirit: The Personal Impersonality

In the earth quadrant we find God as the Holy Spirit.  Like the Son, the Holy Spirit has a mixed polarity, but it is the opposite of that of the Son: – +.  Just as Father and Mother are in polarity, the Son and the Holy Spirit are in polarity to each other.

At the line of the Holy Spirit, God becomes a Personal Impersonality, just the reverse of the Impersonal Personality. And the reverse comes as a matter of frequency, as a matter of vibration. The Holy Spirit is a very present yet unseen help. It is the Comforter who comes when the avatar ascends, who teaches us all things. We can almost touch the Holy Spirit, yet not quite. We converse with the Holy Spirit. We feel that presence in each breath we take, and yet it is the unseen one. It is the Personal Impersonality.[14]

Taoism characterizes the divine as the impersonal flow of the Great Tao through the universe. The Tao is the One and the Way. Taoists’ striving is focused on becoming one with that flow of the One. Zoroastrianism reveres God as Fire. In essence, both focus on the Holy Spirit aspect of God.

Within Christianity, Pentecostal movements in particular have embraced this aspect of God as Holy Spirit.

 

[1] Elizabeth Clare Prophet, “The Torch is Passed” (July 3, 1975). This lecture is published in her book, The Great White Brotherhood in the Culture, History and religion of America.

[2] Rev. 1:8.

[3] “The Torch Is Passed.”

[4] Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Saint Germain on Alchemy, Glossary.

[5] Ex. 3:13-14.

[6] i.e. my name.

[7] The body of first cause, where we find the attributes of identity that define a spiritual being. Causal bodies are found at many levels, from the human to the highest divine beings.

[8] Pearls of Wisdom Vol. 43  No. 17, “Victory’s Star” (April 23, 2000).

[9] John 4:24.

[10] John 1:14.

[11] Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Predict Your Future, Ch. 3.

[12] Ibid.

[13] Ibid.

[14] Ibid

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