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Persevere! And You Shall Win!

18 Apr

Gracious ones, as I myself pause to consider the aspects of mortal discouragement, I am reminded again and again how each Ascended One has overcome. I am reminded how each Ascended One has longed to find release from that which binds–

To know, to do, to dare;
To hold communion’s sacred prayer


With God alone in towers strong,
Shut out all wrong
And be alone with Him.
Thus will all mortal clamor die,
Confusion fly,
And peace be born that day, that morn.
Rejoice!  Mourn no more,
For Life at hand defies
All that which is unreal.
Life demands you feel
The beat of sovereign heart;
The feet of Christ impart
The power to cleave the mountains apart
And be that which you see.

I AM the Lord thy God.
His word is Law, His rod is power;
His word by grace will sin devour.
His power reaches out to win
Beyond doubt the ascension flame,
Flashing forth now in act, in vow,
In compassion as you plow a furrow straight,
Parting the land for fruit and flower
And hope beyond debate.
You must hold that vision fair,
That holy vision flashing through the air
That shows that Heaven’s here,
Not far away.
O grateful ones, you run this day
To win, to persevere!

I thank you and I commend you
Into the watchful care of the Holy One
Who shall neither slumber nor sleep
But shall keep you ‘neath His feet
That raised you may be
Up through the air in spiral fair
To hold His hands in Reality’s prayer–
A goal that’s won, a spark to Sun
Applied as Light that ends all night,
And brightness shines forevermore!

 

Excerpt from a Dictation by Beloved Serapis Bey
“Persevere! And You Shall Win!”

given at the Retreat of the Resurrection Spiral, February 20, 1966
Continued from “The Radiant Word” of September 17, 1972 vol 15 No, 40 TSL.org

Spiritual Resurrection

22 Jun
  • What is the resurrection?
  • Would it be possible to end physical death?
  • What about physical healing?
  • What is the first thing you seek to change?
  • What is the ascension?
  • What does karma have to do with it?

Mrs. Prophet, speaks about about the resurrection.

The resurrection proves Saint Paul’s teaching that the last enemy to be overcome is death. The reality of it is that there is no death, but we have to prove that there is no death.

The resurrection is a resurgence of God’s energy through our being, through our chakras. It was the drawing forth of the energies of the resurrection from the I AM Presence and from the base-of-the-spine chakra that enabled Jesus to restore life to his temple. By the meditation of his soul upon the Oversoul, or the Higher Self, he overshadowed his body until he restored that body to life.

Now, we begin our resurrection by the restoration of consciousness, of joy, of happiness, of love, of truth. And we keep on increasing and accelerating God’s consciousness within us until the ultimate victory over death is a natural conclusion of our soul’s quest on the Path and of our soul’s reunion with God.

Resurrection Manta

Continuing, then, with El Morya’s “Heart, Head and Hand Decrees,” we have a mantra for the resurrection—and it can be used every day. As we give this mantra we can say, “I am being resurrected every day! I am overcoming death every day!”

Resurrection I AM affirmationI AM the flame of resurrection
Blazing God’s pure light through me.
Now I AM raising every atom,
From every shadow I AM free.

I AM the light of God’s full Presence,
I AM living ever free.
Now the flame of life eternal
Rises up to victory.

We accompany this mantra with the visualization of white light coming through us, rising through us as a white fire pulsating from beneath our feet, through our consciousness and chakras. It is an energy field that can restore us from sickness to health, from depression to wholeness, from anxiety to joy.

Mantras for Transmuting Karma

There is an alchemy in this mantra and in all mantras whereby through the Science of the Spoken Word, as in no other form of meditation, misuses of God’s energy are transmuted. This process of transmutation means that each time we give mantras that contain the name of God, I AM, we are actually balancing negative karma.

Karma is simply the substance of God’s energy that we have qualified either correctly or incorrectly. There is good karma and bad karma, positive karma and negative karma. Our goal is to re-qualify with light the energy that we have misqualified with darkness. This misqualified energy is stored in a forcefield comparable to the subconscious. When we give these mantras, increments of that energy are returned to the causal body, or the spheres of consciousness that surround the I AM Presence.

So mantras are not given simply for the alteration of a state of consciousness, although they do accomplish this. More importantly, they are always involved in the forgiveness of sin and the balancing of karma. Balancing karma means paying the debt for our misuses of God’s light, energy and consciousness.

We give the mantra on the resurrection to remove the consciousness of death. More than we realize, we are burdened by the energies of death on a day-to-day basis. Fear is the beginning of death. Doubt in oneself is the beginning of death. The condemnation or the belittlement of the self is the murdering of the self and its potential to be free. Freedom comes through this resurrection flame.

Are you saying it would be possible to end physical death?

The termination of death begins in consciousness. Since death is not real, what we see as death is simply the laying down of the body temple by the soul, who then journeys to other planes of consciousness, or other mansions in the Father’s house.

Jesus said: “In my Father’s house are many mansions. If it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you… that where I am, ye may be also.” The mansions are planes of consciousness, and there are many planes of consciousness. The soul journeys to these planes both after the transition called death and during sleep at night. Our souls may depart our body temples and go to other places and other schoolrooms for a learning experience.

Death, then, is the illusion of the cessation of life and it is only real to those who believe that our life is actually in the body. But life is in the flame in the heart and in the soul, and these move on as the path of acceleration continues here and hereafter.

Ultimately the demonstration of the ascension will mean not only the ascension of the soul but also of the physical body. But we have more immediate goals than the overcoming of physical death. Our immediate goal is the resurrection of life as it ought to be lived on earth today.

What about physical healing?

Physical healing may come about in the same way—through the use of meditation and the Science of the Spoken Word and also through the proper diet, which is most important.

We can see that light in our body temples brings about a manifestation of healing. Since so many physical conditions are caused by mental and emotional problems, the healing of the mind and emotions and the erasing by the violet flame of records in the subconscious is often all that is required to eliminate physical suffering.

So the first thing you seek to change is consciousness?

We go to cause behind effect. That doesn’t mean to say we don’t call upon the medical profession and use medicines and whatever is necessary—surgery, et cetera—for the correction of conditions in the body. But ultimately we seek to manifest the victory wherein the mind of God within us controls the manifestation in matter.

What happens after the resurrection?

You recall that after Jesus’ resurrection he came back. He spent forty days with the disciples. He gave them instruction in the Upper Room and told them: “Tarry ye in the city of Jerusalem, until ye be endued with power from on high.” And that power from on high descended with the descent of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost.

After the resurrection comes the ascension. We talked about the concept of ascending every day, every hour. The ascension is the acceleration of consciousness. It is actually the increase of the vibratory rate of the electrons as they whirl about and through the nucleus of the atom until ultimately the soul reunites with the I AM Presence, the individualized Presence of God.

Ascension Mantra

The concluding mantra in the “Heart, Head and Hand” series is a mantra of the ascension. As soon as we begin to give it, we are accelerating the white light in our auras, preparing for that ultimate reunion with God at the conclusion of this life or our next life of incarnation. This is how it goes:

Ascension mantraI AM ascension light, Victory flowing free,
All of good won at last For all eternity.
I AM light, all weights are gone. Into the air I raise;
To all I pour with full God-power
My wondrous song of praise.

All hail! I AM the living Christ,
The ever-loving One.
Ascended now with full God-power,
I AM a blazing sun!

The visualization for this mantra is a sphere of white light that now envelops the entire form, the entire being. When we say, “I AM the living Christ,” we are affirming, “God in me is the living Christ, and that Christ, which was in Jesus, is now manifesting in me as the fullness of the threefold flame in my heart.”

Visualizing the self as a blazing sun gives us the key to the alchemy whereby Jesus disappeared from the people’s midst and whereby he could come into the Upper Room right through the wall. That alchemy was simply the rearrangement of the atoms and molecules of his physical body so they could pass through the atoms and molecules of the wall.

The day is going to come in the not-too-distant future when people on earth will be doing this without difficulty, and it is amazing how quickly this will happen as they begin to understand the science of the Word.

Now, when I say, “the science of the Word,” I’m talking about Word with a capital W. I’m talking about the Word incarnate. I’m not just talking about the words that come through the throat chakra in these decrees.

I’m talking about the Word as the very energy of creation, which we express when we give a mantra.

The goal of all of this is immortality, right?

That goal is something that is near and dear to the people of every religion in the world. Whether it’s called soul liberation or the ascension or nirvana, it is the same thing. It’s what Paul said: “This corruptible must put on incorruption.”

This corruptible must put on incorruption! Paul said that as the very equation of his being bursting from within. His soul was crying out—he knew this as the goal of life. And this is the eternal quest of the overcomers.

Paul also said, “This mortal must put on immortality.” This which is temporal in time and space, this soul, which is my option to opt for eternity, must accelerate, must return to the source whence it came—the I AM Presence.

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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 ...

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Spiritual Resurrection

19 Nov
  • What is the resurrection?
  • Would it be possible to end physical death?
  • What about physical healing?
  • What is the first thing you seek to change?
  • What is the ascension?
  • What does karma have to do with it?

Mrs. Prophet, you say we’re supposed to do everything that Jesus did. How about the resurrection?

The resurrection proves Saint Paul’s teaching that the last enemy to be overcome is death. The reality of it is that there is no death, but we have to prove that there is no death.

The resurrection is a resurgence of God’s energy through our being, through our chakras. It was the drawing forth of the energies of the resurrection from the I AM Presence and from the base-of-the-spine chakra that enabled Jesus to restore life to his temple. By the meditation of his soul upon the Oversoul, or the Higher Self, he overshadowed his body until he restored that body to life.

Now, we begin our resurrection by the restoration of consciousness, of joy, of happiness, of love, of truth. And we keep on increasing and accelerating God’s consciousness within us until the ultimate victory over death is a natural conclusion of our soul’s quest on the Path and of our soul’s reunion with God.

Resurrection Manta

Continuing, then, with El Morya’s “Heart, Head and Hand Decrees,” we have a mantra for the resurrection—and it can be used every day. As we give this mantra we can say, “I am being resurrected every day! I am overcoming death every day!”

Resurrection I AM affirmationI AM the flame of resurrection
Blazing God’s pure light through me.
Now I AM raising every atom,
From every shadow I AM free.

I AM the light of God’s full Presence,
I AM living ever free.
Now the flame of life eternal
Rises up to victory.

We accompany this mantra with the visualization of white light coming through us, rising through us as a white fire pulsating from beneath our feet, through our consciousness and chakras. It is an energy field that can restore us from sickness to health, from depression to wholeness, from anxiety to joy.

Mantras for Transmuting Karma

There is an alchemy in this mantra and in all mantras whereby through the Science of the Spoken Word, as in no other form of meditation, misuses of God’s energy are transmuted. This process of transmutation means that each time we give mantras that contain the name of God, I AM, we are actually balancing negative karma.

Karma is simply the substance of God’s energy that we have qualified either correctly or incorrectly. There is good karma and bad karma, positive karma and negative karma. Our goal is to requalify with light the energy that we have misqualified with darkness. This misqualified energy is stored in a forcefield comparable to the subconscious. When we give these mantras, increments of that energy are returned to the causal body, or the spheres of consciousness that surround the I AM Presence.

So mantras are not given simply for the alteration of a state of consciousness, although they do accomplish this. More importantly, they are always involved in the forgiveness of sin and the balancing of karma. Balancing karma means paying the debt for our misuses of God’s light, energy and consciousness.

We give the mantra on the resurrection to remove the consciousness of death. More than we realize, we are burdened by the energies of death on a day-to-day basis. Fear is the beginning of death. Doubt in oneself is the beginning of death. The condemnation or the belittlement of the self is the murdering of the self and its potential to be free. Freedom comes through this resurrection flame.

Are you saying it would be possible to end physical death?

The termination of death begins in consciousness. Since death is not real, what we see as death is simply the laying down of the body temple by the soul, who then journeys to other planes of consciousness, or other mansions in the Father’s house.

Jesus said: “In my Father’s house are many mansions. If it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you… that where I am, ye may be also.” The mansions are planes of consciousness, and there are many planes of consciousness. The soul journeys to these planes both after the transition called death and during sleep at night. Our souls may depart our body temples and go to other places and other schoolrooms for a learning experience.

Death, then, is the illusion of the cessation of life and it is only real to those who believe that our life is actually in the body. But life is in the flame in the heart and in the soul, and these move on as the path of acceleration continues here and hereafter.

Ultimately the demonstration of the ascension will mean not only the ascension of the soul but also of the physical body. But we have more immediate goals than the overcoming of physical death. Our immediate goal is the resurrection of life as it ought to be lived on earth today.

What about physical healing?

Physical healing may come about in the same way—through the use of meditation and the Science of the Spoken Word and also through the proper diet, which is most important.

We can see that light in our body temples brings about a manifestation of healing. Since so many physical conditions are caused by mental and emotional problems, the healing of the mind and emotions and the erasing by the violet flame of records in the subconscious is often all that is required to eliminate physical suffering.

So the first thing you seek to change is consciousness?

We go to cause behind effect. That doesn’t mean to say we don’t call upon the medical profession and use medicines and whatever is necessary—surgery, et cetera—for the correction of conditions in the body. But ultimately we seek to manifest the victory wherein the mind of God within us controls the manifestation in matter.

What happens after the resurrection?

You recall that after Jesus’ resurrection he came back. He spent forty days with the disciples. He gave them instruction in the Upper Room and told them: “Tarry ye in the city of Jerusalem, until ye be endued with power from on high.” And that power from on high descended with the descent of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost.

After the resurrection comes the ascension. We talked about the concept of ascending every day, every hour. The ascension is the acceleration of consciousness. It is actually the increase of the vibratory rate of the electrons as they whirl about and through the nucleus of the atom until ultimately the soul reunites with the I AM Presence, the individualized Presence of God.

Ascension Mantra

The concluding mantra in the “Heart, Head and Hand” series is a mantra of the ascension. As soon as we begin to give it, we are accelerating the white light in our auras, preparing for that ultimate reunion with God at the conclusion of this life or our next life of incarnation. This is how it goes:

Ascension mantraI AM ascension light, Victory flowing free,
All of good won at last For all eternity.
I AM light, all weights are gone. Into the air I raise;
To all I pour with full God-power
My wondrous song of praise.

All hail! I AM the living Christ,
The ever-loving One.
Ascended now with full God-power,
I AM a blazing sun!

The visualization for this mantra is a sphere of white light that now envelops the entire form, the entire being. When we say, “I AM the living Christ,” we are affirming, “God in me is the living Christ, and that Christ, which was in Jesus, is now manifesting in me as the fullness of the threefold flame in my heart.”

Visualizing the self as a blazing sun gives us the key to the alchemy whereby Jesus disappeared from the people’s midst and whereby he could come into the Upper Room right through the wall. That alchemy was simply the rearrangement of the atoms and molecules of his physical body so they could pass through the atoms and molecules of the wall.

The day is going to come in the not-too-distant future when people on earth will be doing this without difficulty, and it is amazing how quickly this will happen as they begin to understand the science of the Word.

Now, when I say, “the science of the Word,” I’m talking about Word with a capital W. I’m talking about the Word incarnate. I’m not just talking about the words that come through the throat chakra in these decrees.

I’m talking about the Word as the very energy of creation, which we express when we give a mantra.

The goal of all of this is immortality, right?

That goal is something that is near and dear to the people of every religion in the world. Whether it’s called soul liberation or the ascension or nirvana, it is the same thing. It’s what Paul said: “This corruptible must put on incorruption.”

This corruptible must put on incorruption! Paul said that as the very equation of his being bursting from within. His soul was crying out—he knew this as the goal of life. And this is the eternal quest of the overcomers.

Paul also said, “This mortal must put on immortality.” This which is temporal in time and space, this soul, which is my option to opt for eternity, must accelerate, must return to the source whence it came—the I AM Presence.

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