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Maha Chohan – Great Lord

15 Jan

MAha Chohan

Representative of the Holy Spirit

The Maha Chohan is the representative of the Holy Spirit. The one who holds this office in hierarchy represents the Holy Spirit of the Father-Mother God, of Alpha and Omega, to the evolutions of this planet and to the elemental kingdom. The retreat of the Maha Chohan, the Temple of Comfort, is located on the etheric plane with a focus in the physical at the island of Sri Lanka, where the flame of the Holy Spirit and the flame of Comfort are anchored. His twin flame is Pallas Athena, Goddess of Truth.

Maha Chohan means “Great Lord,” and the Maha Chohan is the Great Lord of the seven chohans, the director of the seven chohans of the rays. Among the qualifications for this office in hierarchy is the attainment of adeptship on each of the seven rays, which merge into the pure white light of the Holy Spirit. With the seven chohans, he initiates our souls in preparation to receive the nine gifts of the Holy Spirit, spoken of in the Bible, 1 Corinthians 12:4-11.

The Maha Chohan and the Flame of the Holy Spirit

Initiation: The chakras and the All Power in Heaven and in Earth Gifts of the Holy Spirit: The Nine Gifts Multiplied by Free Will and the Threefold Flame Retreat: Ceylon (Sri Lanka) Vibration: White, Pink, Rose, Ruby, White-Fire Core of All Rays Music: The radiation of the Maha Chohan is drawn through the musical composition Homing, by Arthur Salmon. Gemstone: Diamond, Yellow Diamond, Topaz, Ruby, Rose Quartz, Pink Beryl, Pearl Quality: Comfort Enlightenment. Breath of Life Day: Liberator of the Sacred Fire of the Seven Rays/All Days

Awaken the Light Within and Change Yourself and Your World

The Maha Chohan will minister to you at every crossroad in life, if you will but pause for a moment when making decisions, think of the Holy Spirit and simply say the mantra, “Come, Holy Spirit, enlighten me.”

~Teachings of the Ascended Masters~

 

Forgive Yourself and Create Abundance

6 Sep

Self-forgiveness is a great birth.

…It is the state of being that arises

from our willingness to accept, with-

out judgement, all of who are, our

seeming shortcomings as well as

our innate glory.

-Robin Casarjian

I have met people now and then who say, “I just can’t forgive myself for this terrible thing I did.”   They’ll even say, “I know God has forgiven me.  But I just can’t forgive myself.”  If you feel you have done something unforgivable or you have misused another’s funds or spent fund unwisely, please don’t hesitate to turn to God for forgiveness and be willing to set things right.

When we cannot ask for forgiveness or receive it, in reality that means we are too proud to accept a gift from God.  We want to do it all on our own, But, in fact, we all need God.

Perhaps you acted selfishly or out of a desire for material things that you really didn’t need.  It doesn’t matter.  Don’t walk around with a sense of guilt, thinking “I am in debt. Woe is me because I have bought these things that I don’t need.  I’ve invested unwisely. I’ve wasted money God gave me.  Now look at the mess I’ve made of my life.”  Whatever mess you may have made of your finances, accept God’s forgiveness, affirm the worthiness of God, and affirm yourself as the mirror image of God.

Affirmation:

In the name of my I AM Presence,

I claim the worthiness of God, and

myself as the mirror image of God!

Remember, you are made in the image and likeness of God.  Your soul is meant to be a giant mirror of God.   Keep the mirror polished.  Look in the mirror and see God’s face smiling at you—and return that smile.  Every time something threatens to cloud the mirror–you feel a sense of injustice, you become annoyed, something unexpectedly pops up out of your unconscious–keep on polishing the mirror so you can be a more perfect reflection of God.

Speak to any force, within or without, that nags at you and tries to put you down and say:  “My God has forgiven me.  I accept that forgiveness and I forgive myself.  I am so grateful God has given me another opportunity that I will forgive all the wrongs that anyone has ever done to me or will ever do to me!”

Affirmation:

I AM forgiveness acting here,

Casting out all doubt and fear,

Setting men forever free

With wings of cosmic victory.

I AM calling in full power

For forgiveness every hour;

To all life in every place

I flood forth forgiving grace. (3x)

 

10 Keys to Creative Abundance

1. Be grateful for everything that happens to you

2.  Forgive yourself.

3.  Abandon anxiety.

4. Fire up your faith.

5. Visualize your dreams coming true.

6. Practice the science of the immaculate concept.

7. Clear your subconscious.

8.  Make a treasure map.

9.  Follow the nine steps to precipitation.

10.  Meditate on the creation of the cloud of infinite energy.

Creative Abundance by Elizabeth Clare and Mark L. Prophet

Integrating Body, Mind and Spirit

22 Jul

The human body is only

vitality, energy, and spirit…

If you want to learn the great Way,

you must value the three treasures.

-Lu Yen

Vitality.  Everybody wants it, but in today’s complex and stressful world few of us know how to capture it–and keep it.  That’s because real vitality is more than a matter of good sleep, vitamins and pumping iron.  Real vitality is physical, emotional and spiritual.  Vitality comes from understanding your most important natural resource–energy.  It comes from knowing how to tap into your energy source.  How to clear the blocks to making that connection.  How to master the flow of energy so you can express your full potential.

The ancient wisdom of the world’s spiritual traditions has much to teach us about the science of vitalizing body, mind and soul.  Again and again these traditions talk about seven levels of being and seven centers for the the exchange of energy from the spiritual world to our world.

The seven heavens of Judaism, the seven tiers of Kabbalah’s Tree of Life, Christianity’s seven sacraments and the seven chakras of Hinduism and Buddhism–they are all ways of describing how we can tap into higher levels of spiritual awareness to accelerate the flow of energy from Spirit to matter, from heaven to earth, from within to without. We will start with the ancient Eastern science of the body’s seven energy centers, or chakras.  The network of chakras forms a road map that can help you explore your physical, emotional and spiritual worlds.  For there is much more to you–and to your vitality–than meets the eye.

The colors of the chakras given represent how these vibrant vortices of light would appear at spiritual levels if they were working at peak performance.  It is import when meditating on the chakras to concentrate on the pure, original color pattern.

chakra strip

Our energy centers operate at subtle levels, invisible to the physical eye.  Yet they affect every aspect of our life, including our vitality, our creativity and our well-being.  In simple terms, you can think of the energy centers as receiving- and sending-stations for the energy that flows to you, through you and our from you moment by moment.  Each center is like a step-down transformer that translates this powerful energy from Spirit to a different level of our being, nourishing body, mind and soul. Each one has a unique part to play in the process of daily living and spiritual growth.

The seven major energy centers are situated at the etheric levels of our being along the spinal column at the base of the spine, midway between the base and the navel, at the navel, the heart, the throat, the brow, and the top of the head. We all have experienced energy flowing through our seven chakras, whether we have realized it or not.

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The energy of the base-of-the-spine chakra enables us to connect with the earth and nature and to stay grounded and practical as we master the day-to-day, physical level of existence.  Along with the seat-of-the-soul chakra, it governs our sexuality.  Through the seat-of-the-soul chakra, we also receive our gut reactions and hunches and we liberate our soul to fulfill her life plan.  Through the solar-plexus chakra, our center of peace, we express and master our emotions and desires.

Our heart center inspires us with compassion and generosity to be love in action. Through the throat center, we have access to the tremendous power of will and the spoken word to create personal and world change.  Our third-eye center enables us to focus, see a situation clearly and tap into the highest truth.  And through the crown chakra, we engage our intellect, receive those sudden flashes of illumination and experience enlightenment.

The chakras are points of contacts with dimensions of our being beyond the physical, and yet they mesh with the physical.  They are coordinates, so to speak, of Spirit right within our own bodies.  The idea that the spiritual world is mirrored in the material world and in our own physical body is an ancient one. “As is the atom, so is the universe,” say the Upanishads.  “Within the pulp of a millet seed an entire universe can be found…the pupil of the eye, an endless heaven,” writes Sufi poet Mahmud Shabestari. And the famous Hermetic axiom states, “As is the great, so is the small; as it is above, so it is below.”  In other words, the pattern of Spirit is indelibly imprinted within the very fabric of our being.

The world’s sages and healers tell us that as a result of our inner resonance with the divine, the power to heal ultimately comes from within ourselves.   Twentieth-century seer and healer Edgar Cayce, for instance, taught that all healing comes from attuning each atom of the body, each reflex of the brain forces, to the awareness of the divine” that lies within each atom and cell of the body.  He also said that true healing can only take place once there is an awakening of the spiritual self.

Our body’s seven energy centers are the gateways to that spiritual self.  When we understand how these centers work, we can work with them to bring our body, mind and emotions back into balance with our true nature.

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Elizabeth Clare Prophet

Your Real Inner Self

10 Jul

So another video to discuss our inner beings which we have been speaking about in earlier blogs.  After this we will move on to more information about the violet flame which can help us transmute our personal and planetary karma.

Awakening Your Divine Nature

5 Jul

When we hear the word resurrection, most of us think of Jesus’ return to life after his crucifixion or of the expected return to life of all Christians at the end of time.  But resurrection does not necessarily mean the return of the physical body to life after death.  Some of the Greek words in the New Testament translated as “resurrection” also mean “awakening.”  In a mystical sense, resurrection can mean that you are changed from a state of being spiritually dead or asleep into a state of being spiritually alive and awake.  The resurrection is the awakening of the soul to her divine nature.  This realization that you are God is more than just knowing it intellectually; it is affirming and manifesting your divinity in every particle of your physical and spiritual being. When you awaken to the truth that you are God, you begin your transformation into the divine being that you were at the moment of creation.

resurrection

 

As the Gnostic scripture the Treatise on the Resurrection tells us, “The resurrection…is the revelation of what is, and the transformation of things, and a transition into newness.”  Those who have the resurrection, the text tells us, “receive again what at first was.”  When you are resurrected, then you not only understand your divine nature, you also have access to the power that you knew at the moment of creation, when you were one with your I AM Presence.  Like the other stages on the way to union with God, the resurrection is accomplished in increments.  Each time you give the “Resurrection” decree, your entire being is infused with the flame of resurrection.  This  flame is a unique form of regenerative spiritual energy.  When you invoke the resurrection flame regularly, it will gradually open your spiritual energy centers, or chakras, so that they are capable of receiving more light, specifically the light of the ascension.

Though the flame of resurrection can also have a beneficial effect on the body, it doesn’t necessarily prevent people from dying physically.  Its primary function is to propel the soul to enter the state of eternal life, which is union with God.  Jesus said, “I am the resurrection and the life.  Those who believe in me, even though they die, will live, and everyone who lives and believes in me will never die.”  When we echo Jesus and say, “I AM the resurrection and the life,” and give other decrees to the resurrection flame, we are reminding ourselves that in reality we are now and forever one with the I AM Presence.  Thus, as Jesus promised, even if we die, we will live–our souls will live forever even when our bodies will have turned to dust.

As the resurrection flame is transforming your soul, it can also revitalize your body.  When you invoke the flame of resurrection, it begins to work inside your physical cells, starting with the centrosome inside of the cell and expanding out until it infuses and fills every part of your body, your mind and your emotions.  Some people have found that when they invoke the resurrection flame, they can feel the reversal of the effects of aging and disease.  Others are freed from limiting concepts about themselves and filled with the impetus and ability to do things they have always wanted to do.

Resurrection

I 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.

How to Forgive Others and Heal Yourself

27 Jun

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Healing Power of Forgiveness

Forgive your friends, your enemies and all who have ever wronged you.  When you send love and forgiveness to others, you are bringing resolution.  You’re also doing something for yourself—you’re freeing yourself from entanglements of this and previous lives.

Look at the people you are tied to today.  Look at your situation with your job, your family and everything that affects you.  Most of us have difficult people in our lives.  Sometimes we can’t seem to resolve things with them and to disentangle ourselves.  Often it’s because we’ve never forgiven old hurts and old wrongs, some from previous embodiments, so they hang on.  And non-forgiveness, which is hardness of heart, binds us so tightly to people that we never seem to get out of the wrangle, the arguments and the problems.

Therefore, forgive and forget, and move on.  Bless life and be free.  The greatest liberation you can achieve in this life is the ability to forgive all people profoundly, deeply and with the totality of my being.  It is even possible to forgive those who have committed heinous crimes. Of course, this is easier said than done, as we all know.  It’s not easy to forgive those who have committed crimes against the soul, the mind, the body.  So what is the appropriate response to the evildoer?

Resolution is a two-step process.  First, we invoke divine mercy and forgive the soul of the one who committed the wrong, and we also ask God to forgive that soul.  Second, we invoke divine justice for the binding of the not-self of the wrongdoer.  We also ask God to give the soul the opportunity to repent of her deeds and to strengthen herself so she can resist the urge to do wrong when it knocks again at her door.  Engaging in this process can help us forgive even those whom we have the hardest time forgiving.

Each night as we lay our bodies down to sleep, it’s the end of a cycle and we have a chance to forgive.  It’s our time to let go of all discord, all problems and to forgive every part of life.  We want to turn the page of the day and for it to be finished and resolved.

So we practice forgiveness every day, every night.  And as we do, we are taking firm steps towards our goal.  For little by little as we work through our emotions (including anger), forgive ourselves, forgive others and come to resolution, portions of ourselves are daily becoming part of our Higher Self, our Real Self.

I AM Life of God-Direction

Blaze thy light of Truth in me.

Focus here all God’s Perfection,

From all discord set me free.

 

Make and keep me anchored ever

In the Justice of thy plan—

I AM the Presence of Perfection,

Living the Life of God in man! (3x)

Keys for Your Soul’s Journey

25 Jun

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The way to achieve harmony with all parts of the psyche is through mercy and forgiveness–mercy whereby you forgive yourself, mercy whereby you forgive others.  All of us are human, and we’ve all done things we’re not proud of.  So forgive yourself for being human and for making mistakes.   Forgive yourself for the error and karma of your previous lifetimes, whether you remember them or not.

We all have had to go through our experiences in the best way we knew how at the time.  Sometimes it wasn’t the most perfect way, but that is the process of learning–experiencing, going through trial and error, then finally coming out on top.  Never condemn yourself for your shortcomings and mistakes.  Just resolve to do better the next time.  If you condemn yourself even a little, it’s like poking a hole in a water bottle.  The water slowly but surely leaks out.  No matter how much water you put in the bottle, it will not stay full.  That’s what happens to your aura, your energy, when you allow anything or anyone, including yourself, to condemn you so that you feel you are not worthy of God’s love.

Your soul is worthy–she is worthy of God’s love and forgiveness.  So ask God for forgiveness for all the wrongs you have ever committed.  When you receive forgiveness, something is lifted, some percentage of the weight of karma, the burden of the act itself.  Therefore forgiveness is an important part of balancing karma.  You have to forgive yourself to receive God’s forgiveness. If you truly forgive yourself, you can establish a magnet of forgiveness in your heart, which draws down God’s forgiveness.

Accepting God’s forgiveness is the foundation for resolution.  If we are not resolved with God, then we are not resolved with the God within us or in our fellowmen.  So make peace with God and with every part of life you have ever wronged and every part of life that has wronged you.  Forgive yourself and move on with the day-by-day process of putting on your Christhood.

I Am forgiveness acting here,

Casting out all doubt and fear,

Setting men forever free

With wings of cosmic victory.

I AM calling in full power,

For Forgiveness every hour;

To all life in every place

I flood forth forgiving grace

The Story of Your Soul by Elizabeth Clare Prophet

Life’s Grand Design

24 Jun

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Each soul is part of a larger scheme.  The Creator chooses the precise moment in history for each soul to come to earth to take part in the divine outplaying of the decades and the centuries.  This timetable of the conception and birth of every child is part of God’s grand design of life–a design so exact that at the moment of conception the genes in each tiny embryo are already suited to the specific soul who will inhabit it.  Consider how wondrously you were made, how God cared for you personally, how your own Father-Mother God ordained your conception, your parents, your life, your purpose and your reason for being.

But God was not only thinking of you before you were born.  He was already thinking of whose great-great-grandmother and great-great-grandfather you might be.  The plan of the mind of God, that great cosmic computer, is so vast that none of us can even begin to comprehend it.  So if you have ever felt like an unwanted child, you can let your soul be healed of that burden.  For your Father-Mother loved you in the beginning, has loved you through your life’s trials, and will continue to love you all the way Home.

As each of us makes this journey, we have a mission to fulfill and a unique identity to manifest.  God did not create us out of a cosmic cookie cutter and stamp us out to be exactly like him. Rather, each one of us has been endowed with a distinct blueprint, which is shared only with our other half, our twin flame.  This blueprint is a seed idea from God that urges us to pursue our journey, that pushes us onward and upward, that pushes us to strive.

When we are not striving and not working toward lesser and greater goals that lead us to our final destination, our soul is unhappy.  That unhappiness may show up as a sickness, boredom or self-deception.  It can take the form of moodiness or little irritations and problems with family members or others- things that we don’t associate with our soul’s dissatisfaction.  Yet our soul is impressing upon our outer awareness, “you are stifling me. You are not fulfilling the purpose for which I was born.  And I will not leave you in comfort.  I will make you without comfort until you return to follow the inner plan of life.”

Our divine plan is waiting for our free-will confirmation.  If we believe in predestination, we may think we don’t have to do anything–it’s all going to happen anyway.  But in reality, because of the gift of free will, we can choose to implement our divine plan or not. Do you know your mission, your divine plan?  One clue is that your mission is often your passion.  So ask yourself what are you passionate about.  Another clue is that your mission usually involves perfecting the talents that God has placed within your soul.

Above and beyond all else, the purpose of life, the answer to “Why am I here?” is to find God– in yourself, in your talents, in your calling and in your service to life. It is to endow everything with God’s Spirit.  Endowing everything with God’s Spirit is making his Spirit permanent in you.  This is the journey of integration back to the kingdom of your father-Mother God.

Elizabeth Clare Prophet