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Lords of the Seven Rays: Maha Chohan

8 Nov


Maha Chohan

Holy Spirit

Breathe of Life

“May a mantle of the adoring grace of God descend upon your hearts with a gentleness of rain from heaven.  Upon the stage before I perceive a vast circular pool.  Surrounding this pool of lilies are the beautiful verdant green leaves, the pads of lilies cupped and cupping the pure white flame of cosmic purity.  This pool shines now with an azure blue. Resplendent and glorious is this pool.  At first, there is a murmuring of the sacred breath rippling gently upon the waters, and then all is still.”

“This pool, symbolical of your own blessed consciousness, is now still; and reflected on the surface you will perceive first the luminescent orb of the moon, polarizing the emotional body of mankind.  And men are stirred because they recognize within their feeling world a sense of adoration for the beauty and loveliness even of the reflected light.  Now the scene changes and the moon passes across the heavens in its direct course until, sinking beneath the horizon, it is no longer visible in the reflecting pool.”

“Myriad stars shine there and they, too are reflected–magnificent orbs of light from afar.  These are representative of Cosmic Beings and of the Ascended Masters’ consciousness.  These too, as Cosmos’ secret rays, are reflected and mirrored in the consciousness of mankind.  Now there comes a mighty descending wind from on high.   All seems turbulent for a moment, for there is a stirring to the very depth of the pool of consciousness.  And then once again a voice speaks, ‘Peace be still.'”

Now all is silent. In an attitude of expectancy and waiting, children of the Light slowly behold the dawn of Being, a luminous radiance of the rising Sun.  It is the Sun of their own Divine Being.  The dawn moves toward noontime and from the zenith of the heavens there descends a glow of effulgent power which in its burning majesty sweeps into the waiting, receptive consciousness of the individual the full-blown momentum of Divinity–the Sun of his own God-free being.”

“In this allegory which I am bringing to you, this splendid luminous orb is symbolical of the highest consciousness.  For the consciousness of the individual is the doorway through which comes all experience, both material (natural) as well as spiritual.”  Your consciousness, beloved ones, functions not only as a surface mirror, reflecting that which is poured into it from everyday living, but also as a sea that has depth.  And there is mirrored in the internal depths of consciousness the wonders of God which have not yet been recognized by the surface mind of man.”

“Know, then, that in probing the laws of the universe–the laws of Universal Love and the laws of the Holy Spirit–you must be able to recognize not only the surface musings of the mind, but also the very depth of conscious being.  And you must pray for your consciousness to be expanded so that you may begin today to perceive the depths of your own being and not that of another.  For all Life is one, and it is in the splendor of knowing the oneness of Life through the doorway of self-illumination that the soul comes to understand the all–knowing depth of the Holy Spirit.”

“It is the sacred wind of the Holy Spirit which moves across the reflecting pond of being and sweeps away the pseudo images of the emotional impacts of life amplified by the moon.  And so in the allegory of the day and the night, man perceives that most of life which manifest here upon this blessed planet is a mere reflection of the real and is not the real at all.  For the moon but reflects the light of the sun towards earth and is qualified by the consciousness of those who behold it from various aspects of life, of relativity.”

“God in his omnipresence enfold thee now one and all in a mantle of the Holy Spirit until, in the splendor of His eternal shining, you, too are one as I AM with the Person of the Holy Spirit in action–free from all vestiges of outer world shadow.”

Lords of the Seven Rays by Mark L. and Elizabeth Clare Prophet.

This ends the series on the Lords of the Seven Rays.

Lords of the Seven Rays: El Morya

18 Sep


Moyra has served in numerous embodiments as a ruler of men, monarchs and nations, becoming thereby an expert in economics and the affairs of state, in the psychology of power in the human psyche, hence in its outworking in the politics of personal and international relations.  Through the initiations of his individualized path of Christhood, this beloved Master of the Himalayas has acquired a quintessential devotion to the will of God–a virtue for which he is supremely adored and trusted by his chelas and for which he was twice canonized by the Roman Church.  All of this and more has qualified him preeminently to hold the office of Lord of the First Ray.

El Morya as he is called was: Akbar, the greatest of the Mogul emperors, Abraham, the father of the Hebrew nation, Melchior who came with the three wise men, King Arthur, Thomas Becket and Thomas More, and Rajput prince of India.

“The will of God is the flawless diamond, it is the shinning of the Divine Mind,

it is the rushing of the wind of the Spirit, and it is the strength and laughter of real identity.”

-El Morya

From El Morya we learn that the will of God is inherent within life and merely awaits the signal of release from man’s will in order to ray forth the power of dominion to the word of the individual.   El Morya says the following about the will of God:  There is a sovereign link between the mortal will and the Immortal.  In the statement of Jesus, ‘It is the Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom,’ men can be aware of the eternal will as the fullest measure of eternal love.

Release, then your feelings of possessiveness over your own life!  Surrender the mean sense of sin and rebellion, the pitiful will to self-privilege which engenders bondage.  See the will of God as omnipresent and complete, the holy beat of the Sacred Heart throbbing within your own.  Know and understand that surrender is not oblivion but a point of beginning and of greater joy.

Create unto yourself the new sense of the ownership of God’s will!  You have long though of God’s will as a thing apart from yourself.  The will of God is the sole source of man’s freedom.  The will of God is everything.  For it provides the spark that pushes back the darkness of sense consciousness, of ignorance and despair while holding forth the torch of true illumination to the seeking soul, enabling each individual to find himself, lost in the passion of God’s will.

The fiat ‘Not my will but thine be done’ was not intended as a statement of sacrifice but one of heavenly inspired wisdom.  Be ready mentally, spiritually , and emotionally by an act of simple devotion or a feeling of awe to accept God’s will.  Until the will of God becomes acceptable to men, until they can put aside their double-mindedness, they will remain unstable and fluctuating in their aims. The will of God assures man that he will survive, for it is the will of God that those whom he has created should inherit his kingdom–but the rules of the game must be followed, for the law of God is inexorable in its demand for perfection.

Realize that the will of God can best be known by a spiritual experience.  Desire then that experience.  Desire to reach outwardly toward the Godhead in the Great Central Sun Galaxy.


Lords of the Seven Rays by Mark L and Elizabeth Clare Prophet