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I Believe in the United States of America

15 Feb

How do I tell you who are non-Jews that you are inheritors of the seed of Abraham and Isaac and Jacob?

I tell you that that seed is the everlasting light and that its descent is by the law of reincarnation. That seed has gone forth. That seed, the souls of this people, are embodied in every group and race.

This nation America is the New Jerusalem. It is Israel come again. It is the promised land—and Bible prophecy clearly defines it.

We have an entire nation of people who do not know they are the inheritors of the light of Reality. They do not know what is the United States of America.

We have to know our divine inheritance and to claim it as one people—not divided by religion or race but one because we have a common light.

I believe in the United States of America as this land which Sanat Kumara swore unto our fathers.

When I have that belief, what does it give me?—absolute certainty based on divine law that this is a land intended to be raised up, the place of the coming of THE LORD OUR RIGHTEOUSNESS and ultimately the woman clothed with the sun and the divine Manchild as that Christ consciousness in all of the people.

 

Therefore upon faith in Almighty God, I believe this nation can be saved, that its people are destined to be saved, that they can be delivered from the yoke of drugs and rock and Communism and forgetfulness of who they are and all of their many diversions because it is written, because it is prophecy, because the Holy Spirit says so! That’s why I believe.

 

Why do you believe and what do you believe in?

Our Founding Fathers understood that principle when they used the symbology of the promised land, the City Foursquare, in the Great Seal of the United States.

They were initiates. They were Masons. They had handed down to them the inner mysteries all the way down from Solomon and beyond—the great wisdom of the inner definition of this people, this peculiar people, who would gather. And this is why they came, and this is why they were determined. This is why they fought a war and won.

And this is why they placed within the Great Seal of the United States keys and clues to who and what we are, so that in the days of our forgetfulness we would be reminded.

The seal bears the unmistakable imprint of the mystery schools which guarded and transmitted the inner teachings throughout history—not only the Masons but the Knights Templars, the guilds, the Rosicrucians.

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And the symbology itself in the Great Seal is of Masonic origin. The great eagle on the front and the pyramid on the back, the mottoes and numerous numerological symbols reflect the work of those who designed the seal.

So what does it tell us about America?

The divine Manchild of America’s awareness as a nation is symbolized in the front of the seal. It is the eagle, the ancient symbol of spiritual vision. We came to give the evolutions of earth the vision of their I AM Presence and their Christ Self and to restore to them devotion to the threefold flame which they had lost.

Elizabeth Clare Prophet

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Lords of the Seven Rays: Lord Lanto

26 Sep

Lord Lanto

Lord Lanto, great light of ancient China, now serves as one of America’s foremost savants.  The devotion to word of wisdom and the words of knowledge of this quietly-wise sage and fiery-eyed bodhisattva has truly qualified him to initiate the evolutions of earth in both gifts of the Holy Spirit. Lord of the Second Ray, he is an Ascended Master in whose Presence the sublimity of the Mind of God can be touched and known, by portion, as he teaches the path of Americans–Yes!  a Chinese master teaching Americans the ancient way of the universal Christhood that made the golden age of China great, that comes down from Maitreya, the Coming Buddha who has come. Lord Lanto conducts classes at the Royal Teton Retreat, congruent with the Grand Teton in Wyoming, for it is here in this ancient focus of great Light that the paths of all Seven Chohans are taught and the seven rays of the Elohim and Archangels are enshrined.  The Lords of Karma, Gautama Buddha, and all members of the Great White Brotherhood frequent this gathering place of the Ascended Masters and their disciples while also maintaining the specialized functions of their own private retreats.

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A master of sages and philosophers, Lord Lanto teaches us the path of attainment through enlightenment, definition, and dominion in the crown chakra. He gained his mastery while studying under Lord Himalaya, Manu of the Fourth Root Race, who retreat of the Blue Lotus is hidden in the mountains that bear his name.

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Electing to use the yellow ray to enfold the hearts of all mankind, Lanto dedicated himself to the perfectionment of the evolutions of this planet through the golden flame of Cosmic Christ illumination he bears, charged with his momentum of God-Victory for the youth of the world. We can trace his evolution as a high priest in the temple of the Divine Mother on the lost continent of Lemuria, which occupied a large area of the Pacific Ocean, as well as subsequent embodiments on Atlantis. Lord Lanto was a ruler in China and a contemporary of Confucius.  Following his ascension, he accepted the office of presiding Master of the Council of the Royal Teton and of the retreat itself in order to bring to the Western world the flame of science, technology, the culture of the Mother and reverence for Life which he and Confucius had sponsored in the Far East.

Lord Lanto was and is a master of the power of precipitation–an alchemical process of drawing forth cosmic light and substance from the Universal and coalescing it into physical form (a predetermined matter matrix) by the science of the spoken Word.  Master of the fiery core of excellence at the heart of Wisdom’s Ray, hence devotee par excellence of the Divine Mother’s white fire lilies. Lanto remains the Guru of the gurus not only of the Chinese, who he desires to assist in once again raising up the flame of illumination, but also all souls who share his love for the golden Sunward path of the Buddhas and bodhisattvas under Sanat Kumara.

Thus, before his ascension Lord Lanto determined that the light from his own heart flame should shine forth physically as living proof to his disciples that the threefold flame, as in the past and coming golden ages, is the Word that is made flesh and that it can be thus expanded and intensified by the priority of the adept.

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Lanto so adored the Trinity in the tripartite Light of his innermost being that the intense glow of that Divine Spark could actually be seen through his own flesh form emanating a soft golden glow through his chest.

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

Life Between Lives

30 Aug

I stared at the beautiful Being of Light who

simmered before me…Rather than issuing

harsh judgment, the Being of Light was a

friendly counsel, letting me feel for myself the

pain and the pleasure I had caused others.

-Dannion Brinkley

Near-death experiences, past-life regressions and the accounts of those who “see” spiritual planes with their inner eye have all painted a picture of what takes place between lives.  The accounts say that between embodiments we are in a heightened state of awareness, one that seems more real than life on earth.

They describe beautiful lakes and glistening cities as well as encounters with “beings of light.”  Dannion Brinkley, who has had three near-death experiences, was let to a “city of cathedrals” made “entirely of crystalline substance that glowed.”  He later found out that these were halls of learning–places “where there was no pain and knowledge flowed freely.”

Life Between Life by Dr. Joel Whitton and Joe Fisher describes the experiences of those who recalled under hypnosis what they did between lifetimes.  Some reported they studied “in vast halls of learning equipped with libraries and seminar rooms.”  Doctors and lawyers spoke of “studying their respective disciplines during the interlife while others remember applying themselves to such subjects as ‘the law of the universe’ and other metaphysical topics.  Some people even tell of studying subjects that defy description because they have no earthly counterpart.”

The accounts also reveal that between lives we meet with a group, or board, of between three and seven spiritually advanced beings.  Those who recall their encounter with this board say that these wise ones prepared them for the tasks ahead in their next life.  Dr. Whitton’s subjects reported that these beings are “highly advanced spiritually and may even have completed their cycle of earthly incarnation.”  They say that these beings intuitively know everything about those who come to them and “their role is to assist (them) in evaluating the life that has just passed and, eventually, to make recommendation concerning the next incarnation.”

In some spiritual traditions, this board known as the Karmic Board, a group of advanced beings who adjudicate karma, mercy and judgement on behalf of every soul.  After each embodiment, our soul meets with the Karmic Board to review our progress in that life.  Before we take incarnation again, we pass before this board to receive our assignment and karmic allotment.  We are shown what family we will be born into and why, where we had difficulties in the past, who we have to settle accounts with and how we can take advantage of new opportunities to make spiritual progress.  In essence, we review the plan for our upcoming life.

in Life Between Life, Whitton and Fisher say that this life plan, which they call our “karmic script,” involves what our soul needs, not necessarily what it wants.  “The karmic script often calls for renewed involvement with people who have figured pleasantly or unpleasantly, in previous incarnations,” they write.  “In the words of one who felt compelled to make compensation to others:  ‘There are people I didn’t treat too well in my last life, and I have to go back to the Earth plane again and work off that debt.  This time, if they hurt me in return, I’m going to forgive them because all I really want to do is to go back home.  This is home'”

Another of Dr. Whitton’s subjects groaned, “Oh no–not her again!”  when his spiritual advisers notified him that “his personal evolution would be best served by being reborn to a woman he had murdered in a previous life.”

After hearing of Elizabeth Clare Prophet’s presentation that talked about the soul’s experience before life, a woman wrote to tell her about a prebirth memory she had had many years earlier.  She recalled being escorted by her Higher Self into a room that looked like a long hall.  Men and women dressed in long robes were sitting at a table off to the right side of the room.  “I remember standing before the man at the middle of the table.  He had shoulder-length white hair and a white beard that touched the middle of his chest,” she wrote.

“There was a gentle presence about him that helped me relax as he read my assignments for this life from the parchment he held in his hands.  I was a very excited little girl–I could hardly wait to get started…I left the room with my guide, and as I walked into a beautiful garden I began to sense that my mission might not be so easy.  Uncertainties began to fill my mind.  We sat down on a stone bench, which was surrounded by beautiful roses and flowers of all colors.  I sat in deep contemplation, knowing that it would be only moments before I would be born to my current mother.”

“I knew I was coming to help and support her, but I also had something very important to attend to when I became old enough.  I turned to my guide with a concerned expression and asked, “Will I lose what I have gained?’  He clasped my hands gently in his own and said, “It is up to you.'”

Karma and Reincarnation by Elizabeth Clare Prophet

The Universal Law of Love

28 Aug

Is there one maxim which ought to be acted upon

throughout one’s whole life? Surely it is the

maxim of loving kindness:  Do not unto others

what you would not have them do unto you.

-Confucius

Karma picks up where the golden rule leaves off.  Do unto others as you would have them do unto you–because someday it will be done unto you.  The Sanskrit word karma means “act,” “action,” “word,” or “deed.”  The law of karma as it is traditionally taught says that our thoughts, words and deeds–positive and negative–create a chain of cause and effect, and that we will personally experience the effect of every cause we have set in motion.  Karma, therefore, is our greatest benefactor, returning to us the good we have sent to others.  it is also our greatest teacher, allowing us to learn from our mistakes.

Because the law of karma gives back to us whatever we have sent forth as thought, word, or deed, some think of it as punishment.  Not so.  The law of karma is the law of love.  There is no greater love than having the opportunity to understand the consequences of our action–or our inaction–so that our soul can grow.  Karma teaches us to love and to love and to love as no other process can.  it gives us hope.

A single lifetime, whether lived to nine or ninety-nine, is just not enough time for the soul to pay off her karmic debts, develop her vast potential or fulfill her reason for being.  How could we learn all our spiritual lessons or share all of our unique talents on the stage of life in only one lifetime?

The peoples of every nation have some karma to resolve together, but they also have a collective genius–a particular endowment of talent that their culture can offer to the world.  It has been said, and it is true, that many American were incarnated on the ancient continent of Atlantis, which sank beneath the ocean many thousands of years ago.  Materialism, the abuse of power and the misuse of technology contributed to the decline of that advanced civilization.

American are facing the same tests and opportunities again.  Can we wed science and spirituality so that we can use our power and technological advancements to liberate rather than to control?  Can we sustain a practical spirituality that educated the heart and soul as well as the mind?  This time around, can we stay focused on inner values rather than worldly sophistication and intellectual knowledge devoid of spirit?

Observe the opportunity.

-Ecclesiasticus

Karma and Reincarnation by Elizabeth Clare Prophet

Fifth Energy Center

5 Aug

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THROAT

Location:  throat

Color:  blue

Sanskrit Name:  Vishuddha (“pure” or “purify”)

Petals:  16

Positive Expression:   power, will, faith, protection, direction, courage, obedience

Unbalanced Expression:  control, condemnation, idle chatter, gossip, human willfulness, impotence, cowardice, doubt

Part of Body:  thyroid, lungs, respiratory system

Musical Instrument:  brass

Gemstone:  diamond, sapphire, star sapphire, lapis lazuli

Spiritual Tradition:  Judaism

By mastering will and power, we release the elevated energies of the heart

through the spoken word for personal and world transformation.

Life Lesson:  Summon Inner Power to Create Constructive Change

Better than a thousand useless

words is one single word that gives peace.

-The Dhammapada

The throat chakra is our power center.  At this level, we have ability to coalesce through the spoken word what is in our minds and on our hearts.  The sages of East and West tell us that the spoken word holds the key to creating change.  Genesis, for instance, recounts that the process of creation began when “God said, ‘Let there be light.’ ”  Through the throat chakra, we can become co-creators with God.  The sages of East and West also say mastery of the throat chakra is central to our spiritual growth.  That mastery involves not only what we say but how we say it–and what we choose not to say.

I PRACTICE RIGHT SPEECH

Every single time we open our mouths, we are making a choice:  to help or to harm.  Jesus explained that our words are of ultimate import when he said,  “By thy words thou shalt be justified, and by thy words thou shalt be condemned (judged).”  That’s because our words come from our power center  and therefore have incredible impact.  When we think back to the moments in our life that were the most traumatic and the most meaningful, they often involved what someone said to us or about us.

Right speech is a major precept of Buddhism.  It is one of the keystones of Gautama Buddha’s Eightfold Path that leads to liberation.  In essence, right speech means that we guard the flow of energy through our throat chakra and realize the impact it has on others.  It means we look at our ability to speak as a gift that God has given to us to convey compassion, kindness and teaching.  Gautama taught that the one who espouses right speech does not bring division through gossip but uses his speech to create harmony and unity.  “What he has heard here he does not repeat there, so as to cause dissension,” the Buddha said.  Instead, such a one “delights in concord” and “brings together those that are at variance.”  He or she ‘has given up harsh language…He speaks words that are free from rudeness, soothing to the ear, loving, going to the heart, courteous,…elevating many.”

Theosophist C. W, Leadbeater says that at energetic levels our words, even in casual speech, are much more potent than we realize. “Many people think that in daily life it is not necessary to take the trouble to speak clearly,” he writes.  “It matters much more than they think, because we are all the time building our own surroundings, and these react upon us.”

Power is not revealed by striking

hard or often, but striking true.

-Balzac

Right speech is supportive speech, kind speech, respectful speech.  Someone who understood this very well was America’s first President.  In the nineteenth century, a school notebook of George Washington’s was discovered at Mount Vernon, Washington’s home.   It seems that in 1745, the fourteen-year-old George had written in this notebook more than one hundred times “Rules of Civility in Conversation Amongst Men,”  which he had copied from a word that dated back to 1664 or earlier.  These “rules of civility” are a delightful guideline for right speech.  Here are a few of them:

Be no flatterer, neither play with anyone that delights not to be played with.

Let your discourse with men of business be short and comprehensive.

Decide no man’s misfortunes, through there seem to be some cause.

Think before you speak.

I RECOGNIZE THE VALUE OF SILENCE

One of the subtlest forms of imbalance in the throat chakra is idle chatter.  “Those who have virtue have something to say, but those who have something to say do not necessarily have virtue,” observed Confucius.  Gautama taught that the person who has mastered right speech “bears in mind the injunction which says:  “In meeting one another, Brothers, there are two things that ought to be adhered to:  either conversation about Truth or holy silence.”  Idle chatter or argumentation is an obstacle to our self-mastery because it drains our energy.  It fritters away the vitality of our power center.  If we speak only when we need to speak, we preserve our vitality.  The Tao Te Ching bluntly describes the “strong silent type” who has mastered that prescription:  “Those who know do not talk.  Those who talk do not know…Keep your mouth shut guard the senses, and life is ever full.  Open our mouth, always be busy, and life is beyond hope.”

I have often regretted

my speech never my silence.

-Anonymous

How powerful and authentic our words can be when they have first been steeped in the silence of our spirit.

I STAND UP FOR AND SPEAK THE TRUTH

Gautama Buddha taught that a person  who embraces right speech “speaks the truth, he is devoted to truth, he adheres to the truth, he is worthy of confidence.”  Speaking the truth involves speaking the facts without distortion.  It means not exaggeration and not jumping to conclusions.  It means overcoming passivity to stand up for what we know is right, regardless of what others think.  “You do not need to justify asking questions,” historian Jacob Neusner once said.  “But if you think you have found answers, you do not have the right to remain silent.”

Confucius once said that by being honest, we raise up an entire nation.  “Promote the honest, placing them over the crooked,”  he said, “and you can cause the crooked to straighten out…If leaders are trustworthy, people will not dare to be dishonest…It is said that if good people work for a country for a hundred years, it is possible to overcome violence and eliminate killing.   This saying is indeed true.”

I EXERCISE THE POWER OF THE SPOKEN WORD FOR TRANSFORMATION

Just as there is a time to speak and a time to remain silent, there is a time to meditate and a time to take the fruit of our meditation and send it forth in the science of the spoken word.  The creative power of sound is at the heart of the world’s spiritual traditions East and West, whether as the Jewish Shema and Amidah, the Christian Our Father, the Muslim Shahadah, the Hindi Gayatri or the Buddhist Om Mani Padme Hum.  Hindu yogis have used mantras for protection and wisdom, to enhance their concentration and meditation, and to help them achieve enlightenment and oneness with God.  In Jewish mystical tradition, Kabbalist taught that by calling and meditating on the names of God, we could tap into an infinite source of power to restore peace and harmony to this world.  In Catholic tradition, the rosary and other prayers are repeated to invoke divine intercession.

Both scientist and sages tell us that the spoken word can literally create change and transformation.  For instance, Dr. Herbert Benson, president and founder of the Mind/Body Medical Institute at Harvard Medical School, found that those who repeated Sanskrit mantras for as little as ten minutes a day experienced physiological changes–reduced heart rate, lower stress levels and slower metabolism.  Subsequent studies showed that repeating mantras can benefit the immune system, relieve insomnia, reduce visits to the doctor and even increase self-esteem.

In Terms of our chakra initiations, prayer and affirmations can also provide a boost to our personal growth because they can help us undo the false mental programming that may be lodged in our subconscious.  Our subconscious is like a recording machine.  It records every impression we have absorbed throughout our life and our past lives–the good and the bad.  And, to our detriment, that includes the negatives we have heard and believed about ourselves.

Every time you think something negative about yourself, every time someone criticizes or intimidates you, your subconscious records the event.  Sometimes we don’t realize how much we’ve been influenced by another’s thoughts or words, especially a parent, sibling or authority figure.  These negatives are booby traps that can undermine our success.  All too often we limit ourselves–our jobs, our income, our educational level, our goals in life–by what we believe about ourselves.

The subconscious not only records negative impressions but, like a tape player on automatic replay, it plays back recordings of the past.  That’s why positive affirmations have been found to be so helpful.  When used properly, they can help us align our subconscious as we affirm the innate beauty and positive potential of our soul,

Handle them carefully, for words

have more power than atom bombs.

-Pearl Strachan Hurd

Stephen Covey in his best-selling Seven Habits of Highly effective People says that affirmations and visualizations can be extremely helpful.  Affirmations, especially those using “I AM,” are a potent form of spoken prayer,  I AM affirmations use the name of God “I AM” to access spiritual power.  “I AM’ comes from “I AM THAT I AM,”  the name of God revealed to Moses when he said, “This is my name forever, and this is my memorial unto all generations.”  The Jerusalem Bible translated this passage as “This is my name for all times; by this name I shall be invoked for all generations to come.”

What does “I AM THAT I AM” mean?  It means simply but profoundly “as above, so below.”  God is affirming, “I am here below that which I AM above.”  When you say, ” I AM THAT I AM,” you are affirming that God is where you are.  In effect, you are saying:  ” As God is in heaven, so God is on earth within me.   Right where I stand God is.  I am that “I AM.”  In an I AM affirmation, you are summoning the inner power of your throat chakras and God’s power within you to bring about constructive change.  You can create your own short, powerful I AM affirmations, tailored to your own needs, such as “I AM forgiveness acting here.”  “I AM the light of the heart,” or I AM the power of peace.”  I AM affirmations are generally given with determination and power.

Every time we say “I AM______,” we are really saying, “God in me is_______.”  And whatever we affirm following the words “I AM” will become a reality in our world–whether we say ” I am sick,” “I am tired,:  I am having a great day’ or I am healthy.”  This is because the state of our body is influenced by what we think and by what we say.  The light of God flowing through us will obey our direction.  Simply put, spoken words command energy.  The creation of our powerful throat chakra are self-fulfilling prophecies.

When you come to the place where you realize that the tremendous energy of God is flowing through you every moment, you begin to have a sense of reverence and awe.  You say to yourself, “Here is God’s energy.  What will I do with it today?  Will I use God’s energy to reinforce the negative side of life?  Or will I use it to affirm something beautiful, something real, something that matters to my spiritual progress and that benefits others?’

Affirmations for the

Throat Chakra

Lo, I AM come to do thy will, O God! (3x)

I AM life of God-direction,

Blaze they 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 they plan–

I AM the presence of perfection

Living the life of God in man. (3x)

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.

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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