THE

SECOND
COMING
OF CHRIST
BY PARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
From the Original unchange !riting" o#
Paramhan"a Yoganana$" inter%retation"
o# the "a&ing" o#
'ES(S CHRIST)
*O+) III
“The light of the body is the eye; therefore
when thine eye is single, thy whole body
shall be full of light.” (Luke 11:34
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re*eal the +ni*ersal ,hrist
to ea)h Truth-seeker.
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P(B+ISHER$S NOTE
Paramhan"a Yoganana !a" -orn on 'anuar& 7, /109 in Gora=h%ur in northea"tern
Inia near the Himala&a Mountain") From the earlie"t &ear" o# hi" li#e, he longe to =no!
Go, to ta"te the thir"t6<uenching !ater" o# S%irit)
Hi" "earch #or the In#inite le him to Sri Yu=te"!ar, hi" Prece%tor) (ner the
guiance o# thi" Go6reali?e teacher, he attaine Su%reme Reali?ation an !a" gi3en the
re3ere title o# Paramhan"a
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-& hi" Prece%tor in /097) Paramhan"a Yoganana
A
later
-rought the "%ecial Techni<ue" o# Concentration an Meitation to the Be"tern Borl,
incluing >ri&a Yoga !hich i" the "cienti#ic metho to accelerate the e3otee$" "%iritual
un#olment)
In aition to -ringing the Techni<ue" o# Concentration an Meitation to the Be"t,
Paramhan"aCi$" great "%iritual mi""ion inclue im%arting hi" intuiti3el&6%ercei3e
inter%retation" o# the Chri"tian Bi-le) Throughout the te.t o# The (e)ond ,o#ing of ,hrist,
Paramhan"a Yoganana u"e" ca%itali?ation to %lace em%ha"i" on a "%eci#ic truth to ai the
reaer) In the in"tance" !here there i" reunanc& o# material, he inclue" it -ecau"e it
relate" an clari#ie" the ne! material introuce)
* Paramhan"a D literall&, %aram, highe"tE han"a, "!an) The han"a i" re%re"ente in "cri%tural lore a" the
3ehicle o# Brahma, Su%reme S%iritE a" the "&m-ol o# i"crimination, the !hite han"a "!an i" thought o# a"
a-le to "e%arate the true "oma nectar #rom a mi.ture o# mil= an !ater)
+ $ogananda #eans “.liss (ananda through di*ine union (yoga”.
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PREFACE
The"e "%iritual inter%retation", recei3e an inter%rete through Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"", are the metho" !hich the Ma"ter" ha3e ta=en to "ho! the !orl the
common, "cienti#ic %lat#orm o# intuiti3e %erce%tion, !here the Chri"tian Bi-le, the Hinu
Bhaga3a Gita, FHinu Ol an Ne! Te"tament"G, an true Scri%ture" o# all true religion",
can #in unit&) The S%iritual inter%retation o# the Chri"tian Bi-le re3eal" an li-erate" the
Truth hien in the ar= ca3e" o# theoretical an theological "tuie")
'e"u" Chri"t !a" cruci#ie once, -ut Hi" Chri"tian teaching ha" -een, an i" no!
-eing cruci#ie -& ignorant %eo%le) The uner"taning an a%%lication o# the"e intuiti3el&6
%ercei3e teaching" are attem%ting to "ho! ho! the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" o# 'e"u", #ree
#rom theological cruci#i.ion, can -e -rought -ac= a "econ time into the "oul" o# men)
The"e "%iritual inter%retation" are -orn o# intuition, an !ill -e #oun to -e uni3er"all&
true i# the& are meitate u%on !ith intuiti3e %erce%tion)
"/0/!'/1(/ $23/1/14/ wrote:
“O Chri"t D Thou Rare"t Flo!er o# Heart")H
IO Thou Great +o3er o# error6torn -rother" D a" un"een monument o# the mightie"t
miracle o# lo3e !a" e"ta-li"he in each heart !hen the magic !an o# Th& *oice uttere4
IForgi3e them, #or the& =no! not !hat the& o)H
IO She%her o# Soul", !anering heart" are o# them"el3e" "ee=ing the one #ol o#
i3ine e3otion) Be ha3e hear the e3er6calling mu"ic o# Th& in#inite =inne"") Our one
e"ire i" to -e at home !ith Thee, to recei3e the Co"mic Father !ith Co&ou", o%en e&e" o#
!i"om, an to =no! that !e are all "on" o# our o!n One Go)H
(56)er&ts fro# the original 1787 edition
of 9his&ers :ro# 5ternity.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Pu-li"her$" Note)))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))9
Pre#ace))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))));
The (ni3er"al Chri"t)))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))5
A Sacre Remem-rance))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))1
Cha%ter / Di 'e"u" Belie3e in Re-irthJ D Hi"
Teaching on Reincarnation ))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))0
Cha%ter : Bh& 'e"u" Sai All Men Mu"t Become
a" +ittle Chilren to Enter Hea3en D
Bh& Go I" Hum-le K)))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))):8
Cha%ter 9 The Real Meaning o# IHell6FireH a" ("e -&
'e"u" in the Bi-le D The IHellH o# De"ire,
Bhere the IFire I" Not LuencheH ))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))):7
Cha%ter ; Can Pra&er Bin Forgi3ene"" #or Man
#rom Su##ering the +a!#ul E##ect" o#
Hi" E3il Dee"J K))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))92
Cha%ter 7 INe3er Man S%a=e +i=e Thi" ManH D
'e"u" Con#oun" Hi" Critic"
The Eternal No! K)))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))));:
Cha%ter 2 IGo an Sin No MoreH D Bh& Chri"t
Forga3e the Boman Ta=en in Aulter& K))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))));1
Cha%ter 5 IBe#ore A-raham Ba", I AmH D 'e"u"
E.%lain" the Omni%re"ent Chri"t Con"ciou"ne""
-& Bhich All Time an S%ace Are Annihilate K))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))72
Cha%ter 1 II Am the Goo She%herE The Goo
She%her Gi3eth Hi" +i#e #or the Shee%H K))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))2;
Cha%ter 0 'e"u" Rai"e" +a?aru" #rom the Gra3e D
II Am the Re"urrection an the +i#eH K))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))58
Cha%ter /8 'e"u" E.%lain" the Meaning o# Satan an
Ho! to O3ercome Hi" Borl Delu"ion)
The T!o#ol Dut& o# Man K))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))55
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Cha%ter // All De3otee" Mu"t Be a Com-ination o#
Martha an Mar& ))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))15
Cha%ter /: The Inner Meaning o# IThe +orM" Pra&erH K)))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))10
Cha%ter /9 Meaning o# IBhen Th& E&e Be Single, Th&
Bhole Bo& Shall Be Full o# +ightH ))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))0;
Cha%ter /; 'e"u"M A3ice D Ho! To Buil a Borl Free
#rom Bar" K))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))/8/
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THE (NI*ERSA+ CHRIST
“.ut as #any as re)ei*ed hi#, to the# ga*e he &ower to be)o#e the sons of 3od.”
(;ohn 1:18
A" a "mall cu% cannot hol an ocean !ithin it, no matter ho! !illing it ma& -e to o
"o, li=e!i"e the cu% o# material human con"ciou"ne"" cannot gra"% the uni3er"al Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"", no matter ho! e"irou" it i", -ut !hen the "tuent, -& the Praece%ta
@

metho o# Concentration an Meitation, enlarge" the cali-er o# hi" con"ciou"ne"" in all
atom" FChri"t Con"ciou"ne""G !ithin hi" o!n) Thi" i" !hat i" meant -& Irecei3e HimH)
Thu", accoring to 'e"u", all "oul" !ho can actuall& #in their "oul" one !ith Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"", -& intuiti3e Sel#6Reali?ation, can -e calle the ISon" o# GoH)
All Scri%ture", "uch a" the Bhaga3a Gita, or the Hinu Bi-le, an the Chri"tian
Bi-le, ha3e a three6#ol meaning) In other !or", the Scri%ture" eal !ith three #actor" o#
human -eing", namel&, the material, the mental, an the "%iritual) Hence, all true Scri%ture"
ha3e -een "o !ritten that the& "er3e to -e -ene#icial to the -o&, min, an "oul o# man)
True Scri%ture" are li=e the !ell" o# Di3ine !ater", !hich can <uench the three6#ol
material, mental, an "%iritual thir"t" o# man) In aition, the Scri%ture", in orer to -e
!orth6!hile, "houl reall& hel% the -u"ine""man, the mental man, an the "%iritual man)
Although -oth the material an the %"&chological inter%retation" o# the Scri%ture" are
nece""ar&, it "houl -e remem-ere that the "cri%tural author" unertoo= !ith great %ain"
to %oint out to man that the "%iritual inter%retation" are o# "u%reme im%ortance to him)
A materiall& or intellectuall& "ucce""#ul man ma& not -e trul&, "cienti#icall& "ucce""#ul
man !ho ma=e" a %er#ect "ucce"" o# li#eE !herea", a "%iritual man i" the ha%%& Iall6rounH
man, !ho i" health&, intellectual, contente, an trul& %ro"%erou", !ith all6"ati"#&ing
!i"om) Since -& intuition the "%iritual author" #ir"t "ought to ma=e man %rimaril& "%iritual, I
gi3e the "%iritual inter%retation !ith the %"&chological an material inter%retation"
inter!o3en) The"e inter%retation" !ill hel% ali=e the "%iritual a"%irant, the intellectual man,
an the -u"ine""man)
The"e intuiti3el&6%ercei3e "%iritual inter%retation" o# the !or" "%o=en -& 'e"u"
Chri"t are to -e "tuie e3er& a& con"cientiou"l& an meitate u%on -& true Chri"tian
an all true e3otee" o# Go)
(ni3er"al Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" a%%eare in the 3ehicle o# 'e"u", an no! through
the "%eci#ic techni<ue" o# concentration an meitation a" taught in the original Praece%ta
+e""on", an the"e intuitionall&6recei3e inter%retation" o# the Scri%ture", the Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" i" coming a "econ time to mani#e"t through the con"ciou"ne"" o# e3er&
true e3otee o# Go)
PARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
@Initiall& the organi?ational name an the !ritten teaching" in America o# Paramhan"a Yoganana !ere
=no!n a" Yogoa Sat6Sanga Societ& an Yogoa Cour"e, re"%ecti3el&) He later enlarge hi" !ritten
teaching" an change the name o# them to the Praece%ta) The Techni<ue" o# Concentration an Meitation
an >ri&a Yoga a" taught in the original Praece%ta +e""on" are a3aila-le #rom Amrita Founation, Inc)
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A SACRED REMEMBRANCE
Bhen Paramhan"a Yoganana -egan !riting hi" intuiti3el&6%ercei3e inter%retation"
o# the "a&ing" o# 'e"u", he %ra&e #or Chri"t to guie him in i3ining the true meaning in hi"
!or")
Paramhan"aCi !a" -le""e !ith the %re"ence an 3i"ion o# 'e"u" Chri"t man& time"
uring hi" li#e) On one "uch occa"ion, in later &ear", he a"=e a <ue"tion o# 'e"u"
%ertaining to the"e !riting")
It !a" a time o# "ilent %ra&er an hi" room -ecame #ille !ith an o%al6-lue light, an
Chri"t a%%eare D raiant an a-out him a glo! o# golen light) +oo=ing into hi" !onrou"l&
-eauti#ul e&e", he a"=e Chri"t i# he ha %lea"e him in the !a& he ha inter%rete hi"
teaching")
At once a Chalice a%%eare at Chri"t$" li%", an then came o3er to touch hi" o!n,
an Chri"t an"!ere4
“$our li&s ha*e <uaffed the sa#e L=>=13 9/T50( fro# whi)h = drink.”
Bor" o# matchle"" a""uranceN Thi" hol & re"%on"e !a" "acrel & cheri"he
!ithin hi" heart)
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DID 'ES(S BE+IE*E IN REBIRTHJ D
HIS TEACHING ON REINCARNATION
“Then said ;esus unto his dis)i&les, ?=: /1$ !/1 9=LL ,2!5 /:T50 !5, L5T
'=! 451$ '=!(5L:, /14 T/@5 +" '=( ,02((, /14 :2LL29 !5. :20
9'2(25>50 9=LL (/>5 '=( L=:5 ('/LL L2(5 =T: /14 9'2(25>50 9=LL L2(5
'=( L=:5 :20 !$ (/@5 ('/LL :=14 =T. :20 9'/T =( / !/1 "02:=T54, =: '5
('/LL 3/=1 T'5 9'2L5 920L4, /14 L2(5 '=( 291 (2+LA 20 9'/T ('/LL /
!/1 3=>5 =1 5B,'/135 :20 '=( (2+LA?”
(!atthew 1C:84-8C
I+et an& e3otee !ho !ant" to attain me or m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" ri"e
-& meitation a-o3e the con"ciou"ne"" o# hi" %h&"ical "el# an let him =ee% hi"
attention con"tantl& #ocu"e in hi" Chri"t %eace e3en though he i" ail & cruci#ie
-& re"tle""ne"" an other trial" an i"traction") For !ho"oe3er !ill =ee% hi" li#e
ienti#ie !ith the -o& an #ooli"hl & %rotect hi" -o& #rom the trial" an
re"tle""ne"" #elt in the "truggle to meitate "hall #in that ultimatel& he !ill lo"e
all the tem%orar& Co&" o# munane li#eE -ut the e3otee !ho i" %re%are to gi3e
u% the %lea"ure" o# hi" %h&"ical li#e #or the "u%erior e3er6ne! -li"" o# Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" #elt in ee% meitation !ill certainl& #in hi" li#e "a3e or
eno!e !ith eternal ha%%ine"" o# S%irit)H
Preache" -& Hi" +i#e
IAn& e3otee !ho li3e" the Chri"t li#e an %reache" a-out it through the
3i-ration" o# hi" i3ine %erce%tion" an not through -oo= reaing an !ho
#oregoe" all %h&"ical %lea"ure" o# li#e or the -o& it"el# !ill attain immortalit&) I# a
man gain" the !hole !orl it i" o# little %ro#it to him, #or he cannot u"e all the
com#ort" o# the !orl in one li#e an he ha" to lo"e the =ingom o# the earth at
eath)
IThu" it i" #ooli"hne"" #or a man to "tri3e to gain the tem%orar& Co&" o#
munane li#e) A man !ho li3e" ienti#ie !ith material riche" #in" at the en o#
hi" li#e that he i" !ithout riche" a" !ell a" !i thout Go Con"ciou"ne"") A man,
-& the into.ication o# hi" un"%iritual li#e, lo"e" the "oul in the mire" o# ignorance)
No earthl & %lea"ure", ho!e3er great, are goo enough to -u& -ac= the lo"t
immortal ha%%ine"" o# "oul con"ciou"ne"" or "u%ercon"ciou"ne"" #elt in
meitation) There#ore, no one "houl gi3e u% the Co&" o# "u%ercon"ciou"ne"" #elt
in meitation in %re#erence to the Co&" o# "en"e %lea"ure")H
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D? :20 T'5 (21 2: !/1 ('/LL ,2!5 =1 T'5 3L20$ 2: '=( :/T'50 9=T'
'=( /135L(; /14 T'51 '5 ('/LL 059/04 5>50$ !/1 /,,204=13 T2 '=(
920@(. >erily = say unto you, There be so#e standing here, whi)h shall not taste of
death, till they see the (on of #an )o#ing in his kingdo#.?”
(!atthew 1C:8E-8F
IBhen, to the Son o# man, or in the -o&, the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" o#
the Father an the glor& o# it" angelic Co&" an !i"om are re3eale, then the
e3otee =no!" that e3er&one i" re!are accoring to hi" la-or" o# meitation in
rea%ing the %lenteou" har3e"t o# Go Con"ciou"ne"") E3er& e3otee accoring
to the e%th o# hi" meitation #in" the angel" o# i##erent "tate" o# Sel#6
reali?ation re3eale in hi" human con"ciou"ne"" FSon6o#6manG through the
ec"tatic communion o# Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"")H
De3otee" See Angel"
IE3er& e3otee accoring to the la! o# cau"e an e##ect or the la! o#
=arma !hich go3ern" hi" 3ariou" egree" o# meitation an all hi" action" #in"
him"el# #arther or nearer to Go) A3ance e3otee" through the light o# Co"mic
Con"ciou"ne"" %ercei3e i"em-oie a3ance "oul" in the "ha%e o# luminou"
angel") An& e3otee !ho i" a"hame to e.%re"" the Co&" o# Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" an the !or" o# !i"om "%ringing #rom it to the -o&6ienti#ie,
i3ine6-li""6e"erting "oul", !ill #in a eterioration o# hi" "tate o# Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" !hich he ha contacte !ithin hi" -o& ue to the ec"tatic
re3elation" o# Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" an o# the "acre angel" o# in"%iration"
"%ringing #rom it)
IAn& e3otee !ho #orget" to -e courageou" an un"el#i"h an oe" not tr&
to "hare hi" ec"tatic Co&" !i th -o&6ienti#ie "oul" !ill #in hi" con"ciou"ne""
-ecoming limite !ithin the con#inement o# hi" o!n ego) He !ho trie" to tran"mit
hi" ec"ta"& to other "oul" !ill #in him"el# e.%aning) A "oul !ho #eel" hi" Co& in
other "oul" grauall& #eel" him"el# a" the Sel# o# all an ultimatel & -ecome"
ienti#ie !ith the omni%re"ent con"ciou"ne"" o# Go the Father)
IAll e3otee" !ho contact Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in earth li#e -ut #or #ear o#
%er"ecution or riicule o not tr& to tran"mit their con"ciou"ne"" to their ignorant
-rother" !ill #in, a#ter eath, a eterioration o# their Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"") Such
"el#i"h "oul" 3i"iting Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in the a#ter6eath "tate are again "ent
-ac= to earth to learn to "hare their "%iritual attainment" !ith -o&6ienti#ie
"oul" !ho are the "lee%ing chilren o# Go)H
IShall Not Ta"te DeathH
I*eril& I truth#ull & re3eal unto &ou there are "ome e3otee" !ho are
"taning aroun me !ho "hall #ir"t #eel the all6%o!er#ul Co"mic Con"ciou"ne""
!ithin their human con"ciou"ne"" -e#ore the& ma=e a tran"ition #rom their
%re"ent -oil& e.i"tence to another %lane)H
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+a! o# Materiali?ation
“/14 /:T50 (=B 4/$( ;5(+( T/@5T' "5T50, ;/!5(, /14 ;2'1 '=(
.02T'50, /14 .0=135T' T'5! +" =1T2 /1 '=3' !2+1T/=1 /"/0T, /14
9/( T0/1(:=3+054 .5:205 T'5!: /14 '=( :/,5 4=4 ('=15 /( T'5 (+1, /14
'=( 0/=!51T 9/( 9'=T5 /( T'5 L=3'T. /nd, behold, there a&&eared unto the#
!oses and 5lias talking with hi#. Then answered "eter, and said unto ;esus, ?Lord, it is
good for us to be here: if thou wilt, let us #ake here three taberna)les; one for thee, and
one for !oses, and one for 5lias.?
“9'=L5 '5 $5T ("/@5, .5'2L4, / .0=3'T ,L2+4 2>50('/42954 T'5!:
/14 .5'2L4 / >2=,5 2+T 2: T'5 ,L2+4, 9'=,' (/=4, ?T'=( =( !$ .5L2>54
(21, =1 9'2! = /! 95LL "L5/(54; '5/0 $5 '=!.? /nd when the dis)i&les heard it,
they fell on their fa)e, and were sore afraid. /nd ;esus )a#e and tou)hed the#, and said,
?/rise, and be not afraid.? /nd when they had lifted u& their eyes, they saw no #an, sa*e
;esus only.”
(!atthew 1E:1-F
It i" e.tremel& im%ortant to =no! the !a& -& !hich 'e"u" tran"#igure
him"el#, an ho! Elia" an Mo"e" materiali?e them"el3e" an came to 'e"u")
Bhen a %er"on i" intentl & !atching a %icture -eing %la&e in a motion
%icture hou"e, he might -e "o engro""e a" to thin= all the actor" an %la&er" in
the %icture to -e real) Bhen he arou"e" him"el# an !atche" the %icture"
clo"el &, he reali?e" the& are cau"e -& a ra& o# electrical light #alling on the
"creen) Thu" he -ehol" their true electrical nature an their unli=ene"" to real
earthl& #orm" an #igure")
+i=e!i"e, mo"t human -eing" are "o -u"& !atching the earthl& motion
%icture %la&ing on the "creen o# their con"ciou"ne"" an "%ace, that the&
o3erloo= their real nature) A Ma"ter, one !ho ha" tune hi" con"ciou"ne"" !ith
Go, reali?e" that the earth, !ith all it" "oli", li<ui", ga"eou" "u-"tance",
human -eing", "=& an "tar", i" nothing -ut the i##erent #orm" o# 3i-ration" o#
electro6%rotonic ra&" %la&ing on the "creen o# "%ace)
Electrical Nature o# the (ni3er"e
'e"u" !a" a great Ma"ter !ho ha reali?e the electrical nature o# hi" o!n
-o& an the uni3er"e) Bhen he !a" %ra&ing on the mountain to%, con"ciou"l &
communing !ith Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", the elu"i3e human con"ciou"ne"" in
him an hi" i"ci%le", !hich mae the uni3er"e a%%ear a" matter, com%letel &
3ani"he) That i" !h& the -o& o# 'e"u" !a" "horn o# the ma"= o# elu"ion an
the con"ciou"ne"" o# "oliit&, an a%%eare luminou" an ethereal)
Inten"i#ie %ra&er %rouce" ec"ta"& or onene"" !ith Co"mic
Con"ciou"ne"") A Ma"ter !ho ha" e.%erience highe"t ec"ta"& !i th Go
Con"ciou"ne"" actuall & "ee" hi" -o& an all the !orll & #orm" a" mae o# light)
Such a one, al"o, can ma=e hi" 3er& a3ance i"ci%le" -ehol all #orm" o#
matter a" mae o# electrical energ&) All li-erate Ma"ter", e3en though the&
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merge in Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", retain their ini3iualit& "o that -& the mere
!illing the& can come out o# the Co"mic Ocean an materiali?e their #orm" in an&
!a& the& !ant) Thu" it i" that Elia" an Mo"e", -eing li-erate "oul", remaine
in S%irit, -ut materiali?e their #orm" an a%%eare on the mountain to% !i th
'e"u" accoring to i3ine orinance)
Elia" Ba" 'e"u"M Guru in a Former Incarnation
It mu"t -e e"%eciall& note that the a%%earance o# Elia" on the mountain
to% !i th 'e"u" Chri"t !a" 3er& "igni#icant) I ha3e %ointe out -e#ore that Elia" or
EliCah !a" no other than the Guru6Prece%tor o# 'e"u" in 'e"u"M #ormer
incarnation a" Eli"ha FEle"eu"G) 'e"u", him"el#, ac=no!lege that Elia" ha
come alrea& a" 'ohn the Ba%ti"t) Thu" it i" "igni#icant an ea"il& uner"too
!h& 'e"u" a"=e the reincarnate EliCah or 'ohn the Ba%ti"t to -a%ti?e him, #or it
i" the Guru !ho gi3e" "%iritual -a%ti"m to the i"ci%le) Bhen 'e"u" came to 'ohn
#or -a%ti"m, 'e"u" "ai, IS(FFER IT TO BE SOE FOR TH(S IT BECOMETH (S
TO F(+FI+ A++ RIGHTEO(SNESSH FMatt) 94/7G, that i", it i" the i3ine la! that
all righteou" ini3iual" #in li-eration through i3ine union o# "oul", -et!een
Guru6Prece%tor an i"ci%le)
+i-erate A#ter Oreal
It mu"t -e al"o care#ull & note that the a%%earance o# Elia" FEliCahG on the
mountain to% !here 'e"u" !a" tran"#igure, ha%%ene a#ter 'ohn the Ba%ti"t
!a" -eheae an -& thi" oreal #oun hi" com%lete li-eration) The "oul o#
Elia", a#ter lea3ing the -o& o# Elia", reincarnate in the -o& o# 'ohn the
Ba%ti"t) Bhen the -o& o# 'ohn the Ba%ti"t !a" -eheae, the "oul o# Elia"
-ecame com%letel & li-erate in "%irit) That i" !h& Elia" a%%eare a" Elia" an
not a" 'ohn the Ba%ti"t on the mount !here 'e"u" e.%erience hi"
tran"#iguration)
Mo"e" an 'e"u" Together
On the Mount o# Tran"#iguration
It ha" -een e"cri-e -e#ore that the Guru6Prece%tor i" the highe"t
me""enger cho"en -& Go to li-erate a true e3otee) The Guru6Prece%tor an
the true e3otee #orm a %act o# unconitional lo3e an tr& to hel% each other
through incarnation" until the #inal li-eration i" reache) Elia" an 'e"u", -oth
-eing highl & "%irituall & a3ance, ha -een in touch !ith each other in man&
incarnation", not =no!n to man) That i" !h& Elia" a%%eare to 'e"u" Chri"t to
gi3e him hi" "%iritual "trength that he might !i thout i##icult& o3ercome the
greate"t oreal o# eath on the cro"")
Mo"e" a%%eare !ith 'e"u" to "ho! that -oth o# them !ere in"e%ara-l&
connecte in the "%iritual %ath an ha -een connecte in i3ine !or= in man&
incarnation") The moern 'e!", there#ore, "houl #in an e"ta-li"h their
-rotherhoo !i th Chri"tian") Mo"e", the Ma"ter o# the 'e!", an 'e"u", the
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Ma"ter o# the Chri"tian", ha3ing a%%eare together on the Mount o#
Tran"#iguration in i3ine glor&, ought to -e the in"%iration o# the Chri"tian an
'e!i"h %eo%le ali=e)
Mo"e" an 'e"u", -eing %re"ent in hea3en no!, !ith grie# con"ciou"l&
!atch the clanni"h i##erence" that ha3e ari"en -et!een the 'e!i"h an
Chri"tian chilren o# Go) 'e"u" Chri"tM " -o& came #rom the 'e!i"h race) The
entire 'e!i"h %eo%le are not to -lame -ecau"e a #e! !ic=e 'e!" !ere
in"trument" in the cruci#i.ion o# 'e"u") 'e!i"h %eo%le "houl ac=no!lege the
greatne"" o# Mo"e" -ecau"e he a%%eare !i th 'e"u" on the Mount o#
Tran"#iguration)
Great One" (nite
The unite %re"ence o# Mo"e" an 'e"u" on the Mount o# Tran"#iguration
!a" a i3ine -eacon light in"talle in the ar= %a"t -& Go that it might "hine
through #uture Age" to i""ol3e the ar= i##erence" o# enominationali"m !hich
e.i"t -et!een Hi" 'e!i"h an Chri"tian chilren)
The 3i-rating 3oice o# the Father an the cele"tial clou !hich en3elo%e
the three Ma"ter" an the i"ci%le" o# 'e"u" on the Mount o# Tran"#iguration
i"tinctl & re3eal" that the Hea3enl& Father ha a "%ecial me""age #or the !orl
through the unite li-erate li3e" o# 'e"u", Mo"e" an Elia")
The a%%earance o# Elia" !ith 'e"u" on the Mount o# Tran"#iguration al"o
e"ta-li"he" the #act that all truth6"ee=ing "oul", incluing great Ma"ter" li=e
'e"u", cannot #in li-eration through them"el3e" or -& #ollo!ing a -lin teacher,
-ut -& tuning in !ith a Go6"ent Guru6Prece%tor) 'e"u" "ai4 INone can come
unto me, unle"" the Hea3enl & Father ra!eth him)H That i", onl & !hen a e3otee
inten"el& %ra&" to Go to =no! truth can he -e "ent a true Guru6Prece%tor #or
guiance)
E3er& e3otee "houl remem-er that in orer to #in a true Guru6
Prece%tor, he mu"t con"tantl& %ra& to Go) An i# the e3otee thoroughl &
-elie3e" an continuou"l& %ra&", then Go !ill "urel & "en him a true Guru6
Prece%tor) Go, Him"el#, teache" the eager e3otee through the !or",
thought", !i"om, an intuition" o# a true Guru6Prece%tor)
'e"u" E.%lain" That 'ohn the Ba%ti"t Ba" Formerl& Elia"
D/nd as they )a#e down fro# the #ountain, ;esus )harged the#, saying, ?Tell the
*ision to no #an, until the (on of #an be risen again fro# the dead.? /nd his dis)i&les
asked hi#, saying, ?9hy then say the s)ribes that 5lias #ust first )o#eA?
“/nd ;esus answered and said unto the#, ?5lias truly shall first )o#e, and restore all
things. .ut = say unto you, That 5lias is )o#e already, and they knew hi# not, but ha*e
done unto hi# whatsoe*er they listed. Likewise shall also the (on of #an suffer of the#.?
“Then the dis)i&les understood that he s&ake unto the# of ;ohn the .a&tist.”
(!atthew 1E:7-13
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The i"ci%le" i not uner"tan !hat 'e"u" meant a-out Iri"ing again
#rom the eaH) The la"t %aragra%h o# the 'e!i"h Scri%ture", the 2ld Testa#ent,
"ai that IE+IAS SHA++ TR(+Y FIRST COME AND RESTORE A++ THINGSH
FMalachi ;47G, an it !a" a-out thi" %ro%hec& that the i"ci%le" <ue"tione
'e"u")
That 'ohn the Ba%ti"t !a" the incarnation o# Elia" FEliCahG i" e.%laine in
the #ir"t cha%ter o# +u=e, !here the angel a%%eare to Oacaria" to #oretell the
-irth o# a "on, IAND THO( SHA+T CA++ HIS NAME 'OHNH F3er"e /9GE IAND HE
SHA++ GO BEFORE HIM IN THE SPIRIT AND POBER OF E+IAS K TO MA>E
READY A PEOP+E PREPARED FOR THE +ORDH F3er"e /5G)
'e"u" "ai4 IIt ha" al"o -een !ritten in the Scri%ture" ho! the "on o# man
or m& %h&"ical "el# !oul "u##er man& trial" an #in re"i"tance #rom the %eo%le
he !oul teach) B& the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me I =no! an eclare unto &ou
that Elia" ha" alrea& come -e#ore me, re-orn a" 'ohn the Ba%ti"t, !ho ha"
alrea& -een -eheae an recei3e -ac= into hea3en in the "tate o# #inal
li-eration a" Elia" !hom &ou "a! !ith me on the mount !here I !a"
tran"#igure) So Elia" ha" alrea& come in the -o& o# 'ohn the Ba%ti"t -ut the
%eo%le i not recogni?e him an the& ha3e alrea& =ille him) I %ro%he"& that
m& -o& al"o !ill "u##er li=e 'ohn the Ba%ti"tM " at the han" o# the ignorant
%eo%le)H
In the a-o3e !or" o# 'e"u" i" the great an"!er to all Chri"tian" a" to
!hether 'e"u" -elie3e in reincarnation or not) Some o# the %ro%het" o# the 2ld
Testa#ent !ho %reicte the reincarnation o# Elia" =ne! an not merel &
-elie3e that reincarnation !a" -a"e on the la! o# cau"e an e##ect go3erning
all li3e")
It mu"t -e remem-ere that the octrine o# reincarnation i" 3er& ancient)
T!o hunre million %eo%le o# Inia, #i3e hunre million Buhi"t" in China an
'a%an an Inia, the ancient Drui %rie"t" an eminent %hilo"o%her" o# the Ea"t
an Be"t ha3e -elie3e an o -elie3e in the octrine o# reincarnation)
Bithout the la! o# reincarnation no one can e.%lain !h& "ome %eo%le are
-orn -lin or !h& "ome are -orn rich an "ome are -orn %oor an other" are
-orn !ic=e an "ome are -orn goo) The %remature eath o# %eo%le al"o "ho!"
that !hen the& ie in an im%er#ect "tate the& coul not #in li-erationE
nece""aril& the& mu"t reincarnate on earth in orer to get an o%%ortunit& to
%er#ect them"el3e") I# thi" li#e i" the -eginning an the en then it clearl & re3eal"
the inCu"tice an %artialit& o# nature an Go in ma=ing "ome %eo%le goo an
!ell an in ma=ing other" e3il an "ic=)
'e"u" "ai -e#ore, IFor the Son o# man "hall come in the glor& o# hi"
Father !ith hi" angel"E an then he "hall re!ar e3er& man accoring to hi"
!or=")H All "oul" a#ter eath, on their arri3al in the a"tral !orl accoring to the
co"mic la! emanating #rom Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"", #in them"el3e" Cuge
accoring to their !or=" or =arma !hile the& li3e on earth)
>arma D Co"mic +a!
Thu" the co"mic la! li-erate" the 3er& a3ance "oul" into Go) The&,
ha3ing o3ercome material e"ire", -ecome %illar", or immortal entitie" in the
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omni%re"ent man"ion o# Go, an the& nee go out no more through
reincarnation on earth)
IHIM THAT O*ERCOMETH BI++ I MA>E A PI++AR IN THE TEMP+E OF
MY GOD, AND HE SHA++ GO NO MORE O(TH FRe3elation 94/:G)
But other "oul", accoring to their 3ariou" material e"ire" an goo or
e3il acti3itie", are -orn into 3ariou" =in" o# goo or -a #amilie" on earth) I# !e
are the tool" o# e"tin& an i# !e ha3e to li3e accoring to the %ree"tine la!"
o# Go then the eno!ment o# #reeom o# !ill -ecome" meaningle"" to u") Be
are eno!e !ith #ree !ill an act a" !e li=e, thu" accumulating goo or -a
"ee" o# action" !hich go3ern all our #uture li3e") Ha3ing #ree !ill !e are the
architect" o# our o!n e"tin&)
+ac= o# %renatal memor& oe" not %ro3e that a man i not reincarnate
-e#ore, #or a man oe" not remem-er hi" li#e at -irth or the #ir"t &ear o# hi"
e.i"tence) Great "aint" !ho can =ee% their con"ciou"ne"" an memor& intact
uring eath an a#ter, remem-er !ho the& !ere -e#ore the& ie, an
remem-er their #ormer li3e" a#ter the& are re-orn) Since 'e"u" =ne! !ho 'ohn
the Ba%ti"t !a" -e#ore D Elia" FEliCahG D "o he al"o =ne! that he him"el# !a"
Ele"eu" FEli"haG, the i"ci%le o# Elia")
An earthl& Cuge ha" "en"e enough to %ronounce the term o# im%ri"onment
o# a criminal accoring to the nature o# hi" crime) So al"o the greate"t o# all
Cuge", the Co"mic +a!, hel%" %eo%le to rea% their re!ar" or %uni"hment"
accoring to their =arma" or action" on the earth %lane) A million incarnation" o#
"in committe -& a "oul coul attract a million &ear" o# 3ile incarnation" -ut no
more) A "oul, -eing %rimaril & an e""entiall & mae in the image o# Go, e3en i#
re"%on"i-le #or a million &ear" o# "in, coul not attract eternal amnation) Finite
act" coul not rea% in#inite re"ult")
Man I" the Image o# Go
Then come" the <ue"tion, ho! can a man -& 3irtuou" action" o# one or
more incarnation, -ecome eternall & li-erateJ It mu"t -e remem-ere that man
-eing mae in the image o# Go i" al!a&" eternall & goo, an -ecome" onl&
tem%oraril& elue) Thi" tem%orar& elu"ion lea" man to thin= he i" mortal) So
long a" he thin=" he i" mortal "o long mu"t he "u##er)
Thi" mortal con"ciou"ne"" in a "oul ma& e.ten to #e! or man&
incarnation", -ut through "el#6e##ort an la! o# Go the %roigal "oul #in"
!i"om) A" "oon a" a %roigal "oul i" illumine he remem-er" the eternal image
o# Go !ithin him an return" to hi" home o# Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"") Then the
Father "er3e" him !ith the #atte cal# or eternal !i"om an li-erate" him
#ore3er)
Delu"ion I" Tem%orar&
Man, -eing mae %rimaril& in the image o# Go ma& mi"u"e hi" #ree !ill #or
a time an con"ier him"el# mortal, -ut that tem%orar& elu"ion can ne3er era"e
#rom !ithin him the mar= o# immortalit& an GoM " image o# %er#ection) Hence,
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"oul" -eing mae in the image o# Go can ne3er -& mean" o# tem%orar& elu"ion
-e e""entiall & change into eternall & e3il entitie")
A -a-& !ho !a" ne3er -a%ti?e an %rematurel& ie" cannot %o""i-l & ha3e
u"e hi" #ree !ill to -e either 3irtuou" enough to -e li-erate or 3iciou" enough
to -e amne) Nature mu"t -ring the -a-& -ac= to earth to gi3e it a chance to
u"e it" #ree !ill to !or= out the %a"t =arma #or !hich it met eath, an to %er#orm
enough goo action" to li-erate it"el#) So all "oul" mae in the image o# Go,
a#ter a num-er o# incarnation" o# elu"i3e earthl & li3ing, -& "el#6e##ort an
a!a=ening o# !i"om ultimatel& merge in their eternal a-oe in S%irit)
I# an immortal "oul oe" not !or= out hi" elu"ion in one "chool o# li#e he
ha" to ha3e another or more "chooling" -e#ore he return" home in Co"mic
Con"ciou"ne"" -& remem-ering hi" immortalit&) Orinar& "oul" u"uall&
reincarnate -eing com%elle -& their earth6-oun e"ire"E great "oul" come on
earth %artiall& to !or= out their =arma -ut %rinci%all& to act a" no-le "on" o# Go
to "ho! lo"t chilren the !a& to their hea3enl & FatherM " all6li-erating home)
Great Soul" Can Ta=e On the >arma o# Other"
“/nd when they were )o#e to the #ultitude, there )a#e to hi# a )ertain
#an, kneeling down to hi#, and saying, ? Lord, ha*e #er)y on #y son: for he is
lunati)k, and sore *e6ed: for oftti#es he falleth into the fire, and oft into the water. /nd =
brought hi# to thy dis)i&les, and they )ould not )ure hi#.?
“Then ;esus answered and said, ?2 faithless and &er*erse generation, how long
shall = be with youA how long shall = suffer youA bring hi# hither to #e.?”
(!atthew 1E:14-1E

IO, &e generation o# %eo%le #ille !ith ignorance an !ithout "el#6
reali?ation o# S%irit, I ha3e -een "o long !ith &ou an &ou ha3e not a%%reciate
me, an ho! long "hall I "u##er -eholing &our agonie" an al"o #or ta=ing &our
e3il =arma" on m&"el#J An&!a&, -ring &our "on to me)H
In the a-o3e !or" 'e"u" e.%re""e "orro! #or con"tantl & o3er-urening
him"el# !ith the e3il =arma o# other") Great "oul" -& their !ill %o!er can !or=
out the "u##ering o# other" in their o!n "oul" an thu" reli3e them, a" a rich man
might "a3e a criminal #rom im%ri"onment -& %a&ing hi" #ine) But it mu"t -e
remem-ere that thi" ha%%en" onl& to re%entant "oul" !ho, -& their goo =arma,
ha%%en to meet a Ma"ter !ho can %artiall & minimi?e their "u##ering") The
#orgi3ing o# "in" an !or=ing out o# =arma" -& another !ill -e i"cu""e more
#ull& later on)
'e"u" =ne! that -& accumulating the e3il =arma" or "in#ul action" o# other"
he !oul ultimatel& ha3e to %a& in the "ha%e o# the cruci#i.ion o# hi" -o&) 'e"u"
ga3e u% manM " eare"t %o""e""ion, hi" -o&, #or !or=ing out the =arma" o#
other" -& hi" cruci#i.ion)
Bhile 'e"u" let hi" -o& -e cruci#ie through the "in" o# other" &et -&
"u%erior "oul #orce he re"urrecte hi" -o& an %ro3e hi" 3ictor& o3er all =arma
o# him"el# an o# other") Reali?ing the terri-le oreal !hich he !oul ha3e to go
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through #or ta=ing on the =arma o# other", he "ai, IHo! long "hall I "u##er #or
&ou an "tan #or the im%o"ition" o# &our =arma on m& "oulJH E3en though 'e"u"
reali?e he !oul ha3e to carr& much e3il =arma -& healing the %o""e""e "on
o# the man "till, ue to hi" in#inite com%a""ion, he agree to heal the -o&)
“/nd they brought hi# unto hi#: and when he saw hi#, straightway the
s&irit tare hi#; and he fell on the ground, and wallowed foa#ing. /nd he asked his
father, ?'ow long is it ago sin)e this )a#e unto hi#A? /nd he said, ?2f a )hild. /nd oftti#es
it hath )ast hi# into the fire, and into the waters, to destroy hi#: but if thou )anst do any
thing, ha*e )o#&assion on us, and hel& us.? ;esus said unto hi#, ?=: T'2+ ,/1(T
.5L=5>5, /LL T'=13( /05 "2((=.L5 T2 '=! T'/T .5L=5>5T'.? /nd straightway the
father of the )hild )ried out, and said with tears, ?L204, = .5L=5>5; '5L" T'2+ !=15
+1.5L=5:.? 9hen ;esus saw that the &eo&le )a#e running together, he rebuked the foul
s&irit, saying unto hi#, ?Thou du#b and deaf s&irit, = )harge thee, )o#e out of hi#, and
enter no #ore into hi#.?
“/nd the s&irit )ried, and rent hi# sore, and )a#e out of hi#: and he was as one
dead; inso#u)h that #any said, ?'e is dead.? .ut ;esus took hi# by the hand, and lifted
hi# u&; and he arose. /nd when he was )o#e into the house, his dis)i&les asked hi#
&ri*ately, ?9hy )ould not we )ast hi# outA? /nd he said unto the#, ?T'=( @=14 ,/1
,2!5 :20T' .$ 12T'=13, .+T .$ "0/$50 /14 :/(T=13.?”
(!ark 7:8G-87

A %er"on !ho -elie3e" in hi" o!n %o!er an in the %o!er o# Go
continuou"l & !ithout ou-t can accom%li"h e3er&thing, "%iritual or material,
!hate3er he !ant") It mu"t -e remem-ere that %eo%le mu"t not e.%ect to
accom%li"h all re"ult" -& a momentM " -elie#)
Ho! To Culti3ate Faith
There i" a !a& to culti3ate -elie# until it -ecome" #aith or a-"olute
con3iction) Belie# i" the initial reci%ient attitue o# the min nece""ar& #or the
"ee o# a e"ire to -e %lante) Bhen the "oil o# -elie# i" continuou"l & !atere
!ith -elie# in Sel# an a Ma"ter then it "%rout" into #aith or a-"olute con3iction
that the e"ire re"ult !ill -e accom%li"he)
A" a %er"on learn" the la!" o# %lanting #or a goo har3e"t "o a truth6
"ee=ing ini3iual mu"t learn ho! to culti3ate -elie# "o that it ma& &iel the
e"ire re"ult) 'e"u" =ne! the la!" o# truthE he !a" e<ui%%e !i th all6might&
Go6con"ciou"ne"" an =ne! that an& one !ho -elie3e in hi" !or" !oul
create a channel through !hich the Chri"t6Con"ciou"ne"" coul ea"il & -e
tran"#erre to him) All "%iritual teacher" coul not "a& !hat 'e"u" "ai -ecau"e
the& them"el3e" are not al!a&" con3ince o# the all6accom%li"hing %o!er o#
i3ine !ill an intuition6-orn #aith or con3iction)
'e"u" "ai4 IO thou !ic=e, i"em-oie "oul, thou ha"t -een ea# an
um- in the a"tral !orl -ecau"e o# th& e3il =arma) In"tea o# !or=ing out th&
e3il action" !h& art thou %iling more e3il action" in &our "oul -& %o""e""ing thi"
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chil -e#ore meJ O e3il "%irit, -ecau"e &ou ha3e -een ea# an um- that i" !h&
&our o-"e""ion ha" cau"e the lo"" o# "%eech an hearing in the chil -e#ore
me) I comman &ou to come out o# hi" -o& an o not %o""e"" him an& more)H
In the a-o3e 'e"u" e3ientl & hint" that there are ea# an um- "%irit" !ho
tr& to %o""e"" earthl& "oul" in orer that the& might hear or "%ea= -ut ue to
their e3il =arma", e3en !he& the& unla!#ull & %o""e"" an ini3iual, the& are "till
una-le to hear or "%ea= an in that !a& e"tro& the 3ocal chor" an the
auitor& ner3e" o# the %o""e""e ini3iual) Such "%irit", -eing conemne -&
their o!n =arma" to -e ea# an um- cannot hear or "%ea= e3en !hen the&
%o""e"" other -oie") Such i" the immuta-le la! o# =arma or cau"e an e##ect
!hich go3ern" all li#e)
Charge B& Co"mic Energ&
Due to thi" -o& -eing %o""e""e -& the e3il "%irit "ince chilhoo hi"
ner3ou" "&"tem !a" com%letel& e.hau"te) Thu", e3en !hen the e3il "%irit le#t
him, the -o& a%%eare a" ea) But 'e"u" too= him -& the han an charge
Co"mic Energ& in it an li#te him u%) From that hour the -o& !a" cure)
'e"u" "ai to hi" i"ci%le"4 ITo ca"t out the e3il "%irit long loge in that
-o& re<uire "tea& #aith) Bhen &ou #aile to heal him -& one or t!o attem%t"
&ou i"-elie3e an -ecau"e o# &our un-elie# he !a" not heale) I eclare unto
&ou through m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" that i# &ou ha3e meitation6-orn intuiti3e
con3iction, e3en a" little a" a mu"tar "ee, then &ou can tell the mountain o#
i##icultie" to i"a%%ear an it !ill o "o) It i" the co"mic con3iction o# Go !hich
i" all6%o!er#ul an ha" create "tar", %lanet", human -eing") Go =no!" that He
i" all6%o!er#ulE He intuiti3el & #eel" He can o an&thing "o !hate3er He thin=" He
can o, He oe")
ISo "oul" -& ee%er an ee%er meitation can ultimatel & ac<uire the
almight& intuiti3e con3iction o# Go) Bhen "oul" %o""e"" thi" intuiti3e con3iction
the& !ill uner"tan that all co"mic 3i-ration" o# matter an it" mani#e"tation"
are controlle an guie -& GoM " intuiti3e con3iction) Reali?ing that, a "oul can
tran"#er a mountain #rom one %lace to another) Bhen a3ance "oul" #in their
con3iction" in tune !ith GoM " con3iction" then the& reali?e the relation o#
intuition an matter) Thu" an a3ance "oul -& the %o!er o# hi" intuiti3e
con3iction can create an&thing in matter)
IAll the #igure" an #orm" in a ream are controlle an mani#e"te -& the
imagination o# the reamer) The imagination o# the reamer can create an&
change" in the ream he %ercei3e") So a %er"on !ho can ream at !ill reali?e"
he can create an&thing or an& change" in the reamlan) +i=e!i"e the co"mic
ream i" "u"taine -& GoM " con"ciou"ne"" an I, Chri"t, -eing in tune !ith that
con"ciou"ne"" can create an& change" in the co"mic ream6mani#e"tation") That
i" ho! I heale the o-"e""e "on o# that #ather)
IBut remem-er, I am not telling &ou that i# &ou mentall & imagine a
mountain to go #rom one %lace to another, it !ill) It i" onl& !hen &ou ha3e
e3elo%e &our #aith -& Go6contact that &ou can accom%li"h an&thing) Bhen
&ou ha3e ac<uire thi" Go6con"ciou"ne"" !hich control" all the ream #orm" in
the co"mo", then through that con"ciou"ne"" &ou can create an& change" in the
uni3er"e) But I "trongl& !arn &ou again that thi" %o!er to accom%li"h an&thing -&
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#aith cannot come -& oing nothing or -& mere -elie#) It come" -& con"tant
eman #or Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" in meitation F%ra&erG an -& remaining a!a&
an aloo# #rom the -o&6con"ciou"ne"" -& occa"ional #a"ting)H
Not B& Imagination
It i" in"%iring ho! 'e"u" "a&" that %eo%le cannot achie3e !oner#ul re"ult"
-& imagination -ut mu"t commune !i th Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" in %ra&er an -&
not "timulating the -o&6con"ciou"ne"" -& con"tant eating) Tho"e !ho meitate
ee%l&, #a"t o#ten an "ta& a!a& #rom the -o&6con"ciou"ne"" ultimatel & e3elo%
their intuition an all6accom%li"hing %o!er o# con3iction or #aith) 'e"u" "a&" that
e3en a little intuiti3e6%o!er can accom%li"h !oner", more than great %o!er o#
imagination) He em%ha"i?e" that thi" %o!er o# #aith or intuiti3e con3iction oe"
not come -& a mental -elie# or intellectual con3iction -ut -& regular, ee% %ra&er
or meitation an -& "u-Cecting the -o& to the i"ci%line in3ol3e in #a"ting an
moral li3ing) Thu" a" the con"ciou"ne"" o# the e3otee i" #inall& unite to
Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", he reali?e" that he can create an& change" in the
co"mic ream !hich i" "u"taine -& that Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"")
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:
BHY 'ES(S SAID A++ MEN M(ST BECOME
AS +ITT+E CHI+DREN TO ENTER HEA*EN D
BHY GOD IS H(MB+E
“/nd when they were )o#e to ,a&ernau#, they that re)ei*ed tribute #oney )a#e to
"eter, and said, ?4oth not your #aster &ay tributeA? 'e saith, ?$es.? /nd when he was )o#e
into the house, ;esus &re*ented hi#, saying, ?9hat thinkest thou, (i#onA of who# do the
kings of the earth take )usto# or tributeA of their own )hildren, or of strangersA?
"eter saith unto hi#, ?2f strangers.? ;esus saith unto hi#, ?Then are the )hildren free.
1otwithstanding, lest we should offend the#, go thou to the sea, and )ast an hook, and
take u& the fish that first )o#eth u&; and when thou hast o&ened his #outh, thou shalt find
a &ie)e of #oney; that take, and gi*e unto the# for #e and thee.?”
FMatthe! /54:;6:5G
'e"u" "ai4 IThe =ing" o# the earth o not gather tri-ute #rom their o!n
chilren) The& go #ree) +i=e!i"e, tho"e that are materiall&6mine an !orll &
nee" mu"t gi3e ta.e" to earthl& =ing", -ut !e, -eing the chilren o# Go,
con"ier all thing" in the !orl -elong to Go) Being the chilren o# Go !ho
o!n" the co"mo", !e al"o o!n it)
IHo!e3er, though !e =no! in our min" !e are the chilren o# Go, "till,
le"t !e o##en the orer o# the !orl, let u" o our %art in %a&ing ta.e") Dear
Simon, that &ou ma& =no! I am the chil o# Go, &ou "hall "ee Hi" glor&, that He
!ill #ree me #rom the earthl & o-ligation" o# %a&ing ta.e" -& miraculou"l& "ening
me "ome mone& through a #i"h in the "ea)H
“/nd he )a#e to ,a&ernau#: and being in the house he asked the#, ?9hat was it
that ye dis&uted a#ong yoursel*es by the wayA? .ut they held their &ea)e: for by the
way they had dis&uted a#ong the#sel*es, who should be the greatest. /nd he
sat down, and )alled the twel*e, and saith unto the#, ?=: /1$ !/1 45(=05 T2 .5
:=0(T, T'5 (/!5 ('/LL .5 L/(T 2: /LL, /14 (50>/1T 2: /LL.?”
FMar= 0499697G
II# an& e3otee !ant" to -e #oremo"t in GoM " e&e", he "houl e"ire to -e
lea"t in the !orlM " e"timation) He "houl -e the hum-le"t an "er3e all !ith lo3e
an humilit& in utter #orget#ulne"" o# egoi"m or "el#i"hne"") A %er"on !ho
e"ire" to -e the greate"t in hea3en, mu"t enea3or, a" long a" he li3e", to
contact Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in meitation, an mu"t out!arl& =ee% hi"
con"ciou"ne"" rea& to "er3e all) It i" not the %er"on !ho !i"he" to -e #oremo"t
that i" the greate"t, -ut the %er"on !ho i" in tune, to the en o# hi" a&", !ith
Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" an i" rea& to -e the "er3ant o# all) Hi" con"ciou"ne""
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-ecome" one !ith the Great S%irit D Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" D an con"e<uentl&
he !oul -e con"iere greate"t in hea3en)H
In the"e !or" o# 'e"u" !e #in !oner#ul hint" a" to !ho can -e the
greate"t in the co"mo") Go ne3er !ant" to -e #oremo"t, there#ore He "ilentl &
"er3e" all creation an all creature" to the en o# eternit&, !i thout a"=ing
an&thing in return) Go, -eing in lo3e !ith all, #eel" Hi" onene"" !ith all thing"
an creature") Thu", He i" the greate"t) There can -e no one greater than Go)
An&one !ho !ant" to -e the greate"t in the uni3er"e mu"t -e hum-le li=e Go
an -e in eternal tune !ith Him)
Chil I" Not Egoti"tical
“/nd ;esus )alled a little )hild unto hi#, and set hi# in the #idst of the#,
and said, ? >50=L$ = (/$ +1T2 $2+, 5B,5"T $5 .5 ,21>50T54, /14
.5,2!5 /( L=TTL5 ,'=L4051, $5 ('/LL 12T 51T50 =1T2 T'5 @=1342!
2: '5/>51. 9'2(25>50 T'505:205 ('/LL '+!.L5 '=!(5L: /( T'=(
L=TTL5 ,'=L4, T'5 (/!5 =( 305/T5(T =1 T'5 @=1342! 2: '5/>51.?”
FMatthe! /14:6;G
IThrough the 3eri#ication o# m& i3ine =no!lege, I eclare unto &ou that
unle"", -& meitation an a %ro%er guru6%rece%torM " hel%, &ou change &our ego6
guie !orll& nature into the "oul6guie chilli=e nature, &ou !ill ne3er -e a-le
to ri"e a-o3e &our -o&6con"ciou"ne"" an let &our inner Sel# enter into the
e3er6ne! -li"" "tate o# Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"") On the mountain %ea= o# ego6
con"ciou"ne"" the rainro%" o# i3ine merc& o not remain) But in the 3a"t 3alle&
o# chilli=e hum-lene"" Funegoti"tical mentalit&G the merc&6ro%" o# i3init& e3er
gather into a 3a"t la=e o# !i"om)
IAn egoti"tical %er"on ienti#ie" hi" unlimite "oul con"ciou"ne"" !ith
certain %h&"ical, mental or a"tral %o!er" an thu" create" aroun him"el# a
hege o# limitation !hich "hut" out the greater %art o# Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"")
M& Hea3enl& Father, -eing all6%o!er#ul, oe" not ienti#& Hi" con"ciou"ne"" !ith
an& one %o!er, an thu" limit Him"el# -& egoti"m) M& Father in Hea3en oe" not
"e%arate Him"el# #rom Hi" %o!er" -& -eing con"ciou" o# them) He =ee%" Hi"
in#inite <ualitie" in#initel& i""ol3e in the #athomle"" ocean o# Hi" hum-lene"")
All goo an -eauti#ul chilren mae a#ter the %ure image o# the Father are
hum-le an una!are o# their %ricele"" <ualitie") So an& e3otee !ho ri"e" a-o3e
ego6con"ciou"ne"" -& ienti#&ing him"el# !i th the chilli=e hum-le <ualitie" o#
Go i" the greate"t in Hi" =ingom)
IGo i" the greate"t in Hi" hea3enl& =ingom o# -li"", "o the hum-le
e3otee -eing one !ith Him i" al"o the greate"t, %o""e""ing all GoM " %o!er"
-ecau"e he oe"t not claim an& one o# them) An& e3otee !ho -& i3ine
communion an ec"ta"& a-"or-" in hi" co"mic63i-ration6"aturate
con"ciou"ne"" the i3ine chilli=e <ualitie", recei3e" Me or grauall& mani#e"t"
m& omni%re"ent Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"") But an& !ic=e %er"on !ho -& egoti"m
an lo3e #or hi" %h&"ical -o& eli-eratel& i"tur-" an o##en" an& inner
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chilli=e i3ine <ualit& !hich mani#e"t" m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"", !ill #eel the
mill"tone o# mi"er& hea3& in hi" li#e, ro!ning him in the e%th" o# the "ea o#
ignorance)H
Ph&"ical Chil Not Meant
In the a-o3e !or" o# Chri"t, it mu"t -e "trictl& note !hat 'e"u" mean" -&
the hum-le little chil -eing the greate"t in hea3en) A hum-le, little ignorant chil
on earth ma& -e ear to all, -ut he i" not con"iere a" the greate"t "oul on
earth) But a !i"e man !ho contact" Go in meitation mani#e"t" the chilli=e
hum-le <ualit& o# Go)
The Hinu Scri%ture" "a& the one !ho =no!" Brahman or S%irit i" S%irit
Him"el#, "o the !i"e man !ho i" one !ith Go i" Go Him"el#) Egoti"m i" the
"ure"t "ign o# an ignorant man) A chilli=e hum-le nature in a !i"e man i" the
"ure"t "ign that he contact" Go) There i" a %ro3er- that a #e! #i"h in a "mall
-o!l ma=e a lot o# noi"e, -ut the !hale" an -ig eni?en" mo3ing in the ocean
o not create much commotion) So egoti"t" !ith their little %o!er" -rag a-out
them, -ut great Ma"ter" !ho in i3ine 3i"ion can "ee the !hole co"mo" in the
t!in=ling o# an e&e harl& "%ea= o# their %o!er") Go ha" e3er& %o!er
concei3a-le in the uni3er"e, &et He ne3er u"e" them #or the "a=e o# i"%la&) That
i" ho! #ar He i" hum-le)
Hum-lene"" oe" not "igni#& an a""ume mee=ne""E a %reten"e o#
hum-lene"" oe"t not ma=e one hum-le) A %er"on !ho i" continuou"l& -u"&
e3elo%ing great %o!er" !ithin him i" "o a-"or-e in "o oing that he ne3er
"%ea=" o# it) Thu", !hen a %er"on i" "o a-"or-e in oing great thing" that he
ha" no time to tal= a-out it, he i" reall & hum-le) But a %er"on !ho remain"
mentall & an %h&"icall& ile imagining that he i" oing great thing", "%en" all
hi" time telling ho! great he i") The egoti"tical %er"on tal=" all the time a-out hi"
%o!er")
The mo"t hum-le %er"on -eing com%letel & -u"& !ith the Great Go ha" no
time to tal= a-out him"el#) A !oner#ul chil -loom" li=e a #lo!er, una-le to tal=
or a3erti"e a-out it" #ragrance or -eaut&) So a i3ine man mu"t -e, a-"or-e in
the -eaut& o# Go, una!are li=e a chil o# hi" o!n <ualitie") To lo3e chilren i"
to !or"hi% "ome o# the mo"t -eauti#ul o# GoM " <ualitie" on the altar o# lo3e)
Dee% Chri"t Sa&ing
An& %er"on !ho thin=" it i" all a "im%le matter, that i# he recei3e" a chil in
hi" home in the name o# 'e"u" Chri"t he !ill =no! Him, i" mi"ta=en) Onl & !hen a
e3otee e3elo%" chilli=e <ualitie" in meitation oe" he grauall& mani#e"t
Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"")
All the great ma"ter min" that I ha3e "een are chilli=e) The ma"ter"
i"%la& all the <ualitie" o# "incerit&, #ran=ne"", nonattachment, uni3er"alit&,
uni#ormit& o# action, thought an "%eech, #orgi3ene"", truth#ulne"", calmne"",
"!eetne"", laughter an !orrile""ne"", -elonging to a chil, minu" the latterM "
ignorance)
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A %er"on !ho oe" not culti3ate the a-o3e6mentione chilli=e <ualitie"
latent in the "oul i" con"tantl & torture -& "el#i"hne"", "u"%icion, !orrie", #ear
an attachment !hich ro!n hi" %eace in the ocean o# mi"er&) 'u"t a" a chil
li3e" ha%%il &, con#ientl & "ecure in the %rotecting %o!er o# %arent", "o a i3ine
man relin<ui"he" #ear, !orlline"" an egoti"tical li3ing, -& -ecoming a i3ine
chil, com%letel & e%ening on the all6%rotecting %o!er o# Go)
All i3ine ma"ter" !ho are li-erate in Go %re"er3e their ini3iualit&
throughout eternit& e3en though the& all -ecome one !ith Go) In other !or",
the li-erate i3ine ma"ter" all =no! the& come out o# Go an then merge in
Him) Thu" =no!ing Go, the& uner"tan that He -ecame their man& "el3e", a"
Chri"t, Chri"tna, Ba-aCi, +ahiri Maha"a&a, Sri &u=te"!arCi an other "aint" o#
Go)
D? 9'2(25>50 ('/LL 05,5=>5 215 2: (+,' ,'=L4051; =1 !$
1/!5, 05,5=>5T' !5; /14 9'2(25>50 ('/LL 05,5=>5 !5, 05,5=>5T'
12T !5, .+T '=! T'/T (51T !5.%”
FMar= 0495G
'e"u" "ai4 IAn& e3otee !ho i" in tune !ith m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" an
!ith a chilli=e "%irit lo3e" a chil an hi" hea3enl & <ualitie" !ill #eel m&
%re"ence in hi" guilele"" mentalit&) An& e3otee !ho e.%an" hi" con"ciou"ne""
-& ee% meitation an thu" can recei3e or -e in tune !ith m& Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" "hall not #in hi" con"ciou"ne"" limite -& the Chri"t Intelligence
%re"ent in all 3i-rator& creation, -ut "hall ri"e through hi" Chri"t Con"ciou"ne""
to the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" !hich e.i"t" e3en -e&on all creati3e 3i-ration")H
Soul Become" Relea"e
IThe e3otee !ho i" in tune !ith Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" oe" not remain
con#ine there -ut get" in tune !ith Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" through me FChri"t
Con"ciou"ne""G, !hich i" the re#lection o# the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"") The "oul
o# an& e3otee !ho ha" -ani"he hi" ego6con"ciou"ne"" or -o&6con"ciou"ne""
-ecome" relea"e to -e one !ith the omni%re"ent great Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"")
Hence the e3otee !ho ha" little or no -o&6con"ciou"ne"", -eing one !ith Go,
i" con"iere greate"t in the e&e" o# the meta%h&"ical la!)H
'e"u" i not mean that an&-o& !ho lo3e" chilren !ill ha3e Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"", -ut an&one !ho !ith !i"om an Chri"t S%irit lo3e" chilren !ill
#eel Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in them) 'e"u" em%ha"i?e" the #act that e3otee"
"houl recei3e an a-"or- the -e"t <ualitie" o# chilren Flac= o# egoti"m, -o&6
con"ciou"ne"", "el#i"hne"" an attachment, an %re"ence o# %urit&,
guilele""ne"", innocence, o-eience, hum-lene"", mee=ne"", lo3e, tru"t an
Co&G)
In chilren lie" the mani#e"tation o# "ome o# the -e"t <ualitie" o# Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"", there#ore 'e"u" %oint" out that i# a e3otee i" in tune !ith "ome
o# the -e"t <ualitie" o# chilren, he !ill ea"il& =no! ho! to contact Chri"t
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Con"ciou"ne"") To lo3e the -e"t in chilren i" the ea"ie"t !a& to %ractice
tangi-le Chri"t <ualitie" in ail & li#e)
'e"u" al"o meant that he !ho i" egoti"tical an con"ier" him"el# great i"
thro!n o!n #rom the tem%le o# other"M heart" an "et at the lo!e"t %oint o# their
e"timation) But the %er"on !ho lo3e" an "er3e" all !ithout a "el#i"h moti3e
-ecome" the great em%eror "itting on the throne o# all heart")
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THE REA+ MEANING OF IHE++6FIREH
AS (SED BY 'ES(S IN THE BIB+E D
THE IHE++H OF DESIRE,
BHERE THE IFIRE IS NOT L(ENCHEDH
“/nd ;ohn answered hi#, saying, ?!aster, we saw one )asting out de*ils in thy
na#e, and he followeth not us: and we forbad hi#, be)ause he followeth not us.? .ut ;esus
said, ?:20.=4 '=! 12T: :20 T'505 =( 12 !/1 9'=,' ('/LL 42 / !=0/,L5 =1 !$
1/!5, T'/T ,/1 L=3'TL$ ("5/@ 5>=L 2: !5. :20 '5 T'/T =( 12T /3/=1(T +(
=( 21 2+0 "/0T. :or whosoe*er shall gi*e you a )u& of water to drink in #y na#e,
be)ause ye belong to ,hrist, *erily = say unto you, he shall not lose his reward.?
“?/nd whosoe*er shall offend one of these little ones that belie*e in #e, it is better
for hi# that a #illstone were hanged about his ne)k, and he were )ast into the sea. /14 =:
T'$ '/14 2::514 T'55, ,+T =T 2::: it is better for thee to enter into life #ai#ed,
than ha*ing two hands to go into hell, into the fire that ne*er shall be <uen)hed: 9here
their wor# dieth not, and the fire is not <uen)hed.?
“?/14 =: T'$ :22T 2::514 T'55, ,+T =T 2::: it is better for thee to enter halt
into life, than ha*ing two feet to be )ast into hell, into the fire that ne*er shall be <uen)hed:
9here their wor# dieth not, and the fire is not <uen)hed. /14 =: T'=15 5$5 2::514
T'55, "L+,@ =T 2+T: it is better for thee to enter into the kingdo# of 3od with one eye,
than ha*ing two eyes to be )ast into hell fire: 9here their wor# dieth not, and the fire is not
<uen)hed.%”
FMar= 04916;1G
IBelo3e i"ci%le", o not ca"t out an& man !ho i" !or=ing healing" in m&
name Fthrough m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne""G) It oe" not matter !hether a man ha"
out!ar connection" !i th u" or notE "o long a" he i" in tune !ith the Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"", he i" one !ith me an all o# u" an i" Cu"ti#ie to %er#orm i3ine
healing", !hich cannot -e mono%oli?e -& an&one)
IAn&one !ho !or=" the i3ine la! i" Cu"ti#ie to amini"ter i3ine healing"
to "tric=en chilren o# Go) An& %er"on !ho !or=" the miracle o# i3ine healing
through the 3i-ration o# m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" cannot in an& !a& tal= again"t
me, in !hom Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" i" #ull & mani#e"te)H
E.%an"ion o# Con"ciou"ne""
IAn& e3otee !ho oe" not %ractice an&thing again"t our %rinci%le" i"
naturall& in tune !i th u") An& %er"on !ho "hall hel% &ou e3en !ith a cu% o# !ater
!hen &ou are thir"t& !ill -e re!are -ecau"e o# the mani#e"tation o# Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" in the con"ciou"ne"" o# all) An&one !ho i" in "&m%ath& !ith &ou
all i" in tune !i th the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" %re"ent in &ou all an !ill -e
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re!are -& e.%an"ion o# con"ciou"ne"") A %er"on in tune !ith &ou all !ill
automaticall& an "&m%atheticall& attract the <ualitie" o# Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"")
IAn&one !ho "hall %er"ecute in an& !a& an& i"ci%le !ho i" in tune !ith
me an mani#e"t" the i3ine <ualitie" o# little chilren, !ill attract e3il to him"el#,
-eing u"e -& the e3il #orce) An&one !ho !oul %er"ecute i"ci%le" !ith Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" !oul attract to him"el# great "%iritual an %h&"ical mi"er&, #ar
greater than i# he hung a mill"tone aroun hi" nec= an ca"t him"el# into the "ea)
IPh&"ical mi"er& en" !ith eath -ut "%iritual mi"er& -orn o# ignorant action"
continue" a#ter eath, in the a"tral !orl on to %o"tnatal e.i"tence, accoring to the la! o#
=arma)
II# #inancial gree FhanG o##en" the i3ine la! an =ee%" &ou #rom attaining
"%iritualit&, e"tro& &our gree) It i" -etter that &ou maim &our un"%iritual <ualitie" or e3en
&our -o& in the attem%t to reach eternal ha%%ine"") It i" -etter to ha3e e3erla"ting
ha%%ine"" in %re#erence to -oil& ha%%ine"" !hich ha" to -e thro!n into the #ire o# eath,
mi"er& an the un<uencha-le #ire" o# earthl& e"ire")
ITho"e !ho o not #or"a=e their e3il mortal ha-it" uring their earth6li#e carr& tho"e
torturing !orm" o# e3il tenencie" into the a"tral !orl an their ne.t incarnation an are
continuou"l& -urnt -& the ine.tingui"ha-le #ire" o# e3er6increa"ing e3il e"ire")H
Foot S&m-ol o# Acti3it&
IAn i# the #oot, "&m-ol o# material acti3it&, %re3ent" &ou #rom meitating an
attaining the =ingom o# e3er&6ne! Co& #elt in meitation, then -& all mean" ro% mo"t o#
&our o-"tructing material acti3itie") It i" -etter to ha3e the Co& o# eternal li#e than the
tem%orar& %lea"ure through material acti3itie" !hich !ill en in the e3er6increa"ing #ire o#
material e"ire", "%reaing #rom one incarnation to another)
IAn&one !ho oe" not attain hea3enl& ha%%ine"" -ut remain" engro""e in material
acti3itie" !ill #in, a#ter eath, the !orm" o# !orrie" cha"ing him #rom one incarnation to
another, an the in"atia-le #ire" o# material e"ire" torturing him through man&
incarnation")
II# an& e3otee #in" hi" e&e or material uner"taning con#licting !ith hi" "%iritual
a"%iration", he "houl moi#& it or gi3e it u%) It i" -etter to enter -& meitation into the
=ingom o# eternal Co& !ith one intuitional e&e o# !i"om than, !ith t!o material e&e" o#
ualit& an relati3it&, to remain -urning in a hell6#ire o# mi"era-le un"ati"#&ing material
con"ciou"ne"" an -oil& %lea"ure")
IAn& %er"on !ho remain" ienti#ie !ith material e"ire" an %a""e" out in that "tate
!ill #in the !orm" o# material uner"taning -othering him in the a"tral !orl an #rom
incarnation to incarnation !ith continuou" tenencie" o# i"traction an e"ire #or "en"e6
%lea"ure") Such a %er"on !ho ha" no i3ine !i"om #in" him"el# continuou"l& -urning
!ith the #ire o# material e"ire")H
In the a-o3e !or", !hen 'e"u" "%ea=" o# oing a!a& !ith han, #oot or e&e #or
attaining the =ingom o# Go, he ha" a three#ol me""age D one #or the Chri"tli=e mart&r,
one #or the morali"t an one #or the &ogi !ho "cienti#icall& trie" to unite hi" "oul !ith S%irit)
Thi" three#ol me""age i" e.%laine a" #ollo!"4
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Di3ine Bra3er&
F/G A#ter Cranmer, /2
th
Centur& mart&r, !rote !ith hi" right han "omething again"t
hi" religiou" con3iction" -ecau"e he !a" going to -e -urnt at the "ta=e !ith +atimer, he
crie, I+atimer, m& un!orth& han "hall -urn #ir"t) Be !ill light "uch a canle Fo#
Prote"tanti"mG a" "hall ne3er -e %ut out)H Cranmer "milingl& -urnt hi" right han #ir"t an
then con"ecrate hi" !hole -o& an it" tem%orar& %lea"ure" to the #lame", con"ciou"l&
a"cening into the hea3enl& region o# S%irit)
'e"u" ga3e u% the tem%orar& %lea"ure" o# hi" -o& on the cro"" to attain eternal
ha%%ine"", -ut i# he ha cho"en -oil& ha%%ine"" in %re#erence to eternal ha%%ine"" o#
Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", toa& %erha%" through t!ent& centurie" hi" "oul might -e "till
roaming, a##licte !ith e"ire", "u##ering #rom the -ite" o# the !orm" o# !orrie" through
man& incarnation")
Bhen 'e"u" "a! that hi" han, #oot, e&e" an hi" !hole -o& !ere -eing tem%te
-& "atanic ignorance, he ga3e them u% "o that e3en though %h&"icall& maime, he gaine
e3erla"ting li#e an al"o re"urrection o# the maime -o&)
'e"u" !a" !i"e to o that, #or -& "acri#icing a tem%oral -o&, he inherite eternal
li#e) Tho"e %eo%le !ho #or com%lete %lea"ure o# a health& -o&, gi3e u% the e"ire to
meitate an -e in Go Con"ciou"ne"" are #ooli"h, #or the& #or"a=e eternal ha%%ine"" an
immortalit& in orer to enCo& the "hort6la"ting %h&"ical ha%%ine"" o# a #e! &ear" o# -oil&
e.i"tence on earth)
F:G The moral ini3iual mu"t gi3e u% hi" han or lo3e o# mone&, hi" #oot or
attachment to material acti3itie" o# li#e, an hi" e&e or !orll& uner"taning, #or the eternal
ha%%ine"" o# a moral "%iritual li#e)
F9G To the &ogi, 'e"u", through hi" a-o3e !or", gi3e" the #ollo!ing me""age4 IAn&
e3otee !ho trie" to "cienti#icall& unite hi" "oul !ith S%irit mu"t =no! that meitation i" the
onl& !a& to attain the eternal ha%%ine"" o# i3ine ec"tatic contact) The e3otee or &ogi
uring meitation o#ten #in" the "en"ation" in hi" han", #eet an e&e" in the "ha%e o#
"en"e6tem%tation" or o%tical tem%tation" o# -eaut& an "cener& tr&ing to in3ae hi" -rain
an i"tract hi" attention #rom marching to!ar the ec"tatic union !ith Go Con"ciou"ne""
an e3er6ne! Co& o# meitation) He "houl o3ercome -& ee% meitation, mental
concentration an the art o# "!itching o## the li#e #orce #rom the o%tical an auitor& an
tactual "en"or& ner3e", a" i" one uncon"ciou"l& uring the "tate o# "lee%)
IBhen the &ogi -& ee% meitation enCo&" the eternal ha%%ine"" o# Go6contact, he
reali?e" that it i" #ar -etter #or him to enter the =ingom o# e3er6ne! Co& o# meitation -&
maiming him"el# F"ilencing hi" %h&"ical "el#G or "!itching o## hi" attention #rom the
con"ciou"ne"" o# "en"ation" o# touch, hearing, "ight, ta"te an "mell)H
Bhen the &ogi -& techni<ue o# meitation learn" to "!itch o## the li#e #orce #rom the
#i3e "en"e tele%hone" o# "ight, "oun, "mell, ta"te an touch, then he #in" that hi"
attention -ecome" i"connecte !ith the -o& an unite !ith Go Con"ciou"ne"") Bhen
a &ogi, -& "!itching o## hi" attention #rom "en"ation", can enCo& ec"tatic communion !ith
Go, then he reali?e" that he !ill ne3er again cra3e to inulge in %h&"ical ha%%ine"" an
there-& remain continuou"l& -urning !ith material e"ire", lo3e o# "en"e6%lea"ure" an
!orrie")
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Hell6Fire o# De"ire
So to the &ogi 'e"u" "a&"4 II# -oil& "en"ation an "en"e6%lea"ure" %re3ent thee
#rom uniting &our con"ciou"ne"" !ith the eternal e3er6ne! ha%%ine"" o# meitation, then
cut them o## -& "!itching o## &our attention #rom the "en"ation") It i" -etter to -e unite !ith
the eternal ha%%ine"" #oun in meitation than to remain con"ciou" o# the -o& con"tantl&
-urning !ith the hell6#ire" o# e"ire" -orn o# in"atia-le lo3e o# "en"e6%lea"ure" an -itten
continuou"l& -& the !orm" o# !orrie")H
“?9oe unto the world be)ause of offen)es; for it #ust needs be that offen)es )o#e;
but woe to that #an by who# the offen)e )o#ethH?”)
(!atthew 1F:E
Co"mic Delu"ion
IPh&"ical, mental an "oul "u##ering" an !oe" en"ue in the !orl -ecau"e o# the
elu"ion" an e3il" create -& Satan or co"mic elu"ion) Becau"e o# the re-ellion o# the
co"mic elu"ion again"t GoM" !or", the %re"ence o# e3il" or o##ence" in the !orl i"
una3oia-le) Man i not create anger, gree, "el#i"hne"", "e. con"ciou"ne""E the& !ere
im%lante in him -& Satan or co"mic elu"ion, along !ith the gol& <ualitie" im%lante in
him -& Go)
IIt i" man !ho -& the u"e o# hi" #ree !ill an irection o# inner !i"om can choo"e to
culti3ate the goone"" %lante in him -& Go, an -ecome #ore3er ha%%& an li-erate)
But !oe an three#ol mi"er& 3i"it that %h&"ical man !ho ienti#ie" him"el# !ith the e3il
%a""ion" %lante !ithin him -& co"mic elu"ion) A man !ho act" accoring to the urge o#
elu"ion -ring" the o##ence" or e3il" #rom !ithin him an let" them #lo! into hi" action" an
%oi"on them)
IThat i" !h& &ou "houl i"connect the con"ciou"ne"", attention an energ& #rom
the han or #oot !hen it i" u"e, or a-out to -e u"e, a" the in"trument o# e3il) For %h&"ical
cutting o# the han or #oot or the -oil& organ" oe" not e"tro& the e3il in them) De"tro&ing
the tongue oe" not e"tro& it" gree) Gree mu"t -e e"tro&e #rom !ithin)
IB& !ill %o!er &ou "houl cut o## the current" an e3il con"ciou"ne"" #rom the han"
an #eet !hen the& are a-out to -ecome in"trument" o# e3il) A#ter "!itching o## the e3il
im%ul"e" !hich engage &our han" an #eet to o e3il, #ore3er ca"t them o## #rom &ou an
&our con"ciou"ne"")
Ph&"ical Cutting O##
O# Han" Not Meant
II am not telling &ou to cut o## &our han" or #eet i# the& ha3e -een the in"trument" o#
e3il, or to ca"t them o##, #or -& oing "o &ou e"tro& onl& the in"trument" o# e3il -ut not the
e3il tenencie" them"el3e", !hich are the real #orce" !hich urge &our innocent han" an
#eet to commit e3il) Cutting o## han" an #eet ma& i"a-le &ou #rom oing %h&"ical e3il -ut
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it !ill not %re3ent &ou #rom oing mental e3il !hich i" the real cau"e o# %h&"ical e3il an the
o!n#all o# the "oul)
IIt i" -etter #or &ou to enter into the con"ciou"ne"" o# i3ine %lea"ure an eternal li#e
-& halting or maiming or #ore3er e"tro&ing &our inclination" #or tem%oral "en"e6%lea"ure")
It i" -etter #or &ou to relin<ui"h tem%orar& %lea"ure" #or the eternal -li""6Go o# meitation
rather than allo!ing the "en"e organ" an ner3ou" "&"tem to -e continuou"l& u"e to -urn
!ith the in"atia-le #ire o# %h&"ical lu"t) I# &ou are ienti#ie !ith &our "en"e6%lea"ure", the&
!ill ine3ita-l& ma=e &ou a!are that "en"ualit& i" e3erla"tingl& in"atia-le an %roucti3e o#
#ire6li=e -urning mi"er&)
IPluc= out the im%ul"e in the o%tic ner3e" -& i"connecting it -& the %o!er o#
concentration !hen &ou are le to "ee e3il or to act accoring to e3il) A#ter oing that
#ore3er e"tro& the im%ul"e o# gree in &our e&e") It i" -etter #or &ou to enter into Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" -& o%ening the all6"eeing e&e o# !i"om an meitati3e intuition rather than
u"e &our t!o e&e" o# relati3it& an "en"e con"ciou"ne"" an thu" remain -oun in the
mi"er&6ma=ing hell6#ire o# in"atia-le "en"ation")H
“?Take heed that ye des&ise not one of these little ones; for = say unto you, that in
hea*en their angels do always behold the fa)e of #y :ather whi)h is in hea*en.?”
(!atthew 1F:1G
IBe care#ul that &ou o not hate the con"ciou"ne"" o# chilren, or their little "el3e")
The co"mic 3i-ration !hich I #eel !ithin me an the co"mic hea3enl& light !hich I -ehol
!ithin me re3eal that the angel" or a"tral -oie" o# chilren !ho %a""e on #rom the earth
!ithout a chance to ac<uire !i"om get a chance -et!een incarnation" to -ehol the
materiali?e #orm o# an& -eing or "aint in !ho"e #ace "hine" the con"ciou"ne"" o# Go the
Father) Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" a%%eare in m& -o& name 'e"u" "o that through m&
con"ciou"ne"" an teaching" the "oul" !ho ha3e lo"t them"el3e" in the Cungle" o# material
e"ire" an earthl& li3e" coul #in their !a& home -ac= to the Father)H
“?:20 5>50$215 ('/LL .5 (/LT54 9=T' :=05, /14 5>50$ (/,0=:=,5
('/LL .5 (/LT54 9=T' (/LT. (/LT =( 3224: .+T =: T'5 (/LT '/>5 L2(T '=(
(/LT15((, 9'5059=T' 9=LL $5 (5/(21 =TA '/>5 (/LT =1 $2+0(5L>5(, /14
'/>5 "5/,5 215 9=T' /12T'50.?”
(!ark 7:47-IG

IE3er& "oul -& meitation mu"t "alt him"el# or "aturate him"el# !ith the #ire or
reali?ation that he ma& -e acce%ta-le to Go in the a"tral !orl) E3er&one !ho "acri#ice"
material %lea"ure !ill #in hi" "oul "alte or "aturate !ith the #ire o# i3ine reali?ation) Salt
i" goo, D that i", !hen the #ire o# i3ine reali?ation or the i3ine ta"te "aturate" human
con"ciou"ne"" it i" "a3e #rom the eca& o# eath an -ecome" immortal) Thi" "alt o#
i3ine reali?ation i" goo #or the "oul an -e"to!" immortalit&) But i# -& concentrating on
material %lea"ure" an egoti"m to -e materiall& great, &ou lo"e the #la3or o# the i3ine "alt,
then ho! can &ou a!a=en &our i3ine memor& an "ea"on &our "oul !ith it e.ce%t -&
ac<uiring the #re"h "alt o# Sel#6reali?ation !ithin &our "oul" -& ail& meitation an -&
a-"or-ing the mutual i3ine Sel#6reali?ation o# %eace through attenti3e goo #ello!"hi%JH
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In the a-o3e, 'e"u" hint" a-out the eterioration o# the i3ine reali?ation o# "ome o#
hi" i"ci%le" -rought a-out -& their e"ire to -e materiall& great) Thi" #act !a" e3ience in
that the i"ci%le" coul not heal the "on o# the man !ho !a" %o""e""e o# an e3il "%irit
#rom chilhoo) 'e"u" hint" that the i"ci%le" !oul regain their ne! Sel#6reali?ation -&
cutting out all material %lea"ure" an -& meitation) An !ith the ne!6#oun "alt o# Sel#6
reali?ation the& coul "aturate their "oul" an ma=e them immortal in Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"")
The Go o# +o3e
Ne3er Create Eternal Puni"hment
It mu"t -e %lain that -& hell6#ire, 'e"u" i not mean that the great Go o# lo3e ha"
create lea%ing tongue" o# hell6#ire in "ome %oint o# "%ace to -urn the i"em-oie "oul" o#
"inner" !ith -a =arma) The Hea3enl& S%irit !ho i" the Father o# all human chilren coul
not %o""i-l& roa"t them ali3e #ore3er -ecau"e the& mae "ome tem%orar& mi"ta=e" uring
their "oCourn on earth) Soul" -& the mi"u"e o# their Go6gi3en ine%enence "u##er through
=arma or the re"ult" o# their o!n e3il action", an the& re!ar them"el3e" through their
o!n goo =arma or 3irtuou" ee")
Tho"e human" !ho act e3ill& create e3il tenencie" !hich remain conceale in the
-rain rea& to %our out #ier& "u##ering at a "uita-le time) The"e hien mi"er&6ma=ing #ier&
tenencie" or hell6#ire" are carrie into the a"tral !orl at eath -& a "oul !ith -a =arma)
The !or IhellH i" #rom the Anglo6Sa.on root helan, to conceal) The Gree= root i"
helos, "un or #ire) There#ore, the !or hell6#ire i" 3er& a%%ro%riate to e%ict the conceale
#ire o# agon& !hich "tore6u% tenencie" can %rouce in the earth& li#e or in the a"tral
!orl) A "oul !ith e3il con"cience "u##er" #rom hell6#ire or agon& in thi" li#e an !hen ea
"u##er" the e##ect" o# -a =arma li=e a #ier& nightmare in the a"tral !orl)
Bhene3er a man ha" e3il tenencie", he ha" !ille it, an "u##er" -oth in thi" li#e
an in the a"tral -o& a#ter eath) 'u"t a" a murerer -urn" !ith e3il con"cience uring
!a=e#ulne"" an !ith "u-con"ciou" terror uring "lee%, "o a "oul "u##er" #rom #ier& e3il" in
the !a=e#ul "tate o# human li#e an in the "lee% "tate o# eath) The hell6#ire o# hien e3il
tenencie" i" create -& the !rong" %er%etuate -& a man)
A -enign #ather coul ne3er eternall& -urn a "oul, mae in Hi" o!n image, #or it"
tem%orar& mi"ta=e" on earth) Go, a" a Cu"t 'uge, coul not infinitely %uni"h a chil "oul
#or a finite %erio o# "in) The iea o# eternal %uni"hment i" illogical) A "oul through eternit&
i" mae a#ter the image o# Go) E3en a million &ear" o# "in coul not change it" e""ential
eternal i3ine character) ManM" un#orgi3ing !rath again"t the e3il action" o# hi" -rethren ha"
create thi" mi"conce%tion o# hell6#ire)

M& E.%erience Bith
An Orthoo. Belie3er in Hell6Fire
Once I met an ol man near Seattle) I ha -een "itting near the "ea, much in"%ire
-& it" 3a"tne"" o# i3init&) A#ter that in"%iration #le, I #elt hungr&, an !ent to the
#armhou"e o# thi" man, "ee=ing "ome cherrie") He, !ith ro"& chee=", loo=e 3er& ha%%&,
an "ho!e me =in ho"%italit&) A i3ine im%ul"e came o3er me an I a"=e him, IDear
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man, &ou loo= 3er& ha%%&, -ut there i" a hien "u##ering in &our li#e)H He "ai, IAre &ou a
#ortune6tellerJH I "ai, INoE I tell %eo%le ho! to correct their li3e")H He "ai, IYou =no!, !e
are all "inner" an the +or i" going to -urn our "oul" in -rim"tone an hell6#ire)H I re%lie,
IHo! coul a man, lo"ing hi" -o& at eath an -ecoming an in3i"i-le "oul, -e -urne -&
the #ire create -& material -rim"tone"JH He !a" 3er& angr& an !ent on re%eating, IBe
certainl& !ill -urn in hell6#ire)H Then I "ai, IDi &ou get a raiogram a-out thi" #rom Go,
that He !oul -urn u" !ith hell6#ireJH At thi" the ol man -ecame more an more e.cite)
To molli#& him I change the "u-Cect an "ai, IBhat a-out &our unha%%ine"" an
&our !ic=e "onJH He !a" "ur%ri"e at m& !or" an ac=no!lege that he !a"
con"tantl& -urning !ith mi"er& a-out an incorrigi-le "on) He e.%laine that he !a" hel%le""
to correct hi" "on an hi" "orro!" remaine a" a -urning #ire in the -ac=groun o# hi" min)
Suenl& I "ai, II ha3e a reme& #or the a-"olute cure o# &our "on)H The ol manM" e&e"
gleame !ith Co& an he "mile)
Bith a !hi"%ering m&"teriou" attitue, a" i# a-out to re3eal "omething 3er& gran to
re#orm hi" "on, I a"=e him, IHa3e &ou got a 3er& -ig "to3e !ith a -roilerJH He "ai IBh&,
&e")H Then I "ai, IPlea"e heat it to re6hot tem%erature) Ha3e &ou t!o tru"te #rien" !ho
!oul not tell an&thing again"t &ouJH He again "ai, IBh& &e")H The I "ai, IAll the -etter
#or &ou) Ha3e &ou got "ome "trong ro%e"J Get &our #rien" an the ro%e" in &our cellar an
call &our "on there an -in him han an #oot an "li% him in the re6hot o3en)H
Human +o3e I" From Go
The ol man !a" #uriou" an "hoo= hi" #i"t at me an "houte, IYou -lunthea, !ho
e3er hear o# a #ather -urning a "on, no matter ho! !ic=eJH I "ai, IThat i" e.actl& !hat I
!ante to tell &ou) Plea"e #in out !ho i" a -lunthea, &ou or I) You !ho are human, !here
i &ou get thi" in"tinct o# lo3e, e.ce%t #rom the Di3ine FatherM" lo3eJ E3en a human #ather
cannot "tan the cruel thought o# roa"ting hi" "on ali3e to %ut him out o# hi" mi"er&) Then
ho! coul &ou thin= o# the e3er6lo3ing Di3ine Father, !ho ha" in#initel& greater lo3e than
&ou an !ho ma=e" %arent" lo3e their chilren -& the gi#t o# Hi" lo3e, a" one !ho -urn" Hi"
o!n create chilren !ith -rim"tone an hell6#ireJH The ol manM" e&e" !ere #ille !ith
tear" o# re%entance a" he "ai, II =no! no! that the Hea3enl& Father i" a Go o# lo3e) Be
%uni"h our"el3e" -& our o!n e3il action", an re!ar our"el3e" -& our o!n goo ee")H
Soul" in the a#ter6eath "tate ha3e no %h&"ical "en"ation" an there#ore cannot
"u##er #rom -urn" re"ulting #rom the contact o# #ire) A -oile"" man coul not -e -urne -&
%h&"ical #ire) But "oul" !ith -a =arma can "u##er mental agonie", !or"e than #ier& -urn")
“?=1 '5/>51 T'5=0 /135L( 42 /L9/$( .5'2L4 T'5 :/,5 2: !$ :/T'50
9'=,' =( =1 '5/>51.%”
FMatthe! /14/8G
The !or angel" re#er" to the a"tral -oie" or luminou" #orm" o# nineteen element"
in !hich i"em-oie "oul" !ith goo an -a =arma are enca"e) The IFather !hich i" in
hea3enH "igni#ie" that a %h&"ical man !ho i" ienti#ie !ith hi" -o& cannot -e con"ciou" o#
the %re"ence o# Go in matter, -ut a i3ine "oul -& meitation can a!a=en the
"u%ercon"ciou"ne"" -& !hich he can "ee that all the i##erent #orm" o# matter are nothing
-ut the ream 3i-ration" o# GoM" light an con"ciou"ne"")
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The IFather in Hea3enH "igni#ie" that unle"" a man "ee" the !hole !orl a" light an
not matter he cannot #eel the %re"ence o# Go hien -ehin a"tral light an the light o#
!i"om)
IFace o# M& FatherH
IFace o# m& FatherH oe" not "igni#& that Go carrie" a -o& !ith a #ace) The
omni%re"ent S%irit coul not -e limite -& a materiali?e human #orm, -ut Cu"t a" col can
#ree?e in3i"i-le h&rogen6o.&gen ga" into an ice-erg, "o -& the materiali?ing %o!er o#
GoM" !ill an the e3oteeM" e3otion, the Hea3enl& Father can materiali?e Him"el# into an&
#orm) The "oul" o# chilren, -ecau"e o# their %remature going to an a"tral "%here, "ee the
Hea3enl& Father materiali?e into an angelic #orm, -ut a#ter thi", the chilren, -le""e -&
GoM" %o!er, reincarnate on earth to !or= out their =arma" an ultimatel& return to Him)
The I#ace o# m& FatherH "igni#ie" that the omni%re"ent Go Con"ciou"ne"" can re#lect in
the #ace o# an& angel or "aint or in the #ace o# an& materiali?e #orm) But the omni%re"ent
con"ciou"ne"" o# Go in no circum"tance" coul ma=e it"el# "o limite that it enter" a
human #orm an remain" there) Thi" i" im%o""i-le, #or i# Go !ithre! Hi" omni%re"ence
#rom all "%ace an remaine con#ine !ithin one #orm, all the %lanetar& "&"tem" !oul #all
a%art)
Go !ho create the #ir"t man an !oman coul li=e!i"e materiali?e Him"el# into
an& #orm he !i"he", -ut Go ne3er remain" materiali?e in one #orm) Go can re#lect Hi"
omni%re"ence in one or more #orm" -ut He can ne3er limit Him"el# to one #orm)
Go i" o#ten e%icte a" an Ol Man !ith a hoar& -ear "itting on a golen throne in
a %oint o# "%ace calle hea3en) It i" mi"ta=enl& "u%%o"e that all goo "oul" !ho reach thi"
hea3enl& region "ee Go a" thi" -ene3olent eler)
A e3otee -& hi" e3otion can "ee Go in an& #orm he li=e", a" 'e"u", >ri"hna or
an& other "aint) To ma=e it clearer D Go ne3er create a "%ecial #orm #or Him"el# in !hich
He in3aria-l& a%%ear" to "oul" in the a"tral !orl or to "aint" in thi" !orl !hen the& can
%enetrate their con"ciou"ne"" into the a"tral !orl)
Sin Cannot Change a Soul
A "oul, -eing %otentiall& the image o# Go, can -e lo"t in the Cungle" o# e3il
en3ironment #or a!hile, -ut no amount o# "in can change it" eternal nature o# i3init&) Sin i"
a cru"t !hich hie" the %er#ect "oul mae in the image o# Go) Bhen the cru"t i" i""ol3e
-& meitation, the %er#ection o# the "oul i" re3eale)
“?:20 T'5 (21 2: !/1 =( ,2!5 T2 (/>5 T'/T 9'=,' 9/( L2(T:?
“?'ow think yeA =f a #an ha*e an hundred shee&, and one of the# be gone astray,
doth he not lea*e the ninety and nine, and goeth into the #ountains, and seeketh that
whi)h is gone astrayA /nd if so be that he find it, *erily = say unto you, he reJoi)eth #ore of
that shee&, than of the ninety and nine whi)h went not astray. 5>51 (2 =T =( 12T T'5
9=LL 2: $2+0 :/T'50 9'=,' =( =1 '5/>51, T'/T 215 2: T'5(5 L=TTL5 215(
('2+L4 "50=('.?”
FMatthe! /14//6/;G
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IGo ha" man& 3irtuou" "oul" on earth !ho remain !ithin the #ol o# Hi" attention
-ut !hen He "ee" that a "oul, -& the mi"u"e o# #ree !ill an -a com%an&, ha" lo"t it"el# in
the #ore"t o# egoti"m an e.treme -o& con"ciou"ne"" -& #orgetting to meitate, Go
-ecome" 3er& much concerne #or that "oul) Due to %re3iou" goo =arma o# the man, Go
"en" unto him "ome guru6%rece%tor or "ome #orm o# "%iritual ai to -ring him -ac= into Hi"
#ol o# i3ine 3irtuou" li#e)
IThere#ore, "oul" !ho are little, that i", !ho ha3e little !i"om, a" !ell a" "oul" o#
little chilren !ho i not get a chance to !or= out their =arma" on earth, !hen the& are
lo"t in the #ore"t o# material tenencie" an mountain" o# ego6con"ciou"ne"" in the a"tral
!orl, Go !ill" to hel% them out o# their =armic mi"erie") He ai" them to reincarnate in
%lace" !here the& can !or= out their =arma" -& Hi" i3inel& arrange hel% an li-erate
their "oul" -& meitation an !i"om) All "oul" o# the earth -elong to the #ol o# GoE the
In3i"i-le She%her loo=" a#ter them) Bhen a "oul goe" a"tra&, lo"t in the thic=et" o#
ignorance, Go oe" not li=e that "oul to %eri"h, an i" al!a&" !atch#ul that the "inner
"omeho! return" to Hi" #ol o# 3irtuou" li#e)H
“?!2052>50 =: T'$ .02T'50 ('/LL T05("/(( /3/=1(T T'55, 32 /14
T5LL '=! '=( :/+LT .5T9551 T'55 /14 '=! /L215: if he shall hear thee, thou hast
gained thy brother. .ut if he will not hear thee, then take with thee one or two #ore, that in
the #outh of two or three witnesses e*ery word #ay be established. /nd if he shall negle)t
to hear the#, tell it unto the )hur)h: but if he negle)t to hear the )hur)h, let hi# be unto
thee as an heathen #an and a &ubli)an.%”
(!atthew 1F:1I-1E
II# th& -rother in an& !a& act" !rongl& again"t &ou, ta=e him a"ie an tell him hi"
#ault" <uietl&) I# he li"ten" to &ou, then &ou ha3e regaine the goo !ill an lo3e o# &our
-rother) I# &ou tell the #ault" o# &our -rother in %u-lic, &ou !ill ma=e him angr& an !ill #or#eit
hi" tru"t in &ou, thu" turning him into a %ermanent enem&) I# &ou tell &our -rother hi" #ault"
in "ecret, he !ill =no! &ou are tr&ing to correct him !ith lo3e an not riicule)H
Ho! To Treat An Erring Brother
II# he !ill not li"ten to &ou alone, then ta=e !ith &ou one or t!o tru"te #rien" an
!ith goo intention" tr& to re#orm &our -rother) Thi" !ill e"ta-li"h in the min" o# t!o or
three !itne""e" &our hone"t intention to re#orm &our unrea"ona-le -rother) I# &our !ic=e
-rother oe" not li"ten to &ou, then %ra& #or him in the church an in the tem%le o# &our
i3ine con"ciou"ne"") Al"o -ring hi" action" to notice -e#ore the religiou" teacher" o# &our
church !ho ma& hel% to "ettle the i##erence" -et!een &ou an &our -rother) But i# &our
-rother neglect" the a3ice o# &our church teacher", then let him remain unto &ou a
i"-elie3er in truth or a heathen, an a" a "inner -e#ore the tri-unal o# hi" o!n con"cience
For %u-licanG)H
In the a-o3e, 'e"u" e"%eciall& em%ha"i?e that a -rother "houl u"e the in#luence o#
goo intention" o# him"el# an the goo intention" o# 3irtuou" %eo%le an religiou" teacher"
to a!a=en the "lee%ing con"cience o# an& error6"tric=en -rother, that he might re#orm) I# he
oe" not re#orm, at lea"t the erroneou" one !oul remain con3icte -& hi" o!n con"cience,
"timulate -& the lo3ing %leaing thought" o# the -rother, goo %eo%le an religiou"
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teacher") But !hen the !ic=e -rother re#u"e" to -e a!a=ene -& an& goo metho, it i"
-etter to let him alone !ith hi" con"cience)
“?>50=L$ = (/$ +1T2 $2+, 9'/T(25>50 $5 ('/LL .=14 21 5/0T' ('/LL
.5 .2+14 =1 '5/>51; /14 9'/T(25>50 $5 ('/LL L22(5 21 5/0T' ('/LL .5
L22(54 =1 '5/>51. /gain = say unto you, That if two of you shall agree on earth as
tou)hing anything that they shall ask, it shall be done for the# of #y :ather whi)h is in
hea*en. :20 9'505 T92 20 T'055 /05 3/T'5054 T235T'50 =1 !$ 1/!5,
T'505 /! = =1 T'5 !=4(T 2: T'5!.?”
(!atthew 1F:1F-8G
IB& the te"timon& o# co"mic 3i-ration an truth !ithin me, I eclare unto &ou that
!hate3er -a tenencie" &ou create on earth !ill limit &our earth li#e, an a#ter eath tho"e
tenencie" !ill al"o limit &our "oul in the a"tral !orl) Bhate3er goo tenencie" &ou !ill
loo"en !ithin &our "oul, the "ame 3i-ration o# &our goo tenencie" !ill al"o e.%an &our
"oul a#ter eath in the a"tral !orl) Thi" i" the la! o# =arma or cau"e an e##ect, !hich i"
true o# "oul" in earth an in the a"tral !orl)H
Carrie to the A"tral Borl
IE3il action" %er#orme in the earth !ill -e carrie !ithin &our "oul" into the a"tral
!orl an there-& &ou !ill reincarnate in e3il en3ironment") Goo action" one on earth !ill
ultimatel& gi3e &ou #reeom an &ou !ill -e !ith Go) Your earthl& goo <ualitie" in the
a"tral !orl a#ter eath !ill gi3e &ou the o%%ortunit& o# reincarnation in a goo earthl&
en3ironment)
IAgain I eclare unto &ou i# t!o o# &ou "hall agree or unite &our concentration uring
&our earth li#e an 3er& ee%l& %ra& #or the reali?ation o# an& !hole"ome e"ire, the
Hea3enl& Father !ill =no! o# it an -& Hi" Bill !ill grant &our !i"h on earth) But remem-er
&our unite concentration mu"t -e "trong an continuou" to reach the Father, -e#ore &ou
can e.%ect Him to grant &our goo !i"h) Bhere3er t!o or three e3otee" gather together
an -& meitation li"ten to the co"mic 3i-ration !ithin them, there in that 3i-ration the& "hall
#eel m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"")H
In the a-o3e, 'e"u" i" e.%laining the la! o# =arma !hich go3ern" human li#e on
earth an human "oul" in the a"tral !orl a#ter eath) Bhen 'e"u" "ai, II# t!o o# &ou "hall
agreeH he em%ha"i?e" that !hen the human !ill i" rein#orce -& another !ill it -ecome"
"tronger) Bhen the unite "trong !ill o# t!o or more %eo%le ee%l& meitate" on Go, their
!ill -ecome" change into the all6%o!er#ul, all6accom%li"hing Di3ine Bill)
I"olate" B& Egoti"m
E3er& "oul i" a chil o# Go an a re#lection o# GoM" !ill, -ut -& egoti"m man
i"olate" hi" !ill #rom the Di3ine Bill an thu" limit" it) But !hen -& ee% concentration an
union !ith other !ill" a e3otee tran"#orm" hi" !ill into GoM" !ill he remem-er" hi" ientit&
!ith Go an thu" reco3er" Hi" i3ine heritage, %o""e""ing all material or "%iritual %o!er
e3en a" Go %o""e""e" them) There#ore, e3er& e3otee mu"t not e.%ect the reali?ation o#
hi" !ill an %ra&er until he ha" "trengthene them -& i3ine com%an& an GoM" contact)
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Bhen 'e"u" "ai IBhere t!o or three are gathere together in m& name, there am
I,H he meant that !hen t!o or three %eo%le get together to concentrate u%on Go, the
"tronger i3ine concentration o# one %er"on "trengthen" the !ea=er concentration o#
another) But i# %eo%le gather together in the name o# Go an then chatter or thin= o#
"omething el"e !hile out!arl& %ra&ing, or go through a "erie" o# mechanical action"
!ithout communing !ith Go, the& !ill not -e a-le to #eel the con"ciou"ne"" o# Chri"t)
Bhat Chri"t meant i" that !hen t!o or more %eo%le unite the e%th" o# their meitation an
hear the Name or Co"mic *i-rator& Soun, Om, emanating #rom Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"",
the& can #eel the Chri"t Intelligence !ithin the Co"mic *i-ration)
St) 'ohn in hi" 0e*elation "ai that !hen he a%%roache S%irit he hear a great
3i-ration or co"mic "oun o# all atom" !hen the con"ciou"ne"" o# the +or or Chri"t
a!ne on him) That i" !h& St) 'ohn "ai, II !a" in the S%irit on the +orM" a& an hear
-ehin me a great 3oice a" o# a trum%et)H The Itrum%etH "igni#ie the co"mic 3i-ration !hich
the e3otee hear" in meitation) The I+orM" a&H "igni#ie the a& or time !hen the Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"", lor o# all 3i-rator& creation, a!n" u%on the con"ciou"ne"" o# the e3otee
in ee% meitation)
Po!er o# (nite Min"
*a"t congregation" !ith heterogeneou" min" ha3e change the tem%le o# Go into
a lecture hall) The huge congregation" !ith their re"tle"" thought" !ant to -e entertaine
-& the %o"turing" an intellectual e.%o"ition" o# an ari"tocratic mini"ter) It i" -etter that t!o
or three or a "mall num-er o# "oul" gather together, uniting their !ill in meitation in <uiet
%lace", an li"tening to the co"mic "oun 3i-rating -ehin the thro-" o# the heart, thu"
a!a=ening their intuition to %ercei3e the uni3er"al con"ciou"ne"" o# Chri"t, in"tea o# 3a"t
congregation" -eing hel together -& mu"ic an the %er"onalit& o# a mini"ter) A #e! %eo%le,
earne"t "ee=er", "houl gather together, ee%l& meitate an li"ten to the 3oice o# Go
!ithin, #eeling Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" an =ee%ing them"el3e" -oun together -& their o!n
Sel#6reali?ation)
In"tea o# -ig co"tl& churche" !ith an intellectuall&6traine mini"ter a3erti"ing #or
more religiou" cu"tomer", there "houl -e "tarte "mall non6"ectarian meitation center" in
<uiet %lace" !here a i3ine mini"ter !ill remain communing !ith Go, %ermitting a #e!
truth6"ee=er" to come an meitate !ith him an learn the !a& to commune !ith Go in
the com%an& o# a #e! ee%l& earne"t an ee%l& meitating "oul")
B& the %ure 3i-ration" o# a true mini"ter the "mall meitation center" !ill ra! the
#e! e3otee" !ho reall& "ee= Go) Such "oul" -& their o!n reali?ation !ill =ee% unite to a
li3ing mini"ter !ho commune" !ith Go) A true mini"ter mu"t hear the 3oice o# Go !ithin
an not run to a li-rar& e3er& !ee= to %re%are hi" unige"te Suna& "ermon") 'e"u"
%reache to the %eo%le, an !hen he !a" through, he retire to the mountain to%" to
commune !ith Go) A#ter oing that he came -ac= to gi3e hi" rein#orce Go
Con"ciou"ne"" to the true "ee=er") He tal=e in %ara-le" to the cro!", an "electe true
"ee=er" #rom among them !ho uner"too the hien meaning o# hi" %ara-le")
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CAN PRAYER BIN FORGI*ENESS FOR MAN
FROM S(FFERING THE +ABF(+ EFFECTS
OF HIS E*I+ DEEDSJ
“Then )a#e "eter to hi#, and said, ?L204, '29 2:T ('/LL !$ .02T'50 (=1
/3/=1(T !5, /14 = :203=>5 '=!A T=LL (5>51 T=!5(A? ;esus saith unto hi#, ?= (/$
12T +1T2 T'55, +1T=L (5>51 T=!5(: .+T, +1T=L (5>51T$ T=!5( (5>51?.
“?Therefore is the kingdo# of hea*en likened unto a )ertain king, whi)h would take
a))ount of his ser*ants. /nd when he had begun to re)kon, one was brought unto hi#,
whi)h owed hi# ten thousand talents. .ut foras#u)h as he had not to &ay, his lord
)o##anded hi# to be sold, and his wife, and )hildren, and all that he had, and &ay#ent to
be #ade. The ser*ant therefore fell down, and worshi&&ed hi#, saying, Lord, ha*e
&atien)e with #e, and = will &ay thee all. Then the lord of that ser*ant was #o*ed with
)o#&assion, and loosed hi#, and forga*e hi# the debt.?
“?.ut the sa#e ser*ant went out, and found one of his fellow ser*ants, whi)h owed
hi# an hundred &en)e: and he laid hands on hi#, and took hi# by the throat, saying, "ay
#e that thou owest. /nd his fellow ser*ant fell down at his feet, and besought hi#, saying,
'a*e &atien)e with #e, and = will &ay thee all. /nd he would not: but went and )ast hi#
into &rison, till he should &ay the debt.?
“?(o when his fellow ser*ants saw what was done, they were *ery sorry, and )a#e
and told unto their lord all that was done. Then his lord, after that he had )alled hi#, said
unto hi#, 2 thou wi)ked ser*ant, = forga*e thee all that debt, be)ause thou desiredst #e:
(houldest not thou also ha*e had )o#&assion on thy fellow ser*ant, e*en as = had &ity on
theeA /nd his lord was wroth, and deli*ered hi# to the tor#entors, till he should &ay all that
was due unto hi#.?
“?(o likewise shall #y hea*enly :ather do also unto you, if ye fro# your hearts
forgi*e not e*ery one his brother their tres&asses.?”
(!atthew 1F:81-3I
II "a& unto &ou, that &ou "houl #orgi3e &our -rotherM" "in again"t &ou not onl& "e3en
time" -ut "e3ent& time" "e3en) You "houl #orgi3e &our -rother not onl& -ecau"e he i" a
human -rother -ut -ecau"e he i" a i3ine -rother) You mu"t remem-er that the a"tral
=ingom !hich i" go3erne -& co"mic intelligence i"%en"e" e3er&thing an e3er&-o&
accoring to the la! o# cau"e an e##ect, or =arma) I# &ou ha3e man& time" #orgi3en &our
-rother !ho ha" man& time" o##ene &ou then &our =in heart "o#tene through
#orgi3ene"" !ill attract #orgi3ene"" to &ou on earth !hile &ou li3e an in the a"tral !orl
a#ter eath, #rom the co"mic la!) That i" !h& &ou "houl #orgi3e &our "in#ul -rother, that
&ou al"o might #in #orgi3ene"" #or &our "in" again"t other" an the co"mic la!)H
'e"u" em%ha"i?e" that e3en a" Go uncea"ingl& #orgi3e" the "in" o# Hi" o!n
chilren "o man "houl #ollo! the e.am%le o# hi" Hea3enl& Father) The a-o3e "tor& o# the
ma"ter an hi" "er3ant" illu"trate" the o%eration o# the la! o# =arma or cau"e an e##ect
!hich go3ern" all human li#e on earth an all "oul" in the a"tral !orl) 'e"u" %oint" out that
the e##ect" o# alrea& %er#orme e3il action" can -e moi#ie -& %ra&er an -& %er#orming
goo action", !hich are the antiote" o# e3il action") He al"o "a&" that a %er"on !ho -&
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%ra&er ha" #oun i3ine hel% an #orgi3ene"" #rom the nece""it& o# "u##ering all the re"ult"
o# hi" =arma, "houl al"o learn to #orgi3e the "in" o# hi" re%entant -rother" again"t him)
Pra&er Can Change >arma
'e"u" clearl& %oint" out that e3en though the la! o# =arma !hich go3ern" human
li3e" i" almo"t unchangea-le, "till it can -e moi#ie -& i3ine %ra&er) Human -eing",
accoring to earthl& la!, mu"t nece""aril& "u##er #or all their e3il action", -ut !hen the& tune
them"el3e" to Go -& ee% %ra&er an remem-er the %er#ect image !ithin them, then,
reali?ing their i3init&, the& nee not "u##er #or their %a"t human error") But i# the"e human
-eing", a#ter remem-ering the i3ine image !ithin them an thu" #ining #reeom #rom their
=arma, again -ecome human -& not #orgi3ing the "in" o# their -rother" again"t them, then
the& again "u-Cect them"el3e" to -e go3erne -& the e.acting la! o# =arma)
The onl& !a& that human -eing" can get a!a& #rom rea%ing the re"ult" o# their %a"t
action" i" to change their "tatu" #rom a human -eing to that o# a i3ine chil) A "oul
ienti#ie !ith the -o& ma& o certain e3il action" an accoring to the la! o# =arma !ill
ha3e to "u##er %uni"hment) But i# the "oul, -& meitation, oe" a!a& !ith it" ienti#ication o#
the -o& an -ehol" it"el# a" a %ure image o# S%irit, it i" no longer "u-Cect to %uni"hment
#or an& mi"ta=e" it %er#orme in it" human "tate)
E"ca%e Puni"hment
Once u%on a time a %o!er#ul em%eror o# a countr& got run=) Di"gui"e, he !ent
into a ta3ern -elonging to hi" e"tate an in a <uarrel there, -ro=e another manM" leg) The
inn=ee%er" too= him to a Cuge, a%%ointe to hi" %o"t -& the =ing) A" the Cuge !a" a-out
to "entence the =ing, he "uenl& thre! o## hi" i"gui"e an e.claime4 II am the =ing !ho
a%%ointe thee a" the Cuge an I ha3e the %o!er to thro! thee into %ri"on) Ho! are"t
thou con3ict meJH Similarl&, the "oul, !hich i" the %er#ect image o# S%irit, uring it"
ienti#ication !ith the -o& ma& commit an e3il an ma& -e aCuge guilt& accoring to the
Cuge or la! o# =arma, -ut !hen that "oul ienti#ie" it" con"ciou"ne"" !ith Go, the Creator
o# the Cuge or la! or =arma, that ro&al "oul cannot -e %uni"he -& that Cuging la!)
'e"u" "a&" that one can e"ca%e the la! o# =arma -& ienti#&ing him"el# !ith Go)
Once he i" a-le to o that he "houl get i3ine #orgi3ene"" -& #orgi3ing hi" -rother" !ho
"in again"t him) But i# that "oul, #ining i3ine #orgi3ene"" #rom hi" o!n =arma -&
meitation, again -ecome" human -& %racticing un#orgi3ene"" again"t hi" "inning -rother",
then he again ienti#ie" him"el# !ith human li#e an -ecome" go3erne -& the in"cruta-le
la!" o# limiting =arma) There#ore 'e"u" "a&" to e3er& "oul to remain i3ine -& -eing
continuou"l& #orgi3ing an lo3ing li=e Go)
Bhen 'e"u" "a&" that a man "houl #orgi3e hi" -rotherM" tre"%a""e", he mean" that
man "houl e.em%t hi" guilt& -rother #rom "u##ering the con"e<uence" o# hi" e3il action")
Accoring to the legal la!" o# a countr&, a Cuge ma& "entence a &oung criminal to three
&ear" in a re#ormator& "chool) But the Cuge u"uall& ha" the %ri3ilege to %aron the &oung
o##ener i# he re%ent" an %romi"e" goo -eha3ior) So, accoring to the la! o# =arma, a
%er"on !ho act" e3ill& mu"t rea% the con"e<uence" o# hi" action") But i# that e3il6oer -&
inten"e %ra&er an meitation a%%eal" to Go #or %aron, then Go, -eing the Ma=er o# the
+a! o# =arma, can grant him amne"t& #rom %uni"hment)
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In3ol3e Moral Pro-lem
The <ue"tion ari"e" D i# a man %er#orm" an e3il action again"t hi" -rother an i"
#orgi3en -& him, then i" the man #ree al"o #rom the o%eration o# the la! o# =armaJ The
an"!er i" 3er& com%licate) I# the guilt& man, -eing #orgi3en, re%ent" an oe" not re%eat
hi" e3il action", then he ma& e3entuall& -e #ree #rom acting erroneou"l& again through the
in#luence o# "u-con"ciou" trace" le#t -& the e3il acti3it&)
It i" e3ient that i# a man #in" #orgi3ene"" #or hi" e3il action" #rom hi" #ello! -eing,
he ma& not nece""aril& #in amne"t& #rom "u##ering #rom the la! o# =arma !hich go3ern" all
li3e") There#ore, the "ure !a& #or a %er"on to #in #reeom #rom the e##ect" o# hi" -a
action" i" to cauteri?e hi" -rain cell" an min -& !ill %o!er an i3ine energ& an thu"
era"e all trace" le#t -& e3il acti3itie")
Attention an +i#e Energ&
Are In"e%ara-le Force"
Meitation i" the "ure"t !a& o# -urning u% trace" o# all %a"t e3il action") In meitation
the min -ecome" interiori?e an contact" "u%ercon"ciou" %eace that "timulate" all
trace" o# goo action" "tore u% in the -rain an counteract" the trace" o# e3il action"
there)
+i=e!i"e, -rooing on e3il thought "timulate" the trace" o# e3il action" le#t in the
-rain) Attention an li#e energ& are in"e%ara-le #orce" !or=ing in the -rain an the ner3ou"
"&"tem uring all %h&"ical an mental acti3itie" o# man) Bhen the attention i" centrali?e
on a %articular "en"e6attachment, then energ& goe" out!ar an -ecome" ienti#ie !ith
that "%eci#ic "en"e6%lea"ure) But -& ee% concentration on a goo or e3il thought the
attention -ecome" interiori?e) Bhen a goo thought -ecome" interiori?e -& meitation, it
"timulate" all goo trace" le#t in the -rain.
Bhen the min -ecome" interiori?e, it !ithra!" li#e #orce #rom the ner3ou" "&"tem
an centrali?e" it in the -rain cell") The li#e #orce centrali?e in the -rain -& the goo
thought" o# ee% meitation ha" a %eace#ul character an thu" "timulate" the harmoniou"
trace" o# goo action" an -urn" u% the inharmoniou" trace" o# e3il action" let in the root"
o# the -rain) +i=e!i"e, the li#e #orce #ocu"e on the -rain -& ee% concentrate e3il thought
"timulate" the trace" o# e3il action" an e"tro&" the trace" le#t -& goo thought")
Three Metho" To O3ercome
E##ect" o# Pa"t E3il
There are three metho" o# o3ercoming the e##ect" o# %a"t e3il action"4
F/G Di3ine meitation i" the "ure"t !a& o# -urning u% the %renatal an %o"tnatal
trace" o# all e3il action" an o# "timulating the trace" o# goo action")
F:G There i" another 3er& great meta%h&"ical techni<ue -& !hich great ma"ter" an
&ogi" o a!a& !ith the accumulate trace" o# -a action" o# man&, man& li3e") Bhen a
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man -& ee% meitation an ec"ta"& ienti#ie" hi" con"ciou"ne"" !ith Go, he change" hi"
"tatu" #rom a human -eing !ith =arma to a %er#ect image o# Go or i3ine "oul) Then the
la! o# =arma !ith it in"cruta-le !a&" come" to -ring %uni"hment to the change ini3iual)
But that ini3iual "a&" to the intelligent la! o# =arma4 IYou cantM %uni"h me #or the #ault" o#
a human -eing !ho through elu"ion I reame I !a" -e#ore) No!, -& !i"om I ha3e
regaine con"ciou"ne"" o# m& true Sel#, an I am no! a %er#ect image o# Go alrea& #ree
#rom the chain" o# all =arma)H But the la! o# =arma in"i"t"4 IBhether &ou are a ma"ter no!
or !ere an orinar& human -eing -e#ore, &ou are the "ame "oul an there#ore mu"t %a& #or
&our -a =arma)H
Ma"ter" Can Create Boie"
B& Po!er o# *i"ion
Then the ma"ter, #ining him"el# con#ronte !ith thi" la!, e3i"e" an ingeniou"
metho to I%a& u%H an "ati"#& all =armic e-t again"t him"el#) The ma"ter or &ogi !ho ha"
"cienti#icall& unite hi" "oul !ith Go #in" out e.actl& all the e3il trace" o# hi" action" an
trie" to !or= them out in one or t!o or man& -oie" !hich he create" in a 3i"ion) For
e.am%le, i# the &ogi le a !orll& li#e #or #i3e incarnation", in hi" 3i"ion he create" #i3e
-oie" !hich unergo the e.%erience" an %la& out the %art" o# #i3e i##erent li3e" in a #e!
hour") Then the ma"ter "a&" to the la! o# =arma4 IThere in the 3i"ion -& the inten"it& o# m&
concentration an i3ine con"ciou"ne"", I ha3e e.%erience all re"ult" o# m& -a =arma in
the materiali?e 3i"ion o# #i3e li3e"E no! I am #ree)H
It mu"t -e remem-ere that thi" 3i"ion6metho o# !or=ing out =arma or trace" o#
%a"t action" can onl& -e %er#orme -& a3ance ma"ter" !ho are in tune !ith the Co"mic
Con"ciou"ne"" an thu" ha3e com%lete control o3er the all6creati3e Co"mic Energ& an
can materiali?e 3i"ion" or co%ie" o# actualitie" -& the %o!er o# !ill) Ignorant "oul" o not
learn the right le""on o# an e.%erience e3en -& re%eating the e.%erience "e3eral time"
uring man& &ear") But the !i"e man -& ee% concentration can learn the truth in an
e.%erience in a #e! minute")
F9G There i" a thir !a& -& !hich great ma"ter" can !or= out the trace" o# their
action" an the action" o# other") The cruci#i.ion o# 'e"u" in#orm" u" ho! he !or=e out
hi" o!n =arma an the =arma o# hi" i"ci%le") 'e"u" !a" not cruci#ie -& the !ill o# Go -ut
ue to "ome o# hi" o!n action" an the e3il action" o# the i"ci%le") 'e"u" =ne! that hi"
%reaching the truth an e#&ing the Phari"ee" !oul attract the =arma o# eath an he al"o
=ne! he ha to %a& #or #orgi3ing the e3il action" o# hi" i"ci%le" an other" -& "u##ering in
hi" o!n -o&) So 'e"u" con"ciou"l&, #or the "a=e o# highe"t gain o# Go6contact #or him"el#
an other" an #or !or=ing out =arma" o# him"el# an other", %ermitte hi" -o& to -e
cruci#ie)
Achie3e Immortalit&
'e"u" ga3e u% hi" -o& to achie3e immortalit& #or him"el# an other") He !a" !i"e in
oing "o, #or -& unergoing cruci#i.ion he not onl& regaine immortalit& #or him"el# an
other", -ut al"o re"urrecte hi" -o&) Ma"ter" li=e 'e"u" can o##er their -oie" to
e.%erience their o!n =arma" an the =arma" o# other" an thu" gain #reeom #or
them"el3e" an other" #rom the in"cruta-le la!" o# =arma) +i=e!i"e, great ma"ter" an
&ogi" a" tol a-o3e can o##er their a3ance con"ciou"ne"" to !or= out the =arma" or
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trace" o# action" o# them"el3e" or other" in a "hort time) A" "oon a" an ini3iual
e.%erience" the re"ult" o# hi" e3il action", !hether in a "el#6create ream or 3i"ion in a
#e! minute", or in the orinar& e3ent" o# li#e in a num-er o# &ear", the =armic la! ha" -een
"ati"#ie an the man i" #ree)
Bhether one goe" on hor"e-ac= in a #e! month" to Ne! Yor=, or in a #e! hour" -&
air%lane, on hi" arri3al he enCo&" the graneur o# that cit&) Similarl&, the time element oe"
not count in the attainment o# #reeom #rom the la!" o# =arma) Though Go i" the Creator
o# man an ha" oraine the la! o# cau"e an e##ect or =arma to go3ern hi" li#e, "till man i"
the Cuge o# hi" o!n action") Bhen he choo"e" to act e3ill&, it i" then accoring to hi" o!n
ecree an in3itation to the la! o# =arma that he create" hi" o!n "u##ering) +i=e!i"e, -&
goo action he com%el" the la! o# =arma to a!ar him)
The a-o3e e.%lanation %ro3e" ho! much i" in3ol3e in connection !ith #orgi3ing o#
"in" -& Go an -& the a3ance con"ciou"ne"" o# man)
It i" e"%eciall& intere"ting to =no! that man ha" a-"olute "uret& a-out hi" #inal
emanci%ation i# he trie" har) Man i" e""entiall& an eternall& mae in the image o# Go
an the "in" o# a million li3e" cannot era"e the %er#ection o# hi" "oul) There i" no rea"on
!h& he "houl continue a li#e o# ignorance an "u##ering) B& the metho" o# a3ance
meitation he can <uic=l& !or= out the error" o# hi" man& li3e" an -ecome #ree, regaining
the lo"t an #orgotten %er#ection o# hi" "oul)
Fatali"m I" Not Goo
The la! o# =arma "houl not ma=e %eo%le #atali"t", -ut "houl ena-le them to
"cienti#icall& iagno"e all the hien "ee" o# "el#6create mi"erie", that the& ma& -e
%ro%erl& e"tro&e in time) See" o# e3il action", !hen e"tro&e, cannot "uenl&
germinate to cau"e "u##ering through un%re%arene"")
*alue o# 'e"u"M Time
“/fter these things ;esus walked in 3alilee: for he would not walk in ;ewry, be)ause
the ;ews sought to kill hi#. 1ow the ;ew?s feast of taberna)les was at hand. 'is brethren
therefore said unto hi#, ?4e&art hen)e, and go into ;udaea, that thy dis)i&les also #ay see
the works that thou doest. :or there is no #an that doeth any thing in se)ret, and he
hi#self seeketh to be known o&enly. =f thou do these things, shew thyself to the world.? :or
neither did his brethren belie*e in hi#.
“Then ;esus said unto the#, ?!y ti#e is not yet )o#e: but your ti#e is alway ready.
The world )annot hate you; but #e it hateth, be)ause = testify of it, that the works thereof
are e*il. 3o ye u& unto this feast: = go not u& yet unto this feast: for #y ti#e is not yet full
)o#e.? 9hen he had said these words unto the#, he abode still in 3alilee.
IBut !hen hi" -rethren !ere gone u%, then !ent he al"o u% unto the #ea"t, not
o%enl&, -ut a" it !ere in "ecret) Then the 'e!" "ought him at the #ea"t, an "ai, MBhere i"
heJM An there !a" much murmuring among the %eo%le concerning him4 #or "ome "ai, MHe
i" a goo man4M other" "ai, MNa&E -ut he ecei3eth the %eo%le)M Ho!-eit no man "%a=e
o%enl& o# him #or #ear o# the 'e!")H
(;ohn E:1-13
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Some o# the man& curio"it&6"ee=er" !ho #ollo!e 'e"u" -ut i not -elie3e in hi"
i3ine mi""ion "ought to %er"uae him to go o%enl& to the 'e!i"h Fea"t o# Ta-ernacle")
The& claime that he "houl o hi" !or=, not "ecretl& among a #e!, -ut o%enl& -e#ore the
!orl) 'e"u" re%lie4
IM& li#e i" guie -& Go) The time #or Hi" commanment to me to go to the #ea"t
ha" not arri3e &et, -ut &ou all, -eing guie -& !orll& e"ire", can o an&thing &ou
%lea"e at an& time) M& time i" %reciou" an i3inel& %lanne, -ut &our time i" unim%ortant
to &ou an i" al!a&" rea& to -e "%ent accoring to &our material e"ire") You are not
intere"te in ta=ing the re"%on"i-ilit& o# %ointing out the e#ect" o# the !orl, "o it !ill not
hurt &ou or -other &ou) Becau"e I lo3e the !orl an !ant it to -e "a3e, I min not !hat
%enaltie" I "hall %a& #or lo3ingl& -ut aringl& %ointing out it" #ault")H
In the a-o3e !or", 'e"u" %oint" out that all minute action" o# hi" li#e !ere go3erne
-& the !ill o# Go) 'e"u" i not mechanicall& o-e& Go, -ut ha #oun the -e"t thing to o
!a" to let hi" !ill -e guie -& the !i"om6guie !ill o# the Father) 'e"u" %ointe out that
all %eo%le !ho lea ruerle"" e.i"tence" o not %lan their li#e accoring to i3ine !i"om)
'e"u" not onl& guie hi" !ill accoring to the !ill o# Go, -ut al"o %er#orme all
action" accoring to the orination o# the la! o# cau"e an e##ect, the co"mic la! !hich
go3erne hi" li#e an the !orl in general) 'e"u" -& hi" i3ine !i"om =ne! the -e"t time
to atten the #ea"t) Orinar& %eo%le !ho are ienti#ie !ith the -o& o not =no! that their
li3e" are go3erne -& the la! o# cau"e an e##ect, an nee i3ine %lanning)
Be&on A"trolog&
Some %eo%le "tu& a"trolog& to a"certain the in#luence o# their =arma through the
meium o# %lanet", thu" tr&ing to counteract e3il in#luence" -& a"trological #ore=no!lege)
But ma"ter" go -e&on a"trolog&) The& go3ern their li3e" an all their action" -& i3ine
!i"om) 'e"u" mee=l& -ut !i"el& an"!ere hi" i"-elie3ing -rother" that !hate3er he i,
e3en though not orinaril& uner"too, !a" %er#orme accoring to i3ine guiance)

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7
INE*ER MAN SPA>E +I>E THIS MANH D
'ES(S CONFO(NDS HIS CRITICS
THE ETERNA+ NOB
“1ow about the #idst of the feast ;esus went u& into the te#&le and taught. /nd the
;ews #ar*elled, saying, ?'ow knoweth this #an letters, ha*ing ne*er learnedA ;esus
answered the#, and said, ?!$ 42,T0=15 =( 12T !=15, .+T '=( T'/T (51T !5. =:
/1$ !/1 9=LL 42 '=( 9=LL, '5 ('/LL @129 2: T'5 42,T0=15, 9'5T'50 =T .5
2: 324, 20 9'5T'50 = ("5/@ 2: !$(5L:. '5 T'/T ("5/@5T' 2: '=!(5L:
(55@5T' '=( 291 3L20$: .+T '5 T'/T (55@5T' '=( 3L20$ T'/T (51T '=!,
T'5 (/!5 =( T0+5, /14 12 +10=3'T52+(15(( =( =1 '=!.?
“?4id not !oses gi*e you the law, and yet none of you kee&eth the lawA 9hy go ye
about to kill #eA?
“The &eo&le answered and said, ?Thou hast a de*il; who goeth about to kill theeA?”
(;ohn E:14-8G
'e"u" Chri"t i not !i"h to %u-licl& emon"trate hi" miracle" li=e a "ale"man
a3erti"ing hi" material goo, -ut acte accoring to i3ine ignit& an i3ine
commanment)
II i not %re%are an&thing a" a concoction o# m& o!n intelligence an imagination)
M& teaching" are not mine Cu"t -ecau"e I utter them through m& mouth)
IM& !or", m& min, m& intelligence, m& intuition, m& con"ciou"ne"" in all creation
are all in"%ire -& the con"ciou"ne"" o# the Father through !ho"e !ill I am here on earth in
orer to eclare Hi" me""age) An& %er"on !ho i" in tune !ith GoM" !ill, !ill =no! I am
tune !ith Hi" !ill an that I %reach the truth a" e"ire -& Him, an that I o not "%ea=
through m&"el# or m& ego6con"ciou"ne"")H
Egoti"t" Are Far From Go
IHe !ho "%ea=" actuate -& hi" ego6con"ciou"ne"" al!a&" "ee=" #ame an glor&
#or hi" little ego) But he !ho #eel" the %re"ence o# Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" -ehin hi" o!n
con"ciou"ne"" "ee=" onl& to glori#& an eclare Go a" hi" Creator) He i" a real %ro%het
!ho eclare" Go an thu" i" lo&al to Him) He !ho i" true to Go an #eel" Him con"tantl&,
continuou"l& emon"trating Hi" con"ciou"ne"" through hi" li#e, cannot o an&thing !rong)
DinMt Mo"e" gi3e &ou the la! not to =illJ Yet none o# &ou o-e& the la! o# i3ine
commanment" a" i" emon"trate -& &our e"ire to =ill me) I =no! thi" e"ire i" in &our
min, though &ou en& it)H
'e"u" i not learn #rom an& orinar& "chool o# li#e) Hi" training an !i"om came
#rom Go Con"ciou"ne"" !hich he ac<uire in %re3iou" li3e") 'e"u" em%ha"i?e the #act
that hi" entire li#e !a" guie -& Go an that he !a" tr&ing to eclare Him an not
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him"el#) He %ointe out -ecau"e he !a" tr&ing to o the !ill o# Go he coul not ha3e an&
unrighteou" thought" !ithin him, -ut that the 'e!i"h %eo%le !ho !ere egoti"t i not o-e&
the i3ine la! a" gi3en -& Mo"e" an it !a" the& !ho !ere har-oring unrighteou"
thought")
“;esus answered and said unto the#, “= ha*e done one work, and ye all #ar*el.
!oses therefore ga*e unto you )ir)u#)ision: (not be)ause it is of !oses, but of the
fathers; and ye on the sabbath day )ir)u#)ise a #an. =f a #an on the sabbath day re)ei*e
)ir)u#)ision, that the law of !oses should not be broken, are ye angry at #e, be)ause =
ha*e #ade a #an e*ery whit whole on the sabbath dayA ;+435 12T /,,204=13 T2
T'5 /""5/0/1,5, .+T ;+435 0=3'T52+( ;+43!51T.?”
(;ohn E:81-84
'e"u", re#erring here to hi" ha3ing Ione one !or=H, meant the healing o# the
im%otent man at the %ool o# Bethe"a, on the Sa--ath, !hich ha %ro3o=e the murerou"
!rath o# the Phari"ee" again"t him) F'ohn 74/6/1G
Healing on the Sa--ath
Though the Mo"aic la! #or-ae "er3ile !or= on the Sa--ath, circumci"ion !a"
%ermitte on that a&) 'e"u" %oint" out the incon"i"tenc& o# hi" critic" in allo!ing the le""er
%uri#ication "&m-oli?e -& the rite o# circumci"ion, !hile o%%o"ing the total %h&"ical an
"%iritual reCu3enation accom%li"he on the Sa--ath -& the +or #or the man !ho ha Iha
an in#irmit& thirt& an eight &ear")H
I'uge not action" o# other" #rom a ha"t&, "u%er#icial "tan%oint, -ut Cuge accoring
to the inner moti3e -ehin them)H
DThen said so#e of the# of ;erusale#, ?=s not this he, who# they seek to killA .ut,
lo, he s&eaketh boldly, and they say nothing unto hi#. 4o the rulers know indeed that this
is the *ery ,hristA 'owbeit we know this #an when)e he is: but when ,hrist )o#eth, no
#an knoweth when)e he is.?
“Then )ried ;esus in the te#&le as he taught, saying, ?$e both know #e, and ye
know when)e = a#: and = a# not )o#e of #yself, but he that sent #e is true, who# ye
know not. .ut = know hi#; for = a# fro# hi#, and he hath sent #e.?”
(;ohn E:8I-87
The %eo%le, =no!ing that the Phari"ee" "ought 'e"u"M li#e, !onere !h& he !a"
o%enl& teaching at the Fea"t o# Ta-ernacle") Ha the ruler" -ecome con3ince that 'e"u"
!a" the Me""iahJ Man& !onere, -ut other", re#erring to "ome traitional -elie# that the
#amil& origin o# the Me""iah !oul -e m&"teriou" FIno man =no!eth !hence he i"HG, re#u"e
to -elie3e in 'e"u" a" Chri"t, "ince the& !ere ac<uainte !ith hi" #amil& at Na?areth)
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'e"u" "ai4 IYou all =no! me a" the "on o# 'o"e%h an &ou =no! the %lace o# m&
earthl& home, -ut &ou onMt =no! that I i not come on earth -ecau"e o# m& o!n !ill, or
e.clu"i3el& ue to the com%elling in#luence o# m& %a"t =arma) M& e"ire to come on earth
!a" to act a" a me""age6-earer o# m& Father)
IM& Father trul& e.i"t" in all "%ace e3en though &ou onMt #eel Him in &our li#e or
uner"taning) But m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" i" a re#lection o# the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne""
o# m& Father, there#ore I =no! Him) M& uni3er"al con"ciou"ne"" al"o came #rom Him)H
Di3ine Me""age6Bearer
In the a-o3e !or" 'e"u" !a" em%ha"i?ing Hi" i3ine origin an the #act that He
came a" a me""age6-earer o# the +or) Becau"e 'e"u" "ai that he came #rom the Father
an !a" "ent -& Him oe" not mean that 'e"u" through man& li3e" ha not mae
con"ciou" e##ort to =no! Go) A#ter attaining a high "tate o# con"ciou"ne"", 'e"u" !a"
cho"en a" a me""age6-earer o# the In#inite)
Bith the a3ance "tate o# hi" con"ciou"ne"" 'e"u" =ne! that he an all -eing"
originall& !ere "ent to the earth through the !ill o# Go) Tho"e -eing" !ho o not reali?e
thi" truth mi"u"e their Go6gi3en #ree !ill -& ienti#&ing them"el3e" !ith mortal e"ire",
reincarnating again an again in thi" mi"er&6ma=ing !orl) All "oul" !ho come on earth
accoring to the !ill o# Go an li3e a li#e guie -& i3ine !ill an !i"om go -ac= to Go
a#ter #ul#illing their i3ine %ur%o"e" on earth)
Bhen 'e"u" "ai, II am not come o# m&"el#,H he meant that he ha not come
com%elle -& hi" reincarnation6ma=ing earthl& e"ire") 'e"u", -eing 3er& "%irituall&
a3ance, i not come Cu"t to !or= out "ee" o# action" that might ha3e -een le#t #rom
"ome %a"t li3e"E he came i"tinctl& to #ul#ill the mi""ion o# Go)
A3ance ma"ter" can !or= out their "ee" o# %a"t action" -& 3i"ion" in the earth or
in the a"tral !orl) 'e"u" coul ha3e !or=e out all hi" "ee" o# action" in the a"tral !orl
an i not nee to return to thi" earth at all) 'e"u" !a" 3er& highl& a3ance in "%iritE he
ha 3er& little =arma to !or= out, "o that it !a" not at all nece""ar& #or him to -e -orn on
earth) There#ore 'e"u" "ai4 II come on earth -eing cho"en -& the S%irit, an not -ecau"e
o# the =arma o# m& "el# or m& ego)H
“Then they sought to take hi#: but no #an laid hands on hi#, be)ause his hour was
not yet )o#e. /nd #any of the &eo&le belie*ed on hi#, and said, ?9hen ,hrist )o#eth, will
he do #ore #ira)les than these whi)h this #an hath doneA? The "harisees heard that the
&eo&le #ur#ured su)h things )on)erning hi#; and the "harisees and the )hief &riests sent
offi)ers to take hi#.
“Then said ;esus unto the#, ?$5T / L=TTL5 9'=L5 /! = 9=T' $2+, /14 T'51 =
32 +1T2 '=! T'/T (51T !5. $5 ('/LL (55@ !5, /14 ('/LL 12T :=14 !5; /14
9'505 = /!, T'=T'50 $5 ,/112T ,2!5?.
“Then said the ;ews a#ong the#sel*es, ?9hither will he go, that we shall not find
hi#A 9ill he go unto the dis&ersed a#ong the 3entiles, and tea)h the 3entilesA 9hat
#anner of saying is this that he said, ?$e shall seek #e, and shall not find #e: and where =
a#, thither ye )annot )o#eA?”
(;ohn E:3G-3C
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IIt i" no! onl& a little !hile that m& -o& !ill -e on earth !ith all o# &ou) Then m& "oul
an the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in it !ill mingle in the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" #rom !hich it
came) Then "ome o# &ou !ill reali?e the im%ortance o# m& li#e an !ill "ee= me -ut it !ill -e
too late) I !ill -e gone -& that time to the a-oe o# m& Father in Co"mic Con"ciou"ne""
!here &our con"ciou"ne"" cannot reach) E3en in the %re"ent moment, I #eel m& Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" a" the Eternal No! that &our con"ciou"ne"" cannot com%rehen) Bhen m&
-o& !ill -e gone through cruci#i.ion, m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ill remain the "ame,
=no!ing the Eternal No!) All thi" i" -e&on the gra"% o# &our material con"ciou"ne"")H
(ni<ue O%%ortunit&
In the a-o3e 'e"u" %oint" out the uni<ue o%%ortunit& the %eo%le there ha in him a"
the em-oiment o# Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"") Orinar& %eo%le are ignorant o# Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"") But e3en ignorant %eo%le in the time o# 'e"u" ha the o%%ortunit& to
-ehol !ith their e&e" Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" mani#e"te in the -o& o# 'e"u") But ue to
their %er3er"it& the& i not utili?e thi" gran o%%ortunit& to #ollo! 'e"u" an -ecome
reeeme)
He "ai that man& !oul a!a=en a#ter he !a" gone an the& !oul "ee= him an
not #in him) 'e"u" "%eciall& "%ea=" o# the "tate o# the uni3er"al con"ciou"ne"" %re"ent in
him) He e"cri-e" hi" "tate a" the con"ciou"ne"" o# the Eternal No!) In S%irit there i" no
%a"t nor #uture -ut onl& the con"ciou"ne"" o# the %re"ent) 'e"u" e.%re""e that
con"ciou"ne"" -& "a&ing IBHERE I AM)H
The Eternal No!
'e"u" =ne! !hether he !a" in the -o& or in the S%irit a#ter cruci#i.ion he !oul
al!a&" #eel the Eternal No!) Thi" con"ciou"ne"" o# the Eternal Pre"ence can -e reache,
not -& orinar& mortal", -ut -& great e3otee") Bhen the a3ance e3otee #eel" Go a"
eternal, the con"ciou"ne"" o# %a"t an #uture 3ani"he" #rom !ithin him) He al!a&" #eel" he
is #ore3er an not that he was nor will be e.i"ting #ore3er) That i" !h& 'e"u" "ai, IBhere
m& con"ciou"ne"" i", e.%eriencing the Eternal No!, that "tate &our con"ciou"ne"" ha" not
reali?e)H
The 'e!", not uner"taning the inner meaning o# the a-o3e "a&ing" o# 'e"u",
-egan to mi"inter%ret them in man& !a&") The& thought, IBhere !ill he go that !e ma& not
-e a-le to #in himJH
“=n the last day, that great day of the feast, ;esus stood and )ried, saying, ?=: /1$
!/1 T'=0(T, L5T '=! ,2!5 +1T2 !5, /14 40=1@. '5 T'/T .5L=5>5T' 21 !5,
/( T'5 (,0="T+05 '/T' (/=4, 2+T 2: '=( .5LL$ ('/LL :L29 0=>50( 2:
L=>=13 9/T50.? (.ut this s&ake he of the s&irit, whi)h they that belie*e on hi# should
re)ei*e: for the 'oly 3host was not yet gi*en; be)ause that ;esus was not yet glorified.”
(;ohn E:3E-37
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II# an& man i" maene !ith e"ire" an ha" not #oun %eaceE i# an& man i" thir"t&
#or the =ingom o# Go Con"ciou"ne"" an e3erla"ting -li"", let him tune hi"
con"ciou"ne"" !ith the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin meE let him rin= the immortal !ater"
o# -li"" #lo!ing #rom there) The Scri%ture" ha3e %ro%he"ie F#or e.am%le, I"aiah 714//G that
an& %er"on !ho !ill tune hi" con"ciou"ne"" !ith the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" -& attenti3e
concentration an e3otion !ill #in that out o# hi" -ell& or "olar %le.u" in the lum-ar
region", man& ri3er" o# light or li#e #orce" rela.e #rom the "en"e region" -& meitation !ill
#lo! an #loat hi" con"ciou"ne"" to!ar" the S%irit in the -rain)H
Chri"t Gi3e" Dee% Yoga In"truction"
In the a-o3e !or" 'e"u" e"cri-e" ho! e3otee" li=e the great Hinu &ogi" coul
"ati"#& the thir"t o# mortal e"ire" -& controlling them, -& renunciation an -& uniting them
in meitation !ith e3erla"ting, e3er6ne! -li"" o# Go) To the orinar& %er"on the "a&ing o#
'e"u", IHe that -elie3eth on me, a" the "cri%ture hath "ai, out o# hi" -ell& "hall #lo! ri3er"
o# li3ing !ater,H ma& -e meaningle"", -ut the"e !or" are 3er& ear to the &ogi !ho
"cienti#icall& trie" to unite hi" con"ciou"ne"" !ith the inner con"ciou"ne"")
An& e3otee !ho =no!" the techni<ue o# &oga concentration =no!" that !hen
concentration -ecome" interiori?e he #in" hi" li#e #orce an attention !ithra!n #rom the
motor ner3e" an heart an accumulate in the cocc&geal region) Then uring ee%
meitation the accumulate li#e #orce an con"ciou"ne"" in the cocc&geal region -egin to
tra3el through the "acral, lum-ar, or"al, cer3ical an meullar& %le.u"e" to the S%irit in the
-rain)
IRi3er" o# +ightH
The &ogi e3otee in ee% meitation #in" hi" con"ciou"ne"" an li#e #orce in the
#orm o# luminou" ri3er" o# light #lo!ing #rom cocc&geal, "acral an lum-ar region" to the
ocean o# light o# S%irit in the -rain) The"e ri3er" o# light are nothing -ut li#e #orce" an
con"ciou"ne"" !ithra!n #rom the "en"e region" -& meitation an re3er"e through the
%le.u"e" to the S%irit)
An&one !ho cannot uner"tan thi" technical meta%h&"ical e.%erience "houl
re#lect that con"ciou"ne"" #lo!ing through the #i3e ri3er" o# "ight, hearing, "mell, ta"te an
touch ma=e" man con"ciou" o# matter) But -& meitation !hen con"ciou"ne"" an li#e
#orce are reall& !ithra!n #rom the #i3e "en"e" the& loo= li=e "e3eral ri3er" o# light or li#e
#orce F!ith con"ciou"ne"" an man& other #orce" in the "%ineG #lo!ing u%!ar to!ar the
ocean o# light o# S%irit in the -rain)
In the a-o3e !or" 'e"u" "igni#ie that not onl& tho"e !ho -elie3e intellectuall& in
him -ut !ho !ere in tune !ith hi" Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" an the Hol& Gho"t or Creati3e
*i-ration" !oul uner"tan the meaning o# hi" ee% "a&ing" a-out Iri3er o# li3ing !aterH
#lo!ing #rom the in!ar %art" o# the e3otee)
“!any of the &eo&le therefore, when they heard this saying, said, ?2f a truth this is
the "ro&het.? 2thers said, ?This is the ,hrist.? .ut so#e said, ?(hall ,hrist )o#e out of
3alileeA 'ath not the s)ri&ture said, That ,hrist )o#eth of the seed of 4a*id, and out of
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the town of .ethlehe#, where 4a*id wasA? (o there was a di*ision a#ong the &eo&le
be)ause of hi#.
“/nd so#e of the# would ha*e taken hi#; but no #an laid hands on hi#. Then
)a#e the offi)ers to the )hief &riests and "harisees; and they said unto the#, ?9hy ha*e
ye not brought hi#A?
The offi)ers answered, ?1e*er #an s&ake like this #an.? Then answered the# the
"harisees, ?/re ye also de)ei*edA 'a*e any of the rulers or of the "harisees belie*ed on
hi#A .ut this &eo&le who knoweth not the law are )ursed.?
“1i)ode#us saith unto the#, (he that )a#e to ;esus by night, being one of the#,
?4oth our law Judge any #an, before it hear hi#, and know what he doethA? They answered
and said unto hi#, ?/rt thou also of 3alileeA (ear)h, and look: for out of 3alilee ariseth no
&ro&het.? /nd e*ery #an went unto his own house.”
(;ohn E:4G-I3
That Chri"t !oul come #rom the hou"e o# Da3i !a" %reicte in the 'e!i"h
Scri%ture" F: Samuel 54/:G, an out o# the to!n o# Bethlehem FMicah 74:G) Thu" 'e"u",
-orn to the hou"e o# Da3i at Bethlehem, #ul#ille the Me""iah e.%ectation" o# the 'e!",
though hi" accu"er" i not "to% to in3e"tigate the matter an con"iere him a" onl& #rom
Galilee)
Nicoemu" the Phari"ee 3enture" a mil e#en"e o# the +or, !hom he !or"hi%%e
in "ecret F'ohn 94:G -ut cannot in#luence tho"e !ho !ere etermine to =ill 'e"u")
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2
IGO AND SIN NO MOREH D
BHY CHRIST FORGA*E THE BOMAN
TA>EN IN AD(+TERY
“;esus went unto the #ount of 2li*es. /nd early in the #orning he )a#e again into
the te#&le, and all the &eo&le )a#e unto hi#; and he sat down, and taught the#.
“/nd the s)ribes and "harisees brought unto hi# a wo#an taken in adultery; and
when they had set her in the #idst, They say unto hi#, ?!aster, this wo#an was taken in
adultery, in the *ery a)t. 1ow !oses in the law )o##anded us, that su)h should be
stoned: but what sayest thouA? This they said, te#&ting hi#, that they #ight ha*e to a))use
hi#. .ut ;esus stoo&ed down, and with his finger wrote on the ground, as though he heard
the# not.
“(o when they )ontinued asking hi#, he lifted u& hi#self, and said unto the#, ?'e
that is without sin a#ong you, let hi# first )ast a stone at her.? /nd again he stoo&ed down,
and wrote on the ground. /nd they whi)h heard it, being )on*i)ted by their own
)ons)ien)e, went out one by one, beginning at the eldest, e*en unto the last: and ;esus
was left alone, and the wo#an standing in the #idst.
“9hen ;esus had lifted u& hi#self, and saw none but the wo#an, he said unto her,
?92!/1, 9'505 /05 T'2(5 T'=15 /,,+(50(A '/T' 12 !/1 ,2145!154
T'55A? (he said, ?12 !/1, L204.? /nd ;esus said unto her, ?15=T'50 42 = ,2145!1
T'55: 32, /14 (=1 12 !205.?”
(;ohn F:1-11
In the"e !or" 'e"u" i"%la&" highe"t !i"om, com%a""ion an "%iritual "=ill in
hanling a mo"t i##icult "ituation) He thre! a -om-"hell ami"t the "anctimoniou"
h&%ocrite" !ho hi their o!n "in" an came to conemn the guilt& !oman an al"o
im%licate 'e"u" in la!-rea=ing i# he are to "ho! com%a""ion to her an thu" ignore the
la! o# Mo"e") 'e"u" im%lie, IYou all, -eing "inner", ought to ca"t "tone" an a"%er"ion"
#ir"t at &our"el3e")H
Practical A%%lication"
Thi" "a&ing o# 'e"u" i" a%%lica-le to 3ariou" e%artment" o# li#e, an can -e u"e in
the #ollo!ing !a&"4 F/G Onl& the "%iritual man !ho i" #ree #rom "in i" Cu"ti#ie in ca"ting the
"tone o# critici"m at the materiall&6mine man in orer to a!a=en him) F:G An& %er"on
!ithout "in ma& ca"t a "tone o# !arning at a "in#ul ini3iual) F9G Do not critici?e an&one #or
an& #ault i# &ou &our"el# are not #ree #rom it) One !ho i" not #ree #rom ignorance ha" no right
to critici?e another a-out hi" "%iritual ignorance) I# one i" not #ree #rom an& "%eci#ic "en"e
attachment he ought not to critici?e other" !ho ha%%en to %o""e"" that !ea=ne"") He !ho
oe" not ma=e "ocial mi"ta=e" him"el# i" Cu"ti#ie to %a"" remar=" a-out other"M error" in
regar to "ocial conuct) He !ho i" !ithout -u"ine"" mi"ta=e" alone can right#ull& critici?e
-u"ine"" error" in other")
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'e"u" "ai, II, !ith m& i3ine uner"taning an i3ine !i"om, al"o o not
conemn &ou -e#ore Go e3en though &ou ha3e ignorantl& "inne) Hence#orth, #ollo! the
%ath o# li#e in righteou"ne"") The Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me ha" "a3e &ou #rom rea%ing
the con"e<uence" o# &our aulterou" action") That i" !h& no man nor m&"el# conemn"
&ou an& more #or &our %a"t "in#ul action") Do not ienti#& &our min !ith tem%orar&
%lea"ure6%roucing -ut "oul6Co&6e3a"tating, in"atia-le ha-it") For i# &ou re%eat &our "in#ul
or true Co&6=illing action" the& !ill gro! into a #a"t ha-it an &ou !ill -e com%elle to act
"in#ull& again"t &our !ill) The more &ou -ecome a "en"e6"la3e, the more &ou !ill "u##er
#rom "ocial, mental, moral, "%iritual an %h&"ical conemnation) Being caught in the toil" o#
an e3il ha-it, it !ill -e 3er& i##icult #or &ou to -e #orgi3en or #ree through &our o!n hel% or
the hel% o# other")H
“Then ;esus s&ake again unto the#, saying, ?= /! T'5 L=3'T 2: T'5 920L4:
'5 T'/T :2LL295T' !5 ('/LL 12T 9/L@ =1 4/0@15((, .+T ('/LL '/>5 T'5
L=3'T 2: L=:5.?”
(;ohn F:18
IThe Chri"t Intelligence !hich I -ehol !ithin me emanate" the light or Co"mic
Energ& out o# !hich the !orl o# matter or the %h&"ical co"mo" ha" -een e3ol3e) The
e3otee !ho #ollo!" the %ath o# meitation an lea" hi" con"ciou"ne"" through the
-li""#ul "tate o# "u-con"ciou"ne"" an "u%ercon"ciou"ne"" ultimatel& arri3e" at the
-le""e "tate o# Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"") The e3otee !ho "uccee" in attaining Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" an thu" -ecome" con"ciou" o# the %re"ence o# hi" con"ciou"ne"" in all
matter an 3i-rator& creation, no longer !al=" or mo3e" in the ar=ne"" or limitation" o#
human con"ciou"ne"" an ignorance, -ut #in" hi" li#e #orce unite to the Co"mic +ight or
Co"mic Energ& !hich i" the "ource o# all li3ing creature" an o-Cect" in !hich li#e i"
%otentiall& %re"ent)H
De#inition o# S%irit
In the a-o3e !or" 'e"u" again gi3e" a "cienti#ic "tatement an e#inition o# the
S%irit !ithin him) Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" or Go the Father %roCecte co"mic 3i-ration an
energ&) Then Go the Father %roCecte Him"el# a" Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in all 3i-rator&
creation an energ&) An orinar& "oul i" con"ciou" o# hi" con"ciou"ne"" an li#e #orce a"
limite -& the -o&E 'e"u" an e3otee" "%irituall& a3ance li=e 'e"u" #in their -oie" a"
the %h&"ical co"mo" an their li3e" a" the Co"mic Energ& !hich "u"tain" the %h&"ical
co"mo") The& al"o reali?e the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" %re"ent in all creation a" their o!n
con"ciou"ne"") The !or", II AMH in the a-o3e !or" re#er to Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"") The
Ilight o# the !orlH re#er" to the Co"mic Energ& !hich materiali?e" an a%%ear" a" the
%h&"ical co"mo")
Man& "o6calle Chri"tian" !ho -elie3e that 'e"u" !a" the Ilight o# the !orlH an
#ollo! the intellectuall& inter%rete, theological Chri"tian octrine", an ne3er meitate, can
ne3er trul& uner"tan !h& 'e"u" calle him"el# the Ilight o# the !orl,H nor o the& =no!
!hat =in o# #ollo!ing an "%iritual "ee=ing !oul lea them to achie3e the "tate o# Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"")
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Secret Intelligence
'e"u" alrea& "ai, IYe "hall "ee= me, an "hall not #in meE an !here I am, thither
&e cannot come)H Thu" 'e"u" %ro%he"ie a-out the theolog&6into.icate moern Chri"tian"
!ho "ee= Chri"t in the !rong theological !a& an o not #in him) Becau"e the& o not, -&
meitation, li#t their con"ciou"ne"" #rom the %h&"ical %lane to the %lane o# Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"", the& ne3er reach there)
Theological Chri"tian" %icture 'e"u" Chri"t a" limite -& a #orm an the -eautie" o# a
human #igure, -ut "oul" !ho ha3e ienti#ie their con"ciou"ne"" -& meitation !ith the
uni3er"al, omni%re"ent con"ciou"ne"" !hich !a" mani#e"t in 'e"u" Chri"t -ehol the
co"mo" a" the -o& o# Chri"t an the energ& in it a" hi" li#e an the "ecret Intelligence in it
a" hi" Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"")
It i" -& !or"hi%%ing Chri"t in the "el#6erecte tem%le o# meitation an Sel#6
Reali?ation that one can -e a true Chri"tian, an -e a-le to -ring the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne""
!hich !a" in 'e"u" to a I"econ comingH !ithin the e3oteeM" o!n "oul)
DThe "harisees therefore said unto hi#, ?Thou bearest re)ord of thyself; thy re)ord is
not true.? ;esus answered and said unto the#, ?T'2+3' = .5/0 05,204 2: !$(5L:;
$5T !$ 05,204 =( T0+5: :20 = @129 9'51,5 = ,/!5, /14 9'=T'50 = 32; .+T
$5 ,/112T T5LL 9'51,5 = ,2!5, /14 9'=T'50 = 32. $5 ;+435 /:T50 T'5
:L5('; = ;+435 12 !/1.?
“?/nd yet if = Judge, #y Judg#ent is true: for = a# not alone, but = and the :ather that
sent #e. =t is also written in your law, that the testi#ony of two #en is true. = a# one that
bear witness of #yself, and the :ather that sent #e beareth witness of #e.?”
(;ohn F:13-1F
IBecau"e I =no! through i3ine memor& ho! the con"ciou"ne"" in m& -o& came
#rom the omni%re"ent Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" an that ultimatel& m& con"ciou"ne"" !ill
merge in it, there#ore m& min i" not limite -& the -o&6ienti#ie ego, an I can te"ti#& all
a-out m& "el# or the nature o# m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithout i"torting it -& the
limitation" o# the %h&"ical ego) Egoti"tical %er"on" o#ten e.aggerate !hen the& tal= a-out
them"el3e") But m& Sel#, -eing the true Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" mani#e"t through m&
con"ciou"ne"", cannot e.aggerate or "%ea= untruth !hen it tal=" a-out it"el#) Becau"e &ou
o not =no! ho! Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" e"cene in m& -oil& #orm, calle 'e"u", or
!here that con"ciou"ne"" in it !ill 3ani"h a#ter the cruci#i.ion, there#ore &ou are Cuging
a#ter the manner o# #le"h or !orll& Cugment an -oil& limitation")H
Not Ph&"ical 'ugment
IThe Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me -ehol e3er& man mae a#ter the image o# the
In#inite, there#ore I o not Cuge or mea"ure man accoring to hi" %h&"ical or mental
a%%earance) Yet, i# I u"e m& omni"cient Chri"t Intelligence, I can "ee ho! much a "oul i"
ienti#ie !ith it" %h&"ical, human a%%earance) Bhate3er m& Chri"t Intelligence Cuge"
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a-out the %h&"ical nature o# man i" true4 I# m& con"ciou"ne"" !ere alone or i"olate #rom
Go Con"ciou"ne"", then m& Cugment !oul -e limite an "u-Cect to error) But "ince m&
con"ciou"ne"" i" charge !ith i3ine !i"om, there#ore m& Cugment a-out e3er&thing i"
true)
IIt i" al"o e"cri-e in &our human la! that the te"timon& o# t!o ini3iual" i" hel
a" true) I or m& human con"ciou"ne"" mani#e"t" the con"ciou"ne"" o# m& Sel# or Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" %re"ent in all 3i-rator& creation) An the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me i" the
mani#e"tation o# the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" !hich e.i"t" -e&on all 3i-rator& creation)H
Egoti"tical %er"on" "houl not "%ea= a-out them"el3e" an their merit" a" the&
u"uall& e.aggerate their 3irtue") But 'e"u" "ai that "ince he !a" one !ith the Father,
!hene3er he tal=e a-out him"el# he !oul onl& tal= a-out hi" Hea3enl& Father) There#ore,
it !a" entirel& %ro%er #or 'e"u" to tal= a-out him"el# through hi" unegoti"tical i3ine
!i"om)
“Then said they unto hi#, ?9here is thy :atherA? ;esus answered, ?$5 15=T'50
@129 !5, 120 !$ :/T'50: =: $5 '/4 @1291 !5, $5 ('2+L4 '/>5 @1291 !$
:/T'50 /L(2.?
DThese words s&ake ;esus in the treasury, as he taught in the te#&le: and no #an
laid hands on hi#; for his hour was not yet )o#e.”
(;ohn F:17-8G
IYou ha3e not commune !ith the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" -ehin m& con"ciou"ne"",
nor !ith the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", m& originator an Father) I# &ou ha commune -&
meitation !ith the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin me then &ou !oul ha3e =no!n al"o the
Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" !ho"e onl& re#lection in creation i" the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"")H
In Tune Bith Creation
'e"u" %oint" out that i# a e3otee coul -e in tune !ith Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in all
3i-rator& creation he !oul automaticall& %ercei3e the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" e.i"tent
-e&on all 3i-rator& creation)
“Then said ;esus again unto the#, ?= 32 !$ 9/$, /14 $5 ('/LL (55@ !5, /14
('/LL 4=5 =1 $2+0 (=1(; 9'=T'50 = 32, $5 ,/112T ,2!5.?”
(;ohn F:81
II #ollo! the !a& a" i" irecte -& the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me, an "ome a&
!hen I am gone #rom the earth, &ou "hall tr& to #ollo! me, -ut not #ining me, &ou !ill ie
!ith &our -a =arma an -e "u-Cect to reincarnation) (nle"" &ou meitate ee%l& in the
%re"ent "tate o# &our con"ciou"ne"" &ou cannot com%rehen the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne""
!herein m& human con"ciou"ne"" ha" merge)H
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“Then said the ;ews, ?9ill he kill hi#selfA be)ause he saith, 9hither = go, ye )annot
)o#e.? /nd he said unto the#, ?$5 /05 :02! .515/T'; = /! :02! /.2>5: $5 /05
2: T'=( 920L4; = /! 12T 2: T'=( 920L4. = (/=4 T'505:205 +1T2 $2+, T'/T
$5 ('/LL 4=5 =1 $2+0 (=1( :20 =: $5 .5L=5>5 12T T'/T = /! '5, $5 ('/LL 4=5
=1 $2+0 (=1(.?”
(;ohn F:88-84
IYou "oul", -eing earth6-oun, an entangle in material e"ire", reincarnate in thi"
!orl o# gro"" 3i-ration #rom one %lace to another) M& "oul came #rom the #iner region" o#
the a"tral !orl o# goo 3i-ration) Your "oul" are tie to thi" !orl -& earthl& e"ire", -ut
m& S%irit, although enca"e in a -o&, mo3ing on thi" earth, "till oe" not -elong to thi"
earthl& "%here o# gro"" 3i-ration")
IThere#ore, I tol &ou that &our "oul", although immortal, "till !ill e.%erience "e3eral
eath" through the la! o# =arma an reincarnation) Your "%iritual li3e" !ill -e ea, -urie
-eneath the "e%ulchre o# &our erroneou" "in#ul action") Becau"e &ou o not -elie3e that
the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me i" the re#lection o# Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", there#ore &ou
!ill not ma=e the e##ort to #in Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in &our o!n "oul") Thi" "in o#
ignorance in not tr&ing to =no! the %re"ence o# the (ni3er"al Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin
&ou !ill =ee% &our "oul" -urie -eneath "el#6create "in" o# ignorance)H
In the"e !or", 'e"u" "%ea=" o# orinar& %eo%le coming #rom -eneathE that i",
!orll& %eo%le, ue to their material =arma", remain reincarnating #rom one %lace to
another -eneath or uner the in#luence o# earthl& 3i-ration")
(ner Earthl& *i-ration"
The !or Ia-o3eH in II am #rom a-o3eH mean" that 'e"u" came #rom #iner region" o#
3i-ration) B& "a&ing, II am not o# thi" !orl,H 'e"u" "igni#ie" that hi" Chri"t Con"ciou"ne""
!a" omni%re"ent in the !hole co"mo" an not tie to one %oint o# "%ace calle Ithe !orl)H
IDie in &our "in"H "igni#ie" that their "%iritual li#e la& -urie -eneath the "in" o# ignorance)
Bhen Chri"t u"e" the !or", II AM HE,H he i" u"ing the !or" !hich ha3e -een
u"e -& ma"ter min" o# Inia !ho ha3e li3e -e#ore an a#ter the time o# 'e"u")
S!ami Shan=ara FShan=arachar&aG u"e" the !or, (oha#, o#ten in hi" !riting" to
"igni#& II am He)H
Materiall&6mine %eo%le o#ten uttering, II am HeH, ma& e3elo% egoti"m in"tea o#
Go6con"ciou"ne"") In realit& all "oul" can "a&, II am HeH -ut it i" -etter to "a&, II am He,H
!hen one ha" con"ciou"l& re6e"ta-li"he hi" ientit& !ith Go) The ocean can e.i"t !ithout
"ur#ace !a3e" -ut the !a3e" cannot e.i"t !ithout the ocean) Go can e.i"t !ithout
creation or the li3ing creature" in it, -ut the& cannot e.i"t !ithout Him) It i" an error #or the
!a3e to thin=, II am the ocean)H It i" -etter #or orinar& %eo%le to "a&, IGo i" m&"el#H that,
II am He)H Soul" !ho ha3e attaine Chri"thoo can "a&, II am He)H Bhat 'e"u" meant -& II
am HeH !a" that the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !hich he #elt !ithin him"el# !a" one !ith
Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"") 'e"u" #elt, IM& con"ciou"ne"" in all 3i-rator& creation i" one !ith
Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" -e&on all creation)H
Bhen 'e"u" "ai, IFor i# &e -elie3e not that I am He, &e "hall ie in &our "in",H he
meant that tho"e that are ienti#ie !ith their -oie" an o not meitate cannot =no! that
the "oul i" the re#lection o# the S%irit FI am HeG) Di3ine "oul" !ho li3e on earth ienti#ie !ith
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Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" create no human e"ire" or =arma an thu", at eath, -ecome one
!ith S%irit) But "oul" !ho li3e on earth una!are o# the Di3ine Image in them create earthl&
=arma or "in") Bhen the& ie !ith tho"e un#ul#ille earthl& e"ire" the& mu"t reincarnate
again to #ul#ill them)
“Then said they unto hi#, ?9ho art thouA? /nd ;esus saith unto the#, ?5>51 T'5
(/!5 T'/T = (/=4 +1T2 $2+ :02! T'5 .53=11=13. = '/>5 !/1$ T'=13( T2
(/$ /14 T2 ;+435 2: $2+: .+T '5 T'/T (51T !5 =( T0+5; /14 = ("5/@ T2
T'5 920L4 T'2(5 T'=13( 9'=,' = '/>5 '5/04 2: '=!.? They understood not
that he s&ake to the# of the :ather.”
(;ohn F:8I-8E
II tol &ou #rom the -eginning that MI am HeM an o# truth I am that) I ha3e man& truth"
to eclare unto &ou an accoring to the "tanar o# m& intuiti3e !i"om, I ha3e to %a""
Cugment a-out &our conuct an li#e in general) An I eclare unto &ou that the great Go
!ho a%%ear" in3i"i-le an thu" unreal to &ou all trul& e.i"t") He i" untrue to &ou -ecau"e
&ou cannot %ercei3e Him through &our "en"ation) But through the te"timon& o# the in#alli-le
intuition !ithin me I =no! He e.i"t") Sen"e %erce%tion" an the "en"e" gi3e &ou the
=no!lege o# the a%%earance o# thing", -ut the intuition !ithin &ou can gi3e &ou the
=no!lege o# the Su-"tance -ehin all a%%earance") All the !or" o# !i"om !hich I utter
are the emanation" o# Co"mic *i-ration !hich come #rom the In#inite)H
“Then said ;esus unto the#, ?9hen ye ha*e lifted u& the (on of #an, then shall ye
know that = a# he, and that = do nothing of #yself; but as #y :ather hath taught #e, =
s&eak these things. /nd he that sent #e is with #e: the :ather hath not left #e alone; for =
do always those things that &lease hi#.? /s he s&ake these words, #any belie*ed on hi#.”
(;ohn F:8F-3G
IBhen -& ee% meitation &ou !ill li#t &our con"ciou"ne"" #rom the "on o# man or
%h&"ical -o&, then &ou !ill -e a-le to reali?e the uni3er"al Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !hich i"
%re"ent !ithin &ou an me) Reali?ing that, &ou !ill #urther %ercei3e that Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin &ou an me a" the re#lection o# the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"") An
!hen &ou reali?e the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin &our"el# an m&"el# then &ou !ill =no!
that &ou an I %er#orm no -oil& nor mental action" actuate -& the ego or human
con"ciou"ne"") A" m& Father or Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" ha" tran"mitte Hi" !i"om to the
Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me, "o m& con"ciou"ne"" re3eal" that !i"om alone)
IThe Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" !hich %roCecte an materiali?e m& -o& i" !ith me
Cu"t a" the ocean !hich %roCect" the !a3e "u"tain" it -& remaining -ehin it) 'u"t a" the
!a3e cannot remain -& it"el# -ut i" maintaine -& the ocean !hich remain" -ehin it, "o the
Hea3enl& Father ha" not i"olate m& -o& #rom Him -ut al!a&" remain" -ehin m&
con"ciou"ne"" "u"taining it) Tho"e that are tune to their human e"ire" guie their -oie"
an min" accoring to the ictate" o# tho"e im%ul"e") But m& con"ciou"ne"" i"
continuou"l& a!are o# the %re"ence o# the Father in me, thu" m& human con"ciou"ne""
al!a&" mani#e"t" tho"e action" !hich %lea"e the Father an are in tune !ith Hi" !i"he")H
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“Then said ;esus to those ;ews whi)h belie*ed on hi#, ?=: $5 ,21T=1+5 =1 !$
9204, T'51 /05 $5 !$ 4=(,="L5( =14554; /14 $5 ('/LL @129 T'5 T0+T',
/14 T'5 T0+T' ('/LL !/@5 $2+ :055.?”
(;ohn F:31-38
II# &ou !ill continue to meitate on the Co"mic *i-ration Fa" hear in meitation !ith
clo"e ear"G an the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in it, then inee &ou can con"ier &our"el3e"
m& i"ci%le", i"ci%line an guie -& m& !or or Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin &ou) An it
i" -& =ee%ing &our con"ciou"ne"" tune !ith the Co"mic *i-rator& Soun an Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin &ou that &ou !ill -e a-le to =no! the truth a-out &our"el#, all li#e an
the co"mo") Bhen &ou !ill -e a-le to =ee% &our con"ciou"ne"" tune to Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"", &ou !ill no longer ienti#& &our"el3e" !ith human e"ire" an human
=arma, thu" #reeing &our "oul #rom elu"ion an reincarnation")H
B& Icontinue in m& !or,H 'e"u" a3i"e hi" li"tener" to continuou"l& meitate on
the !or" o# hi" !i"om a-out the techni<ue o# contacting Co"mic *i-rator& Soun an the
Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in it, thu" -ecoming hi" real i"ci%le")
'e"u" tal=e to the %o%ulace in %ara-le" to a!a=en their curio"it& #or truth, -ut to the
i"ci%le" he taught %lain truth" an techni<ue o# meitation) St) 'ohn, in Re3elation /4/8
i"tinctl& "%ea=" o# the techni<ue -& !hich he contacte the S%irit a" the Co"mic Soun FII
!a" in the S%irit on the +orM" a& an hear -ehin me a great 3oice, a" o# a trum%et)HG
The trum%et re#er" to the Co"mic Soun emanating #rom the Co"mic *i-ration)
Hence it i" e3ient that ignorantl& -elie3ing in the !or" o# Chri"t oe" not ma=e one
a Chri"tian) An&one !ho a"%ire" to mani#e"t the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !hich !a" %re"ent
in the min o# 'e"u" mu"t -e a true i"ci%le) A true i"ci%le i" he !ho continue" to #eel
Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in hi" ail& li#e) One !ho #eel" Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" i" in tune !ith
all creation an =no!" the truth a-out him"el# an all li#eE =no!ing that, he i" no longer
guie -& ignorance, an -ecome" #ree #rom the la! o# =arma an reincarnation")
“They answered hi#, ?9e be /braha#?s seed, and were ne*er in bondage to any
#an; how sayest thou, $e shall be #ade freeA? ;esus answered the#, ?>50=L$, >50=L$, =
(/$ +1T2 $2+, 9'2(25>50 ,2!!=TT5T' (=1 =( T'5 (50>/1T 2: (=1. /14
T'5 (50>/1T /.=45T' 12T =1 T'5 '2+(5 :20 5>50: .+T T'5 (21 /.=45T'
5>50. =: T'5 (21 T'505:205 ('/LL !/@5 $2+ :055, $5 ('/LL .5 :055
=14554. = know that ye are /braha#?s seed; but ye seek to kill #e, be)ause #y word hath
no &la)e in you. = s&eak that whi)h = ha*e seen with #y :ather: and ye do that whi)h ye
ha*e seen with your father.?”
(;ohn F:33-3F
IBith the certaint& o# the truth !hich I intuiti3el& #eel !ithin m&"el#, I eclare unto &ou
that an&one !ho %er#orm" erroneou" or "in#ul action" again"t the ha%%ine"" o# hi" "oul
create" "in#ul ha-it") An& ini3iual !or=ing uner the in#luence o# a "trong, "in#ul ha-it
-ecome" it" "er3ant, !elling in the -oil& hou"e)
IBut e3en i# an ini3iual remain" the "er3ant o# a "in#ul ha-it in hi" -oil& hou"e, "till
he "houl remem-er that the "er3ant o# "in#ul con"ciou"ne"" cannot #ore3er occu%& the
man"ion o# the "oul F-o&G) Sin#ul ha-it", no matter ho! "trong, can onl& tem%oraril&
occu%& the man"ion o# the "oul) E3er& ini3iual en"la3e -& "in#ul ha-it" mu"t remem-er
that the Son or Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" i" the real Ma"ter6Creator !ho remain" #ore3er in the
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tem%le o# the "oul) An& e3otee !ho =no!" that Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" or the Son Fan not
"inG occu%ie" the tem%le o# the "oul an tune" hi" con"ciou"ne"" !ith Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" -ecome" #ree #rom all human =arma") There#ore, i# &ou =no! me a" the
Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" %re"ent in &ou, that con"ciou"ne"" !ill #ree &ou #rom all human
-onage, an through the e.erci"e o# &our o!n 3olition &ou !ill inee #in #reeom #rom
co"mic elu"ion)
II =no! that &ou are the e"cenant" o# A-raham an al"o mae a#ter the image o#
m& Father, -ut -ecau"e &ou o not tune in !ith the !or" o# m& all6"eeing !i"om, &ou
ha3e -ecome the "er3ant o# "in through &our e"ire to =ill me) There#ore, tem%oraril&, -eing
the "er3ant o# "in#ul thought, &ou are in -onage) I# &ou !oul onl& -e in tune !ith m& !or
or Co"mic *i-ration, &ou coul -e #ree, no longer the "er3ant o# "in) M& !or" are in"%ire
-& the !i"om o# the Hea3enl& Father !hich I intuiti3el& #eel !ithin m&"el#, !herea" &ou
"%ea= an act accoring to the limite uner"taning an -eha3ior o# &our earthl& %arent")H
Goo Birth I" Not Enough
In the a-o3e !or" 'e"u" %oint" out to the e"cenant" o# A-raham that the& ha
lo"t the <ualit& o# their goo -irth -& ignorance, "in#ul thought", an -& #ollo!ing traition
an #amil& ha-it" in"tea o# GoM" la!")
Some "in#ul Brahmin" o# Inia al"o -oa"t o# their i3ine %arentage, a" the
e"cenant" o# A-raham i to 'e"u") But 'e"u" %oint" out that %h&"ical goo -irth i" not
enough) Each "oul, though an image o# Go an -orn o# goo %arent", can tem%oraril&
-ecome the "er3ant o# "in#ul ha-it") So 'e"u" tell" the e"cenant" o# A-raham that the&
ha ecli%"e their i3ine -irth an i3ine con"ciou"ne"" -& "in#ul action") But !hile 'e"u"
"%ea=" o# the egraation o# A-rahamM" e"cenant", he tell" them that the& coul not -e
"er3ant" o# "in #ore3er, -ut "houl reali?e that the& are eternall& mae in the image o# Go)
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5
IBEFORE ABRAHAM BAS, I AMH D
'ES(S EPP+AINS
THE OMNIPRESENT CHRIST CONSCIO(SNESS
BY BHICH A++ TIME AND SPACE
ARE ANNIHI+ATED
DThey answered and said unto hi#, ?/braha# is our father.? ;esus saith unto the#,
?=f ye were /braha#?s )hildren, ye would do the works of /braha#. .ut now ye seek to kill
#e, a #an that hath told you the truth, whi)h = ha*e heard of 3od: this did not /braha#.?
“?$e do the deeds of your father.? Then said they to hi#, ?9e be not born of
forni)ation; we ha*e one :ather, e*en 3od.? ;esus said unto the#, ?=f 3od were your
:ather, ye would lo*e #e: for = &ro)eeded forth and )a#e fro# 3od; neither )a#e = of
#yself, but he sent #e.?
“?9hy do ye not understand #y s&ee)hA e*en be)ause ye )annot hear #y word. $e
are of your father the de*il, and the lusts of your father ye will do. 'e was a #urderer fro#
the beginning, and abode not in the truth, be)ause there is no truth in hi#. 9hen he
s&eaketh a lie, he s&eaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it. /nd be)ause =
tell you the truth, ye belie*e #e not. 9hi)h of you )on*in)eth #e of sinA /nd if = say the
truth, why do ye not belie*e #eA '5 T'/T =( 2: 324 '5/05T' 324?( 9204(: $5
T'505:205 '5/0 T'5! 12T, .5,/+(5 $5 /05 12T 2: 324.?”
(;ohn F:37-4E
II# -& meitation &ou =ne! Go a" &our Father, &ou !oul lo3e me, #or the Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" in me i" the re#lection o# Go the Father, an m& -o& in !hich that
con"ciou"ne"" i" enca"e al"o came #rom Him) I !a" not -orn o# m&"el#E He ha" "ent m&
-o& to the earth that the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" re#lecte in me might remin other
"lee%ing "oul" o# the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" %re"ent in them)H
Hi" In"%ire S%eech
IDo &ou reali?e !h& &ou cannot uner"tan m& "%eechJ It i" -ecau"e &our
con"ciou"ne"" i" not tune to the Co"mic *i-ration or the Bor, there#ore &ou o not
uner"tan m& "%eech !hich i" in"%ire -& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" 3i-rating !ithin the
Co"mic *i-ration or the Bor) You ha3e #orgotten the S%irit !ithin &ou, an -& creating e3il
ha-it" &ou are %o""e""e -& "atanic ignorance !hich act" a" &our guiing a3i"ing #ather)
The lu"t#ul tenencie" im%lante !ithin &ou -& &our %"euo6#ather, "atanic ha-it, !ill -e the
guiing #orce o# &our action") Satan an "atanic ha-it" are the murerer" o# "oul ha%%ine""
#rom the -eginning o# creationE the& o not mani#e"t truth -ecau"e the& "hut it out o# their
nature) Satan "%ea=" a lie or !or=" elu"ion -ecau"e o# the mi"u"e o# hi" o!n #ree choice)
Satan i" the #ather o# all co"mic elu"ion !hich lie" a-out the nature o# Go an truth)
IThrough &our e3il ha-it" &ou ha3e in3ite Satan or co"mic elu"ion to guie &ou D
that i" !h& &ou o not -elie3e the truth in Go !hich Satan al!a&" trie" to hie) None o#
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&ou can con3ince me o# an& 3alue or truth in &our "in#ul !a&"E !h& "houl &ou not -e
con3ince o# the real truth an -elie3e in it !hen I %re"ent it -e#ore &ouJ
IAll tho"e great one", li=e A-raham, that are the true e3otee" o# Go, tune their
con"ciou"ne"" -& meitation to the Co"mic *i-ration or GoM" !or !ithin them) You ne3er
meitateE there#ore &ou ha3e not hear the Co"mic *i-ration an the %re"ence o# Go in
it)H
'e"u" %oint" out that lu"t or e3il tenencie" are im%lante in "oul" -& Satan, an
an&one !ho act" accoring to the ictate" o# lu"t#ul im%ul"e" in3ite" Satan to -e hi" guiing
#orce) 'e"u" e"cri-e" Satan a" a liar !ho -& co"mic elu"ion ma=e" Go a%%ear a" gro""
matter to man) The true e3otee !ho #eel" the %re"ence o# Go !ithin him"el# i" not guie
-& the %re3aricating co"mic elu"ion an thu" %ercei3e" Go a" the Onl& E.i"ting
Su-"tance in nature an "%ace)
'e"u" al"o "a&" that though all men are create in the image o# Go, "till "ome -&
meitation %ercei3e the %re"ence o# Go !ithin them a" Co"mic *i-ration or the Bor,
!herea" other", -eing ienti#ie !ith their "atanic ha-it", are o-li3iou" to the %re"ence o#
Go !ithin them)
“Then answered the ;ews, and said unto hi#, ?(ay we not well that thou art a
(a#aritan, and hast a de*ilA? ;esus answered, ?= ha*e not a de*il; but = honour #y :ather,
and ye do dishonor #e. /nd = seek not #ine own glory: there is one that seeketh and
Judgeth. >erily, *erily, = say unto you, =: / !/1 @55" !$ (/$=13, '5 ('/LL 15>50
(55 45/T'.?”
(;ohn F:4F-I1
II, -eing a!are o# the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin me, am not elue -& co"mic
elu"ion or Satan) I, Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"", honor Go the Father !ho"e re#lection I am)
M& human con"ciou"ne"" oe" not "ee= human glor& -ut i" glori#ie !ith the Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin me) There i" one Co"mic +a! !hich "ee=" to glori#& the Father an
thi" i" the la! !hich Cuge" %eo%le accoring to their goo or -a =arma")
I*eril& -& the truth I #eel !ithin me, I eclare to &ou all that i# a e3otee =ee%" m&
"a&ing D that i", i# -& ail& meitation he contact" the Co"mic *i-ration !hich I #eel !ithin
me an #ollo!" m& teaching" an -ecome" #i.e in the A-"olute Changele"" D he "hall
ne3er #in hi" inner 3i"ion i"tracte -& the la! o# change !hich other!i"e immuta-l& rule"
the -o& an matter)H
In the a-o3e !or" 'e"u" em%ha"i?e" that hi" inner e&e o# !i"om !a" o%en an
that i" !h& he coul not -ehol the ar=ne"" o# e3il an&!here) Beholing Go !ithin him,
he coul not e.tol hi" ego con"ciou"ne"")
Mo"t %eo%le, con"iering them"el3e" in term" o# their o!n mental ac<ui"ition" an
#amil& relation", glori#& their material ego") But !hen a e3otee #in" hi" min etache
#rom hi" -o& an it" relation"hi%", he -ehol" !ithin him nothing -ut Go an "ee=" to
glori#& naught el"e -ut Go) Thu" 'e"u" "a&" he i not "ee= to glori#& him"el#)
Co"mic +a! I" the 'uge
It i" the Co"mic +a! !hich "ee=" the 3irtue" o# men an glor& o# Go an eclare"
it" Cugment a-out them) Bhen 'e"u" u"e" the !or" I=ee% m& "a&ing,H he i"tinctl&
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mention" that one ha" to ail& li3e hi" teaching" an metho" o# contacting the Co"mic
*i-ration) Bhen a man i" to""ing on a #e! !a3e", he ha" no time to "ee the !hole ocean,
-ut i# he get" out o# the !a3e" an "tan" on the "hore, he can ha3e a clear %er"%ecti3e o#
the !hole ocean) Similarl&, an orinar& ini3iual !ho i" -u"& ienti#&ing him"el# !ith the
change" in hi" -o& an hi" en3ironment cannot %ercei3e the changele"" In#inite !ithin
him) But !hen the e3otee, -& meitation, tune" hi" con"ciou"ne"" !ith Co"mic *i-ration
an the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin him he -ehol" the In#inite an -ecome" #ree #rom the
3i"ion" o# change a##ecting hi" -o& an en3ironment)
“Then said the ;ews unto hi#, ?1ow we know that thou hast a de*il. /braha# is
dead, and the &ro&hets; and thou sayest, ?=f a #an kee& #y saying, he shall ne*er taste of
death.? /rt thou greater than our father /braha#, whi)h is deadA and the &ro&hets are
dead: who# #akest thou thyselfA ;esus answered, ?=f = honour #yself, #y honour is
nothing: it is #y :ather that honoureth #e; of who# ye say, that he is your 3od: $et ye
ha*e not known hi#; but = know hi#: and if = should say, = know hi# not, = shall be a liar like
unto you: but = know hi#, and kee& his saying. $2+0 :/T'50 /.0/'/! 05;2=,54 T2
(55 !$ 4/$: /14 '5 (/9 =T, /14 9/( 3L/4.?”
(;ohn F:I8-IC
II# I honor m& ego an m& -oil& connection", it i" o# little 3alue to the !orl or Go)
It i" the Hea3enl& Father !ithin me, !ho ha" -een %lea"e to acce%t m& li#e an action",
!ho ha" mae m& li#e o# 3alue to the !orl) It i" the "ame Go !hom &ou eclare a" &our
o!n Go !ho recogni?e" the truth in me an there#ore !ant" &ou all to recogni?e that truth
in me that &ou might -e -ene#ite)
IYou "%ea= o# &our Go a-out !hom &ou =no! nothing, -ut I =no! HimE i# I "houl
"a& m& human con"ciou"ne"" i" not cogni?ant o# the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin it, I
!oul -e "%ea=ing untruth a" &ou are u"e to oing) But I =no! the Hea3enl&
Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin me an I %ractice all the i3ine rule" in m& li#e !hich I recei3e #rom
it" inner 3i-ration")H
A-raham Ba" Emanci%ate
IYour enlightene #ather, A-raham, -eing tune to Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin, !a"
#ille !ith i3ine -li"" -eholing Im& a&H or the light o# the "ame Chri"t Con"ciou"ne""
!hich !a" !ithin him an !hich i" no! !ithin me) A-raham I"a! itH or the !i"om in Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" F!hich I an all li-erate "oul" -eholG an !a" #ille !ith i3ine elight D
the "ame Co& !hich I #eel !ithin m&"el#)H
In the a-o3e !or", !hen 'e"u" "a&", IYour #ather, A-raham, reCoice to "ee m&
a&4 an he "a! it, an !a" gla,H he e.%oun" "ome ee% truth") 'e"u" !ith hi" Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" an inner 3i"ion coul i"tinctl& "ee all %a"t, %re"ent an #uture in hi"
Eternal No! con"ciou"ne"") Orinaril& mortal" ha3e their con"ciou"ne"" cut o## or
interru%te -& eath -ut 'e"u", ha3ing attaine the A-"olute, coul #eel e.actl& !hat the
li-erate "oul o# A-raham #elt centurie" ago) 'e"u" em%ha"i?e that A-raham #elt the "ame
Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" that he #elt !ithin him"el#) 'e"u" =ne! that the Co& o# Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" i" uni#orml& the "ame a" #elt -& him or A-raham or an& li-erate "oul)
Bhen 'e"u" "ai, IA-raham reCoice to "ee m& a&,H he meant that A-raham
reCoice to #eel the "ame eternal Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !hich he #elt !ithin hi" min an
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-o&, -ut not the -o& !hich !a" calle 'e"u") 'e"u" oe" not "a& !hether he li3e in
another #orm in the time o# A-raham, -ut he i"tinctl& "a&" that !ith hi" eternal Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" he coul #eel e.actl& !hat A-raham #elt long -e#ore the -o& o# 'e"u" !a"
-orn on earth) Such are the remar=a-le %o!er" o# Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" -& !hich 'e"u"
coul #eel the %erce%tion" o# the long6ea A-raham)
No Pa"t, Pre"ent or Future
“Then said the ;ews unto hi#, ?Thou are not yet fifty years old, and hast thou seen
/braha#A? ;esus said unto the#, ?>erily, *erily, = say unto you, .5:205 /.0/'/! 9/(,
= /!.? Then took they u& stones to )ast at hi#: but ;esus hid hi#self, and went out of the
te#&le, going through the #idst of the#, and so &assed by.”
(;ohn F:IE-I7
I*eril&, -& the eternal, e3er6%re"ent Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !hich I #eel !ithin me, I
-ehol no i3i"ion o# %a"t, %re"ent or #uture in m& con"ciou"ne"" !hich, -eing e3er6%re"ent
an continuou", i" onl& con"ciou" o# the Eternal No!) There#ore, the e3er6%re"ent
con"ciou"ne"" o# the Eternal No! i" a!are o# all the ha%%ening" -e#ore the time o#
A-raham an all the ha%%ening" a#ter him an all the ha%%ening" &et to come through
eternit&)H
In the a-o3e !or", 'e"u" e"cri-e" that in hi" Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" all the
i3i"ion" o# %a"t, %re"ent, an #uture !ere annihilate) There !a" no time nor "%ace in hi"
con"ciou"ne"") Bhate3er he #elt, he #elt !ithin him"el#) He #elt hi" onene"" !ith Go an
thu" reali?e naught e.i"te -ut Go) There#ore, 'e"u" "a! all thing" ha%%ening !ithin
him"el# an Go) All ha%%ening" an all thing" are Go) 'e"u", -eing one !ith Go,
reali?e Hi" %re"ence in e3er&thingE there#ore, he "ai4 IBe#ore A-raham !a", I am)H
Since nothing can e.i"t !ithout the con"ciou"ne"" o# Go, all li-erate e3otee"
reali?e that all thing" are ha%%ening in Go in their e3er6%re"ent, e3er6no!, eternal
con"ciou"ne"") An a3ance e3otee li=e 'e"u" #in" hi" con"ciou"ne"" tune to the
uni3er"al Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"") An& Chri"tli=e e3otee !ho "uenl& attain" the
omni%re"ent Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" "uenl& reali?e" that the light o# hi" con"ciou"ne""
"imultaneou"l& illumine" an re3eal" the cham-er" o# %a"t, %re"ent, an #uture an all
"%ace) Such an illuminate "oul "uenl& #in" hi" con"ciou"ne"" e3enl& %re"ent in the
%a"t, %re"ent an #uture an e3er& %oint o# "%ace, "o he "a&"4 II am %re"ent in the cham-er
o# the %a"t, %re"ent, an #uture e3enl&, "imultaneou"l& at all time")H That i" !h& 'e"u"
coul "a&4 II am %re"ent -e#ore A-raham !a", I am %re"ent no! an, -eing6%er3aing, I
am con"ciou" o# m& %re"ence in the #uture)H
The orinar& ini3iual -eing "u-Cect to elu"ion -ehol" all thing" a" occu%&ing
"%ace an e3ent" a" ha%%ening in time) But Chri"tli=e "oul" #in their con"ciou"ne""
e<uall& i"tri-ute in all "%ace an "imultaneou"l& %re"ent in all %a"t, %re"ent an #uture
categorie" o# timeE the& #in the con"ciou"ne"" o# time an "%ace annihilate !ithin
them"el3e") The orinar& ini3iual -eholing the i##erent "i?e" o# thing" e.i"ting in
relation to one another concei3e" the iea o# a "%ace in !hich all thing" e.i"t) The i3ine
ini3iual, #ining hi" con"ciou"ne"" omni%re"ent "ee" hi" S%irit6ienti#ie Sel# e.i"ting
through eternit&) Such a "oul ha" no room #or time an "%ace !ithin hi" con"ciou"ne"")
Bhen a man i" in the "%here o# a ream, he might ma=e a !orl tour -& -ic&cle in a #e!
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&ear" -ut on !a=ing, he i"co3er" that he accom%li"he hi" ream !orl6tour in a #e!
"econ")
Bhen a man ream" he i" ma=ing a !orl tour -& -ic&cle in "e3eral &ear", he
create" the con"ciou"ne"" o# "%ace an time !hich he #in" oe" not e.i"t !hen he
a!a=e") Thi" reamer on !a=ing anal&?e" hi" ream !orl6tour an #in" that the "%ace
an time !hich he re<uire in ma=ing that ream6tour !ere creation" o# hi" o!n
imagination) 'e"u" an great ma"ter" !ho ha3e a!a=ene in Go an #or"a=en the co"mic
ream an #in "%ace an time an all thing" ha3e -een create in the imagination o# Go
an thu", though tem%oraril& real, are e""entiall& unreal)
“/nd as ;esus &assed by, he saw a #an whi)h was blind fro# his birth. /nd his
dis)i&les asked hi#, saying, ?!/(T50, 9'2 4=4 (=1, T'=( !/1 20 '=( "/051T(,
T'/T '5 9/( .201 .L=14A? ;5(+( /1(95054, ?15=T'50 '/T' T'=( !/1
(=1154, 120 '=( "/051T(: .+T T'/T T'5 920@( 2: 324 ('2+L4 .5 !/45
!/1=:5(T =1 '=!. = !+(T 920@ T'5 920@( 2: '=! T'/T (51T !5, 9'=L5 =T =(
4/$: T'5 1=3'T ,2!5T', 9'51 12 !/1 ,/1 920@. /( L213 /( = /! =1 T'5
920L4, = /! T'5 L=3'T 2: T'5 920L4.?”
(;ohn 7:1-I
IThe -linne"" o# thi" man #rom -irth i" not ue to hi" "in" o# thi" li#e or ue to the
"in" o# hi" %arent", -ut to the hien "in" o# a %a"t li#e) Becau"e thi" -lin man oe" not
=no! that he ha" "inne in a %a"t li#e he !oner" !h& he i" -lin, "ince neither he nor hi"
%arent" ha3e committe an& "in in their %re"ent li#e) Thi" -lin man -eing goo in thi" li#e
an coming #rom 3irtuou" %arent" ha" -een ena-le through "ome goo %a"t =arma to
come in contact !ith me no!E thu" he !ill #in the miracle o# i3ine healing mani#e"t in hi"
li#e)H
IDa&H I" Creation
ISo long a" it i" a& Fi.e., all creation i" in mani#e"tation an not i""ol3e in GoG,
"o long m& Chri"t Intelligence mu"t carr& on the !or= o# orere creation) But !hen the
night or co"mic i""olution o# all creation arri3e", m& re#lecte Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"",
e3oi o# it" rece%tacle o# 3i-rator& creation in !hich it i" re#lecte, !ill -e !ithra!n in the
tran"cenental Go the Father) Then m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ill ha3e nothing to !or=
through ue to the i""olution o# all creation o# Go)
ISo long a" the !orl or co"mic creation e.i"t", "o long m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne""
"hall remain a" it" guiing light or intelligent %rinci%le) But !hen all 3i-rator& creation i"
i""ol3e in Go in !aha "ralaya or com%lete co"mic i""olution Fa" i"tingui"he #rom
%artial i""olution" or @handa "ralaya in !hich a %art o# the earth i" i""ol3e a" ha%%ene
uring the #loo e.%erience -& NoahG, then m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" i" automaticall&
!ithra!n #rom the co"mo" an -ecome" unite !ith the Father e3en a" the re#lection o#
the moon -ecome" unite !ith the moon at the e"truction o# the mirror)H
In the a-o3e !or", !hen 'e"u" "a&" that the man !a" -orn -lin not -ecau"e o#
hi" "in or the "in o# hi" %arent", man& -ecame -e!ilere to thin= that Go ar-itraril& mae
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the man -lin in orer that Hi" miraculou" i3ine %o!er" might -e mani#e"te through
'e"u") Go !oul not ma=e a man "u##er -linne"" #or &ear" in orer to emon"trate i3ine
healing through 'e"u") 'e"u" "im%l& meant that though neither the man nor hi" %arent"
"inne in one li#e, the -linne"" o# the man !a" cau"e -& hien "in o# a %a"t li#e) 'e"u"
im%lie that the -lin man ha "ome goo =arma -& !hich he !a" ena-le to contact
'e"u" an e.%erience the i3ine healing)
In thi" connection, 'e"u" im%lie" t!o thing" D #ir"t, that the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne""
!a" mani#e"t in the -o& o# 'e"u" onl& #or a little !hile on earth an that he mu"t utili?e all
hi" time on earth to o the !ill o# Go) 'e"u" reali?e that !hen hi" -o& !oul -e
i""ol3e in S%irit in the great nocturnal "tate o# i""olution an Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", he
coul not mani#e"t i3ine healing to the a##licte %eo%le o# thi" earth) That i" !h& 'e"u"
!ante to o all the goo he coul "o long a" hi" -o& la"te on earth)
Guie o# All Creation
Seconl&, 'e"u" "igni#ie that Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !a" the light o# intelligence
!hich guie the co"mo") Bhen the co"mo" i"a%%ear" uring co"mic i""olution, the
Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin him !oul -e unite !ith the tran"cenental Co"mic
Con"ciou"ne"" o# Go the Father)
D9hen he had thus s&oken, he s&at on the ground, and #ade )lay of the s&ittle, and
he anointed the eyes of the blind #an with the )lay, /nd said unto hi#, ?3o wash in the
&ool of (iloa#? (whi)h is by inter&retation, (ent. 'e went his way therefore, and washed,
and )a#e seeing. The neighbours therefore, and they whi)h before had seen hi# that he
was blind, said, ?=s not this he that sat and beggedA? (o#e said, ?This is he:? others said,
?'e is like hi#:? but he said, ?= a# he.?
“Therefore said they unto hi#, ?'ow were thine eyes o&enedA? 'e answered and
said, ?/ #an that is )alled ;esus #ade )lay, and anointed #ine eyes, and said unto #e,
?3o to the &ool of (iloa#, and wash:? and = went and washed, and = re)ei*ed sight.? Then
said they unto hi#, ?9here is heA? 'e said, ?= know not.? They brought to the "harisees hi#
that aforeti#e was blind. /nd it was the sabbath day when ;esus #ade the )lay, and
o&ened his eyes.
“Then again the "harisees also asked hi# how he had re)ei*ed his sight. 'e said
unto the#, ?'e &ut )lay u&on #ine eyes, and = washed, and do see.? Therefore said so#e
of the "harisees, ?This #an is not of 3od, be)ause he kee&eth not the sabbath day.?
2thers said, ?'ow )an a #an that is a sinner do su)h #ira)lesA? /nd there was a di*ision
a#ong the#. They say unto the blind #an again, ?9hat sayest thou of hi#, that he hath
o&ened thine eyesA? 'e said, ?'e is a &ro&het.? .ut the ;ews did not belie*e )on)erning
hi#, that he had been blind, and re)ei*ed his sight, until they )alled the &arents of hi# that
had re)ei*ed his sight. /nd they asked the#, saying, ?=s this your son, who ye say was
born blindA how then doth he now seeA?
“'is &arents answered the# and said, ?9e know that this is our son, and that he was
born blind: .ut by what #eans he now seeth, we know not; or who hath o&ened his eyes,
we know not: he is of age; ask hi#: he shall s&eak for hi#self.? These words s&ake his
&arents, be)ause they feared the ;ews: for the ;ews had agreed already, that if any #an
did )onfess that he was ,hrist, he should be &ut out of the synagogue. Therefore said his
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&arents, ?'e is of age; ask hi#.? Then again )alled they the #an that was blind, and said
unto hi#, ?3i*e 3od the &raise: we know that this #an is a sinner.?
“'e answered and said, ?9hether he be a sinner or no, = know not: one thing = know,
that, whereas = was blind, now = see.? Then said they to hi# again, ?9hat did he to theeA
how o&ened he thine eyesA? 'e answered the#, ?= ha*e told you already, and ye did not
hear: wherefore would ye hear it againA will ye also be his dis)i&lesA? Then they re*iled
hi#, and said, ?Thou art his dis)i&le; but we are !oses? dis)i&les. 9e know that 3od s&ake
unto !oses: as for this fellow, we know not fro# when)e he is.?
“The #an answered and said unto the#, ?9hy herein is a #ar*ellous thing, that ye
know not fro# when)e he is, and yet he hath o&ened #ine eyes. 1ow we know that 3od
heareth not sinners: but if any #an be a worshi&&er of 3od, and doeth his will, hi# he
heareth. (in)e the world began was it not heard that any #an o&ened the eyes of one that
was born blind. =f this #an were not of 3od, he )ould do nothing.? They answered and said
unto hi#, ?Thou wast altogether born in sins, and dost thou tea)h usA? /nd they )ast hi#
out.”
(;ohn 7:C-34
Though 'e"u" a"=e the -lin man to go to the %ool o# Siloam an there !a"h hi"
e&e" !hich !ere anointe -& the cla& mae o# "%ittle, 'e"u" coul ha3e heale him !ithout
the "%ittle or the !ater" o# the %ool o# SiloamE he i thi" in orer to create #aith in the -lin
man) He mae the -lin man reali?e that he charge hi" li#e #orce into the cla& ointment
!hich he mae !ith the "%ittle)
Rein#orcing Hi" Faith
In orer to rein#orce the #aith o# the -lin man, 'e"u" a"=e him to go into the %ool o#
Siloam !hich !a" %o%ular #or it healing !ater") All %lace" o# %ilgrimage !herein man&
%eo%le gather an concentrate on i3ine thought" %o""e" i3ine healing 3i-ration" an al"o
hel% to create #aith in %er"on" e"irou" o# i3ine healing)
'e"u" =ne! that in all i3ine healing", the "ee o# i3ine %o!er an the %ro%er "oil o#
#aith o# the %er"on to -e heale !ere nece""ar& to %rouce a %lant o# i3ine healing) 'e"u"
!a" "ure o# the "ee o# i3ine healing %o!er !ithin him, -ut he !a" not "ure o# the %ro%er
i3ine "oil o# #aith o# the -lin man in !hich he !ante to gro! the %lant o# healing) That i"
!h& 'e"u" !ent through the out!ar %roceure o# creating the cla& ointment an a"=ing
the -lin man to !a"h hi" anointe e&e" in the %ool o# Siloam)
“;esus heard that they had )ast hi# out; and when he had found hi#, he said unto
hi#, ?4ost thou belie*e on the (on of 3odA%”
(;ohn 7:3I
IDo"t thou -elie3e in the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin me !hich i" the onl& -egotten
re#lection, or Son, %re"ent in all 3i-rator& creation, an !ithin m& -o&, emanating #rom
Go the FatherJH
In the a-o3e !or" o# 'e"u", the !or ISonH "igni#ie" the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne""
!hich i" the onl& or "ole re#lection o# Go the Father %re"ent in all 3i-rator& creation) The
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!or IGoH "igni#ie" Go the Father or the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" !hich i" %re"ent -e&on
all 3i-rator& creation)
It mu"t -e "trictl& remem-ere that 'e"u" ne3er claime hi" -o& to -e the onl&
-egotten Son o# Go -ut meant the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin him) Orthoo. Chri"tian"
thin= that the -o& o# 'e"u" !a" the onl& Son o# Go) All orthoo. Chri"tian" mu"t recti#&
their mi"ta=en iea -& amitting the truth o# the #ollo!ing "a&ing o# 'e"u"4 IA++ THOSE
THAT RECEI*ED HIM, TO THEM HE GA*E THE POBER TO BE THE SONS OF GOD)H
An& "oul !ho can tune hi" con"ciou"ne"" !ith the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin him
can -ecome the Son o# Go) Ignorant "oul" o not reali?e the %re"ence o# Go !ithin
them, -ut i3ine "oul", -& meitation, learn to recei3e or #eel the %re"ence o# Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin them) 'u"t a" the "un e<uall& "hine" on %iece" o# iamon an
charcoal, "o Go i" e<uall& %re"ent in the !i"e man an the ignorant man "tee%e in ar=
elu"ion) But a" the iamon -& it" o!n <ualit& recei3e" an re#lect" the light o# the "un, "o
the !i"e man -& hi" meitation" recei3e" an re#lect" the light o# Go) A" the charcoal -&
it" o!n ar=ne"" "hut" out the ra&" o# the "un, "o the ignorant man -& hi" o!n ar=
elu"ion "hut" out the light o# Go) 'e"u" him"el# "ai that all %eo%le !ho reali?e -&
!i"om an meitation the %re"ence o# Go !ithin them can -ecome Son" o# Go) In #act,
all %eo%le are %otential Son" o# Go) +i-erate "oul" are a!a=ene Son" o# Go)
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II AM THE GOOD SHEPHERDE
THE GOOD SHEPHERD GI*ETH
HIS +IFE FOR THE SHEEPH
“'e answered and said, ?9ho is he, Lord, that = #ight belie*e on hi#A? /nd ;esus
said unto hi#, ?T'2+ '/( .2T' (551 '=!, /14 =T =( '5 T'/T T/L@5T' 9=T'
T'55?. /nd he said, ?Lord, = belie*e.? /nd he worshi&&ed hi#.”
(;ohn 7:3C-3F
IThou ha"t "een the -o& in !hich i" enca"e the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"") It i" the
Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"", the Son o# Go, !ho i" -ehin the "%eech o# the man calle 'e"u")H
In the a-o3e !or", the natural hum-lene"" o# 'e"u" i" mani#e"t) 'e"u" ne3er "%o=e
o# hi" ego a" the Chri"t, -ut re#erre to hi" o!n re#lection o# Go a" the Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"")
“/nd ;esus said, ?:20 ;+43!51T = /! ,2!5 =1T2 T'=( 920L4, T'/T T'5$
9'=,' (55 12T !=3'T (55; /14 T'/T T'5$ 9'=,' (55 !=3'T .5 !/45
.L=14.?”
(;ohn 7:37
II am the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" %re"ent in the co"mo" to gi3e it Cugment an guie
it intelligentl&) Al"o, the "ame Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" i" mani#e"t in m& -o& that I ma& gi3e
i"criminating !i"om to tho"e !ho, "%irituall& ignorant, &et con#e"" their ignorance that
the& "ee not an tr& their utmo"t to "ee the truth) The !i"om mani#e"t in m& li#e !ill hel% to
a!a=en tho"e !ho thin= the& =no! truth -ut are actuall& ignorant) B& m& !i"om the
hum-le, "%irituall& -lin a"%irant !ill "ee truth, an the light o# m& !i"om !ill re3eal the
-linne"" o# !orll&6!i"e, "%irituall& ignorant %eo%le !ho thin= the& "ee truth an o not)H
S%irituall& Blin
“/nd so#e of the "harisees whi)h were with hi# heard these words, and said unto
hi#, ?/re we blind also.? ;esus said unto the#, ?=f ye were blind, ye should ha*e no sin: but
now ye say, 9e see; therefore your sin re#aineth.?”
(;ohn 7:4G-41
II# &ou ac=no!lege &our "%irituall& -lin mentalitie", then &ou !oul ha3e no "in,
-ut !oul -e hel%e -& me to -e #ree #rom all ignoranceE -ut a" &ou "a& in &our ignorance4
MBe "ee,M !hile &ou o not =no! the truth, there#ore the "in o# ignorance a-ie" !ith &ou)H
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In the"e !or", 'e"u" %oint" out that tho"e !ho ac=no!lege their "%iritual
-linne"" an tr& to heal them"el3e" !ith the hel% o# a %ro%er Guru6Prece%tor are on the
roa to #reeom #rom "in) But tho"e !ho thin= the& ha3e "%iritual 3i"ion an o not ha3e it
!ill #in them"el3e" entangle in the net o# "in or ignorance)
QM*eril&, 3eril&, I "a& unto &ou, MHE THAT ENTERETH NOT BY THE DOOR INTO
THE SHEEPFO+D, B(T C+IMBETH (P SOME OTHER BAY, THE SAME IS A THIEF
AND A ROBBER) B(T HE THAT ENTERETH IN BY THE DOOR IS THE SHEPHERD OF
THE SHEEP) TO HIM THE PORTER OPENETHE AND THE SHEEP HEAR HIS *OICE,
AND HE CA++ETH HIS OBN SHEEP BY NAME, AND +EADETH THEM O(T) AND
BHEN HE P(TTETH FORTH HIS OBN SHEEP, HE GOETH BEFORE THEM, AND THE
SHEEP FO++OB HIM4 FOR THEY >NOB HIS *OICE AND A STRANGER BI++ THEY
NOT FO++OB, B(T BI++ F+EE FROM HIME FOR THEY >NOB NOT THE *OICE OF
STRANGERS)M Thi" %ara-le "%a=e 'e"u" unto themE -ut the& uner"too not !hat thing"
the& !ere !hich he "%a=e unto them)H
(;ohn 1G:1-C
IBith the a""urance o# the intuiti3e truth !hich I #eel !ithin me, I eclare unto &ou
that an& "o6calle "%iritual teacher !ho ha" not ta=en hi" con"ciou"ne"" through the oor
o# Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", -ut -& %reten"ion, #al"e %er"onalit&, animal magneti"m,
a""ume "%iritualit& an in"incere orator& "ee=" to guar the "hee%#ol o# "incere truth6
"ee=er" i" a meta%h&"ical thie# !ho -& #al"e re%re"entation" "teal the e3otion o# "ee=er")H
De3otion I" For Go
IAn& #al"e "%iritual teacher !ho -& %reten"e i3ert" the e3otion o# hi" e3otee" to
him"el# i" a ro--er an a thie#) The true Guru6Prece%tor rela&" all the e3otion o# hi"
i"ci%le" to Go) The #al"e teacher re3el" in the aoration o# hi" -lin #ollo!er" an
there#ore i" a %"&chological thie#) But the "%iritual teacher !ho ha" attaine Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" i" the true Guru6She%her or guie o# the o-eient, truth6"ee=ing, mee=,
lam-li=e #ollo!er")
ITo a true Guru6Prece%tor, the Hea3enl& Father o%en" the oor to all i3ine
"ecrecie") The true e3otee" !ho are in the tune !ith the Guru6Prece%torM" 3oice or
3i-ration an are con"ciou"l& ra!n to him are "ucce""#ul in #ollo!ing hi" leaer"hi% until
the& reach the hea3en o# Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"") Bhen the "%iritual teacher lea" the
con"ciou"ne"" o# hi" e3otee" to!ar Go in meitation he him"el# goe" ahea o# them
to!ar" Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" through ee% ec"ta"&)
IAll the "incere e3otee", meitating !ith their ec"ta"&6tune a3ance Guru6
Prece%tor, grauall& learn to #ollo! hi" con"ciou"ne"" to the a-oe o# Co"mic
Con"ciou"ne"") The e3otee", -eing in tune !ith their a3ance Guru6Prece%tor, intuiti3el&
#eel hi" 3oice or 3i-ration" an tr& to #ollo! him an -e li=e him) True e3otee" !ill not
#ollo! a "tranger or a teacher not recogni?e -& Go) True e3otee" !ill a3oi an are not
in tune !ith "el#6electe, "o6calle "%iritual teacher")H
In the a-o3e !or" 'e"u" "%ea=" o# Ithe oorHE he "igni#ie" that e3er& "%iritual
teacher mu"t enter the oor o# Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" -e#ore he can -e a "%iritual "he%her
leaing hi" e3otee" to Go) B& Iclim-eth u% "ome other !a&,H 'e"u" "igni#ie" that man&
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"o6calle "%iritual teacher" attract the attention o# e3otee" -& a #al"e, material !a& o#
orator&, animal magneti"m, an "o #orth)
Bhen 'e"u" "a&", IHe that entereth in -& the oor i" the "he%her o# the "hee%H, he
"igni#ie" that onl& tho"e teacher" that ha3e attaine Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" or Co"mic
Con"ciou"ne"" can -e the true "%iritual "he%her or Guru6Prece%tor a-le to guie
e3otee" into the =ingom o# Go) Bhen 'e"u" "a&", IA "tranger !ill the& not #ollo!,H he
"igni#ie" that Go "en" to true "ee=er" a "%iritual teacher or Guru oraine -& Him) It ha"
-een "ai -e#ore !hen a "oul "ee=" Go 3er& ee%l&, He "en" him a Guru6Prece%tor
through !ho"e 3oice an intelligence Go teache" the e3otee)
Sign o# a True Teacher
In the a-o3e !or", 'e"u" "%eciall& "igni#ie" that it i" Go !ho -ring" true "%iritual
teacher" an true e3otee" together in contra6i"tinction to "el#6electe lecturer" gathering
a ho"t o# #ollo!er" -& animal magneti"m, orator&, an other un"%iritual mean") 'e"u" "ai
-e#ore4 INone can come unto me unle"" the hea3enl& Father ra!eth him)H There#ore, it i"
e3ient accoring to 'e"u" that true e3otee" ne3er #ollo! %o%ular "el#6electe "%iritual
teacher") Bhen a "o6calle "%iritual teacher ra!" a large #ollo!ing -& %er"onal
magneti"m an not -& Sel#6reali?ation he i" "%irituall& -lin him"el#, leaing other "%irituall&
-lin "ee=er" into the itch o# ignorance)
DThen said ;esus unto the# again, ?>erily, *erily, = say unto you, = a# the door of the
shee&. /ll that e*er )a#e before #e are thie*es and robbers: but the shee& did not hear
the#. = /! T'5 4220: .$ !5 =: /1$ !/1 51T50 =1, '5 ('/LL .5 (/>54, /14
('/LL 32 =1 /14 2+T, /14 :=14 "/(T+05. The thief )o#eth not, but for to steal, and
to kill, and to destroy: = /! ,2!5 T'/T T'5$ !=3'T '/>5 L=:5, /14 T'/T T'5$
!=3'T '/>5 =T !205 /.+14/1TL$.?
“?= a# the good she&herd: the good she&herd gi*eth his life for the shee&. .ut he
that is an hireling, and not the she&herd, whose own the shee& are not, seeth the wolf
)o#ing, and lea*eth the shee&, and fleeth; and the wolf )at)heth the#, and s)attereth the
shee&. The hireling fleeth, be)ause he is an hireling, and )areth not for the shee&. = /!
T'5 3224 ('5"'504, /14 @129 !$ ('55", /14 /! @1291 2: !=15. /( T'5
:/T'50 @1295T' !5, 5>51 (2 @129 = T'5 :/T'50: /14 = L/$ 4291 !$ L=:5
:20 T'5 ('55".?
“?/14 2T'50 ('55" = '/>5, 9'=,' /05 12T 2: T'=( :2L4: T'5! /L(2 =
!+(T .0=13, /14 T'5$ ('/LL '5/0 !$ >2=,5; /14 T'505 ('/LL .5 215
:2L4, /14 215 ('5"'504. T'505:205 42T' !$ :/T'50 L2>5 !5, .5,/+(5 =
L/$ 4291 !$ L=:5, T'/T = !=3'T T/@5 =T /3/=1. 12 !/1 T/@5T' =T :02! !5,
.+T = L/$ =T 4291 !$(5L:. = '/>5 "2950 T2 L/$ =T 4291, /14 = '/>5 "2950
T2 T/@5 =T /3/=1. T'=( ,2!!/14 '/>5 = 05,5=>54 2: !$ :/T'50.?”
(;ohn 1G:E-1F
IBith m& i3ine intuition" I eclare unto &ou, the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me a" in
other great li-erate "oul" i" the onl& oor through !hich all e3otee" can enter into
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Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"") All "o6calle "%iritual teacher" !ho tr& to e.alt an %ut #orth their
con"ciou"ne"" -e#ore or ahea o# Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" are meta%h&"ical thie3e" an
ro--er" !ho "teal the e3otion o# e3otee" #or them"el3e" an not #or Go)H
Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" I" the IOnl& DoorH
IAll great teacher" !ho reali?e that the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me i" the onl& oor
to Go, are realE -ut all tho"e "o6calle "%iritual teacher" !ho came -e#ore me D that i",
%re"ente their con"ciou"ne"" an %er"onalit& to their e3otee" ahea o# the Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" D are meta%h&"ical thie3e" an ro--er") Tho"e teacher" !ho e.alte their
ego con"ciou"ne"" an not the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in them coul not get m& "hee% or
the true e3otee" to li"ten to them)
IThe Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me an all li-erate "oul" i" the onl& oor through
!hich all true e3otee" !ill enter into Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"") I# an& e3otee -& meitation
reali?e" the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" %re"ent in me an him, he !ill -e "a3e #rom the mi"er&
o# reincarnation" an !ill ha3e the %ri3ilege o# con"ciou"l& going into Co"mic
Con"ciou"ne"" or o# -eing -orn in the !orl again to hel% man=inE he !ill #in the %a"ture
o# eternal ha%%ine"")
ISo6calle "%iritual teacher" !ho are meta%h&"ical thie3e" come into the !orl not to
=no! Go or to gi3e Hi" con"ciou"ne"" to other" -ut Cu"t to "teal the e3otion o# truth6
"ee=er" #or them"el3e") Such #al"e "%iritual teacher" e"tro& their o!n !i"om an the
!i"om o# their #ollo!er")
IThe Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" ha" a%%eare in m& -o&, calle 'e"u", that true "oul"
ma& #in eternal li#e an it" a-unant !i"om an #reeom) The Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in
me i" the "he%her o# all true "ee=er" an i" the rece%tacle o# all goone"", a-le to guie
all ee%l& meitating e3otee" to Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"") The "he%her or true "%iritual
teacher tran"mit" hi" eternal li#e to hi" o-eient hum-le e3otee" an i" rea& to "acri#ice
an&thing nece""ar& #or them)
IAn& "o6calle "%iritual teacher !ho i" not a real "%iritual "he%her oe" not =no!
ho! to tune the con"ciou"ne"" o# hi" e3otee" !ith the un%ercei3e Chri"t Con"ciou"ne""
!ithin him) All #al"e teacher" are hel%le"" an #l& a!a& !hen the& #in their e3otee"
attac=e -& the !ol# o# ignorance an o# material an "%iritual i##icultie") All -lin #ollo!er"
o# ignorant "%iritual teacher" are caught -& the !ol# o# ignorance an are "cattere in the
"%here o# re-irth") The hire mini"ter !ho hol" the clerical %o"ition onl& #or hi" li3ing goe"
a-out %reaching #rom one %lace to another a" a matter o# routine, not caring !hat ha%%en"
to the "oul" o# hi" #ollo!er")H
De3otee" o# Other +i3e"
IThe Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me i" a real "he%her !ho recogni?e" true "%iritual
"ee=er" a" i"tinct #rom curio"it& "ee=er", an the true "ee=er" recogni?e the S%irit in me)
Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" =no!" the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me an the Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" in me =no!" the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne""E the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me
"urrener" the eternal li#e in it #or all true e3otee")
IThere are other e3otee" o# other incarnation" !hom I =no! #rom the %a"t -ut !ho
o not -elong to the #ol or grou% o# i"ci%le" o# thi" li#e) Them al"o I mu"t -ring through m&
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3oice or Co"mic *i-ration to the Hea3enl& Father or Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"") All true
e3otee" -elong to the one #ol o# truth an the& "hall ha3e one "he%her o# Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" in me)
IThe Hea3enl& Father lo3e" me -ecau"e I "er3e true e3otee" !ith eternal li#e
through the -o& calle 'e"u" an al"o a#ter that -o& !ill -e ta=en a!a& #rom the earth)
No human -eing can e"tro& the eternal li#e in m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" or e"tro& the li#e
in m& -o& e.ce%t that I am 3oluntaril& "urrenering it #or the "er3ice o# all) The Hea3enl&
Father ha" gi3en me the %o!er to "urrener the li#e in the -o& calle 'e"u" an al"o
materiali?e the li#e in it a#ter it i" once gone #rom it) I recei3e thi" commanment an
%o!er #rom m& Hea3enl& Father)H
There are "ome 3er& im%ortant thing" to -e clearl& uner"too in the a-o3e "a&ing"
o# 'e"u") Bhen 'e"u" "a&"4 IAll that e3er came -e#ore me are thie3e" an ro--er"4 -ut the
"hee% i not hear them,H he oe" not mean that A-raham, Mo"e", EliCah, Buha, 'ohn
the Ba%ti"t an great Ma"ter" !ho came -e#ore him !ere all thie3e" an ro--er", -ut he
meant that all #al"e teacher" !ho trie to e.alt their human con"ciou"ne"" -& ecli%"ing the
Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in them !ere thie3e" or #al"e %ro%het" !ho "tole the e3otion o#
e3otee" #or them"el3e")
B& the !or" Iall that e3er came -e#ore me,H 'e"u" "igni#ie" all ignorant teacher"
!ho %ut #orth their %er"onalit& -e#ore the %eo%le an =ee% their Chri"t Con"ciou"ne""
hien) It i" a "hame that "o man& orthoo. #ollo!er" o# Churchianit& mi"uner"tan the
a-o3e !or" o# 'e"u" an thin= he meant that all ma"ter" !ho came -e#ore 'e"u" on earth
!ere thie3e" an ro--er")
Other Great Teacher"
Came Be#ore 'e"u"
Buha !a" a great Ma"ter -orn in Inia an ha man& li-erate i"ci%le" in the 7th
Centur& B)C) Al"o EliCah, !ho came long -e#ore 'e"u", !a" a great %ro%het an ha true
#ollo!er", incluing Eli"ha !ho !a" 'e"u" in a #ormer incarnation) There#ore, 'e"u" coul
ne3er ha3e meant that all %ro%het" an "eer" !ho came -e#ore him !ere meta%h&"ical
thie3e" !ho "tole the e3otion o# true "ee=er" #or them"el3e")
Bhen 'e"u" "a&", II am the oor,H he oe" not "%ea= o# hi" %h&"ical %er"onalit& -ut
o# the eternal Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin him"el#) Bhen 'e"u" "%ea=" o# hireling", he
"%ea=" o# a t&%e o# %ro#e""ional mini"ter !ho i" more intere"te in the collection #rom hi"
#ollo!er" than their real emanci%ation -& meitation) Such a hireling i" ne3er intere"te
a-out the real emanci%ation o# the "oul" o# hi" #ollo!er")
'e"u", in orer to i##erentiate him"el# #rom #al"e teacher", eclare that, -eing
em%o!ere -& Go an through hi" Sel#6reali?ation, he !a" a-le not onl& to ta=e care o#
"oul" uring their earth li#e -ut in their a#ter6eath "tate) That i" !h& he "a&"4 IOther "hee%
I ha3e !hich are not o# thi" #ol)H IThi" #olH re#er" to the i"ci%le" !ho li3e in the time o#
'e"u")
Bhen 'e"u" "a&"4 II ha3e %o!er to la& it o!n, an I ha3e %o!er to ta=e it again,H
he "igni#ie" that through the commanment o# Go an hi" o!n Sel#6reali?ation, he ha the
%o!er to get hi" -o& cruci#ie on the cro"" an to re"urrect it again at !ill)
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“There was a di*ision therefore again a#ong the ;ews for these sayings. /nd #any
of the# said, ?'e hath a de*il, and is #ad; why hear ye hi#A? 2thers said, ?These are not
the words of hi# that hath a de*il. ,an a de*il o&en the eyes of the blindA?
“/nd it was at ;erusale# the feast of the dedi)ation, and it was winter. /nd ;esus
walked in the te#&le in (olo#on?s &or)h. Then )a#e the ;ews round about hi#, and said
unto hi#, ?'ow long dost thou #ake us to doubtA =f thou be the ,hrist, tell us &lainly.? ;esus
answered the#, ?= told you, and ye belie*ed not: the works that = do in #y :ather?s na#e,
they bear witness of #e. .ut ye belie*e not, be)ause ye are not of #y shee&, as = said unto
you. !y shee& hear #y *oi)e, and = know the#, and they follow #e.?
“?/14 = 3=>5 +1T2 T'5! 5T501/L L=:5; /14 T'5$ ('/LL 15>50 "50=(',
15=T'50 ('/LL /1$ !/1 "L+,@ T'5! 2+T 2: !$ '/14. !$ :/T'50, 9'=,'
3/>5 T'5! !5, =( 305/T50 T'/1 /LL; /14 12 !/1 =( /.L5 T2 "L+,@ T'5!
2+T 2: !$ :/T'50?( '/14. = /14 !$ :/T'50 /05 215.?”
(;ohn 1G:17-3G
II tol &ou !ho I am an &ou -elie3e me not) The miraculou" !or=" o# healing
-oie" an "oul" !hich I ha3e %er#orme in the name o# m& Hea3enl& Father -ear
te"timon& to the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me) But &ou o not -elie3e in me -ecau"e &ou
are not e3ote an a!a=ene li=e m& i"ci%le") M& i"ci%le", -& meitation, hear the
Co"mic *i-ration an #eel the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin them) The Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" in me i" in tune !ith m& true e3otee" !ho "trictl& #ollo! me)H
IThe& Shall Ne3er Peri"hH
IBhen m& e3otee" #ull& contact the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me, the& !ill ne3er
e.%erience eath -ut !ill recogni?e the eternal li#e !ithin them) Tho"e e3otee" !ill ne3er
#eel them"el3e" to -e ea li=e the orinar& human "oul") Neither "hall an& man, nor an&
material e"ire, -e a-le to %luc= them a!a& #rom m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !hen the& are
once e"ta-li"he there) All true e3otee" once #i.e in Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" -& continuou"
ee% meitation an ec"ta"& ne3er ha3e to reincarnate un!illingl& again)
IM& Father, the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", !ho emanate the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in
me a" #elt -& all ee% e3otee", i" greater than all thing") Once the e3otee" reach the
omain o# Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", the& cannot -e com%elle to reincarnate on earth
through the %o!er o# an& %o""i-le material e"ire" o# %a"t incarnation") The Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" %re"ent in m& -o& an in all 3i-rator& creation i" one !ith an the
re#lection o# Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" %re"ent -e&on all creation, Cu"t a" the moon re#lecte
in a la=e i" the "ame moon !hich "hine" in the "=&)H
Bhen 'e"u" "ai, IYe are not o# m& "hee%,H he meant that the 'e!" !ho ou-te
him !ere not !orth& to recei3e i3ine grace an -e reeeme through 'e"u") 'e"u" again
an again em%ha"i?e" that no one can #in Go unle"" he i" a true "ee=er an i" %ermitte
-& Go to meet a real Guru6Prece%tor) Bhen 'e"u" "a&", INeither "hall an& man %luc=
them out o# m& han,H he "igni#ie" that neither an& man nor material e"ire "hall -e a-le to
ta=e the true e3otee" a!a& #rom hi" han or the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in him)
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0
'ES(S RAISES +AOAR(S FROM THE GRA*E D
II AM THE RES(RRECTION AND THE +IFEH
“Then the ;ews took u& stones again to stone hi#. ;esus answered the#, ?!any
good works ha*e = shewed you fro# #y :ather; for whi)h of those works do ye stone #eA?
The ;ews answered hi#, saying, ?:or a good work we stone thee not; but for blas&he#y;
and be)ause that thou, being a #an, #akest thyself 3od.?
“;esus answered the#, ?=s it not written in your law, = said, $e are godsA =f he )alled
the# gods, unto who# the word of 3od )a#e, and the s)ri&ture )annot be broken; (ay ye
of hi#, who# the :ather hath san)tified, and sent into the world, Thou blas&he#est;
be)ause = said, = a# the (on of 3odA =: = 42 12T T'5 920@( 2: !$ :/T'50,
.5L=5>5 !5 12T. .+T =: = 42, T'2+3' $5 .5L=5>5 12T !5, .5L=5>5 T'5
920@(: T'/T $5 !/$ @129, /14 .5L=5>5, T'/T T'5 :/T'50 =( =1 !5, /14 = =1
'=!.?
“Therefore they sought again to take hi#: but he es)a&ed out of their hand, /nd
went away again beyond ;ordan into the &la)e where ;ohn at first ba&tiKed ; and there he
abode. /nd #any resorted unto hi#, and said, ?;ohn did no #ira)le: but all things that ;ohn
s&ake of this #an were true.? /nd #any belie*ed on hi# there.”
(;ohn 1G:31-48
II" it no! !ritten in &our "%iritual -oo=" e.actl& !hat I "aiJ D not onl& I -ut all o# &ou
are go"J I# the Scri%ture call all %eo%le go" -ecau"e the& are -orn o# the Co"mic
*i-ration emanating #rom Go the Father, then that truth cannot -e nulli#ie -& &our
i"-elie#) Ho! can &ou "%ea= o# -la"%hem& to me !ho am a %er#ect image o# Go an !ho
ha" -een "ancti#ie an "ent -& Him a" a "%iritual e.am%le to the !orlJ
IBelie3e in M& Di3ine Bor=H
IBecau"e I truth#ull& mae a "tatement that Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me i" the Son
or the onl& re#lection o# Go the Father, &ou erroneou"l& imagine that I am inulging in
-la"%hem&) I# I o not mani#e"t the i3ine action" a" in"%ire -& the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne""
re#lecte in m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"", then o not -elie3e me) But i# I mani#e"t the !or=" a"
in"%ire -& Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", e3en though &ou o not -elie3e me, -elie3e in the
Di3ine mani#e"te in m& !or=") B& -elie3ing an concentrating on i3ine !or= it i" <uite
%o""i-le that &ou ma& =no! an -elie3e that Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" i" re#lecte in the
Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin me an that m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" i" the re#lection o#
Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"")H
In the a-o3e !or", !hen 'e"u" <uote" the Scri%ture FP"alm" 1:42G that I&e are
go",H he "igni#ie" that all %ure "oul" are %otentiall& mae in the image o# Go, the Father)
It can -e "ai that ten %eo%le !ith their e&e" !ie o%en, an ninet& %eo%le !ith their e&e"
clo"e "un-athing on the -each are all re3eale -& the "un) But the ninet& !ho ha3e their
e&e" clo"e o not "ee the "un li=e the ten !ho ha3e their e&e" o%en) Similarl&, "ome
"oul" !ith o%en e&e" o# !i"om -ehol them"el3e" a" emanation" o# Go, !hile other
"oul", e3en though the& are emanation" o# Go, o not reali?e it -ecau"e their e&e" o#
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!i"om are clo"e) That i" !h& e3en though all "oul" are %otentiall& mae in the image o#
Go, there i" a i##erence among them accoring to the egree o# their Sel#6reali?ation)
'e"u", !ho trul& reali?e the %re"ence o# Go !ithin him, i not "%ea= o# hi" human
nature a" Go, "o he !a" Cu"ti#ie in "a&ing, II AND MY FATHER ARE ONE)H But %eo%le
!ho ha3e not con"ciou"l& reali?e the Go in them "houl in no !a& "a&, II am Go,H e3en
though the& are %otential go") (nle"" one =no!" an #eel" the %re"ence o# Go !ithin
him, he "houl ne3er "a&, II am Go)H 'e"u" ne3er "ai4 II am Go)H But he mani#e"te the
truth that hi" con"ciou"ne"", ha3ing emanate #rom Go, !a" one !ith Him)
Ocean an the Ba3e
It ha" -een "ai -e#ore that the !a3e i" mae o# the "ame e""ence a" the ocean,
-ut the !a3e coul not "a&, II am the ocean,H although the ocean coul "a&, II am the
!a3e)H So man, -eing mae in the image o# Go, i" a mani#e"tation o# Go) He coul not
"a&, II am Go,H -ut he coul "a& truth#ull&, IGo ha" -ecome m&"el#)H A" the calm ocean
coul remain !ithout the !a3e -ut the !a3e coul not remain !ithout the ocean, "o Go
the Father coul e.i"t !ithout creation an man -ut the& coul not e.i"t !ithout Him)
“1ow a )ertain #an was si)k, na#ed LaKarus, of .ethany, the town of !ary and her
sister !artha. (=t was that !ary whi)h anointed the Lord with oint#ent, and wi&ed his feet
with her hair, whose brother LaKarus was si)k. Therefore his sisters sent unto hi#, saying,
?Lord, behold, he who# thou lo*est is si)k.? 9hen ;esus heard that, he said, ?This si)kness
is not unto death, but for the glory of 3od, that the (on of 3od #ight be glorified thereby.?
1ow ;esus lo*ed !artha, and her sister, and LaKarus. 9hen he had heard therefore that
he was si)k, he abode two days still in the sa#e &la)e where he was.”
(;ohn 11:1-C
IThi" "ic=ne"" o# +a?aru" though it ma& -ring eath !ill not en in eath) Bhen
+a?aru" ie" o# "ic=ne"" he !ill -e re"urrecte again that the %o!er o# Go a" mani#e"te
in the Son o# Go might -e gloriou"l& re3eale to -ring the ho%e o# immortal li#e in eath6
houne man)H
In the a-o3e !or" 'e"u" %oint" out that "ome "ic=ne""e" en in eath -ut +a?aru"M
"ic=ne"" !oul mani#e"t the glor& o# i3ine re"urrection) 'e"u" i not mean that +a?aru"
!a" e"tine to ie e"%eciall& #or the mani#e"tation o# the i3ine %o!er o# re"urrection, -ut
that 'e"u" -& i3ine %o!er !oul -e a-le to re"urrect +a?aru" !hom he "a! through hi"
%ro%hetic e&e !a" to -e the 3ictim o# eath)
“Then after that saith he to his dis)i&les, ?Let us go into ;udaea again.? 'is dis)i&les
say unto hi#, ?!aster, the ;ews of late sought to stone thee; and goest thou thither againA?
;esus answered, ?/re there not twel*e hours in the dayA =: /1$ !/1 9/L@ =1 T'5 4/$,
'5 (T+!.L5T' 12T, .5,/+(5 '5 (55T' T'5 L=3'T 2: T'=( 920L4. .+T =: /
!/1 9/L@ =1 T'5 1=3'T, '5 (T+!.L5T', .5,/+(5 T'505 =( 12 L=3'T =1 '=!.?”
(;ohn 11:E-1G
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IOne !ho !al=" in the a& oe" not "tum-le) He !ho !al=" at night "tum-le") I# an&
"oul !al=" in the light o# !i"om, he "ee" the great light !hich go3ern" the co"mo" an
cannot ma=e an& error" in hi" action") But an ignorant "oul !al=ing in the night o#
ignorance "tum-le" an commit" -luner" in hi" acti3itie", #or he -ehol" no guiing light o#
!i"om !ithin him)H
IThe +ight o# the BorlH
Bhen 'e"u" "%ea=" o# Ithe light o# the !orl,H he "igni#ie" Co"mic Energ& an the
light o# !i"om) Go the Father i" re#lecte a" Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" an Co"mic *i-ration)
Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" an Ithe light o# the !orlH For the intelligence go3erning all creationG
are one an the "ame thing) The light o# the !orl al"o "igni#ie" Co"mic Energ&) Co"mic
*i-ration mani#e"t" it"el# a" Co"mic Soun an Co"mic Energ&) De3otee" can hear the
Co"mic Soun an "ee the Co"mic Energ& %er3aing all creation, an can #eel the light o#
!i"om or Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" latent in Co"mic *i-ration mani#e"te a" Co"mic Soun
an Co"mic Energ&)
“These things said he: and after that he saith unto the#, ?2ur friend LaKarus
slee&eth; but = go, that = #ay awake hi# out of slee&.? Then said his dis)i&les, ?Lord, if he
slee&, he shall do well.? 'owbeit ;esus s&ake of his death: but they thought that he had
s&oken of taking of rest in slee&.”
(;ohn 11:11-13
IOur #rien +a?aru" i" "lee%ing the "lee% o# elu"i3e eath -ut I am going to him that
the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me can ma=e him #or"a=e hi" elu"ion)H
Slee% i" a tem%orar& eath an eath i" a %rolonge "lee%) Both the orinar& "tate
o# "lum-er an the "tate o# eath are a %art o# co"mic ream elu"ion) A" in a ream a
%er"on can !al= or "lee% or ie, "o human -eing" uner the in#luence o# a co"mic ream
-ehol them"el3e" "lee%ing the "lee% o# eath or !a=ing in the a#ter6eath "tate) Chri"t
=ne! the uni3er"e a" a co"mic ream, "o he "ai4 II "ee the "oul o# +a?aru" i" reaming
the "lee% o# eath) I am going to ma=e him ream he i" li3ing in"tea) Ha3ing reali?e the
co"mo" to -e a ream, I !ill ma=e the "oul o# +a?aru" ream li#e, in"tea o# eath)H
IThen said ;esus unto the# &lainly, ?LaKarus is dead. /nd = a# glad for your sakes
that = was not there, to the intent ye #ay belie*e; ne*ertheless let us go unto hi#.? Then said
Tho#as, whi)h is )alled 4idy#us, unto his fellow dis)i&les, ?Let us also go, that we #ay die
with hi#.? Then when ;esus )a#e, he found that he had lain in the gra*e four days already.
“1ow .ethany was nigh unto ;erusale#, about fifteen furlongs off: /nd #any of the
;ews )a#e to !artha and !ary, to )o#fort the# )on)erning their brother. Then !artha, as
soon as she heard that ;esus was )o#ing, went and #et hi#: but !ary sat still in the
house. Then said !artha unto ;esus, ?Lord, if thou hadst been here, #y brother had not
died. .ut = know, that e*en now, whatsoe*er thou wilt ask of 3od, 3od will gi*e it thee.?
“;esus saith unto her, ?Thy brother shall rise again.? !artha saith unto hi#, ?= know
that he shall rise again in the resurre)tion at the last day.?”
(;ohn 11:14-84
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IThe "oul o# +a?aru" ha" le#t hi" %h&"ical -o& an I am gla #or &our "a=e that I
!a" not there to %re3ent hi" eath #or then &ou !oul not -e a-le to !itne"" the miracle o#
i3ine re"urrection) M& intention i" that !hen &ou !itne"" the miracle o# i3ine re"urrection
o# +a?aru" through the !ill o# Go &ou !ill then uner"tan Hi" glor& an %o!er)H
In the a-o3e !or", 'e"u" hint" that i# he ha -een !ith +a?aru" uring hi" "ic=ne"",
+a?aru" !oul not ha3e ie an con"e<uentl& the i"ci%le" !oul not ha3e ha the
o%%ortunit& to "ee hi" re"urrection an thu" -ehol the miracle6!or=ing %o!er o# Go)
Meaning o# IRe"urrectionH
IRe"urrection at the la"t a&H mean" that a#ter goo an -a "oul" e%art #rom thi"
earth an enter the a"tral !orl, the& "ta& there #or a time enCo&ing the a#ter6eath or re"t D
a %en"ion #rom the har !or= o# li#e) Then a#ter that %erio o# re"t, all "oul" are Cuge
accoring to the accumulate goo an -a action" o# their %a"t li3e" or the la! o# =arma
to -e re"urrecte in a higher "%here or in a lo!er "%here or in the earth %lane)
Re"urrection re#er" to the tran"ition o# a "oul #rom one -o& to another, a" Elia" !a"
re-orn a" 'ohn the Ba%ti"t) Re"urrection al"o mean" the re3i3al o# li#e a "econ time in a
ea -o& a" illu"trate in the ca"e o# +a?aru") Re"urrection al"o "igni#ie" the ri"ing o#
"oul" #rom the a#ter6eath "tate o# "lee% or re"t to the !a=e#ulne"" in higher or lo!er
"%here")
The la"t a& i" not a #i.e a& in time !hen all "oul" !ill rea%%ear in their ea
-oie" -& the "oun o# a trum%et) That iea o# re"urrection i" a-"ur, #or Go in Hi"
!i"om i" not =ee%ing "oul" !aiting thou"an" o# &ear" to -e re"urrecte on a certain a&
!hich ha" ne3er arri3e) I# Ga-riel ha%%en" to "oun hi" trum%et tomorro!, then "oul" that
ie an !ere -urie toa& !oul -e re"urrecte tomorro!, !hile "oul" -urie t!ent&
centurie" ago !oul !a=e u% a#ter !aiting t!ent& centurie") Go coul not allo! "uch an
erratic arrangement) Intelligent "oul" a#ter eath coul ne3er remain guaring their
crum-ling -one" through thou"an" o# &ear" !aiting #or a trum%et6call)
Ga-rielM" trum%et re#er" to the "oun o# Co"mic *i-ration !hich all "oul" hear !ho
are re"urrecte #rom the a#ter6eath "tate o# "lee% to higher "%here") The la"t a& re#er" to
the %articular time !hen an& "oul a#ter enCo&ing the "lee% o# eath i" Cuge -& the co"mic
la! o# action to go into other "%here")
“;esus said unto her, ?= /! T'5 05(+005,T=21, /14 T'5 L=:5: '5 T'/T
.5L=5>5T' =1 !5, T'2+3' '5 9505 45/4, $5T ('/LL '5 L=>5: /14
9'2(25>50 L=>5T' /14 .5L=5>5T' =1 !5 ('/LL 15>50 4=5. .elie*est thou thisA?
(he saith unto hi#, ?$ea, Lord: = belie*e that thou art the ,hrist, the (on of 3od, whi)h
should )o#e into the world.?
“/nd when she had so said, she went her way, and )alled !ary her sister se)retly,
saying, ?The !aster is )o#e, and )alleth for thee.? /s soon as she heard that, she arose
<ui)kly, and )a#e unto hi#. 1ow ;esus was not yet )o#e into the town, but was in that
&la)e where !artha #et hi#.
“The ;ews then whi)h were with her in the house, and )o#forted her, when they
saw !ary, that she rose u& hastily and went out, followed her, saying, ?(he goeth unto the
gra*e to wee& there.? Then when !ary was )o#e where ;esus was, and saw hi#, she fell
down at his feet, saying unto hi#, ?Lord, if thou hadst been here, #y brother had not died.?
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9hen ;esus therefore saw her wee&ing, and the ;ews also wee&ing whi)h )a#e with her,
he groaned in the s&irit, and was troubled.”
(;ohn 11:8I-33
IM& "oul, not -eing ienti#ie !ith the -oil& li#e, i" not limite -& the I Am or Ego
Con"ciou"ne"") The "oul ienti#ie !ith the -o& an it" limitation" i" the I Am or Ego
Con"ciou"ne"") But I Fm& S%iritG am the re"urrection an the li#e) M& "oul i" one !ith the
Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" an the Co"mic +i#e in it in !hich I !itne"" that "oul" are re"urrecte
in 3ariou" !a&" #rom the a#ter6eath "tate o# "lee% to the !a=e#ulne"" in higher or lo!er
"%here" or in the earth %lane)
No Force Reincarnation
IThat e3otee !ho -& meitation learn" to commune !ith the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne""
an Co"mic +i#e learn" al"o to -elie3e in the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me) E3en i# he i"
%h&"icall& or "%irituall& ea he ma& re"urrect hi" li#e in hi" ea -o& or re"urrect hi" "oul
#rom the "lee% o# eath to the "%here o# Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"") An& a3ance "oul !ho
learn" to %ermanentl& #eel the eternal li#e in me an -elie3e" or commune" !ith the Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" in me "hall ne3er -e #orce to reincarnate into a %h&"ical -o& an !itne""
the change o# eath !hich -e#all" it) Do"t thou -elie3e all thi" I "a&JH
In the a-o3e !or" o# 'e"u" it mu"t -e uner"too !hat he mean" -& II AMH)
Bhene3er 'e"u" "%ea=" o# II AmH, he "%ea=" o# hi" "oul -eing one !ith Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"") But !hen the orinar& %er"on "%ea=" o# II AmH he re#er" to hi" -o&, or
%h&"ical %o""e""ion" or intellectual ac<ui"ition"E a" #or e.am%le, a man ma& "a&, II am
"trong,H or, II am rich,H or, II am a "%eciali"t in literature or %hilo"o%h&)H Bhene3er an
orinar& man "a&", II am #ull o# 3italit&,H he "%ea=" o# the &outh#ul li#e limite -& the #rame o#
hi" -o&)
But !hen 'e"u" "a&", II am the re"urrection,H he mean", II am Chri"t Con"ciou"ne""
in !hich all "oul" ri"e #rom a lo!er "tate o# con"ciou"ne"" to a higher "tate o# inner
e3elo%ment)H Bhen 'e"u" "a&", II am the li#e,H he cannot -e accu"e o# egoti"m, "ince he
meant, IM& li#e i" one !ith the co"mic li#e in e3er&thing) That i" !h& I #eel all li3ing creature"
are -orn out o# me an "lee% in me)H
Meaning o# IBelie#H
Hi" !or", IHe that -elie3eth in me,H re#er" not to tho"e !ho -elie3e 'e"u" li3e
%h&"icall&, -ut to tho"e a3ance e3otee" !ho ha3e %racticall& con3ince them"el3e" o#
their con"ciou"ne""M e.%an"ion to the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in e3er&thing)
IThough he !ere eaH re#er" to -oth %h&"ical eath an "%iritual eath) One !ho i"
in tune !ith Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" can rea%%ear in hi" ea -o& i# he !i"he") One !ho i"
tem%oraril& "%irituall& ea can regain hi" Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"") IYet "hall he li3eH re#er"
to the re"urrection o# li#e in the %h&"ical -o& or the re"urrection o# a "oul #rom a lo!er
"%here to a higher "%here o# con"ciou"ne"")
IBho"oe3er li3eth in me an -elie3eth in meH re#er" to an&one !ho %ermanentl&
commune" !ith Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin him an hence -elie3eth or i" con3ince o#
the immortal Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" e<uall& %re"ent in him an Chri"t)
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IShall ne3er ieH re#er" -oth to "%iritual an %h&"ical eath) All "oul" !ho can
%ermanentl& commune !ith Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ill ne3er !itne"" "%iritual eath through
ignorance or %h&"ical eath through #orce reincarnation") Soul" !ho li3e on earth
ienti#ie !ith their -oie" create human e"ire" !hich -ring them -ac= there man& time"
until their earthl& e"ire" are !or=e out an the& return to Go) Soul" !ho o3ercome
material e"ire" -ecome %illar" in the man"ion o# Go an Igo no more out)H +i-erate
"oul" o not ha3e to incarnate an con"e<uentl& o not e.%erience the eath o# the
%h&"ical -o&) Soul" !ho are one !ith Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ill al"o ne3er e.%erience the
eath o# !i"om through ignorance)
Martha, -eing an a3ance i"ci%le o# 'e"u", uner"too !hat he meant !hen he
"ai, II am the re"urrection an the li#e,H an thu" !ith reali?ation an Cu"ti#ication "he
"%o=e, unli=e the orinar& -lin -elie3er, IYe", +or, I -elie3e that thou art the Chri"t, the
"on o# Go mani#e"t in thi" -o& name 'e"u")H
“/nd said, ?9here ha*e ye laid hi#A? They said unto hi#, ?Lord, )o#e and see.?
;esus we&t. Then said the ;ews, ?.ehold how he lo*ed hi#H?
“/nd so#e of the# said, ?,ould not this #an, whi)h o&ened the eyes of the blind,
ha*e )aused that e*en this #an should not ha*e diedA? ;esus therefore again groaning in
hi#self )o#eth to the gra*e. =t was a )a*e, and a stone lay u&on it.”
(;ohn 11:34-3F
Hi" (ni3er"al S&m%ath&
Bhen 'e"u", human an i3ine a" he !a", "a! Mar& an the 'e!" !ee%ing he #elt
the 3i-ration" o# their "orro! !ithin hi" great "%irit through hi" uni3er"al "&m%ath&) 'e"u"
!e%t not -ecau"e he !a" o3er!helme !ith grie# -ut -ecau"e !ith hi" tener i3inel&
"en"iti3e heart he #elt the o3er!helming grie# o# hi" -elo3e i"ci%le", Mar& an Martha,
an their #rien")
“;esus said, ?Take ye away the stone.? !artha, the sister of hi# that was dead, saith
unto hi#, ?Lord, by this ti#e he stinketh: for he hath been dead four days.?
“;esus saith unto her, ?(aid = not unto thee, that, if thou wouldest belie*e, thou
shouldest see the glory of 3odA?
(;ohn 11:37-4G
IDi not I tell &ou an ma=e &ou #eel m& 3i-ration" that i# &ou are con3ince o# the
all6%o!er#ul Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me &ou !ill -e a-le to -ehol the %o!er an glor& o#
Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", to -e mani#e"te "hortl&JH
The a-o3e !or", IG+ORY OF GOD,H "igni#ie", not that Go "ee=" glor& or the
recognition o# man, -ut that a3ance e3otee" are %ri3ilege to -ehol the glor& or acti3e
mani#e"tation o# the %o!er o# Go on earth)
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“Then they took away the stone fro# the &la)e where the dead was laid. /nd ;esus
lifted u& his eyes, and said, ?:/T'50, = T'/1@ T'55 T'/T T'2+ '/(T '5/04 !5.
/14 = @159 T'/T T'2+ '5/05(T !5 /L9/$(: .+T .5,/+(5 2: T'5 "52"L5
9'=,' (T/14 .$ = (/=4 =T, T'/T T'5$ !/$ .5L=5>5 T'/T T'2+ '/(T (51T
!5.?”
(;ohn 11:41-48
IO e3er6con"ciou", e3er6!i"e, e3er6re"%oning Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", I than= thee
that thou ha"t 3i-rate th& a-"olute %o!er in the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in me) Bithout
ou-t I a-"olutel& an intuiti3el& =no! that thou o"t al!a&" 3i-rate th& a-"olute %o!er o#
Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" in re"%on"e to the 3i-rating i3ine !i"he" in m& Chri"t Intelligence)
But #or the -ene#it o# the %eo%le aroun me I eclare it Fthou heare"t me al!a&"G, that the&
ma& =no! m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" i" the re#lection o# Th& Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" an
ha" -een mani#e"t in m& -o& calle 'e"u" through th& "o3ereign !i"h)H
Bhen 'e"u" "ai, IFather, I than= thee that thou ha"t hear me,H he teache" all
man=in that Go i" not onl& a S%irit -ut through e3otion re"%on" li=e a human #ather) I#
the human #atherM" =inne"" to the chil i" the re#lection o# the Hea3enl& FatherM" =inne""
then ho! much more =in i" the Hea3enl& Father to that chil an to all hi" human chilren)
Bhen 'e"u" "a&", II =ne! that thou heare"t me al!a&",H he "igni#ie" that through eternit&
the Chri"t Intelligence !hich he #elt !ithin him"el# i" a-le to intelligentl& irect the !or= o# all
creation through %o!er recei3e #rom Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"")
IAl!a&"H inicate" throughout eternit& the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" i" !or=ing the !ill o#
Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" in the uni3er"e)
“/nd when he thus had s&oken, he )ried with a loud *oi)e, ?LaKarus, )o#e forth.?
/nd he that was dead )a#e forth, bound hand and foot with gra*e)lothes: and his fa)e
was bound about with a na&kin. ;esus saith unto the#, ?Loose hi#, and let hi# go.?”
(;ohn 11:43-44
IO &e i"em-oie "oul o# +a?aru", rea%%ear in the -o& mae !hole -& the Co"mic
Energ& o# Go)H
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/8
'ES(S EPP+AINS THE MEANING OF SATAN
AND HOB TO O*ERCOME HIS BOR+D DE+(SION D
THE TBOFO+D D(TY OF MAN
“Then #any of the ;ews whi)h )a#e to !ary, and had seen the things whi)h ;esus
did, belie*ed on hi#. .ut so#e of the# went their ways to the "harisees, and told the#
what things ;esus had done. Then gathered the )hief &riests and the "harisees a )oun)il,
and said, ?9hat do weA for this #an doeth #any #ira)les. =f we let hi# thus alone, all #en
will belie*e on hi#: and the 0o#ans shall )o#e and take away both our &la)e and nation.?
“/nd one of the#, na#ed ,aia&has, being the high &riest that sa#e year, said unto
the#, ?$e know nothing at all, 1or )onsider that it is e6&edient for us, that one #an should
die for the &eo&le, and that the whole nation &erish not.? /nd this s&ake he not of hi#self:
but being high &riest that year, he &ro&hesied that ;esus should die for that nation; /nd not
for that nation only, but that also he should gather together in one the )hildren of 3od that
were s)attered abroad.
“Then fro# that day forth they took )ounsel together for to &ut hi# to death. ;esus
therefore walked no #ore o&enly a#ong the ;ews; but went then)e unto a )ountry near to
the wilderness, into a )ity )alled 5&hrai#, and there )ontinued with his dis)i&les. /nd the
;ews? &asso*er was nigh at hand: and #any went out of the )ountry u& to ;erusale#
before the &asso*er, to &urify the#sel*es. Then sought they for ;esus, and s&ake a#ong
the#sel*es, as they stood in the te#&le, ?9hat think ye, that he will not )o#e to the feastA?
1ow both the )hief &riests and the "harisees had gi*en a )o##and#ent, that, if any #an
knew where he were, he should shew it, that they #ight take hi#.”
(;ohn 11:4I-IE
“/nd it )a#e to &ass, when the ti#e was )o#e that he should be re)ei*ed u&, he
steadfastly set his fa)e to go to ;erusale#, /nd sent #essengers before his fa)e: and they
went, and entered into a *illage of the (a#aritans, to #ake ready for hi#. /nd they did not
re)ei*e hi#, be)ause his fa)e was as though he would go to ;erusale#.
“/nd when his dis)i&les ;a#es and ;ohn saw this, they said, ?Lord, wilt thou that we
)o##and fire to )o#e down fro# hea*en, and )onsu#e the#, e*en as 5lias didA?
“.ut he turned, and rebuked the#, and said, ?$5 @129 12T 9'/T !/1150 2:
("=0=T $5 /05 2:. :20 T'5 (21 2: !/1 =( 12T ,2!5 T2 45(T02$ !51?(
L=>5(, .+T T2 (/>5 T'5!.? /nd they went to another *illage.”
(Luke 7:I1-IC
IYou are not a!are o# !hat i3ine nature &ou are mae) Other!i"e &ou !oul not
e.%re"" the "%irit o# re3enge, thu" u"ing the e3il #orce, -eing in#luence -& "atanic
emotion") For the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" i" mani#e"t in the -o& Fthe Son o# ManG not to
e"tro& menM" li3e" -& e3il #orce" -ut to "a3e them #rom eath an elu"ion -& i3ine %o!er
an i3ine !a&")H
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In the a-o3e !or", 'e"u" tell" hi" i"ci%le" to i##erentiate the image o# Go an
i3ine <ualitie" in them #rom the "atanic #orce" an e3il" ari"ing in them through the
channel o# ignorance) 'e"u", clearl& remem-ering hi" i3ine mi""ion on earth, %oint" out
that he !a" to u"e i3ine #orce not #or !or=ing e"truction -ut #or "a3ing "oul")
'e"u" reali?e that i# he u"e the i3ine #orce #or e3il %ur%o"e", he !oul -ecome
the in"trument o# Satan) He tol hi" i"ci%le" that, in orer to %lea"e Go, the& ought to
-ring out the hien goone"" -& goo action" !hich i" o#ten ecli%"e -ehin "atanic
thought") 'e"u" tol hi" i"ci%le", #urther, that the e3il #orce coul not -e con<uere -& e3il
-ut -& the goo #orce o# Go)
+o3e Con<uer" Anger
It i" a common -luner #or %eo%le to tr& to con<uer anger in other" -& anger, !hen
anger can -e con<uere onl& -& lo3e) To tr& to "u%%re"" e3il %eo%le -& #ire an "!or i"
ine##ectualE e3en i# their -oie" are con<uere -& e3il %o!er, their "oul" remain "tronger in
e3il an anger Cu"t the "ame) In orer to con<uer e3il, one mu"t u"e the i3ine %o!er o#
lo3e) Million" o# %eo%le are oing e3il, -ut the& are not ramaticall& %uni"he -& %o!er#ul
#orce" "ent #rom hea3en, -ecau"e Go !ant" to con<uer them onl& -& lo3e an !i"om,
!hi"%ere to them through their o!n con"cience) Since Go ha" gi3en men #ree !ill to
choo"e -et!een goo an e3il, He there#ore oe" not inter#ere !ith man -& "to%%ing hi"
e3il action" -& u"e o# hea3enl& %o!er")
Go trie" to in#luence hi" error6"tric=en chilren through the hum-le #orgi3ing
%er"onalitie" o# hi" true "aint" an e3otee") Chri"tli=e "oul" !ho commune !ith Go ha3e
i"tinctl& eclare that an&one !ho a"%ire" to =no! Him mu"t -eha3e in a Goli=e manner
an mu"t learn to con<uer e3il -& goo, hate -& lo3e, re3enge#ul action" -& lo3ing hel%#ul
action", un=inne"" -& =inne"", har"hne"" -& "!eetne"", %rie -& hum-lene"", cruelt& -&
=inne"", unrighteou"ne"" -& righteou"ne"", #al"ehoo -& truth, Cealou"& -& lo3e,
tem%tation -& meitation, re"tle""ne"" -& calmne"", har"h "%eech -& "!eet "%eech, e3il
-eha3ior -& goo -eha3ior, "el#i"hne"" -& un"el#i"h -eha3ior, theological arrogance -&
Sel#6reali?ation)
'e"u" clearl& tol hi" i"ci%le" to remem-er the %re"ence o# Go an goone"" in
them an to e"tro& all %ara"ite" o# e3il !hich came into them through ignorance) He tol
hi" i"ci%le" that hi" mi""ion on earth !a" to e.%an human li3e" into the con"ciou"ne"" o#
Go an not e"tro& them into the o-li3ion o# eath)
“/14 /12T'50 /L(2 (/=4, ?L204, = 9=LL :2LL29 T'55; .+T L5T !5 :=0(T
32 .=4 T'5! :/0595LL, 9'=,' /05 /T '2!5 /T !$ '2+(5.?
“/14 ;5(+( (/=4 +1T2 '=!, ?12 !/1, '/>=13 "+T '=( '/14 T2 T'5
"L2+3', /14 L22@=13 ./,@, =( :=T :20 T'5 @=1342! 2: 324.?”
(Luke 7:C1-C8
An& "%iritual man o# renunciation !ho, ha3ing renounce the limitation" o# a material
en3ironment an getting rea& to %lough hi" con"ciou"ne"" !ith i"ci%line an !i"om,
loo=" -ac=!ar to hi" #or"a=en material en3ironment, i" not #it to concentrate on the
attainment o# the 3a"t =ingom o# Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" hien !ithin)
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In the a-o3e !or", 'e"u" e"cri-e" 3er& clearl& the "trict %ath o# the man o#
renunciation) To renounce all thing" #or the attainment o# Go Con"ciou"ne"" i" !i"e
-ecau"e nothing can -e enCo&e !ithout the con"ciou"ne"" -orro!e #rom Go) During
eath e3er& one i" com%elle to lea3e e3er&thing in"tantaneou"l&, !ithout notice) It i" !i"er
to lea3e e3er&thing 3oluntaril& an o a!a& !ith all material entanglement" #or the
attainment o# Go, until Go i" reali?e) It i" -etter to %er#orm all material utie" a#ter
reali?ing Go, #or then the& cannot %rouce mi"er&) To tr& to %er#orm material utie" !ith a
"%irituall& untraine human con"ciou"ne"" i" to -e the 3ictim o# gree, anger, "el#i"hne"",
i"ea"e, mi"er&, !orr&, #ear an eath) There#ore, "aint" are Cu"ti#ie in thin=ing that !hen
the& %er#orm material utie" a#ter attaining Go, the& can reall& -e ha%%& "%irituall& an
materiall&)
The Scri%ture" o# Inia a3i"e that chilren "houl lea3e their material home
en3ironment an li3e in the com%an& o# great "%iritual teacher" #or "e3eral &ear") A#ter
recei3ing a thorough "%iritual training the chilren return to lea the li3e" o# hou"eholer")
The& -ecome ieal "%iritual e.am%le" in "ociet& in that the& go3ern their material li3e" -&
"%iritual i"ci%line an i3ine ha%%ine"") O# cour"e, there are "ome chilren in Inia !ho
-ecome renunciate" throughout li#e) 'e"u" him"el# !a" a man o# renunciation, ne3er ha3ing
marrie nor ienti#ie him"el# !ith a "ingle #amil&) He =ne! hi" #ather !a" Go an hi"
=ingom !a" in all "%ace)
The .haga*ad 3ita "a&", IFor"a=e all utie" in orer to thin= o# Me alone,H #or no
utie" can -e %er#orme !ithout -orro!ing the %o!er" o# -rain an mental energ& !hich
come #rom Go alone) II "hall #ree thee #rom all "in accruing #rom the non6%er#ormance o#
"mall utie" an other "in" i# &ou "incerel& "ee= Me, !ho am the gi3er o# li#e to all)H
In another %lace the .haga*ad 3ita "a&", IAn&one !ho out!arl& renounce" the
limitation" o# a material en3ironment an retire" in "olitue -ut in!arl& =ee%" thin=ing o#
the tem%orar& Co&" o# that #or"a=en material en3ironment i" a %retener an not #it to
uner"tan the im%ortance o# #or"a=ing the tran"itor& %lea"ure o# li#e #or the e3er6la"ting
-li"" o# S%irit)H
'e"u" =ne! that the %"&cholog& o# renunciation con"i"te in e3acuating all material
e"ire" #rom the min in orer to ma=e it a tem%le o# Go Con"ciou"ne"") 'e"u", a" in the
.haga*ad 3ita, %ointe out that a %er"on i" #ooli"h to out!arl& renounce material
%lea"ure" !hile he i" in!arl& thin=ing o# them) Such a %er"on oe" not recei3e the -ene#it
o# Go6contact) Along !ith out!ar renunciation o# material %lea"ure", there mu"t -e
in!ar renunciation o# them al"o) Bhen that i" accom%li"he the min, #ree #rom "en"e6
%lea"ure an material ha-it" -egin" to -e e"ta-li"he in the =ingom o# -li"" in meitation)
Inner Renunciation
It i" a %"&chological an meta%h&"ical im%o""i-ilit& to -e #ree #rom a -a ha-it -&
material renunciation) E3il ha-it" are gone onl& !hen the& are ca"t o## #rom the omain o#
thought a" !ell a" action") Since thought i" the "%ring o# action, thin=ing e3il ma& -e a"
angerou" a" acting e3il) All e3otee" mu"t reali?e that mental renunciation i" o# %rimar&
im%ortance in the attainment o# Go) It i" -etter to %ractice inner renunciation in the !orl
than, !ithout %re%aration, to run a!a& #rom the !orl in a #ore"t an remain there, -rooing
o3er the #or"a=en earth& Co&") The %ath o# Yoga teache" one to commune !ith Go #ir"t -&
"%iritual techni<ue !hile li3ing in the !orl, an not merel& to out!arl& renounce the !orl
an -ecome a "ocial %ara"ite, e%ening #or #oo on the earning" o# har6!or=ing !orll&
%eo%le)
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Great teacher" !ho renounce the !orl an o##er high "%iritual "er3ice are Cu"ti#ie in
renouncing the "maller utie" o# a #amil& li#e #or the greater ut& to the greater human
#amil&) Man& %eo%le !ho are a#rai to "truggle #or a li3ing o#ten tr& to renounce !orll& li#e
an li3e on other") Such %eo%le -ecome mentall& an %h&"icall& an "%irituall& ile an
ne3er attain Go Con"ciou"ne"") Onl& tho"e !ho lea3e e3er&thing, in!arl& im%elle -&
the "incere lo3e o# Go, are Cu"ti#ie in their renunciation) Such renunciate" o not care
!hether the& "tar3e or ie #or the lo3e o# Go)
“?32 $2+0 9/$(: .5'2L4, = (514 $2+ :20T' /( L/!.( /!213 92L>5(.
,/00$ 15=T'50 "+0(5, 120 (,0=", 120 ('25(: /14 (/L+T5 12 !/1 .$ T'5
9/$.?
“?/14 =1T2 9'/T(25>50 '2+(5 $5 51T50, :=0(T (/$, ?"5/,5 .5 T2
T'=( '2+(5.? /14 =: T'5 (21 2: "5/,5 .5 T'505, $2+0 "5/,5 ('/LL 05(T
+"21 =T: =: 12T, =T ('/LL T+01 T2 $2+ /3/=1.?
“?/14 =1 T'5 (/!5 '2+(5 05!/=1, 5/T=13 /14 40=1@=13 (+,' T'=13(
/( T'5$ 3=>5: :20 T'5 L/.2+050 =( 920T'$ 2: '=( '=05. 32 12T :02!
'2+(5 T2 '2+(5. /14 =1T2 9'/T(25>50 ,=T$ $5 51T50, /14 T'5$ 05,5=>5
$2+, 5/T (+,' T'=13( /( /05 (5T .5:205 $2+: /14 '5/L T'5 (=,@ T'/T
/05 T'505=1, /14 (/$ +1T2 T'5!, ?T'5 @=1342! 2: 324 =( ,2!5 1=3' +1T2
$2+.?”
(Luke 1G:3-7
IA#ter -eing true la-orer" or e3otee" an ha3ing rea%e the har3e"t o# !i"om an
Go6contact, go to the !orl to "hare &our i3ine reali?ation !ith other") In &our tra3el" o
not -uren &our con"ciou"ne"" !ith material thing" li=e %ur"e" an clothe") Do not "alute
an& man on the !a& -ut !ithin &our min =ee% thin=ing o# Go, gi3ing highe"t re"%ect to
Him) Bhen &ou enter a hou"e gi3e %eace unto it) Remain there acce%ting that ho"%italit&,
eat an&thing gi3en &ou, heal the "ic= an tell them the =ingom o# hea3enl& -li"" lie"
hien 3er& near, Cu"t -ehin their !a=ing con"ciou"ne"") Teach them -& meitation to
enter into the =ingom o# Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" an i3ine -li"")H
“?'5 T'/T '5/05T' $2+ '5/05T' !5: /14 '5 T'/T 45("=(5T' $2+
45("=(5T' !5: /14 '5 T'/T 45("=(5T' !5 45("=(5T' '=! T'/T (51T !5.?”
(Luke 1G:1C
IAn& e3otee !ho li"ten" to &our teaching" an #ollo!" &ou #ollo!" me) O &e
i"ci%le", m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" i" !ith &ou through &our e3otion an meitation, an
an&one !ho !ill -e in tune !ith &ou !ill -e in tune !ith m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"") An&one
!ho hate" &ou hate" m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" an re-el" again"t itE he i" out o# tune !ith
the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", !ho"e re#lection I am)H
In the a-o3e !or" 'e"u" em%ha"i?e" ho! truth6"ee=er" can reach Co"mic
Con"ciou"ne"" -& tuning their con"ciou"ne"" !ith true guru6%rece%tor", !ho in turn ha3e
-een traine -& their Chri"tli=e teacher") Through the hierarch& an chain o# true guru6
%rece%tor" a truth6"ee=er i" %ro%erl& introuce to Go)
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“/nd the se*enty returned again with Joy, saying, ?Lord, e*en the de*ils are subJe)t
unto us through thy na#e.?
“/nd he said unto the#, ?= .5'5L4 (/T/1 /( L=3'T1=13 :/LL :02! '5/>51.?
“?.5'2L4, = 3=>5 +1T2 $2+ "2950 T2 T05/4 21 (50"51T( /14
(,20"=21(, /14 2>50 /LL T'5 "2950 2: T'5 515!$: /14 12T'=13 ('/LL
.$ /1$ !5/1( '+0T $2+.?
“?12T9=T'(T/14=13 =1 T'=( 05;2=,5 12T, T'/T T'5 ("=0=T( /05
(+.;5,T +1T2 $2+; .+T 0/T'50 05;2=,5, .5,/+(5 $2+0 1/!5( /05
90=TT51 =1 '5/>51.?”
(Luke 1G:1E-8G
IBhile I !a" in m& omni%re"ent Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" I -ehel "atanic elu"ion a" a
con"ciou" co"mic #orce an lightning6li=e energ& re%ul"e out o# hea3enl& Co"mic
Con"ciou"ne"") Behol, I gi3e &ou i3ine %o!er -& !hich &ou !ill -e a-le to con<uer
Satan6create "er%ent" an "cor%ion" an all human enemie" an animal %e"t" "o that
nothing "hall in an& !a& hurt &ou %h&"icall&) Behol, through m& Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" I
!ill gi3e &ou the !ill%o!er -& !hich &ou !ill -e a-le to control the coile "er%ent #orce at
the -a"e o# the "%ine !hich #ee" the "e. e"ire" an other "cor%ion6li=e, tormenting,
%oi"onou", e3il in"tinct") Bhen &ou =no! the techni<ue o# !ithra!ing the coile "er%ent
#orce #rom the -a"e o# the "%ine to the hea3enl& region in the cere-rum, then &ou !ill ha3e
#ull "el#6control o3er the unrul& "e.6#orce an all other tormenting e3il e"ire" !hich o-"truct
the e3otee #rom attaining hea3enl& -li"") Be not elate that the e3il "%irit" an e3il #orce"
are uner &our control, -ut rather reCoice in the %o"iti3e #act that &our "oul" ha3e attaine
enough i3ine Sel#6reali?ation that the& ha3e acce"" to the hea3enl& region o# Co"mic
Con"ciou"ne"")H
Origin o# Satan
In the"e !or", 'e"u" e"cri-e" the origin o# Satan !ho !a" originall& an archangel
or con"ciou" hea3enl& #orce eno!e !ith co"mic energ& to create onl& -eauti#ul thing" in
creation) Thi" archangel o# Go !a" gi3en the %o!er an #reeom to create an&thing he
%lea"e accoring to the !ill o# Go) But later !hen all create thing" reache %er#ection
an -egan to retire into Go again, the archangel !a" a#rai o# lo"ing hi" %o!er o# creation
a#ter all thing" !ere !ithra!n into Go a#ter a %er#ect munane e.i"tence) There#ore the
archangel re-elle again"t Go an create %attern" o# e3il" to counteract the %attern" o#
goo create accoring to the !ill o# Go) E3er "ince Satan ha" create %ain, mortal
e"ire", eath, inharmon& an !ar#are in nature an men, "o that -& im%er#ection the&
-ecome tie to the earth %lane an cannot retire in Go an -ecome i""ol3e in Him) Thi"
i" !hat 'e"u" meant -& Satan #alling #rom hea3en)
The archangel, !ith co"mic energ& tune !ith hea3en, create %er#ect hea3enl&
thing" in all creation) But e3er "ince the archangel re-elle again"t Go Con"ciou"ne"", he
!a" turne into a #orce #allen #rom i3ine grace, not guie -& hea3enl& 3i-ration" o# Go)
All Co"mic Intelligent Energ&, !or=ing in tune !ith the 3i-ration" o# Co"mic Con"ciou"ne""
or the !ill o# Go, i" calle energ& !or=ing in tune !ith Go Con"ciou"ne"") But an&
energ& !hich i" controlle -& the con"ciou" co"mic #orce o# Satan i" terme "atanic energ&
#allen #rom hea3en) A" in "%ace the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" i" hea3en, "o that "%here o#
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"%ace !here there i" the creation an %re"ence o# im%er#ect creation i" the #iel o# the
"atanic e3il #orce tr&ing to !or= im%er#ection in all creation)
Similarl&, in the human -o& there are t!o i"tinct region" D the hea3enl& region an
the "atanic region) In the human -o& the hea3enl& region e.ten" #rom the or"al %le.u"
an heart center u% to the cere-ral %le.u") The "atanic region an the rece%tacle o# -a"er
in"tinct" e.ten #rom -elo! the heart, through the lum-ar, "acral, an cocc&geal %le.u"e")
Bhen all the energ& #rom the "en"e" in centere in the -rain -& meitation, the e3otee i"
"%o=en o# a" ha3ing attaine hea3en) But mo"t %eo%le !ho o not meitate #in their
con"ciou"ne"" #lo!ing o!n!ar" !ith the "atanic lighting, or li#e #orce #alling #rom the
hea3enl& region o# the -rain o!n to the region o# the "en"e")
A3oi Sen"e Delu"ion
The "atanic #orce in e3er& human -eing =ee%" the lightning6li=e li#e #orce
continuou"l& #alling #rom the hea3enl& region to!ar" the "en"e") That i" !h& the
"earchlight o# the "en"e" re3eal" to u" the attraction o# "en"e o-Cect" onl&) That i" !hat
'e"u" al"o #oun in the -oie" o# hi" i"ci%le" D the li#e #orce #alling #rom the -rain
o!n!ar") But 'e"u" taught them -& meitation an !ill %o!er to re3er"e the li#e #orce
-rain!ar) Thi" ena-le the i"ci%le" to enCo& the hea3enl& con"ciou"ne"" in the -rain an
-ecome #ree #rom the torturing "e. #orce")
The li#e #orce !ithra!n into the -rain re3eal" hea3enl& -li"" an hea3enl& #orce"
an %re3ent" the -a"er "en"ation" !hich %er3ae the lum-ar, "acral, an cocc&geal
%le.u"e" #rom reaching the -rain) Thi" i" !h& 'e"u" "ai to hi" i"ci%le" that the& "houl
reCoice, not onl& #or -eing #ree #rom e3il" or e3il %a""ion" at the -a"e o# the "%ine, -ut #or
the %o!er to !ithra! the energ& through the coile "er%ent6li=e %a""age at the -a"e o# the
"%ine an thu" e"ta-li"h their con"ciou"ne"" in the hea3enl& region in the -rain)
Bhen 'e"u" "ai, IYour name" are !ritten in hea3en,H he meant that the i"ci%le"
ha ac<uire enough "%iritualit& -& o-eience an meitation to -e recalle to the man"ion
o# the Hea3enl& Father)
“=n that hour ;esus reJoi)ed in s&irit, and said, ?= T'/1@ T'55, 2 :/T'50, L204
2: '5/>51 /14 5/0T', T'/T T'2+ '/(T '=4 T'5(5 T'=13( :02! T'5 9=(5
/14 "0+451T, /14 '/(T 05>5/L54 T'5! +1T2 ./.5(: 5>51 (2, :/T'50;
:20 (2 =T (55!54 3224 =1 T'$ (=3'T.?
“?/LL T'=13( /05 45L=>5054 T2 !5 2: !$ :/T'50: /14 12 !/1
@1295T' 9'2 T'5 (21 =(, .+T T'5 :/T'50; /14 9'2 T'5 :/T'50 =(, .+T
T'5 (21, /14 '5 T2 9'2! T'5 (21 9=LL 05>5/L '=!.?”
(Luke 1G:81-88
Hien From Egoti"t"
II than= Thee, O Hea3enl& Father, %er3aing a" Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" in the
3i-rationle"" region -e&on creation Fhea3enG, an a" Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" e.i"ting in all
3i-rator& creation FearthG, -ecau"e You ha3e =e%t the inner !i"om hien #rom the
egoti"ticall& !i"e an theoreticall& %ruent ini3iual", an ha3e re3eale the m&"ter& o#
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truth unto "im%le, chilli=e "on" o# Thine !ho are -ut -a-e" in !i"om com%are to Th&
!i"om) E3en "o, Hea3enl& Father, #or the a-o3e %roceure o# re3ealing Your"el# unto Th&
chilren !ho are #ille !ith "%iritual "im%licit& an "incerit& "eem" %ro%er in Th& Cugment)
IAll truth an !i"om in Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" are tran"mitte to the Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"" "o that all creation can -e intelligentl& go3erne -& it) No materiall&6mine
man =no!" !ho the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" FSonG i" e.ce%t the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne""
!hich i" the Father o# Chri"t Con"ciou"ne""E no one =no!" the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne""
unle"" he trie" to =no! it through Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" FSonG) De3otee" can reach Co"mic
Con"ciou"ne"" onl& -& #ir"t #eeling the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" in meitation)H
'e"u" al"o "ai el"e!here4 II an m& Father are one)H 'e"u" "cienti#icall& reali?e the
unit& o# the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ithin hi" con"ciou"ne"" an the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"")
A" the re#lection o# the moon in the la=e an the moon in the "=& are e""entiall& the "ame,
"o Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", mirrore in all co"mic 3i-ration a" Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"", i" the
"ame a" the Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" !hich e.i"t" -e&on all 3i-ration)
The Higher Ec"ta"&
The orinar& man i" -oun -& the con"ciou"ne"" o# the -o& an it" relation", -ut -&
meitation he oe" a!a& !ith all -oil& attachment" an reali?e" the "u%er6-li"" o#
meitation !hich lie" -e&on the "u-con"ciou") The "u-con"ciou" i" e.%erience uring
"lee% or in a "emi6con"ciou" "tate o# ro!"ine"") The ee% "u%ercon"ciou" "tate i"
mar=e -& an un#athoma-le e%th o# -li"")
Bhen the e3otee goe" into ec"ta"& an -ecome" one !ith the "u%ercon"ciou"
"tate #or man& &ear", then he attain", !ith the hel% o# hi" Guru6Prece%tor an higher
techni<ue", the higher ec"ta"& in !hich he %ercei3e" a 3a"t light, an #eel" an enle""
con"ciou"ne"" in !hich he #in" all %lanet", uni3er"e", "tar6ri3er" an 3i-rator& o-Cect"
glimmering li=e glo!6!orm") Bhen the e3otee -& hi" inner e&e can "ee thi" 3a"t "%ace
an "ee hi" -o& a" !ell a" all other thing" in it, he i" "%o=en o# a" ha3ing attaine Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"") In thi" "tate, the e3otee #eel" the !hole uni3er"e o# 3i-ration an
e3er&thing in it a" hi" o!n, Cu"t a" he #eel" all the cell" an the i##erent %art" o# hi" o!n
%h&"ical -o&) A#ter attaining Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"", the e3otee goe" #urther, -e&on all
3i-rator& "%ace, into an ine"cri-a-le "tate o# Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" !here e.i"t %ure,
e3er6ne! Co&, con"ciou"ne"" an e.i"tence) Here in thi" Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"" no eie"
o# 3i-ration or change can e3er i"tur- the 3i"ion o# con"ciou"ne"" o# the e3otee)
A#ter attaining thi" "tate in thi" highe"t ec"ta"& or 1irbikal&a (a#adhi, the e3otee
"imultaneou"l& -ehol" an #eel" -oth the 3i-rationle"" Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", an the
ocean o# 3i-ration !ith -u--le" o# create %lanet", ne-ulae, comet", "tar" an uni3er"e")
Chri"t attaine thi" "tate, hence he "ai, IThe Father FCo"mic Con"ciou"ne""G =no!" the
Son FChri"t Con"ciou"ne""G an the Son =no!" the Father)H
“/nd he turned hi# unto his dis)i&les, and said &ri*ately, ?.L5((54 /05 T'5
5$5( 9'=,' (55 T'5 T'=13( T'/T $5 (55:?
“?:or = tell you, that #any &ro&hets and kings ha*e desired to see those things whi)h
ye see, and ha*e not seen the#; and to hear those things whi)h ye hear and ha*e not
heard the#.?”
(Luke 1G:83-84
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IBle""e are &our %h&"ical e&e", #or &our li3e" are #ull o# goo =arma -& !hich &ou
"ee the miracle" o# the "ilent Go through m& li#e) Man& %ro%het" an %o!er#ul =ing" ha3e
e"ire to "ee tho"e i3ine emon"tration !hich &ou "ee, an the& ha3e not -een a-le to
"ee them) Man& e3otee" ha3e trie to hear the !or" o# !i"om #rom a Go6=no!n "oul
-ut ha3e not -een a-le to ha3e that %ri3ilege)H
The Humilit& o# Go
Centurie" %a"" -e#ore a i3ine "oul come" on earth !ho can o%enl& an &et "u-tl&
emon"trate the %o!er" an %roo#" o# the %re"ence o# the great Go, !ho in Hi"
hum-lene"" ha" 3o!e Him"el# to "ilence) Go i" "o great an "o all6=no!ing an e3er6
uner"taning that He "ilentl& goe" on regulating Hi" 3a"t #amil& o# the co"mo" !ithout
"ee=ing an& recognition #rom man -& an& "ho! o# Hi" %o!er an e.cellence)
Man, on the other han, li=e" to -elie3e in Go through "ome e#inite %roo# o# Hi"
e.i"tence an -& i3ine miracle") Great e3otee" =no! that Go ne3er "ati"#ie" -&
miracle" the ile curio"it& o# ou-ting Thoma"e") But Go ha" -een !or=ing enough
miracle" in nature an ha" gi3en man the greate"t gi#t o# intelligence "o that he "houl -e
a-le to uner"tan that all thing" incluing hi" min come #rom Di3ine Intelligence)
Man "houl u"e hi" Go6gi3en intelligence an #reeom o# !ill to lo3e an "ee= Go
in %re#erence to the o-Cect" create -& Him in the co"mo") Go ga3e man #reeom to
choo"e Him an Hi" Bi"om, or Satan an hi" elu"ion) Go ga3e man, mae in Hi" o!n
image, Hi" highe"t gi#t o# #reeom o# !ill) I# %erchance man u"e" hi" #ree !ill to ca"t Satan
a!a& an "ee= Go, that !oul %lea"e Him mo"t) That i" !h& 'e"u" "ai, IThoma",
-ecau"e thou ha"t "een me, thou ha"t -elie3e) Ble""e are the& that ha3e not "een, an
&et ha3e -elie3e)H
It i" the nature o# Go to "ilentl& an "u-tl& re3eal Him"el# unto Hi" e3otee") 'e"u",
=no!ing GoM" !ill, re#u"e to o##er "%ectacular "ign" an miracle" to %ro3e hi" i3init& an
GoM" %re"ence) 'e"u" re3eale hi" miracle" o# healing, rai"ing the ea, !al=ing on the
"ea, to the true -elie3er", "trictl& uner i3ine guiance an %ermi""ion) He al!a&"
em%ha"i?e that he !a" "trictl& oing the !ill o# Go !ho "ent him) That i" !h& 'e"u" "a&"
that it !a" 3er& #ortunate #or the i"ci%le" to -e a-le to !itne"" the mani#e"tation o# i3ine
%o!er" !hich are 3er& "elom o%enl& mani#e"te a" in the li#e o# 'e"u" an a #e! great
ma"ter" o# Inia)
“/nd, behold, a )ertain lawyer stood u&, and te#&ted hi#, saying, ?!aster, what
shall = do to inherit eternal lifeA?
“'e said unto hi#, ?9hat is written in the lawA how readest thouA?
“/nd he answering said, ?T'2+ ('/LT L2>5 T'5 L204 T'$ 324 9=T' /LL
T'$ '5/0T, /14 9=T' /LL T'$ (2+L, /14 9=T' /LL T'$ (T0513T', /14 9=T'
/LL T'$ !=14; /14 T'$ 15=3'.2+0 /( T'$(5L:.?
“/nd he said unto hi#, ?Thou hast answered right: this do, and thou shalt li*e.?”
(Luke 1G:8I-8F
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T!o#ol Dut& o# Man
II# &ou can lo3e Go -& actual, ail& meitation an communion, an "ho! -& &our
action" that &ou lo3e &our neigh-or F&our i3ine -rotherG a" &ou lo3e &our"el#, then &ou !ill
ri"e a-o3e the con"ciou"ne"" o# elu"i3e change an -ehol the changele"" S%irit
e3er&!here)H
One o# the mo"t earne"t %ra&er" #rom 9his&ers fro# 5ternity i"4 IHea3enl& Father,
ma& Th& lo3e "hine #ore3er on the "anctuar& o# m& e3otion an ma& I -e a-le to a!a=en
Th& lo3e in all heart")H Thi" %ra&er %oint" out the highe"t ut& o# man D to lo3e Go an to
"hare that lo3e !ith hi" #ello! man)
One "houl "hare hi" i3ine attainment !ith hi" neigh-or" -ecau"e neigh-or" li3e
out"ie the #amil& an &et are nearer than the !orl at large) Per"on" through in"tinct
u"uall& gi3e e3er&thing to their #amilie" in %re#erence to "tranger") Peo%le neglect the
!orl, thin=ing it to -e #ar an i"tant) Bhen a %er"on li3e" Cu"t #or him"el#, #rom the
"%iritual "tan%oint he oe" not li3e at all, #or he cho=e" the e.%an"ion o# hi" li#e) But !hen
a %er"on e.ten" hi" "&m%ath& #rom hi" #amil& to hi" neigh-or" an to the !orl, he
e.%an" hi" little li#e into the greater li#e o# Go) Thi" connect" manM" li#e to it" "ource, the
Eternal +i#e)
Mo"t %eo%le li3e in a narro! !ell o# "el#i"hne"", ne3er #eeling the greater li#e o# Go)
An&one !ho li3e" !ithout =no!ing that hi" li#e come" #rom the eternal li#e oe" not li3e at
all) The "oul" o# tho"e !ho li3e a material li#e, ie an reincarnate, #orget their %a"t li3e"
an hence ma& -e "ai not to li3e at all) An& e3otee !ho -& meitation #eel" the eternal
li#e -ehin hi" mortal li#e li3e" #ore3er D that i", he i" con"ciou" o# hi" e.i"tence e3en a#ter
hi" eath, or e3en i# he ha" to go through "e3eral more incarnation" on earth)
The Para-le o# the Goo Samaritan
“.ut he, willing to Justify hi#self, said unto ;esus, ?/nd who is #y neighbourA?
“/nd ;esus answering said, ?/ )ertain #an went down fro# ;erusale# to ;eri)ho,
and fell a#ong thie*es, whi)h stri&&ed hi# of his rai#ent, and wounded hi#, and de&arted,
lea*ing hi# half dead. /nd by )han)e there )a#e down a )ertain &riest that way: and when
he saw hi#, he &assed by on the other side. /nd likewise a Le*ite, when he was at the
&la)e, )a#e and looked on hi#, and &assed by on the other side.?
“?.ut a )ertain (a#aritan, as he Journeyed, )a#e where he was: and when he saw
hi#, he had )o#&assion on hi#, /nd went to hi#, and bound u& his wounds, &ouring in oil
and wine, and set hi# on his own beast, and brought hi# to an inn, and took )are of hi#.?
“?/nd on the #orrow when he de&arted, he took out two &en)e, and ga*e the# to
the host, and said unto hi#, ?Take )are of hi#; and whatsoe*er thou s&endest #ore, when
= )o#e again, = will re&ay thee.? 9hi)h now of these three, thinkest thou, was neighbour
unto hi# that fell a#ong the thie*esA? /nd he said, ?'e that shewed #er)y on hi#.? Then
said ;esus unto hi#, ?3o, and do thou likewise.?”
(Luke 1G:87-3E
'e"u" here mar3elou"l& e"cri-e" the meaning o# a neigh-or, an e3er& manM" ut&
to hi" #ello! man) 'e"u" reali?e that it i" not %o""i-le #or an& man to loo= a#ter all hi" o!n
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utie" an al"o tho"e o# the "tric=en %eo%le o# the !orl) Human li#e i" "hort an it can o
onl& "o much) E3en 'e"u" e.%laine he came mo"tl& #or the nee" o# a certain %eo%le)
Bho I" Our INeigh-orHJ
E3en though 'e"u" an the ma"ter" "cheule the time o# their li3e" in orer to hel%
true e3otee", "till their teaching" can -e uni3er"all& #ollo!e through all time") B& the
a-o3e illu"tration 'e"u" intimate that though one cannot loo= a#ter all the a##licte %eo%le
o# the !orl, he "houl hel% an& a##licte %er"on !ho i" e#initel& thro!n in hi" %ath)
I# a man "ee" "ome-o& meet !ith an accient, he "houl con"ier him a" a
neigh-or or one !ho i" near him an rener him e3er& hel%, a" he !oul li=e to -e hel%e i#
he !ere in the "ame %o"ition) Hel%ing an& %er"on !ho ha%%en" to -e near &ou in &our o!n
neigh-orhoo or in a #oreign lan i" to lo3e &our neigh-or a" &our"el#) An&!here, an&one
!ho come" in clo"e relation"hi% !ith a %er"on %h&"icall&, mentall& or "%irituall&, i" a
neigh-or)
There are t!o !a&" o# =no!ing Go4 F/G B& lo3ing Go -& min, -& heart an -&
"oul) To lo3e Go I-& "trengthH mean" to "!itch o## the 3italit& or li#e #orce #rom the #i3e
"en"e tele%hone" o# "ight, touch, hearing, "mell an ta"te, an thu" #ree the min #rom
i"tur-ance" o# Satan) A man coul not in!arl& lo3e Go an concentrate at the "ame
time on an& "en"e6%lea"ure) A#ter the min i" interiori?e an i"connecte #rom
"en"ation", then the e3otee can u"e that #ree min to lo3e Go) Bhen the e3otee can
lo3e Go !ith a #ree in!arl& concentrate min, then he -egin" to lo3e Go in hi" heart)
A#ter the e3otee #eel" Go "aturate in hi" heart, he #eel" Him in the ee%e"t rece"" o# the
"oul) A#ter #eeling Go in the "oul, he #eel" Him e3er&!here) Thi" i" the tran"cenental !a&
o# =no!ing Go -& !ithra!ing the min #rom all nature)
F:G A" one learn" to #eel Go !ithin, he "houl al"o tr& to "hare hi" e.%erience o#
Go !ith hi" neigh-or") To gi3e %h&"ical hel% to a neigh-or i" goo, to gi3e him mental an
moral hel% i" -etter, an to gi3e him Go Con"ciou"ne"" an #reeom #rom ignorance i"
the -e"t) One "houl "er3e hi" neigh-or in accorance !ith thi" rule)
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A++ DE*OTEES M(ST BE
A COMBINATION OF MARTHA AND MARY
“1ow it )a#e to &ass, as they went, that he entered into a )ertain *illage: and a
)ertain wo#an na#ed !artha re)ei*ed hi# into her house. /nd she had a sister )alled
!ary, whi)h also sat at ;esus? feet, and heard his word. .ut !artha was )u#bered about
#u)h ser*ing, and )a#e to hi#, and said, ?Lord, dost thou not )are that #y sister hath left
#e to ser*e aloneA bid her therefore that she hel& #e.?
“/nd ;esus answered and said unto her, ?!artha, !artha, thou art )areful and
troubled about #any things: .ut one thing is needful: and !/0$ '/T' ,'2(51 T'/T
3224 "/0T, 9'=,' ('/LL 12T .5 T/@51 /9/$ :02! '50.?”
(Luke 1G:3F-48
IMartha, &ou are care#ul a-out material thing" an material utie"E &ou are !orrie
an &our min i" "cattere, thin=ing o# man& thing", -ut all &ou nee i" to care#ull& o &our
one highe"t "%iritual ut& to Go, -& thin=ing o# Him all the time uring the %er#ormance o#
&our 3ariou" material utie") Mar& ha" cho"en that goo %art o# thin=ing o# Go alone an
culti3ating her lo3e #or Go through the in"%iration o# m& !or" an !i"om) Thu" her
e"ire to li"ten to me in %re#erence to the i"tracting material utie" o# the !orl "hall -e
grante to her)H
+e""on #or All
In the"e !or" o# 'e"u" there i" a great le""on #or all "ee=er" o# Go, !hether the&
li3e in a #amil& or a hermitage) Some renunciate" in a hermitage thin= that i# the& %er#orm
the material utie" there, that !oul -e "u##icient to -e "%iritual) Other renunciate" thin=
the& can attain Go Con"ciou"ne"" -& %er#orming their "%iritual utie" o# meitating !ith
the great teacher an Guru6Prece%tor in charge o# the hermitage)
O# cour"e the highe"t %ur%o"e o# a hermitage i" to o##er a ha3en in !hich to "ee=
Go) Renunciate" !ho are "o much engro""e in material utie" that the& #orget to
meitate u%on Go are not Cu"ti#ie to li3e in a hermitage) No one can gain"a& that the onl&
%ur%o"e o# a hermitage "houl -e to attain Go) I# "ome "tuent" there attain Go -&
neglecting material utie", it i" all right, -ut material utie" in a hermitage ha3e to -e
%er#orme -& "ome mem-er" o# the grou%) Tho"e that o material utie" in a hermitage
!ith the thought o# "er3ing Go are on the right roa an !ill ultimatel& recei3e the grace o#
Go) But tho"e !ho o material utie" in a hermitage -& #orgetting Go o not e"er3e to
"ta& there, #or the& recei3e no "%iritual "ati"#action)
But it mu"t -e remem-ere it i" -etter to o material utie" in a "%iritual en3ironment
than in a material en3ironment, -ecau"e the %er"on !ho i" a-"or-e in material utie" in a
hermitage ha" a -etter chance to thin= o# Go there than i# he !ere engro""e in material
utie" in a material en3ironment) 'e"u" !arne Martha that though "he !a" oing
nece""ar& hou"ehol utie", "till her min !a" 3er& much i"tracte #rom Go !hile "he
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!a" %er#orming them, an that "he "houl thin= o# one thing onl& D Go D !hile "he
%er#orme all her material utie") 'e"u" thu" u%hel the action o# Mar& to li"ten to hi"
!or" an thin= o# Go #ir"t in %re#erence to all other utie") Mar& i not !ant to "hun
hou"ehol !or= eli-eratel& -ut her min !a" "o engro""e in 'e"u" an Go that "he
coul not %o""i-l& o an& other !or=)
That i" the rea"on 'e"u" u%hel her action) But Martha !a" "o -u"& oing
hou"e!or= that "he coul not =ee% her min #rom -eing "cattere an a!a& #rom Go)
That i" !h& 'e"u" tol her that her highe"t nece""it& !a" to thin= o# one thing D Go D
uring the %er#ormance o# all other utie")
Both Martha an Mar&
Dut& or no ut&, i# one trie hi" utmo"t to =no! Go #ir"t, that i" the highe"t 3irtue, #or
no ut& can -e %er#orme !ithout -orro!ing the %o!er" o# Go) To %er#orm the highe"t
ut& o# tr&ing to =no! Go in %re#erence to %er#orming "maller utie" i" all right, -ut to o
material utie" in a "%iritual en3ironment -& #orgetting Go i" "en"ele"" an un%arona-le)
But to o material utie" in a hermitage -& thin=ing o# Go all the time i" no ou-t the
highe"t 3irtue)
In other !or", e3er& "%iritual mem-er o# a hermitage mu"t %o""e"" -oth the
<ualitie" o# Martha an Mar& in orer to reach %er#ection) That "%iritual a"%irant !ho "er3e"
Go an man e<uall& recei3e" <uic= enlightenment an i3ine grace) Martha "er3e 'e"u"
an %lea"e him, -ut Mar& "%irituall& "er3e 'e"u" -& li"tening to hi" !or" an there-&
"he %lea"e him more) Martha !a" %lea"e in "er3ing 'e"u", -ut not a-"or-ing hi" "%irit,
-ut Mar& i her utmo"t to -e one !ith the "%irit o# 'e"u") 'e"u" i not !ant Mar& to
imitate MarthaM" material !a&") 'e"u" !ante Martha to #ollo! the #oot"te%" o# Mar& an
'e"u" !oul ha3e allo!e Mar& to hel% Martha in her hou"ehol utie" i# "he i tho"e
utie" !ith one thought o# Go an !ithout i"traction)
E3er& one in a hermitage "houl -e a-le to %la& the role" o# Martha an Mar&
alternatel& in orer to reach %er#ection) An& truth6"ee=er, !hether li3ing in a #amil& or a
hermitage, "houl -e a-le to e.%re"" the ual nature o# Martha an Mar&, oing material
utie" !ith the thought o# Go, or oing the "%iritual ut& o# meitating on Go alone
!ithout -eing i"tracte -& material utie", a" the "ituation call" #or) No mem-er o# a #amil&
or a hermitage, -& %retening to meitate, "houl neglect material utie", a" no mem-er
"houl i"tur- another "%iritual mem-er o# a #amil& or hermitage, !hen that ini3iual i"
reall& engro""e in Go)
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THE INNER MEANING OF ITHE +ORDMS PRAYERQ
“/nd it )a#e to &ass, that, as he was &raying in a )ertain &la)e, when he )eased,
one of his dis)i&les said unto hi#, ?Lord, tea)h us to &ray, as ;ohn also taught his
dis)i&les.?
“/nd he said unto the#, ?9hen ye &ray, say,
“?2+0 :/T'50 9'=,' /0T =1 '5/>51,
'/LL2954 .5 T'$ 1/!5.
T'$ @=1342! ,2!5.
T'$ 9=LL .5 4215,
/( =1 '5/>51, (2 =1 5/0T'.?
“?3=>5 +( 4/$ .$ 4/$ 2+0 4/=L$ .05/4.?
“?/14 :203=>5 +( 2+0 (=1(;
:20 95 /L(2 :203=>5 5>50$ 215
T'/T =( =145.T54 T2 +(.
/14 L5/4 +( 12T =1T2 T5!"T/T=21;
.+T 45L=>50 +( :02! 5>=L.?”
(Luke 11:1-4
IBhen &ou %ra&, "a& !ithin &our min4 O Fountain o# all our con"ciou"ne"", our
Father Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"", !hich i" %re"ent in the 3i-rationle"" region o# hea3enl&
-li"", ma& the co"mic 3i-ration" FTh& nameG emanating #rom Thee in the earth -e
con"ecrate an u"e #or culti3ating Th& con"ciou"ne"" an not material con"ciou"ne"")
+et Th& a-"olute ro&al con"ciou"ne"" a%%ear in human con"ciou"ne"") +et Th& !i"om6
guie !ill -e the guiing #orce o# elue earthl& %eo%le, a" Th& !ill i" #ollo!e -&
li-erate "oul" in the a"tral !orl)
IGi3e u" our ail& -rea, #oo an %ro"%erit& #or the -o&, e##icienc& an %o!er #or
the min, !i"om an -li"" #or our "oul") Gi3e u" the %h&"ical, mental, an "%iritual -rea
!hich nouri"he" our -oie", min", an "oul") A" !e #orgi3e a -rother !ho i" ine-te to
u", #orgi3e u", th& chilren, #or our "in" o# not remem-ering our ine-tene"" to Thee D that
!e o!e our health, li#e an "oul to Thee)
I+ea u" not into tem%tation, e3en -& !a& o# te"ting our little "%iritual %o!er) +ea3e
u" not in the %it o# tem%tation !herein !e #ell through the mi"u"e o# Th& gi3en rea"on, -ut i#
it i" Th& !ill to te"t u" !hen !e are "tronger, then, Father, ma=e Th&"el# more tem%ting
than tem%tation, -ut hel% u" that -& our o!n e##ort through Th& "%iritual #orce, !e ma& -e
#ree #rom all mi"er&6ma=ing, %h&"ical, mental, an "%iritual e3il")H
In the a-o3e !or", 'e"u" "a&" that though thi" earth came #rom i3ine 3i-ration, it
i" not con"ecrate -& Hi" name or 3i-ration" -ecau"e o# the !ic=ene"" o# the %eo%le) A"
GoM" -li"" an !i"om are the onl& =ingl& %o!er" !hich e.i"t in Co"mic Con"ciou"ne"",
"o 'e"u" %ra&" that tho"e a-"olute %o!er" o# Go ma& mani#e"t in human con"ciou"ne""
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!hich i" o#ten "tee%e in elu"ion) 'e"u" al"o %ra&" that, a" angel" are guie -& GoM"
!i"om6guie !ill, "o al"o might earthl& %eo%le !illingl& -e guie -& GoM" !i"om)
'e"u" %ra&" #or the three6#ol -rea !hich nouri"he" the -o&, min an "oul) 'e"u" al"o
"a&" that a" !e ought to #orgi3e tho"e o# our -rethren !ho are ine-te to u" an &et #orget
their o-ligation to u", "o Go "houl #orgi3e Hi" chilren e3en i# the& ha3e #orgotten that
the& o!e their li#e an e3er&thing to Him)
ISa3e (" From Tem%tationH
'e"u" im%lie" that Go coul ne3er, li=e a mi"chie3ou" "chool-o&, lea an&one into
e3il or tem%tation) Go coul onl& allo! Satan to te"t true e3otee" -& !a& o# %ro3ing them)
'e"u" meant4 IGo, lea3e u" not in tem%tation)H 'e"u" meant Ilea3e u" notH an not Ilea
u" not)H 'e"u" %ra&e that the Hea3enl& Father eli3er e3er& "oul #rom the enthrallment o#
Satan an Co"mic Delu"ion Fe3ilG)
“/nd he said unto the#, ?9hi)h of you shall ha*e a friend, and shall go unto hi# at
#idnight, and say unto hi#, ?:riend, lend #e three loa*es; :or a friend of #ine in his
Journey is )o#e to #e, and = ha*e nothing to set before hi#A?
“/nd he fro# within shall answer and say, ?Trouble #e not: the door is now shut, and
#y )hildren are with #e in bed; = )annot rise and gi*e thee.? = say unto you, Though he will
not rise and gi*e hi#, be)ause he is his friend, yet be)ause of his i#&ortunity he will rise
and gi*e hi# as #any as he needeth.?
“/nd = say unto you, ?/(@, /14 =T ('/LL .5 3=>51 $2+; (55@, /14 $5 ('/LL
:=14; @12,@, /14 =T ('/LL .5 2"5154 +1T2 $2+. :20 5>50$ 215 T'/T
/(@5T' 05,5=>5T'; /14 '5 T'/T (55@5T' :=145T'; /14 T2 '=! T'/T
@12,@5T' =T ('/LL .5 2"5154.?
“?=f a son shall ask bread of any of you that is a father, will he gi*e hi# a stoneA or if
he ask a fish, will he for a fish gi*e hi# a ser&entA 2r if he shall ask an egg, will he offer
hi# a s)or&ionA =: $5 T'51, .5=13 5>=L, @129 '29 T2 3=>5 3224 3=:T( +1T2
$2+0 ,'=L4051: '29 !+,' !205 ('/LL $2+0 '5/>51L$ :/T'50 3=>5 T'5
'2L$ ("=0=T T2 T'5! T'/T /(@ '=!A?”
(Luke 11:I-13
II eclare unto &ou, i# &our %er"i"tentl& a"= the i3ine truth #rom Go, &ou !ill recei3e
it) I# &ou "ee= Go %er"e3eringl& in the ar= #ore"t o# meitation, &ou !ill #in Him) B&
continuou"l& =noc=ing !ith &our %ra&er" at the gate o# "ilence leaing to Go, it "hall -e
o%ene unto &ou an &our con"ciou"ne"" !ill -e a-le to enter into the hea3enl& region o#
-li"") E3er& e3otee !ho %er"i"tentl& a"=" #or Go6reali?ation recei3e" i3ine
enlightenment !ithout #ail)H
Slum" o# Matter
IE3er& %roigal "on o# Go !ho ha" run a!a& #rom the -li"" o# meitation into the
"lum" o# material i"traction, !ill "omea& come -ac= to!ar Go through the gate o#
%eace, an !ill -e allo!e to enter hi" o!n home o# inner -li"") The e3otee, -eing a chil
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o# Go, e3en though lo"t in the #ore"t o# material e"ire", %er"i"tentl& "ee=ing a !a& out,
!ill #in hi" !a& -ac= to the man"ion o# -li"") He !ho =noc=" at the oor o# Go !ith the
thro-" o# hi" heart#ul e3otion continuou"l& !ill certainl& #in that Go !ill recei3e him
!ithin the o%en gate" o# Hi" heart)
IDe3otion can #orce the gate o# GoM" heart to o%en #or the e3otee to enter in) I# an&
human "on o# Go a"=" the Hea3enl& Father #or the -rea o# eternal li#e, He !ill not gi3e
him the "tone o# material ignorance) I# the e3otee a"=" o# Go the #oo o# !i"om, Go
!ill not gi3e him the "er%ent o# elu"ion) I# the e3otee a"=" Go #or i3ine manna an all6
aroun i3ine -li"", He !ill not gi3e him the "cor%ion o# re"tle""ne"" an mental mi"er&)
II# e3en elue human -eing" =no! ho! to gi3e goo gi#t" to their chilren, ho!
much more !ill our Hea3enl& Father, !ho i" a rece%tacle o# all goone"", gi3e the
=no!lege o# co"mic 3i-ration an all %o!er to Hi" human chilren mae a#ter Hi" imageJ
Go gi3e" highe"t !i"om !ithout #ail to Hi" o!n chilren !ho eman it) Go al"o
"urrener" Him"el# unto the e3otee !ho %er"i"tentl& !ant" Him)H
“/nd it )a#e to &ass, as he s&ake these things, a )ertain wo#an of the )o#&any lifted
u& her *oi)e, and said unto hi#, ?.lessed is the wo#b that bare thee, and the &a&s whi)h thou
hast su)ked.? .ut he said, ?$ea, rather, .L5((54 /05 T'5$ T'/T '5/0 T'5 9204 2:
324, /14 @55" =T.?”
(Luke 11:8E-8F
IBetter than -earing i3ine chilren on the %h&"ical %lane i" the =no!lege -& !hich
an ini3iual can hear in meitation the re3ealing omni"cient !or o# Go or Co"mic Soun
o# Om For AmenG, =no!ing ho! to -e in tune continuou"l& !ith it an i"ci%line FoneM"G li#e
-& it" inner intuiti3e irection")H
Co"mic Soun or Om
In the a-o3e !or", 'e"u", li=e PatanCali, the great Oriental &ogi Fone !ho
"cienti#icall& =no!" ho! to unite human con"ciou"ne"" !ith i3ine con"ciou"ne""G, "%ea="
o# Go a" mani#e"ting a" the Co"mic *i-ration, !hich in turn mani#e"t" a" the Co"mic
Soun an Co"mic +ight) Go i" a S%irit, He i" e3er6e.i"ting, e3er6con"ciou", e3er6ne!
Bli"") In the tran"cenental "tate !ithout creation, Go i" "%o=en o# a" -eing !ithout an&
3i-ration or change) Bhen Go !i"he to create the co"mo", He "ent out o# Him"el# a
co"mic intelligent 3i-ration) The intelligence o# Go a" !or=ing in 3i-rator& creation i" calle
the Chri"t Intelligence)
The #ir"t mani#e"tation o# Go !hen He !i"he to create re"ulte in co"mic 3i-ration)
Go ha" no mouth or 3ocal chor" or lung" or -reath that He coul -e hear -& an&-o& to
"%ea= li=e an orinar& human -eing) Go i" S%irit %re"ent in all "%ace) Hi" !or or 3i-ration
in creation i" al!a&" %re"ent a" the co"mic "oun) Thi" co"mic "oun i" the Hol& Gho"t or
hol& 3i-ration, hear -& Saint 'ohn a" the co"mic Itrum%etH o# meitation) All true e3otee"
can hear the co"mic "oun emanating #rom the co"mic 3i-rator& mani#e"tation o# Go) Thi"
co"mic "oun contain" the intelligence o# Go an intimate" all it" i3ine !i"he" to the
e3otee through intuiti3e #eeling")
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Thi" co"mic "oun i" the !or o# Go) The S%irit o# Go "%ea=" to the e3otee"
through the co"mic "oun) Thi" co"mic "oun or Om, uring the e3oteeM" meitation, can
3i-rate the i3ine !i"h into an& =in o# aui-le or intelligi-le language) Go can al"o u"e
thi" co"mic "oun to 3i-rate into luminou" letter" o# an& language, re3eale in the
meitation o# a e3otee) The etheric language in "oun" or letter" emanating #rom the
co"mic "oun ma& -e aui-le or 3i"i-le to a "ingle e3otee or a grou% o# e3otee"
accoring to the i3ine !i"h) Thu", Go gi3e" 3i-rating a3ice to the e3otee through Hi"
co"mic "oun)
The i"ci%le" o# Chri"t on the a& o# Penteco"t !ere #ille !ith Hol& Gho"t or co"mic
"oun an thu" coul "%ea= in i3er"e tongue") The co"mic "oun i" the mother o# all
human language" an all #orm" o# ra&" !hich are in the co"mo") 'e"u" tell" the e"oteric
e3otee that he mu"t =no! ho! to recei3e the guiance o# Go through the co"mic "oun
hear in meitation an that he mu"t =no! ho!, -& regularl& contacting thi" co"mic "oun,
to i"ci%line hi" entire li#e)
IHol& Gho"tH or OM
All Oriental Yogi" an great e3otee" !ho ha3e reall& a3ance in meitation =no!
ho! to contact Go a" Co"mic *i-ration) Such Yogi" are into.icate !ith the Co& #elt in the
co"mic "oun) The i"ci%le" o# Chri"t, uner the in#luence o# thi" comic "oun or Hol&
Gho"t, #elt e.hilarate a" i# the& ha inulge in ne! !ine) 'e"u" "%o=e o# "ening the Hol&
Gho"t to hi" i"ci%le" a#ter the in"%iration o# hi" -oil& %re"ence !a" ta=en a!a& #rom
them) Bhen 'e"u" !a" re"urrecte an met hi" i"ci%le", he al"o taught them the art o#
contacting the Hol& Gho"t) IRECEI*E YE THE HO+Y GHOST,H he "ai)
E3er& e3otee, !hether he goe" into "ilence -linl& or -& a con"ciou" techni<ue,
i"co3er", !hen hi" concentration gro!" ee%, the #ir"t thing he hear" i" the co"mic "oun)
Go a%%ear" to the e3otee !ho meitate" a" Co"mic Soun, Co"mic +ight, #eeling o#
Co"mic *i-ration, Co"mic E3er6Ne! 'o&, Co"mic Bi"om, Co"mic +o3e, Co"mic De3otion)
The"e are the "e3en mani#e"tation" o# Go a" i"tinctl& #elt -& e3otee" !ho go ee% in
meitation)
Se3en Mani#e"tation" o# Go
IIt !oul -e !ell #or all e3otee" to remem-er a-out the "e3en mani#e"tation" o#
Go !hich can -e #elt in meitation) Man& e3otee" are -e!ilere a-out the
mani#e"tation" o# Go an thu" cannot reali?e the"e "e3en i"tinct mani#e"tation" o# Go)
An& e3otee !ho "ee" Go in meitation not a" a little light -ut a" a Co"mic +ight ha" Go6
contact) +i=e!i"e, an& e3otee !ho #eel" Go a" Co"mic E3er6Ne!6'o& or an& o# the
"e3en mani#e"tation" can -e certain he i" contacting Go) The e3otee !ho contact" Go
a" !i"om in meitation nee not "tu& -oo=") A true e3otee li=e him recei3e" all !i"om
through hi" intuition)H
In the a-o3e !or" 'e"u" clearl& tell" ho! Go tal=" to the e3otee" through the Bor
or Co"mic *i-ration) He al"o caution" hi" auience that li"tening once or t!ice to the co"mic
"oun !a" not enough, -ut that one mu"t =ee% at it, that i", %ermanentl& =ee% the co"mic
"oun in hi" con"ciou"ne"" an -e guie -& it)
The original Praece%ta +e""on" #or the #ir"t time in the Be"tern Borl teache" it"
#ollo!er" one o# the greate"t techni<ue" o# tunning in !ith Go through the co"mic "oun or
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Hol& Gho"t) The Praece%ta6gi3en techni<ue #ul#ill" the %romi"e o# Chri"t o# "ening the Hol&
Gho"t a#ter hi" e%arture #rom the earth) There#ore, a#ter t!ent& centurie", Chri"t !ill a%%ear a
"econ time in the con"ciou"ne"" o# e3er& e3otee an #ollo!er o# the original Praece%ta6gi3en
techni<ue o# contacting the Hol& Gho"t, the Great Com#orter)
'e"u", -& "%ea=ing o# the Hol& Gho"t a" a Great Com#orter, e"cri-e" Go a" the
Co"mic *i-ration FHol& Gho"tG an Bor or Co"mic Soun or Amen) Bhen 'e"u" "%ea=" o#
the Hol& Gho"t a" the Great Com#orter, he mean" that Go a%%ear" not onl& a" the Co"mic
*i-ration -ut a" E3er6Ne! 'o& in meitation !hich gi3e" man the greate"t com#ort an #reeom
#rom all "orro!")
'e"u" taught the techni<ue o# contacting Go through the Hol& Gho"t, -ut through the
centurie", ue to "trict "ecrec&, thi" techni<ue ha" gone out o# Chri"tian li3ing)
“/nd when the &eo&le were gathered thi)k together, he began to say, ?This is an e*il
generation: they seek a sign; and there shall no sign be gi*en it, but the sign of ;onas the
&ro&het. :or as ;onas was a sign unto the 1ine*ites, so shall also the (on of #an be to this
generation. The <ueen of the south shall rise u& in the Judg#ent with the #en of this
generation, and )onde#n the#: for she )a#e fro# the ut#ost &arts of the earth to hear the
wisdo# of (olo#on; and, behold, a greater than (olo#on is here. The #en of 1ine*e shall rise
u& in the Judg#ent with this generation, and shall )onde#n it: for they re&ented at the
&rea)hing of ;onas; and, behold, a greater than ;onas is here.?”
(Luke 11:87-38
IThe orinar& %eo%le "ee= a "%ectacular "ign or miracle a-out the %o!er an
%re"ence o# Go) But Go "elom %ermit" "uch "%ectacular emon"tration o# Hi"
%re"ence)H
GoM" Dail& Miracle"
In the a-o3e !or", 'e"u" %oint" out that Go i" !or=ing enough miracle" in nature
an man that the& "houl te"ti#& o# Him) The all6%o!er#ul Hea3enl& Father, -eing eno!e
!ith all grace, i" hum-le) He e.%ect" all Hi" e3otee", !ho !ant to -e all6%o!er#ul li=e Him
an mani#e"t Hi" true image, to -e hum-le an not emon"trate miracle" or "ign" Cu"t to
"ati"#& the curio"it& o# unthin=ing, i"-elie3ing %eo%le) 'e"u" !or=e miracle" to hel%
%eo%le an "u-tl& emon"trate the %re"ence o# Go) He ne3er u"e miracle" to "u%%re""
the !ic=ene"" o# man -& com%ul"ion or -rute #orce)
'e"u" came to "ho! the "u%eriorit& o# "%iritual #orce o3er -rute #orce) That i" !h& He
"ai, II coul -orro! t!el3e legion" o# angel" #rom m& Father, -ut I !ill not) +et Th& !ill -e
one, O +or)H The greate"t miracle that 'e"u" %er#orme on the cro"" !a" to con<uer hi"
enemie" !ith an e.%re""ion o# lo3e) Di3ine "oul" li=e 'e"u", e3en !hen the& u"e miracle",
u"e them not a" a challenge to -rute #orce or !ic=ene"" o# man -ut a" a -enign hel%ing
#orce hum-l& e.%re""ing the "ecret mightine"" o# Go) There#ore, no e3otee" !ho
%o""e"" miraculou" %o!er" "houl u"e them to #orci-l& "u%%re"" the !ic=ene"" o# man or
to "ati"#& hi" curio"it&)
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MEANING OF IBHEN THY EYE BE SING+E,
THY BHO+E BODY SHA++ BE F(++ OF +IGHTH
D?1o #an, when he hath lighted a )andle, &utteth it in a se)ret &la)e, neither under a
bushel, but on a )andlesti)k, that they whi)h )o#e in #ay see the light.?
“?T'5 L=3'T 2: T'5 .24$ =( T'5 5$5: T'505:205 9'51 T'=15 5$5 =(
(=13L5, T'$ 9'2L5 .24$ /L(2 =( :+LL 2: L=3'T; but when thine eye is e*il, thy
body also is full of darkness. Take heed therefore that the light whi)h is in thee be not
darkness.?
“?=f thy whole body therefore be full of light, ha*ing no &art dark, the whole shall be
full of light, as when the bright shining of a )andle doth gi*e thee light.”
(Luke 11:33-3C
INo true e3otee li=e" to %er#orm miracle" or i"%la& hi" i3ine %o!er" a" a
challenge to i"-elie3er") But !hen a e3otee ha" lighte the canle o# !i"om !ithin him
he oe"nMt %ut it in a "ecret %lace o# hi" min nor hie it uner the -u"hel o# ini##erence)
He "et" it on the canle"tic= o# o%en an "incere li3ing, that truth6"ee=er" ma& "ee an
%ro#it -& the light o# hi" !i"om)
IThe Go6re3ealing light in the -o& i" the "%iritual e&e in the mile o# the #orehea,
a" "een -& e3otee" !hen their e&e" are clo"e in meitation) Bhen the e3otee !ith hal#6
clo"e e&e" #ocu"e" hi" 3i"ion at the %oint -et!een the e&e-ro!" the t!o light" o# the t!o
e&e" -ecome one an "ingle, 3i"i-le a" the "ingle "%iritual e&e, the i3ine tele"co%e !ith
!hich the =ingom o# Go can -e 3i"ione) Bhen the e3otee can %ercei3e through thi"
"%iritual e&e, hi" !hole -o& a" !ell a" hi" co"mic -o& -ecome" #ille !ith the light
emanating #rom co"mic 3i-ration)
IBut !hen a manM" ga?e an min -ecome concentrate on e3il moti3e" an
action", hi" li#e i" #ille !ith the ar=ne"" o# ignorance an mi"er&6ma=ing ha-it")H
Fille Bith A"tral +ight
IThere#ore, ta=e care that the co"mic light an !i"om !hich are in &ou o not
remain hien -ehin the ar=ne"" o# ignorance, "%iritual ini##erence an non6meitating
ha-it") I# &our !hole -o& i" #ille !ith a"tral light an !i"om, all %h&"ical an mental
ar=ne"" !ill -e gone an the !hole co"mo" !ill -e "een a" #ille !ith co"mic light, co"mic
!i"om an Co&) 'u"t a" a -rightl& "hining canle gi3e" light, "o !hen thi" light o# Sel#6
reali?ation !ill -e #ull& mani#e"t in &ou, &ou !ill recei3e ine"cri-a-le Co& an the unening
guiance o# i3ine !i"om)H
D/nd as he s&ake, a )ertain "harisee besought hi# to dine with hi#: and he went in,
and sat down to #eat.
“/nd when the "harisee saw it, he #ar*elled that he had not first washed before
dinner.
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“/nd the Lord said unto hi#, ?1ow do ye "harisees #ake )lean the outside of the
)u& and the &latter; but your inward &art is full of ra*ening and wi)kedness.?
“?$e fools, did not he that #ade that whi)h is without #ake that whi)h is within alsoA
.ut rather gi*e al#s of su)h things as ye ha*e; and, behold, all things are )lean unto you.?
“?.ut woe unto you, "hariseesH for ye tithe #int and rue and all #anner of herbs, and
&ass o*er Judg#ent and the lo*e of 3od: these ought ye to ha*e done, and not to lea*e the
other undone.?
“?9oe unto you, "hariseesH for ye lo*e the u&&er#ost seats in the synagogues, and
greetings in the #arkets.?
“?9oe unto you, s)ribes and "harisees, hy&o)ritesH for ye are as gra*es whi)h
a&&ear not, and the #en that walk o*er the# are not aware of the#.?”
(Luke 11:3E-44
IO &e h&%ocrite", &ou are u"e to i"%la& the %h&"ical cleanline"" o# &our outer cu%
o# li#e, -ut &ou neglect to clean &our inner li#e !hich i" #ille !ith ra3ening an !ic=ene""
an e3il thought") You are #ooli"h not to =no! that Go mae -oth the out"ie an in"ie o#
the cu% o# &our li#e) You "houl =ee% &our outer li#e clean -& goo action" an &our inner
li#e clean -& goo thought" an meitation) Your -o&, min an "oul, -eing mae a#ter the
%er#ect image o# Go, mu"t -e =e%t uni#orml& %er#ect, -& inner an outer i"ci%line)
IYou mu"t not "o concentrate on the outer i"ci%line that &ou #orget to clean"e &our
inner li#e) A#ter cleaning &our inner an outer li#e !ith !i"om an meitation, gi3e alm" or
"hare &our "%iritual li#e !ith other") You !ill then #in that the !hole co"mo" i" #ille !ith
%urit&) Be %ure an ma=e other" %ure) But O &e h&%ocrite", &ou !ill rea% man& mi"erie"
ue to &our o!n e3il action") You %re#er to tithe &our %eo%le !ith mone& an "%ice" -ut
#orget to teach them the la! o# =arma or the la! o# cau"e an e##ect !hich i3inel& Cuge"
the action" o# all men) You #orget to teach them ho! the& can %uri#& their in!ar li#e -&
#eeling the lo3e o# Go in meitation) You ought #ir"t to ha3e cleane &our inner li#e, at the
"ame time not neglecting the clean"ing o# &our outer li#e)H
Shun Outer Prai"e
IO &e Phari"ee", &ou !ill attract mi"er& unto &our"el3e" through &our lo3e o# manM"
recognition an not GoM" recognition) B& &our e"ire #or human %rai"e &ou =ee% &our outer
li#e h&%ocriticall& i"ci%line, thu" #orgetting to %a& attention to the "%irituali?ation o# &our
inner li#e) B& #orgetting to culti3ate the Co&" o# eternal li#e &ou attract unto &our"el# much
mi"er&) Ignorantl& &ou lo3e the u%%ermo"t "eat" in the "&nagogue" an the greeting" o# the
%eo%le in the mar=et" !ho #ee &our 3anit&, thu" increa"ing &our ignorance an
aggra3ating &our mi"er&)
IBecau"e o# &our h&%ocritical action o# -eing out!arl& hol& #or e##ect, &ou !ill attract
much mi"er& through the ee%ening o# &our ignorance) A" the out!ar "ur#ace o# a gra3e
u"uall& loo=" nice !hile it" in"ie i" #ille !ith a hieou" cor%"e, "o, -& &our 3eneer o#
out!ar holine"" &ou loo= li=e -eauti#ul gra3e" !hile &our in"ie i" #ille !ith eca&ing li#e
an rotting !i"om) Peo%le "ee &our out"ie -eaut& an #orget &our in!ar ugline"")H
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“Then answered one of the lawyers, and said unto hi#, ?!aster, thus saying thou
re&roa)hest us also.?
“/nd he said, ?9oe unto you also, ye lawyersH for ye lade #en with burdens grie*ous
to be borne, and ye yoursel*es tou)h not the burdens with one of your fingers.?
“?9oe unto youH for ye build the se&ul)hres of the &ro&hets, and your fathers killed
the#.?
“?Truly ye bear witness that ye allow the deeds of your fathers: for they indeed killed
the#, and ye build their se&ul)hres.?
“?Therefore also said the wisdo# of 3od, = will send the# &ro&hets and a&ostles,
and so#e of the# they shall slay and &erse)ute:
“?That the blood of all the &ro&hets, whi)h was shed fro# the foundation of the world,
#ay be re<uired of this generation:
“?:ro# the blood of /bel unto the blood of La)harias whi)h &erished between the
altar and the te#&le: *erily = say unto you, ?=t shall be re<uired of this generation.?
“?9oe unto you, lawyersH for ye ha*e taken away the key of knowledge: ye entered
not in yoursel*es, and the# that were entering in ye hindered.?
“/nd as he said these things unto the#, the s)ribes and the "harisees began to
urge hi# *ehe#ently, and to &ro*oke hi# to s&eak of #any things:
“Laying wait for hi#, and seeking to )at)h so#ething out of his #outh, that they
#ight a))use hi#.”
(Luke 11:4I-I4
IAccoring to the la! o# =arma the !ic=ene"" -orn #rom "heing the -loo o#
%ro%het" "ince the #ounation o# the !orl 3i-rate" u%on thi" !ic=e generation, cau"ing
them 3ariou" mi"erie") The "in" accruing #rom the -loo o# A-el an o# Oacharia" !hich
%eri"he -e#ore the altar o# the tem%le, an o# "lain %ro%het" 3i-rating in the ether, !ill
cau"e man& mi"erie" to thi" generation)H
Etheric *i-ration"
A 3er& %rominent hone"t la!&er o# moern time" "ai to hi" client4 II# &ou !ant to
=ee% out o# trou-le, =ee% a!a& #rom la!"uit", an la! court", an la!&er", an #rom me,
too, !ho i" a la!&er)H Man& !ic=e la!&er" #or mercenar& gain ha3e o-"cure truth -& their
cle3er argument" an #ree criminal" !hile "ening the innocent to ruin or eath) Man&
!ic=e la!&er" ha3e #ought again"t truth an ha3e -een the cau"e o# "u##ering to goo
men) Man& !ic=e %eo%le ha3e murere %ro%het" an "aint") The e3il e##ect" F=armaG
re"ulting #rom the "in" o# murerer" !ho go un%uni"he 3i-rate in the ether through
generation", cau"ing #amine", #ire", e%iemic", %e"tilence, earth<ua=e", !ar", -loo&
#eu" an "tri#e", e-aucher& an !ic=ene"") 'u"t a" i"ea"e germ" "%rea -& an
unh&gienic clan ma& %er"i"t an remain in a communit& e3en a#ter the clan"men migrate
a!a&, "o the -acteria o# "in#ul 3i-rating thought" an tenencie" create -& the %eo%le o#
one generation in a %lace %er"i"t an continue in the ne.t or man& later generation") All the
i##erent moern race" o# %eo%le o# the earth are com%o"e o# the goo an e3il 3i-ration"
o# all their #ore#ather" "ince the earth -egan)
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A" an ini3iual i" re"%on"i-le #or all the "ee" o# action" o# hi" %a"t li3e", "u-tl& "tore
u% in hi" "u-con"ciou" min an -rain, "o e3er& ini3iual race i" re"%on"i-le #or the %a"t
action" o# it" #ather" an #ore#ather" "u-tl& accumulate in the "u-con"ciou"ne"" min o# that
race) Thi" i" !hat ma=e" racial i##erence" D the American", utilitarian"E Hinu", "%iritual
"ee=er"E the Engli"h, coloni"t"E the French, li-eral"E an "o #orth)
The Hinu" lo3e %eace -ecau"e their #ore#ather" lo3e %eace, an "ome o# the Be"tern
nation" !ant to #ight -ecau"e o# their !arli=e ance"tr&) E3er& generation "u##er" or %ro"%er"
more or le"" accoring to "ome o# the %a"t action" o# it" #ore#ather") That i" !hat 'e"u" meant
!hen he "ai4 IThe -loo o# all the %ro%het", !hich !a" "he #rom the #ounation o# the !orl,
ma& -e re<uire o# thi" generation)H
“=n the #eanti#e, when there were gathered together an innu#erable #ultitude of
&eo&le, inso#u)h that they trode one u&on another, he began to say unto his dis)i&les first
of all, ?.59/05 $5 2: T'5 L5/>51 2: T'5 "'/0=(55(, 9'=,' =( '$"2,0=($.?
“?:20 T'505 =( 12T'=13 ,2>5054, T'/T ('/LL 12T .5 05>5/L54;
15=T'50 '=4, T'/T ('/LL 12T .5 @1291.?
“?T'505:205 9'/T(25>50 $5 '/>5 ("2@51 =1 4/0@15(( ('/LL .5
'5/04 =1 T'5 L=3'T; /14 T'/T 9'=,' $5 '/>5 ("2@51 =1 T'5 5/0 =1
,L2(5T( ('/LL .5 "02,L/=!54 +"21 T'5 '2+(5T2"(.?”
(Luke 18:1-3
IA" #ermentation "%oil" mil=, "o the Phari"ee" u"e h&%ocri"& to #erment an e"tro&
their min" an "oul") A" the lea3en "ecretl& !or=" in the -rea, "o h&%ocri"& "ecretl&
in#late" the ego) No matter ho! %eo%le, li=e Phari"ee", =ee% !ic=ene"" hien -eneath
the ma"= o# h&%ocritical goone"", "till all hien !ic=ene"" li=e #ire !ill -urn the 3eil
!hich hie" it an ma=e" it"el# mani#e"t to the !orl)H
All Bill Be >no!n
INothing can -e hien !hich !ill not -e =no!n) All goo an -a thing" are
ultimatel& re3eale) E3en all !ic=e thought" !hich %eo%le thin= an "%ea= !ithin
them"el3e" in the ar= "ecrec& an %ri3ac& o# their min" 3i-rate in the ether an are
regi"tere there)
IGo, !ho i" omni%re"ent an omni"cient, =no!" all goo an -a thing" !hich
<uietl& come an go in the "ecrec& o# human min") Through the la! o# 3i-ration, all
"ecret" "%o=en or !hi"%ere in clo"et" ma& -e =no!n in %u-lic "ome time or other) In
realit& there are no "ecret" in the !orl, #or e3en !hen a man ie" !ith certain "ecret" in
hi" "oul, the& are o%enl& rea -& Go !ho ha" countle"" e&e" in ether an all "%ace) Go,
-eing the Min o# all min" an the +i#e o# all the co"mo", =no!" e3er&thing !hich ari"e"
an ie" in human min" an all thing" !hich ha%%en in nature an e3er& "%ec= o# co"mic
"%ace)H
“?/14 = (/$ +1T2 $2+ !$ :0=514(, .5 12T /:0/=4 2: T'5! T'/T @=LL
T'5 .24$, /14 /:T50 T'/T '/>5 12 !205 T'/T T'5$ ,/1 42.
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“?.+T = 9=LL :2059/01 $2+ 9'2! $5 ('/LL :5/0: :5/0 '=!, 9'=,'
/:T50 '5 '/T' @=LL54 '/T' "2950 T2 ,/(T =1T2 '5LL; $5/, = (/$ +1T2 $2+,
:5/0 '=!.
“?/05 12T :=>5 ("/0029( (2L4 :20 T92 :/0T'=13(, /14 12T 215 2:
T'5! =( :2032TT51 .5:205 324A
“?.+T 5>51 T'5 >50$ '/=0( 2: $2+0 '5/4 /05 /LL 1+!.5054. :5/0
12T T'505:205: $5 /05 2: !205 >/L+5 T'/1 !/1$ ("/0029(.?”
(Luke 18:4-E
II 3ehementl& eclare unto &ou, m& #rien", F#rien" electe through the choice o# m&
FatherM" lo3e in m& heart an not im%o"e u%on me a" relati3e" -& natureG o not -e a#rai
o# tho"e that threaten to =ill &our -o&, #or e3en i# the& can o "o, the& cannot =ill or cau"e
grie# to &our min or "oul) But I !ill !arn all tho"e that are !ic=e, that &ou mu"t learn to
re"%ect an lo3e Go !ho ha" the %o!er, e3en a#ter the eath o# &our -oie", to ma=e
&our "oul" con"ciou" an con"ciou"l& to ma=e them "u##er all their accumulate
!ic=ene"" o# one li#e or man& li3e") There#ore, learn more to #ear &our o!n !ic=e action"
!hich can com%el the i3ine la! to ma=e &ou con"ciou" o# &our e3il action" an tenencie"
e3en in the a#ter6eath "tate) You mu"t #ear to i"o-e& the i3ine la! !hich can ma=e &ou
con"ciou" o# &our "el#6create a#ter6eath -urning con"cience an !ic=e tenencie"
FhellG)H
Omni"cience o# Go
IGo -eing omni"cient an omni%re"ent oe" not #ail to irect the e"tin& o# in"igni#icant
"%arro!" nor #orget to count ho! man& hair" &ou ha3e on &our hea)
IAll thi" uni3er"e !ith all it" etail i" %lanne -& the intelligence o# the Co"mic Father)
Bhen &ou !ill =no! Him, &ou !ill uner"tan the !h& o# all ine.%lica-le circum"tance" an
ha%%ening" an &ou !ill mar3el at the !i"om o# the Father !hich guie" e3er&thing an trie"
to #oil the inharmoniou" action" o# Satan an Co"mic Delu"ion) You, -eing mae in the image
o# Go an much more 3alua-le than "%arro!", mu"t not -e a#rai o# i3ine negligence -ut
mu"t -e "ure that He !ill hel% &ou to retrace &our #oot"te%" to Hi" >ingom o# Eternal Bli"", i#
&ou ma=e the e##ort to =no! Him -& ee% meitation)H
B& the a-o3e !or", it mu"t -e reali?e that though #ire an "!or can hurt the -o&,
ignorance hurt" the "oul a#ter it %a""e" out o# the -o&) The conce%tion o# hell a" a %lace !here
"oul" are -urne !ith #ire an "mo=e i" riiculou") Material #ire can %rouce "en"ation" o#
-urning on the %h&"ical -o& onl&) In the a#ter6eath "tate, the "oul i" i"em-oie an cannot
-e con"ciou" o# %h&"ical "en"ation) But the "oul coul -e con"ciou" o# helli"h !ic=e
tenencie" ac<uire in the earth li#e) The"e !ic=e tenencie" can create a "el#6create mental
hell or torture !hich can -e !or"e than a %h&"ical #ier& hell)
A #ier& hell can torture the -o& onl& #or a little !hile, #or the uncon"ciou"ne"" o# eath
"hut" out all %h&"ical "en"ation") But the mental hell o# !ic=ene"" can %er"i"t in the "oul in
the a#ter6eath "tate ine#initel& unle"" the ini3iual "oul re%ent" an %ra&" #or relea"e) Each
"oul -& it" "tu--orne"" an oggene"" to -e !ic=e e3en in the a#ter6eath "tate ma& ma=e
thi" mental hell e3erla"ting a" he e"ire") Thi" i" !hat i" meant -& e3erla"ting hell6#ire) In
earthl& li#e al"o one can create a mental hell)
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“?/lso = say unto you, 9'2(25>50 ('/LL ,21:5(( !5 .5:205 !51, '=!
('/LL T'5 (21 2: !/1 /L(2 ,21:5(( .5:205 T'5 /135L( 2: 324. .+T '5
T'/T 451=5T' !5 .5:205 !51 ('/LL .5 451=54 .5:205 T'5 /135L( 2:
324.
“?/14 9'2(25>50 ('/LL ("5/@ / 9204 /3/=1(T T'5 (21 2: !/1, =T
('/LL .5 :203=>51 '=!: .+T +1T2 '=! T'/T .L/("'5!5T' /3/=1(T T'5
'2L$ 3'2(T =T ('/LL 12T .5 :203=>51.
“?/14 9'51 T'5$ .0=13 $2+ +1T2 T'5 ($1/323+5(, /14 +1T2
!/3=(T0/T5(, /14 "2950(, T/@5 $5 12 T'2+3'T '29 20 9'/T T'=13 $5
('/LL /1(950, 20 9'/T $5 ('/LL (/$: :20 T'5 '2L$ 3'2(T ('/LL T5/,'
$2+ =1 T'5 (/!5 '2+0 9'/T $5 2+3'T T2 (/$.?”
(Luke 18:F-18
IThe intelligent Co"mic *i-ration, the %h&"ical mani#e"tation o# Go, !ill ro% the
"%eci#ic neee !i"om !ithin &our e3elo%e intuition at the time &ou are re<uire to
"%ea= "omething in e#en"e o# truth an &our"el#, li3ing #or it" cau"e)H
In the a-o3e %a""age", 'e"u" tell" a3ance e3otee" to u"e the Co"mic *i-ration
an it" !i"om, an not the ego !ith it" limitation", #or general guiance o# conuct in
critical moment") Mo"t %eo%le "%ea=, guie onl& -& their "el#i"hne"", #ear an limite ego)
Hence the outcome o# their "%eech o#ten -ecome" i"a"trou" to them) A3ance "oul" #in
it !i"e to guie their intelligence an #ree !ill an "%eech -& the i3ine !i"om in the Hol&
Gho"t FOMG) All true e3otee" !ho ha3e #elt thi" Co"mic Soun or Hol& Gho"t in meitation
can #ruit#ull& guie their intuition an "%eech in all %ro-lem" o# li#e, accoring to the
irection o# in#inite !i"om)
“/nd one of the )o#&any said unto hi#, ?!aster, s&eak to #y brother, that he di*ide
the inheritan)e with #e.? /nd he said unto hi#, ?!an, who #ade #e a Judge or a di*ider
o*er youA?”
(Luke 18:13-14
IMateriall&6mine man, Go an &our =arma "houl -e the Cuge to i3ie the
inheritance in <ue"tion)H
In the a-o3e, 'e"u" "igni#ie" that he !a" %rinci%all& intere"te in "%iritual matter",
there#ore, he i not !ant to -other a-out the i3i"ion o# %ro%ertie")
“/nd he said unto the#, ?Take heed, and beware of )o*etousness: for a #an?s life
)onsisteth not in the abundan)e of the things whi)h he &ossesseth.?”
(Luke 18:1I
It i" <uite u"ual #or %eo%le !ho %o""e"" too man& thing" to -e unha%%&, #or their time
i" "%ent in !orr&ing a-out their %o""e""ion" an not in enCo&ing !hat the& ha3e) 'e"u" al"o
%oint" out that tho"e %er"on" !ho thin= their li3e" are "ecure -ecau"e o# %o""e""ion" are
greatl& mi"ta=en) He goe" on to illu"trate that %oint -& the #ollo!ing %ara-le4
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“/nd he s&ake a &arable unto the#, saying, ?The ground of a )ertain ri)h #an
brought forth &lentifully: /nd he thought within hi#self, saying, ?9hat shall = do, be)ause =
ha*e no roo# where to bestow #y fruitsA? /nd he said, ?This will = do: = will &ull down #y
barns, and build greater; and there will = bestow all #y fruits and #y goods. /nd = will say
to #y soul, ?(oul, thou hast #u)h goods laid u& for #any years; take thine ease, eat, drink,
and be #erry.?
“?.ut 3od said unto hi#, ?Thou fool, this night thy soul shall be re<uired of thee: then
whose shall those things be, whi)h thou hast &ro*idedA? (o is he that layeth u& treasure for
hi#self, and is not ri)h toward 3od.?”
(Luke 18:1C-81
In the a-o3e !or", 'e"u" "%ea=" o# the #al"e "ecurit& !hich co3etou"ne"" #or
material %o""e""ion im%art" to the "oul) Man& men !or= "o har in the !orl #or material
thing", an accumulate 3a"t "um" o# mone&, onl& to ie !hen the& are a-out to enCo& them)
Such e3ent" i"tinctl& "ho! ho! #ooli"h it i" to "%en all oneM" time in ma=ing mone& #or the
#leeting -o& !hich can ie at an& moment)
It i" -etter #or e3er& %er"on to ac<uire the riche" o# la"ting -li"" o# ail& meitation,
!i"om an i3ine <ualitie" -& "er3ing other") Har6earne material riche" ha3e to -e
#or"a=en !ithout notice at the call o# eath, -ut all "%iritual <ualitie" ac<uire -& meitation,
"el#6enial an "el#6i"ci%line are la"ting trea"ure" o# the "oul !hich accom%an& it to
eternit& !hen the -o& cea"e" to e.i"t)
Material riche" tem%oraril& -ring amiration #rom !orll& %eo%le, -ut the& are
u"ele"" at eath) S%iritual riche" ac<uire -& an&one ma& not attract amiration o# !orll&
%eo%le -ut the& are 3er& u"e#ul to the "oul in the a#ter6eath "tate) S%iritual riche" en"ure
eternal #reeom an the "ecurit& o# la"ting ha%%ine"" to the "oul) There#ore, 'e"u" "a&",
human -eing" "houl tr& their utmo"t to u"e the "hort %reciou" time o# li#e to ac<uire the
har3e"t o# immortalit& an not i"illu"ionment)
Mone& an riche" o not en"ure #reeom #rom "ic=ne"" or eath or accient" or
mental "orro!", -ut the i3ine -li"" ac<uire in meitation gi3e" unchangea-le ha%%ine""
to the "oul in moment" o# great trial" an tri-ulation" an al"o at the time o# eath) 'e"u" in
hi" li#e emon"trate that) He ga3e u% all material com#ort" an e3en the com#ort o# hi"
#le"h to -ecome #ree an 3irtuou" -e#ore the e&e" o# Go)
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'ES(SM AD*ICE D
HOB TO B(I+D A BOR+D FREE FROM BARS
D/nd he said unto his dis)i&les, Therefore = say unto you, Take no thought for your
life, what ye shall eat; neither for the body, what ye shall &ut on. The life is #ore than #eat,
and the body is #ore than rai#ent.?
“?,onsider the ra*ens: for they neither sow nor rea&; whi)h neither ha*e storehouse
nor barn; and 3od feedeth the#: how #u)h #ore are ye better than the fowlsA /nd whi)h
of you with taking thought )an add to his stature one )ubitA =f ye then be not able to do that
thing whi)h is least, why take ye thought for the restA?
“?,onsider the lilies how they grow: they toil not, they s&in not; and yet = say unto
you, that (olo#on in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. =f then 3od so )lothe
the grass, whi)h is to day in the field, and to #orrow is )ast into the o*en; how #u)h #ore
will he )lothe you, 2 ye of little faithA?
“?/14 (55@ 12T $5 9'/T $5 ('/LL 5/T, 20 9'/T $5 ('/LL 40=1@,
15=T'50 .5 $5 2: 42+.T:+L !=14. :20 /LL T'5(5 T'=13( 42 T'5 1/T=21(
2: T'5 920L4 (55@ /:T50: /14 $2+0 :/T'50 @1295T' T'/T $5 '/>5 1554
2: T'5(5 T'=13(. .+T 0/T'50 (55@ $5 T'5 @=1342! 2: 324; /14 /LL
T'5(5 T'=13( ('/LL .5 /4454 +1T2 $2+.?”
(Luke 18:88-31
IThere#ore, I "a& unto &ou, o not !orr& all the time a" to !hat =in o# #oo &ou !ill
eat or ho! man& "t&le" o# re"" &ou !ill %ut on) It ta=e" eternal li#e to "u"tain human li#e
an not meat alone, &ou mu"t reali?e that, an the -o& !a" mae to e.%re"" "oul !i"om
an not onl& to -e ecorate !ith re"")
I+oo= at the ra3en" D the& o not com%licate their li3e" -& unnece""ar& e"ire" or
&earning" #or unlimite riche" an &et Go #ee" them, though the& ha3e no "torehou"e or
-arn nor mone& in the -an=) You too D !ho are more im%ortant than ra3en" D !ill al"o -e
loo=e a#ter -& Go, %ro3ie &ou learn to ha3e a-"olute #aith that He i" the +i#e -ehin
&our li#e, an that -rea an raiment are not the thing" that "u"tain an maintain &our li#e)
IBhen &ou cannot a one cu-it to &our "tature -& all &our "truggle" an e##ort",
then !h& "houl &ou !orr& a-out &our -o& !hich i" irectl& maintaine -& Go an the
a-unance o# nature an inirectl& -& &our earning ca%acit& an %h&"ical e##ort"JH
Con"ier the +ilie"
I+oo= at the lilie", ho! the& are -eauti#ul an #ragrant) The& maintain them"el3e"
!ithout a "alar& or "tarting a -u"ine""N Solomon !ith all hi" ac<uire earthl& %o!er" an
=ingl& re""e" coul not loo= "o grace#ul an i3ine a" the Go6gro!n lil&) Go ha" the
%o!er o# li#e an eath o3er all -ig an "mall thing"E He !ill clothe &ou !ho are mae in Hi"
image an &et ha3e "o little #aith in the immortal %o!er" !ithin &ou a" a irect e"cenent
o# Go) Do not "%en all &our time loo=ing a#ter &our -oil& nee", an o not -e in ou-t
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that Go, !ho ha" gi3en &ou li#e an create all ei-le thing" to "u"tain it, !ill remem-er to
"u%%ort &our li#e)
IAll the nation" o# the earth #ooli"hl& "%en all their time "ee=ing a#ter #oo an rin=
an %h&"ical national !ell6-eing D that i" !h& the& mi"lea them"el3e" an -ecome
in3ol3e in inu"trial "el#i"hne"" leaing to !ar" an e"truction) +et the nation" o# the
earth "ee= Go in"tea an li3e -eneath the cano%& o# international "%iritual -rotherhoo)
To "uch -rother nation" !ho li3e in %eace an Go6con"ciou"ne"", the Hea3enl& Father,
!ho =no!" the nee" o# all, -e"to!" la"ting %ro"%erit&, !ell6earne -& international
-rotherhoo, goo!ill an international -u"ine"") The nation" o# the earth an ini3iual"
!ho "ee= the =ingom o# Go -& ac<uiring la"ting ha%%ine"" -& ail& meitation, !ill #in
that along !ith the ac<uirement o# la"ting "%iritual ha%%ine"" an harmon& the& !ill
automaticall& attract health, %ro"%erit&, an material riche")H
In the"e !or", 'e"u" gi3e" to the nation" o# the earth an ini3iual" the greate"t
reci%e #or ini3iual an national ha%%ine"") The "tate o# the moern man an nation !ho
are mone&6ma i"tinctl& "ho!" that -& "el#i"hne"" the& are !rec=ing ini3iual an
national ha%%ine"") Ini3iual "el#i"hne"" an %atriotic "el#i"hne"" -oth create i"orer an
!ant in the #amil& an in the nation) Moern com%etiti3e -u"ine"" li#e i" %erniciou" -ecau"e
each one trie" to ta=e a!a& the %o""e""ion" o# other") Thu" in a communit& o# one
thou"an -u"ine""men each -u"ine""man ha" 000 enemie" an com%etitor") 'e"u" tol
each man to "hare hi" %o""e""ion" !ith all) Accoring to that la!, each %er"on in a
communit& o# /888, ha" 000 hel%er") I# the ictator" o# i##erent nation", in"tea o#
concentrating on armament" an %atriotic "el#i"hne"", turne the min" o# their #ollo!er"
to!ar the ac<uirement o# %eace, %ro"%erit&, international -rotherhoo an the -li"" o#
meitation, the earth toa& !oul -e a hea3enE %ro"%erit&, health an material !ell6-eing
!oul -e ae unto all the "%iritual trea"ure" o# the nation")
Com%lication" o# Ci3ili?ation
I# the nation" o# the earth i not com%licate ci3ili?ation -& inu"trial "el#i"hne""
!hich lea" to o3er%rouction, then all %eo%le" !oul ha3e %lent& to eat an to li3e in
%ro"%erit&) But "ince %atriotic "el#i"hne"" an material %ro"%erit& are the "ole aim" o#
almo"t all nation", the !orl i" thro!n into chao" an con#u"ion re"ulting in #amine an the
a3oia-le mi"erie" o# !ar")
I# all the nation" o# the earth li3e in -rotherhoo an !ante to %lea"e Go an
Chri"t, the& !oul e.change #oo an raiment an !oul ne3er "u##er #rom lac=, #amine or
%o3ert&) The %re"ent economic "&"tem o# %ro#iteering an e.%loitation ha" #aile, an a
-rotherhoo o# nation" an a -rotherhoo o# nece""ar& inu"trie" an inu"triali"t" can
alone -ring la"ting %ro"%erit& to the !orl)
It i" im%erati3e no! that ini3iual" an nation" #or"a=e inu"trial "el#i"hne"", to
#ee an clothe the international -o&) Nation" o# the earth "houl learn to ac<uire !i"om,
to meitate an -e in tune !ith the In#inite, "o the& can #ee the national "oul !ith e3er6
la"ting ha%%ine"") Nation" !ho are rich in %ro"%erit& -ut not in !i"om an Go6-li"" o#
meitation ma& lo"e their un-alance material %ro"%erit& through ci3il !ar, #ight" -et!een
ca%ital an la-or, an trou-le" !ith en3iou" neigh-or" !ho ma& -e Cealou" o# their material
%ro"%erit&) Ca%ital an la-or li=e -rain an lim-" "houl coo%erate #or the ha%%ine"" o# the
-o& an "oul o# the nation an not #ight an run into mutual e"truction)
Ini3iual" an nation" li3ing in tune !ith Go an Hi" ieal" o# -rotherhoo an
%eace !oul e.i"t in %er%etual %ro"%erit& an "%iritual ha%%ine"") But all nation" !ho
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-elie3e in the %o!er o# the "!or an in inu"trial an %atriotic "el#i"hne"" "ooner or later
-ring %h&"ical, mental an "%iritual i"a"ter to them"el3e" an other -rother nation")
Go, !ho i" the Pro3ier o# the co"mo", =no!" the nee" o# ini3iual" an nation"
an i# He #ee" the ra3en ho! much more !oul He %ro3ie e3er&thing to the ini3iual
an the nation !ho are in tune !ith Hi" ieal"N
Moern chaotic conition" o3er the !orl are the re"ult o# li3ing -& ungol& ieal")
Ini3iual" an nation" can -e %rotecte #rom utter e"truction i# the& li3e -& hea3enl&
ieal" o# -rotherhoo, inu"trial coo%eration an international e.change o# earthl& goo"
an "%iritual e.%erience") Patriotic "el#i"hne"" ha" #aile to im%art national "ecurit& an
%ro"%erit& an in"tea ha" -rought on national i"a"ter", !ar", unem%lo&ment, #ear",
in"ecurit&, "tar3ation an natural calamitie" F"uch a" earth<ua=e", hurricane", u"t "torm"
!hich are the inirect re"ult" o# the accumulate e3il action" o# ini3iual" an nation"G)
Material Riche"
In the a-o3e !or", 'e"u" i not mean that no one "houl eat or %ut on clothe", or
meet the conition" im%erati3e to li#e) He meant that %eo%le "houl not "%ent their li3e" in
Cu"t thin=ing o# #oo an clothing a" mo"t o# the %eo%le o# the !orl o) Great "cienti"t" an
literar& men al"o eat an re"", -ut their !hole min" are engro""e in the "u-Cect" in
!hich the& ha3e "%eciali?e)
'e"u" !arn" %eo%le not to -e material an u"e all their energie" in !orr&ing a-out
#oo an raiment) 'e"u" tell" u" to concentrate on eternal li#e !hich i" the "ource o# all
li3e", an attain immortalit&, !hile ca"uall& eating or clothing the -o& !ithout much
!orr&ing) 'e"u" ate an clothe him"el# -ut hi" !hole min !a" on Go) B& thi" he #oun
the "ource o# li#e an i not !a"te time in ac<uiring the tran"itor& nece""itie" !hich
"u%%ort the im%ermanent -oil& hou"e o# the immortal "oul)
+i=e!i"e, nation" o# the earth coul -e much ha%%ier i# the& a3ocate %lain li3ing
an high thin=ing an concentrate their min" in "%iritual e3elo%ment, %oetr& an
%hilo"o%h& an le"" on com%licate -u"ine"" e3elo%ment an mone&6mane"" !hich
lea" to the e"truction o# %h&"ical ha%%ine"") Bu"ine"" i" #or the ha%%ine"" o# man an
man !a" not mae #or -u"ine"") Onl& that much -u"ine"" i" nece""ar& !hich oe" not
inter#ere !ith the "%iritual e3elo%ment o# man) Moern -u"ine"" -eing com%etiti3e ta=e"
the entire time o# man an lea3e" him ragge an thu" ma=e" him una-le to concentrate in
ma=ing hi" li#e trul& an "%irituall& ha%%&)
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(Luke 18:38-34
IFear not, little #loc= o# e3otee", #or through &our e3otion the Father !ill #eel
Cu"ti#ie an %lea"e to gi3e &ou the =ingom o# Omni%re"ence !hich -elong" to &ou a"
&ou are mae in Hi" image)H
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De"ire For Go Onl&
IYour onl& e"ire -eing to =no! Go an to #ollo! the %ath o# renunciation, "ell all
&our earthl& %ro%ert& an gi3e a!a& the mone& recei3e to the %oor an the nee&) Do not
concentrate in carr&ing material -ag" !hich rot an eca& !ith u"e -ut carr& !ith &ou the
uneca&ing rece%tacle o# intuition e3elo%e -& ee% meitation) Store there the trea"ure"
o# !i"om, e3er6ne! -li"", con"ciou"ne"" o# Omni%re"ence, !hich !ill ne3er #ail or -e
ta=en a!a& #rom &ou) Such hea3enl& trea"ure" ac<uire -& meitation cannot -e ta=en
a!a& -& the thie# o# eath or e"tro&e -& the moth o# time) Borll& %eo%le concentrate on
the in"ecurit& o# material %lea"ure", -ut let &our heart -e concentrate on &our ac<uire
e3erla"ting %lea"ure" o# Go6reali?ation)H
In the a-o3e !or", 'e"u" %oint" out that %roigal chilren o# Go mu"t remem-er
the i3ine image in them an thu" merit "%iritual emanci%ation) No one can !re"t the
"%iritual =ingom #rom Go -& #ollo!ing the "%iritual la! alone, #or the Hea3enl& Father
re"er3e" the right to gi3e "al3ation !hen He thin=" #it) But it mu"t al"o -e remem-ere that
Go alrea& mae man in Hi" image an there#ore man i" -oun to reco3er hi" i3init&
e3en though he i" ee%l& -urie -eneath the e-ri" o# incarnation" o# elu"ion) It ha" -een
the goo %lea"ure o# the Hea3enl& Father to "tam% Hi" %er#ect image in all Hi" human
chilren an !hen the& #or"a=e their ienti#ication !ith their human nature an -ring out
their %er#ect i3ine image, then an then onl& the Hea3enl& Father i" %lea"e to recei3e
them -ac= in Hi" home o# immortalit&)
In the a-o3e !or", 'e"u" enunciate" the ut& o# the man o# a-"olute renunciation
!ho !ant" to =no! Go alone -& #or"a=ing e3er&thing el"e) That i" !h& 'e"u" "a&" all
renunciate" !ho ha3e an& %o""e""ion" "houl "ell them an gi3e alm", an concentrate
onl& on ac<uirement o# the -ag o# intuition #ull o# the hea3enl& trea"ure" o# im%eri"ha-le
i3ine <ualitie")
D?Let your loins be girded about, and your lights burning; /nd ye yoursel*es like unto
#en that wait for their lord, when he will return fro# the wedding; that when he )o#eth and
kno)keth, they #ay o&en unto hi# i##ediately. .L5((54 /05 T'2(5 (50>/1T(,
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/14 9=LL ,2!5 :20T' /14 (50>5 T'5!.
“?/nd if he shall )o#e in the se)ond wat)h, or )o#e in the third wat)h, and find the#
so, blessed are those ser*ants. /nd this know, that if the good#an of the house had known
what hour the thief would )o#e, he would ha*e wat)hed, and not ha*e suffered his house
to be broken through. .5 $5 T'505:205 05/4$ /L(2: :20 T'5 (21 2: !/1
,2!5T' /T /1 '2+0 9'51 $5 T'=1@ 12T.?
“Then "eter said unto hi#, ?Lord, s&eakest thou this &arable unto us, or e*en to allA?
/nd the Lord said, ?9ho then is that faithful and wise steward, who# his lord shall #ake
ruler o*er his household, to gi*e the# their &ortion of #eat in due seasonA?
“?.lessed is that ser*ant, who# his lord when he )o#eth shall find so doing. 2f a
truth = say unto you, that he will #ake hi# ruler o*er all that he hath. .ut and if that ser*ant
say in his heart, ?!y lord delayeth his )o#ing;? and shall begin to beat the #enser*ants and
#aidens, and to eat and drink, and to be drunken; The lord of that ser*ant will )o#e in a
day when he looketh not for hi#, and at an hour when he is not aware, and will )ut hi# in
sunder, and will a&&oint hi# his &ortion with the unbelie*ers.?
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“?/nd that ser*ant, whi)h knew his lord?s will, and &re&ared not hi#self, neither did
a))ording to his will, shall be beaten with #any stri&es.?
“?.ut he that knew not, and did )o##it things worthy of stri&es, shall be beaten with
few stri&es. :20 +1T2 9'2!(25>50 !+,' =( 3=>51, 2: '=! ('/LL .5 !+,'
05M+=054: /14 T2 9'2! !51 '/>5 ,2!!=TT54 !+,', 2: '=! T'5$ 9=LL /(@
T'5 !205.?”
(Luke 18:3I-4F
I>ee% &our "%iritual !ill rea& an concentrate !ithin, -eholing the i##erent light"
or "tar" in the "%inal cor -& !hich &ou can lea &our con"ciou"ne"" #rom the #inite -o& to
the in#inite -& "ening &our con"ciou"ne"" an li#e #orce through them into S%irit) You
"houl -e li=e true e3otee" !aiting #or the i3ine co"mic con"ciou"ne"" to -e mani#e"t in
&our -oil& hou"e, a#ter that co"mic con"ciou"ne"" return" #rom it" !ee unit& !ith all
nature an thu" i"tinctl& ma=e" it"el# mani#e"t through the con"ciou"ne"" o# the e3otee
!ithout the hien co3ering o# natureM" mani#e"tation")H
Co"mic Con"ciou"ne""
IBhen the co"mic con"ciou"ne"" come" an =noc=" at the gate" o# the e3oteeM"
intuition it mu"t -e recei3e !ith e3otion) Tho"e "er3ant" an e3otee" o# Go are
-le""e !ith eternal emanci%ation !hen the co"mic con"ciou"ne"" arri3e" in their
con"ciou"ne"" an #in" them ali3e !ith !i"om an !atching to recei3e Go an i"-an
ignorance)
I*eril& I eclare -& the truth !hich I #eel !ithin me, Go "hall come to the true
e3otee an "er3e him !ith the meat o# true !i"om an i3ine communion) An !hen
Go come", once or t!ice or thrice, in the !atch#ul con"ciou"ne"" o# the e3otee", the& !ill
-e -le""e -& "%iritual #reeom #or ha3ing %a""e all the te"t" o# i3ine communion) That
e3otee i" goo !ho =ee%" hi" -oil& an mental hou"e !ell guare !ith !i"om "o that
the thie# o# ignorance cannot come in "uenl& an -rea= through hi" con"ciou"ne"",
"tealing hi" "%iritual <ualitie") 'u"t a" the thie# enter "uenl& an "tealthil& in a hou"e, "o
remem-er that Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" come" to the e3otee "uenl& an "tealthil& to "ee i#
he i" rea& to recei3e him)H
Dela& i" Dangerou"
IThe true e3otee i" al!a&" !atch#ul an recei3e" the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" no
matter !hen it come", -ut the #it#ull& !i"e e3otee o#ten mi""e" the mani#e"tation o# Chri"t
Con"ciou"ne"") That "er3ant !ho i" uncea"ingl& #aith#ul an con"tantl& !i"e an e3er6
!atch#ul, i" mae ma"ter -& the +or Go o# hi" -oil& an mental hou"e, an i" gi3en
enough meat or !i"om to control all hi" "er3ant "en"e") Bhen the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne""
"uenl& 3i"it" the e3otee an #in" him ali3e !ith !i"om, then trul& that e3otee #in"
com%lete "el#6ma"ter& o3er him"el# -& the %ermanent contact o# Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"")
IBut the carele"" an !him"ical e3otee !ho thin=" that he !ill not meitate e3er&
a& -ecau"e the mani#e"tation o# Go Con"ciou"ne"" i" ela&e, an thu" goe" on to ill6
treat hi" "er3ant "en"e" an in"ult an mi"u"e the maien" o# hi" #ine #eeling" an to enCo&
"en"e o-Cect" an -e run= !ith elu"ion, !ill #in that the Chri"t Con"ciou"ne"" !ill -e
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con"ciou"l& mani#e"te to him "ome a& !hen he !ill not -e loo=ing #or it, at a time !hen
he !ill not -e "%irituall& !atch#ul an, #ining him "%irituall& negligent, !ill "e%arate an go
a!a& #rom the carele"" e3oteeM" con"ciou"ne"")
ISuch a negligent e3otee ue to hi" e3otion recei3e" a tem%orar& contact o# Go
-ut through negligence lo"e" Him again an -ecome" cla""e !ith the un-elie3er" !ho
ne3er ha3e the contact o# Go) That e3otee !ho intuiti3el& #elt GoM" !ill an i not
%re%are him"el# to meet the i3ine te"te" or o-e& the i3ine !ill "hall #in him"el# la"he -&
!orrie" an the acute "orro! o# lo"ing Go a#ter #ining Him) But that e3otee !ho i"
uncon"ciou"l& neglect#ul o# GoM" coming !ill not "u##er "o much) Much !atch#ulne"" an
"%iritual "anit& i" re<uire o# e3otee" !ith !i"om, Cu"t a" men e.%ect much #rom
re"%on"i-le "ocial leaer")H
In the a-o3e, 'e"u" "%ea=" o# a3ance e3ote" !ho "houl ne3er concentrate on
the -o& -ut on the "e3en rece%tacle" o# energ& in the "%ine an i3ine con"ciou"ne"" "o
that ignorance ma& ne3er in3ae them an the& -e al!a&" rea& to recei3e the
mani#e"tation o# Go !ho i" hien -ehin Hi" con"ort, nature) The returning o# the +or
#rom the !eing "igni#ie" that Go i" hien an -u"& in nature, -ut He i"-an" all the
elu"ion" o# natural mani#e"tation" an re3eal" Him"el# a" co"mic con"ciou"ne"" an light
to the true e3otee)
Go ma& come, ue to the carele"" e3oteeM" e3otion, -ut goe" a!a& -ecau"e he
i" negligent an inulge" in "en"e enCo&ment) Tho"e e3otee" !ho con"ciou"l& =no! that
Go can mani#e"t in them an &et neglect to renounce "en"e %lea"ure, #in the "uen
mani#e"tation o# Go in them an Hi" "uen e%arture) Such e3otee" then reali?e the
acutene"" o# mental "u##ering #or ha3ing #oun Go, the Emanci%ator o# the uni3er"e, an
then "uenl& lo"ing Him)
The Pur%o"e o# Go
The %ur%o"e o# Go 3i"iting the e3otee i" that He al!a&" re"%on" to the e3oteeM"
e3otion, -ut i# the e3otee ha%%en" to lea an un"%iritual li#e He goe" a!a& a#ter
mani#e"ting Him"el# in a glim%"e" to the e3otee) Bhile the i"a%%earance o# Go #rom
"uch carele"" e3otee" "eem" to -ring "u##ering to them, "till the e3otee" "houl -e
encourage to "ee= Go %ermanentl&) Thou"an" -elie3e that the contact o# Go i"
im%o""i-le -ut the carele"" e3otee =no!" i##erentl& e3en i# #or onl& a little !hile) E3en in
hi" "u##ering he reali?e" that he !ill -e a-le to =no! Go %ermanentl& -& #or"a=ing hi"
carele"" un"%iritual ha-it")
Then 'e"u" "%ea=" o# the thir cla"" o# e3otee" !ho #ollo! "%iritual rule"
mechanicall&) I# -& chance the& contact Go #or a trice in meitation, the& onMt "u##er much
#or lo"ing Him, -ecau"e o# lac= o# e%th in their "%iritual #eeling #or Go)
Go ne3er -eat" the e3otee" !ith "tri%e" -ut the& #eel the %ang" o# "u##ering
through their o!n #oll& o# lo"ing Go a#ter once #ining Him) Bhen the e3oteeM" e3otion i"
ri%e, Go mani#e"t" Him"el# unto him, e3en though he ma& not -e loo=ing #or i3ine
mani#e"tation") But to contact Go %ermanentl&, the e3otee mu"t -e e3er6!atch#ul o# hi"
i3ine con"ciou"ne"" in the "tate" o# "lee%, ream an !a=e#ulne"") An& e3otee !ho
em%ha"i?e" an& -oil& or mental act other than concentrating !holl& on Go cannot retain
Him %ermanentl&)
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D?= a# )o#e to send fire on the earth; and what will =, if it be already kindledA .ut =
ha*e a ba&tis# to be ba&tiKed with; and how a# = straitened till it be a))o#&lishedH
(+""2(5 $5 T'/T = /! ,2!5 T2 3=>5 "5/,5 21 5/0T'A = T5LL $2+, 1/$; .+T
0/T'50 4=>=(=21: :or fro# hen)eforth there shall be fi*e in one house di*ided, three
against two, and two against three.?
“?The father shall be di*ided against the son, and the son against the father; the
#other against the daughter, and the daughter against the #other; the #other in law
against her daughter in law, and the daughter in law against her #other in law.? /nd he
said also to the &eo&le, ?9hen ye see a )loud rise out of the west, straightway ye say,
There )o#eth a shower;? and so it is. /nd when ye see the south wind blow, ye say, ?There
will be heat;? and it )o#eth to &ass. $e hy&o)rites, ye )an dis)ern the fa)e of the sky and of
the earth; but how is it that ye do not dis)ern this ti#eA $ea, and why e*en of yoursel*es
Judge ye not what is rightA?”
(Luke 18:47-IE
II am come on earth to "%rea the #ire o# !i"om !hich !ill mercile""l& -urn all
-arrier" o# ignorance) No! that #ire i" alrea& =inle !ith the #ire o# ignorance6-urning
!i"om an ho! can I #eel "ati"#ie until that i" accom%li"heJ Some o# &ou !ho thin= that
I came on earth onl& to gi3e %eace, are mi"ta=en, #or m& !i"om i" going to create al"o
i3i"ion, -et!een the goo an the -a) All m& #ollo!er" !ho #ollo! me in truth an
uner"taning !ill "e%arate them"el3e" #rom tho"e !ho li3e in ar=ne"") Peace cannot
reign in a #amil& !here the #ather ma& #ollo! m& teaching" an the "on ma& #ollo! "atanic
elu"ion")H
In the a-o3e !or", 'e"u" i" "%ea=ing a-out the #ier& nature o# !i"om) Bi"om
gi3e" %eace to tho"e !ho are in tune !ith it an -urn" tho"e !ho are again"t it) Truth i" li=e
a #ire !hich hanle %ro%erl& gi3e" !armth an light, -ut an&one !ho trie" to get into it an
!re"tle !ith it, get" -urne)
Truth ha" a #ier& 3i-ration) True e3otee" tune them"el3e" !ith truth -& rai"ing their
3i-ration -& "%iritual i"ci%line, -ut ignorant %eo%le !ho #ight truth -& ignorance #in
them"el3e" mi"era-le)
D?9hen thou goest with thine ad*ersary to the #agistrate, as thou art in the way,
gi*e diligen)e that thou #ayest be deli*ered fro# hi#; lest he hale thee to the Judge, and
the Judge deli*er thee to the offi)er, and the offi)er )ast thee into &rison. = tell thee, thou
shalt not de&art then)e, till thou hast &aid the *ery last #ite.?”
(Luke 18:IF-I7
IAn& e3otee !ho in hi" intro"%ection #in" that hi" a3er"ar& D the =armic la! D ha"
arra&e him -e#ore the magi"trate o# co"mic la!, mu"t %ra& that he -e eli3ere #rom
rea%ing the re"ult" o# hi" -a action", #or mo"t %eo%le conemne -& the Cuge o# co"mic
la! are eli3ere into the %ri"on o# "u##ering -& the o##icer" o# =armic tenencie"
Ftenencie" ari"ing #rom e3il action")G I tell &ou that &ou cannot get a!a& #rom the tri-unal
o# the co"mic la! an la! o# =arma go3erning all human action" until &ou ha3e %ai u% -&
!or=ing out &our e3il =arma", -& "u##ering an %ra&er)H
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In the a-o3e !or", 'e"u" i" "%ea=ing o# the in"cruta-le la! o# cau"e an e##ect
go3erning all action" Fla! o# =armaG, "o that !hen a %er"on ha" alrea& %er#orme goo or
e3il action", he mu"t rea% their goo an -a re"ult") The la! o# e3il =arma i" the great
a3er"ar& o# man #or it -ring" numerou" "u##ering") Man can -e %artiall& an in time !holl&
#ree #rom the e##ect" o# e3il =arma i# he continuou"l& %ra&" #or %aron to the i3ine
magi"trate, the ma=er o# the co"mic la!, !hich go3ern" all li3e" an all action")
DThere were &resent at that season so#e that told hi# of the 3alilaeans, whose
blood "ilate had #ingled with their sa)rifi)es. /nd ;esus answering said unto the#,
?(u&&ose ye that these 3alilaeans were sinners abo*e all the 3alilaeans, be)ause they
suffered su)h thingsA?
“?= tell you, 1ay: but, e6)e&t ye re&ent, ye shall all likewise &erish. 2r those eighteen,
u&on who# the tower in (iloa# fell, and slew the#, think ye that they were sinners abo*e
all #en that dwelt in ;erusale#A? = tell you, ?1ay: but, e6)e&t ye re&ent, ye shall all likewise
&erish.?”
(Luke 13:1-I
In the a-o3e !or", 'e"u" i" "%ea=ing o# the la! o# =arma Fcau"e an e##ect !hich
go3ern" all human action"G) 'e"u" i" correcting an error in the min" o# tho"e !ho thought
the& !ere 3irtuou" -ecau"e the& !ere li3ing !hile tho"e that !ere =ille -& Pilate or the
#alling o# the to!er !ere great "inner")
It i" riiculou" #or e"ca%e murerer" to %it& tho"e murerer" !ho ha3e %ai the
%enalt& !ith eath) For the e"ca%e murerer" !ill meet the "ame #ate !hene3er the&
ha%%en to -e caught) +i=e!i"e 'e"u" e.%laine that the %eo%le aroun him !ere actual
"inner" #or !hom la!#ul %uni"hment a!aite) It !a" riiculou" #or them to thin= that the
"lain Galilean" an the eighteen %eri"he -& the to!er !ere greater "inner") 'e"u" meant
that eath -& legal la! or accient i not al!a&" "ho! that %er"on" ea !ere great
"inner") Some %eo%le li3ing might -e much greater "inner" than tho"e !ho !ere ea)
Death i" not al!a&" the re"ult o# "in", neither oe" Go "en eath -ecau"e o# oneM" "in#ul
action")
Sin certainl& -ring" "%iritual eath, lo"" o# immortal Co& !hich i" greater than %h&"ical
eath) Sin -ring" torture o# con"cience an corroing inner mental %uni"hment !hich
"ometime" are greater than %h&"ical eath) So 'e"u" "a&", IDonMt thin= that the "lain
%eo%le !ere greater "inner", #or among &ou are "inner" greater than them) (nle"" &ou
men &our !a&" an #or"a=e &our e3il action", &our "%iritual li#e !ill %eri"h !hich !ill -e
greater than %h&"ical eath)H 'e"u" !arn" again"t the %ractice o# "ome %eo%le !ho ne3er
anal&?e them"el3e", thin=ing the& are more 3irtuou" than other" !ho ha3e "u##ere i"ea"e
or eath)
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