Beloved El Morya
David Christopher Lewis
November 8, 2016 9:08–9:35 am MST
Investing in God’s Will through Daily Focus on the Mission of the Great White Brotherhood
I received this HeartStream from El Morya this morning and I’d like to read it to you. The message is titled “Investing in God’s Will through Daily Focus on the Mission of the Great White Brotherhood.”
Disciples of the Will of God,
Intense are the energies of pure Spirit. Replete with cosmic joy are the currents from the will of the One. Radiant are the streams of God-consciousness that flow from the mind of God. Fragrant are the sacred aromas that grace the universe from the Heart of True Compassion.
It is Election Day. Have you elected today to do the will of God? Have you selected the best inner candidates for personal change and transformation? Have you opted to follow a new trajectory of light to the heart, mind and will of God in order to further the cause of oneness, harmony and truth?
Truth seeks a vehicle for expression. Wisdom knows her own, who are open to progressive revelation and the spirals of higher realities. The teachings of the arhats await those whose minds are quickened through deep introspection and focused attention upon the first ray of the dawning of their own spirit’s ascent to the throne of pure beingness.
I come to inculcate a new sense of the oneness of purpose within every initiate of the sacred fire. I invest ampoules of blue-fire joy within the souls of those whose motives are pure and who desire to emulate the Sun and refresh the Earth with solar grace. I look for those willing to be fused with divine light and energized with Spirit’s graces, gifts and gratitude for life.
You who seek a better world may look within to find it in that universe that God created inside you. You who desire a more loving humanity may restore compassion to its rightful place of grace in your own lives by consciously employing kindness as a means for resolution of conflict and planetary peace. You who would influence mankind to be more noble and true may draw upon the star-fire radiance of cosmic virtue through mindful meditation upon the Causeless One.
Yes, intense are the energies of pure Spirit. Yet those who access my fire know somewhat of its purposes to cleanse and transform, to purge and release you from every vestige of darkness and the denial of truth, patience and happiness. You may win the day through surrender to the oneness state of unity and the beautiful ambition of selflessness.
To be truthful with self requires sweating great drops of blood, spiritual blood, to absolve yourself of your lesser desires and to resolve yourself fully to engage in God’s life plan for you. To be honest with the inner man or woman of your heart means that you are willing to strive past every seeming obstacle, every delay tactic, every temptation to engage in lesser pursuits that take you far afield from the singularity of wisdom, the unity of will, the oneness of love.
Try a new path if necessary. Walk a new route to be refreshed by the angels of change. Traverse a new mountain pass to access higher gifts and more refined thoughts of the Divine One. Virtue fulfills within you your purpose when you are awake to its inner callings. Muses respond when you pray with authentic power to bring them to your altar, your office, your kitchen.
The Zen masters move amidst the minds of the still ones. The Buddhas meditate with the sentient whose mastery of silence within brings them to far-flung stars and pulsars of blue-fire joy. The Elohim await bold co-creators who are willing to first destroy every unreality within and then open the portal to multiverses of oneness, divergent streams of God-light.
Frequent my retreat for my guidance. Invite my daily darshan with your soul. Impel the blue-ray masters to respond by being our aides-de-camp and powering through to complete every assignment with audacity and cosmic flair. We deny the profligate ones as well as all toady-tools. We rely on every initiate to do his work, to fulfill her mission. Get to it! Do it Now!
So these are the words of El Morya Khan, chief of the Darjeeling Council of the Great White Brotherhood, chohan of the first ray, master of the will of God. As we reflect on the Zen words that he shared today, this master who lives beyond duality, we see that he uses the Zen means of helping us move beyond our human mind through words that trick the carnal mind. And he plants seeds of light within our higher mind so that we can access them through ways and means that afford us his graces, which are God’s graces. He puts the responsibility squarely back upon our shoulders to be initiates and advocates of the will of God, to engage in daily work, striving and, most importantly, the inner alchemy of scientific beingness that comes because we decide to be one with God and we aver that God’s will is primal in our life.
We access true wisdom by being true to ourselves. We meditate in silence to access the Great Silence with the Buddhas, the Zen masters. The Elohim abide in cosmic stillness. He says, “The Elohim await bold co-creators who are willing to first destroy every unreality within and then open the portal to multiverses of oneness, divergent streams of God-light.”
There is a whole alchemy of the path within this message, whereby when we meditate on each phrase and idea we are emboldened to act forthrightly, judiciously and yet with that intrepid and bold spirit of first-ray disciples. If we would be that vehicle for the expression of truth, we must focus on El Morya’s mind, El Morya’s diamond-shining mind. If we would be that Wisdom, who knows us when we are in the flame of golden-liquid light, we must be ever open to progressive revelation and the spirals of higher realities.
When you meditate, where do you go? Where is your consciousness? Can you focus upon a divine concept long enough to bring it fully into the complex of your creative mind in your present awareness so that it actually becomes so energized and activated right there in the space of your awareness that, through your focus, you can actually precipitate something divine in the etheric and draw it as close as you can into the physical?
I realized that from an early age I was doing alchemy by conceiving of things as being done and then moving backward from their conclusion in finality into the present moment and assessing and accessing the steps that had to be done for them to be fulfilled. And I think many of you have done this, especially those who have been involved in businesses or creative projects. You conceptualize the end result and what your dream can be, and then you have to gather the tools, the resources, in some cases the money to buy those resources, and then you work assiduously, step by step, to complete a stage of that project until you finally put the capstone on it. You can finally check it off your list and say: “It is finished. Done with this episode in strife, I AM made one with immortal life.”
So every project that you complete is really a test of endurance, focus, beingness. And a part of yourself is fulfilled within that project or creative work and a part of you ascends to your Divine Presence. The energies that you have put into that project actually impel particles of yourself to ascend into your causal body, which becomes greater and greater. And eventually the fruit within your causal body is so great that you have the cosmic oomph to then ascend to the heart of God—no ballast, just the hot air, the good hot air.
So every creative and loving work, every virtuous thought and deed, every kind, compassionate word and gesture and graceful act toward another human being or to life itself impels some aspect of energy of your soul to rise. And when enough of that energy of your soul has risen to your Presence through focus upon what is good, divine, beautiful and whole, then you have the wherewithal to continue investing until that day, that sacred day, when God says: “I behold you as my own. I love you as my own. You are immortal now. You live, move and have your being in eternality.” Who is to know when that day is, and yet it can be every day, in one sense, in that every day is part of the ascension process—every day that we are investing in God’s will through daily focus on the mission of the Great White Brotherhood, which is the title of this HeartStream.
He says, “It is Election Day. Have you elected today to do the will of God?” More important than the candidates that you select on the ballot is whether you select the best inner candidates for personal change and transformation. What within you still requires transmutation, transformation, change? “Have you opted to follow a new trajectory of light to the heart, mind and will of God in order to further the cause of oneness, harmony and truth?” We may select others to represent us or to hopefully lead our nation, our state, our local municipality, or whatever, yet ultimately we must choose to select God to inspire the leaders to act according to the will, wisdom and love of God.
I was going to write a letter to the newspaper and say that I cannot vote for anyone who is not pro-life, because to me this is the seminal voice of every person—to either further life or to be a party to death. And this is why for many years some of us have chosen to vote for those who are pro-life, simply because that one mind-set, “I will either support life or I will destroy life,” says everything. And there are many aspects of this, of course. Some who are pro-life are pro-the death penalty. It seems like a dichotomy. And many who are pro-choice are against the death penalty, another dichotomy. So which is it? If you’re pro-life, you’re pro-life in every case, everywhere, with everyone. So you have to be true to what life is, in my opinion.
“You who seek a better world may look within to find it in that universe that God created inside you.” If we only seek the better world outside by trying to change everything, by electing people whom we politically agree with or by trying to deny those whom we politically disagree with, then are we putting our attention somewhere else other than where true change occurs—inside of us?
“You who desire a more loving humanity may restore compassion to its rightful place of grace in your own lives by consciously employing kindness as a means for resolution of conflict and planetary peace.” He’s saying kindness is a means to this divine end—resolution of conflict first, which then eventuates in planetary peace.
“You who would influence mankind to be more noble and true may draw upon the star-fire radiance of cosmic virtue within you through mindful meditation upon the Causeless One,” God.
Then he repeats the first statement that he made after addressing us as disciples of the will of God, which was, “Intense are the energies of pure Spirit.” He feels that; he knows how intense those energies of pure Spirit are. He’s basked in the fires of the Great Central Sun, so he knows how intense they are. He repeats himself and says, “Yes, intense are the energies of pure Spirit.” Yet those who access my fire know somewhat of its purposes to cleanse and transform.” So what he’s saying is, don’t just go directly to the Great Central Sun—you would be burned to a crisp. Bask in my fires for a while, the will of God. If you can handle my light, maybe someday you’ll be able to bask in the light of the Great Central Sun. Yet those who access my fire know somewhat of its purposes. Whose purposes? Spirit’s purposes to cleanse and transform, to purge and release you from every vestige of darkness and the denial of truth, patience and happiness.
“You may win the day through surrender to the oneness state of unity”—and I love this Zen statement—“and the beautiful ambition of selflessness.” So what’s the beautiful ambition? It’s really the pure motive of selflessness. And he calls it the beautiful ambition of selflessness, a Zen statement. I love it when El Morya engages in Zen statements.
“To be truthful with self requires sweating great drops of spiritual blood to absolve yourself of your lesser desires.” We are really our own forgivers and priests. When we work within, we do that work of transmutation by sweating great drops of spiritual blood, getting rid of our lesser desires, transmuting them. And we resolve ourselves fully to engage in God’s life plan for us.
“To be honest with the inner man or woman of your heart means that you are willing to strive past every seeming obstacle”—obstacles are there chiefly within our own mind—“every delay tactic, every temptation to engage in lesser pursuits that take you far afield from the singularity of wisdom, the unity of will, the oneness of love. Try a new path.” Walk a new route. “Traverse a new mountain pass.”
So I’ve highlighted a few of these concepts within this HeartStream. We’re at the end of our time together. Again, I apologize for the issue of being able to communicate with you, but it’s such a beautiful message from El Morya. I will take it to heart. I’ll send this to our transcribers and hopefully we’ll get this one up on our site as soon as possible, both in audio/video and then very soon in transcript form.
God bless you. Have a wonderful day and take care, and we’ll see you tomorrow morning from our Livingston Sanctuary of the Heart, where we will have our sharing on our trip to South America. I hope that many of you in South America and those who were on this trip will be able to share with us. So let us know if you’d like to share at firstname.lastname@example.org, and Boyd can put you in a queue to share. We’re going to have a wonderful video presentation by Lisa Delaney that captures much of what transpired, and then we’ll have the sharing of any who are willing and able to share tomorrow morning. If you can’t share tomorrow morning and if you’d like to send in some statements for us to read, we’d be happy to have those. And if you’d like to send in an audio file too, that would be great. God bless. Take care. Love you. Have a great day.
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