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An Ascended Master Who Embodies the Will of God

The name “El Morya” may be unfamiliar to some. But it is more than likely that millions have heard about one or more of his past lives. Because of his tenacious love of the will of God lifetime after lifetime, El Morya has come to embody the quality of obedience to holy will. Today he serves from heavenly realms as the Chohan1 of The First Ray2, the blue ray of God's will, faith, protection and power.

Obedience Brings Blessing

Abraham. His story is told in the first book of the Old Testament. Both Jewish and Christian children alike have heard the tale of God’s call to his obedient son. “Get thee out of thy country…and from thy father’s house unto a land I will show thee.”3 God promised Abraham that his obedience would lead to blessing. He would be the progenitor of a great nation. Abraham left the house of his father. And God did bless him. Called the Father of Nations, Abraham, even in his advanced age, was sired a son, Isaac. From this lineage the Twelve Tribes of Israel emerged. El Morya was Abraham.

Camelot—a Vision of a Golden Age

In the fifth century, a ruler of mythical proportion enters life’s stage. Arthur was the creator of the Table Round, a culture of brotherhood whose rallying cry was, “All for one and one for all!” His holy knights were reputed for their bravery in battle and service to their monarch and his kingdom. No myth, this noble soul forged a glorious society where respect, justice, courage and truth prevailed—the mystical Camelot. El Morya was King Arthur.

The Price of a Principled Life—Thomas Becket and Thomas More

Twelfth century England finds the soul of El Morya incarnated as Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, defender of the church and at odds with King Henry II. Conflict regarding the influence of the church in the political affairs of the realm rise to a fever pitch. And Becket pays for his stand with his very life, brutally slain within the environs of his own cathedral by four knights performing the king’s bidding.

Three centuries later, El Morya returns as Thomas More, Chancellor of England, during the reign of Henry VIII. And once again the soul of El Morya finds himself at loggerheads with the king of England. The same conflict of church and state arises, clothed in different circumstances. Separation from his family, years of imprisonment and finally a sentence of death by decapitation bring to a dramatic end in 1535 yet another embodiment of this unflinching soul. Thomas More’s final words to all who witnessed his execution were, “I am the king’s good servant, but God’s first.”

Akbar, Mogul Emperor—An Attempt to Foster Spiritual Brotherhood

A mere seven years later, El Morya returns—this time to embody in the East. He is Akbar, the greatest of the Mogul emperors. A ruler with refined qualities and varied talents, Akbar increased his kingdom through decisive action in battle but also diplomacy. He raised its culture through art, literature and architecture. Interested in all religions and religious practices but not the conflict they aroused, he desired to unify believers into one religion which he called the “Divine Faith.”

Service from the Heavenly Realms

In the nineteenth century, El Morya, while residing in the spirit plane, collaborated with two other unascended masters4Djwal Kul5 and Kuthumi6—to work through Madame Helena Blavatsky7 and others in order to teach occult mysteries to a larger body of mankind. The founding of The Theosophical Society8 by Blavatsky in 1875 would be a major vehicle for this purpose.

Lifetime after lifetime, love for the will of God was the driving force of El Morya’s soul, even to the laying down of his physical life as Becket and More. The striving of this “Man for All Seasons” won him his ascension9 in 1898.

Today, El Morya is the chief of the Darjeeling Council, a heavenly governing body who serves in an etheric retreat over Darjeeling, India. He works with many other ascended masters—Chananda, Kuthumi, Saint Germain, Jesus, Mother Mary, to name some—for the upliftment of mankind and an instilling within their hearts of a similar love for the will of God.

El Morya Teaches Us the Way to Know Life’s Purpose

In a HeartStream10 from June 13th, 2008, El Morya said, “Many desire to know their life's purpose. Few desire to know that purpose within the context of the will of God. And fewer still are able to let go of the human will fully to be absorbed into the heart of God's will through the sacred science and art of surrender. Those who meditate on God's love, wisdom and will within, day and night. create a sacred portal for their life's purpose to be fully outpictured."
Read now the words of this beloved master as he expounds on such topics as the nature of God, the Buddha, heartstreaming, the purpose of the rosary and the meaning of darshan.
1. “Chohan” is a Sanskrit word for “chief” or “lord.” A chohan is the spiritual leader of great attainment who works with mankind from the ascended state. There are seven chohans for the earth—El Morya, Lanto, Paul the Venetian, Serapis Bey, Nada and Saint Germain.
2. The first ray is the ray of God’s will. The ascended masters teach that the seven rainbow rays are the seven qualities of God that compose the color rings or spheres which surround the Solar Presence. The attribute of each color, or ray, is vital to our wholeness. The seven rays are God-qualities that appear as color vibrations. Each person in embodiment is meant to master these qualities:
    Blue—the first ray: the will of God, faith and power
    Yellow—the second ray: wisdom and understanding
    Pink—the third ray: divine love and compassion
    White—the fourth ray: purity and holiness
    Green—the fifth ray: wholeness and abundance
    Purple/gold—the sixth ray: service to life
    Violet—the seventh ray: forgiveness, mercy and soul-freedom
3. Genesis 12:1-2
4. An unascended master is one who could ascend but has chosen to remain close to the earth in order to assist more directly its evolutions. In the East such a being is termed a bodhisattva.
5. Djwal Kul, also called “Master D.K.” or “The Tibetan,” is known in esoteric circles for his embodiment as a Tibetan master and also as an ascended being who assists planetary evolution. He was introduced to a wider audience through the writings of Madame Helena Blavatsky, co-founder of the Theosophical Society. Messenger of the Great White Brotherhood, Elizabeth Clare Prophet, revealed that Djwal Kul had been embodied as one of the three wisemen, Caspar. Through The Summit Lighthouse and The Hearts Center, Djwal Kul has taught the importance of the holy breath and forms of breathing that promote spiritual and physical well-being and progress.  To hear the entirety of Djwal Kul’s message on union with the God within, click Djwal Kul, February 18, 2008.
6. Kuthumi, an ascended master serving on the yellow ray of illumination was embodied as Saint Francis of Assissi. Master psychologist, his assistance may be invoked as we work on subconscious as well as conscious patterns of behavior that limit our ability to outpicture our true nature of compassion for all life.  He serves now as World Teacher with Jesus.
7.  Madame Helena Petrova Blavatsky (1831-1891), born into Russian aristocracy, was an occultist possessing from early childhood psychic abililties. During one of her sojourns in Tibet, she was commissioned by certain masters to share occult knowledge with a larger body of students East and West. 
8. The Theosophical Society was established in 1875 in New York City by Madame Blavatsky with the assistance of Col. Henry Steel Olcott (1832-1907) and William Q. Judge (1851-1896) for the purpose of compiling and teaching the occult sciences. The name of the society is derived from “theosophy,” a Neoplatonic term meaning "Divine Wisdom." The Theosophical Society currently has its international headquarters at Adyar, Madras, India. The Theosophical Society of America has its headquarters in Wheaton, Illinois and its British affiliate in London.
9. The ascension is complete liberation from the rounds of karma and rebirth. In the ascension process the soul becomes merged with her Solar Presence, experiencing freedom from the gravitational, or karmic, pull of the earth and entering the bliss of beingness within God’s eternal presence of divine love.
10. HeartStreams are up-to-the-minute messages from the ascended masters through their anointed messengers in The Hearts Center movement. These messages vibrate with the masters’ love and wisdom and anchor light in the earth as they are being delivered and when they are replayed in audio or video format. They teach, exhort, bless, uplift and direct us in specific actions needed to assist not only ourselves but our planet.

Messages El Morya

El Morya      March 25, 2016

David Christopher Lewis Discourse (overshined by El Morya)
March 25, 2016   9:03 ̶ 9:28 am MDT
Livingston, Montana

On Caring

Good morning, everyone. Today El Morya would like me to share on the subject of caring.

Caring is compassion in action and often considered to be something performed primarily by women—the mother, the feminine and the Holy Spirit. Caring is akin to nursing, nurturing and tending to someone, to people in general, to some thing. Caring also typically involves or requires dedication, constancy and consecration.

What we care about we invest ourselves in—the light of our Higher Selves, the love of our true Self. When we care, we stay with the person or people or situation or the thing that we are tending to until the need is met, the requirement is fulfilled and the nurturing, the kindness and the charity that we provide results in healing, wholeness, completeness or resolution.

El Morya cares about the will of God as a cosmic virtue, a conception, an ideation, an eternal principle and a divine essence. He cares about that will of God as something that is also tangible and personal for each one of us; as the overarching purpose of our lives, including the mission that we are here to realize and destined to fulfill, which he can eminently assist us in victoriously manifesting.

Just as the Divine Director provides a clear pathway of light, a directed course of action that we can choose to invest ourselves within, so El Morya, as the chohan of the first ray—the blue ray of God's will—holds the energy field of that will for us. He cares about each one of us fulfilling that will so that collectively as a people, as a planetary mandala, we can fulfill the greater will of God for Earth, for all the evolutions upon this beautiful planet.

Caring about the will of God is something that moves us from human desires into God-desires, unto a greater field of awareness and activity than what is lowly, petty, narrow-minded, picayune. Deity begins to sire within us (de-sire), to literally live, move and have its being within us. And what deity sires as this beautiful seed ideation of beingness originating from the spiritual worlds, we receive and fertilize with our consciousness, with our caring love to then fully manifest in the matter planes of being. We anchor it in our domain; we self-realize it within physicality.

When we care about the will of God as Morya does, God provides the full-gathered momentum of that blue-fire radiance and energy of his/her heart and being within us and manifests it within the equation of our life's mission, calling and path so that it can fully manifest—marvelously, magically, miraculously, mysteriously. Morya is at our side; he's in our minds and thought processes; he's in our hearts as our very personal caring master.

Caring for what El Morya has rayed forth to us as higher mindfulness provides a very clear channel for the energy of the will of God to flow into our lives, to make everything bright, beautiful, bountiful and rich in boons and blessings. Caring for our families, our spouses; for others; for the projects we are invested in; and even for our properties, gardens, plants, possessions, clothes, tools and objects means that we treat all of them well. We consider who they are, their feelings, their mind-sets, their needs and requirements, and we anticipate them. We attend to the details of life surrounding and involved in each one's care.

Now, one reason that taking drugs, such as marijuana; drinking alcohol; smoking; overeating; or refraining from exercising, meditating, praying, showering and bathing is problematic is that we've given into something less-than; we've given up on caring for ourselves in the highest way. Drugs such as marijuana deaden our higher sensitivity, making us listless, lacking in energy and in resolve. You see this in people who have lost their moorings and grounding in reality.

So if we are about the God-light within, if we care about manifesting that light within our lives, the eternal spark of our Source that beats our hearts, we will attend to the disciplines of the path, the details of life that require action, resolution, investment of our consciousness, our time, our focus, our resources and our energy. And through this caring, we will deal with everything that comes our way with aplomb, with the inspiration that heaven will provide us.

Caring for our own Higher Selves means that we love God with our entire being and not just a measly portion of it on Sundays for an hour or when we occasionally think of something that originates from the mind of God. This deep caring requires that we surrender to the totality of the moment, giving our all, our best in a one-pointed, focused and nurturing way. We shut out all distractions and everything that is a secondary byroad.

Caring means that our hearts, our minds, our hands and our souls are all engaged in a singularity of beingness—synchronized, walked and loaded to deliver the goods, to deliver who we are, our essence, our highest offering. Caring is sharing our essence with the universe, with life, with the divine within everyone and everything. And in this caring, we energetically merge with the thing, the object, the person, the concept that we care about. And in this blending of our auras, in this synchronization of light, as the separateness dissolves and as the unity field of beingness is accentuated, there is this mystical union between the God within others and the God within us. We fulfill that will of God in the sacred moments of beingness that we experience because in God there is only one; there is no dissension, division, duality.

When we love the will of God, we facilitate it within our lives by consciously working with it, considering it in every situation. We put God and God's ideation of perfection first and foremost in any given situation, in any project, in the investment of our time and energy. Because we consider God within this equation, God considers us and does provide that assistance, that glory, that light, that beingness to move us out of mediocrity into the superior aspects of our true Self that are more mindful and focused upon heaven, light, virtue, grace.

Caring is sharing, and sharing can be caring when that sharing comes from the true originality of our heart-mind connection with our true Self. If you are only sharing in the human, regurgitating events, things that have happened in the past, you are not really caring and you're not really carrying the light in that moment. So much of people's time is invested in dissipating energy in a frivolous nature by whiling away the time in gossip, in unnecessary talk, conversation. Consider that every word that you speak can originate from the Logos, the mind of God, the Word of God, and that it can carry the focused blue-ray fire of that will of God. And then your words will be sublime, original, effective and do what they are meant to do to inspire action within others, of their own volition.

When words are true and caring, they have the fire of divine intelligence. They have the resonance of true beauty. They have the virya of that will that moves others into a higher level of consciousness and provides them with an impetus for their own originality, their own authentic life, their own beingness in Spirit.

Some of you have had to care for others in a very personal way, as we've seen recently, when others were going through health crises, dealing with diseases or challenges. And you had to abide, you had to stay, you had to put aside thought of self so that the full attention and focus of your being could be attentive to, directed toward and surrounding the cherished loved one that you care about. And you have seen how this focused attention, this love, this charity, this beingness manifests as actual energy that supports and nurtures and provides the nexus through which God's greater light can then flow for resolution, harmony, restoration of wholeness. And when many people care, when there is a stream of this caring love and light when any one of us is going through a major challenge, health crisis or initiation, that stream becomes a literal river of life that the one experiencing this challenge can drink in. And it nurtures and provides actual divine food, water to drink in for that one's victory and overcoming.

This is why prayer, thinking of others and consciously sending frequencies of light does assist those in this mandala, this sacred Holy Spirit community that we together live, move and have our being within. When we receive a prayer request, take those moments of time to simply go within, feel the light and then care about and nurture, through your love, your energy field, the one who requires that uplift and support. It does work. The receivers, the recipients of it know that it works for them. Once you have had that experience of tangibly experiencing that love and support, the impression that is left deep within your psyche will help you to be ever more sensitive, kind, loving, supporting, caring and nurturing toward others on a regular basis.

Some people care more about their pets than about their own divine plan or the will of God. And yet even within the caring for the little things, the pets that we have, the plants, there is an aspect of that will of God manifest in that caring, which at least provides the beginning impetus for us to move into higher fields of awareness.

Little children, especially girls, who play with dolls and treat them as if they were actual people or babies learn from an early age to care for something. And it's very wonderful to see this tender regard and caring spirit for life that children naturally have. It's only when they've been disassociated from that state of innocence and childlike wonder and awe and beauty that they begin to lose the luster of light and then become less caring.

So we should nurture this sense within children, especially, of the inner requirement of caring for life, for others. We should give them projects to be invested in through 4H, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Brownies, you name it—all of these clubs in which they have to tend to something, earn their badges or their stripes and learn the art of nurturing and caring. Our civilization has lost its edge in the sense of the sacred. And so we must restore it as initiates and provide, especially for our children, our grandchildren, these opportunities for them to display, very mindfully and tangibly, a caring spirit.

In our youth programs we hope to always provide a project that the youth can invest their energies in rather than just having a fun time. You can have a lot of fun when you have a goal and you direct the energies of the group toward that single-pointed purpose of alleviating pain or suffering, or building something, or co-creating something that is lasting and that will leave a legacy of light. The masters have encouraged us to always have a project for our youth. And those of you who invested yourselves in various programs in your youth learned a lot in that process, in that investment, in that dynamic, which you carry forth in your lives by being a more caring individual, a more loving, responsible and responsive person.

The reason our Hearts Center community works is because we have many volunteers who care about its mission and vision. They invest their love, their energies, the dynamism of their hearts through this caring attitude and their own co-creativity and work so that the collective synergy of our oneness brings about the magical and miraculous offerings that we provide the world. If we only have paid people, there is the tendency, because they are being paid, to not necessarily have the full excitement of spirit manifesting, because it's not necessarily a freewill gift; they are being compensated for that offering.

So we must always have the opportunity for volunteers because there is a magic that occurs when it is a freewill offering, when it is a glad-free gift of one's spirit, one's soul, one's heart. And in this, you actually engage the will of God in a beautiful harmonic dynamic. And when you see it in action, the engines of this purring and the motor of life that moves as joy through one's spirit manifesting, everything hums and it is truly a blessing.

So I hope you will consider today what you have cared about, what you do now care about, what you may have avoided fully caring about that you really are responsible for in some way in this life and that you refocus or add to something that is less-than in order for that will of God, which we ultimately care about with El Morya, to be fulfilled, to manifest, to be realized in your lives. For what we do care about, we direct our attention toward, our consciousness within, and that's what we become.

We can care about the will of God; we can care about God and the God-light within others. And as we care about both the impersonal and the personal nature of God within life, within others, both the impersonal and personal aspects of God then flow through our consciousness and awareness, into that which or those whom we care about, and it accentuates, highlights and blesses it with our beingness, with our love and mind.

Thank you for your attention, your caring spirits, your divine attitude of grace. Have a wonderful Friday and a glorious weekend. On this Good Friday we will consider all that transpired in Jesus's life, how he cared so much about us that he laid down his life for us physically. And in that ultimate act of caring, there is the dynamic of the shedding of the spiritual blood of beingness to provide that grace for our own victory in the light.

God bless you. Take care.

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