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Jesus Radiates the love of his Sacred Heart
 Jesus Radiates Love of His Sacred Heart

“Jesus Christ the same yesterday, today and forever”! (Hebrews 13:8)  Worshippers of the Christ have taken this declaration of the Holy Scriptures and have used it as a powerful affirmation to know and feel that Jesus as the Living Christ is here with us today–loving us, raising us upward, and moving us Christward to help us claim the empowerment as God’s freewill gift to all; to become that same living Christ that is in Jesus now and always.

"Therefore, if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away: behold, all things are become new."
(II Corinthians 5:17)

And yet the Jesus of today remarks that few among us choose to be who we truly are as Christed beings as many would rather be something else.

And so he gives us this commission:

Yes, it is up to each of you as Christed beings to carry forward my message—the message of my mission two thousand years ago and my message of today—that each one is the living Christ, created in God's image and likeness and must choose to be that light, that Reality now and ever through freewill…
And so you must teach them the art and science of knowingness, acceptance and beingness as a trilogy of perfection; for when they can feel, know and sense God's Presence within, everything changes, a new universe opens, divine possibilities may be engaged in and further insights ensue. 
                                                                  ----Beloved Jesus, delivered through his amanuensis, David Christopher Lewis, October 26, 20161


Accepting this great commission into our lives daily engages us in a greater knowingness of what we may accomplish in our lives when giving devotional prayers, songs, mantras and dynamic decrees in sacred ritual:

… “[T]he Christ is there through those words, for you have locked into the essence of Christ-glory through the infinite Word, the Logos, who empowers those words in the I AM name of God”2.

The Presence, Light and Personhood of Christ

Immerse yourself in the wonderful synthesis and encapsulation of brand new Aquarian teachings on the meaning of “the Christ.” View a video presentation of David Christopher Lewis, inspired by Mary the Mother of Jesus3.

 

Learn the Meaning of "The Christ" Video:
 

 

Summary highlights and thoughts:

In this video, we learn that the “Christ” manifests at differing levels or aspects of being. The Christ ‘Presence’ at its core has all the virtues of God. It exists through all time and space and beyond all time and space. At its universal origin in the heart of God, it is available to all. As the Anointed One, the Only Begotten Son (sun), the Divine Logoic Word, it may and does assist each one of us in becoming fully the Christ [our]selves. 

You begin and continue to identify with your Holy Christ-Buddha Self as we refer to it in The Hearts Center.

The Christ Presence facilitates the process of transfiguration wherein we come to know our true Self, our true nature. As we allow it through our own assent, it merges as Godly essence with our own Christ essence.

The Christ Light ever illumines and shows the way. As light energy it imbues our auric field with brightness and aliveness. Its radiance opens the portals betwixt the human and the divine. Through the effulgence of the Christ light we can access higher realms of dimensional awareness and being.

And now comes the Personhood of the Christ. Whereas the Presence and Light of Christ shine constantly and unceasingly, much as the light of our own sun casts light on the earth, when any one person determines to individualize that Spirit of Christ as a unique expression and identity manifest in form; when a soul incorporates the Son as the Third Person of the Holy Trinity corporally (bodily), the dynamics of winning this divine estate here and now while yet in the veils of flesh becomes an ongoing commitment to manifest the Christ Light daily.

The Many Offices and Titles of the Lord Christ, Personified in Jesus

For such a one as Jesus who determined long ago that he would integrate with the Christ Presence and Light and bring it into the uniqueness of his own being, in witnessing to this for the rest of humanity, he gave all the opportunity to observe the Word made flesh as described in John 1:144.

And as the Christ Presence assists all to become fully the Christ, when Jesus committed to totally identify himself with the Christ, the Logoic Logic of the Living Word became the cause and core of his very being. (And recall that same Presence helped Jesus himself pass the trials and initiations he endured in his Galilean ministry). And thus, he took on the responsibilities and job of Wayshower—the Exemplar. He would become then the Good Shepherd leading the flock of the rest of humanity to the living waters of the truth of who they are in God Reality.

Jesus The Good Shepherd Today

Jesus desires us to know how he has used the titles, various roles and offices he holds as an Anointed Son of God to act as mediator, facilitator, and the open door for all to enter into the consciousness and experience of The Christ as it becomes personalized in each and every one of us.

Our Lord is desirous of imparting the higher truths for today to help us meet the challenges of the NOW on behalf of our families, communities, individual nations, ourselves and the very earth we live on.

The challenges we face come to us uniquely at a personal level and call us to remember that through the unity and oneness we all have in the Christ essence at our core, our individual path is connected to the greater path of all. We are indeed all connected in a circle of light.

Known (or Recognized) Titles of the Lord Christ Jesus in Popular New Testament Lexicon:

King of kings, Lord of lords, the Messiah, the Third Person of the Trinity, King of the Jews, King of Israel, the Son of God, the Holy One of Israel, the Good Shepherd, the Wayshower, the Branch, the Lord Emmanuel, a Priest after the Order of Melchizidek, Lamb of God, Prince of Peace, Avatar

Lesser Known Titles Introduced through Ascended Master Teachings:

Piscean Master, Piscean Avatar, Chohan of the Sixth Ray, World Teacher, Lord Emmanuel, Aquarian Master, Ruby Ray Master, a Buddha in the lineage of the Ruby Ray Masters, Guru

Roles and Titles of Jesus, Lovingly Expressed, Revealed and Revered through The Hearts Center Activity:

  • World Teacher, co-chaired with World Teachers Kuthumi and Master Omraam
  • Member of the Holy Family, with Mother Mary and Joseph (the Ascended Master Saint Germain)
  • Twin Flame of Lady Master Magda
  • Co-sponsoring Master of The Hearts Center
  • Jesus’ Sacred Heart (the Sacred Heart of Jesus)
  • Lord Emmanuel

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1, 2. Heartstream by Beloved Jesus through David Christopher Lewis, October 26. 2016 at the
Healing Light Retreat, Emigrant, Montana
3. Message inspired by Mother Mary delivered June 3, 2017 by David Christoppher Lewis.  Called
in to a South African Hearts Center broadcast.
4.  John 1:14. And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the
glory as the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.

 

Jesus' Clearance Call

Wash me clean, O Lord, this night. Make my aura pure and bright. Spin my chakras with your fire. Purge from me impure desire.

Raise me in your sacred ray. Perfect wholeness now hold sway. As I vow to serve the light, Jesus, Magda, shine your light!

View and Listen to Jesus' Clearance Call as song/video here.

 

Jesus' Great Commandment Prayer

I AM loving the Lord my God with all my heart and with all my mind and with all my strength and with all my soul, and I AM loving my neighbor as myself.

I AM serving the Lord my God with all my heart and with all my mind and with all my strength and with all my soul, and I AM serving my neighbor as I serve my Higher Self.

 

Meru University Courses on Jesus
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Jesus on the Initiatic Path and Our Twelve Spiritual Rights1.
Our spiritual rights are those virtuous bestowals from the Divine One, our Creator, our Source, that allow us to live righteous lives. Our rights allow us to live righteously.

To love God and to love one another and all created beings.
That is a right. It’s also a command, but it’s a right. We have the right to do this and no one can take that right away from us—to love God and to love one another and all created beings.


To live, move and have our being in the light of our Divine Presence.

Affirm with beloved Magda her mantra: "I live and move and have my being in a living, liquid-crystal diamond of light". We have a right to do this, to feel and experience this. No one can take that away from us. It is our right.


To use the free will vouchsafed to us to glorify God and magnify the Lord.

We choose, through free will—it’s a choice, a conscious choice—to glorify God and magnify the Lord. God vouchsafed to us this free will, and it’s our right to use that free will virtuously, graciously, honourably as sons and daughters of God. This is really our purpose, to glorify God and magnify the Lord. And whatever your talents, your gifts, your qualifications are through school, through higher education, through employment, if you can use those talents, gifts and graces to glorify God and magnify the Lord, you will fulfil your destiny.


To co-create with our Creator and with other co-creators.

God is the original Creator, yet we, as sons and daughters of God, are co-creators. God vouchsafed to us free will to co-create with him/her. So this is a right; we have a right to co-create. We are sons and daughters of God created in his/her image and likeness. So if we’re created in the image and likeness of God, don’t you think God would give us this ability to co-create? .


To experience God’s beautiful creation within all of nature.

It’s our right to experience God’s beautiful creation within the natural order because God created it for us. You remember that in the Bible it says that God created the natural world in the first five days, then he created man and then woman on the sixth day, and then he rested on the seventh day. He created the natural world before he created his sons and daughters so that we could live in that natural world. So it’s our right to experience this.


To be loved, appreciated, touched and valued for who we are.

Every little baby has to be loved, appreciated, touched and valued. And we as adults have a right to be touched, loved, appreciated, valued. Touch is a type of love expressed. It’s a physical sensation of appreciation through the melding of two hearts and two auras. As brothers and sisters on the path, we are all in this together. We’re all on the initiatic path. We are all striving in the same dynamic through our daily tests and initiations. We’re going through it together. We’re going to get through it together. We do it more easily together. So we support one another, we love one another. We all have the right to be loved, appreciated, told what we’re doing well rather than all the negative stuff.


To give our gifts and talents and thereby to bless others and all life.

This is a right, to give our gifts and talents. We encourage everyone to give their gifts and to share their talents, because it’s important. God empowered us in the beginning, yet we’ve been kind of dumbed down by civilization [and the current educational system] to be in a suppressed mode. So we have to rise out of that, have our metamorphosis and be liberated.


To speak the truth and to speak our truth without fear of denigration.

Everyone has a voice; everyone has talents and gifts, and we have a right to speak the truth and our [own] truth. Jesus put the truth first, because what’s more important than our truth, our temporal little truths, is The Truth, the Higher Truth. We can access the truth by being true to ourselves, being true to our Higher Selves. And then, through that 'truth spirit' that we enter, which is vital and real, we can then access what people call "my truth" or "our truth", which is a part of the greater truth.


To walk a path of light, the path of initiation and to be initiated by the Divine One.

We have a right to walk this path of initiation,[under the aegis of Serapis Bey]. We have a right to be initiated, and the masters also have a right to initiate us. If we put ourselves in juxtaposition with them, if we call to them and ask for blessings and spiritual graces, they have a right to require us to use those graces and that light virtuously rather than for personal self-gain, for ego. So we have a right to walk this path of light, the path of initiation, and to be initiated by the Divine One.


We have the right to freely associate with others of like heart, mind and soul, especially in the sacred bonds of community.

To freely associate—this is one of the things that our founding fathers in the United States afforded us. We have the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights includes freedom of religion, freedom to bear arms, freedom of speech, freedom of the press and freedom to peaceably assemble, which is association.


To learn, to grow, to evolve, to self-discover and to realize our highest potential.

We all have these rights. They’re etched in the very essence of our being. We have to learn, we have to grow, we have to evolve and we have to self-discover, because if we don’t, we’re not making progress and we might as well not be alive. Being alive means we have the inner urge and the inner desire to learn, to grow, to evolve, to self-discover like children, who are naturally inquisitive. And we usually lose some of that as we age. We have to be childlike, as Jesus said, so that we have that inquisitiveness again.


And finally,

We have the right to ascend and return to our natal state of perfect beingness with our Source, with God.

We have the right to ascend. So if you think that somehow you are not worthy to ascend at the close of this life, you have to dissolve and transmute that sense of unworthiness: “I’m not good enough. I’m not holy enough. I’m not spiritual enough.” Because, guess what? We’re all made in the same image and likeness, unique in our individuality, but born of the same Spirit and essence. And we all have a right to return to the heart of God through the spiritual initiatic path and to experience and maintain that state of oneness.

And once you’ve had the illumination, the reconnection (as some call it) and the quickening, it’s a matter of sustaining that experience of oneness.

 

 

1. Adapted from: David Christopher Lewis Discourse (overshined by beloved Jesus) March 16, 2017 11:04–11:33 am MDT 2017 Spring Equinox Meru University Event, Serapis Bey on Adeptship and the Ascension. San Diego, California

 

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Jesus      March 21, 2015

David Christopher Lewis Discourse (overshined by Jesus)
March 21, 2015  11:30–11:51 am MST
Jesus on the New Jerusalem and the New Age
2015 Spring Equinox Meru University Event
Livingston Sanctuary of the Heart

Livingston, Montana

Teachings from Jesus on Meditation


There are many levels of stillness, probably as many levels as there are people on the Earth, and you can rise in consciousness to access new, more radiant and divinely powerful levels through practice. As I shared a while back, there is a book by Malcolm Gladwell, who  has a number of books, in which he speaks about the Beatles and other individuals who practiced for ten thousand hours to master something. When you practice something long enough with the proper attitude and methodology, and, if possible, with mentoring, you do gain momentum. You gain insight and the mastery that is essential to really develop a richer and fuller life from that practice.

Many of us had developed a practice of decreeing, and I can say that many of you in this room have decreed at least ten thousand hours in your life. Yet how many of us have meditated ten thousand hours or more? If we truly desire to master this art and science, there has to be the commitment and the constancy of practice that brings clarity into the equation of your desire and your desired results.

So if you had difficulty in maintaining a still mind or focusing on what Lord Maitreya said to focus on—which is the light of the sun over your crown or your head—and your thoughts were wandering, you were thinking about something, thoughts of all kinds were entering the scene and entering your consciousness, then you can understand that it takes practice. And it takes time in your practice for you to be able to true your mind, your being to the point where focus is easier and you can stay true to the ideal that you set yourself about to fulfill and to live within.

Then as you gain greater and greater levels of beingness through the constancy of this practice, you will feel the results of your advancement, just as many of you over months and years and decades could feel the light flowing through your chakras when you decreed. You could feel the effect of that work on the planet. And when you weren't able to decree, you might have felt the impact on your heart and your chakras—you didn't feel that oomph in your auric field and in your life and have the energy that you required to be at your peak and at your best performance in whatever was your service to life, in your attitude, your emotional body being at peace and at rest, et cetera.

So translate what you already know about the science of the spoken word to this science of the unspoken dynamic of the word—the flipside of the coin of spoken prayer—which is meditation, a very, very important spiritual practice. You know that practice makes perfect. You know that your constancy, your dedication, staying true to your word, and now the silent word, will ultimately bring you to that point where you will be able to tangibly know where you are, what is ahead of you to accomplish and fulfill. And at various stages of the development of this science and art, you will be able to look back and say: “Yes, I went through that. I understand now what Boyd was talking about or what Lord Maitreya, or Jesus or Kuthumi were talking about. And I have moved through these stages, these levels consciously because I practiced, I put in the time and I consecrated and dedicated my life to this cause.”

Fifteen minutes twice in the morning during our morning broadcast is only a beginning. It helps to have others in the room at these events who have a greater mastery than you have to augment, vibrationally, what you are experiencing, to assist you. When you go back to your homes, you may be alone or with your spouse or significant other. And if you both have the practice and you practice together, it can be powerful. Yet, ultimately, it's really up to you, each one, how far you go, what level you reach, how you can make better progress through attunement.

Now, consider Jesus spending forty days in the wilderness. He may have been walking around part of the time. He may have been under a tree part of the time. He may have been meditating, probably much of the time. Gautama, under the Bodhi tree for forty days—he was meditating. There is a video on YouTube of a young boy in India who has been meditating on and on and on for what could be years now. I'm not sure. And others attend to him, clip his fingernails, take care of his body a little bit here and there. And he is attempting, I believe, to reach the enlightened state, as Gautama did, by his consecration of this practice.

We don't have to go to that extreme. We live in the Western world, where we have responsibilities, jobs, families to deal with. Not everyone can go that route. However, what we can do is take the fifteen or the thirty minutes a day, or whatever amount of time you choose, and ask for the masters' presence, their light, their sponsorship.

 We now have a Buddha for the rest of our lives to be with us, to help us in this practice. I think that is one of the greatest boons that we could have received. So this Buddha is obviously a master at meditation, having reached that level of attainment. And I believe the Buddha is chosen for each one of us because he knows us intimately—knows our foibles, our shortcomings, what we have mastered to this date—and will work with us at the level that we have reached to take us to the next level and the next level and the next level.

So you can name your Buddha, if you desire, or you can ask the Buddha what his or her name is and listen, wait for the response and then have this intimate communion with this being, and maybe keep a journal of your experiences on a day-to-day basis. You can also read books on meditation, if you choose, from various authors, preferably those sponsored by the Great White Brotherhood. You may desire to reread Prayer and Meditation by Jesus and Kuthumi from The Summit Lighthouse and do what it takes to really come at this science and this art from all angles. Because if we as a community are going to really progress, it's the responsibility of each of us, as an initiate, to make that individual progress. If 90 percent are doing it and 10 percent are not and you come to an event, the 10 percent will hold back the other 90 percent somewhat and the ability to make a huge impact, just as when at events in the past, people that did not know how to decree were a little bit befuddled at the speed of the decrees, not having necessarily practiced.

We all started out at the beginning, right? We all had to learn the art of the science of the spoken word, and we started out slow until we could practice, practice and become more articulate, pronounce our words, enunciate, et cetera. There's a whole science there. Well, translate that to meditation. Just as there are dynamics in decreeing—such as pronunciation, articulation, the finesse that comes from using your chakras, visualization, emanation, and feeling the various levels and frequencies when you raise your pitch at various stages to increase the energy field—so there are a lot of the same dynamics in meditation, only in a different context, in a different spiritual phase of awareness.

Some of us have the mastery of this science from past lives, and yet we have to re-experience it and go through the process again. It may be easier for some of you, having mastered it in the past, to access that level of attainment. You can actually make a call and ask the Great White Brotherhood and the sponsoring masters and your Buddha to reintroduce into your life—consciousness, mind and heart—the level of attainment that you had reached in past lives to bring you more quickly to the point where you can make even greater progress.

It is altogether appropriate and cosmically just to do this, because we are who we are based on all of our lives' experiences. And even though the veil is drawn between lifetimes so that we do not remember everything, so that we make the effort and don't rest on our laurels lifetime after lifetime, yet when we reach a certain level on the path, by God's grace, we do begin to have some flashes from past lives and possibly certain incarnations. And although it's not important in the total scheme of things to always know our past lives, when it's important for our progress, sometimes they will be revealed. And if you can time travel—which is possible—you can go back and access those points of self-mastery. I encourage you to do so and to be bold and daring, and, like the Star Trekians, go where no man or woman has gone before, and see what transpires.

You're not going to be thrust into the astral plane if you first do some prayers of protection, visualize the blue-white-fire light around yourself, within yourself and you ask for that protection. God will not allow you to be destroyed by some activity that may seem a little foreign to you right now. And yet through divine magic, through alchemy and through the divine sciences, you may be able to actually do and experience some amazing things.

I'd really love to hear your stories of when you were co-creative in an amazing way, when you reached beyond the realms of human frailty and the seeming limitations of your human self into the realms of divine beingness and accessed the miraculous, the stupendous, the dynamic. Record it in your journals, and at an appropriate time you can share your experience with us, with others—of course not in an egotistical way, in a way that edifies and graces others so that they may be emboldened to do the same type of thing.

So let us have a discussion now on any of the dynamics of this spiritual practice that we call meditation. I gave a talk in India, I believe on the banks of the Ganges. We were at this amazing place, kind of on a patio, and the Ganges was just behind me as the audience was facing me. We could even see the water, I believe, and hear it, and the Master inspired upon me to talk about all different types of meditation. Was anybody on that India trip who remembers that? Yeah. I expounded on that, and it would be good to have access to that teaching since we're focusing more on meditation now than we ever have. It will give you some insights as to what I received at that time about different forms of meditation.

There are guided meditations; there is meditation in nature; there is walking meditation, which we are going to do later today with Jesus on Mona's and my property. There is meditation in complete silence; there is a continuous level of meditation throughout the day, where you attempt to and hopefully stay centered in your Presence, being very mindful and heart-centered, and just be love, be peace, be joy. There are many, many types of meditation. Everything can become a meditation—washing dishes, doing your chores, vacuuming, gardening. It is your consciousness, your attitude and your awareness that determines what level of peace, reverence, inner-heart stability and state of grace that you can facilitate in your life and your auric field.

 There is another word similar to resonance, which is coherence. The HeartMath people use it. What do you cohere to? Your Divine Presence, hopefully—love, perfection, the graces and virtues of God. When we were investigating HeartMath, we learned about these little devices that you could have with you, and you tried to keep the light within it in the green. I think some of you actually bought those. It's a very interesting little science, to get heart-centered. The device actually registers your vibration, and the goal is to maintain that and to not get it in the other colors, red or whatever it was.

 So your meditation Buddha will be the one to monitor you, to guide you, to direct you, to lovingly chasten you at times, or to just muse with you to bring to you insights so that you can make the leaps to the next level and the next level. Sometimes you may not reach another level for quite a while. It may take weeks or months to reach a state of equanimity, where you feel at peace with where you are in your progress, so do not be self-critical or be down on yourself if you don't seem to be making any progress. Please don't do that. Please allow yourself the space, the time to move through this process with equanimity and grace. And if you hear others talking about their amazing experiences, as you did earlier in our conference, don't worry. Everyone is different. It's all going to be okay. However, when you do consecrate and dedicate the time, I can assure you that with this Buddha's help, you will make gradual, gentle and beautiful progress.


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Jesus      March 21, 2015

David Christopher Lewis Discourse (overshined by Jesus)
March 21, 2015  11:30–11:51 am MST
Jesus on the New Jerusalem and the New Age
2015 Spring Equinox Meru University Event
Livingston Sanctuary of the Heart

Livingston, Montana

Teachings from Jesus on Meditation


There are many levels of stillness, probably as many levels as there are people on the Earth, and you can rise in consciousness to access new, more radiant and divinely powerful levels through practice. As I shared a while back, there is a book by Malcolm Gladwell, who  has a number of books, in which he speaks about the Beatles and other individuals who practiced for ten thousand hours to master something. When you practice something long enough with the proper attitude and methodology, and, if possible, with mentoring, you do gain momentum. You gain insight and the mastery that is essential to really develop a richer and fuller life from that practice.

Many of us had developed a practice of decreeing, and I can say that many of you in this room have decreed at least ten thousand hours in your life. Yet how many of us have meditated ten thousand hours or more? If we truly desire to master this art and science, there has to be the commitment and the constancy of practice that brings clarity into the equation of your desire and your desired results.

So if you had difficulty in maintaining a still mind or focusing on what Lord Maitreya said to focus on—which is the light of the sun over your crown or your head—and your thoughts were wandering, you were thinking about something, thoughts of all kinds were entering the scene and entering your consciousness, then you can understand that it takes practice. And it takes time in your practice for you to be able to true your mind, your being to the point where focus is easier and you can stay true to the ideal that you set yourself about to fulfill and to live within.

Then as you gain greater and greater levels of beingness through the constancy of this practice, you will feel the results of your advancement, just as many of you over months and years and decades could feel the light flowing through your chakras when you decreed. You could feel the effect of that work on the planet. And when you weren't able to decree, you might have felt the impact on your heart and your chakras—you didn't feel that oomph in your auric field and in your life and have the energy that you required to be at your peak and at your best performance in whatever was your service to life, in your attitude, your emotional body being at peace and at rest, et cetera.

So translate what you already know about the science of the spoken word to this science of the unspoken dynamic of the word—the flipside of the coin of spoken prayer—which is meditation, a very, very important spiritual practice. You know that practice makes perfect. You know that your constancy, your dedication, staying true to your word, and now the silent word, will ultimately bring you to that point where you will be able to tangibly know where you are, what is ahead of you to accomplish and fulfill. And at various stages of the development of this science and art, you will be able to look back and say: “Yes, I went through that. I understand now what Boyd was talking about or what Lord Maitreya, or Jesus or Kuthumi were talking about. And I have moved through these stages, these levels consciously because I practiced, I put in the time and I consecrated and dedicated my life to this cause.”

Fifteen minutes twice in the morning during our morning broadcast is only a beginning. It helps to have others in the room at these events who have a greater mastery than you have to augment, vibrationally, what you are experiencing, to assist you. When you go back to your homes, you may be alone or with your spouse or significant other. And if you both have the practice and you practice together, it can be powerful. Yet, ultimately, it's really up to you, each one, how far you go, what level you reach, how you can make better progress through attunement.

Now, consider Jesus spending forty days in the wilderness. He may have been walking around part of the time. He may have been under a tree part of the time. He may have been meditating, probably much of the time. Gautama, under the Bodhi tree for forty days—he was meditating. There is a video on YouTube of a young boy in India who has been meditating on and on and on for what could be years now. I'm not sure. And others attend to him, clip his fingernails, take care of his body a little bit here and there. And he is attempting, I believe, to reach the enlightened state, as Gautama did, by his consecration of this practice.

We don't have to go to that extreme. We live in the Western world, where we have responsibilities, jobs, families to deal with. Not everyone can go that route. However, what we can do is take the fifteen or the thirty minutes a day, or whatever amount of time you choose, and ask for the masters' presence, their light, their sponsorship.

 We now have a Buddha for the rest of our lives to be with us, to help us in this practice. I think that is one of the greatest boons that we could have received. So this Buddha is obviously a master at meditation, having reached that level of attainment. And I believe the Buddha is chosen for each one of us because he knows us intimately—knows our foibles, our shortcomings, what we have mastered to this date—and will work with us at the level that we have reached to take us to the next level and the next level and the next level.

So you can name your Buddha, if you desire, or you can ask the Buddha what his or her name is and listen, wait for the response and then have this intimate communion with this being, and maybe keep a journal of your experiences on a day-to-day basis. You can also read books on meditation, if you choose, from various authors, preferably those sponsored by the Great White Brotherhood. You may desire to reread Prayer and Meditation by Jesus and Kuthumi from The Summit Lighthouse and do what it takes to really come at this science and this art from all angles. Because if we as a community are going to really progress, it's the responsibility of each of us, as an initiate, to make that individual progress. If 90 percent are doing it and 10 percent are not and you come to an event, the 10 percent will hold back the other 90 percent somewhat and the ability to make a huge impact, just as when at events in the past, people that did not know how to decree were a little bit befuddled at the speed of the decrees, not having necessarily practiced.

We all started out at the beginning, right? We all had to learn the art of the science of the spoken word, and we started out slow until we could practice, practice and become more articulate, pronounce our words, enunciate, et cetera. There's a whole science there. Well, translate that to meditation. Just as there are dynamics in decreeing—such as pronunciation, articulation, the finesse that comes from using your chakras, visualization, emanation, and feeling the various levels and frequencies when you raise your pitch at various stages to increase the energy field—so there are a lot of the same dynamics in meditation, only in a different context, in a different spiritual phase of awareness.

Some of us have the mastery of this science from past lives, and yet we have to re-experience it and go through the process again. It may be easier for some of you, having mastered it in the past, to access that level of attainment. You can actually make a call and ask the Great White Brotherhood and the sponsoring masters and your Buddha to reintroduce into your life—consciousness, mind and heart—the level of attainment that you had reached in past lives to bring you more quickly to the point where you can make even greater progress.

It is altogether appropriate and cosmically just to do this, because we are who we are based on all of our lives' experiences. And even though the veil is drawn between lifetimes so that we do not remember everything, so that we make the effort and don't rest on our laurels lifetime after lifetime, yet when we reach a certain level on the path, by God's grace, we do begin to have some flashes from past lives and possibly certain incarnations. And although it's not important in the total scheme of things to always know our past lives, when it's important for our progress, sometimes they will be revealed. And if you can time travel—which is possible—you can go back and access those points of self-mastery. I encourage you to do so and to be bold and daring, and, like the Star Trekians, go where no man or woman has gone before, and see what transpires.

You're not going to be thrust into the astral plane if you first do some prayers of protection, visualize the blue-white-fire light around yourself, within yourself and you ask for that protection. God will not allow you to be destroyed by some activity that may seem a little foreign to you right now. And yet through divine magic, through alchemy and through the divine sciences, you may be able to actually do and experience some amazing things.

I'd really love to hear your stories of when you were co-creative in an amazing way, when you reached beyond the realms of human frailty and the seeming limitations of your human self into the realms of divine beingness and accessed the miraculous, the stupendous, the dynamic. Record it in your journals, and at an appropriate time you can share your experience with us, with others—of course not in an egotistical way, in a way that edifies and graces others so that they may be emboldened to do the same type of thing.

So let us have a discussion now on any of the dynamics of this spiritual practice that we call meditation. I gave a talk in India, I believe on the banks of the Ganges. We were at this amazing place, kind of on a patio, and the Ganges was just behind me as the audience was facing me. We could even see the water, I believe, and hear it, and the Master inspired upon me to talk about all different types of meditation. Was anybody on that India trip who remembers that? Yeah. I expounded on that, and it would be good to have access to that teaching since we're focusing more on meditation now than we ever have. It will give you some insights as to what I received at that time about different forms of meditation.

There are guided meditations; there is meditation in nature; there is walking meditation, which we are going to do later today with Jesus on Mona's and my property. There is meditation in complete silence; there is a continuous level of meditation throughout the day, where you attempt to and hopefully stay centered in your Presence, being very mindful and heart-centered, and just be love, be peace, be joy. There are many, many types of meditation. Everything can become a meditation—washing dishes, doing your chores, vacuuming, gardening. It is your consciousness, your attitude and your awareness that determines what level of peace, reverence, inner-heart stability and state of grace that you can facilitate in your life and your auric field.

 There is another word similar to resonance, which is coherence. The HeartMath people use it. What do you cohere to? Your Divine Presence, hopefully—love, perfection, the graces and virtues of God. When we were investigating HeartMath, we learned about these little devices that you could have with you, and you tried to keep the light within it in the green. I think some of you actually bought those. It's a very interesting little science, to get heart-centered. The device actually registers your vibration, and the goal is to maintain that and to not get it in the other colors, red or whatever it was.

 So your meditation Buddha will be the one to monitor you, to guide you, to direct you, to lovingly chasten you at times, or to just muse with you to bring to you insights so that you can make the leaps to the next level and the next level. Sometimes you may not reach another level for quite a while. It may take weeks or months to reach a state of equanimity, where you feel at peace with where you are in your progress, so do not be self-critical or be down on yourself if you don't seem to be making any progress. Please don't do that. Please allow yourself the space, the time to move through this process with equanimity and grace. And if you hear others talking about their amazing experiences, as you did earlier in our conference, don't worry. Everyone is different. It's all going to be okay. However, when you do consecrate and dedicate the time, I can assure you that with this Buddha's help, you will make gradual, gentle and beautiful progress.


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