David Christopher Lewis Discourse (Overshined by Kuan Yin)
October 8, 2016 3:42–3:53 pm ART
Pilgrimage and First International Congress—Argentina and Uruguay
Saint Germain Anchors the Light of Freedom in South America
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Discovering the Essences of Mercy and Offering Your Mercy Heart to the World
Mercy is a gift. It is pure grace colored with violet, radiant light. Mercy brings God’s love into play in our world as a very intimate form of God’s compassion for us. Mercy is pure forgiveness in action. It is the work of the bodhisattvas, those who have offered their souls and hearts to humanity to bear the darkness and the sins of the world within themselves, having learned the science of transmutation so that they can process that darkness and turn it into light again.
Every time that you are merciful, you are an alchemist and you allow God’s mercy to flow through you so that this alchemy of compassionate love may manifest. Kuan Yin says that just as we have been told to love ourselves first so that we can love others, so we must also forgive ourselves and have mercy unto ourselves so that we can then forgive and be merciful to others.
So how does this mercy toward ourselves work? It means that every morning when we arise and we have a new white page on which to write our offerings to the universe, we begin again, through mercy, to share God’s love and we forgive ourselves for our own past transgressions and how we have been short of the mark of perfection. We pledge to do our best, we consecrate and dedicate this new day to the light, and then we know that because God is with us we will be merciful and we will be that lotus flower of mercy for everyone throughout the day. Others will feel our love and reverence for them. The reverence that we hold for every form of life is mercy, and we perfume the cosmos with that mercy light.
Now, if you are sensitive and have smelled the roses or the fragrances of ascended masters who have come to speak to us, one day, if you’ve really developed your heart to be a merciful heart, you may even smell the aroma of your own heart’s mercy—of course not in an egotistical way, in a very humble way. And you will give glory to God for your own merciful heart because God made your heart available to the universe to express many, many fragrances of mercy.
What Kuan Yin says today is that just as we have 144 different virtues, there are, from her perspective, 144 essences of mercy, different gradations and colors of mercy. She encourages us to discover these essences, fragrances and gradations. And if you are true to Kuan Yin’s beautiful, merciful heart by taking her challenge seriously, and yet lovingly, you may be amazed to discover all of these 144 different essences of mercy.
If you like, you can even record in a notebook what comes to you in your meditation on mercy and write about your experiences of offering your mercy heart to the world. And then you can publish your book: My Discovery of the Essences of Mercy. This will be a testament of your heart’s grace to the universe.
After I ascend, I’m going to see how many of you have done this assignment, and I’ll see these sparkling little tomes of light all over South America, Mexico, Spain, the United States, Canada, South Africa. And one day when we’re all ascended in the light and free, Kuan Yin will invite us to have tea with her and share from our books. And she will have many tears flowing down her cheeks upon seeing how her beautiful disciples have outpictured the mercy flame.
I can see this day already happening in the future within the eternal Now. And I feel that she has many, many apron strings tied to each of us. Her violet-light apron is big enough for each of us to have one of these strings. And she will gather us unto her heart in her cocina, and we will celebrate again and again with tea. However, you must do the assignment to be invited to the tea. So make your reservation and complete your assignment.
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