David Christopher Lewis Discourse (overshined by the Divine Director)
October 21, 2017 1:30 ̶ 154 pm MDT
Divine Director on Divine Science
The Divine Director is a lovely master, and we think of him as being this awesome cosmic being who directs so much upon Earth. He's a member of the Karmic Board, and he's the manu of the seventh age of Aquarius, which is dawning. He's the guru of Saint Germain and of El Morya and even Jesus and probably many other masters. Yet we can choose to also recognize, see and understand him as a very lovely master. In other words, he has great, great love for humanity and he is also very charming and very attentive to our personal needs and requirements.
The image that we have of him through the I AM activity is almost a feminine image. It's the one in which he has long blond hair, almost white. In our movement, we've taken from that image keys to that identity and expanded it a little bit in the more recent image that Lisa Delaney did, which is, I believe, the best image of him that's available on the Earth.
In communion with him briefly before this meeting—because I was in an almost three-hour meeting with the council—I could feel his love for Chicago, for all of us, for The Hearts Center community, for every initiate who is desiring to help bring in the Golden-Crystal Age of Aquarius through our higher consciousness, our divine efforts, our service and our willingness to be God-taught through our studies, through our love.
We too can be lovely. And to be lovely, we have to be loving and we have to be beloved of people because we charm them with our kindness, our authenticity, our prayerful attitude toward them, our ability to listen deeply, to be concerned about them and to honor who they are by simply being there for them. This is something that I think all of us try to do. We are people who honestly and authentically care about life on Earth. And with every individual that we come in contact with, we hope to leave something of goodness, something of grace in the way that we interact and communicate and hopefully share with them.
So on behalf of the heart chakra and the heart-chakra community of America, we call to the Divine Director to assist us on our spiritual path so that we can move forward, using divine science—which is the subject of your discussions and your focus, especially today—to bring that divine science into place within the world so that it displaces the current science, which is godless and doesn't take into account the beauty and harmony of God, the Creator.
Divine science is not a misnomer, because God created everything. And so everything that is amazing scientifically was conceived in the mind of God in the beginning. And the deeper we look into science and the deeper we go into how beautiful our creation is and how amazing and intricate everything is within the created world, we discover more of God. We find who we are within the creation and we become almost spiritually infatuated by what God has amazingly authored and put within the cosmos, within the natural world and within us.
The Divine Director teaches about divine science on the inner planes, and one of these divine sciences is alchemy. He has shared with Saint Germain, El Morya, Jesus and other masters this higher divine science so that they could, as masters, bring God's grace to the planet and help humanity in a very spiritual-scientific way.
Now, how do we help humanity in a spiritual-scientific way? We have to bring the balance of spirituality and science into play in what we present. It has to be real. It can't be feigned, because one of the aspects of the scientific method promulgated by Francis Bacon and others in recent centuries has been to do experimentation, sometimes with blind studies, where we have a hypothesis that we try to prove through data that we collect and then come to conclusions. And hopefully we come to a conclusion that brings benefit through that experiment.
So we start with the hypothesis. We try to prove it scientifically through data and what we call facts, which are an organization of information that we list. And this hopefully brings light onto a subject or a topic, clarifies it, illumines it and then brings it into play so that we can come to this conclusion that will again bring us knowledge and wisdom.
Now, spiritually, how do we do this in a scientific way? When we meditate, when we pray, hopefully we become more sensitive and we feel the effects of the light pouring through our chakras over time—first as we purify ourselves and our chakras become sensitive. In other words, we can feel the light flowing through us. And then we can study the aspects of how spirituality, through the release of light, impacts us, our world, our neighborhoods, our communities, other lifestreams.
The more sensitive we become, the more crystal clear our consciousness becomes and we can ascertain things from a more luminous and universal perspective—objective as well as subjective. So universal awareness brings us into a higher plane of view or purview, where we can see much more clearly what is transpiring. And we can't do this from an ego perspective, the Divine Director says. We can only have the highest purview from a divine perspective, from our God Presence, because that gives us the authentic view and approach to dealing with anything.
If we come from an ego perspective and bent, then we will always lose. We will not be able to accept the higher radiant fields of light from the heaven world, because the ego separates us from God, clouds our vision and does a disservice to us in terms of what we can be and who we are since it is constantly attempting to insert itself into our lives as the real us, when it really is not the real us.
So the divine us experiences life from a divine perspective, from a light perspective, from an approach that brings God-consciousness and Solar awareness into play rather than nonsensical, whimsical dweller-on-the-threshold knowledge, which is not true knowledge.
When we prove the law of being by being who we are, being God in manifestation, being an extension of God, then we dynamically and scientifically apply the resources from our True Self in our lives to be of benefit to others, to help others. Every experiment that we do spiritually should in some way benefit life. Otherwise it's just nonsensical; it has no real higher purpose.
So what do we experiment with? Well, when we pray, we surrender to God's will, we accept God's will and we accept as already complete and conclusive what we are visualizing and hoping for so that it will bless and benefit others. We place our trust in God, we place our faith in God, we place our hope in God and, of course, we love God. And through faith, hope and love, we have the anchoring in 3D—in our dimensional plane of being—God's essence, God's faith, God's hope, God's love for humanity, which is on a higher par than what we may have personally accepted today.
Divine science brings us to a restoration of the sense of oneness with all life, because when God created the cosmos it was really one giant being, even though it may have had many, many cells, little points of light within the creation. From God's perspective, the creation is one being. And the more we understand this sense of oneness, that we are connected with every other form of life and we're just individual cells in God's being, which is the creation, the more we can, through that sense of oneness, understand the nature of all life and any life-form. We can commune with a bumble bee or a flower or a river or a cloud, a mountain and even inanimate objects, or what we think of as inanimate. And through that communion, we can come to a deeper understanding of life as God has embedded his/her essence within that life-form.
If we approach things from an anthropomorphic vantage point, we will be limited, because we didn't create God—God created us. Yet we've created an image of God that's anthropomorphic, in our image, rather than realizing that God created us in his/her image. So what is God's image? Light, Solar beingness, consciousness, energy, loveliness, love itself. Without love, there would be no creation. Without love, God could not sustain the creation and we would be simply unsustainable. Love is what holds us together, even as love is what holds the universe, the cosmos together, because God created out of love, from love, through love. And because God created out of, from and through love, that love is at the core of everything that is created.
We may not always think of ourselves as alchemists or spiritual scientists. Yet every day is an opportunity to walk upon the proving ground of our Earth and to say to God and the creation: “Here I AM. Use me to benefit life, to help others, to bring blessings to sentient beings upon the Earth. O God, use me as a resource today to fulfill your will upon this planet.” When we do that, we set in motion a beautiful dynamic whereby God does send intercessors and mediators to utilize us as a resource because we've called it forth. And God and the higher powers and beings must obey when we call in the name I AM THAT I AM for assistance, for help or for the release of light.
What are some of the sciences beyond alchemy? Well, many of them relate to alchemy. Conscious cooperation with elementals and nature spirits is a science, and we're learning a lot about permaculture recently. Visualization of perfection as we do anything in our lives is a science. It's a divine science that the Great Silent Watchers utilize and teach us about.
Conscious, loving, authentic communication is actually a divine science and an art whereby we use words that edify, uplift, support and bless rather than words that are a curse, a downer, a bummer or that bring people into lower fields of energy. When we consciously communicate, it is the science of the spoken word. It's actually called that—the science of the spoken word. And we use that science to primarily pray with God and God's created beings— angels, masters, divine beings. And in that prayer, there is an acceptance of a higher reality manifest on Earth.
Jesus gave a beautiful prayer, which we find in the Lord's Prayer: “Thy kingdom come…on earth as it is in heaven.”1 Jesus was an alchemist. He knew the science of “as Above, so below,” as in heaven, so on earth. As it already exists in the etheric, so it may be in our plane when we allow it to manifest through love, givingness, surrender, patience and all the virtues.
What are some of the other sciences? We've learned about solar gazing, an ancient art, where we take into our eyes the light from the sun, which stimulates the cortex, the optic nerve and the pineal gland, and it gives us higher consciousness. The pineal gland grows in those who solar gaze often and with mastery, as we found out from the gentleman from India who is lovingly referred to as HRM, Hira Ratan Manek.
What are some of the other divine sciences? Using imagination and ideation to co-create with God through our Higher Mind. We imagine something as we hold an image and clothe that image with love, with light, with divine substance. And then we accept it into manifestation through our emotional body, supporting its entrée into the physical plane from the emotional plane and before that the mental plan and before that the etheric plane. So imagination, visualization, ideation and conception are all key words in co-creation, which is a science. It's a science of creating with God or with others who represent God. We can co-create with an ascended being. We can co-create with other heartfriends in a master-heart-mind alliance. We can co-create consciously with our own Higher Self, which is inside of us. Yet for the purpose of understanding what co-creation is, co means “with,” and so there have to be two. Although when we are in league with, or one with, our I AM Presence, we collapse that duality into the unity field, and then it's us creating as a oneness, as a whole, like the uniplurality of the Elohim (two in one). God created in his/her image and likeness; male and female created he them, or us. So we are part of the whole.
Divine science is something that we can contemplate whenever we desire something to happen, because that desire sets in motion, through the higher laws of alchemy, energy and consciousness. And what we put our attention upon through the flow of our energy, we eventually become. Where we place our attention, or our focus, there our energy goes. What energy? Love—the energy of our love, adoration, desire—and what we keep desiring eventually is magnetized to us if, of course, we desire it in the proper way. If we have wrong desire, impure desire, we may not get what we want, what we desire, because it may not be best for us. And we have those looking out for us who will say, “Well, let's not give this person this because he may be hurt by it or won't have an improved life. Or maybe he will have riches in the short term, but then what? He could abuse those riches or money and waste it on lascivious living, and then what? He will be worse off for it.”
Divine science is a beautiful thing when we understand that our whole life is an alchemical opportunity for growth, learning, spiritual evolution, givingness, co-creation.
1. Matthew 6:10.
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