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Lady Kristine      October 26, 2007

Beloved Lady Kristine
David Christopher Lewis
October 26, 2007   8:05-8:35 am MDT
Wellspring Retreat
Paradise Valley, Montana

Lady Kristine's Chrisms
#12
 

1.     Valuing God's Presence in your life means always having the Lord's place setting at the table of your consciousness.

2.     Etch for perpetuity your mark of excellence upon today's monumental opportunity to be God's love in action.

3.     A golden corona of radiance is the gift from the masters of wisdom to those who meditate on the Sun Presence of God's beingness within.

4.     If all nature sings of God's glory, why not join the chorus?

5.     I am in the prevailing winds of God's grace; fashion your kite and fabricate your glider with all alacrity and divine abandon.

6.     The presence of joy is grace accepted.

7.     Why accept a few granules of fortune's blessings when God would yield ye a full harvest?

8.     The key to maintaining cosmic flow is to keep the pipes of adoration clear, the tap of awareness open and the urns of acceptance abundantly present.

9.     Fortuitously accept your divine inheritance every moment.

10.  The blessings of Christic peace, the flow of Buddhic awareness and the love tides of Krishnaic joy are fanned by the breath of God's grace in every pranic engram.

Commentary:

Catch the Prevailing Winds of God's Grace

The Presence of Joy Is Grace Accepted


1.  Valuing God's Presence in your life means always having the Lord's place setting at the table of your consciousness.

            The table of your consciousness is the altar of the heart. It is the very nexus of divine alchemy where God's Presence is manifest in the divine spark within you. Having the place setting available and ready is your attentiveness to God's Spirit within you. When you are living in Presence, nothing can take you away from the divine relationship, which is a one-on-one, complex—but simple—melding of your heart with God's in the feast of light that occurs as the fire enfolding itself within you at the altar of your heart. 
            Valuing God as the greatest currency of the Spirit—for God is always current, and his current flows through you—is tantamount to leaving off all else to to seek the pearl of great price, the one beautiful pearl that is the totality of the Spirit. John Steinbeck wrote the story The Pearl about a pearl diver who found a very large pearl and then various ones sought to steal it from him. They coveted it, but ultimately the desire for this pearl became almost a curse, because those who wanted it didn't value it for its intrinsic beauty in and of itself, as God's creation, but for what it would bring them in terms of monetary gain. Well, God doesn't always give us monetary abundance lest we become lazy in our striving, but he always pricks our consciousness with awareness of himself within us as the highest valued thing in the universe.
            Preparing the banquet table at the altar of our heart is a day-by-day requirement. It means rising early and meditating, placing our attention where God is within us and then renurturing that awareness throughout the day by living in Presence and beingness.

2.  Etch for perpetuity your mark of excellence upon today's monumental opportunity to be God's love in action.

            Excellence is the zenith of attainment whereby you pour yourself into what you do to such an extent that that very striving creates the fire within the acid that etches, for all time and space, your beingness in God into the akashic records. Imagine the very presence of God's Spirit in those of us who are present in our awareness being a light-energy that impregnates the substance of akasha with divine love such that all life is raised in this sacred alchemy. Every moment is a monumental opportunity to be God's love in action, and the very pressure of this love is what changes the Earth through those who are consciously aware of who they are. Little acts of kindness, expressions of grace and joy, creating beauty, and expressing yourself in words of gentle love to another are manifestations of excellence of the Spirit in finite little portions that, when added up, create a mandala of grace.
            Think of the Buddhist lamas and monks who create incredible mandalas with colored sand, how long it takes for these to finally be the most beautiful renderings of their Spirit in matter. Yet they know at a certain level there is no permanence, and thus they are not attached to their creation. So once they are done and they have fully embraced the qualities of God that have poured through them in the creation of the mandala and they have energized it through the yantra and the mantra that flow through their hearts as they perform this sacred ceremony, they simply brush it awayit is no more. And yet the very essence of the experience of what they have done in the creation of this mandala is made permanent within them because that is what is holy. The process is what is important and not always the end result. But the end result is presence—their own beingness—impregnated within their work, along with the Buddhic awareness that they were enjoying as they created that work through their hands, their eyes, the mantras that flowed through their throats, and the heart connection they maintained with their Presence.
            Every etching of love upon akasha is felt by every sentient being at some level of awareness throughout the cosmos. Therefore when you pour yourself into your work, great cosmic Buddhas and bodhisattvas may come to your aid, for they feel the beingness who you are in that moment.

3.  A golden corona of radiance is the gift from the masters of wisdom to those who meditate on the Sun Presence of God's beingness within.

            The masters of wisdom do not offer lightly their radiance to chelas. But they do endow those who day after day enter into an understanding of God's sunny Presence (the yolk of his being) with an aspect of their own corona—a golden, radiant light—which is extended to the aura, the crown chakra of the devotee. When you feel the Presence of God in your life, each chakra is endowed with an aspect of God's radiance. And when you work with the masters of wisdom—like Gautama, Maitreya, Jesus, Kuthumi, Lanto, Confucius, Lao Tse, and each and every one of the masters who also has this essence of wisdom as a corona of fire—by your attending to their words and by your meditation upon their Word, which is the Word of God, you receive that radiance, that love-wisdom; and your corona, your aura, your halo glows brighter, is expanded and people naturally know that you have an inner wisdom because they feel this glow. And what do people really want? They want to feel accepted, nurtured, loved, respected. When they feel the radiance of this light, it tingles within their being and nurtures them to the extent that their soul responds and wants more understanding; and then you can be the instrument for providing it through the wisdom ray of God, which is his divine understanding.
            Only through life experience will the imprint of the masters' words become real for you. Only when you employ their wordsfully assimilating them and then understanding them in the context of a life lived to the glory of Godwill you truly enter into the Word and understand it at the deepest core level. If it is only an intellectual concept that you can resonate with at a certain level in the mental plane, then so be it. But what I want and what God wants for you and within you is the full flowering of this wisdom by its nurturing, its watering and its development such that you are a fully enlightened walking and talking master on the Earth. That is our goal now.

4.  If all nature sings of God's glory, why not join the chorus?

            We are part of nature, and when we return to our Buddha nature, we are in the flow of the sacred song and dance of the Divine One, which is endless. It is a cosmic continuous procession of spiritual joy that traverses the cosmos. We are not following a pied piper of the lesser self, but we are following the divine piper, the divine fifer through which the song of Krishna, through his flute, may play.

5.  I am in the prevailing winds of God's grace; fashion your kite and fabricate your glider with all alacrity and divine abandon.

            We want to catch those winds and go up, up, up into God's higher awareness of grace. So we have to have some substance to create a sail that allows us to experience the billowing effect where we rise to be able to hangi on to the apron strings of the Lord as we glide and flow with the Holy Spirit. It takes alacrity and a certain stupendous givingness, through surrender, to create the cosmic glider so that we can go with the masters up into the divine heaven world, to the seventh heaven and beyond. Let's catch these prevailing winds by studying the words of the masters as they are released, by attending Meru University as the sessions proceed. Each one builds on the previous to the point where the wisdom teaching that we are receiving week by week, month by month from the masters is raising the entire evolutionary scheme of the planet and all of the lifewaves upon this Earth. By catching those winds of the Spirit, we are in that very sacred center of the alchemy of this process.

6.  The presence of joy is grace accepted.

            To have joy, you must first accept God's joyous Presence within you. And once you do, there is no sorrow in your world. It is simply a life of utter simple fun, and you live as a child again.

7.  Why accept a few granules of fortune's blessings when God would yield ye a full harvest?

            It reminds me of the Bible quote about when the Lord will pull out all the stops and give you, overflowing unto infinity, the blessings of his grace. I don't have the exact quote here, but I think we need to start doing this, accepting the fullness of our casual-body blessings day by day and actually penetrating our casual body and seeking the flow that can come from our own God Source moment by moment.

8.  The key to maintaining cosmic flow is to keep the pipes of adoration clear, the tap of awareness open and the urns of acceptance abundantly present.

            So we have adoration, awareness and acceptance as three keys to maintaining cosmic flow. Adoration opens the portal of our heart. Awareness of God's Presence there keeps that tap open, and then keeping the urns of acceptance present means placing those water bottles before the Christ whereby the Lord within us can perform divine alchemy and change that water into wine. But we must have our urns always ready, because we never know when the flow will happen.
            What are those urns? They are your own works that create the vessel through which the light may come. Grace without works are in vain. We have to have the urns of our works, the substance created to "catch" or manifest the alchemy of that cosmic flow.

9.  Fortuitously accept your divine inheritance every moment.

            Here's the word accept again. It is such a key for us. I think Aquarius is the new age of acceptance. Aquarius is the water bearer. What is our divine inheritance? The flow comes into that vessel by acceptance. If you are not there to hold the urn, or the vessel, in front of the tap, you cannot accept it. So fortuitously accept it. See yourself as worthy of being that Aquarian vessel day by day, and then claim that divine inheritance as yours to utilize and work with every day, moment by moment.

10.  The blessings of Christic peace, the flow of Buddhic awareness and the love tides of Krishnaic joy are fanned by the breath of God's grace in every pranic engram.

            This is one to meditate on for the remainder of the day. I've never heard of the word Krishnaic, but it's beautiful. So the pranic engrams of light that come when we breathe in God's grace fan these aspects of the higher way—Christic peace, Buddhic awareness and Krishnaic joy—beautiful to behold, fully giving us all that we need day by day to fulfill our dharma and balance our karma.



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