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Lady Kristine      November 05, 2007

Beloved Lady Kristine
David Christopher Lewis
November 5, 2007   8:00–8:31 am MST
Paradise Valley, Montana

Lady Kristine's Chrisms
# 17

1.     Every problem can be solved by first meditating on the grace within the answer.

2.     Replace all focus on lack with musings on abundance. Then God's amazing grace will flow into the arena of your life, with only your true being in play.

3.     Divine light is all that is.

4.     When your willingness and desire to visualize the perfect outcome of every day's spiritual work and projects is proportionate to your willingness to back up that vision with action, their fulfillment will manifest.

5.     Avoid mortal combat and enter the angelic ranks of the grace-bearers.

6.     Preliminary to every victorious conclusion to a worthy operatic offering are thousands of notes sung and played in harmony by numerous masterful beings. Become the composer, the orchestra and the diva—and live.

7.     Impending disasters result from acceptance of karma being outplayed. Break the cycle and transmute the past within its future dance in the Now.

8.     Vying for power always results in powerlessness. Let grace be your sufficiency in the energy market.

9.     Co-measurement with the masters allows the plumb line of reality to set your course to true north.

10.   Inveigle your way into God's affairs of state through his grace.


Commentary:

Grace Is at the Core of Every Solution

Enter the Angelic Ranks of the Grace-Bearers


1.  Every problem can be solved by first meditating on the grace within the answer.

            Every enigmatic problem has a divine solution that is beyond the ken, or understanding, of the human mind. Grace is at the core of every solution because the solution wipes clean the slate of the past, where the problem had its inception along the road of life. Grace is the emanation of the mercy light that transmutes the core of the problem at its nadir, at its roots, rather than dealing with only its symptoms.
            Grace is the flow of love whereby the branches and the leaves are nourished, and then the fruit of the solution may appear. Without grace, there is no coursing of life fluid through the tree of life within you. Grace is the very essence of this flow. Grace creates the arteries, the capillaries, the veins through which the lifeblood of God's beingness may enter your world and suffuse itself through your consciousness for the Divine to appear in the moment as inspiration for the resolution of all conflict.
            Conflict in and of itself is not bad. It is opportunity for growth. You may employ grace within any conflict as sweet honey and milk that you offer to that which you perceive as the opposition. When the seeming foe is nourished, then the synthesis of the divine solution may appear. Embrace your enemy. Love that which you seem to be opposed to, and by the grace that comes through your acceptance of what is, the enigmatic problem may simply disappear.

2.  Replace all focus on lack with musings on abundance. Then God's amazing grace will flow into the arena of your life, with only your true being in play.

            Even though we have had teaching for years on alchemy, precipitation, the law of abundance, I constantly hear people speaking about their problems, focusing on the lack rather than holding the vision in their mind and heart of the perfection of the matrix that they desire to have fulfilled until it is complete by their words and by their action. If you hold any sense of lack in your consciousness, even for a moment, then the forces of anti-victory have an inroad into the plan, into the blueprint that you have laid out toward that victory, and they may inveigle themselves into your work and mess things up.
            Can you imagine Mighty Victory not holding the flame of victory in his consciousness? He can do nothing but that. He is victory at all levels of his being, and if he held any sense of anti-victory or lack within his being for a microsecond, he could not truly be Victory.
            So what is your victorious sense of who you are as a God-being in your mission in this life? That is for you to discern and to affirm and to confirm through your words and actions. So first, replace any focus on lack in regards to that which you desire to have done with musings on the divine world of cosmic flow and abundance. See the light of grace coursing through every stage of the precipitation of the alchemy that you are working on, from the etheric, mental, emotional and into the physical. Grace is employed and your vision energizes that matrix and brings only your true being, your God-ideal, your God-beingness into play, and then all will be well.

3.  Divine light is all that is.

            God is light. Light is God. God is all that is. God's light, as his emanation, is all that is. God's love, as divine light, is all that is. As we focus on light, light, light as being all that is and all that is worthy of our focus, then that light energizes everything. And we, as God's lightbearers—as those who bear that light, who receive the light, who don't cloud it, but allow it to flow and manifest, vibrate, resonate, emanate through us—are then worthy of the light. We are worthy bearers of that light, and then we live in the light permanently.
            Divine light is all that is because it is sufficient unto itself as God in manifestation within his creation. Kuthumi said many years ago, “I am light, glowing light, radiating light, intensified light.”1 If the Master affirms and claims that light as Selfhood, then we can too. Walk in the light, live in the light and nothing of darkness can hide the reality of who you are at any moment of your day or night.

4.  When your willingness and desire to visualize the perfect outcome of every day's spiritual work and projects is proportionate to your willingness to back up that vision with action, their fulfillment will manifest.

            This is the law of work. “Work while ye have the light,”2 Jesus said. The light within you must come to fruition through work. Every day's spiritual works and projects are important to fulfill so that you can build upon them the edifice of selfhood and fulfill your dharma.
            If you have only vision without work, the victory will not come, although vision is preliminary. If you simply start working without having a clear vision of what you want to accomplish, you will be spinning your wheels for a long time until the blueprint is set and all the workers are in place, as well as the supervisors (super visionaries) who will help lead in the building. As you see the perfect outcome in your mind's eye even before it is fully manifest, and as you visualize it, the heaven world starts to energize it, crystallize it and then it takes form in matter. The more you employ your heart in your vision, then naturally the very seeds of love energize and crystallize that vision in form in a most beautiful, fulfilling manifestation.
            We know this law. We use it every day in some aspects of our daily work. Yet for long-term projects that we desire to fulfill, we at times don't take the first step because we know how much work it will take to complete the project from beginning to end. Taking the first step is always the most difficult part. This takes will and desire—your willingness and desire—and then your willingness to back up that vision with action until it is fulfilled.

5.  Avoid mortal combat and enter the angelic ranks of the grace-bearers.

           
This mortal combat is not a warring with others in the sense of physical combat. When we enter into the human momentums of ourselves and others, combat can occur that embroils us in an endless round of karmic entanglements. By entering the angelic ranks, we rise above the human momentums of the past and those karmic entanglements. And then grace may be brought to bear by the grace-bearers, who are the angels, to help us solve these age-old conflicts, first within ourselves and then in our interpersonal relationships.
            Don't speak the first word to another that will cause a reaction and then involve you in a battle, in this cyclic round of karma making. The Master said recently that for many of us, the last karma that we have to balance is that which has come through our mouths. So we have to avoid mortal combativeness through our speech, through our words in unguarded moments, when we say things that we regret and then we have to somehow try to reclaim them and undo them. But once the words are out of our mouth, out of the box, out of the bag, it's hard to take them back. So let's avoid even uttering them in the first place.

6.  Preliminary to every victorious conclusion to a worthy operatic offering are thousands of notes sung and played in harmony by numerous masterful beings. Become the composer, the orchestra and the diva—and live.

            It takes a community to put on an opera or to perform a beautiful rendition of a work whereby every instrument, every voice is at the perfect volume and in perfect proportion to all the others and each can be heard in the total context of the opera itself—not too loud, not too soft. The orchestral director knows exactly when each voice or instrument needs to come in and how loud it must be so that the listeners, those in the audience hear a beautiful rendering of the opera. The horns aren't too loud, the violins sing, the flutes, the trumpets, the oboes, the bassoons, the cymbals, the drums are all in perfect orchestral collusion such that the final sound will be beautiful to the listener, will raise his consciousness. Actually, elements of the divine world descend. And the voice of the diva, the one who stands out in front, who has developed that voice through attainment, through constant practice, comes forth and enlivens and vivifies the entire audience.
            So when Lady Kristine says, “Become the composer, the orchestra and the diva—and live,” she is asking you to consider being a co-creator, not by just playing another's tune but by creating your own vision, being your own messenger to the world. This means fulfilling that composition by considering every aspect of its outpicturing through all the instrumentation, through the work of others who assist you in the process, and then finally through the voice—your voice singing and manifesting this beautiful vision to an entire audience of the world such that you, in and of yourself, as the worthy operatic offering, have fulfilled the law of your own being through this beautiful rendition of your love and life in God.
            Until you can become the composer, the orchestra, the conductor and the diva, you don't see the total picture. So if you've only been the composer in the past, but you've never played the music, then play it and sing it. If you've only been the player, then consider retooling your life to become the creator, the composer. And if you've never really allowed your voice to be fully heard, then sing with divine abandon and live. Because until you create, until you play, until you sing and until you conduct—you cannot fully live as God.

7.  Impending disasters result from acceptance of karma being outplayed. Break the cycle and transmute the past within its future dance in the Now.

           
This is what we are about every morning. We see the potential for what could occur on the Earth and we go to work to break the cycle through the use of the violet transmuting flame.
            Did you feel an upsurge on the second and third when we did ninety and more minutes of violet flame? I did. My entire day went miraculously on those days. There was a joy in my step. There was an added boost of light-energy because of the transmutation that occurred as we worked together. And then when Morya entered the scene yesterday, the power of his love for the Earth and for his chelas was evident in his beautiful discourse.
            Every day we can break the cycle of the past and the outplaying of potential disasters through the use of the violet-transmuting-singing laser light. And then we can dance in the Now, knowing that we've done our work, that through conscious cooperation with the masters we have transmuted the prophecies of dire calamities.
            This is truly a work that is worthy of the miracle workers, who you are. Each one of you is a miracle worker. Accept it. Claim it. Let's say together, “I am a miracle worker,” three times. [Audience repeats after David:]

            I am a miracle worker!
            I am a miracle worker!
            I am a miracle worker!

8.  Vying for power always results in powerlessness. Let grace be your sufficiency in the energy market.

            If you want true power, lay down your life in service to others and to the God within all life. Grace that comes because you lay down your life, as Jesus did, is sufficient for you, for all that you need to accomplish your mission. If you want true power, don't just seek to hold a high office so that you can lord over others power, position or rank. For the greatest of these among you is a servant of all.3

9.  Co-measurement with the masters allows the plumb line of reality to set your course to true north.

           
In the book we are reading, Supermundane: The Inner Life,4 and in virtually every one of the Agni Yoga books, the word co-measurement is there. Joyce will probably share tonight the definition in Agni Yoga of co-measurement. This is such an important concept. As we see ourselves as one with the masters, on a par with them and we begin to play the role of being the master, not seeing ourselves as sinners or less than the masters, but becoming the masters, then the plumb line of reality, of our God-ideal is there before us and we can walk within that reality to the true north of our divine manifestation in God.
            We have to feel worthy to be the master before we can be the master. Worthiness comes through co-measurement, and a sense of self-worth in God is clearly what all need. This is the bane of Christianity today, that they continue to claim and reclaim that they are unworthy. They beat their chests in the Mass, saying, “Lord, I am not worthy.” The Christians consider that everyone is a sinner. Of course we have all come short of the mark in living upon this Earth—it is the law of duality. But co-measurement brings us into unity, out of the law of duality and into that plumb line of reality, which is unity, true north, and we can, as Jesus said, be perfect, even as our Father in heaven is perfect.5 The perfectionment of the heart is the key.

10.  Inveigle your way into God's affairs of state through his grace.

            If you call upon the Lord and do the work, enter the realm of beingness as a co-creator, then God cannot help but enter your affairs and blaze forth the grace of his Spirit into your life. The key to your victory is grace. Lady Kristine demonstrates and manifests it. Through her devotion to this one quality of God, she has attained to her perfectionment and her oneness, and we can too.
            Let us inveigle our way into the affairs of state of God, in his work in God-government—God's consciousness over men—not lording it over men, but seeing ourselves as one with God in this work. Let us enter the affairs of state, the work of the masters of wisdom, and then this Earth will truly be transformed into a golden-crystal age. And by the way, whenever we say “golden age” we now need to say “golden-crystal age” because it is both golden and crystal in its manifestation.

            God bless you. Have a wonderful day. This is our communion. Though we may take the communion of the host and the grape juice, our daily communion with the masters comes through their words and also through our meditation upon those words within us.


1.The full text of the "I AM Light" decree (7.10A) is in the Summit Lighthouse prayer book.
2. John 9:4, 5; 12:35.
3. Matthew 20:25-28; 23:11; Mark 9:35; 10:42-45.
4. See Supermundane: The Inner Life, Book I, by Nicholas and Helena Roerich, published by the Agni Yoga Society, 1938.
5. Matthew 5:48.



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