Beloved Saint Germain Discourse
David Christopher Lewis
May 3, 2014 10:12–10:19 am MDT
Saint Germain's New Alchemical Formulas for Spiritual Success
Livingston Sanctuary of the Heart
“Yet in My Flesh Shall I See God”
Loving God With Our Energy Released Through All Seven Chakras
When we spoke yesterday about the first commandment to love the Lord our God with all of our heart, mind, soul and strength, I saw how we could also add the other chakras into this equation. We can love God with all of our vision. I believe a while back I gave a discourse on this.
When I was meditating the other day in preparation for this class, I saw the statement of Job in the Old Testament, who was an incarnation of Lanello, “Yet in my flesh shall I see God. I remember Elizabeth Clare Prophet giving a sermon on this, probably more than once.
Seeing God while in the flesh is a key to higher advanced alchemy. What does it mean? It means that we consciously are choosing to behold the perfected aspects of one another and of all life through our third eye, our vision center. We are loving God, through our vision center, within one another by holding the immaculate concept, holding absolute bodhicitta for life. When Job said this, “Yet in my flesh shall I see God,” he was making a bold statement that he would be determined to keep on with his spiritual practice until he coalesced, through his vision, the ideation of the Divine in form. He would be able to raise his dual-eyed vision to a higher level in order that he could see beyond the veil and behold the Divine, God incarnate, within himself, within others. And by beholding it within himself, there was a charging of that energy field through the emerald ray to crystallize, coalesce in matter, divine substance.
As we choose to behold God in the flesh—in one another, in ourselves, in the nature kingdom, in whatever way we choose—we are engaging in a higher form of spiritual alchemy.
When we leave off of verbalizing about the darkness that we observe in our leaders, in our Congress, in the government in general, in what's going on with the economy, with what we perceive about what's been called Obamacare, et cetera, and we choose to behold something more sublime, beautiful, divine, we crystallize that action through that seeing. So part of higher alchemy is to leave off of previous modalities of verbalization about evil, darkness, the energy veil, whatever we desire to call it, maya, illusion. And as we leave off of this, we choose, then, to concurrently verbalize, through the I AM name of God, light, beingness, perfection, beauty, God-glory. Those who continuously verbalize the faults of others, as the Master Omraam recently shared in one of the morning daily meditations, are not really getting it spiritually, because they have the same stuff inside of themselves.
Inasmuch as we've chosen in the past to name in our decrees all these evil conditions across the Earth, in our Hearts Center movement we are choosing primarily to verbalize and authenticate our vision of a golden-crystal age, first and foremost; because where we place our attention, there the light-energy goes, there consciousness goes, there we go. If we continuously verbalize all the bad stuff, that's what we draw forth into our world. Then it's no wonder that we suffer, that we have issues, we have pains, we have accidents, et cetera. So inasmuch as we are aware that evil exists, that the energy veil is affecting life on Earth in this 3-D realm, as great silent watchers and great alchemists we are choosing primarily to focus on the light. “Yet in my flesh I shall see God within everything that I choose to behold and to place my attention upon.” I believe this is one aspect of loving God that was not necessarily mentioned in Genesis or reinforced by Jesus in what he shared, and yet we as alchemists can choose to embrace it.
The other two chakras that we haven't really focused on are the solar plexus and the base of the spine. Of course, love God with all of your feeling body. Love God with the foundation of your essence as the Mother energy, the purely qualified feminine aspect of yourself through the root chakra. So if we add these to the equation of the Great Commandment, we have a completion of the seven rays in how we love God—within ourselves, within one another, within all life.
1. Job 19:25–27.
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