David Christopher Lewis Discourse (inspired by Jesus)
October 15, 2014 7:00–7:27 pm MDT
Livingston Sanctuary of the Heart
Jesus’s Healing Art: I AM the Resurrection and the Life
Jesus healed by God’s grace and by God’s authority. He healed the blind, the lame, the halt, lepers. He healed the guard in one of his last healings in the Garden of Gethsemane before his passion and his crucifixion. He cast out demons as a form of healing. He knew the laws of alchemy and of long-distance healing. Remember, he healed the young man at the request of the father without even seeing him in person.1
He used the resurrection flame to heal, for he learned of that resurrection fire in Egypt as a very young boy, and he was tutored in the divine arts even from a young age by his parents, by other initiates and masters and, of course, when he was in India. He resurrected Lazarus, the young girl2 and himself using his understanding of the resurrection currents as a form of healing.
What is not in the Gospels is that Jesus often healed animals, and he even did this as a young boy. He perfected the art and the science because of his love for elemental life. In a sense, he healed the winds when he calmed them. He healed, most importantly, the spirits of people who were forlorn and bereft of a sense of their own self-worth. His depth of spirituality, through his connection with the Source, allowed him to help reconnect others to their own inner Christ light. The form of healing that he mastered as a great art was and remains today the radiation of light for the restoration of the perfect immaculate image of individuals and their four lower bodies.
While he was invested in the healing of the outer person, the physical form, the body temple, concurrent with this was the release of light for the restoration of wholeness at all levels of being: mind; heart; the feeling, or astral, body; and the etheric envelope, the memory. What is also not in the Gospels is that during his healing of people’s minds, there was the transmutation and erasing of records from akasha, from the Book of Life and from the record of the individual. When he forgave the sins, or the karma, of people with the authority of the Christ, there was the instantaneous transmutation of the cause and core of what produced those conditions in people’s outer lives so that those burdens, those stains would be no more upon their souls.
Often when we revolve things in the memory body, a great sense of guilt, shame and burden comes upon us. Imagine if everything that you had ever done in this incarnation and in all incarnations was fully erased, whereby you had no more recollection of it. The power of this manifestation itself would be a great release. Because of the authority that Jesus wielded as the living example of the Christ, he was able, by God’s grace, to perform this sacred alchemy, which was authenticated and authorized by Melchizedek (of whose order Jesus was a member) and by the Lord God himself in the Great Central Sun.
If all were told of everything that Jesus did in terms of healing, there would be volumes and volumes and volumes explaining the individuals involved, the karma of those people and the dynamics that were used, different in every situation. Whether he took some clay from the ground and mixed it with his spittle to anoint the blind man’s eyes,3 for example, or whether he healed people in the pool at Bethesda,4 whatever he did, in each and every case the law of the One was engaged in whereby people were restored to inner peace, harmony and their own Divine Presence.
The healing that Jesus performed resulted in permanent healing for many in the sense that so long as they maintained harmony in their lives, their conditions would not return. In a couple of cases recorded in the Bible, he did warn individuals to go and sin no more,5 because their healing required their ongoing participation in the path of light and that they not reengage in the type of behavior that caused their conditions.
This teaches us the importance of walking a path of light, whereby we hear the teachings and study the word and then do not lapse into behaviors and patterns that we may rue and that would cause us a world of hurt and shame. Therefore we must assess in our own lives, as initiates, what we are doing on a daily basis—what we take in through eating, through our emotional body, through what we read and view and what we engage in through activity—to know if it is of the light, if it is pure and worthy of a son or daughter of God. Would Jesus, if he beheld what we do on a daily basis, be pleased with us as initiates? We can ask ourselves before we act, “O God, is this pleasing to you?” Actually, when we grow up on the path, as initiates we don’t have to ask anyone; we know internally what is righteous, pure and of the light.
There are so many forms of healing that Jesus was engaged in, both in the area of Jerusalem and other areas of what we now call the Middle East during his three-year ministry and during his entire lifetime. If the record were written of all of these various modalities, we would be amazed. Books could be written about the method of Christ-healing practiced by this magnificent one. There are so many modalities available today, various types of healing, yet true healing originates from pure light, pure love, pure consciousness. If we would self-heal, if we would be the receptors for greater light and divine energy, then we too can be participants in the alchemy of healing for other lifestreams. No matter what the outer technique may be, it is God’s grace that is the active ingredient, empowered by the Holy Spirit, for true and lasting healing to occur in our lives and in the lives of others for whom we would pray, be a benefactor or an instrument of their wholeness, their oneness with God.
In some cases we are not allowed to interfere with the self-healing of another because that one may be in the process of learning a lesson, and a restoration of understanding is just as important as the removal of a burden, a pain or an ache. Therefore we must always invoke the Holy Spirit to know, discern and discriminate what is God’s will, wisdom and love in a situation and what is not to be interfered with, especially if there is an element involved of our own sense of self-importance as a so-called healer. If at any point we find our ego manifesting or the lesser self desiring to be thought well of as a healer, then the gifts may recede and we may not necessarily be involved any longer in true divine-light healing.
Therefore let us look within. Let us find the Source, the wellspring of light, just as Jesus always did. There was always a short pause before he answered a request for healing so that he could make that instantaneous communion with God and the Holy Spirit and know exactly what to do, how to do it and whether it was lawful. Therefore we too must always pause to ask and receive permission before engaging. All of you who consider yourselves lightworkers, energy workers, healers of any kind can invoke the Presence of the Almighty, the Presence of a master, the Presence of the light of pure love into the equation so that you will never be one who interferes with the highest outcome. You will simply be an extension of grace, of light.
With this understanding from the heart of Jesus, many of you may be called at some point in this lifetime to be a point through which the grace of God flows as light for the restoration of others’ wholeness, and even your own. If you find yourself in a situation or condition of a lack of pure wholeness, you can go within, be still and reconnect. And though you may not be shown the cause and core of your condition, why it has occurred, at least you can thank God for what is manifesting in your world. You can thank the universe for the lessons that are yours for the learning, the opportunity to reflect, to go deeper, to master something and to come out the beneficiary of the lesson so that you can then be an instrument for teaching and helping others.
Sometimes the universe requires us to go through something intense that requires deep soul-searching so that we truly find a new wellspring, a new source, of higher light and inspiration, whereby we can then fulfill a greater portion of our mission. If we do not go through the pain, the travail, the agony and the suffering, we will not be proven, tested, initiated to the point where we are moved to access that greater wellspring of light, that pool of divine love that can bring nourishment of the Spirit to both us and others.
For some of you, the resurrection flame itself may be the only modality that is necessary for you to master in order to assist souls, because the resurrection flame is all-knowing, all-understanding, all-wise. It is the acceleration of the threefold flame, in perfect balance, to a crescendo of light whereby all is suffused with a new eternality, with a new presence, and healing naturally manifests because all that is unreal is sloughed off in that powerful flame of the resurrection. Therefore Jesus encourages us to say often throughout our day: “I AM the resurrection and the life! I AM the resurrection and the life! I AM the resurrection and the life!” We must mean it and feel it and experience the power of that ray, the dynamism of what transpires when we enter that fire as Jesus did, as Lazarus did and as others have in order to experience the healing energy of that accelerating light field.
Let us say it nine times together. [Participants say with David nine times:] “I AM the resurrection and the life!”
We know that at the two-thirds point from the center of the base of a pyramid toward the apex, the resurrection fire manifests. The living reality of light also manifests within Vaastu temples, which are built in certain proportions according to divine mathematics. Therefore when you pray within a temple, or even within a room consecrated for prayers, meditation and spiritual practice, you can establish the flowfield of such a pyramid and then sustain the resurrection current and fire within it so long as you maintain harmony and engage in your practice virtually on a daily basis. If you travel, in your mind you can see yourself positioned there to reestablish and maintain that current and that flowfield
Now let us say again, I AM the resurrection and the life. See yourself where you normally abide in prayer on a daily basis, where you engage in the word with brothers and sisters of light of the Universal Great White Brotherhood, the ascended masters and other divine spirits. And feel the impetus established there as a living, vital flame that will manifest for the duration of your life and beyond as a living witness to Jesus’s words, which are powerful, true and glorious in God.
Together. [Participants say with David nine times:] “I AM the resurrection and the life!”
It would be best for us to maintain this state of grace in these sacred places by not allowing certain vibrations to be there that would compromise this flame of the resurrection from this day on. Therefore if you are, let’s say, used to using a computer in an office that doubles as a sanctuary for you, and if you use it to watch news, movies or other things, watch them somewhere else and allow that eternal flame to reside there without interruption, dissonance or static interference.
Let us now give the Children’s Golden Buddha Rosary as we continue in this vein to invoke the light of Jesus the Christ through the rosary with his mother, Mary, on behalf of children everywhere, on behalf of families everywhere upon Earth. We so consecrate this rosary, beloved Jesus, to the resurrection of all life upon Earth, the resurrection of every man, woman and child, in spirit and in matter, within their souls and within the flesh so that they may have that full reconnection with thee, and from this day forward live in integrity and oneness and love.
[Discourse continues following the giving of the Children’s Golden Buddha Rosary.]
Jesus will now tell you a story about healing an animal. This story takes place in India. There was a time in Jesus’s later teenage years, after he had traveled there, that he was refining his ability to communicate with elemental life, and there was a stubborn animal that had been taken over by an entity. The entity manifested in such a way that this animal created a lot of problems for people in that area, much like the story of Saint Francis and the wolf, which you may have heard during one of our Meru University courses. This animal was mean-spirited in the way that it acted because it was possessed by a discarnate who was carrying out its will using this unfortunate little animal. I’m seeing something like a bull. It’s a male cow or a bull and it has horns.
In India, of course, the cows and bulls are sacred and they don’t kill them. They wander all over the place, and because people don’t hurt them, this particular bull was just going around doing its thing and at times goring people and creating problems. So Jesus had to cast out the possessing spirit that was in this bull. The conundrum for him was what to do with the spirit when he cast it out. You may remember that in the Gospels he cast many demons out of a man, the Gadarene demoniac, which then possessed the swine, who ran down a steep place into the sea and drowned.6 That story has always been a little problematic for me to think about because the swine got killed, and Jesus, in his heart of hearts, is the master of peace, love and compassion.
He preferred that the demon would go out of the bull and not impact other life or harm other beings. So with this thought in the forefront of his consciousness, in order to deal with the situation, he invoked Lord Maitreya to help him know what to do with this demon. We think of demons as evil spirits, and we see what happens to them in movies—they’re just slaughtered or dissolved or whatever. And yet even that demon, that beast or that entity is a being, has consciousness and originally was of God and of the light.
In the alchemy of healing this animal, Jesus was able to commune with the original consciousness of that entity before it fell or had clothed itself in darkness and show it, in a flash, the record of what it had done and the lives it had affected. All this was done in a millisecond, in a flash, beyond time and space. And Jesus, by the power of his vision, his consciousness, his Christic Presence, was able to pour so much love and compassion into the essence of this discarnate that, in effect, it bent the knee and, in that moment of being cast out of the animal, took another form in nature. In that moment, Jesus actually created another life form that was benign for that spirit to reside in.
Now, this is a very interesting teaching. Did Jesus have the ability to actually create a life form? Well, because of the power that he wielded, yes. What did he create it out of? Well, he created it out of substance. If the spirits desire to embody, they have to have form. So how did he create that form? He used alchemy, just as he took part of the earth and mixed it with his spittle and then healed the eyes of the blind man. It was quite a demonstration of both power, magic and the manifestation of this ability to project pure love and compassion into that situation and to resolve it in such a magnificent way, whereby no one was hurt, the bull was freed and from that point on everybody loved that bull. It was like a new animal and no longer created problems for the people. Jesus himself was elated that he was the instrument for this. It was kind of an initiation for him to do this at the behest of Lord Maitreya. It was something that he always remembered, and the akashic record is being opened tonight for us to see this. Even in his late teenage years he had developed this ability. It wasn’t just something that he had at the age of thirty to thirty-three in the Palestine area. He had this amazing alchemical ability even in his late teens. I’m seeing it happening during his eighteenth year, somewhere in India.
So that’s his story, believe it or not. You can accept it or you can reject it. That’s what’s coming forth tonight. It’s a beautiful story of love—love of animals, love of the essence that is God-good within all life, even demons or possessing spirits, because they have consciousness. We can take it as an object lesson in the event that we ever have to deal with individuals who are possessed, so that we remember to always look to the good within them and don’t judge them for the temporary situations they are in. It’s like the guy who was drunk and came to one of our services. He was possessed and at the end he was saying things that I’m sure he regretted the next day. He probably didn’t even know outwardly what he was doing because he was drunk and possessed. So we love the individual, we love everyone. We have to focus on the God within to draw that forth from them so they can be who they truly are.
1. See John 4:46–54.
2. See Mark 5:35–43; Luke 8 40–56.
3. See John 9:1–11.
4. See John 5:1–4.
5. See John 5:14; John 8:11.
6. See Mark 5:1–13; Luke 8:26–36; Matthew 8:28–32.
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