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God-obedience
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clairenbrown
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05/13/2012 10:03 AM
    How do the virtues of God-obedience manifest through your heart and being?
    Beloved Godre, God Obedience, says:
    “Blessed hearts, obedience to holy purpose, your higher purpose, is the need of the hour for every heartfriend to consider. And this alignment with Source, as the truing of your soul with Spirit, is such a magnanimous occurrence that when you fully understand the flame of obedience, not to just human institutions, laws or rituals, but truly to that Divine Presence which honors all, which knows all, which loves all then, blessed hearts, you will understand why I took this name and why I am so enfired by this flame that it is my love and desire to impress this great divine energy upon all life in the matter planes.”

    During our class, the following virtues were offered: acceptance, surrender to the God’s will, devotion, listening to the inner voice and acting on what you receive, love, deep respect for the Masters and our higher Self, trust, integrity, faith, and compliance.
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    05/13/2012 10:51 PM


    ☻ Characteristics:
    What I experience as Characteristic in the 12 within the 12.

    In exploring the Virtues I will take this list with me during the coming months ahead.
    I assume it will grow and therefore I will post it on the forum every month.

    • Characteristic to me is that every Virtue in itself has the potential to Embrace the total.
    Yes, it can be used in a direct and practical way — but surely can be experienced as an all Embracing state of being as well.
    Experiencing fullness all around is key.
    • The virtues are profoundly connected with what I call, soul expression.
    Through soul expressivity and soulfullness (our authenticity) — and the Way and Ray we are — we become the radiant, emanating virtues ones.
    • Virtues can be experienced when being in the Now, in contact with the I AM Consciousness — and one with the level in which you experience the Now, your own conscious awareness of heart, soul, mind and Spirit.
    All of these levels have their own fullness, add their own color, dimension, nuance, perspective, variegation and emanation.

    Definition of the virtues: Attitudes of mind. (Who sometimes differ in subtle ways from one another).
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    05/13/2012 10:56 PM
    ♦ Faithfulness / Loyalty to oneself.

    Reflecting upon the 12 attitudes of mind of God-Obedience I belief faithfulness, being loyal and true to oneself is one of them. I do not speak of faithfulness in general to someone, something or certain causes etc. But the inner drive to be faithful to your inner core and reason for being first and foremost—being faithful to all that emerges from within. The ability to pay allegiance to all that is real and essential and of truth within oneself . . . to know yourself (as God knows you).
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    05/14/2012 2:01 PM



    The most exquisite example of obedience to me is the life of Joan of Arc, the Maiden of Orleans. She illustrated obedience in its truest form. She was thirteen and a half, in the summer of 1425 when she was visited by Saint Michael, Saint Catherine and Saint Margaret and others.
    "Although Joan never made any statement as to the date at which the voices revealed her mission, it seems certain that the call of God was only made known to her gradually. But by May, 1428, she no longer doubted that she was bidden to go to the help of the king, and the voices became insistent, urging her to present herself to Robert Baudricourt, who commanded for Charles VII in the neighbouring town of Vaucouleurs. This journey she eventually accomplished a month later, but Baudricourt, a rude and dissolute soldier, treated her and her mission with scant respect, saying to the cousin who accompanied her: "Take her home to her father and give her a good whipping."
    I cannot imagine such obedience; however this shining example demonstrated by Joan gives one pause to consider what we may do to give obeisance to God in our own lives.
    "But perhaps the most interesting fact connected with this early stage of her mission is a letter of one Sire de Rotslaer written from Lyons on 22 April, 1429, which was delivered at Brussels and duly registered, as the manuscript to this day attests, before any of the events referred to received their fulfilment. The Maid, he reports, said "that she would save Orléans and would compel the English to raise the siege, that she herself in a battle before Orléans would be wounded by a shaft but would not die of it, and that the King, in the course of the coming summer, would be crowned at Reims, together with other things which the King keeps secret."
    To decipher the virtues that comprise "Obedience", I revel in the life of Joan of Arc. You see immediately that Belief in God is imperative, total Faith and Trust in His Word and Fearlessness. Unwavering Committement, Passion, Grace, Submission to the Will of God, Love,Honor,Purpose and Determination.
    The words of Joan of Arc before the Ecclesiastical Judges gives the breath, height and depth of Obedience.
    "I came from God. There is nothing more for me to do here! Send me back to God, from Whom I came"


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    05/15/2012 10:32 PM

    Beautiful, thank you Dee.
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