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El Morya's Bio-Beginning with Abraham, Father of Nations

Key Teachings by the Ascended Master El Morya


The Ascended Master El Morya



El Morya

An Ascended Master Who Embodies the Will of God

The name “El Morya” may be unfamiliar to some. But it is more than likely that millions have heard about one or more of his past lives. Because of his tenacious love of the will of God lifetime after lifetime, El Morya has come to embody the quality of obedience to holy will. Today he serves from heavenly realms as the Chohan1 of The First Ray2, the blue ray of God's will, faith, protection and power.
Obedience Brings Blessing
Abraham. His story is told in the first book of the Old Testament. Both Jewish and Christian children alike have heard the tale of God’s call to his obedient son. “Get thee out of thy country…and from thy father’s house unto a land that I will show thee.”God promised Abraham that his obedience would lead to blessing. He would be the progenitor of a great nation. Abraham left the house of his father. And God did bless him. Called the Father of Nations, Abraham, even in his advanced age, was sired a son, Isaac. From this lineage the Twelve Tribes of Israel emerged. El Morya was Abraham.
Camelot—a Vision of a Golden Age
In the fifth century, a ruler of mythical proportion enters life’s stage. Arthur was the creator of the Table Round, a culture of brotherhood whose rallying cry was, “All for one and one for all!” His holy knights were reputed for their bravery in battle and service to their monarch and his kingdom. No myth, this noble soul forged a glorious society where respect, justice, courage and truth prevailed—the mystical Camelot. El Morya was King Arthur.
The Price of a Principled Life—Thomas Becket and Thomas More
Twelfth century England finds the soul of El Morya incarnated as Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, defender of the church and at odds with King Henry II. Conflict regarding the influence of the church in the political affairs of the realm rise to a fever pitch. And Becket pays for his stand with his very life, brutally slain within the environs of his own cathedral by four knights performing the king’s bidding.
Three centuries later, El Morya returns as Thomas More, Chancellor of England, during the reign of Henry VIII. And once again the soul of El Morya finds himself at loggerheads with the king of England. The same conflict of church and state arises, clothed in different circumstances. Separation from his family, years of imprisonment and finally a sentence of death by decapitation bring to a dramatic end in 1535 yet another embodiment of this unflinching soul. Thomas More’s final words to all who witnessed his execution were, “I am the king’s good servant, but God’s first.”
Akbar, Mogul Emperor—An Attempt to Foster Spiritual Brotherhood
A mere seven years later, El Morya returns—this time to embody in the East. He is Akbar, the greatest of the Mogul emperors. A ruler with refined qualities and varied talents, Akbar increased his kingdom through decisive action in battle but also diplomacy. He raised its culture through art, literature and architecture. Interested in all religions and religious practices but not the conflict they aroused, he desired to unify believers into one religion which he called the “Divine Faith.”
Service from the Heavenly Realms           
In the nineteenth century, El Morya, while residing in the spirit plane, collaborated with two other unascended masters4—Djwal Kul5 and Kuthumi6—to work through Madame Helena Blavatsky7 and others in order to teach occult mysteries to a larger body of mankind. The founding of The Theosophical Society8 by Blavatsky in 1875 would be a major vehicle for this purpose.
Lifetime after lifetime, love for the will of God was the driving force of El Morya’s soul, even to the laying down of his physical life as Becket and More. The striving of this “Man for All Seasons” won him his ascension9 in 1898. Today, El Morya is the chief of the Darjeeling Council, a heavenly governing body who serves in an etheric retreat over Darjeeling, India. He works with many other ascended masters—Chananda, Kuthumi, Saint Germain, Jesus, Mother Mary, to name some—for the upliftment of mankind and an instilling within their hearts of a similar love for the will of God.
El Morya Teaches Us the Way to Know Life’s Purpose
In a recent HeartStream10 from June 13th, 2008, El Morya said, “Many desire to know their life's purpose. Few desire to know that purpose within the context of the will of God. And fewer still are able to let go of the human will fully to be absorbed into the heart of God's will through the sacred science and art of surrender. Those who meditate on God's love, wisdom and will within, day and night, create a sacred portal for their life's purpose to be fully outpictured."
Read now the words of this beloved master as he expounds on such topics as the nature of God, the Buddha, heartstreaming, the purpose of the rosary and the meaning of darshan.
1. “Chohan” is a Sanskrit word for “chief” or “lord.” A chohan is the spiritual leader of great attainment who works with mankind from the ascended state. There are seven chohans for the earth—El Morya, Lanto, Paul the Venetian, Serapis Bey, Nada and Saint Germain.
2. The first ray is the ray of God’s will. The ascended masters teach that the seven rainbow rays are the seven qualities of God that compose the color rings or spheres which surround the Solar Presence. The attribute of each color, or ray, is vital to our wholeness. The seven rays are God-qualities that appear as color vibrations. Each person in embodiment is meant to master these qualities:
  •  Blue—the first ray: the will of God, faith and power
  • Yellow—the second ray: wisdom and understanding
  • Pink—the third ray: divine love and compassion
  • White—the fourth ray: purity and holiness
  • Green—the fifth ray: wholeness and abundance
  • Purple/gold—the sixth ray: service to life
  • Violet—the seventh ray: forgiveness, mercy and soul-freedom
3. Genesis 12:1-2
4. An unascended master is one who could ascend but has chosen to remain close to the earth in order to assist more directly its evolutions. In the East such a being is termed a bodhisattva.
5. Djwal Kul, also called “Master D.K.” or “The Tibetan,” is known in esoteric circles for his embodiment as a Tibetan master and also as an ascended being who assists planetary evolution. He was introduced to a wider audience through the writings of Madame Helena Blavatsky, co-founder of the Theosophical Society. Messenger of the Great White Brotherhood, Elizabeth Clare Prophet, revealed that Djwal Kul had been embodied as one of the three wisemen, Caspar. Through The Summit Lighthouse and The Hearts Center, Djwal Kul has taught the importance of the holy breath and forms of breathing that promote spiritual and physical well-being and progress. To hear the entirety of Djwal Kul’s message on union with the God within, click Djwal Kul, February 18, 2008.
6. Kuthumi, an ascended master serving on the yellow ray of illumination was embodied as Saint Francis of Assissi. Master psychologist, his assistance may be invoked as we work on subconscious as well as conscious patterns of behavior that limit our ability to outpicture our true nature of compassion for all life. He serves now as World Teacher with Jesus.
7.  Madame Helena Petrova Blavatsky (1831-1891), born into Russian aristocracy, was an occultist possessing from early childhood psychic abililties. During one of her sojourns in Tibet, she was commissioned by certain masters to share occult knowledge with a larger body of students East and West.  
8. The Theosophical Society was established in 1875 in New York City by Madame Blavatsky with the assistance of Col. Henry Steel Olcott (1832-1907) and William Q. Judge (1851-1896) for the purpose of compiling and teaching the occult sciences. The name of the society is derived from “theosophy,” a Neoplatonic term meaning"Divine Wisdom." The Theosophical Society currently has its international headquarters at Adyar, Madras, India. The Theosophical Society of America has its headquarters in Wheaton, Illinois and its British affiliate in London.
9. The ascension is complete liberation from the rounds of karma and rebirth. In the ascension process the soul becomes merged with her Solar Presence, experiencing freedom from the gravitational, or karmic, pull of the earth and entering the bliss of beingness within God’s eternal presence of divine love.
10. HeartStreams are up-to-the-minute messages from the ascended masters through their anointed messengers in The Hearts Center movement. These messages vibrate with the masters’ love and wisdom and anchor light in the earth as they are being delivered and when they are replayed in audio or video format. They teach, exhort, bless, uplift and direct us in specific actions needed to assist not only ourselves but our planet.
El Morya's HeartStream Messages

El Morya      January 08, 2016

David Christopher Lewis (overshined by El Morya)
January 8, 2016   9:16 ̶ 9:27 am MST
Livingston, Montana

El Morya's Quips

 I wrote a few more quips the other day that the Master would like me to share. This is from El Morya now.

He says, “Repudiate unreality by absorbing Truth.” When we absorb Truth, it allows us to put all else aside, because in order to really absorb Truth, with a capital T, we have to repudiate unreality.

He also says, “Consciousness transmits light.” I think we have to have awareness or consciousness in order to emit, transmit, transfer, emanate light. When we are conscious, we are lit up in God's eternal Presence. When we are lit first, we can transmit light.

El Morya says, “Replenish your inner sanctum through prayer.” Prayer allows us to have the rejuvenation of our soul, our hearts and the innermost part of our beings. True prayer nurtures us as much as it nurtures those for whom we pray or situations that we pray for. In this replenishing of our inner sanctum, we are rejuvenated through spiritual light. We are comforted by the Holy Spirit. We receive the divine resources to go through our day. That's why prayer is excellent early in the morning before we engage in our daily work, so that we have that reservoir within our inner sanctum of light. We've replenished our light by connecting and reconnecting with God—God within us, God all around us—through prayer and through meditation so that our day is fully charged with joy, radiance and light.

Those three came on January 6, just two days ago on the Epiphany, and then yesterday I wrote a few more from El Morya:

“True religion unites all peoples.” I think that we've seen in this most recent part of Earth's history—actually for quite some time—that unfortunately religions divide people. Or people allow their concept of religion, the doctrine and dogma of it, to divide them. Yet true religion unites all peoples.

He says, “Every heritage leads back to God.” When we look at our roots, where we came from, no matter where our origin was upon this Earth—or even beyond this Earth—all of that leads back to God. Knowing this, we can have true brother/sisterhood and engage with others by revering who they are as also part of this cosmic heritage and lineage, which all goes back to the Source, to God.

He says, “True beauty is soul deep.” We've all heard, “Beauty is only skin deep.” He is saying true beauty is soul deep. So outer beauty may be skin deep; true beauty originates from the depth of our souls.

“Live every day as if it is your first.” We've heard, “Live every day as if it is your last.” With that concept there's the sense that your demise is near, your end is near. There may be a little fear there and you think, “I've got to do everything I possibly can do before I expire.” A shift in consciousness allows us to say, “Live every day as if it is your first.” It's as if you've awakened, like the Buddha. You're now awake. You've just awakened to consciousness. You are aware that you are alive, that you're a being. And if you live every day as if it's your first, there's a lot of self-discovery that has to occur. There's a lot of newness and freshness. You're not going to engage in things that are old and decrepit and outmoded, because when you're in the mode of experiencing all of the firsts that you've ever accomplished, it's exciting; it's wonderful. It's like your first love, your first kiss, your first girlfriend/boyfriend. You are in an ecstatic state. So live every day as if it's your first. Bring that freshness, that newness into play so that you can give your best to the planet and you can be your brightest, your most joyous, your most loving.

He says, “Respond to all with love and understanding.” This may seem fairly simplistic and trite. However, when we really understand it and when we love all, we respond with love and understanding. We have to have the respect and reverence that allows us to listen, to truly hear, to assimilate. By attempting to understand others, “seeking first to understand,” as Steven Covey has said, I believe that our communications will be more in alignment with truth, with higher communication.

Morya says, “Virtue raises all in its sails.” I'm seeing the image of a great clipper ship with the sails billowing out from the winds. The virtue is what raises all in its sails. It lifts us up. It powers our ship—the ship of Selfhood—on our path of light. Those who are virtuous are those who are the true leaders of humanity. They become the helmsmen and the captains of the ship and lead many to the shores of reality, to the confluence of the river of life.

He says, “Sail with the Source each second.” When we sail with God, the Eternal, each second we are mindful of God's direction, God's compass, God's purpose and mission, because every trek that we sail upon has a purpose, has a mission. When we sail with the Source each second, then we are involved in that purpose, that mission, that goal. And knowing our purpose gives us the oomph to move forward and to assist the Source, God, in this great divine plan.

Finally, the last one I wrote down yesterday is, “If seconds are seconds, then firsts are now.” I had to think about this. We have names for different segments of time—we have days, hours, seconds. Why aren't they called firsts? The Master is kind of quipping with us and saying if seconds are second, then firsts are now. So the firsts are many, many points of the eternal Now that can be experienced first and foremost in our lives; they're not secondary. We put the eternal Now and living in our Presence first in our life, and we don't watch the hours, the minutes, the seconds. We are in a timeless state of being in the eternal Now. We put God first, and therefore we live in that sacred space of the immortal Now.

That's what I'd like to share with you today and I'll return the service now to Alice Tucker, who can maybe play a final song. I'd recommend something very joyous, possibly “Hail to the Chief” to El Morya for blessing us with these quips today.

Thank you so much. Bless you. Have a fantastic day. Bye-bye.

Copyright © 2016 The Hearts Center®. All rights reserved. We encourage you to share these messages with heartfriends throughout the world. With the approval of the messenger and/or the master, some of the spoken words may have been changed, or new words added, to provide greater clarity in the written word. Short excerpts may be quoted, giving credit to the author. Contact us at Send correspondence and contributions to PO Box 277, Livingston, Montana 59047 USA.


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