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Your Higher Self
Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works,
and glorify your Father which is in heaven.
— Matt. 5:14-16
is a way, tried and true, that saints, adepts and avatars have
walked. The way is universal, timeless and will reunite you
to your higher self, to the most sublime consciousness of God
realization that can shine through you. This is a path of individuated
Christhood and Buddhahood that Jesus, Maitreya, Gautama and
many others, even in civilizations long forgotten, helped forge.
As you follow in their footsteps, you will become one with Christ,
the universal Christos, which in Greek means "anointed."
You will discover, cultivate and expand the divine spark in
your heart. You will gradually become awake, enlightened and
demonstrate the divine mission of every son and daughter of
the last century, many spiritual pioneers have come forth to
teach the path of personal Christhood and Buddhahood including
Nicholas and Helena Roerich with Agni Yoga; H.P. Blavatsky,
Charles Leadbeater and Annie Besant with the Theosophical Society;
the Rosicrucian Fellowship, Yogananda and the Self Realization
Fellowship, Corinne Heline, Guy and Edna Ballard with the I
AM Movement; and Mark and Elizabeth Clare Prophet. Their books
and teachings pave the way to help people recognize and champion
their divine identity. Much of the information on this website
was inspired by them, as well as by personal experience and
by mystics from all of the world's major spiritual traditions.
God there is no division. The duality of the earth plane yields
to the great oneness encountered by those who have had near-death
experiences. When your eyes and heart are set on this truth,
you will partake in the water of life promised by Jesus and
others who inspired many of the world's religions. In this spirit,
we invite you to visit these pages:
— Precepts of mysticism, spirituality of oneness
I AM God
— A map of your divinity, Christic and Buddhic potential
— Historical evidence that Jesus was a student of
the Buddha, who demonstrated Christhood for all
— Permanent reunion with God free from the wheel of rebirth
Voice in the Heart
Self-awareness expands, the concept of God as an outer deity
to be worshiped or appeased releases its grip. Arising in its
stead is new freedom, an intimate relationship with a still,
small voice. Like Thomas Kempis who wrote The Imitation
of Christ more than 500 years ago and Francis Bacon who
discovered the unfailing guidance of his heart, so will you
learn to engage the most profound inner dialogue between your
outer consciousness and your own Christ mind that ultimately
leads to Buddhic consciousness.
Passing Your Tests
path leading to Christhood and Buddhahood is a path of initiation
and testing, especially in a world that does not reward this
calling. At times, you will feel buoyant, uplifted and accelerated
in the joyous experience and bliss of divine union. At others,
you will feel empty, alone and unworthy as you navigate the
shadows where the sunrays of your own God presence have been
eclipsed. This is known as the dark night of the soul and the
dark night of the spirit. All saints have passed through this,
as did Jesus on the cross and Lord Buddha during his ministry.
key to this mystical journey is to find your inner light, to
expand it through love and to brighten life around you.
God with all our heart, soul and mind, keep on keeping on through
the ups and downs of life and honor your neighbor with good
works. In so doing, you will balance karma and fulfill your
specific mission, the divine plan or dharma that can only succeed
through you. Your reward lies beyond nirvana, unto your ascension—the
permanent reunion with God that Jesus, Elijah, Enoch and many
other Great Lights East and West so beautifully demonstrated.
not for a refuge in anyone besides yourselves.
And those, Ananda, who either now or after I am dead,
Shall be a lamp unto themselves,
Shall betake themselves as no external refuge,
But holding fast to the truth as their lamp,
Holding fast to the truth as their refuge,
Shall not look for refuge to anyone else besides themselves, It
is they who shall reach to the very topmost height .
—Sayings of the Buddha