Gods in the Making

Ye are gods, and all of you are children of the most high.
—Psalm 82:6

   The path of personal Christhood is based on the understanding that we are Gods in the making and that through the unfoldment of our divine vehicles, we become, increment by increment, God in manifestation. This is no idolatry of a personality-based religion. It is the full outpicturing of our spiritual nature, one body of God broken for the many. It is the fulfilling of the prophecy described in the book of Revelation (21:3), "Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men." The Jewish Kabbalists call this divine blueprint the body of Adam Kadmon, through which the light of the sefirot emanates.

    Above us is our Mighty I AM Presence and causal body, which the Buddhists identify as the Dharmakaya and the theosophists identify as the buddhic vehicle.All of the good that we have ever done in any lifetime is stored in here as God-mastery, good karma and "treasure stored in heaven" under the adjudication of our Mighty I AM Presence. Each sphere of color is a vibration and attribute of God. Yellow corresponds to good deeds of illuminatioin and wisdom. Pink corresponds to good deeds of love and creativity. Blue corresponds to good deeds of power, faith and good will. Green corresponds to good deeds of science, healing and truth. White corresponds to good deeds of purity and discipline. Purple and gold corresponds to good deeds of ministration and service. Violet corresponds to good deeds of freedom and transmutation. Those who are one with their Mighty I AM Presence in the outer world have achieved Buddhic consciousness.


    The next level of divinity more accessible to us is our Christ consciousness. Christos in Greek means "anointed," or "the anointed one." This level of divinity has been identified in many ways—as our Holy Christ Self, higher self or guardian angel; as the Son of God, the Hope of Glory, Kabbalah's Tiferet, the buddhist Sambokhaya, the hindu Krishna, and Theosophy's higher mental body. The Prophet Jeremiah described it as the "Lord our Righteousness," the still, small voice tutoring our soul and helping us to distinguish between good and evil. Jesus, who was one with his Christ Self, personally demonstrated the role of the mediator between God the Father, the Mighty I AM Presence and the human consciousness. He told us that we are all destined to follow in his footsteps and become Christed Sons and Daughters of God. This is what the Apostle John referred to when he said,

Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should become the sons of God:
therefore the world knoweth us not, because it knew him not.
Beloved, now are we the sons of God and it doth not yet appear what we shall be:
but we know that when he shall appear we shall be like him;
for we shall see him as he is.
— 1 John

    The level of divinity closest to us resides within our heart, and specifically within the secret chamber of the heart, where God has placed his spark of life, the threefold flame of love, wisdom and power. Many mystics have entered this place that Saint Teresa of Avila called "The Interior Castle" and buddhists call the "Atman." Here, God manifests as above so below. Just as the drop of sea water contains all of the element of the ocean, so this divine spark contains all of the attributes of God, for us to expand through the proper use of free will.

I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.
—Phil. 3:13

     The energy of God released to us each day from our Mighty I AM Presence enters our heart through a cord of light known as the crystal cord. From here, it flows through our seven chakras, or energy centers, and then on to 144 points of light on the body used in acupuncture. Each chakra anchors a specific vibration of God, which corresponds to certain qualities. The more we express these qualities in our lives, the more of God's energy can be focused therein.

     Our crown chakra, at the top of our head, receives and transmits divine wisdom and illumination. It is through this chakra that a child receives the sacrament of baptism.

    Our third eye chakra, at the top of our brow, receives and transmits divine vision, healing and precipitation. It is through this chakra that we can receive clairvoyance if it is God's will and timing.


    Our throat chakra, in the center of our throat receives and transmits divine power, faith and will. It is through this chakra that we intone the divine Word in speech, mantras, fiats and song.

    Our heart chakra, in the center of our chest, receives and transmits divine love, caring and creativity. It is through this chakra that we give and receive love.

    Next to our heart chakra lies the secret chamber of the heart chakra, where the presence of God abides in us as the threefold flame of divine love, wisdom and power. Through this chakra we become one with Alpha and Omega.


    Our solar plexus chakra, over our belly, receives and transmits divine peace and the power of the sun. It is through this chakra that we are intended to minister to life with a peace commanding presence.

    Our seat of the soul chakra, over our navel, is where our soul resides until it can rise to the secret chamber of the heart and ultimately, the third eye. This chakra receives and transmits the qualities of soul freedom and forgiveness through the violet flame.


    Our base of the spine chakra, over our tail bone, is where the fount of Mother Light resides, also known as the kundalini. It is through this chakra that we are intended to receive and transmit God's purity for the gentle raising of the Mother Light within us, in preparation for our ascension.

    We also have five secret ray chakras in our hands, feet, and over our spleen. These points correspond to where Jesus was pierced on the cross. Through these five points, saints like Padre Pio and Therese Neumann have received the stigmata (wounds of Christ). With conscious devotion and diligent application, great light can emanate from your five secret ray chakras for the purpose of healing and blessing life.

Christ has no body now on earth but yours, no hands but yours, no feet but yours.
Yours are the eyes through which his compassion is to look out to the world.
Yours are the feet with which he is to do good.
And yours are the hands with which he is to bless us now.

—Saint Teresa of Avila

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