WITH SOULS OF AGITATED, POLARIZED AND FEARFUL HUMANS…
ONE DOES NOT STICK HAND OR NOSE OR VERBAL SANITY
INTO A NEST OF ANGRY, FEARFUL & WETIKO--POSSESSED
WASPS OR VIPERS..
AGAIN AND AGAIN
“THESE WILD ONES”*
REMINDS OF THIS ABSOLUTE
THE SILENCE OF AKASHA TAO CORE
AN ORIGINAL ONE INVISIBLE
TO FEAR-FILLED ONES
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in a way that brought heaven to earth.
He became part of the great mystery,
the unity, and the oneness
that awakens the heart from a deep sleep
to reveal the divine truth of who we are.
and the Word was with God,
and the Word was God”
is a powerful metaphor
alluding to the great silence
rather than spoken words.
It was a process unfolding in silence
or a divine decree that manifested in a creative result.
This is an indication that the divine power,
or the power of creativity,
is a profound intention arising from silence.
flows from the word of life itself.
the depth of the silence of pure intention.
and not in the words
that are derived from the rational mind.
Every word evolves from silence,
every sound proceeds from silence,
and every thing that is created
has originated from silence.
All become the living word of life itself.
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here is website for Rassouli...
I'm talking about the kind of shelter
that lets you get in touch with your deepest Self,
especially at times when you feel lost or overwhelmed.
First, it should help you feel safe, even protected.
Second, it should help you feel safe, even protected.
it helps you stay connected to your center,
to peace, or to the feeling
that other human beings share your concerns.
your place of refuge can restore your soul.
as a kind of cocoon,
where you retreat
to do the sort of self-examination
that leads to inner change.
"the breath inside the breath."
that it is always closer than you think.
And notice that as you get accustomed
to taking refuge in Presence,
you feel more grounded
and at ease in the world.
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"THESE WILD PEOPLE...."
These wild people call the Masters, “The Men from the Sun,” and when the Masters go among them for the prisoners they do not resist. We were also told that the masters had made a number of attempts to reach these wild people but these attempts had come to naught because of the fear in which the people held them. It is said that if the Masters do go among them, the snow men will not eat or sleep, but stay in the open night and day, so great is their fear. These people have lost all contact with civilization, even forgetting that they had ever contacted other races or that they are the descendants from them, so far have they separated themselves from others.
We were able to get Emil and Jast to say but little about this strange wild tribe, nor could we influence them to take us to them. When we questioned, the only comment was, “They are God’s children, the same as we are,
only they have lived so long
in hatred and fear of their fellow-men
they have so developed the hatred and fear faculty
that they have isolated themselves from their fellow men
to such an extent
that they have completely forgotten
they are descendants of the human family,
think themselves the wild creatures they appear to be.”
“They have gone on in this way
until they have even lost the instinct of the wild creatures,
for the wild creature knows by instinct
when a human being loves it
and it will respond to that love.”
“All we can say is that man brings forth that which he gazes upon and separates himself from God and man,
and in this way he can go lower than the animal.”
“It would serve no purpose to take you among them. It would instead, harm those people. We are in hopes some day to find some one among them who will be receptive to our teaching and in this way reach them all.”
LIFE AND TEACHINGS OF THE MASTERS OF THE FAR EAST v.1
Baird T. Spalding