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from The Human Aura by Kuthumi and Djwal Kul via Messengers M and E Prophet, for moresee http://books.google.com/books?id=eiXcwl69cNEC&printsec=frontcover&dq=editions:igWBxIwsV7sC&hl=en&sa=X&ei=EMhrVPblJ8WyoQTLpYL4DQ&ved=0CB0Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q&f=false

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Men ought not to remain burdened by the inward sense of guilt or nonfulfillment that the suppression of truth often brings.   -Kuthumi:  chapter 10 of The Human Aura

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I, viii, 3.  By keeping the aura clear help the messengers to reach you.  –Leaves of Morya’s Garden 1925

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And those who have squandered the light and the teaching and the efforts of the Messengers–they can stay and watch the holocaust and the cataclysm and the desecration of life that will surely come, surely as it came on Mu and Atlantis, surely as it came to the ancient civilizations where I kept the flame if there is not a greater response forthcoming from the lightbearers.   -Saint Germain:  3-7-1976 at La Tourelle, Colorado Springs, see http://books.google.com/books?id=BF-VyyXgwxAC&pg=PA234&dq=clare+prophet+desecration&hl=en&sa=X&ei=sORrVILYBpb6oQS344KgCA&ved=0CFAQ6AEwCDgK#v=onepage&q=clare%20prophet%20desecration&f=false

Atlantean Priestess by Norman Thomas Miller
Atlantean Priestess by Norman Thomas Miller

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“Once four friends in the course of a walk saw a place enclosed by a wall.  The wall was very high.  They all became eager to know what was inside.  One of them climbed to the top of the wall.  What he saw on looking inside made him speechless with wonder.  He only cried, ‘Ah! Ah!’ and dropped in.  He could not give any information about what he saw.  The others, too, climbed the wall, uttered the same cry, ‘Ah! Ah!’, and jumped in.  Now who could tell what was inside?

“Sages like Jadabharata and Dattatreya, after realizing Brahman, could not describe It.  A man’s ‘I’ completely disappears when he goes into samādhi after attaining the Knowledge of Brahman.  That is why Ramprasad sang, addressing his mind:  If you should find the task too hard, Call upon Ramprasad for help.

“The mind must completely merge itself in Knowledge.  But that is not enough.  ‘Ramprasad’, that is, the principle of  ‘I’, must vanish too.  Then alone does one get the Knowledge of Brahman.”     -Ramakrishna:  6-18-1883, http://www.belurmath.org/gospel/chapter12.htm

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