The panaceas that have accompanied the age have had one purpose: to divert the consciousness of the sons and daughters of God from the track of spiritual discovery. Man should understand that his consciousness is his point of contact with the Real Self. Therefore those who interfere with the orderly unfoldment of the precious flower of identity and its innate beauty are literally defrauding man of his birthright and his noble inheritance–the mind of Christ. They and their methods should be exposed as the archenemies of righteousness and of every man’s freedom….
As a matter of fact ugliness came about as a result of a contest to see who could create the most novel forms in contrast to what seemed to them to be the sterile environment of the Presence. Beloved ones, sterility never has been and never could be a part of reality….
It is enough then for the individual to understand that he has the choice either of creating according to the divine plan in the perfection and limitless beauty of God or creating according to the darkened concepts that lead from life unto death….Viewed through a finite lens change may not be significant, but through the divine lens the finest aspects of change come into focus. Truly beauty is in the eye of the beholder; but the transcendent nature of consciousness is the highest gift. -Paul the Venetian: Pearls of Wisdom 13:43
Man should first of all develop the habit of infiring himself with determination, becoming thereby a literal spark-plug of cosmic identification….Is God able? Then man is able….Beloved ones, do not allow yourselves to be seized with the mass consciousness of self-deprecation and fear, for these energy patterns are the result of the returning cycle of man’s inhumanity to man, the result of his failure to recognize the plan. -Saint Germain: Pearl 13:44
31. Our appearances are prompted by particular circumstances and are not of long duration. Places can be found in nature where the currents of decay are not as strong (as in cities). In France and in England there are forests near the cities in which there is enough of the pure air that is indispensable to us. You must not be surprised that even our concentrated energy needs pure air. However you must not think that we are not strong enough to withstand the emanations of crowds. Truly we can concentrate our energy to a tremendous degree, but co-measurement and caution must be maintained in everything. -M: Supermundane 1, 1938
possibly Paul the Venetian’s Chateau de Liberte in southern France–this called Chateau d’Aubenas (below that is College of Siskiyous and a rock outcropping in N. California):