It does not matter that the outer self has captured a glimpse of the world in turmoil

IMG_7514 2.JPG     The mountain of Being stands before all….the gift of Himself is the marvel of ever beholding reality in the timeless now.

The serenity of the flame of Peace is upon man.  It does not matter that the outer self has captured a glimpse of the world in turmoil.  Now the new serenity, the ever-new bliss of the presence of the splendor of God—a shining unto the Self—is expressing the light of the mountain.  And above the hills in the trackless air the wonder of eternal progression is made manifest.

Man is no longer a creature to be flaunted, to be darkened, to adhere to the vibratory action of the world.  His is the expression of the divine banner unfurled from the mountains.  His is accomplishment, his is the splendor of Being and the splendor of seeing.  A vision of the mountains brings to every man a sense of the greatness of himself, the greatness of the Eternal.  These are one.           -Maitreya:  Pearls of Wisdom 13:40

images copy.jpeg   Resurrection-flame-thoughtform.jpgIMG_8499.JPG-Maitreya; resurrection flame enfolding the physical heart; Amitabha Buddha in Prayer & Meditaion, 1978 IMG_2999.JPG

III, v, 7.  The construction of large cities ought to be cautiously planned.       –Leaves of Morya’s Garden 1925

244.  Plato in his Republic and Aristotle in his Politics had in mind organized societies of intelligent co-workers and did not tolerate tyrants, hypocrites or swindlers.  It is impossible to imagine a strong state consisting of hypocrites and swindlers.  Hypocrisy is incompatible with the highest beliefs and knowledge, and a false foundation will serve only a false structure.      -Morya:  Supermundane 1, 1938


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