The story of Saint George and the dragon

The story of Saint George and the dragon (representing the not-Self in confrontation to the rising spires of the Christ and Mother) symbolizes the work that the soul must accomplish when faced with this challenge….Another key to overcoming the dweller-on-the-threshold  (or animal nature or carnal mind)i s the relationship with the master, the spiritual teacher, known in the East as Guru.                -Messengers M and El Prophet:  The Enemy Within, 2004, pp. 2-4

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Remember the ancient encounter.  For I have been your brother on many occasion, and in each succeeding incarnation we have shared our souls have moved together to pluck the star of the divine light and to pluck the harp of the heart of Maitreya.  Disciples of Maitreya are we          hqdefault copy 3.jpg -Kuthumi:  ibid., p. 6   (portrait by Schmiechen, 1884)

0fa39fb023ef993aabdb7654525678f6.jpg    images copy.jpeg -Elizabeth Clare Prophet; Maitreya

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