Books of Interest
Teachings of the Great Brotherhood of Light by the Masters Kuthumi and Morya
Sanctus Germanus Prophecies Vol. 1 by the Amanuensis
Sanctus Germanus Prophecies Vol. 2 by the Amanuensis
Sanctus Germanus Prophecies Vol. 3 by the Amanuensis
Finding your Soul Mission
It is obvious that if the Sun ceases to exist, so will our physical world. Simply stated, the Sun gives us life. But many of us do not realize that the Sun penetrates our very being even more profoundly:
A life stream or spark of fire runs directly from the Sun through various planes and lodges itself in the pineal gland in each of our heads. This forms your soul or the "God within" which provides all the solutions to your life problems, if you will only ask.
This section is designed to show you how you can tap into the power, love, and knowledge your soul embodies.
You must make a conscious effort to contact your soul. Talk to it. Ask for its help. It will respond accordingly. This event has been included in your life's plan, the plan you agreed upon before you incarnated.
It should be obvious to you when this happens; you may feel an inner excitement, as if something that has been sleeping within you is waking up. You feel eager to follow the path your soul is suggesting.
The more contact you make with your soul, the more the soul will infuse your personality. What are the advantages?
How do you know you are in contact with your soul, and not with an astral entity posing as your soul?
What keeps you committed to your soul mission?
What holds you back or leads you off track?
Four Meditation Methods Leading Up to Soul Contact
Daily meditation opens the door to soul contact and deepens it.
Silence is the pre-requisite for any effort to meditate. No music. No TV or radio in the background. No voices. No extraneous noises from your surroundings.
Find a place that you can count on for silence, a sacred place that you can return to anytime to meditate. It could be in a corner of your bedroom, in the back yard, in a park or even in church! Sit on the floor, legs folded in a meditation position, or sit in a comfortable chair.
Be comfortable but not so that you fall asleep! Meditation is an active mental activity and nothing can be accomplished if you fall asleep.
Try to schedule a time each day to sit and meditate.
1. Analyze your own thinking (about two weeks):
Sit quietly and close your eyes. Almost immediately your mind will wander and thoughts will enter into your mind. Never mind. Just pull back and like a stranger sitting on the sidelines, watch these thoughts stream through your mind. Take note about these thoughts. Don't react to them. Being very detached, just watch these thoughts stream by. Do this each session for a few minutes to begin with, then build up to 10 minutes.
Watch your thinking for about two weeks in daily sessions of 10 minutes.
You will note that as time goes by, there will be fewer and fewer thoughts streaming through your mind and you will be at the threshold of gaining control of your thinking.
2. Concentrate on an object (one week):
Pick an object wherever you are meditating to concentrate on. It could be anything: a vase, lamp, cup, pencil, etc.
Sit quietly and close your eyes. Draw all your energy together and concentrate on the object for as long as you can. Other thoughts may stream into your mind. Don't mind them, just return to concentrating on the chosen object.
Keep doing this method until you can hold your concentration for about 5 to 10 minutes. If you succeed, you're doing fine. You are on the road to controlling your mind and not your mind controlling you.
3. Vacate the mind (the whole time):
Let us call this The Seven Breath Method. The objective is to take seven deep inhalations and exhalations during which time no extraneous thoughts will stream into your mind. If you can reach the seventh inhalation/exhalation of breath successfully without any thoughts in your mind (except for counting the breaths) you have made it! However, if extraneous thoughts creep in during your breathing, you must start all over again.
In the beginning, it is very common for thoughts to invade your breathing around the third inhalation. Start over again until you have inhaled and exhaled seven times without any interfering thoughts.
This method can be a lot of fun and quite satisfying once you've breathed in and out seven times without any thought intrusions.
You're now on your way to strong mind control.
4. In-breath Meditation:
Admittedly, this may be the most difficult because it opens the door to all the riches and advantages of soul contact.
1. Sit in a comfortable posture with your spine straight and erect. You may sit in the traditional yogi's meditation position or straight up in a comfortable chair.
2. Invoke the Violet Flame of Protection or read the Invocation of Protection on our website.
3. Begin to breathe deeply. Honor the breath that is yours to draw in and to exhale. And with each breath, one should realize that one is drawing in pure life and light.
4. As you breathe deeply, initially focus your attention in the head area, the top of the head in particular. Become aware of your own aura.
5. Then, become aware of your spine, the central beam of the temple of the body, the spinal column, that lovely dimensional doorway into inner space. Focus on the spine as you get used to the rhythm of the breath, as it goes in, as it goes out, and eventually release your attention on the breathing as it continues at the proper pace by itself.
6. Focus all attention on the spinal column itself, holding the attention there. Seek to visualize it as a tube of pure white light. This is your dimensional opening in the physical body to the other dimensions.
7. You must have the desire to go in it, the will to go into the dimensional portal. Will yourself to go in. It may feel like you're paddling a canoe upstream against the current, not unlike the salmon who doggedly keep swimming upstream against the current that keeps beating them back. But they don't stop. Use your will to go in, in, in.
8. In each session of meditation, at some point you may hit an inner foothold or landmark. You'll know what it is by the sheer experience of it. Even if you think you cannot go any deeper, keep trying nonetheless until you cannot go any further. At this point, stop and simply enjoy the inner surroundings.
9. Become aware of the inner atmosphere as the breath continues to inhale and exhale at its own steady pace.
10. Know yourself as you are, beyond thoughts, feelings, sensations and certainly your physical bodies. Every session will be a new adventure.
11. Come to know that part of you, the soul, that has never changed and shall never change, the part of you that is eternal. Seek to feel your own endlessness.
12. You should begin to see a slight glow in your head, even in a dark room; that will get brighter and brighter over time. This is an indication that you are approaching the soul, the God within, which is lodged in your pineal gland.
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