The Great Invocation is known as the “Invocation for Power and Light” in the archives of the Masters. In these archives, it has a symbol beside it which indicates the era or period it can be used, the Tibetan tells us. “It is interesting to us,” he adds, “that the evolution of humanity is in line with the indicated timing.”
From the point of Light
Within the Mind of God,
Let light stream forth into the minds of men.
Let Light descend on Earth.
From the point of Love
Within the Heart of God
Let love stream forth into the hearts of men.
May Love increase on Earth.
From the Center
Where the Will of God is known
Let purpose guide our wills
the purpose which the Masters know and serve.
From the center which we call Humanity
Let the Plan of Love and Light work out
And may it seal the door where evil dwells.
Let Light and Love and Power
Restore the Plan on Earth.
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No one can tell, when two people walk closely together, what unconscious communication one mind may have with another” ~Robert Barr
ESPTelepathy is an extra-sensorial power developed by the human mind. It is also present in many other living creatures. It can be defined as the ability to communicate information from one mind to another, without the use of additional tools such as body language or speech.
Telepathy is considered as a kind of mystical perception, and often is associated with different paranormal phenomena such as clairvoyance and precognition. It is important to highlight, however, the fact that even though there has been a considerable amount of evidence and scientific experimentation on telepathy, the scientific community does not accept this as a natural power of the human mind.
The energy levels that the human mind is capable of producing, through the scientific perspective, are shown to be somewhat insufficient to allow the information to be transmitted. So how does it happen?
Telepathy is not a modern phenomenon. There are a very few references about these extra-ordinary capabilities in ancient cultures along with some other paranormal abilities. One of these is the Bible, where there are many mentions of super–human aptitudes (see: http://humanityhealing.net/2010/08/subtle-bodies-and-the-bible/ ).
Telepathy is an occurrence that may be spontaneous or experimental. Experimental telepathy occurs in the case of clairvoyance, where there was no conscious transmitting agent to which the receiver appears to catch the mental content from.
One often hears of a close telepathic communication between twins, or between intense caring relationships as parents and children. Feelings of strong emotion, such as panic from imminent danger, can travel between the parties and are excellent conductors of telepathic transmission. Moreover, the distance to the telepathy is not an obstacle between the transmitter nor to the receiver. They can take up a trip telepathic and we usually name this astral travel.
The study of telepathy is considered by the scientific community as a sort of pseudo-science, and most of the critics who are against such research say that telepathy does not have adequate scientific rigor. We cannot fail to mention the fact that just as there are some people who have developed the power of telepathy, there is also evidence of false telepaths. Many times, the desire or the need to want to communicate through telepathy has such power, the person believes autosuggestion. The problem can even be considered bigger as it so happens to many people with schizophrenia, who often have the false feeling of being in telepathic communication with others. It is important to understand that in this particular case, the sender and recipient are the same person.
Developing extra-sensorial perception skills such as telepathy can, for some people, be very simple; while for others, it turns into a fairly complex adventure. When we talk about how to develop telepathy, we must first realize that we do not have the limitation of time and space, since the brain does not perceives impediment. Besides, we do have a multidimensional nature in essence.
One of the most common exercises of telepathy is carried out with the Zener cards. There are 25 cards and the telepathy exercise begins with the extraction of these letters. By chance, the person performing the action has 5 chances of hitting the pull letters: a 20% chance. Learning telepathy allows us to capture the thoughts of different people who are far from us and through the improving of this “spiritual skill” we can communicate beneficially and harmlessly.
To know how to develop telepathy, it is necessary above all to know what our “Manipura Chakra is. This chakra is located above the navel and is related to the solar plexus telepathy. Kicking off telepathy exercises, experts recommend finding a comfortable chair and relax deeply and imagine our radiation, all in the solar plexus. To learn Telepathy requires a lot of concentration and the meanders of the connections that exist between body and mind. When you reach a point of readiness, vocalize the letter U.
Walking within the garden of his heart, the pupil suddenly came upon the Master, and was glad, for he had but just finished a task in His service which he hastened to lay at His feet.
“See, Master,” said he, “this is done; now give me other teaching to do.”
The Master looked upon him sadly yet indulgently, as one might upon a child which cannot understand.
“There are already many to teach intellectual conceptions of the Truth,” he replied. “Thinkest thou to serve best by adding thyself to their number?”
The pupil was perplexed.
“Ought we not to proclaim the Truth from the very housetops, until the whole world shall have heard?” he asked.
“Then the whole world will surely accept it.”
“Nay,” replied the Master, “the Truth is not of the intellect, but of the heart. See!”
The pupil looked, and saw the Truth as though it were a White Light, flooding the whole earth; yet none reaching the green and living plants which so sorely needed its rays, because of dense layers of clouds intervening.
“The clouds are the human intellect,” said the Master. “Look again.”
Intently gazing, the pupil saw here and there faint rifts in the clouds, through which the Light struggled in broken, feeble beams. Each rift was caused by a little vortex of vibrations, and looking down through the openings thus made the pupil perceived that each vortex had its origin in a human heart.
Only by adding to and enlarging the rifts will the Light ever reach the earth,” said the Master. “Is it best, then, to pour out more Light upon the clouds, or to establish a vortex of heart force? The latter thou must accomplish unseen and unnoticed, and even unthanked. The former will bring thee praise and notice among men. Both are necessary: both are Our work; but – the rifts are so few! Art strong enough to forego the praise and make of thyself a heart center of pure impersonal force?”
The pupil sighed, for it was a sore question.
Once upon a time there was a King who offered a prize to the artist who was able to capture in a painting the concept of Profound Peace.
Many artists presented their screens and artwork.
The King watched and admired all the paintings, but there were only two he really liked and he had to choose between the two.
The first was a very quiet lake. This lake was a perfect mirror reflecting the placid mountains that surrounded it. On them lay a paradise very faint blue with white clouds.
Everyone who looked at this painting thought it reflected Profound Peace.
The second picture had mountains too. But these were rugged and were stripped of vegetation. On them was a stormy Paradise from which rushed a heavy downpour with lightning and thunder. It rumbled down the mountain in a torrent of foamy water. In all this was revealed nothing peaceful.
But when the King looked more closely, he saw behind the waterfall there was a bush growing in a crack in the rock. In this bush there lay a nest. There, amid the din of violent turbulence of the water, was a bird sitting placidly on her nest in deep … peace!
The King chose the second screen and said: “Peace does not mean to be in a place without noise, without problems, without hard work or to perform free of aches and temptations of the incarnation.
Peace means that despite being in the midst of all this, we remain calm and confident in our Sacred Heart Sanctuary. There we will find true Peace deep in silent meditation.”
From Inner Sanctum to Celestial Sanctum
The act of prayer is no doubt a sacred act of the spirit. It is in itself a spiritual practice and a ministry for many. When you pray for someone, you are standing in agreement with the higher good of that individual. When you pray with someone you are merging energies and intentions, and sending them back to the internal and external realms of manifestation. There is incredible influence in Intentional Prayers. Intentional Prayers are known to be Invisible Acts of Power.
Contrary of what most people would think, to pray is hard work, because it is part of a consistent spiritual practice: in other words, if you are intending to pray connected with the pure energy of your soul. It is hard work because it is much more than mere repetition of words, as repetitions can be just destitute of meaning or intention.
Some repetitive prayers can function as mantras and they can be used as powerful instruments when they are aligned with visualization and sharpened even further with the command of a strong intention. A rightful prayer cannot ever be seen as a bargaining point with Divinity, but it is certainly the first step of an open dialogue.
The Temple of the Heart
But without Divine Love the power is dead… Only a soul transformed with Love can become wise! Only the spiritual heart is capable of walking completely the entire Path of Cognition of the Creator without stumbling — and of merging into the Divine Essence which controls the Universe! ~ Pythagoras
One of the ways to build and lead a meaningful and sacred life is to develop the internal Temple of the Heart, and realize all your lovingly decrees, launching of intentions and your ritualistic prayers from that inner sanctum. The Temple of the Heart is a permanent holy place with ever expanding capabilities. It is where we truly connect with the radiant Light energy of the Heart of God. This Light not only gives and maintains our physical life, but also direct us to learn and to practice the great Law of Creation which is pure and unconditional Love, in all aspects of life. Only when we realize and understand this Law, are we able to comprehend the Alpha (the principle, the beginning) and the Omega (the end result) of Creation. Through the connection of the heart, we are able to realize we were never separated from Source, since the Divine Creator of All never lost the connection with any aspect of Creation. Love is not only the creative impulse for God, or Divine Source, but also the element that unifies all of the diverse Creation.
Our challenge in living in the world of duality is to equip ourselves with the means to syntonize with the cosmic harmony and translate its rays and vibrations into frequencies that can be apprehended and used by our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual bodies. Many of the Ageless Wisdom teachings guide us into the practices that facilitate the integration of these positive energies. They are not new to men. These frequencies are not limited to time, space or set of beliefs. They can only be limited by our personal abilities to understand its amplitude.
The linking between a human heart fully awakened and the heart of the Divine Source to All comprise what we would call as the Celestial Sanctum.
The Celestial Sanctum is an elevated plane of consciousness, and it is accessible to those that partake of the same vibrational level of consciousness with the Divine Mind, or Heart, through a philosophical or mystical ideal, through a sincere vow to service to others and foremost, through the developing of the Temple of the Heart. The Celestial Sanctum can be understood as a sanctuary of purification and refinement for your Soul, undoubtedly a place where revelation and enlightenment can occur, because it connects the Soul, through human experience, in perfect resonance with the Supreme Universal Source.
The principal the Harmlessness is very close to the Hindu concept of Ahimsa. Ahimsa is a religious-ethical principle adopted presently in Hinduism, but widely accepted by Jainism and Buddhism. Ahimsa is the constant rejection of violence and absolute respect for all life: non-violence is inspired by universal love.
Ahimsa is therefore a waiver of any intention to kill or injury, to input suffering to another by cause of violence. Ahimsa is the opposite of selfishness, hence is absolute love, purity and straight action. Ahimsa is nonviolence in thought, word and deeds. Ahimsa can be expressed by the respect for the ideas of others, or respect for all religions, schools of thoughts, sects, organizations, and the respect for other’s spiritual sovereignty and freedom to live their lives.
But, through the observation of these two concepts, one has to query, when is it correct to interfere in someone’s else life in order to help them, meaning when is it righteously our deed to do, and when it can only aggravate the karmic load of the other, stealing the opportunity of the karmic learning experience? But how one distinguishes the limits of these situations and not incur in a personal karmic overload when just genuinely trying to help?
Harmlessness is a view that does not limit itself through the general intention of “not harm”, to vow itself to adhere be a code of non-violence, but also means to not accept any fruits of violence, meaning not engaging in commercial activities that cause direct or indirect suffering to other sentient beings, either actuality using diamonds from Congo, for example, or either accepting animal-based food, that causes suffering and death of innocent lives. To embody true harmlessness, one has to be rid of everything that can maculate its purity principles. Harmlessness or ahimsa also rejects violent principals as entertainment, such as allowing oneself to accept the banalization that violent movies bring to our immediate reality. His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, regards the acceptance of the trivialization of violence as passive evil and warns us that prolonged exposure to viciousness can damage the core of our soul.
But harmlessness has also to be practiced in our normal daily interaction with others. In these occasions, we do not tend to keep mindful of our opinions, judgments or thoughts and its repercussions on other’s lives. If we create an impact as a result of our actions in someone’s life that is adverse, the negative effect will also weight on us. Even if the action or thought were motivated by good intentions, but the end result end up being undesirable, we still altered a path and somewhat overruled the weaving of the circumstances: hence the old adage, “The way to hell is paved with good intentions”.
A spiritual activist, or world server, should keep in mind one’s own responsibilities and limitations with the same vivacity they should also consider other’s sovereignty. In no circumstances should one forget the limitation on acting upon other’s problems and challenges. By no means judge this article as an apologetic essay on Non-action, but just the opposite, we promote action with consciousness, with awareness. To exemplify this, remember how one of the precepts of the Healing Code of Ethics: the energetic healer is allowed to take the pain, but never overrule or take away the lesson which is manifested through the painful situation.
A true spiritual activist differs greatly from an individual that professes to be a simply a humanitarian per se. The difference mainly resides not in the actions that both may come to perform, but in the underlining intent that engenders the call for action. Both may assist the emergency needs of others, but only the Spiritual Activist will act with the purpose to empower the helped being to take charge on his situation and create change in his life; therefore keeping him aligned with the purpose of his soul and not affecting his karmic contracts. Spiritually, the intention is to bring a hand up, not a hand out. Ideally, spiritual activists can be seen as facilitator of life transforming experiences. To illustrate this thought, we share the Sufi tale of the Seventeen Camels.
The Seventeen Camels
Once upon a time that was a compassionate and wise merchant that owned seventeen camels. Despite of his good relations to many prominent members of his town, the camels were all his had as his prized possession. When he died he left behind three sons.
In his will, he wrote expressed orders that his valuable property should be divided as follows:
He bestowed 1/2 of his property to his eldest son, 1/3 of his property to his second son and 1/9 of his property to his youngest son.
The sons were in a predicament wondering how to divide seventeen camels into one-half, one-third and one-ninth parts. They decided to visit another merchant, a very successful business man to ask for his interpretation on their dilemma. The man looked at the will and said that he was sure the father meant camel meat instead of the camels themselves. He suggested them to slaughter the camels and divide the meat among themselves. They were not satisfied by his answer.
They continue to ponder and then they decided to visit yet another of their father’s friend. The young man, also a merchant, suggested them to sale the camels and to share among themselves the sum of money from the sale. The three sons were not content with his answer either and decided to leave.
Feeling that they were running out of options, they decided to visit an old holy wise man said to live outside of the city walls, to ask for his insight and advice.
The old sage patiently heard the story with half of his eyes closed. After they finished, the old man finally spoke:
“I am on old man; I only have one possession which is my own camel. Even needing it for my daily activities, I will gladly give it to the three of you. “
“Add my camel to yours and now how many camels do you have?”
“Eighteen camels,” they all said.
“Good,” the Wise Man said.
He looked at the eldest son and said, “Your share is half the total camels – half of eighteen works out to be nine – so take your nine camels and go.”
Then he looked at the second son, “Your share is one third the total camels – one third of eighteen works out to be six – so take your six camels.”
Finally he looked at the youngest son, “Your share is one ninth the total camels – one ninth of eighteen works out to be two – so take your two camels.”
When finally the youngest son took his share of two camels, the old wise man asked the three of them at the same time. “Now that you all resolve this problem without dishonoring the will of your late father, I will ask you a favor. One camel was left behind, I am old and weak, may I take the last camel that happens to be the one I gifted you. The three sons agreed gladly and gave the wise man his camel.
The Wise Man took his camel, having successfully divided the seventeen camels amongst the three sons as per the share decreed in their father’s will, diverting what could have been a pit of karmic resentment among the brothers.
Being the Owner of your Own Life
The concept of sovereignty may be well known when it is applied to the realms of a government, or to territorial dominions of a state or a country, but it is less known as a spiritual concept that permeates one of the fundamental birth-rights into the human experience: the right to be a sovereign being.
To be sovereign is to be able to withhold consciously the responsibility from your own acts through the expressing of the many aspects of the uniqueness of your Soul and the realities that you are helping co-create. It is one of the most valuable concepts that precede the efforts of the path of Self-Mastery. It does not, however, affirm an individual’s superiority in reference to another being, but reinforces your right to have your experiences and to consciously limit the interference of others into your reality, both internal and external.
All souls come with a life program and a series of life contracts to be played out in the current lifetime. The contracts are as diverse as the roles we have programmed to play as individuals on this planet. One may have chosen to play the simultaneous roles of a mother, sister, daughter, granddaughter, wife, friend etc. Every contract comes with particular aspects to be worked out, but despite their differences, none can overrule one’s sovereignty as an individual, or interfere in his freewill.
Spiritual Sovereignty is not a divisive concept. It is one that reinforces the right to your individuality. The interesting aspect to be mentioned is that as we are not separated from Source, and ultimately an extension of “God’s life”, we are still autonomous; not separated per se, but autonomous in the selection of quality and intensity of our life experiences.
“If grass grows and withers, it can only mean that it is part of a greater thing, which is even more real; not that the grass is less real than it looks. St. Thomas (Aquinas) has a really logical right to say, in the words of the modern mystic, A. E.: “I begin by the grass to be bound again to the Lord.” ~ G.K. Chesterton, Saint Thomas Aquinas
This is a very important point, because the Divine Source has allowed you to come into existence in a dimensional matrix of duality to play your Life Plan using the gift of free will. God has consigned your soul with the authority to create your life experiences according to the thoughts and beliefs you have in your mind.
In this same thought, you are responsible for the quality of your life experiences. Nothing is predetermined to a point where you are stripped from your personal Divine power and transformed into a being that flows on the ebb tide of destiny. To be sovereign is to be free. It is important in the process to affirm your sovereignty so that you develop a watchful attitude to identify the demands of your Ego, because to be completely free, one must realize what they are NOT. But freedom is also recognizing the interference of other beings in your energy field, limiting you in your potential, intentions and life purpose.
Origin and Meaning
Let us not pray to be sheltered from dangers but to be fearless when facing them.
In Christian mysticism, the phrase or the Latin motto Ora et Labora reads in full: “Ora et labora, Deus adest son has”. (Pray and work, God is there (ie: God helps without delay.) The pray and work (or “pray and labor“), refers to the monastic practice of working and praying, generally associated with its use in the Rule of St. Benedict.
St. Benedict of Nursia viewed prayer and work as spiritual partners, and believed in combining contemplation with action. The phrase expresses the need to balance prayer and work in hermetic settings and has been used in many religious communities from the Middle Ages onwards. Although the motto “Ora et Labora” applies as a way of life at all Benedictine monasteries up to this day, it is not explicitly elaborated in the rules of life of the Benedictine Order, the Regula Benedicts, which was written by the founder of the Benedictines, St. Benedict.
The German meaning of the Latin verb laborare is: work, suffer, or make an effort to be in trouble and toil.
Ora et Labora thus represents the belief that the path to godhood ultimately can be achieved through prayers and hard work.
Some orders such as the Cistercians, a very stern monastic order, have applied the concept of Ora et Labora directly to farm work and became an element in the movement towards land reclamation agricultural development in Western Europe. The emphasis of Cistercian life is on manual labor and self-sufficiency, and many abbeys have traditionally supported themselves through activities such as agriculture and brewing ales.
In mystical terms, Ora et Labora reflects a spiritual work ethic that is required from someone that is trailing the many paths of the transcendent journey. Every path is sacred, and deserves not only mindfulness and focus but also effort. Contemplation, one of the many aspects of the meditative work, requires attention and concentration in the pursuit of the refinement of the mind, to reach a one point concentrated mind, without closing it from the connection and the universal overflow of unlimited possibilities.
In modern times, the Ora et Labora is a way of living, where constant prayer is a permanent reflection of gratitude and connection with the Universe, the pure concept of Oneness and reverence for the sacredness of all things.
There are many schools of thoughts besides the ones adopted by the religious orders that utilize the principals of Ora et Labora. An example is the working ethics behind the Fourth Way from George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff, and later developed by his disciple, Piotr Demianovich Ouspensky.
Gurdjieff was an Armenian-Greek who grew up at the end of the nineteenth century in a pre-modern environment where the ancient world still prevailed. He developed an alternative spiritual way of living that “inspired” his students to practice their transcendent nature but also required of them manual labor, in order to keep the body aligned with the works of Spirit.
This Master of Ancient Wisdom believed that every individual that allows himself to become a seeker has a purpose, and this purpose can manifest itself though an internal mission and also an external one, which would require physical/ material preparation to be fully accomplished.
“The system is waiting for workers. There is no statement and no thought in it which would not require and admit further development and elaboration. But there are great difficulties in the way of training people for this work, since an ordinary intellectual study of the system is quite insufficient; and there are very few people who agree to other methods of study who are at the same time capable of working by these methods.” ~ Piotr Demianovich Ouspensky, the Fourth Way.
 Latin verb Labor 1 means: do / suffer / suffer from / talking, exerting yourself
 . Benedict contributed more than anyone else to the rise of monasticism in the West. His Rule was the foundational document for thousands of religious communities in the middle ages.
 Or Imperative: Labora
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A belief commonly prevails that December 25th, celebrated as Christmas, brings to a close the spiritual festival of the mid- winter solstitial season. This is not true. It only marks the beginning or the entrance upon a period of deep significance. That period is the twelve-day interval between Christmas and Twelfth Night, days which embrace the spiritual heart of the year to follow. These twelve days have been very aptly termed the year’s Holy of Holies.
This work is designed for serious students of the Christian Mysteries, to assist them in placing themselves in more complete attunement with the twelve zodiacal forces released upon the earth during this time.
Every one of the twelve Holy Days is under the direct supervision of one of the twelve zodiacal Hierarchies, each one of which projects over the planet a cosmic pattern of the world as it will be when the combined work of the Hierarchies has been completed. Also, the twelve Disciples are correlated with these twelve Holy Days, as are the twelve spiritual centers through which the twelve forces operate in man’s body-temple.
Every earnest student will, therefore, make use of this sacred period for visualizing the perfected work of the Hierarchies, in meditation upon the life and work of the Disciples, and in directing the spiritual radiations from the Hierarchies through the inner centers in his body to which they are attuned. If he is faithful and persists year after year in this high endeavor, he cannot fail to receive compensation in the form of great spiritual unfoldment.
From the time of the Winter Solstice when the Christ light enters the heart of earth, the planet is swept by powerful solstitial radiations which continue, though somewhat abated, through- out the twelve Holy Days. Many and wondrous are the inner plane activities during this time. The early Christian Church concluded its esoteric ministry on the mystical Twelfth Night with the Rite of Baptism, one of its highest Initiations. Modern neophytes who have earned illumination know that it is then possible to enter into communion with divine Beings and the Lord of Light. It was such an experience that inspired St. John’s Gospel, frequently designated the “Gospel of Love.”
In the outer darkness of the present historical era man has largely lost contact with the Christ light and these days of spirit- renewing. By the travail of Soul through which he is now passing, he is destined to find them again and to make them a vital part of his daily life and his yearly consecration. May this work serve him to that end.
This information is taken from the work of Corinne Heline, New Age Bible Interpretation, Vol. VII Mystery of the Christos: The Twelve Holy Days. ISBN 0-933963-07-6
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The term “new group of world servers” was coined in the 1930s by British writer and teacher who worked in cooperation with Tibetan teacher Djwhal Khul to bring forth a series of twenty volumes of esoteric philosophy. This group is a product of this time in planetary history, which is said to be the most important in the long history of life on Earth.
The opportunity standing before this group is great in that it provides a link, or bridge, between the world of subjective reality and the outer world of form–between humanity and the Kingdom of God. There is a divine Plan for our planet; we are not following an uncharted course. But for many years this Plan has been interrupted by the separatism, selfishness and materialism of many people.
This condition has created an interruption within the flow of spiritual life and a disruption within the working out of the Plan. Now we are reaching a critical mass wherein a sufficient number of people are awakening to the need to restore a balance in our world that comes out upon the side of spiritual values–broadly defined as a recognition of the oneness of Humanity and all life forms. This group is not concerned with and has no outer affiliation but is rather a loose subjective grouping, across all the many fields of human endeavor. The purpose of the group is fourfold:
1. to hold the vision before humanity, for without vision the people perish
2. to synthesize and integrate all constructive activity as a demonstration of the
3. Glory of the One
4. to free the prisoners of the planet
5. to to work in the interludes, so keeping the Plan progressing
The World Servers
DECEMBER 21 – 28, 2012
As the consciousness of humanity evolves, new spiritual energies become available for use in service. Every seven years this group receives a powerful subjective/spiritual stimulation. There is widespread recognition of this in the popular attention given to the beginning of a new cycle of the Mayan calendar in December 2012.
Alice Bailey describes a cycle of energies flowing into humanity every seven years during the week December 21 – 28. These energies augment and empower the energies naturally coming through the constellation Capricorn, initiating humanity into greater light. There will be a full moon on December 28 this year, creating an especially potent combination of energies.
Following on from the Festival week seven years ago, we have seen great political, social, and economic upheavals, alongside inspiring leadership from members of the New Group of World Servers. Examples include the Occupy Movement, the Arab Spring and the on-going focus, with varying success, on achieving the UN Millennium Development Goals and creating a new green economy in response to climate change and resource depletion.
A BRIDGE OF SOULS & SERVERS
In the outer world the presence of the New Group of World Servers can be seen in every movement bringing the awareness of oneness into expression in human affairs.
Yet at a deeper level the Group is a potent field of mind and heart qualified by purposeful, loving energies. It is from this viewpoint that we can see the Group as a living bridge of souls and servers.
In consciousness the New Group of World Servers reflects and bridges into higher realms of love and light and purpose. All cultures honor Great Ones on the inner side of life, Beings of Spiritual Compassion and Wisdom. It is again time to call on these sources of limitless love for inspiration and guidance as we work with creativity and joy to fulfill our human responsibilities in the birthing of an outer world that reflects the beauty and magnificence of that which lies within.
FIVE O’CLOCK LINK UP
May the Power of the one Life pour through the group of all true servers.
May the Love of the one Soul characterize the lives of all who seek to aid the Great Ones.
May I fulfill my part in the one Work through self- forgetfulness, harmlessness and right speech.
HOW CAN I PARTICIPATE?
At a time when there is a popular movement envisioning the birth of a new humanity, many groups around the world will be observing the Festival Week with meditations and events designed to radiate the power of love and goodwill throughout the network of all true servers. To participate, you can:
Use the mantram of the New Group of World servers at 5PM local time every day during the Week;
Arrange meetings in your area to celebrate the work of the Group, and support their work through meditation.
This 5 o’clock Link Up and the article on the World Servers was shared by our friends at SouledOut.org
The 2012 – World Servers Festival Week video was shared by Justin Wilkinson