(From the teachings of Han-Su)
To see a thing is no more than the perception of a mind gazing out from itself and perceiving a surface on which to rest when none really exists. Even the light from the stars is unseen in the vastness of the great ocean of the deep until it touches a thing we call surface, and then it becomes. Continue reading
“Only those whose minds are Pure are equal to the labours of Renunciation.”(Narada)
Whether we be seeking to gradually unveil our true Individuality or Identity, and with a pristine Vision and profound Understanding, unveil the secrets of radiant Beauty and sacred Truth; these being securely hidden behind the dense screens of external Nature; free from any contact with the lower senses—and especially from the irreverent gaze of the materialist, the profane and the scoffer—or, whether we be intensely busy in the humdrum of the workaday world, fully occupied with the struggles of life, worldly duties, illnesses and other grievous conditions, as well as the negative conditions of our lower mind and body… it nevertheless comes as somewhat of a revelation to the novice, that these two opposite directions of energy and concentration are not mutually exclusive; for being opposite sides of the same coin, they go hand in hand! And one cannot be busy in one area without effecting the other—at times profoundly so. Continue reading
May I too, find favour in the sight of God by remembering the wisdom of my soul. That I might give voice to my inarticulate heart, which yearns to praise the Light in the darkness of its forgetfulness.
Thus may I approach Thee, in reverence and awe, Oh Ahura-Mazda, suppliant to Thy great Majesty, lest I should be consumed by Thy blazing Light!
Yet may I grow fair in the gardens of Thy Love, and promise Thee offerings of my harvested fruits; if the wisdom and understanding be mine, the planting is Thine, the nurturing and the ripening all Thine.
And may I marvel at the great Hierarchy under Thee.
For the highest Lords of Heaven, do radiate a cascade of golden blessings into the hearts of humble seekers adrift upon the seas, according to Thy Laws harmonious.
Oh God! May I worship and praise Thee, in contemplation of Thy endless mercies. Continue reading