This post is from El Morya’s November 28, 1958 Pearl of Wisdom Vol. 1 No. 16. From the windows of my retreat here in Darjeeling I have a beautiful view of the scintillating Himalayan snows upon the crests of the majestic peaks nearby; and yet because of the temperate climate, it is possible to view the parade of the four seasons through the year. And so, as I look out upon the beauties of Nature that surround my lovely home on every side, I often think of you, individually and collectively, as you experience Nature’s variation of expression, climatic or
This post is an excerpt from the the 1966 Pearl of Wisdom Vol. 9 No. 11 by El Morya. The winnowing of the soul may present elements of uncomfortability to the aspirant, but the rewards exceed by such a weight of glory all slight inconveniences and delays that men should prepare for a resurrection from dead works as a mother anticipates with joy an incoming child. The effect of unconscious moods must be studied. The mind in a groove or a rut may adopt itself to a mode of complacency, thus ignoring the need to change the mind. The pull
Can one ascend and descend in isolation? Truly, no being can act without affecting his surroundings. Not only does he stir up the various layers of the atmosphere with each action, but he literally drags his near ones with him. Man must learn his responsibility towards the Universe. Beyond the range of one’s conscious thought, flows a constant unconscious interaction, embracing wide circles, limited by the law of karma, and the affinity of auras.