Wednesday, June 1, 2016

yet all of one Spirit in the endeavor not to spill the chalice.

404.  Each one by himself, each in his own way yet all of one Spirit in the endeavor not to spill the chalice.     -Leaves of Morya's Garden 1924

50.  Each endeavor may be fulfilled in three ways--through external muscular exertion, outwardly through a nerve center, or through the heart's fiery energy.  If the first effort is animal, the second is human and the third is of the subtle world.  The third effort could be utilized much more frequently if people could consciously apply the concept of the heart and Fire.  But unfortunately this tension arises only in exceptional cases.  Naturally when a mother saves her child she acts beyond earthly conditions.  When a hero dedicates himself to the salvation of mankind he multiplies his strength tenfold.     -M:  Fiery World 1933

243.  Remember that energy may be urgently needed for some selfless endeavor, and forces that have been dissipated cannot be speedily gathered.  The dark enemies will not miss the opportunity to strike a weak spot, and the moment may come when all one's forces will be urgently needed.      -M:  Supermundane 1, 1938
  Understand, beloved hearts, that we can only do so much.  The rest is up to you.  For your taking dominion over the earth God has provided the raw materials--a science, a mathematics, even a religion from ancient times.  Thus the equation of man against the backdrop of the unknown is not realistic, for his backdrop is known.  Within his being--and as we have vested in certain places of the Earth certain individuals and organizations with our sponsorship over the centuries--there has always been, whether from within or without, the means for the individual to conquer himself and his environment and to find his way out of the dilemma of time and space. 
  Earth is not a sealed casket, beloved.  Therefore understand that the postponement by the people of Earth and even the children of God of so great an opportunity in the face of such an oncoming darkness is tragic indeed.  Each and every day we examine by the computers available to us what adjustments we must make in the will of God according to that day’s neglect of the divine plan by embodied humanity.  As the days and weeks and years and decades and centuries pass one can see that humanity has forfeited great blessings.  They have bypassed not only their divinity but a golden-age order and that which has been envisioned by Saint Germain for America.  His plan is in great jeopardy in this hour.             -Morya:  6-23-1985 at RTR, Montana

-in Prayer & Meditation, 1978

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