MESSAGES FROM SHREE VASANT
FROM INTUITIVE GUIDANCE
Fanning the Fire of Love in the heart with the Agnihotra.
Up to a point, you choose your mental state of joy or sadness. Therefore, be careful what you have in your mind now and especially before bedtime.
To think, we have these questions:
1) How would you like to be remembered after leaving this world:
a) as someone sad, plunged in pain?
b) as someone happy, full of joy?
2) If you were a dad or a mom, how would you like people to remember your child:
a) as a poor being, weak and suffering?
b) as a powerful being, strong and full of joy?
You can choose to see Jesus hanging on a cross or sitting, sharing his love with his disciples and devotees.
The practice of the Fivefold Path (Yagnya, Daana, Tapa, Karma, and Swadhyaaya) can help us realize the state of "Christ Consciousness" within us.
Maybe God wants to see us happy, but you choose. By the way, God is within you.
OM CHRIST OM
OM SHREE OM
Yes, Yes, Yes, More Swadhyaya. Christmas is synonymous to the birth of Jesus, the Christ. It is said that Jesus was born in a barn (of cattle?) And that from an early age, he showed special qualities. According to some researchers from the Dead Sea Manuscripts or The Qumran Rolls, it is said that He was part of the Essenes group, where John the Baptist was a Master. But it is unknown what happened for 18 years, from 12 to 30 years of age. Some researchers suggest that Jesus was in India and other regions of the East. The truth is that his life was an example of Unconditional Love for God and Neighbors. He is remembered for his miracles, wisdom, parables, his kindness and the way he gave his life to redeem a humanity lost in vices.
The Bible recounts an impeccable behavior of Jesus, a life full of virtues, a way back to the Divine Home, a way of Communing with God.
Thus, his memory makes Jesus live in our hearts. Therefore, we can conclude that his death on the cross does not exist and that the immortality of Jesus the Christ is a fact. "I am the Light, the Truth and the Life."
But how to remember or revive it in us?
Well, Spiritual Scientists and Saints they tell us that:
– Mind is creative
– that we have a free will to use it for good or evil.
– that we will reap what we sow
– that our thoughts and mental images become words, actions and deeds here and beyond.