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Maha Chohan – Great Lord

17 May

As the Representative of the Holy Spirit, the Maha Chohan embodies the white light of all the rays and teaches the sevenfold balance of the rays of the Seven Mighty Elohim, which in turn manifest upon the brow of the initiate as a crown of crystal light when that God-mastery of the seven rays is reached.

The Maha Chohan is a very present help to all who call to him. Because of his pledge to all mankind “I am keeping the flame for you until you are able,” this truly Great Lord is called the Keeper of the Flame. He is the endower of Christ-mastery through the disciplines of right choice and right action—patterned after the eightfold path of Lord Gautama Buddha, which parallels the path taught and demonstrated by Jesus Christ.

These disciplines are accomplished through the mastery of free will, of the desires and the desire body, and of the path of the Sacred Heart and the Ruby Ray as the initiate balances the threefold flame and attains equilibrium in the white light of the seven rays in his chakras. Engaging in service to Community—the world body of Lightbearers—by the engagement of one’s forces, body, mind and soul, is the means to accomplish this goal.

Representative of the Holy Spirit

The Maha Chohan is the representative of the Holy Spirit. The one who holds this office in hierarchy represents the Holy Spirit of the Father-Mother God, of Alpha and Omega, to the evolutions of this planet and to the elemental kingdom. The retreat of the Maha Chohan, the Temple of Comfort, is located on the etheric plane with a focus in the physical at the island of Sri Lanka, where the flame of the Holy Spirit and the flame of Comfort are anchored. His twin flame is Pallas Athena, Goddess of Truth.

Maha Chohan means “Great Lord,” and the Maha Chohan is the Great Lord of the seven chohans, the director of the seven chohans of the rays. Among the qualifications for this office in hierarchy is the attainment of adeptship on each of the seven rays, which merge into the pure white light of the Holy Spirit. With the seven chohans, he initiates our souls in preparation to receive the nine gifts of the Holy Spirit, spoken of in the Bible, 1 Corinthians 12:4-11.

Since the Spirit of God infuses nature and man as the life-giving essence of the sacred fire, the representative of the Holy Spirit must be qualified to interpenetrate all substance through the diffusion of his consciousness and also to draw forth the flame that sustains life in man and nature through the focalization of his consciousness.

The element that corresponds to the flame of the Holy Spirit is oxygen. Without that element, neither man nor elemental life could continue their service. The consciousness of the Maha Chohan is, therefore, comparable to the Great Central Sun Magnet. He focuses the magnet upon the planet that draws to the earth the emanations from the sun that are required to sustain life.

The Power of the I AM Presence

Finally, the Maha Chohan prepares the Christed one for the empowerment by the Lord, the Mighty I AM Presence, of “the all power in heaven and in earth.” Conferred through Maitreya, this initiation was acclaimed by our Lord and Saviour when he gave the great commission to his disciples:

All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth. Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I AM with you alway, even unto the end of the world.

Initiations of the Seven Chakra through the Seven Chohans of the Rays

Truly, the key to Christhood through loving obedience to Father and Son is fulfilled in the disciple’s acceptance of Jesus’ calling to be a mediator of the Word and Work of the Lord. Mirroring His consciousness that all might see His reflected image, the disciple is readying himself to receive the chakra initiations of the Holy Spirit given by the hand of the Maha Chohan through the Seven Chohans according to the degrees of the seven rays.

These initiations are the measured steps and stages of the soul’s preparation to receive and put on the graces of the nine gifts—first as a bridal veil, her pure conception of the quality, virtue, and vibration of each gift, and then as the wedding garment, the full awareness and infilling of the flame of the gift and its application in her ministrations to life.
Dove of the Holy Spirit by Tiffany
The seven chohans acquaint her with the powers, principalities and angelic hosts of the nine gifts of the Holy Spirit as she diligently applies herself to the putting on of the graces, even as each gift bestowed is beautified by her special qualification of the rays.

While this training is taking place, the Maha Chohan strengthens the fibers of the spirit in his role as counselor, comforter and enlightener, laying firm foundations for the rainbow spheres to descend in concentric rings of Light, coalescing the aura of the causal body around the central sun of the heart chakra here below, as Above. Tenderly the Great Lord shows each bride of Christ how to fill in the rough places and make them plain for the mirroring of the Holy Spirit’s healing presence to all life.

And for those who have the understanding of the Inner Light (to use a Quaker term), we will say that the bestowal of the nine gifts is, by definition, the transfer of the initial matrix of the power of the three-times-three which the disciple must learn to wield, enhancing it through the balanced threefold flame and the science of the spoken Word.

The Maha Chohan is Present at Your Birth and Death

The Maha Chohan ministers to every person on earth as we enter this world and as we exit it. At the moment of that birth, he is present to breathe the breath of life into the body and to ignite the threefold flame that is lowered into manifestation in the secret chamber of the heart.

The Maha Chohan also attends at the transition called death, when he comes to withdraw the flame of life and to withdraw the holy breath. The flame, or divine spark, returns to the Holy Christ Self, and the soul, clothed in the etheric body, also returns to the level of the Holy Christ Self.

The Maha Chohan and the Flame of the Holy Spirit

Initiation: The chakras and the All Power in Heaven and in Earth
Gifts of the Holy Spirit: The Nine Gifts Multiplied by Free Will and the Threefold Flame
Retreat: Ceylon (Sri Lanka)
Vibration: White, Pink, Rose, Ruby, White-Fire Core of All Rays
Music: The radiation of the Maha Chohan is drawn through the musical composition Homing, by Arthur Salmon.
Gemstone: Diamond, Yellow Diamond, Topaz, Ruby, Rose Quartz, Pink Beryl, Pearl
Quality: Comfort Enlightenment. Breath of Life
Day: Liberator of the Sacred Fire of the Seven Rays/All Days

The Maha Chohan’s Previous Lifetimes

The Maha Chohan was embodied as the blind poet Homer, whose epic poems, the Iliad and the Odyssey, include his twin flame, Pallas Athena, as a central figure. The Iliad tells the story of the last year of the Trojan War, while the Odyssey focuses on the return home of Odysseus—one of the heroes of the Trojan War.

Historically, little is known about Homer, but most scholars believe he composed his poems in the eighth or ninth century BC. Even at that time, Homer attuned his consciousness with the comfort flame, and the radiance he sustained with the focus of his own heart flame was a great blessing to elemental life.

In his final embodiment as a shepherd in India, the light that he quietly drew forth kept the flame for millions of lifestreams. He gained his mastery by consecrating his four lower bodies as a chalice for the flame of the Holy Spirit and his consciousness as a step-down transformer for the emanations of Sanat Kumara, the Ancient of Days.

Awaken the Light Within and Change Yourself and Your World

The Maha Chohan will minister to you at every crossroad in life, if you will but pause for a moment when making decisions, think of the Holy Spirit and simply say the mantra, “Come, Holy Spirit, enlighten me.”


Compilación realizada por Lorena Lacaille.


Loving Words From Jesus.

15 Abr

For years, I’ve had many requests for a card deck devoted to Jesus Christ. I wanted to wait until I could create something that would honor him in the best light. Then, I finally had the pleasure of meeting Greg Olson, a gifted artist who painted Jesus in the way I saw him: loving, kind, and happy. In our new card deck Loving Words from Jesus you’ll see Greg’s paintings of Jesus in modern and biblical settings, with the dark hair and skin of his holy land culture.

Ever since I had a born-again encounter with Jesus at age 18, I’ve had a deep, personal relationship with him. I know Jesus as an unconditional loving teacher, guide, and healer. I seek his guidance when I’m writing or speaking to an audience and for my personal life. I realize that some people unfortunately associate Jesus with hurtful experiences with organized religion; or with guilt or fear; or with patriarchal male energy; or as a mythical compilation of ancient sun deities.

My prayer is that the Loving Words from Jesus card deck will uplift and heal these wounds. Jesus isn’t a religion, he’s real and present for all who ask. He helps and loves everyone equally who calls upon him without judgment. He is non-denominational and a loving guide to all. In fact, he is the hardest-working and most available ascended master of them all.

It’s wise to partner with Jesus for guidance, healing, and comfort, especially now with all of the uncertainty in the world. I sincerely believe that if everyone on this planet developed a personal relationship with Jesus, that this world would be the gentle place that we all pray for.

This is a meditation card deck, not an oracle card reading deck. For that reason, it doesn’t come with the traditional guidebook, as I was guided to keep the messages purely from the gospel writings. Instead, the words on the cards are meant to be meditated upon, for your inner guidance and personal connection with Jesus. These cards were created for you to meditate upon the profound words from the synoptic gospels of Matthew, Mark, John and Luke. Some people have told me that the cards have helped them to gain a closer connection to Jesus and God.

Let’s pull a card together and reflect on this loving message from Jesus.

“Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.” John 14:27

As we pull this card, let the words of Jesus sink in. He is the Comforter who is here to guide you. If you are worried or upset about something, Jesus wants you to let go of your fear and worry because He is always by your side. Let’s meditate on his words together. Dig deep inside you to feel what is bothering you, pin it down, accept it and exhale it out of your mind. Jesus loves you and knows that everything will work out for you with a little bit of faith. You’ll get through it together. Let Jesus support you and fill your heart with love.

Anytime you feel stressed, depressed or are just looking for spiritual guidance, pull one of these cards to receive loving words from Jesus. These cards are a great meditation tool and I hope you love them. Jesus is always with you and here to guide you.

I’m donating a part of the proceeds from these cards to the beautiful charity, Compassion International, which helps impoverished children to survive. Please visit their website at Compassion.com and see if sponsoring a child is right for you.

Here are a few more of my favorites.

“Ask and you shall receive, that your joy may be full.”

John 16:24

“Come unto me, all you that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

Matthew 11:28

“Forgive, and you shall be forgiven.”

Luke 6:37

Doreen Virtue – Loving Words from Jesus



27 Mar

Story by: Daniel Mitel

“What is not love is always fear, and nothing else.” (A Course In Miracles)

Years ago, I thought that compassion is just about giving food, money, clothes or anything that makes people happy and comfortable in their daily lives. Subsequently, I would give some part of my income to buy things for people and children in need, and animal shelters.

Around me people were speaking about empathy and care, countries promoted nonviolence and compassion. But inside my heart I felt that something was missing. I knew intuitively that this is not compassion.

In 1962, the books of British philosopher Bertrand Russell’s were banned in India by Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. Bertrand Russell reacted to India’s invasion and attack of Goa, and Nehru was obviously upset about it. Russell said, “Where is your compassion now? Your compassion was just political. You are all Ghandians, aren’t you? Your nonviolence was just political. You are talking about nonviolence but when the moment comes you become violent!”




It is a shame that Bertrand Russell was banned because he was right. He said to Nehru, “When others are fighting, you stand on your high altar and you condemn the whole world as violent. Where is your nonviolence now?”

So what is compassion? The Tibetan Masters told me that when we become aware that we are not just a body we will not be able to continue this life as it is and a different universe will arise within us; the universe of compassion, goodness and of unconditional love. Once we realize we are not a body, our whole world and our daily activities cease to exist.

I realized that the more we are inside of our daily activities, the more sensitive we become. The more sensitive we become, the more we feel compassion for all that is around us. Is it possible to be open to this world and not suffer? Is it possible to be insensitive, undisturbed by all the ugly things that happen each moment on this planet?

Years ago a very good friend was telling me how he felt hate coming out of him when he saw all the unjust and unfair acts surrounding him. This was at the time of his life when he would defend anyone needing his help. He asked me for assistance. I advised him to use his hate as a vehicle to move from the centre of his energy field and I taught him a Tibetan technique.

First he didn’t understand how to do the technique properly, but then, day by day he had moments when he was able to move to his inner centre. When he would feel the hate or the frustration coming, he would move all his intention and attention to the centre from where the frustration was coming from and not to the person who produced it.

Then one day he came to me with eyes shining like stars. A profound transformation had occurred inside of him. He was able to master the technique so well that whenever he felt anger coming he would be able to move to his centre and the only thing he would find there would be compassion. He made a profound discovery: hate and love, anger and happiness come from inside, from the same source! He became aware of himself. He became compassion. He said, “Now I understand what Jesus said by asking his disciples to turn the other cheek.”

When we are aware, any anger we have inside transforms into compassion. The anger that was our enemy suddenly becomes our friend. That’s what Shiva asked us to do: to be authentic, to be aware of our “false personas”, of our masks.

We have people all over the world talking about compassion, nonviolence, and love. But if we take a closer look at their lives, some of them are not aware of their violent nature. Is it possible to be violent in nonviolence? Yet, if we are trying to force others to be nonviolent that is in itself violence. That is the lack of compassion.

Buddha called it Compassion – when you help someone to grow and transform. I remember the famous story about the man who told Buddha, “I want to serve humanity. I feel deep compassion. Tell me how I can serve.” Buddha looked at him and said, “Where are you? Who will serve humanity? You are not you, yet. When you are, you don’t even need to ask me. Your acts will be compassion, in a natural way.”

So the first thing is to be present. The first thing is to be aware, not to be a mechanical thing, a robot. Then we don’t show compassion, we are compassion.

Beyond duality, beyond logic and reason, we became one with the Infinite Spirit. Buddha calls this state of being Compassion and Jesus calls it Love. And, there is something beyond this. There is another type of love: the Universal Love; the connection with the Infinite Source.


Daniel Mitel is a world traveler helping people understand their intimate connection to God. He started to teach Zen Meditation in 1981 and between 1981 and 1992 he was practicing “the spinal breathing” meditation; later he found out that, in fact, he did practice the Kriya Pranayama of Kriya Yoga Great Master Babaji. Since 1996, he is teaching worldwide Meditation Day Workshop and Heart Imagery Workshops. After couple of years spent in meditation in North of Tibet, in 1999, Daniel created “The School of the Heart”. Ten years later, in Toronto, he created “The School of Meditation”. Daniel is an Ambassador of Peace and Diplomat of Love in the Embassy of Peace.

Merry Christ-Mass!

17 Dic
Hello Dear Ones!
It is now the season for Christmas (Christ-Mass) and I want to talk to you about the meaning of Christ-Mass that I work with and love. It is the season to celebrate your own awakening to Christ consciousness. The birth of Jesus is like a symbol for our own re-birth into our true selves.
Jesus Christ came to this Earth for the purpose of  being a living example to each of us of what we can become. To be Divine example of to live impeccably and in complete morality and integrity. When He healed others, He was simply teaching us what is possible for us if we learn and grow and become fully enlightened and Christ Conscious.
We all have infinite possibilities about who we are and what we are becoming. One of the main things necessary to become Christ Conscious is to stop believing in all limitation. Yes, ALL! We must learn to love ourselves totally and to believe in our deservingness and self-worth. We must come to a level of knowing that we are just as sacred as anyone else in any dimension. We are our God/Goddess Self embodied for the purpose of learning and growing in a sequential manner. By doing this our learning is deeper than it could be by just being Higher-dimensional. 
The guides are reminding me and my students of this often, and telling me how grateful for all we are and the role we play in existence. They actually learn through what we learn in life. Everything we feel and do is a part of their revelation and expansion. So value your true self.
Celebrate your birth and re-birth as a Christed birthing and re-birthing. Celebrate the joy, love, and certainty of that with total faith. You are what you have always hoped to be. That is why you hope for it.
Also take time to see everyone in the same way: Christed Ones learning and growing and preparing for re-birth-whether they do it consciously at this time or not. Some day everyone will evolve to that Divine level of consciousness. And the world will live in Peace again and Unconditional Love for each other and for All That Is.
We are the One! Celebrate!!!
Merry Christ-Mass!