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Safety in God, our heavenly parents

There is no greater happiness than to feel at least once in our life like a true child of God. At least once to experience feeling safe in the bosom of the Eternal, in our primal purity and innocence. In order one day to be able to know this state of consciousness, we must undertake a great work with light, to bring light and purity into all the dark recesses of our psychic life.

If we seek to identify more and more with our higher self, with our spirit, we will one day remember what we once were in the distant past when we still lived in God. And so we will gradually feel regenerated , back in favour, the son or daughter of our heavenly father. Only our spirit is truly innocent, and by doing all we can to get closer to it we will regain our original innocence.

Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov

The master gave an interesting and very helpful commentary on the words of Jesus- ‘Unless you become as little children you cannot enter the kingdom of God’.  Jesus was referring to the fact that children trust their parents and allow themselves to be guided by them. In the same way, spiritual aspirants need to put their trust in God. Paradoxically, it is when we try to live independently from God, trusting instead in our limited human intellect, that we are less mature from a spiritual point of view. SJJ

Only those who understand, first and foremost, that they are a child of the heavenly Father and the divine Mother can progress on the path of initiation. They do not reason like these so-called philosophers or scientists who find the idea of God absurd, out-of-date and believe they are being intelligent and showing a free mind by leaving God, in order to live an independent life away from him. They think, ‘To be a son of God, a daughter of God what nonsense! We are adults.’ Well, no, they are not adults but recalcitrant children. The true adult, in the initiatic sense, never leaves his celestial parents to seek independence. Only unconscious, ignorant children demand independence and freedom far from the Lord. And then they wonder why they suffer, both physically and psychically. This is not hard to understand; when someone separates from God, they are no longer nourished, protected, supported or educated. All those who have left their divine parents are beset by troubles and distress. So, embrace your celestial Father and Mother, and trust them wholeheartedly.

Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov

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