Erle Frayne D. Argonza / Ra
Magandang gabi! Good evening!
Dusk now rapidly approaches as I write this piece. Each twilight that passes forebodes the crashing of the old world and old selves and the coming of the ascension of the galaxy, universes and our new selves.
At this moment, let me clarify a question about the level of awareness that a seeker ought to set as target. A lady seeker did ask me this question, if she could become a spiritual master someday as the end-goal of the lessons in the Path, which I answered in the affirmative.
Without exception, all seekers that I handle—both here on the physical plane and Above (astral and etheric planes)—are clarified that the Teaching seeks to propel one to metamorphose to nirvana consciousness in the long run. Nirvana is the 5th plane, the first plane among three (3) spiritual planes, and that’s the minimum awareness that a seeker should target in the long run.
Awakening of one’s own nirvanic consciousness means one becomes a Master of Wisdom. This is just the minimum target, to repeat. As one reaches this awareness level, one must go on till the Christ awareness or mahaparanirvana awareness is reached, enabling the aspirant to mutate to an Ascended Master or Christed One.
And that’s not the end of the line. The aspirant, now turned Christed One, should go on in the journey, be bestowed with tasks appurtenant to a Christed One, until sometime in the long run the same aspirant metamorphoses to an Avatar upon the awakening of his/her monad or God-self.
At the inception of the set of lessons, dubbed simply as the Teaching, I make it clear to the seeker that the awareness climb shall in no way fixate the person to the psychic or 5th density level. That level is too low, and it is regressive for a seeker to move to that level more so if s/he had already reached the level of 6th density (genius).
“One seeker must set his/her focus on Trikuti,” said a swami of the Radha Soami order. Set your eyes, dear Seeker, on the nirvanic goal, strive for no other minimum goal than nirvana, and practice the tools handed over to you by your teacher. Don’t ever be remiss in practicing the tools, don’t ever make the mistake of practicing some and junking others (most specially that of deprogramming vices and building virtues), for no one can reach nirvana with an imbalanced practice of the Teaching.
Your Teacher will diligently help you through, by healing your subtle bodies, detoxifying your dense chakras and subtle bodies, zealously guarding you against Evil Masters with his/her own Being (you will come under his/her aura thus shielding you from harmful attacks), taking off some veils in your psyche, and taking a part of your karmas along the way.
Resist every bad attitude, balance off your imbalanced psyche (if you suffer from psychological disorder ailment), resist every messianic delusion of saving others (save yourself most of all and stop thinking of saving your relatives or friends as they have their respective Guides that does the task of ‘saving’), focus on your attainment practices. Along the way, you will see both dark and light veils drop off your inner vision, thus enabling you to perceive realities you have never imagined to see before.
Nirvana, the level that makes one a master of wisdom, is again the minimum goal that one must focus on in the Path. Yes, you can become a master should you persevere and diligently practice the complete set of tools given out to you by your Teacher or guru.
[Philippines, 16 July 2010]
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