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Saturday, September 15, 2007

Celestial Light

Breathing is not simply this process through which living beings absorb and expel air. Breathing also allows us to inhale and exhale light. Practice this exercise: inhale as you focus your mind on attracting light and then exhale concentrating on projecting this light onto your organs and your cells. Inhale again, in the same way, and exhale. Very soon you will begin to sense the beneficial effect of this exercise; you will feel relaxed, at peace.
Through moral stories, the idea is to present the greatness of the humanity.
And once you have attracted light towards you, once you have inhaled it, you can imagine you are exhaling it to bestow it upon the entire world. This second exercise should of course only be undertaken when you have practiced the first many times and have replaced many of your dull and sickly particles with particles of light. You must first feel that this work of transformation and purification is beginning to bear fruit before you can begin to give to others this light you have received within you. This work with light is also symbolized by the Hebrew letter Aleph. Aleph is the initiate who takes the celestial light, divine life, to give it to
Moral stories can improve your moral values.
--Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov

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