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Love is the Law
Council 2
The Second Ray of Love and Wisdom
.Love under Will.
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This Council governs Love, Wisdom, blueprints, the cube, empowerment, healing,
and the stylized spiritual traditions, such as
Dzogchen, Taoism,
Vaishnavism, Zen, Crazy Wisdom, Contrarianism,
which are classified under the White Unicorn title: Balance

This column is primarily presented in a Tibetan format

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The Love concept is fairly simple: You come from infinity, where you were originally everything,
into time-space, where you are still everything, but you probably don't remember it.

As soon as you are born, you start to develop a sense of a separate, individual self.
We know it as "ego." The stronger the ego becomes, the less awareness we have of our intimate connection with everything and everyone else.
Until, one day, we finally come to suspect that something is missing,
and we have to ask ourself, "Who am I?"

Then, Synchronicity and the Attractive Principle work together to put us into a situation where our original "oneness" with everything can be realized.

Getting back to our original consciousness is called "Accomplishing the Great Work."
Becoming one with everything else is called, "Samadhi."
These are essentially the same thing.

The Love that is spoken of is called "Universal Love," or "Unconditional Love." It is said that "Love is the Law - Love under Will." This indicates that right action must first be taken, then cosmic consciousness will follow.

When we are "at one" with everything, our consciousness tracks perfectly in thought, word and deed. This is neither cleverness, nor understanding, nor intuition.

It is Wisdom.


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Council number Two is governed by the second ray of Love and Wisdom.
This is a synthetic ray, thus it deals with the resolution of duality.
In particular, it gives rise to education and healing.

This ray displays the colors azure blue and electric gold as they descend through the causal aura onto the crown of the head in those who incarnate under its influence.

If imbalance is to be avoided, hese two colors need to be equal . Too much blue (the common imbalance) produces an over-critical attitude, while too much gold results in ineffective optimism.

Among individuals, this is the rarest of all the rays - which is somewhat surprising when we consider that our entire solar system is a manifestation of the second ray. It appears, occasionally, in prophets, avatars, and similar cosmic messengers.

In terms of government, this ray represents the Department of State,
with its Ambassadors and Diplomats.

The ceremonial structure of the diplomatic corps is found in the seventh ray,
but the messenger is riding the second ray.
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The following 2.0 is not a cubit.
This sub-band details the senior Logoic Officers of the Planetary Hierarchy
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2.0 ..The Planetary Logos. . . The Ancient of Days

This is the primary consciousness that sustains planetary form and sentience.

Sanat Kumara is the name given to the focal point of planetary consciousness. He is also known as The Lord of the World, The Ancient of Days, and The One Initiator.

He is revered in Hinduism as one of the seven sons of Brahma, who are portrayed as youths who have remained pure. The Sanskrit name Sanat Kumara means "always a youth."

In southern India, he is known by the name of Subramanya, which means "Dear to the Brahmans." Every village, even the smallest, has a temple or shrine to Subramanya.

Sanat Kumara is of the Hierarchy of Venus. During earth's darkest hour (17 million years ago), the Kumaras came here to maintain the threefold flame of Life on behalf of earth's people.

It is said that four hundred Venusians formed the avant-garde that went ahead of him to build the magnificent retreat of Shamballa on an island in the Gobi Sea, where we now find the Gobi Desert.

Sanat Kumara resided in this physical retreat, but he never took on a dense physical body. Later, it became expedient for Shamballa, the wondrous retreat that once was dense-physical, be withdrawn to etheric levels.
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Notice of Uncertainty of Factual Appellations
.All names assigned to any of these lofty positions are indicative and personified, but not necessarily the truth of the matter.
.It is the state that these luminaries are associated with that matters.
The names and personalities are subject to glamour.

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2.1.The Star . . The Bodhisattva

The leader of the 2nd Council holds the title of Bodhisattva. He is the spiritual head of the planetary hierarchy, and is known as The Teacher of Angels and Men. This implies a fusion of the human and devic (angelic) evolutions.

This ashram is symbolized by Sirius, the triple star system.

Within an individual, this is the centered (aligned) Seat of Consciousness or Assemblage Point of the human energy field. Any "off-centerness in the position of this focal point gives rise to phenomena (such as awareness of a separate self and the joy of daily living).


.In the East,
he is known as
The Bodhisattva.

In the West,
he is called
The Christ.

It is said that he overshadowed the legend and life of Jesus.

.Traditionally, this position has been said to be held by the Lord Maitreya.

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However, recent rumors indicate that Maitreya has moved upward and outward into the realm of the Nirmanakaya, and the position of Bodhisattva is now held by his student and disciple, the Master Kuthumi, who was originally known to us as Koot Hoomi.
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Waiver of Factual Truth
.All names assigned to any of these lofty positions are indicative and personified, but not necessarily the truth of the matter.
.It is the state that these luminaries represent that matters. The names and personalities are subject to glamour.

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The Punjabi, Thakar Singh Sandhanwalia, 1837-1887, was an officer of the Golden Temple. He was the prototype for Helena P. Blavatsky's Koot Hoomi.

An endless line of Theosophical successors and derivatives, including Annie Besant, A.P. Sinnett, Alice A. Bailey, Elizabeth Clare Prophet, and Muriel Isis Dorner, to name just a few, were then able to communicate with, and "channel," these fictitious, immortal Masters of Wisdom.
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This is where we see the compliment of ashram 1.1 - The Point, which is not extended in any direction. Here, The Star becomes "Light in Extension," but still without form.

 

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REFERENCE

. see: Sirus A, B, and C
see also: "The Bodhisattva"
see also: Ain Soph Aur

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THE TASK

. In order to fulfill the goal of this ashram ...

Radiate energy equally in all directions.

This cubit 2.1, The Star, must equilibrate with 6.7, the Devotee.
This will connect
Circuit 2.1/6.7,
wherein Shiva overshadows his lowest Disciple.
.This is the realization of Bhakti Yoga.

.CONNECT HERE WITH CIRCUIT 6.7
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2.2 The Matrix. . .Cosmic Cube

This ashram preserves a model of The Plan for the evolution, involution, and preservation of consciousness ... in individuals, groups, and systems.

This is the first manifestation of the offset Assemblage Point in the cosmic energy field. It lays out a framework and allows manifestation and perception of The Matrix.

This is duality in the subatomic realm. It is the introduction of the holographic Matrix (apparent "Reality"), which is an illusion ... but a persistent one.

Lord Vishnu, regarded as a major deity in Indian mythology, is the preserver of the universe, while the two other major Hindu gods, Brahma and Shiva, are respectively regarded as the creator and the destroyer of the universe.

Vishnu is described as the all-pervading essence of all beings, the master of the past, present, and future. He supports, sustains and governs the Universe.

He is described as being the color of dark-blue clouds, four-armed, holding a lotus, a mace, a conch, and a wheel. He has a Universal Form, which is beyond the ordinary limits of human sense perception.

Vishnu's avatars are ten in number. Nine of these avatars or "incarnations" have previously occurred, with one is still to come - at the end of Kali Yuga, the age of moral decline in which we now live.

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The Cosmic Cube


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This ashram holds the prototype blueprint called Megatron.
This is the prototype of the 7x7 Grid,
which is found in mental format at cubit 5.6, QBL.

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REFERENCE

. see: The Divine Plan
see also: "Narayana"
see also: "The Matrix" - the movie

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THE TASK

. In order to fulfill the goal of this ashram ...

Tune in to the greater plan before making lesser decisions.

This cubit 2.2, The Matrix, must equilibrate with 6.6, the Yogi.
This will connect
Circuit 2.2/6.6,
wherein Narayana overshadows the Practitioner of Union.
.This is the realization of The Plan.

.CONNECT HERE WITH CIRCUIT 6.6
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2.3 Wang . . .The Initiator

This is the ashram of Empowerment and Initiation.

This cubit empowers the Transmission of the 2.1 Star energy to any of the other ashrams.

Here is the Officer-guardian of Wang [empowerment] consciousness, processes, and procedures.

The ability to transmit higher consciousness.

The sanctuary of the concepts of Applied Empowerment and Instant Initiation.

Amazing grace in its simplest form.

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Madame Blavatsky introduced Djwhal Khul, and Alice Bailey claimed to have channeled him.

Sardar Dayal Singh Majithia was an Indian banker and activist in progressive and social reform measures, in Punjab. He established The Tribune newspaper in Lahore in 1881, and was the founding chairman of The Punjab National Bank, established in 1894.

He is attributed to this ashram.
.He was The Tibetan, Djwhal Khul.
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The Theory of Empowerment

The physical body is built upon the etheric vehicle, which is a network made up of Nadis (lines of force). The etheric vehicle is the "blueprint" that governs how our physical bodies are built, how they function (including healing and repair), and how we physically appear.

Where two Nadis cross, we have an acupuncture point; where seven Nadis meet, we find a plexus; where twelve or more Nadis intersect, we find a chakra (center).

Each Nadi, or line of force, is composed of five filaments that are like fiber-optic strands. The filaments in most people are clogged, sluggish, and sporadically conductive. An empowerment attunes and clears these filaments in order to conduct a full flow of energy in a reliable, repeatable manner.
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REFERENCE

. see: Legends of Krishna
see also: "Mahasiddha"
see also: "Vajrayana"

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THE TASK

. In order to fulfill the goal of this ashram ...

Direct Transmission.

This cubit 2.3, Wang, must equilibrate with 6.5, Dhyana.
This will connect
Circuit 2.3/6.5,
wherein a Star transmission empowers the Meditator.
.This is the direct expression of higher consciousness.

.CONNECT HERE WITH CIRCUIT 6.5
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2.4 The System . . .Prototype

This ashram houses the essential pattern, outline, or prototype of various initiatory and empowerment systems.

The ability to "lock-in" permanent change is discovered and applied.

Empowerments and true initiatory events cause one to undergo a permanent, expansive alteration in consciousness.
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There is neither a religious belief system nor spiritual dogma involved,
although assorted beliefs and dogmas are usually overlaid upon the experience.

Many systems have been transmitted for aeons through an unbroken lineage of Lamas and Grand Masters who have accessed the cosmic energies of the Star.

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."Lock it in!.".

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REFERENCE

. see: Alice Bailey, Initiation Human & Solar
see also: http://www.angelfire.com/ca7/astrum/sss.htm
see also: Alexandra David-Neel, Magic and Mystery in Tibet

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THE TASK

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Lock-in is a function of Will or Intent.

This cubit 2.4, The System, must equilibrate with 6.4, The Guru.
This will connect
Circuit 2.4/6.4,
wherein the Power of Change is perceived by the Teacher.
.This is the permanent transfer of higher consciousness.

.CONNECT HERE WITH CIRCUIT 6.4
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2.5 The Link . . .Transfiguration

This is the ashram of the Sannyasin.

There is really only one, actual Inner Order, common to all systems of development. It resides on the causal plane.

Sannyasa is a stage or state for men or women, usually in the later years of their life, but young brahmacharis have the choice to skip the householder and retirement stages, renouncing worldly and materialistic pursuits, and dedicating their lives to spiritual pursuits.

Sannyasa is a form of asceticism. It is marked by renunciation of material desires and prejudices, and adopting a state of disinterest and detachment from material life. After that, one spends the remainder of one's life in a peaceful, love-inspired, simple, spiritual life

This ashram is open to those who have worked extensively with the outer realm enough to sense its glamour, and whose lives have been transformed thereby.

But a Sannyasi is not necessarily a reclusive ascetic.
It is a state of mind, one that is necessary to operate upon the causal plane.

Within the world brotherhood of the Sannyasin, most are lone wanderers.
Others live in monasteries, and some are "normally" married with families.
This ashram does not actually require abandonment of possessions and kin,
but it does require that one be "in the world, but not of it."

A Sannyasi is the guardian of his or her personal system, immersed in it constantly,
freed from worldly considerations and distractions, and able to perform work
and to attend worship at the same time in unbroken continuity.

By virue of his or her continuity,
the sannyasi is
transfigured
and becomes radiant in glory.

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REFERENCE

. see: Siddhartha - the movie
see also: Siddhartha - the book by Herman Hesse
see also: "Transfiguration" (Bible)

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THE TASK

. In order to fulfill the goal of this ashram ...

Follow the impersonal energetic lineage back to the source.

This cubit 2.5, The Link, must equilibrate with 6.3, The Sat Guru.
This will connect
Circuit 2.5/6.3,
wherein unattached Sannyasin are uplifted by the universal presence.
.This is the gateway to Liberation.

.CONNECT HERE WITH CIRCUIT 6.3
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2.6 The Abbot . . . Sanctuary on the Mental Plane

This ashram is situated on the highest sub-planes of the kama-manas (personality) realm. It provides a stable reference point on the lower mental plane. Simply put, it is only as effective as one's dharana (concentration).

After climbing to the heights of this monastery on the inner planes, the Abbot or Abbess deals with withdrawal from the senses (pratyahara), concentration (dharana), and control of the desire-mind.
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In the external world, an Abbot or Abbess is the head of an Abbey or a Monastery or some form of an Outer Order - the actual title will vary with the culture and the language.

You must climb the mountain twice: Once by day and once by night ...
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REFERENCE

. see: Lobsang Rampa, The Third Eye

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THE TASK

. In order to fulfill the goal of this ashram ...

... and on the second ascent, you must bring someone with you.

This cubit 2.6, The Abbot, must equilibrate with 6.2, The Chohan.
This will connect
Circuit 2.6/6.2,
wherein the withdrawn meditator is energized by the Ray Lord.
.This is the process of Inspiration.

.CONNECT HERE WITH CIRCUIT 6.2
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2.7 The Healer . . .The Practitioner

This ashram is composed of the spiritual counselors and the energetic health-care practitioners. Licensed physicians may be admitted.

Energetic Practitioners promote health ("Wellness" these days).
They do not treat/cure/heal "disease" unless they have an Establishment healthcare license.

This is just a simple, legal definition..

Practitioners with an Establishment spiritual license (minister, priest, shaman, etc) can always cast out demons.
This is the same as "healing.".

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The Mechanism of Healing

Healing energy is directed through the following four mechanisms
(plus the One Essential Quality):

Intention - Thought - Vision - Pointing + Non-attachment
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Intention is a form of Will. Intention precedes, gives rise to, and governs the procedures.

Thought is pure, focused consciousness - it is an expression of the Mind.
"Energy follows thought."

Energy also follows the Vision, and vision governs the direction
and strength of projected energy.

Physically Pointing directs the energy.

The Essential Quality is Non-attachment.

Non-attachment is the ultimate Key to healing,
the application of energy through non-doing.

This is known as, "Being unattached from the result."
For the best result, it is required in the healer.

Inauspiciously, this ashram promotes conflict with the (medical) Establishment.

Auspiciously, this ashram promotes a prosperous healing practice.

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The requirements for successful energetic healing also apply to
the proper practice of the Martial Arts.

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REFERENCE

. see: Energetic Healing
see also: "Reiki"

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THE TASK

. In order to fulfill the goal of this ashram ...

Remain unattached to the result.

This cubit 2.7, The Healer, must equilibrate with 6.1, The Mahachohan.
This will connect
Circuit 2.7/6.1,
wherein the healer or martial artist performs in harmony with the Logos.
.This is the art of doing without effort.

.CONNECT HERE WITH CIRCUIT 6.1
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Architecture

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The second ray gives rise to Buddhism,
whose upturned-roof-cornered temples catch and
shoo away malignant demons.


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Architectural . Sub-level . . . .


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