How masters powerfully support us.
Are there real master healers who can heal everything? Who can move on earth free from physical laws? Who are immortal?
Yes, and there are more of them active on this wonderful earth than we might think. I have not met any master directly yet. However, we can learn from them even without direct contact. For example, through numerous books that make their light power and wisdom transparent.
Some highly recommended books I present here. They can reveal to us an amazing expansion of consciousness. Nothing is impossible. At least not for those brothers and sisters who have achieved outstanding mastery in their spiritual development.
Did not Jesus say: "Follow me and you will do even greater works than I" ?
- The masters in the Himalayas
- Being free in unconditional love
- Immortality and eternal youth
- The masters in our midst
- Spiritual Master Teachers
- Boundless healing power
- Serving the All-One
- Invisible guide
- Our horizon is expanding.
The masters in the Himalayas
Several books are about encounters with masters who work in the remoteness of the Himalayas. Sometimes it takes a strenuous climb to great heights to reach their habitat. No one succeeds in finding these places who is not called.
My first book was the book published in America in 1924. Life and teachings of the masters in the Far East, Volumes 1-3 by Baird T. Spalding. I read it with growing interest about 12 years ago.
An exciting novel - probably fictional - about an archaeological expedition to the Himalayas and numerous fascinating encounters with immortal masters. Even if fictional, it is very inspiring. In order to be able to free ourselves from the narrow thought patterns of the 3D matrix, it is often precisely novel characters that help.
Immortal Self: A Journey to the Himalayan Valley of the Amartya Masters
So it is all the more wonderful to read a book with truly authentic encounters. For Christmas 2021, I gave myself "Immortal Self: A Journey to the Himalayan Valley of the Amartya Masters" from Aaravindha Himadra, a spiritual teacher who was called to their valley by the Amartya Masters.
This wonderful book represents for me the essence of everything to which I devote my attention in this blog: The liberation from the matrix, from disease and aging, the becoming one with the Self, the power of love, the truth of immortality.
As soon as Himadra enters the hidden valley of these masters, he notices the sudden absence of a background noise that was always present before.
Fascinated, he experiences a form of silence and purity in the midst of lush nature, which allows him to gradually release all ties to the matrix. Of course, with the support of the six magnificent master beings who live in this valley together with many locals.
One of them is Nil'Amma Tara. She is well over a thousand years young. Himadra asks her, "You have awakened to eternal life. Why don't you just let go of your body and fly to the higher worlds?"
"It is the illusion that must fly away, not the self! The one self is everywhere. My dear, if I am omnipresent, for what reason should I fly away to another world?"
Himadra: At our first meeting, she had told me, "You will discover here the connection to a power far beyond the dreams of the ordinary world."
All encounters with the five masters living in the valley gradually release Himadra from the confines of the matrix. They also gradually open his channels for clairvoyance.
After a special initiation Himadra is finally allowed to visit Grandfather Pitamah, the oldest master. The initiation is apparently necessary so that Himadra can integrate the immensely high vibrations of the immortal master.
Pitamah lives a little apart on a mountainside. He settled in the valley Amarpura more than 5000 years ago and is the founder of the Amartya teachings.
"In his mysterious art of communicating beyond the use of words, he conveyed to me that at the highest point of our ascending existence is the great Blue Realm, the Mahaloka....
He informed me that here on the summit of consciousness, the Mahaloka, was the home of the first Mother - Anma. The seat of Anma is the "Blue Jewel" of the eternal sky, ... the "One Spiritual Sun", the great primordial womb from which the All-possibility rises. In it all dimensions, all universes and all realities mature before they are born.
On a twelve-petaled blue lotus throne ... Anma is eternally united with the One Father, Maha'Purusha. He rules as divine law, and She dreams the eternal dream."
Himadra's book is a wonderful jewel for me too. As a reader, I take part in Himadra's fascinating encounters in a very lively way - at least to some extent. The book contains a great deal of information that is far more than just a look at the bigger picture. For example, about the central role of love.
Being free in unconditional love
To attain real mastery requires complete surrender to love. Nil'Amma Tara says the following about this:
Only in true surrender to unconditional love will the inner eye be liberated. It is faith that must illuminate it. Only then can its glory flow down to fill the chalice of the heart. But higher faith is not easily found: It awakens only when hunger has passed. ...
Acceptance is the first turn of the key. Accept what is and whatever may come as part of the great call. But do not desire what has found or will find its way to you. Accept the guiding hand. Allow the supreme will to live and shatter the heart of human desire so that the true heart can live.
Worship love above all else! Devoted only to love, self-realization is certain. Love is the seer's first and last sight of truth. Through the union of both - faith and love - the hand of fear burns to ashes.
Too much fear rules this world and too few find their way back to love. This is the reason we and our tradition are here, and the reason we bless the aspiring teacher with our favor - to light the way.
Immortality and eternal youth
Many will say, 'Come, taste of this or try this technique if you wish to have a long and full life.' And these things may prolong life, extend it a few moments further. But regardless of that, death will still come. Love is the only way to overcome it!
If life is the voice of love, then death cannot take it. Unveil this mystery; remove the shadows that bind in life. Remove what has taken possession of you, drop the desire to possess, then the task is almost accomplished. Then become what this world prays for.
The Mother will stand by your side, and she will say: 'Now you are ready, enter into my heart, drink of eternal life - the time of foolishness is over.'
The masters in our midst
Perhaps the Amartya Masters are the most evolved. Who knows. At least, that's how it seems to me when I compare the books I have.
However, the magnificent divine creation of which we are a part allows many ways and many teachings.
In the book published in 1920 "The Initiate Vol.1", under the pseudonym "Justin Moreward Haig", a great master soul is presented "by his disciple".
Haig has a beneficial yet unobtrusive effect amidst his contemporaries, initially in England. The author often accompanies him as Haig helps his fellows let go of their old destructive patterns through conversation and enlightenment.
Through his clairvoyance he can recognize all backgrounds, for example karmic entanglements or family conflicts.
Another travel story to masters in the Himalayas
The book also contains a self-contained, very moving story of a frustrated bon vivant. He is contacted by masters who also live in the Himalayas.
Together with a woman who has aged somewhat, he sets off for the Himalayas. Both experience on their journey surprisingly a significant rejuvenation and beautification. And they enjoy an intensive training by the masters.
In "The Initiate Vol.2" The author again accompanies Justin Moreward Haig, who now works in the USA and has a circle of interested students around him.
Haig shows the astonished adepts some of his masterly skills and thus also proves very impressively that we humans, as spiritual divine beings, can master and transcend the "laws of nature".
Some book topics: Love and inspiration, egoism, time-morality and true morality, adjustment, sexuality and permanent love-consciousness.
Spiritual Master Teachers
In the book "Der Eremit" (only German) the ascension process of a German guard officer into a master is described. After being wounded in the war of 1871, the latter arrives in North India via detours.
There he meets people connected with the training site of "Master Z", who is also of German descent. They help him to get up to this site, which is over 7000m high. It requires a slow adaptation to thin air and freezing cold, both during and still after the ascent.
As part of his training, which he completes as "Brother Amo" over many years, the later "hermit" and master participates in supply caravans. On such a journey, he meets his "Other Self", or the female part of his divine soul, in a women's monastery.
She is already much more evolved than he is and can explain to him that they both can only come together properly after his earthly "master time" has ended and his body has been discarded.
He eventually spends this time as a hermit in the harsh climate of Montana, USA. He gets assignments to help especially those souls who are no longer receptive to the warnings of their guardian angels. For:
A soul is something as precious as the most precious and rare flower, which can only unfold its splendor of blossoms and colors and emit fragrance when it has developed so far that the blossom can appear at all.
From Montana, he supplied a German readership with spiritual messages as a counselor from 1940, some of which also flowed into the book.
In the meantime, many more spiritual teachers have become publicly known, such as Osho or Eckhart Tolle. I will not go into any further detail about them here.
Boundless healing power
True great masters have unlimited healing power. Impressive examples of this are also presented in "Immortal Self: A Journey to the Himalayan Valley of the Amartya Masters". Master Amir, who leads Himadra into the valley, heals the death-struggling daughter of a local woman on the way. He explains to him the role of the healer, who was also present:
"As a healer, she could do nothing more. She could only pray for the dying woman. It was the young mother who had called me! It was her Faith love that made the healing possible."
The time had come for the Mother to awaken. It was necessary for her to give up her last attachment to the dream in order to realize the divine self. ...
Only the letting go of her daughter enabled her awakening. In her surrender, she could finally hear - then I just whispered her the way."
When I perceive something like this, it fills me with awesome wonder. These masters obviously have a much wiser approach to the preservation and understanding of life. I would gladly chat about some more episodes from the book, so fascinated am I by the revealed wisdom.
Serving the All-One
In some books there is talk of a "white brotherhood". So also in "Der Eremit". It is a union of masters with the aim to serve the development of mankind or its awakening.
In "Immortal Self" I read nothing of it. Probably because the quality "white" has its "black" flip side within the matrix duality. However, the Amartya Masters have completely freed themselves from this matrix. For it is nothing but illusion.
The label "white brotherhood" has therefore only some significance within the Matrix illusion .
However, serving in love is the unifying factor between luminous masters of different directions and teachings.
And in practicing unconditional love, we all become brothers and sisters who help each other. To function in unconditional love basically means to surrender completely to the All-One in a servant way.
Many of these masters work in secret as an invisible force. Or they mingle unrecognized among the people. They are then physically visible for everyone, but without being "unmasked" as masters.
While the books presented are about physical encounters with masters, there are probably many more spiritual encounters with them. The "Hermit" also speaks of this.
It is an honorable thing to undergo direct training in the mountains of the Himalayas. Or to be in an "inner circle" of a master or master healer, as with Justin Haig or Dascalos.
It is no less honorable to be guided in a more subtle way by masters who remain invisible. By intuition, inner voice, through dreams or certain encounters that are threaded by invisible forces.
If a master contacted me today and asked me to travel to the Himalayas, I would gladly do so immediately from the bottom of my heart. However, I have not yet had a strong inner urge for such an expedition. Rather, it seems to me for a long time that I am accompanied by master beings who remain invisible in the background.
They hardly intervene so that I really voluntarily go the way home.
Our horizon is expanding.
What is my home? Which way am I going?
The great masters show us both. At least if we are open to their message. Maybe we can't open ourselves completely to it right away. Because "heaven might be too boring."
Nevertheless, these messages help to expand our horizons and our consciousness. Everyone goes his way, step by step.
Doesn't it make a significant difference to know about the existence of immortal people? It is no longer "as certain as the Amen in the church" (German proverb) that we all must die sometime. We are - as souls or spirit - eternal. And we are free to decide how long we want to exist in a certain form or environment.
Nil'Amma Tara sums it up:
"If I am omnipresent, for what reason should I fly to another world?"
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