The Inner Light - Contemplative Reading

Z.W.Leene, one of the founders of the modern School of the Golden Rosycross, wrote about the light birth in 1937 in his book “The Fire Glow of Ascension”: (part I, chapter Spark, Flame, Fire, page 124).

Celebrating Christmas is a happy event, when we celebrate in truthfulness the birth festivity with Him – the Christ - . Then the Light is not only shining on us, but it affects us, it changes us. From natural beings we then become spiritual human beings.

When the Light of Christ is born in our souls, it completely fills the human heart and mind, and in a spiritual sense it warms our soul and fills it with a fiery glow. In this fiery glow the light spark flares up, it becomes radiant and active. The essence of the Light is contained in the characteristics love, and power. When so touched, a human being then assimilates those values in a new and different way. As a consequence of the touch in the heart, the Light can change us from within, into the very depth of our being. The calling to humanity is not to follow the light, but to become the Light ourselves.

God is Light, a Light that is both transcendent in the solar system and immanent in His creations and creatures.

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Micaster: show us the way.

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So think as if your every thought were to be etched in fire upon the sky for all and everything to see, for so, in truth, it is.

So speak as if the world entire were but a single ear intent on hearing what you say. And so, in truth, it is.

So do as if your every deed were to recoil upon your heads. And so, in truth, it does.

So wish as if you were the wish. And so, in truth, you are.

So live as if your god Himself had need of you His life to live. And so, in truth, He does.