By Harold Klemp
“If man is to survive in the physical universe, then he must find time for creative activity in spiritual things. Until this comes about, within a group with time to do something besides subsist in the materialistic worlds, there is little opportunity for the spiritual sensitivity of man to develop.”
—Shariyat-Ki-Sugmad, Bk 1, pp. 183–84
Is there a goal or a project you would like to take the next step with? Picture this clearly in your Spiritual Eye.
With eyes open or shut, chant the word ghata for several minutes. It’s an ECK word for the act of opening the consciousness. After a minute or so of silence, return to chanting the word and going into silence, until you have repeated this pattern three times.
Inspiration may come during this exercise or during the day as the word draws new vibrations into your awareness.
From Spiritual Exercises for the Shariyat, Book One, p. 134.
By Harold Klemp
Here is a brief review of the final goal of Soul: It gathers an education in the lower worlds so that It can become a true citizen in the spiritual community. This is what we call a Co-worker with God.
The relationship between parent and child in the worlds of matter is based upon this spiritual design. The parent is the vehicle for the child’s entrance into the world and is responsible for his education. The child must, between birth and the age of perhaps eighteen, learn all the dos and don’ts of his culture. The significant fact underlying the parent-child relationship is that there is more freedom for the child as he gets older and assumes more responsibility. The parent has failed his duties if the child reaches legal age and is unfit to take his place in the world. Read More