Dear friends of the light, a common question asked by many lightworkers is whether one can believe in teachings such as Spiritus Lumine and still be a faithful member of their church, knowing that many of their beliefs aren’t endorsed by their clergy. Should a decision be made to choose one or the other? If one holds beliefs that contradict the church’s teaching and continues to attend church as before, does that make them a hypocrite? Let’s look at this for a moment, shall we?
My dear children of the light, this is Brother Thomas of the Seventh Ray. I come to you in these times to bear witness to the Divine Light, that which connects and unifies all things to one another. I remember my times upon the earth when the dark of winter had come. The skies could be dark for days, and it seemed the cold would never leave. The same is true for the winters of our various heavenly bodies (such as the physical, emotional, and spiritual) which must follow the Law of Cycles and make their progression. But if we think about it, we all know the existence of a higher truth. Above the dark clouds, is the radiant light of the sun that never sets. The same is true of all dark clouds in your life, whatever they may be.
My dear friends who love the mystical arts, this is Brother Thomas. I am your guide from the Seventh Ray, and I work with all who love the light and wish to know its mysteries and wisdom. The Spiritus Lumine, the Divine Light of God, is more than mere words. It is the connecting force in which all things are unified and given life. A question that arises from some is this, “What should humankind’s relationship to this light of which we speak?” Is it a religion, a philosophy, or another set of coherent beliefs? Are there expectations mystics should understand? Let us speak with you about these things.