SPECIFIC CASE

Let us look at a specific case of accessing the Wisdom

The process might be said to the following steps:

  • Define the task that one appears to be being called to carry out
  • Define and work with and relate to the ‘inspiring one’
  • Draw up, in writing, a clear vision of what is being called for
  • Do what is ever is necessary to bring the vision into reality

Let is look at the process this process in the cae of Djwhal Kuhl.

Djwhal Kuhl (DK) is accepted as being the guiding light, who dictated the esoteric books that Alice Baileywrote between the years of 1919 to 1949 and published through the Lucas Trust. During this time. DK, if he was alive and incarnate, was living in Tibet, whilst Alice Bailey was living in America. Their considerable body of work was carried out entirely by telepathy

DK is held to be still actively teaching today, although he is no longer physically on this earth – but he is available to inspire and instruct those who are able to access him.

This is done in the following sequence – let us call the one being inspired the Seeker

In some way, DK make his presence known to the Seeker – this may be through reading a book or hearing his name - but one way or another his presence is felt.

To develop the relationship, the Seeker needs to be able to visualise DK.  it may be helpful to find a portrait purporting to be DK. There is one showing him in Tibetan garb. In reality DK, is now a disincarnate spirit, but he is able to make himself available in whatever guise feels comfortable with the Seeker.  Agreement is reached that when working together, DK will make himself available in the guise of a Tibetan Monk.

Now it is necessary to decide where the Seeker will meet DK. In the case of DK this might be a room in a Tibetan monastery. The Seeker and DK agree that this is the place where they will meet when called upon so to do.

The Seeker now has a method for attuning with DK and the place and his appearance have been mutually agreed. It is now up to the Seeker to go to this place when called upon when help or a response if needed.

The Seeker needs to develop a method for finding this place. This will be in a meditative state and the process worked out whereby the journey is made from the place where the meditation is taking place to the room in the distant Tibetan monastery.  This is an act of creative visualisation.

Having agreed to meet, the Seeker needs to record what is said at the meeting.  This can be done after the meeting but is usually better to record as the meeting progresses.  This can be done by automatic writing, or by by using voice recognition on a computer.

This act of recording the conversation gives something to refer back to later. The referral process itself is interesting.  At the time of dictation, the message coming through may seem to be quite straightforward, uncomplicated and even banal.  But when looked at in a week’s time, will often appear to be a brilliant illumination of the next steps that are to be taken.

We have described the method of accessing one particular guide - the same procedure will be adapted whenever guidance is coming through for a particular project.

In each case the steps will be the same namely

  • Identify the inspiring figure
  • Understand how to see them and relate to them and ideally what name they go by
  • Agree a place to meet
  • Record what comes through

What we have described may seem to be unrealistic and extraordinary

But we are only developing the universal idea of the inspiring Muse