Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Spirits of Divine Light


Thou art My lamp and My light is in thee. Get thou from it thy radiance and seek none other than Me. For I have created thee rich and have bountifully shed My favour upon thee.


The Holy white light spirit of God of Mount Sinai lives inside of every person on Earth. (Psalm 82:6).


Chinese called the human souls Hun and Po. Hun represents the light [yang], heavenly soul while Po represents the dark [yin], earthly soul.



Sophia-Achamoth communicated to him a ray of her divine light, and so animated man and endowed him with a soul. (Salvation: A person attains salvation by learning secret knowledge of their spiritual essence: a divine spark of light or spirit.)


(George Fox) He believed that an element of God's spirit is implanted within every person's soul. He called this "the seed of Christ", or "the seed of Light".


"The way one spark lights many fires,
individual flames leap up separately
then sink back into the original fire.
The same way from the Universal Creator all objects are born,
emerge from Him and are engulfed by Him."

Zoroastrian & Sufi:

Ishraq, the theosophy of Suhrawardi, a an Iranian Sufi master who was martyred in 1191, "was as close to the original teachings of Zoroaster as you could get. At its core was the concept of mundus imaginalis, a kind of parallel world, the Earth of Hurqalya, the Heavenly Jerusalem, a world of light that was itself a mirror of a still higher realm. In this world of light each person had another self, a self of light that was his or her true identity or Perfected Nature - but until this was realized it appeared as a guardian angel or spiritual guide." - Paul William Roberts, Journey of the Magi (1995) p. 245

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