The following excerpt is Chapter 10 from Mastery, The Method and The Meaning.
If you were to refer to most of humanity’s religious writings, they would speak of one who has attained as an individual–who has transcended the physical plane of existence and mastered the world. It would seem that the mission of the master is to overcome the human experience, break through the limitations and barriers that hinder and to become a spiritual being.
In reality, these commonly accepted principles of enlightenment are incorrect. Their tendency is to look at existence from the wrong point of view.
The master’s mission is to become fully human.
The spirit needs to master nothing. It is the master’s mission to immerse the self into the physical plane of existence in order to become a complete expression of consciousness in physical form.
Mastery is not an escape nor is it a victory to be won, but rather an act of discernment placing each aspect of existence into its rightful place in creation.
The emergence of the master into physical form is the expression of consciousness’ recognition and participation in the physical world. The mission of the master is to unite these seemingly juxtaposed aspects of existence. The spiritual and […]