Sanat Kumara: Wisdom from Our Beingness, Our Hearts, Our Love


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archangel michaelSanat Kumara and I discussed … what else is there to talk about? … love today.  And lightwork. And a minute or two towards the end about the Reval (it’s underway; nothing more said).

Let me give you just a snippet because he was so eloquent all the way through the program:

“We have been engaging you in this series of conversations for years now.

“And …  we thank each and every one of you for listening, for opening your hearts and receiving, for coming to more fully understand the rules of engagement, the operating system for Nova Earth and Nova Being. And so much more.

“When I say that we are engaging you in a series of conversations, I do not simply refer to my sacred self. I refer to so many of us, who line up and take turns to share our wisdom, our information, our understanding, our beingness, our hearts as you would think of it, and our love. … I welcome you every moment of eternal existence. …

“And as I have said to thee before, beloveds, you are entering into a new realm of existence. When I have said to you that love is winning and that love always wins, this is what I have referred to. When I have suggested to you, ‘Why would you ever choose anything but the luminous glory of love?’, what do you think I am talking about?

“And I do not say this in the way of posing a quandary, a conundrum, an enigma. I say this to throw open my arms, yes, as your planetary logos, but also as your brother, as your fellow traveller in so many ways. And, yes, I have come to this

beautiful planet again and again and again. Simply because I am not manifest in form does not mean that I am not fully present with each and every one of you.

“What does it mean to be a lightworker, a lightholder, a lovebearer? We have introduced these terms years ago to…”

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Allow me however to say a further word about Raj, who has “come to this beautiful planet again and again.” Because I for one fall asleep on who it is I’m talking to. (1)

I’m tempted to have him back for a Summer Special, to discuss the many illustrious and majestic times he came to Earth and spoke as an exalted One.

His was the Word of God to Persians, Hebrews, and Hindus; the word of a revered master to Mayans, Aztecs, and Buddhists.

He was Ahuramazda, the Wise Lord, to Zoroastrians; the Ancient of Days to Hebrews and Christians; Subramanya and Skandha to Hindus; Quetzlcoatl to Mayans and Aztecs; and Dipamkara, the Lamplighter Buddha, to Buddhists.

If I wasn’t considered out of place, and as his friend, I’d like to know more details about these exalted missions – exactly what the Divine Mother asked of him, how he interpreted and applied that, and what he saw as the results of his various apparitions and incarnations – if we have time.

I go unconscious on who it is I’m talking to because they’re so friendly. But he whom I’m talking to was worshipped as a god by many in past ages.

In the show, I mentioned a meditation that Kathleen and I were doing. The description of it is posted below. (2)


(1) Remember how Arjuna fell asleep to Krishna’s majesty? He just couldn’t hold it in his awareness for an extended period of time.

(2) Kathleen suggested we do a month’s meditation along the lines Sanat suggested:

“If you wish to have an assignment, let me give it to you three ways. Choose a partner. It may be a family member. It may be a friend. This is over and above the millions that each of you are working with. It may be a stranger. Every day engage either mentally, esoterically or actually in a kind and loving exchange of relationship that is expressive and reflective and in alignment with how you love and treat yourself and, in reciprocity, how you love and wish to be treated every day.

Then formulate the same relationship with prayer, meditation, intent with your water and with your food. If you were to do these very simple and most difficult three things: individual, your water, and your food. Kind, loving, nurturing and gentle, for one month, and we, I offer you a date my friend. And we were to revisit this in one month, the shift upon your planet would be unbelievable. I do not say significant. I say unbelievable.

Because you would be breaking the old pattern and erecting, constructing new, ignoring what does not serve because it does not serve. And anchoring what does serve, what fills your heart with supreme gladness in form. That is why I am suggesting to each of you, to engage with a friend, a family member or a stranger and watch it blossom. Watch it blossom. Watch the old pattern smash away and the new that is underneath truly shine like the brilliant pattern of the Mother and the Father that it is.” (“Transcript: Sanat Kumara on the Changes Happening to Us, An Hour With an Angel, January 26, 2017,” at