(from Lesson 3)
What does it mean to "live forever"? Does
this mean living on this earth forever, or does it refer to our
continual progress as ascending souls?
It is both. We, as a human race, are commissioned
to overcome death in our consciousness and to understand that
there is no death or disease in the Son or Expression of God.
Jesus overcame death in His human form. He secured the blueprint
for the new solar race, the New Kingdom race of Man. The Master
has opened the way into Life Eternal here and now. But you must
find this Life within yourself; this pathway that leads you to
the original creation as God the Creator imagined you to Be.
If you have not read and seriously contemplated the booklet The Last Enemy, published by the University
of Melchizedek, please do so.* In particular, I
refer you to pages 23-24 and a small boy's account of the resurrection
Living forever is not a dream; it is a reality and
your destiny. If you have been doing your homework in consciousness
and living the spiritual teachings, you will be confident that
your changing physical and etheric bodies are seeking to express
the Christ Consciousness and the body resurrected.
As you are living in your Christ presence, the Consciousness
of That who you truly are, these words will be like fodder to
your ascending soul. You are trapped no longer in a lower
dimension. I have freed you from that. You are subject only to
the Christ within and the sacred blueprint of My Name.
Born of the Spirit, resurrected in Me, the sacred
geometry is in place. We are waiting for your ascent. As the
days become like minutes, what matters now is your openness to
a new dimension of light.
*Jesus tells us in The Last Enemy
that we must all accomplish what he has done. We must all overcome
the last enemy, which is death, right here and now. We are not
to die. We are to raise our bodies into the Light as given from
the Beginning. This takes courage and a deep commitment. The
Last Enemy is available through the University online store.
copyright 2006 by Patricia Jepsen