Doreen Virtue’s Message for April 3-9, 2017 Video


“Doreen Virtue holds three university degrees in Counseling Psychology. She was clairvoyant as a child, and had many profound spiritual experiences as she was growing up.

Doreen was raised by a Christian spiritual healer mother and a self-employed writer father. She is still a Christian and loves the Lord with all of her heart.

Doreen worked as a psychotherapist specializing in healing eating disorders, until her life was saved by divine intervention on July 15, 1995 during an armed carjacking. After this experience, Doreen focused solely upon researching and teaching about divine intervention. Doreen is the author of over 50 books and 25 oracle card decks, on the topics of angels, fairies, healthful living, vegan eating, and spirituality, published in 38 languages globally. Doreen traveled worldwide giving workshops for the past 25 years. She now creates online workshops, and spends her time with her family, animals, and practicing yoga. Doreen has appeared on television and radio worldwide, including Oprah, CNN, Richard & Judy, Coast to Coast AM, and The View.”

The Ascended Masters – Marlene Swetlishoff Channels Master Hilarion

The Apostle Paul embodied one more time after his lifetime in Jesus’ period―as the great mystic and miracle-worker known as Saint Hilarion. Today the ascended master Hilarion guides and inspires scientists, healers, musicians and those dedicated to truth.

Who Are the Ascended Masters?

The ascended masters are our elder brothers and sisters on the spiritual path.  Having balanced their karma and fulfilled their unique mission, they have graduated from Earth’s schoolroom and ascended back to God in the ritual known as the ascension.

These masters are a part of a vast brotherhood of spiritual beings and angelic hosts who work with mankind for the betterment of life on Earth.  The Great White Brotherhood is spoken of in chapter seven of the Book of Revelation as the great multitude of saints “clothed with white robes” who stand before the throne of God.  (White refers not to race but to the white light that is seen in the aura of the saints.)

These enlightened teachers have emerged from all races and nationalities, from all walks of life and all religions.  Many are familiar to us, having walked among us throughout the ages.  Others are ancient beings of light, unrecorded in human history, whose names long ago have become secondary to the flames they bear.  Whatever their origin in the vastness of our Father’s universe, they all share a common light– a light they desire to share with mankind who are seeking the Truth they bear.

Among these saints are Gautama Buddha, Maitreya, Jesus Christ, Saint Germain, Moses, Melchizedek, Mother Mary, Saint Francis, Kuan Yin– and unnumbered and unnamed loving hearts, servants of humanity who have returned to the heart of God.

This Brotherhood works with earnest seekers and public servants of every race, religion and walks of life to assist humanity in their forward evolution.

Hilarion is a master of healing and truth–he serves on the fifth of the seven rays of God.  When we come into the knowledge of the ascended masters, we come into an awareness of defining the path back to the Source, and we find that it can be walked over seven rays of the Christ consciousness that emerge from the white light.  The seven color rays are the natural division of the pure white light emanating from the heart of God.  The subdivisions of the wholeness of Christ are the blue, yellow, pink, white, green, purple and gold, and the seventh, violet rays.

Master Hilarion is the healer.  This is the green ray of the doctors, scientists, healers, musicians, mathematicians and those consecrated to Truth in all its forms.  Hilarion works with all of these, and he can assist us in drawing down the abundance that we need to fulfill our mission in life.  He also assists us in developing truth or clarity in spiritual vision.

From “Hilarion The Healer: Spiritual Teachings From…” by Elizabeth Clare Prophet


National Geographic’s “Story of God”

170112220939_undefined_undefined_300250Morgan Freeman Searches for the Divine

 His quest to seek out the origins of spirituality continues in the second season of Story of God.

For over a year, Morgan Freeman has been traveling the world in search of God. And not just to find a man in white–or in his case, a man in white who changes light bulbs—but to illuminate the different ways people think about and worship God all over the world.

We spoke to Freeman at the beginning of his quest. Now his series, Story of God, continues the search in its second season–first in Minnesota, and then in London and Thailand. National Geographic caught up with Freeman to find out what he’s learned.

You’ve now been looking for God and spirituality for a year. What have you found?    Well I’ve found that God is pretty universal wherever we go. It’s like–how do I say this–lots of us have different approaches to the same idea. There is heaven and hell. There is God. And there is a way to realize them. That’s universal. You find commonality in that sense everywhere.

You’re more than a reporter. How does your celebrity affect your quest?  That’s hard to say. In a few locations, I’ve been aware that the interviewee was a bit, you know, charged up by the idea that it was me. But after a few minutes of talking, that went away. And it gets us into more places and gets more people to say yes to us. Most people are just happy and honored that we care about their religion enough to look outside the mainstream of religions.

Continue reading National Geographic’s “Story of God”

How To Pray In Power – Gregg Braden

Gregg Braden says, “Feel as if your prayer has already been answered!”  Verse 106 in the lost Gospel of Thomas says, “When you make the two (thought and emotion) as one, you will say to the mountain, “move away” and the mountain will move away!”  Marry thought and emotion.  Use your voice and the power of your heart when you pray!  Gregg Braden reveals the two sentences about prayer that were taken out of the Bible!

Feeling Pain

e5cb809701f8d2e6340c2c5d3eff887f“There comes a time to lay down a piece of crystallized pain that is emotional, mental or spiritual in nature.  You will know when that time comes. We do not encourage you to hurry yourself.  However, it is indeed a wise person who harvests such crystallized pain, realizes it, thanks it, and moves on.  It is not necessary to carry behind you that great sack which bears the accumulated pain of your incarnation.”                                        Q’uo, channeled through Carla L. Rueckert, L/L Research, September 3, 2006.

Doing Good For Others

“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.”   (Matthew 25: 35-36)  “Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.”    (Matthew 25: 40)