Happiness is not a possession it it a quality of thought, a state of mind. Things outside our control will not bring us happiness. Bless you, bj
NAMASTE NEWSLETTER APRIL 2021
Namaste, Inc., P. O. Box 22174, Oklahoma City, OK, 73123
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What I write are my opinions based on my experiences and should be checked through your own discernment for your truth.
Today is April 3, 2021. This is the day the Spiritual Hierarchy had predicted the large volume of energy heading to the Earth from Mars would arrive. The energies that came in March 13-17 were of the vibration of the Cosmic Christ Consciousness. These energies were a dedicated precursor to this transmuted energy from Mars. We, as Humans, with the help of the Hierarchy and the Saturn Command, successfully modified the Mars energy from completely male energy to female energy during the time we were given the prophecy and today. The energies are now radiating with the energies that came in March and are designed to increase the flame of divinity within the heart of each Human. The wobble was averted as was any affect on the fault lines and volcanoes. Thanks for all your help.
BOOKS RELEASED ON AMAZON
The first two books in the Be Your Om Messiah series will be released this week. There should now be four books under the name of bj King when you browse for the books on Amazon: The first version of the 49 Rays of God; the Pentimento book; the Principles of Truth, Volume One and the Universal Laws, Volume 2. The fifth book, Manifesting Miracles, Volume 3 will be there soon.
The two-book version of the 49 Rays of God is still available through John Locke’s website:
The 49 Rays of God material is now available in a professionally produced set of 2 books. The books include the beautiful photos by Shelagh Schopen to illustrate each Ray, the history of the Rays, the Masters of the Rays and prayers to invoke each Ray. John Locke, Belinda Ortiz and I are proud of this new version of the important information. You are invited to own this amazingly useful set of information. Just click on the link below to order yours today.
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Work to restore the condition of the Namaste Creativity Retreat Center is underway. My friend Larry was here in November working to repair, sand and seal the decks, which is a huge job, while dealing with winter weather. In December, heavy snow massively damaged most trees in Oklahoma, including ours. We purchased a chain saw so Larry and my grandson, Matthew, and three of his friends could use it here and to help friends and neighbors deal with damaged trees for a few weeks.
Larry went back to work on the expansive deck and ramps. Then another storm arrived in February with ice, snow and sub zero temperatures that Oklahoma had not experienced in 100 years. Three frozen pipes burst in the Center. The one in the den brought down a waterfall before we could get someone to the street to shut off all the water coming into the house. During the inspection and further investigation, Larry determined it also affected the desk, wall and ceiling in the kitchen eating area and another leak damaged the ceiling and wall in the garage. When we thought all the plumbing had been handled, another one began to leak in ceiling of the kitchen area.
As of today the plumbing repairs all seem to be completed and he is facing insulating and installing heat tape on the exposed pipes and to replace sheet rock on walls and ceilings in three rooms. The good news is he knows how to do it all. Taping, texturing and painting will likely take a few months before Larry gets back to the decks. He has installed a new pump in the koi pond and it is happily running again. Six fish withstood the severe cold and survived as well as our large turtle, Ted, but the younger one, Teddy, didn’t. Ted’s partner Myrtle died during the tree cutting period.
We are still working with State Farm to include all repairs in the claim. We do so appreciate the help you have all been sending with your generous checks and prayers. I am spending time sitting in the midst of it holding the vision of the finished product. The good news is we get new carpet, a new desk, new bookshelves and new paint. It will feel like a whole new home. From chaos emerges new beauty.
NEW PUBLISHING OPPORTUNITY
After reading my request for a publisher, my friend Margaret called to tell us about a local publisher called Draft2digital. I have spoken with them and intend to publish all of the ten books through their company as well as Amazon. They have several e-publish sites where the books can be offered to larger audiences. The Spiritual Hierarchy is very interested in getting all of the 40 years of information I’ve written out for people’s use. The first volume, Principle of Truth, is there now and I am very impressed to see the information looking so professional. I’ve done beautiful watercolor abstract paintings in some of the Ray colors and Shelagh is adding the book titles, my name and the information designating that each book is a part of the series, Be Your Om Messiah. The title was given in meditation several years ago when I thought the Mystery School Lessons would become one book by that name.
The Spiritual Hierarchy has in mind there will be at least two more books that are not as yet written; one will be on Angels and Animals, and the other will be about Creativity. I look forward to being able to focus to bring these through when what we have done is published and the house is put back together.
49 Rays of God Information for Dealing with Weather
Spirit felt the Spring time has the potential to create weather changes such as Spring rains, potential flooding, especially near the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, which might affect the Mississippi Fault Line; we should be prepared to help by reviewing and keeping close the information given to us to use to invoke dissipating, dissipating, dissipating hazardous weather.
Chohan of Southern Hemisphere:
Angel of the Southern Hemisphere:
Chohan of Northern Hemisphere:
Master Djwhal Khul
Angel of the Northern Hemisphere:
The Master Eufaucheia and the Master Djwhal Khul are Lords of the Twenty-first Ray and Members of the Council of Elemental Energies of Earth
Ray Color: Opalescent Chartreuse (green
Gemstone: Fire Opals, Emeralds, Peridot
Music: America or My Country Tis of Thee words by Rev. Samuel Francis Smith. Sung to the tune of God Save the King, the British National Anthem (music only)
Invoking the Twenty-first Ray you are calling for orchestration between
the Elementals of Earth, Fire, Water and Air for more peaceful weather. The Ray makes it possible to dissipate, dissipate, dissipate (repeat this three times (9) the energy of thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, hail. snow and typhoons. When needed you may invoke this Ray to create rain.
I AM very grateful so many of you took the information on the Crisis newsletter to heart and worked diligently to help the Hierarchy to transmute the Mars energy. I AM very hopeful about how positively these energies can now assist Humanity to become aware of our own divinity. Thanks for your help, financial support and prayers as we repair the damage from the burst water pipes here at the center.
HAVE A JOYFUL SPRING CREATING BEAUTY,
LOVE, bj, Judi and Peggy
We have everything we need in life to make happiness possible, but we simply lack the conscious awareness to appreciate it. Bless you, bj
Once we accept that abundance and lack are parallel realities and that each day we choose, consciously or unconsciously, which World we will inhabit through our attitude; a deep inner shift in our reality occurs.
Sarah ban Breathnach
The Cosmic Healing Power, which made my body and all its organs, knows all the processes and functions of my body and the miraculous Healing Power is permeating every atom of my being, making me whole and perfect. All my organs are God’s ideas and through the power of Almighty God, they are all now functioning perfectly.
Create a blessed New Year for yourself. Love bj
The Internet is currently filled with false prophecies and predictions. Please keep your discernment (BS detectors) turned way up. Spirit gives a prediction or prophecy as advance notice to give Humans time to change what might be coming into our reality. Take time to send out thoughts to correct what’s predicted if you desire to change it.
Learning to experience reality as loving and joyful albeit varied and occasionally challenging, is a test of the inner self, not of others or of the environment. Bless you, Happy Solstice, bj
SELFISHNESS VS. SELFLESSNESS
To develop ourselves and grow spiritually in a healthy way, it is important to practice rational selfishness and rational selflessness. The concepts of selfishness vs. selflessness are central to all religious and mystical philosophies. Romantic love and parenting are normally dependent upon selflessness. In most doctrines, to be good Christians means to be selfless. To be out of balance, in either direction; too selfish (thinking only of ourselves) or too selfless (thinking only of others) for long periods of time is immature, destructive and will lead to irrational behavior.
The moral purpose of all Human life is rational happiness.
Negative emotions are reliable warning signals that a person is acting contrary to one’s nature, well-being and happiness. Everyone has the ability to choose what emotions they wish to feel. Happiness, pleasure, and love can only be experienced through emotions. To the extent that a person represses emotions, is the extent that the person denies that part of reality needed to experience earned pleasures and happiness – which is the moral purpose of Human life.
Repression of emotions is the attempt to deny emotions. Such repression is harmful and entirely different from the suppression of emotions, which can be a valuable, necessary process. Suppression of emotions is an act of discipline in consciously putting aside emotions to experience them later at a more appropriate time or in a more controlled manner. In suppressing an emotion, one is not denying the emotion and remains fully aware of it. Suppression is an important tool for preventing destructive reactions in oneself.
The Human organism must experience emotions in order to psychologically live. If a person continually diminishes self-awareness or represses emotions, that person will steadily lose his or her capacity to feel emotions. To compensate for that deadening of feelings, that person must take increasingly stronger measure to feel something until the only feeling left to feel is pain. The easiest, quickest route to feel pain is through destructive actions.
As a person diminishes his or her awareness and integration capacities, the initiation of longer range, positive actions becomes increasingly difficult. The person will succumb to selecting more and more destructive actions in order to feel something. Destructive actions taken to feel something include manipulating others, lying, initiating force to control or use others, using drugs or alcohol, promiscuity, stealing, injurious masochism or sadism, vandalism, thrill killing, mass murder, waging war, genocide.
Emotions are a real part of every person and, therefore, are part of reality. To know and deal with undistorted reality, a person must first know one’s self, which includes knowing one’s own emotions. A person must learn to be aware of feelings in order to prevent destructive emotional reactions. A person must also know one’s own emotions in order to effectively share them in a love relationship. Emotions are not subject to condemnation, guilt, or right or wrong judgments…only actions are right or wrong. While everyone innocently experiences negative, irrational emotions, no one ever has to act on such emotions. Since only Human actions are subject to choice, only Human actions (not emotions) are subject to moral judgment. An individual is, however, always responsible for his or her actions. Even if the action is an accident or honest error, one remains responsible for every action.
We need to always think of ourselves first before undertaking any activity or commitment. One of my greatest lessons has been to learn to ask my soul, “Is this mine to do?” Before I learned this I would make snap judgments based on what I saw as a need in the other person or situation, something I knew I was capable of doing or fulfilling and I would automatically volunteer without asking my soul the important question, “Is this mine to do?” Invariably, over and over, I would find myself overextended energetically and become resentful and irritable with others. I always felt if it was in front of me it was mine to do. I ended up with roommates who used my things inappropriately, stole from me or were closet alcoholics. I found myself on committees that were impossible to coordinate. I found myself with no time left for myself, no time left for introspection. I filled every hour of every day fulfilling the needs and desires of others. I was a people pleaser. My self worth came from others; therefore, it could be given or taken away by others. When we don’t understand who we are, vehicles that the soul has created in order to have access to life on Earth, we tend to believe we are our roles. Once we become clear about who we really are, vehicles through which the soul, God, can operate in this dimension, we can see more clearly what roles the soul wishes to play and what activities in which the soul wishes to engage.
A person must be very selective to protect their own time; otherwise, others will waste your time at every opportunity by drawing you in to listen to their problems or demanding that you help them with their work or projects. Many people will attempt to guilt you into helping them with things they would be better off doing alone. Often they will draw you into their scenario and then later blame you for not doing more to help or expect you to become responsible for the result of their lives. It is important not to enable others to remain weak. Always ask, “Is this mine to do?”
Spiritual maturity, sanity, happiness and health are all dependent on what I call “rational selfishness.” We have a responsibility to think of our own health, our own time and our own desires first. Once we’ve done this, we can make conscious decisions to choose to sacrifice our time and our desires in favor of selfless activity. If we always think of others first, and allow our time and energy to be used up by others, we have nothing left for our own desires and happiness. If we make helping others into what we trick ourselves into thinking will keep them near us, indebted to us, make them love us, make them respect us, we will be sadly mistaken.
People who do not save some of themselves for themselves and make taking care of others 100% of their life are not accomplishing what they came to Earth to experience. It is a way of abdicating our lives to someone else or others in general. It is a way of escaping what we came to do. Rational selfishness depends on thinking of yourself first, your own health, your own satisfaction with your life. If you spend all your energy on others, whether you admit it or not, you will eventually resent the people you are helping and resentment breeds ill health.
In relationships it is important for there not to be just one giver and one taker. It is important that even in the case of children that there is an energy exchange between people, even people who are too young to physically reciprocate to those who give to them. If a young mother is left to take care of small children 100% of the time without relief or help from others, they will begin to feel used and resentful. They may not admit this, because that would obviously make them “bad mothers”, and they may deny this, but the feelings will be buried deep within their subconscious. They may nag, gossip, overeat, withdraw affection or lash out and punish the children or other people inappropriately.
Many relationships depend on each individual playing certain roles for the other. Traditionally, the female is the care giver and the male the bread winner. Even in same sex relationships roles are usually defined or decided upon by one person being more of the care giver to the other. There is nothing wrong with being a care giver, but to be healthy one must receive care.
We are responsible for caring for ourselves first before we give to others. If we do not, we do not have anything extra to give and we are giving from our essential self. We are responsible for protecting our essential self energy for use by our own bodies and lives. To attract or maintain relationships that use up our time and energy, leaving none with which to pursue our goals, is against spiritual law. If you have friends or family who phone you and talk and talk and talk about their problems or the problems of the World, drop them, don’t answer the phone. For this purpose God gave us caller ID.
In the case of relationships and friendships, it is important that both parties are givers and receivers. In many cases, relationships are unequal energetically. If a male has not discovered how to access his own feminine energy, he will constantly need to be in the presence of females to use their energy to fulfill this need. If a female has not developed her ability to access her own male energy, she will always need to be in close relationships with men. This may be accomplished by being “daddy’s girl.” Or it may be accomplished by always being married or having multiple suitors.
Men who need female energy may be unhealthily tied to their mothers or may need multiple sex partners. Men often only know how to fulfill this feminine energy need through sex. Women learn early on how to gain male attention in order to fulfill this need in themselves.
In ongoing relationships, if one partner is not giving the caring the other person desires, it is common for them to cause an argument or disagreement. Arguments raise the level of energy, though not in a positive way. If a male can cause a woman to feel fear or anger he can then drain her energy. If a female does not feel as if her friend or partner is paying attention to her she may often cause an argument to get that person’s attention and energy. Once she has gotten the other person “worked up” she can drain that person’s energy. This is the reason many couples fight and then make up through having sex in order to get the energy fix they can’t produce for themselves.
As long as a friend or partner can engage you in an argument, especially an irrational argument, they can steal your energy. One of the steps in spiritual maturity and energy health is to learn to refuse to participate in irrational arguments. If you refuse to participate, refuse to get hooked, the other person must eventually seek other ways to fulfill their need or, in the best case scenario, they wake up and face responsibility for their own actions and their own lives. The rational person will remain healthy, projecting their desires into their own lives and following what is to their best interests.
It is a banner day when we finally wake up to the fact that we cannot change another person.
When the healthy person walks away from a potential argument, the other person is left in their own self-made trap. This is especially true when adults are dealing with teenagers. Teenagers have a lot of energy, much of which they do not know how to channel in a positive way. They are eager to pick fights, especially verbal ones, with their peers and especially their parents. They use these confrontations with parents to wear them down energetically to feed off of their energy and to attempt to get their own way. It is the responsibility of the parents to see what is happening energetically with the child and with themselves and to not agree to engage in irrational arguments.
When a person constantly acts against their own self-interest by being selfless and sacrificial, anger builds up inside them. To continue putting others’ needs in front of one’s own, to continue sacrificing, one must suppress that anger. Suppressed anger is capable of exploding or being repressed to the extent that it turns into an illness. Even sweet little old ladies who have spent their lives sacrificing for others, as the church has taught them, have repressed their true desires and emotions in favor of being “good.” Whenever a person denies a part of themselves that is natural and wholesome then the natural drive will be expressed in a distorted and unwholesome way.
I, not unlike many women, turned to religion in an attempt to give more meaning to my life than being a good daughter, wife and mother. The church told me that my sacrifices and unhappiness were the right thing to do. They also gained a free volunteer employee for many years while I was stuck in the belief that sacrificing my life completely for others was the “holy” thing to do.
Often when people spend their lives primarily serving others they often eventually break and run away because they know no other way to change their circumstances. This is often referred to as a mid-life crisis. A man may suddenly realize he has spent all his time providing for his family and not thinking of his own needs and desires. Of course, there are those who are also emotionally arrested adolescents who have spent their time and money doing as they wished and expected their wives or partners to be the adult. For women, they often wake up one morning and realize they have given their lives away to their parents, their husbands, their children and can’t remember who they really are other than the roles they play for other people. I actually thought the roles were who I was until all the roles were removed at once. I sat in a chair with pen and paper and asked myself, “Who am I without the roles?” I would write, “I AM…” over and over, not realizing I was giving myself the answer. Before and after all the roles I play, I am the I AM, God desiring to consciously live through this vehicle.
It is healthy to keep these guidelines in mind when dealing with intimate relationships:
- Put yourself first.
- What is best for you is also best for all concerned.
- We harm those we love the most when we give into their irrationalities.
- We also contribute to their irrational behavior when we let them get away with it.
- Those who refuse to grow up have to be put into the position of facing the consequences of their actions.
- Only when a person accepts responsibility for their actions will they mature and enhance the possibilities for building an increasingly rewarding future with a romantic partner.
Our lives must be lived from a place of balance for us to be emotionally and physically healthy. At times we must act selfishly in order to have time, energy and stamina to then give to others unselfishly. We can have compassion for others without sacrificing ourselves, unrealistically fulfilling the needs and desires of others. When we practice rational selfishness we practice self-respect and we offer that same respect to others.
Most of us were accused at some time when we were children of being selfish when we would not share something we had with others. It was used only in a derogatory way. We learn the way to please others is to give up ourselves and what we desire in favor of the desires of others. We live our lives for others rather than for ourselves. In living this way we lose our self-respect. We allow others to tell us what is right and what to believe in order to please them or to fit into a pattern that is not our real selves.
Developing self-respect, if you have not been respected by your parents or partners, can be very challenging. At first, a person can feel guilty and selfish when they pull back from being used and choose to analyze what would really make them happy. If a person doesn’t have self-respect, it is fairly easy to spot; especially if they get themselves into a position of authority. They talk down to others and make efforts to intimidate them. They do not have inner feelings of confidence and self-worth; if they did, they would be able to extend that self-respect to others.
Religions, for the most part, foster the idea of humility. It is a false way of developing humility through being selfless. A person who practices rational selfishness, who doesn’t latch onto readymade dogmatic answers, develops a true humility in the sense that they are willing to acknowledge the mistakes they make in life. They can admit their mistakes because they have a solid base of self-esteem and personal confidence. They can acknowledge that they don’t have all the answers, that they don’t know everything. They are willing to keep continually learning throughout their lives.
An individual is solely responsible for their life and choices.
Each individual is solely responsible for his or her own actions. That includes being responsible for what goes in and out of one’s own mouth. Mouth responsibility is a very important part of spiritual growth. We need to be responsible for the food, drink, drugs, smoke, genitalia that go into our mouths and the words that come out. Unnatural highs always destructively disintegrate a person’s physical or psychological life, or both. The ultimate high, however, comes from feeling in control of one’s own self, living honestly, rationally and productively.
Consciousness does not automatically take place. To become conscious, we must become conscious of who we are individually as units of consciousness and then ultimately understand our relationship to the Oneness of all life. If we attempt this from following the dogma set out by someone outside ourselves, we will fail. This process can only be accomplished from a point of self reflection.
To follow a set dogma creates a split in the brain. Dogma is a belief of the intellect and allows the left brain to control thinking and action. Often, after years of following dogma, which leads to irrational selflessness or irrational selfishness, a person’s right brain rebels and points out the falseness of the dogma. This point often leads to great confusion. If what I’ve believed isn’t real, isn’t true, what am I to believe? There comes a time in most people’s lives when intellectualizing is either no longer satisfying or no longer fulfills their true needs. Often this can only come at a point when logic fails us. “When all else fails, turn to God.”
There is a significant difference between thinking we know and actual knowing. Bless you, bj
When we encounter situations of slavery we have a responsibility to do what it takes to realize ourselves as fee and to take that feeling of freedom and imagine it for others, without too much attachment to what anyone else needs to do about it. When we do this we enlarge our vision of Humankind beyond the labels oppressor and oppressed.