"When you plant a seed in the ground, for it to grow, it must first divide: so it becomes 2. Then the sprout contained within it draws the elements it needs from both the halves that feed it: then 1it becomes 3. Soon after that, only the husk remains and it too will eventually disappear. So we witness the seed's death, and this death is necessary for new life to be born. In dying, the seed releases the powers of life it contains.

In human beings, it is their lower self that must die so as to feed the divine principle that can then grow, blossom and bear fruit. Nature never ceases to teach us about life, that is to say about death and resurrection. For what we call life, is really only an uninterrupted series of death and resurrection. Death is always the promise of new life, and this life itself will be followed by death so that new life can once again be born. This is really what resurrection is."

Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov
Daily Meditations, March 29, 2019

"Look, Nature has already said it all! Haven’t you seen that a tremendous event is taking place all around you, called a renewal? Ah, you have noticed… that is magnificent.

Each year everything is renewed… everything except humans!

Humans remain the same, they do not join in the world’s renewal. They may sense something happening around them, but they do not let themselves be influenced. They must learn now to open the inner doors and windows so that the new life can penetrate and impregnate them!

You have to be free and disengaged to receive the new life with open arms."

Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov
Christmas and Easter in an initiatic tradition

Video extract by Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov :


The Divine Seed  (Sunbeam Collection)

Life and Work in an Initiatic School (1) Christmas and Easter in the Initiatic Tradition

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