Truth. Simple and clear. Liberating and enlightening. But also severe and just. Eternal, immovable Truth.
Truth, in its natural simplicity, can be understood by everyone. It can be found in the laws of the nature, the laws of physics or also in everyday life if one only wants to see it. Truth is showing the way to spiritual awakening, to retrieving lost harmony and to the way of living in accordance with God’s Will, which is independent of human wishes. He acts wisely who strives to know the Truth and to live in accordance with it.
The book In the Light of Truth is a pure source of knowledge for those, who truly seek for the Truth. Reading the book requires not only concentration in the effort of comprehending what is written with the spirit, but it also requires relentless examination. You can learn more about the book by reading the introductory text for guidance.
An English translation of the original edition contained in the books In the Light of Truth, The Grail Message by Abdrushin and Resonances to the Grail Message , altogether 201 lectures. If you would like to download the work In the Light of Truth in electronic format, click on the book image on the content page.
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When it is said that God will stretch forth His Hand to help, this is done in the Word which He sends out to mankind, showing them how they can redeem themselves from the guilt in which they have become entangled. From the very beginning He has shown His Mercy in all the great possibilities placed freely at the disposal of human spirits in Creation. This is so overwhelming that the man of today cannot even conceive it because he never concerned himself with it seriously enough! Wherever he did, however, it was only as a pastime or for the purpose of vain self-aggrandisement!
Now at the beginning of every matter the human being always has only the free decision, the free choice, into which The All-Power streaming through him is to be guided according to a certain direction. The consequences arising from The Power activated in the direction intended by him, he must then bear.
For spiritually free human beings procreation should be nothing but the proof of their willingness to take a strange human spirit into the family as a permanent guest, offering it the opportunity on earth to atone and to mature! Only when both sides have the fervent wish to achieve this purpose should the opportunity for procreation be sought!
Only those exhibiting the most reprehensible thoughtlessness can imagine that the purpose of man's existence consists primarily of pursuing and gaining physical necessities and enjoyments, and that at the last moment, through a few beautiful words and some external ceremonies, he could be conveniently freed from all guilt and from the consequences of his own indolent carelessness during his life on earth! The passage through life and the step into the beyond at physical death is not the same as an everyday journey for which one only needs to buy a ticket at the last moment!
Working together and having the same high aims are as necessary for a sound marriage as exercise and fresh air are indispensable for a healthy body.
Now just as here our physical body is sensitive to its surroundings of a homogeneous nature, which it can therefore see, hear and feel, so is it exactly the same in those parts of Creation whose consistency is not like ours. The ethereal man in the so-called beyond feels, hears and sees only his homogeneous ethereal environment; the higher spiritual man again can only feel his spiritual environment.
It always weakens a prayer to make it manifold. Neither does a child come to its father with seven requests at a time, but only with that which is nearest to its heart, whether a grief or a wish.