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  Wednesday, 16 September 2015
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Hello Instructors,

I need some assistance interpreting symbols from my higher beings. Awake in a dream some months ago, I went to see my Divine mother and she came out of this hut with a broom in her hand, we talked and I left. I will like to know whether there is an additional symbolism to the broom. In my African culture a broom is used to clean up a house.

Moreover, today I met my Divine mother in her Angelic splendour and her wings flapping, she said I should practice "Devotion and prayer more seriously" I personally have not been a church goer for more than 7 years. I've been independent. I will like to get some assistance on Lectures on Devotion and Prayer I could study better to understand her meaning. She took me to see my Inner being, when meeting him he said "We are of the 4th Rekha" from my preliminary search on this it. Rekha comes from sanskrit which means "Line" or straight path. I interpreted the 4th Rekha to mean the Fourth Ray of the Light, whose Chohan is Serapis Bey. I don't know if my intepretations are correct, but I will appreciate the help of any Instructors in understanding these messages.

Inverential Peace,
8 years ago
Certainly the Divine Mother must sweep away all the garbage from the attic of our mind.

This we learn to do through opening our hearts in prayer, since mystical death occurs as we develop the comprehension and superior sentiment of the heart.

This does not mean we need to go to church, since the temple of the Divine Mother is in the heart.

As for the symbolism of the 4th Rehka or the Fourth Ray, study The Seven Words, specifically this section!

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

8 years ago
Thanks very much for the reply @Almustafa,
So my understanding is the devotion and prayer to our Divine Mother comes with the development of our heart chakra? Since the divine mother reigns in the heart.

The reference is on the Seven words is wonderful. My friend has the Divine science book I'll check it out for more references.

Inverential Peace,
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