1987.06.28 Sacred Covenants
08-27-2013, 09:35 AM,
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1987.06.28 Sacred Covenants
This Q'uo speaks a little on the nature of relationships, and the the reason why 2 people might work together (including the marriage act).

very insightful.

peace y'all seekers.

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Let us say that upon the one hand those who wish to do spiritual work together, but not physical or mental work together, are wiser to maintain the relationship of companions which are upon the road together and wish to help each other. It is a relationship which concentrates upon the present moment. The uses of memory and of looking towards the future are somewhat limited in such a spiritually oriented relationship. Just as the spiritual side of a lover’s relationship is fragmented and often lost, the journey taken by those who are spiritually agreed to journey together may be very rich and satisfying. Very productive work may be accomplished. Each may serve as mirror to the other, each aiding the spiritual journey of the other, and deep friendship may ensue, that friendship which eliminates time and space.

The seekers which wish to do spiritual work together, emotional work together, mental work and physical work together, all at once, take for themselves an added burden and an added hope—the hope of fulfilling the covenant. If each of you is a crystalline being attempting to hone, clarify and sharpen that crystal which lies within, so too a relationship which has been stated clearly, spiritually and angelically is a crystal also, and throughout the life experience each of the two in the married pair may do all those things which are given to those who agree to seek together, yet there is also the responsibility for physical, mental and emotional loving, cherishing and honoring. The conditions are more clear, the responsibilities are greater and the end result is a crystalline structure that may become part of the higher self of both in the marriage, not only within the life experience, but in the cosmic or eternal portion of the self, until such time as personhood is no longer. Those who have created the jewel of a promise fulfilled create a light source that, like all other light sources of love in the creation, are available whatever the time, whatever the space.

It is difficult for us to give to this instrument our words, for the nature in truth of metaphysical marriage contains a third party. This is not a thought which this instrument finds easy to channel, however, in any metaphysical covenant there is a third party which overshadows both entities. You may call that being the Creator in whatever face you see. Perhaps we would do best to call it living love. Those who do not marry and seek together, seek alone for the face of love. Those who seek through the covenant of marriage incorporate that which they seek into their seeking. This gives to those who grasp and understand the metaphysical meaning of marriage a gracefulness and a tenderness that would not come naturally otherwise.

There are other covenants that are most valuable. The covenant between parent and child, between friend and friend, between brother and sister, are all beautiful and spiritually useful. Yet, perhaps, it is in the completeness of the covenant of marriage that its great strength lies, for in no other covenant do two people give to another body, emotion, mind and spirit. Two together then seek instead of one and one.

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rest here:

http://www.llresearch.org/transcripts/issues/1987/1987_0628.aspx
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08-27-2013, 09:45 AM,
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RE: 1987.06.28 Sacred Covenants
Would tend to agree, from observation, that relationship based searching is more efficient though by no means the only way and not to be clinged to if other ways are "faster".
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08-27-2013, 08:56 PM,
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(08-27-2013, 09:35 AM)plenum Wrote:  ...Those who have created the jewel of a promise fulfilled create a light source that, like all other light sources of love in the creation, are available whatever the time, whatever the space...

That's beautiful !

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08-02-2017, 10:10 PM,
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(08-27-2013, 09:35 AM)Bring4th_Plenum Wrote:  This Q'uo speaks a little on the nature of relationships, and the the reason why 2 people might work together (including the marriage act).

very insightful.

peace y'all seekers.

- -

Let us say that upon the one hand those who wish to do spiritual work together, but not physical or mental work together, are wiser to maintain the relationship of companions which are upon the road together and wish to help each other. It is a relationship which concentrates upon the present moment. The uses of memory and of looking towards the future are somewhat limited in such a spiritually oriented relationship. Just as the spiritual side of a lover’s relationship is fragmented and often lost, the journey taken by those who are spiritually agreed to journey together may be very rich and satisfying. Very productive work may be accomplished. Each may serve as mirror to the other, each aiding the spiritual journey of the other, and deep friendship may ensue, that friendship which eliminates time and space.

The seekers which wish to do spiritual work together, emotional work together, mental work and physical work together, all at once, take for themselves an added burden and an added hope—the hope of fulfilling the covenant. If each of you is a crystalline being attempting to hone, clarify and sharpen that crystal which lies within, so too a relationship which has been stated clearly, spiritually and angelically is a crystal also, and throughout the life experience each of the two in the married pair may do all those things which are given to those who agree to seek together, yet there is also the responsibility for physical, mental and emotional loving, cherishing and honoring. The conditions are more clear, the responsibilities are greater and the end result is a crystalline structure that may become part of the higher self of both in the marriage, not only within the life experience, but in the cosmic or eternal portion of the self, until such time as personhood is no longer. Those who have created the jewel of a promise fulfilled create a light source that, like all other light sources of love in the creation, are available whatever the time, whatever the space.

It is difficult for us to give to this instrument our words, for the nature in truth of metaphysical marriage contains a third party. This is not a thought which this instrument finds easy to channel, however, in any metaphysical covenant there is a third party which overshadows both entities. You may call that being the Creator in whatever face you see. Perhaps we would do best to call it living love. Those who do not marry and seek together, seek alone for the face of love. Those who seek through the covenant of marriage incorporate that which they seek into their seeking. This gives to those who grasp and understand the metaphysical meaning of marriage a gracefulness and a tenderness that would not come naturally otherwise.

There are other covenants that are most valuable. The covenant between parent and child, between friend and friend, between brother and sister, are all beautiful and spiritually useful. Yet, perhaps, it is in the completeness of the covenant of marriage that its great strength lies, for in no other covenant do two people give to another body, emotion, mind and spirit. Two together then seek instead of one and one.

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rest here:

http://www.llresearch.org/transcripts/issues/1987/1987_0628.aspx
True words in my small opinion, and points to the very way of creation. Coming together, to return to one.
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