In January of this year, 2017, I applied each daily Prayer to Passage blog post with one of my most beloved books, “A Course in Miracles” scribed by Helen Schucman. It was a blessing and a delight to meditate within those scriptures for the opening of 2017. In numerology, 2 + 0 + 1 + 7 = 10. 1 + 0 = 1.
1: Resurrection and new beginnings!
This month, May 2017, I have chosen to devote this daily practice of meditation within the ancient Sanskrit texts of the “Rig Veda”, inspired by Pamela Aaralyn’s April 2017 YouTube broadcast of a channeling of Yeshua in which the “Rig Veda” was mentioned. I will share Pamela’s video at the bottom of this post. Thank you, beloved Pamela Aaralyn! May Day blessings and miracles to all! All my love.
Today’s Prayer to Passage will begin within the “Rig Veda”.
Today I pray, “Dear God, Thank You for the calm, peaceful nature of my life. I have much gratitude for the many continued blessings I receive. Amen.”
Following my prayer, I held the closed book in my hands and opened it to reveal this passage:
“HYMN VIII. Agni.
1. O AGNI urged to strength, the men of old who loved the Law enkindled thee,
the Ancient, for their aid,
Thee very bright, and holy, nourisher of all, most excellent, the Friend and Master of the home.
2 Thee, Agni, men have stablished as their guest of old, as Master of the household, thee, with hair of flame;
High-bannered, multiform, distributor of wealth, kind helper, good protector, drier of the floods.
3 The tribes of men praise thee, Agni, who knowest well burnt offerings, the Discerner, lavishest of wealth,
Dwelling in secret, Blest One! visible to all, loud-roaring, skilled in worship, glorified with oil.
4 Ever to thee, O Agni, as exceeding strong have we drawn nigh with songs and reverence singing hymns.
So be thou pleased with us, Aṅgiras! as a God enkindled by the noble with man’s goodly light.
5 Thou, Agni! multiform, God who art lauded much! givest in every house subsistence as of old.
Thou rulest by thy might o’er food of many a sort: that light of thine when blazing may not be opposed.
6 The Gods, Most Youthful Agni, have made thee, inflamed, the bearer of oblations and the messenger.
Thee, widely-reaching, homed in sacred oil, invoked, effulgent, have they made the Eye that stirs the thought.
7 Men seeking joy have lit thee worshipped from of old, O Agni, with good fuel and with sacred oil.
So thou, bedewed and waxing mighty by the plants, spreadest thyself abroad over the realms of earth.”
I love the praise nature that exists within this writing. I love the new connection to praise within which I am now receiving. In this first post within the “Rigveda”, I already feel reverence. I already feel calm. The writing does not detrqact from calm reverence, rather, the writing nourishes an already calm and reverent being within me. In this, I recognize Yeshua’s love for these writings. In this, I recognize my own love.