05
July
2017

Birth of God in us

Birth of God in us

Without the virgin Mother, without purity and listening (and hearing) - the birth of God (in each of us) cannot take place. We need to "hear" the Word of God, to be able to give birth.

After hearing the Word, a long time is needed to let the child grow - He needs nourishment, which only the Mother can give. This is a long process and can take tens of years.

The main obstacle is how we can be able to purify ourselves to become the virginal Mother.

Written by: Reijo Oksanen Categories: Christianity

31
May
2017

Pentecostal Fire

Pentecost Icon

At the end of this Talk with Agi Reijo said: I like it the way you start talking every time with freshness as if you had forgotten all the reactive ways of expression and can start anew from the beginning. Agi: I only prepare myself and through that I get a theme, but I do not work it out in any way. It is formulated in me out of the present moment; what I express comes to me when we start talking.

Written by: Reijo Oksanen Categories: arssacra

26
April
2010

The Common Spiritual Background of the Cathedral of Chartres and the Altar of Isenheim

Two extracts of a book now available in electronic formats in PDF.

The Veneration of Mary, the Octave and the Enneagram:
The purpose of human being in the creation and the cause of his suffering.

In the world of appearances
Love manifests itself
as law.

Written by: Agnes Hidvéghy Categories: Altar of Isenheim

24
November
2009

Hans Christian Andersen: Shadow

In very hot climates, where the heat of the sun has great power, people are usually as brown as mahogany; and in the hottest countries they are negroes, with black skins. A learned man once travelled into one of these warm climates, from the cold regions of the north, and thought he would roam about as he did at home; but he soon had to change his opinion. He found that, like all sensible people, he must remain in the house during the whole day, with every window and door closed, so that it looked as if all in the house were asleep or absent. The houses of the narrow street in which he lived were so lofty that the sun shone upon them from morning till evening, and it became quite unbearable. This learned man from the cold regions was young as well as clever; but it seemed to him as if he were sitting in an oven, and he became quite exhausted and weak, and grew so thin that his shadow shrivelled up, and became much smaller than it had been at home.

Written by: Agnes Hidvéghy Categories: arssacra

05
April
2008

Birth of Light

The Story of the Birth of Christ in Us

Introduction

"God became man."
That is the Christmas message.
Here and now, in the present and
always, everywhere in the universe.

Written by: Agnes Hidvéghy Categories: Christianity

09
April
2003

Jelaleddin Rumi: It Is As It Is (Fihi Ma Fihi)

This is the first chapter of Jelaleddin Rumi's only known prose work originally published in English as "Discourses of Rumi". This original was translated by A. J. Arberry, published in 1961.
The present sample is from a version based on the Arberry translation, though with changes, and made by Doug Marman (Little Known Publications).

Written by: Agnes Hidvéghy Categories: arssacra

11
July
2001

Shaykh Naqshbandi Erzinjani: The Cities of the Soul

As I was wandering in this temporal world, Allah led me to a straight path. Walking on it in a state between sleep and awakening, as if in a dream, I reached a city which was enveloped in darkness.

It was so vast, I could neither see nor conceive of its limits. This city contained everything which was created. There were people from all nations and races. So crowded were the streets that one could hardly walk, so noisy was it that one could hardly hear oneself or others. All the ugly actions of all the creatures, all the sins known and unknown to me, surrounded me. In awe and amazement I watched the strange scene.

Written by: Agnes Hidvéghy Categories: arssacra

25
January
2000

Anonymous: The Hymn of the Pearl

Imbedded within the Acts of Thomas we find a beautiful and complete statement of a classic Gnostic myth describing the exile and redemption of the soul. The text is known both as the "Hymn of the Pearl" and occasionally as "Hymn of the Robe of Glory". What astounds most is that such a clear rendition of the Gnostic mythos survived within a text which residing for centuries on the shelves of orthodox archives.

Written by: Agnes Hidvéghy Categories: Christianity

13
December
1998

Hyemeyohsts Storm: The Story of Jumping Mouse

Written by in Seven Arrows (1972 Harper & Row, New York)

Once there was a little mouse. He was a busy mouse, searching everywhere, touching his whiskers to the grass, and looking about. He was busy as all mice are, busy with mice things. But once in a while he would hear an odd sound. He would lift his head, squinting hard to see, his whiskers wiggling in the air, and he would wonder. One day he scurried up to a fellow mouse and asked him, Do you hear a roaring in your ears, my brother?

Written by: Agnes Hidvéghy Categories: arssacra

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