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May 2018


Dearest eNews readers,

Earlier this month it had already been a while that I'd been fretting about an administrative misunderstanding that will probably cause us to lose my sister Laura's care budget after next month. Because of my many attempts to correct the injustice, I had become so focused on this problem that éverything had started to feel like a problem. In his books, when Master Morya talks about problems he regularly warns us about the trap I was finding myself snared in - I had become overly serious about everything and this state of affairs had turned me into a catty and disgruntled person. 

Until when at some point I was in the bathroom brushing my teeth and the brushing somehow made me calm. Suddenly I looked around at the bathroom with new eyes. My thoughts went out to all those people in the world who don't have a bathroom or even a toilet, and a great feeling of gratitude spontaneously welled up in me. At that same moment I felt that I had instantly been freed from my bitter seriousness and dissatisfaction!

When you are so very busy with problems, limitations, injustices or miseries, you sometimes start to believe that this is the reality and it makes your life feel small and tedious. Gratitude is then one of those forces that, to me, when you are able to connect to it, throws everything open and again gives you that broader perspective, a relaxed feeling, and a new access to the great love that is in your heart. 

This month I've chosen a text from the very first book about the beneficial tension of trying to be yourself. eRegards from Marie

Meditation for the full moon of 29th May 2018

Master Morya,

When you begin to do things for another out of love, you will experience yourself becoming a different person.

Venturing to becoming himself or herself and daring to do things that are important is man’s great urge. But many things get in the way of this such as the elements of fear and anxiety. The element of the material plays a part too, as does the mirroring element. So does rest, when it is seen as an achievement. Man will say to himself, “When I rest, I’m doing something that’s good for myself,” and so rest becomes an achievement. But rest is not an achievement. Rest is something that follows a tension. Only after you have experienced a tension can you come to a real rest. For if you don’t have tension and if you don’t dare endure it – if in other words, you don’t dare experience the poles – then you cannot come to a real rest.

If, as a woman, you never dare be a woman and don’t allow a man to be a man, then you can’t ever come to relaxation, to real rest. For then you won’t have had the feeling that there has been a tension, that there has been a polarity, and this is necessary in life. This alternation is necessary and is brought into life by pushing the polarities to the extreme, by a man becoming a man, ever more and always different. For becoming a man is a process, a growth. You are not a man, you become a man just as you are not a woman but you become a woman. This is very peculiar, for it is possible to be a woman in a thousand different ways, just as it is possible to be a man in a thousand different ways.

It is a real challenge to become what you are. You must learn to look into the depths of existence, to focus your consciousness there and learn to go beyond the point where you are now. What is the power that is in the life of a man and how is it possible to control it? In other words, how can he handle this power? What is the rightful form, the depth of a woman? What energy inspires her and how can she weave her energy into her life, going always further and further, so that she can give expression to the beauty that is in her soul? These are energies that are important in life and that ‘become’ what they are. A Deeper Sense of Life

Master Morya

© Geert Crevits,

From “Morya Wisdom 1: A Deeper Sense of Life
Fragment from chapter 12

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Every book a different treasure

In every one of his books Master Morya speaks about how to become more yourself, about what love is and how to discover and develop the love that is in your own heart. Each book gives valuable advice on how to live a spiritual life in a modern world, on learning to believe in your own intuition and the best way of dealing with the world and the people around you...

However, some books cover specific topics that are not at all or only slightly touched on in the other books. Below is a short list of eye-catching bigger or smaller topics dealt with in each book.... (To be clear, this is just a selection. Each book has màny more subjects and insights to offer!)

For more information about a book, click on the title or cover image.

Morya Wisdom 1: A deeper sense of life

The power of pursuing a goal - karma - being mentally unstable - becoming the best thief - wanting to find rest - love and being in love - love and sexuality - loneliness - money and capitalism - investing money - art - poliitical elections - love and evil - the spiral of violence - suicide - dealing with time - the consciousness of an atom

Morya Wisdom 1: A deeper sense of life

Morya Wisdom 2: Simplicity

How do I ask the right questions - asthma and difficulties breathing - initiation - how to break free of your parents - pregnancy - being inconsolable - the energy of the will - how to deal with your body - the third eye - the physical heart - the fiery world

Morya Wisdom 2: Simplicity

Morya Wisdom 3: God lives in your heart

Keeping secrets - the eyes of your heart - the power of imagination - the breath of your soul - what is letting go - praying for your children - your true name - prism of the mind - sentiment and love - Saint Joseph - Adam and Eve - Jehovah's witnesses - crying - hypnosis - postnatal depression - burial or cremation - murderers and karma

Morya Wisdom 3: God lives in your heart

Morya Wisdom 4: Trust in yourself

Doubts - pain and loneliness - making your own prayers - death is a small step - relaxing your thoughts - the process of peace - anxiety and other feelings - learning to meditate - judging and condemning - angels who aren't angels (the mirror sphere) - joy and pleasure - if God is too abstract - dreams

Morya Wisdom 4: Trust in yourself

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