Miracles

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People think of miracles as being beyond science. In fact, miracles are always the outpicturing of science—a science we have not probed or understood. Every miracle that Jesus ever performed was the fulfillment of cosmic law. Jesus used the violet flame in his miracle at Cana, where he changed water into wine.

Saint Germain explains the science behind the miracle of Christ walking on the water:

Two thousand years ago when Christ walked upon the waters of the Sea of Galilee, his demonstration was a manifestation of the natural law of levitation operating within an energy framework of cohesion, adhesion, and magnetism—the very principles which make orbital flight possible. The light atoms composing the body of Christ absorbed at will an additional quantity of cosmic rays and spiritual substance whose kinship to physical light made his whole body light, thereby making it as easy for him to walk upon the sea as upon dry land.
His body was purely a ray of light shining upon the waters. The most dazzling conception of all was his ability to transfer this authority over energy to Peter through the power of Peter’s own vision of the Christ in radiant, illumined manifestation.
By taking his eyes temporarily from the Christ, however, Peter entered a human fear vibration and vortex which immediately densified his body, causing it to sink partially beneath the raging seas. The comforting hand of Christ, extended in pure love, reunited the alchemical tie; and the flow of spiritual energy through his hand raised Peter once again to safety[1]

The violet flame, because it is so close to the physical vibration of our own atoms and our own bodies, is the flame and the ray that we use for all miracles. If you begin to use the violet flame daily, you will see what appear to be miracles in your life.

Mother Mary explains:

Miracles are indeed a fulfillment of cosmic law and not an exception, and they come about because of the graces that are stored in the causal body of those involved. Thus, miracles do happen but every miracle is in the framework of that which is possible and according to the Divine Plan and the Law itself.[2]

See also

Alchemy

Sources

Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Talk with Angels: How to Work with Angels of Light for Guidance, Comfort and Healing.

  1. Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Saint Germain On Alchemy: Formulas for Self-Transformation, p. 3.
  2. {{POWref|30|21|, May 24, 1987.