Secret chamber of the heart

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The secret chamber of the heart

Your threefold flame of life is sealed in the eight-petaled chakra called the hidden, or secret, chamber of your heart. The threefold flame, or “divine spark,” makes your heart a replica of the heart of God. It is literally a spark of sacred fire from God’s own heart. The threefold flame is your soul’s point of contact with the Supreme Source of all life. It is your potential to become the fullness of all that your Real Self is.

The threefold flame has three “plumes” that embody the three primary attributes of God. The blue plume (on your left) embodies God’s power.The yellow plume (in the center) embodies God’s wisdom, and the pink plume (on your right) embodies God’s love. By accessing the power, wisdom, and love of the Godhead anchored in your threefold flame, you can fulfill your reason for being.

The white-fire core out of which the flame springs forth is the wholeness of the Father-Mother God, the Alpha and Omega, which manifest the beginning and the ending of all cycles of your being.

When we decree, we meditate on the flame in the secret chamber of our heart. This secret chamber is your own private meditation room, your interior castle, as Teresa of Avila called it. In Hindu tradition, the devotee visualizes a jeweled island in his heart. There he sees himself before a beautiful altar, where he worships his teacher in deep meditation.

Jesus spoke of entering the secret chamber of the heart when he said: “When thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly.”[1] Going into your closet to pray is going into another dimension of consciousness. It’s entering into the heart and closing the door on the outside world.

In a discourse on the threefold flame and the secret chamber of the heart, the ascended master Saint Germain says:

Your heart is indeed one of the choicest gifts of God. Within it there is a central chamber surrounded by such light and protection that we call it a “cosmic interval.” It is a chamber separated from matter, and no probing could ever discover it. It occupies simultaneously not only the third and fourth dimensions but also other dimensions unknown to man. It is thus the connecting point of the mighty silver cord of light that descends from your God Presence to sustain the beating of your physical heart, giving you life, purpose and cosmic integration.[2]

Djwal Kul speaks of the secret chamber of the heart:

Specifically the soul’s awakening to the consciousness of the kingdom begins in the hidden chamber of the heart. I would speak of this chamber as the house of the Lord of which David spoke when he said, “Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.”[3]
David knew his Lord as the hidden man of the heart dwelling in the hidden chamber of the heart. When David said, “The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want,”[4] he spoke of his guru, his own Christ Self, upon whose law he meditated day and night.
Throughout all time, the sons and daughters of God who have come into the initiations of hierarchy have been received in sacred audience in the hidden chamber of the heart by the hidden man of the heart. To Hindus and Buddhists, this hidden chamber is the secondary heart chakra, an eight-petaled lotus that is identified within the twelve-petaled heart chakra.
It is the place where the chela contacts the guru. It is the place where the laws of cosmos are written in the inward parts of man, the laws handed down through the world’s religions—the precepts of the Vedas and Upanishads, the Avesta, the Tao Te Ching, the Dhammapada and Eightfold Path of the Buddha, the Torah and the Ten Commandments, the Sermon on the Mount, and the Koran.
For the law is inscribed upon the inner walls of the hidden chamber of the heart. Here the psalmist delighted in the law of the Lord.[5] Here he visualized, like his counterpart in the East, the sea of nectar, the island of gems, fragrant flowers, trees symbolizing the branches of spiritual teaching bearing the fruit of the Spirit. Here the Eastern devotee visualizes the platform and the throne constructed of fiery jewels.
Here on the throne ensconced in lotus flame is the guru, the Christ Self, who receives the soul of the initiate. Here the psalmist also walked. Here he became like the tree of life planted by the rivers of water bringing forth the fruit, the flow of the energies of the heart chakra, in season and in cycle.[6]
This chamber is the sanctuary of meditation, the place to which the souls of the lightbearers withdraw.[7]

See also

Chakras

Threefold flame

For more information

Kuthumi and Djwal Kul, The Human Aura: How to Activate and Energize Your Aura and Chakras

Sources

Kuthumi and Djwal Kul, The Human Aura: How to Activate and Energize Your Aura and Chakras.

  1. Matt. 6:6.
  2. Saint Germain, “A Trilogy on the Threefold Flame of Life,” in Saint Germain On Alchemy, p. 350.
  3. Ps. 23:6.
  4. Ps. 23:1.
  5. Ps. 1:2.
  6. Ps. 1:3.
  7. {Kuthumi and Djwal Kul, The Human Aura: How to Activate and Energize Your Aura and Chakras, boot 2, chapter 4.