Zarathustra's retreat

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Zarathustra has said that we are “candidates to come to my retreat.” He calls it the place prepared, a mighty retreat that is a replica of the secret chamber of the heart, your very own heart. The location of Zarathustra’s retreat has not been released. Zarathustra explains why:

I look forward to welcoming you there, beloved ones, yet I have not released the whereabouts of this retreat, nor shall I. For when you make attunement with your own heart, beloved ones, and when you are in that heart as the devotee of the God within your heart, then so know and so understand: you shall not be able to avoid reaching that retreat of mine that is the replica of the secret chamber of the heart. Thus, I will tell you one thing. It is deep within the mountains. But which mountains, beloved, you will have to discover for yourselves.[1]

See also

Zarathustra

Sources

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Masters and Their Retreats, “Zarathustra’s Retreat.”

  1. Zarathustra, “Thou Purging Fire!” Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 35, no. 36, September 6, 1992.