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The flames of God which may be invoked by those who desire to expand the [[Christ consciousness]] are many. Following is a list of those which have special importance for the evolutions of this solar system. Regardless of their color, all of the flames have a white-fire core of purity which embodies all of the attributes of God.
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The flames of [[God]] which may be invoked by those who desire to expand the [[Christ consciousness]] are many. Following is a list of those which have special importance for the evolutions of this solar system. Regardless of their color, all of the flames have a white-fire core of purity which embodies all of the attributes of God.
 
 
 
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! style="text-align: left;" | Flame !! style="text-align: left;" | Color !! style="text-align: left;" | Action
 
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| Flame of faith, power, perfection, protection and the will of God
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| Flame of faith, power, perfection, protection and the will of God (also known as the flame of cosmic worth)
 
| Blue
 
| Blue
| An activity of the [[first ray]]
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| An activity of the first ray
 
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| Flame of wisdom, intelligence and illumination (focusing the Mind of God)
 
| Flame of wisdom, intelligence and illumination (focusing the Mind of God)
 
| Yellow
 
| Yellow
| An activity of the [[second ray]]
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| An activity of the second ray
 
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| Flame of adoration, love and beauty  
 
| Flame of adoration, love and beauty  
 
| Pink
 
| Pink
| An activity of the [[third ray]]
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| An activity of the third ray
 
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| Flame of purity (focusing the inherent design of all creation), also known as the ascension flame
 
| Flame of purity (focusing the inherent design of all creation), also known as the ascension flame
 
| White
 
| White
| An activity of the [[fourth ray]]
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| An activity of the fourth ray
 
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| [[Flame of healing]]
 
| [[Flame of healing]]
 
| Emerald green
 
| Emerald green
| An activity of the [[fifth ray]]
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| An activity of the fifth ray
 
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| Flame of precipitation, abundance and supply
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| [[Flame of precipitation]], abundance and supply
 
| Chinese green tinged with gold
 
| Chinese green tinged with gold
 
| An activity of the fifth ray
 
| An activity of the fifth ray
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| Flame of ministration and service
 
| Flame of ministration and service
 
| Purple and gold
 
| Purple and gold
| An activity of the [[sixth ray]]
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| An activity of the sixth ray
 
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| Flame of freedom and transmutation, also known as the violet singing flame
 
| Flame of freedom and transmutation, also known as the violet singing flame
 
| Violet
 
| Violet
| An activity of the [[seventh ray]]
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| An activity of the seventh ray
 
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| Mercy flame
 
| Mercy flame
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| Mother-of-pearl
 
| Mother-of-pearl
 
| An activity of the sixth ray
 
| An activity of the sixth ray
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| Ascension flame (also known as the flame of purity)
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| White
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| An activity of the fourth ray
 
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| Flame of comfort (also known as the flame of the [[Holy Spirit]])
 
| Flame of comfort (also known as the flame of the [[Holy Spirit]])
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| [[Fearlessness flame]]
 
| [[Fearlessness flame]]
| white tinged with green
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| White tinged with green
 
| An activity of the fourth and fifth rays
 
| An activity of the fourth and fifth rays
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| [[Emerald-teal ray]]
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| Emerald-teal, blue and green
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| An activity of the first and fifth rays; used for the sealing of the mind, the mental body, the crown chakra and the third eye
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| [[Golden pink glow-ray]]
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| A blending of gold and pink
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| An activity of the second and third rays
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| [[Crystal ray]]
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| Intense white fire that looks like the rock crystal intensified as a brilliant light
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| An action of destroying or uncreating works that have been created by man which are not in keeping with the immaculate conception
 
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Mark L. Prophet, ''Understanding Yourself: Opening the Door to the Superconscious Mind'' (1985), pp. 140–41.
 
Mark L. Prophet, ''Understanding Yourself: Opening the Door to the Superconscious Mind'' (1985), pp. 140–41.
  
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Latest revision as of 12:57, 21 May 2019

The flames of God which may be invoked by those who desire to expand the Christ consciousness are many. Following is a list of those which have special importance for the evolutions of this solar system. Regardless of their color, all of the flames have a white-fire core of purity which embodies all of the attributes of God.

Flame Color Action
Flame of faith, power, perfection, protection and the will of God (also known as the flame of cosmic worth) Blue An activity of the first ray
Flame of wisdom, intelligence and illumination (focusing the Mind of God) Yellow An activity of the second ray
Flame of adoration, love and beauty Pink An activity of the third ray
Flame of purity (focusing the inherent design of all creation), also known as the ascension flame White An activity of the fourth ray
Flame of healing Emerald green An activity of the fifth ray
Flame of precipitation, abundance and supply Chinese green tinged with gold An activity of the fifth ray
Flame of ministration and service Purple and gold An activity of the sixth ray
Flame of freedom and transmutation, also known as the violet singing flame Violet An activity of the seventh ray
Mercy flame Shades ranging from pink-violet to orchid and deep purple (visualizing a pink center around the white fire core of the mercy flame will intensify the action of Divine Love within the quality of forgiveness) An activity of the seventh ray
Mighty Cosmos’ secret rays Unknown Five flames whose colors have not been revealed, which may be invoked with great personal and planetary benefit
Threefold flame, also known as the flame of the Christ because it focuses the balanced action of love, wisdom and power, a prerequisite to Christhood Pink, gold and blue Three plumes anchored in the heart of the God Presence, the Christ Self and the physical body of man, an activity of the first, second and third rays
Resurrection flame Mother-of-pearl An activity of the sixth ray
Ascension flame (also known as the flame of purity) White An activity of the fourth ray
Flame of comfort (also known as the flame of the Holy Spirit) White tinged with a delicate pink An an activity of the third and fourth rays
Cosmic honor flame Golden yellow, often used in conjunction with the purple flame An activity of the fourth and sixth rays
Flame of peace Mother-of-pearl An activity of the sixth ray
Fearlessness flame White tinged with green An activity of the fourth and fifth rays
Emerald-teal ray Emerald-teal, blue and green An activity of the first and fifth rays; used for the sealing of the mind, the mental body, the crown chakra and the third eye
Golden pink glow-ray A blending of gold and pink An activity of the second and third rays
Crystal ray Intense white fire that looks like the rock crystal intensified as a brilliant light An action of destroying or uncreating works that have been created by man which are not in keeping with the immaculate conception

A simple method of visualizing the flames is to fix in mind the memory of a blazing campfire; retaining the concept of the action of the physical flames, see them take on the color of the God flame you desire to invoke. Now enlarge your image of the flames to fill your entire consciousness. Then visualize yourself stepping into the center of God’s flaming Presence and feel his love enfold you as a thousand-petaled lotus—each flame a petal of God’s all-embracing consciousness.

See also

Seven rays

Sources

Mark L. Prophet, Understanding Yourself: Opening the Door to the Superconscious Mind (1985), pp. 140–41.

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Masters and the Spiritual Path, pp. 66–67.