Full Moon Reflection in Taurus

Keynote:   “I see, and when the eye is opened, all is light”

Wesak marks the highpoint of the spiritual year when forces of enlightenment associated with the Buddha pour into the planet.

The Wesak Festival is generally known as the Festival of the Buddha.  In a legend, full of imagery, He is said to make an annual appearance in a secluded valley somewhere in the Himalayas at the exact time of the full moon of Taurus.  He appears for a brief period and enacts a water ceremony before His great brother, the Christ, and an assembly of adepts and disciples.

Buddha Wesak Day

The potency of the Buddha’s presence is such that it cannot be endured for long by the assembled group.  The moment of His approach is characterised by a great Silence, said to be brimming with vitality and significance.  The Buddha’s blessing, stepped down by the Christ, is radiated throughout the gathering and into the world.

During this highpoint of the year our greatest service is to prepare ourselves spiritually for the energy pouring into humanity, and to hold the inner connection in daily life, visualising ourselves as a pure channel of light in alignment with the keynote of Taurus:

I see, and when the eye is opened all is Light.” 

The goals of “clear seeing, pure joyful will and the death of personality desire” lie before us; and as these goals are progressively achieved, it becomes possible to live consciously within the aura of the spiritual group to which our soul naturally belongs.

The Wesak Festival is truly a group effort, an accumulated aspiration to be part of the chain of Hierarchy – one great cosmic magnet – through which the spiritual tide of energy from Taurus, and from the Buddha, can flow into human hearts and minds, unifying, lifting and revealing the fact of the kingdom of God.

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