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Our Topsy Turvy World: Discourses from “Así Hablaba Quetzalcóatl (Thus Spoke Quetzalcóatl),” Part 1 of 2

2022-11-09
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“Así Hablaba Quetzalcóatl (Thus Spoke Quetzalcóatl)” is a beautiful tale that offers upliftment to all Truth seekers yearning for spiritual understanding. In His offering of discourses to earnest seekers, we see that Quetzalcóatl (vegetarian) highlights the importance of the inward journey. Transcending both time and space, this journey connects us with the inner Heavenly Light and Music. Today, we are pleased to present selections from ‘Así Hablaba Quetzalcóatl (Thus Spoke Quetzalcóatl),’ where the Enlightened Master teaches us that not all things are as they seem.

A NORMAL MAN “An elder who came from far away lands, from a city called Chichen Itza, went towards Quetzalcóatl and told Him: You should be full of pride, and Your heart should feel happy for being successful in getting through with Your words, what neither kings with their armies and forces, nor priests with their threats and prayers, could do. And He answered him: Because people don’t do what is normal; don’t you try to elevate me, the one doing what is normal. An earthenware pot was given to people, not to be filled with hate and selfishness, but to be filled with Love. A mouth was given to people, not to be used as a sword, but to console. A head was given to people, not be filled up with machinations against their fellow human, but to become awakened towards understanding and knowledge.”

DO IN SILENCE “Nevertheless, I will tell you something he never said himself: every day when the sun rose over the town, he was already walking along its streets so as to, in its silence, look for necessity. And while walking through them, he was praying in his heart, asking for strength for all his brothers and sisters in town, so that they could transcend the problems that day could bring with it. And in the silence of anonymity he made charity reach those who needed it. And also in silence, he helped with his words those who asked for them. And Quetzalcóatl said: Indeed, I tell you that the latter does not need to go to the temple, because he himself is a temple. Meanwhile, the first one, how many times must he walk back and forth the way from his house to the temple, in order to lessen the remorse and uneasiness of his conscience? Truly, closer to the Father is the one who does His Will.”

MY INNER DAWN “And the lark answered him: It is something else that fills my throat and makes it sing at early hours. At evening, when day and daylight leave us, I think they will never come back again, and I anxiously wait for their return. Then, when I see them again, I celebrate the battle fought against darkness beyond the horizon of our sight, and how they conquered it in order to give us light.”
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