The Africa Seminary module on the theme of cultivating a relationship to the Etheric Christ in understanding the Christ Impulse in us held from 12 to 14 May
reported by John-Peter Gernaat
In the opening lecture Rev. Michaël Merle presented the mystery of the I-organisation. Since the Deed on Golgotha human beings bear a part of our I-constitution as an incarnated experience. Yet, there is a part of our I-constitution that is held “by our guardian angel as a mother holds a baby in her womb” that we reach up to as an inspiration for our development on earth. Our higher “I” aims at becoming a reflection of the “True ‘I’”. The “True ‘I’” is a reflection of the Christ “I” that lives as a reality within the human being. The was further explored through the “I”- statements of Christ and through an artistic experience with three primary colours. In the closing presentation we tried to understand how we can unite with this impulse of the “I” to connect with the Christ who is the source of creative activity and use this is life. A more detailed report on the Seminary Module will appear on the Africa Seminary website.
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