Those who want to kill Christhood

Ascended Master Saint Germain, June 12, 2010 through Kim Michaels.


For some of these false teachers do indeed understand that if enough people raised themselves beyond duality, then their power over that society would quickly come to an end. That is why they are so anxious to destroy the potential for people manifesting their Christhood. That is why King Herod killed all the male babies to kill the one Christ. That is why the Catholic Church have done everything they could to kill Jesus’ example. That is why the communist system did everything they could to kill individuality, so that no Christed being could rise and challenge them.

Dare to be the Christed beings. Dare to envision, imagine and accept that you can manifest a high degree of Christhood in this lifetime. It is not an impossible goal, for those of you who are here, those of you who have gone through the initiations in Christhood that you have experienced over the past year and even beyond. For many of you have experienced throughout your lives these Christhood initiations. Do not deny your attainment. I am not talking about being unrealistic, for many of you are able – if you are willing – to look at the difference between the pride of the ego and a realistic self-assessment. For do you understand that if you deny the attainment you have at inner levels – because your outer mind cannot accept it – then you are denying your Christhood. And that is not what will help me manifest the Golden Age.

I need those who are not jumping the gun and thinking they have Christhood before they have seen the ego. I am looking for those who will have a realistic assessment of their attainment and who will not deny it. I am not saying you have to go out and proclaim to the world: “I Am the Christ.” I am just saying you need to acknowledge it in yourself, so you are not afraid to express that Christhood in whatever situations you encounter.


This is an excerpt from a longer teaching. You can read the full dictation HERE.



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