Madam Blavatsky


< NewEnergy 11 > Kathume is a wise one, one who we spend much time working with on our side. Kathume, when he was on Earth - how to say - had a close relationship with the one you call Madam Blavatsky and St. Germaine. And, the three played games with each other, for they knew how to go between the worlds. They would appear to each other, even when it was not in physical form. They would communicate with each other with the unspoken word. They helped to set an energy so many, many years ago here on Earth of this whole ability to walk between the worlds.

< NewEnergy 11 > And, that is what you are doing now, dear friends. The worlds you are walking between are different. They are the worlds of New Energy and Old Energy. You're also learning to walk between the worlds of the physical and nonphysical, walking between the worlds of masculine and feminine. They are different worlds, in a way, the way it is perceived on Earth. They have been separated. They (Kathume and Madam Blavatsky) learned to walk between both worlds, back and forth to truly bring in the energies of all sides. Kathume comes in to help you walk between all of the various worlds that exist all around you now. You are ready for it. You have asked for it. You have asked for this opening to occur.

< Embodiment 3QA > This can be very deep stuff. This can be very difficult stuff - if you want it to be. Or, it can be very simple. It can be very joyful. It can be very humorous as Kuthumi brought in today. He has that capability. He has us laughing here so many times. He was, in so many ways, a bit of an annoyance because of his humor with St. Germain and Madame B all the time. He has the ability to go in and let energies be free.

< Clarity 10 > Madame Blavatsky, a dear friend of mine, a wonderful philosopher, teacher. She was authentic. She was who she was. She loved society, she loved friends, but yet she was not trying to impress any of them. She understood herself well enough. She understood how to be authentic. You know, the authentic part of you, Shaumbra, is the charming part. It is the charismatic part. You don't have to create that charisma, you don't have to design and develop it. It's the natural part that people are attracted to. When you are authentic with yourself, they are attracted to it. That is the way Madame Blavatsky was. Wonderfully authentic.

< Teacher 5 > So I set out, not even leaving a note, and began my next portion of the journey. That next portion of the journey lasted approximately 40 years and I traveled all throughout Europe. I traveled back into the lands of my home in India and I finally ended up ultimately in Tibet where I spent the rest of my life, no longer studying, but writing down and sharing my experiences. I spent some time with the ones who founded the Theosophical Society. I spent much time with the dearest one, the one who could think and feel at the same time. She was an inspiration to me - Madame Blavatsky - a woman who was filled with so much passion for life.

< Teacher 5 > The moment I (Kuthumi) met her (Madame Blavatsky) I knew what I needed to feel within myself. She was an intelligent - extremely intelligent - woman. One of the finest I'd ever known, but that woman could feel. She could feel energy. She could feel passion. She could feel the life in a flower, ah, more than I had ever felt life altogether. She could feel anybody's energy and help them to rebalance themselves. Not that she was necessarily a healer, but she was a feeler. I spent much time with her, learning to understand how to open myself up even more to experience.

< Teacher 5 > This (creativity replacing philosophy) is one of things that, even well over a hundred years of time ago, that Madame Blavatsky and I (Kuthumi) spent hours and hours discussing. But ultimately we knew we even had to stop the discussion. It was time to just go out and experience. But we couldn't experience it to nearly the extent that you can right now because the consciousness and the energy was different.

< WalkOn 10 > Sedona is new age central for United States and actually for a lot of the world. It's also makyo central.  But I did make that announcement. I said, “The new age is over,” meaning that it's time to stop talking about it. It's time to stop exploring all the different modalities and methods. It's time to wrap that up. Blavatsky and Jung and Steiner and a few others were so instrumental in starting the new age 140 years ago. It was a time when the world needed new thinking and a new approach, to dive into mysticism and spirituality in a way that none of the churches were providing and really none of the other religions were providing. But it came time for the new age to close, and basically in closing to say, “It's either time to go back to ordinary regular life as a human or it's time to come into your enlightenment. It's time to be that embodied Master on Earth.”