Can people quote the teachings?

Question:  Thank you for coming to Korea. I’ve been a pastor for the past 32 years and I’ve been studying the bible extensively. I have been studying and learning much about the Christ. I realise that it’s Christ consciousness in this sense in this arena and I was wondering how much am I allowed to use  quotations from the ascended masters’ remarks in our teachings. 


Answer from Kim Michaels:

As much as you want, as long as you have a reference to where it comes from. The masters welcome it when you use their teachings in different contexts. Obviously, Jesus has said a lot of things and other masters have said a lot of things about the true meaning of Jesus’ teachings and the true meaning of a lot of bible quotes. You are free to use that really any way you want.

If it’s appropriate, you can leave a footnote where you give where it came from, but you are also welcome to use the ideas where you don’t even have to give a footnote, but you can just use an idea. The masters want to get their ideas out and awaken people, and it’s not really a matter of me taking credit for them. But if you feel it’s appropriate, then give a footnote because then people can go to the source and find more.

 

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