A term invocation is more neutral than a term rosary

Question: Why have the ascended masters stopped releasing rosaries and are now only releasing invocations?


Answer from the Ascended Master Mother Mary through Kim Michaels. This answer was given at a conference in Estonia in 2018.

The reason that I started out using the term “rosaries” was that it was a terminology that many Christians were familiar with, especially many Catholics and also many ascended master students from previous organizations, so I decided to use that terminology. But there came a point where I decided that now it was time to appeal to a larger, a broader audience that was not so familiar with Christian terminology and therefore I used a more neutral term “invocations”. 

Essentially, they do the same thing but I will say that obviously we again are going through a progressive phase where the invocations become more and more profound in terms of dealing with psychological topics. And also, in a certain sense become more powerful with these latest formats where we use the decrees that have 9 verses to a particular master and therefore can give these sections of 9 either four times or even more times in a single invocation.


Copyright © 2018 Kim Michaels

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