The path to Christhood in the Muslim culture 

Question: For the second challenge of Christ, since I’m living in a Muslim culture, does it go beyond expressing one’s creativity and way of life to speaking out openly and putting oneself in danger, as they have zero tolerance to some topics? Or should it be done from within their own religion where they can relate?


 Answer from the Ascended Master Jesus through Kim Michaels. This answer was given during the 2020 Webinar – Increasing Your Christ Discernment.

The example I gave 2000 years ago was that I was willing to let myself be killed in order to bring forth the judgement of the fallen beings and demonstrate the higher levels of Christhood, where you don’t let anything on earth stop spirit from expressing itself through you. But that was an extreme example because it was given at the beginning of the Piscean age. This is not to say that people who are walking the path to Christhood should put themselves in danger by speaking out in situations where they can see ahead of time what the result is going to be.

However, it is important that you realize that no matter whenever I’m asked a question like this, there is no standard answer. It is individual for each person. There can still, in today’s age, be some people for whom it is part of their expression of Christhood to challenge certain authorities or certain beliefs that can put them in danger, but it is important that this comes entirely from within and is not in any way interfered with by the outer mind. There are, unfortunately, spiritual people both in ascended master organizations and elsewhere, who can make this decision with the outer mind to put themselves in danger because they think it will demonstrate their Christhood and their attainment on the path. If it is just a decision that comes from the outer mind, then it does no such thing.

Basically, what we have said, if you noticed it lately in several dictations, is that it isn’t a matter of converting people to any particular belief system, including the ascended master’s teachings. If you live in a Muslim culture, your primary goal is not to convert people to ascended master teachings, but you may still, within that context, be able to bring forth a few ideas that can help people question certain beliefs, certain customs, certain ways of doing things. This is an individual evaluation that you do not make with the outer mind, you just, we might say, you wait until you have a clear direction from within. If you don’t have a clear direction, then you wait. You still strive to walk the path, use the tools and teaching to resolve whatever selves you have, and as you resolve those selves, you will get a more clear inner direction.

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