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The Jewel and the rst Word
All of these books represent our return and the fulfilment of the great Desire to be
with, and in the presence of, Our Creator.
This book, the Jewel and the first Word, goes right back to an imagined moment.
One that was first introduced in the book of the White Stone. It is the moment by
Lake Galilee when Jesus first lifted His hand in the gesture of teaching and spoke
his Truth directly in a manner which is here explained using a Buddhist phrase,
namely this: to turn the Wheel of His Law.
This is of course an imagined moment, even a visualisation. Rather than make a
definite description I believe that each and every one of us might like to imagine
this moment for themselves using their own projection. Imagine it if you will to the
extent of actually being there, present in this awesome moment, as a witness. To
experience it with all our senses. To see it is to be filled with awesome wonder. For
myself I see and feel hot sun and a dusty road and a small gathering of people.
Birds and beasts. Sound and smell. I imagine at the same time an assembly of
invisible beings also present in witness.
I don’t want to say any more. Let each and every one of us imagine this moment for
themselves and get a sense of its importance. This one breath, this first syllable, it
extends into thousands of years of our history. The history of our times and all the
way to the present moment that we are experiencing right now. This moment.
In my version there is a prime teaching too . It goes like this:
“The Path is written in His Name.”
This one moment that we imagine goes far deeper than we will ever know. This will
be the starting point of this book. This moment.