I pray for a new way to come about, a way that will cause the barriers
between nations and between individuals to fall away, —that we may
come to the realisation of a new way.
I pray for peace and harmony and good will—above all, good
will—among men. I pray for the emergence of a greater understanding
and a breakthrough in the attitude of division, be this either political,
social or religious. May all men be brought to the realisation that they
are members of the one planetary family, regardless of color or creed,
regardless of wealth or poverty.
I pray for prosperity, that each man and woman and child may
have what is necessary to live in decency in this world, so that their
passage on this planet will be a joy and signify a progress, —a
spiritual and a material rise.
May each man come to enjoy the possibility of moving about as he
wishes over the Earth, as his one home and the one home of all his
brethren; and to express himself as he may like; and to know freedom
in all things. But may this freedom be only for the expression of the
highest part of himself. May all the ugliness of the old man fall away.
May the whole Earth come to realise the one goal, and to
understand that no matter how contradictory the appearances may be, each
of us is here for the realisation of the One Goal: to help the Earth to
realise herself, though her ways are many and appear each one to offer a
resistance to the other. Yet this resistance is merely to create the conditions
needed for the realisation, the all-embracing Realisation.
Let each person see the cause within himself for the suffering and
the agony of his Earth. Let him understand that the division in his
being is productive of a division within his society. Let him heal this
division, and then come to a new way in the collective body—that of
true collaboration in a life of harmony, of positive growth, and of all that
is true and good and real.
May all the forms of religion fall away—anything that seeks to
pull this new light into the ways of the past: there is a way that is not
religious, —may this be revealed.
May the new light shine forth with a brilliance such as has rarely
been seen in the history of the Earth, and may this be as a magnet which
draws people to it and fills them with the thirst for Truth; and grant
them the power to express this Truth in all the ways of life.
May we not seek miracles—let us rather have realisation. This is
the solid way. Let us not see visions or lights or etheric forms . . . let us BE
light, let us SEE IN UNDERSTANDING, let us be the ‘new seeing’.
Let the new way of Love manifest, the real way, that carries in it
a power of transformation. Though we may not recognise it as Love, let it
BE, in spite of us. Let Power indeed lend itself to Love, and these two
will carry us forward on the glorious new way. Let each man and
woman and child be touched by THE NEW WAY OF POWER AND LOVE.
But let us truly move forward to the New: let us not call the Old
the New. Let the New come forth in spite of ourselves.
May the Power of Harmony, the Power of Truth and the Power
of Love manifest, and may we become each day the purer instruments for
this integral realisation.
— Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet (Thea)