June 27, 2015 by
Mastership does not mean to impose some kind of hierarchy in order to look down on others. There is mastership in everybody to be unfolded sooner or later. This depends on your willingness to interlock your own well-being with the well-being of everybody else. You commit yourself entirely to serving the world in everything you do.
Since the human tool for discovery is the free will, it’s with your free will that you decide if and how fast you move ahead on your way to mastership. As soon as you can see the potential master in every fellow human you have started liberating the master within. Our time demands to remember the masters we are.
A master has accepted the mission for which he/she incarnated in order to find fulfillment. For complete self-realization it is necessary to leave illusions and reasoning behind. Concepts, beliefs and patterns of behaviour stemming from a distorting education and previous manipulative experiences must be reviewed while you are ready for a fresh start.
Mastership means to master the ego and all selfish desires, like wanting to dominate and to possess. Since the ego is based on separation it contains a belligerant potential. Mastering the ego means to decide for peace.
Mastership comes with surmounting all limits and restraints in the sign of love. That’s why the true home of a master is boundlessness. To live boundlessness requires a steadfast heart and an unshakable confidence in the inner guidance.
A master accepts his/her own light completely. This is an act of self-empowerment, grounded in humility. It entitles the master to make his/her power work within the universal plan of creation.
A master touches everything and is touched by nothing. Sometimes, this may give the impression of being dissociated or emotionless. But if you wish to serve the world and your fellow humans, it is not really possible while you are entangled in emotions.