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The Way of the Heart

Way of the Heart

"Courageously delve into the folds of your heart and look into the depth of your soul to find knowledge of yourself. This work is laborious but it provides the key to true happiness. Our most beautiful prerogative is to be able to know ourselves. Those who do not enjoy this privilege are ignorant of the extent of their forces and cannot justly use them." Jean-Baptiste Willermoz



Our Relationship to the Divine

Book of Humanity

"Thus, from the first divine contract, and the pure region where truth abides, a continuous chain of mercies and light extends to humanity, through every epoch, and will be prolonged to the end of time, until it returns to the abode from which it descends, taking with it all the peaceful souls it shall have collected in its course; that we may know that it was Love which opened, directed and closed the circle of all things." Louis Claude de Saint-Martin



Men and Women of Desire

Divine Unity"The angel is wisdom, the human heart is love; the angel is the recipient of Divine Light, the human heart is the organ and the modifier. One cannot be without the other. They can only be united in the name of Divinity, who is both love and wisdom and who links them in the Divine Unity." Louis Claude de Saint-Martin



As Above, So Below

Rosicrucian Rose

"People of peace, men and women of desire, such is the splendor of the Temple in which you will one day have the right to take your place. Such privilege should astonish you less, however, than your ability to commence building it down here, your ability, in fact, to adorn it at every moment of your existence. Remember the saying 'as above, so below', and contribute to this by making 'as below, so above'." Louis Claude de Saint Martin



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“Peace is found more often in patience than in judgment; hence it is better that we should be accused unjustly than that we should accuse others, even with justice.”

–Louis Claude de Saint Martin