17 DAYS OF SPIRITUAL WISDOM
Being a disciple – from Christianity to King Yoga
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Discipleship is by no means a concept limited to the twelve disciples of the Bible or even the Christian tradition as a whole. It is a calling common throughout many spiritual traditions on Earth, including Buddhism, Hinduism, and of course King Yoga – the spiritual path of The Aetherius Society.
In this month’s episode of Aetherius Radio Live, host Richard Lawrence and his guest Brian Keneipp talk about discipleship throughout the ages. Richard and Brian are two of Master of Yoga Dr. George King’s closest disciples and the co-authors of Dr. King’s recent biography, The King Who Came To Earth.
They share the stories of some of the most notable disciples throughout history, and some of their own experiences with Dr. King.
The good news is that discipleship is not just something for people who physically lived and worked by the side of their Spiritual Master, like Richard and Brian.
Many of the world’s greatest disciples never met their Spiritual Masters in person. Saint Paul never met the Master Jesus. Guru Padmasambhava never met the Lord Buddha. And still they went on to become among their most ardent and fearless advocates.
Tune in to discover more about Dr. King, the life-changing path of King Yoga, and what you can do to benefit from the transformational spiritual radiance of a Master in your life, even if you can no longer physically meet him.
– What was it like to work by the side of Dr. King?
– Who were the first “Christians” and how did this name first come about, according to the Bible?
– Insights into the most prominent disciples of Jesus given by Dr. King and the Cosmic Masters
– Stories of disciples who have turned to the light throughout the millennia, like Saint Paul on the road to Damascus, and others
– Profound revelations about the Supreme Lords of Creation described in The Twelve Blessings
– And more!
About Richard Lawrence
Richard Lawrence is the Executive Secretary of The Aetherius Society at the European Headquarters and a Senior Bishop in The Aetherius Churches. He worked very closely with Dr. King, speaking to him face to face or on the phone almost every day for over 20 years. He is an international bestselling author of 11 books, including Contacts With The Gods From Space, and Realize Your Inner Potential, both of which he co-authored with Dr. King. He is the lead author of The King Who Came To Earth (the biography of Dr. King), and an editor of Cosmic Voice (the journal of The Aetherius Society).
About Brian Keneipp
Brian Keneipp is the Executive Secretary of The Aetherius Society at the American Headquarters and a Bishop in The Aetherius Churches. Brian spent more than 10 years by the side of Dr. George King as his personal aide. He is the author of Operation Earth Light – A Glimpse into the World of the Ascended Masters, and the co-editor of Cosmic Voice (a journal of The Aetherius Society). He is also the co-author of The King Who Came To Earth – the recently released biography of Dr. King.
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thank you all for sharing. Thank you master King. Thank you master Jesus for 12blessings prayers… Thank you for giving billions of lifestreams the apportunity to experience being in human form to learn n to find our way back to God again. So much more than words can say and for my little brain to understand, but to be able to experience in consciousness the miracle of my soul journey within, I am forever grateful. I am thankful from the bottom of my heart for The Aetherius Society that exists today on earth for us all. Thank you. I go with God. Happy New Year to all
Thanks so much Sonia for your heartfelt comments. You are so right about The Aetherius Society which is like no other path which has gone before in the opportunities it gives us to serve and advance in these days. With blessings and a very Happy New Year to you too, Richard