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Chapter 120

CHANCHAH AWAKES FROM HER DREAMLIKE STATE. THE LORD'S EXPLANATIONS ABOUT THE GREAT HAPPENINGS AND ABOUT HIMSELF.

120,1. Meanwhile, Chanchah awakes at My side as if from a sleep and remembers all that has taken place before her eyes as if it had been a vivid dream. She immediately starts to tell Me in detail all that she has dreamed and when she has finished, she asks Me whether there was anything in this vision.

120,2. (But I say to her): "Chanchah, did you not see a while ago how Borem and Martin were trying to drag the strongly-resisting, horrible dragon towards us? And how I, with the might of My will, flung it to the ground here at our feet, when Martin, in full agreement with Borem, asked for My help? You did witness all this with your own eyes, didn't you?"

120,3. (Says Chanchah): "Yes, glorious one, I did see that. But when the dragon was lying before us, I was seized with such a terror that I lapsed into a kind of stupor and saw all that followed as if I were in a dream. It was quite similar to the state I was in soon after my arrival in this world, when I met Chorel and got involved in a terrible fight with him. When I awoke afterwards, it all seemed like an oppressive dream, just as it does now.

120,4. The things I see when fully conscious I can understand within the limits of my power of cognition, but the visions during these dream-like states seem to be beyond my soul's scope of cognition. Since I am convinced that You are the wisest and most powerful person in this entire vast mansion, I can but turn to You and ask You to please interpret this my vision for me.

120,5. In this vision, You acted and spoke as the eternal, most holy Lama Himself! However, now that I am once again wide awake, I do not notice any change whatsoever in Your appearance as I know it. Therefore, You could be either a messenger of Lama invested with full powers, or even Lama Himself in a justifiable disguise. That is as far as I can judge my vision, and I expect You, my only love, to give me a more detailed and better interpretation. Oh, do not hesitate to refresh my heart with the abundance of Your wisdom."

120,6. (Say I): "Chanchah, where is the dragon now, and where are his adherents? Now you suddenly begin to wonder, saying in your heart, 'In the name of Lama, the Most Holy, the monster has vanished! And so have his adherents, and Borem, Martin and Chorel. Where are they?'

120,7. But I tell you: Behold, it was My might that drove the one out through the door with the speed of the flight of the fastest thought. And it bid him go into the swine of the earth to make them, in their crazy lust for power, storm the headland of utter selfishness, and finally throw themselves from there into the sea of delusion, and drown in it.

120,8. As for his adherents - I took them away from him through the power of the Word and sent them with the three absent friends to the bath of self-realization, humility, and - resulting from it -possibly to betterment.

120,9. Everything that I am doing here I do of My own power. There is no other power - neither above nor below Me that could bid Me do this or that. But if I say to others, 'Do this or that,' there is no one who could oppose the power of My will.

120,10. Oh, Chanchah, since you have seen all this from My actions for some time already, how can you still ask whether I am a messenger of Lama or maybe Lama Himself?

120,11. The simplicity of My outward appearance should not mislead you, for, unlike the princes on earth, Lama has no need for outward splendor, but wants only to shine in the hearts of His children through His fatherly love, wisdom, and might. In your heart I have been shining most brilliantly for a long time now. How is it that you do not recognize Me?

120,12. Behold, My Chanchah, My daughter, I am your Father, your Lama, and there is no other one ever, except Me. But you must not be afraid for I am and remain forever the same, and all My children should not look upon Me as their God, but at all times only as their loving Father, seeing, loving, and worshipping Me as such.

120,13. Do not be afraid of Me now that you recognize Me. You will never notice a change in Me, but will enjoy the boundless treasures of My fatherly love and wisdom in ever-growing abundance. Are you satisfied now with this explanation of My nature?"

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