These stories are in the format of the book, Memoirs of a Master by Adamus Saint-Germain. I love reading this book from the perspective of a new master, and the learning curve that comes with it - rather than the perspective of a student - although I can identify with that as well.
I have written it in third person to make it clearer for me - Sar'h, my master Self, and Lauren, the human. Please note sometimes I use composite characters and the timeline may very slightly from linear time for story sake, and I do not view the world in linear time. You can click on 'Memoirs of a Modern Master' in the categories section to your right to read all of them. Enjoy!
It was April 2016, and Lauren had signed up for a consciousness-workshop on creation in Hawaii. She could not wait to go back to the island to swim with the beloved spinner dolphins and bring some of what she knew about manifestation and creation back down to the physical Earth.
One day of the workshop, the channeler of an Ascended Master was going on about what he called BON - it was a really fascinating topic. In one of his lectures, the Ascended Master asked who had flown first class to the workshop.
Lauren had flown first class many times and had the money to do so. Yet, she did not for this particular workshop because the flight was a short domestic one. Her roommate at the workshop Andrea had - you can read about her story in the memoirs too.
The ascended master then told all the students, that they should have flown first class. Lauren understood what he meant. He was saying abundance was there to choose, to claim as the master. Yet, Lauren did not need a first class ticket to prove this, so she kept her economy class ticket, happily.
Lauren, the human, and Sar'h, the master both knew abundance was a sensation flowing like a river inside of the soul. Neither needed a ticket to prove it to anyone.
Others, like Andrea, took Facebook photos of the event to show their "master" friends on Facebook how abundant she was. Add the super conscious hashtags here, but that's another story - one Lauren will need to own as well.
That night at dinner, Lauren walked past a table of workshop attendees having dinner. They were all on the phone.
Her friend Magi I was at the dinner table.
"Why is everyone on the phone?" she asked.
"They are all calling to upgrade their flights because (the ascended master) said they should," he replied.
They both had a chuckle. Lauren had not been invited to this dinner. What a relief that was.
"Watch this," Sar'h, Lauren's master Self, said to Lauren, the human.
Lauren noticed after they got off their phones everyone was arguing over the bill from dinner. There was not enough money to cover the dinner and tip.
The banter went back and forth - "You had two wines, not one..." she heard one "master" say to the other.
Magi I had plenty of money - he too, like Lauren felt he did not need to upgrade his flight.
Silently, Magi I left a $100 bill on the table to cover the bill and left.
"It was easier than arguing with them," he said and shrugged his shoulders. The people at the table didn't even notice. Or thank him.
They both chuckled at the fact that everyone was spending thousands to upgrade their flight, while they could not come up with $20 for dinner.
Later, Magi I and Lauren ordered some champagne to drink and talk about the perceived limitations of these masters - not to judge but to learn the behavior of humans coming from awakening into the embodied enlightenment experience - something that was of benefit to what they were creating, what role they played.
Later in the workshop, the channeled Ascended Master said there was no need to workout in a gym for hours anymore. He introduced what he called the 60-second workout.
Later that day, Lauren walked past the hotel gym. There was the channeler and his wife in their workout clothes. One was furiously peddling on a stationary bike and the other on a treadmill.
"Look," said Sar'h. "There is something for you to see here."
Lauren thought it was strange that the channeler would say one thing and then act another way, she told Sar'h.
"Exactly!" Sarah replied.
"When we create our own ways of sharing what we know - there will be no discord between what we share and how we live. We will not be channeling an outside entity, either. We aren't judging these people at all. We are simply discerning for the future of our own creations."
Later that trip, Lauren's flight was cancelled because of a snow storm back in Denver. She treated herself to a beautiful hotel room on the other side of Hawaii's big island - still quite less than the first class ticket, but Lauren never counted pennies.
Lauren and Sar'h then had their own vacation together, master and human and soul squeezed in between. Together, they talked about creation and what they would create in this lifetime. It was a beautiful creation to have these three days alone. Masterly, if you will.
When Lauren got on the cheap flight home to Denver she noticed she had the whole row of seats all to herself. The flight attendant brought her a blanket and invited her to spread out and take a nap on the plane ride home. If that wasn't first class, she didn't know what was. Lauren remembered she had not worked out the whole trip, yet her body felt leaner and lighter than ever.
Lauren and Sar'h, the new master, returned to Denver with a full bank account and a fuller heart, a heart full of self-love and self-discernment - knowing what served her in any given moment no matter what the channeled Ascended Master had said and knowing deeply what did not - teaching one thing and living another. These realizations would stick with her for years to come.
Lauren Hutton (Sar'h) writes adventure novels and short stories about the embodied enlightenment experience. She fancies herself a humanizing divinity journalist and DJ, and shares that work joyously on this page.