Meditation from "Thais" by J. Massenet


Sophia – the Wisdom of the Almighty by Nicholas Roerich. 19321. "...The quality of action depends upon one’s invigoration. …This state of enlightened tension can arise during any labor. The ancients called it a divine greeting, for it alone could endow every task with the radiance of perfection." [Supermundane, 461]


2. "…The true meaning of invigoration. This beautiful concept proves the communion that exists between the Higher Worlds and the forces of the human spirit. Those who deny the existence of the spirit and the soul should not use the word “invigoration,” yet they love to repeat it, not really understanding its meaning. ... Enough has been said about the conscious creativity that brings clairvoyance and clairaudience, but to achieve these one must first understand what kind of powers he will manifest and what kind of Cooperation is ready to help him. Only then can true invigoration be affirmed. The Thinker advised that even in daily life one should not forget about invigoration." [Supermundane, 849]


3. "... With all your strength, rush into the future. Let the new construction inspire you so much that there is no time or desire for other things." [Letters of Helena Roerich in 9 Volumes - 9. 083]


4. "... The miracle of invigoration creates the most beautiful approaches." [Fiery World II, 102]


5. "Decorating the future with all the colors of inspiration is the light of dawn. The decoration of the past is like a wreath of the grave. ... As the hour of aspiration is like a whirlwind, so turning back is like corruption." [Agni Yoga, 132]


6. " Adornment of the future with the blossoms of inspiration is as the light of dawn. But each adornment of the past is a wreath laid on a grave. ... Just as the hour of striving is like a whirlwind, so is looking back akin to decay." [AUM, 469]


7. "The main thing is to keep in yourself readiness and a reserve of inspiration." [Letters of Helena Roerich in 9 Volumes - 7. 175]


8. "But it is impossible to praise ..., the result of this is great complacency and a complete lack of action. You need to inspire, but not sugar." [Letters of Helena Roerich in 9 Volumes - 2. 085]



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