This excerpt Nature as a living treatise is from a Pearl from the Lady Master Amaryllis published in the 1972 Pearls of Wisdom Vol. 15 No. 17.
How pure and perfect are the designs inherent within the field of natural manifestation! How beautiful is the call in consciousness that evokes from all who are open to the purity of Life the flame of celestial gratitude captured in the joy of the flowers! What spurs man’s joy in springtime if not the welcome he offers as a garland of hope to the renewal of each cycle?
Hope and peace often hide from embodied mankind while he allows his sense of Reality to become clouded with the delusions of contemporary life. Man does not always understand the potency of the human mind and feelings; he does not realize that there flows from his consciousness out into the world either a stream of Light, Life, and hope that renews in every part of Life the joy of cycles, or a stream of darkness that not only opaques the perfection of the eye but also produces the miasma of the appearance world.
Nature is a living treatise. The green bough waving in the gentle wind, exhibiting the miracle of its wonder in the splendor of the sun’s golden, mellow rays, fructifies by the resurrection radiance the essence of Life in man. The past is gone; the darkness is no more. In its place the dawn of celestial Reality supplants even the outer manifestation, and suddenly that dawn is recognized by the eyes of the soul as inherent within embodied mankind.
But who placed this celestial sense within the eyes of the soul? Who gave to the inward man the ability to pass beyond the screen of appearances into that realm of thought and feeling where heavenly profundities are born and the soul is free at last to see the perfection already formed in the natural gardens of manifestation?
A flower is so. The renewal of cycles is so. The one nods its head in the breezes releasing its essential Light, and the other releases the radiated Light of the sun–all simultaneously.
But how few realize that there is within the realm of nature the glorious wonder of God that is emitted even during the night hours from the heart of a flower chalice, shedding abroad the distilled consciousness of the angelic perfume of Life.
I AM Amaryllis, to whom is given by Heaven the glorious task of coordinating the manifestations of springtime and youth and of the fires of the Sun in the soul of man. It is my wish that darkness should vanish from the hearts, minds, and beings of humanity and that in its place the universal heritage of the pure consciousness of the Christ should permeate the awareness of all.