Divine Mother Seminar in Mother Russia

By Inna Vibe

Kolomna, Nov 2014
It is my great pleasure to share with you my impressions of the seminar on the Divine Mother, which was held from the 1st to the 8th of November in a wonderful hotel near the historic town of Kolomna. It was a very special event for us as many people in Russia are very devoted to the Mother.

I think that is the reason why it attracted more than 10 new people, and some Keepers of the Flame who came back after a 10 or 12 year break. We were so happy to know that 140 people, including children, could come to the seminar and have a beautiful experience with the Divine Mother.

From the very beginning all of us felt the special harmony and peace, the inspiration and joy. And we realized that it could not be otherwise when we did the Threefold Flame test. It turned out that the majority of people were strong in the pink plume. I think it is no exaggeration to say that all of us experienced a deep sense of community at that moment.

Divine Mother culture discussions

It was a wonderful opportunity for us, especially for those who came from small groups (and there were people who were the only Keepers in their cities) to participate in powerful decree sessions, to celebrate sacraments, and also to meet the members of the Leadership Team and to ask them questions.

On behalf of our group in general, I would like to thank Rev. Carla Healy and Sister Elena Nicholson not only for the profound teachings and the selection of material with the orientation to Russia (we were pleased to hear about Russian saints and Czar Nicholas and Alexander) but also for giving us an opportunity to discuss the lectures in groups and to share our discussions with others. Everyone was so excited to be able to discuss how we would establish the culture of the Divine Mother in our communities.

Also I would like to tell about the ceremony with candles, the “Procession of Priests and Priestesses of Lemuria Come Again.” We all especially liked it. Just imagine, the attendees dressed in white with candles in their hands processioned forward to kneel in front of Mother Mary and say prayers to the Divine Mother. It was very moving and many could not hold back tears.

The next morning, instead of candles, there were beautiful flowers around the statue of Mother Mary as if our love and devotion were precipitated. Dear Carla asked us to take these flowers and give them to each other with words of gratitude and appreciation. And when we came home each of us brought the beautiful flower, as a reminder of real and tangible love of the Divine Mother.

Thank you God for everything!

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