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When should I abstain, and when should I attain? .

I think the rising of the Eucharist and Monstraint in Christian ceremony, answers this question perfectly.

Imagine that the Eucharist which is offered up at mass is made by the sun and its ascent, and this is what the Monstraint represents in Christian ceremony.

The rising Monstraint and Eucharist in Christian ceremony is the sun ascending.

The rising bread at mass represents abstaining or giving up bread or food for periods of time, fasting and offering them up to a higher cause.

White light represents all the colours as all the wavelengths of light are present in white light.

When the Monstraint or Eucharist is rising above the head of the priest in mass, it represents the sun rising and the colours it takes as it ascends and their effect on all life.

As the Monstraint or sun begins to rise it should appear red, influencing our roots.
As it rises it represents our need to give up our attachments to our roots, earthly, material things etc.

As the sun or Monstraint rises higher, it should turn orange, representing our sacral and our creative and sexual nature.

As the Monstraint or sun moves up into this colour it symbolises our need to give up or abstain from sex and to be celibate.

As the Monstraint or sun rises higher, it should appear yellow, Which represents our solar plexus.
We at this stage of ascent should fast, give up or abstain from food and the bread of life.

The final stage of abstention is when the Monstraint, Eucharist and the sun are at full height or full ascencion.

When the sun, Monstraint and Eucharist are white.

This is the sun and son at full strength, this is the light of the heart, and it represents our abstention from loving ourselves and our possessions, rather we should love God, our lady and life around us.

After the sun, Eucharist and Monstraint has risen it descends to the ground to attain again.

Attainment should only be sought after abstention of these different levels and when you find love for these things, rather than lustfully or greedily chasing after them.

Only when you have risen, through material, sexual, eucharistic and adoration abstention and you have found love in your heart, should you attain.

Build a home with love, rather than a house.
Make love, rather than having sex.
Share food, rather than being greedy.

Rise above it, to see the bigger picture.

Do not abstain completely, but rather include it in a cycle of loving attainment.


Kalki’s Eucharist

The idea of the white Eucharist above Christ’s head, which is raised and lowered in mass in periodic fashion, brings together some interesting ideas.

The Eucharist, the bread of life is raised above the head of the priest in ritualistic ceremony and then lowered, portraying the idea of giving up bread periodically, in an act of fasting and giving up white bread.

As I have demonstrated in other posts, the idea of the Eucharist being inserted into the Monstraint also represents the rising of the sun, and its role in making the grass green, which is then used to make the white bread of life.

The monstraint and the risen bread, demonstrates the periodic nature of the sun and the colours it takes while rising and falling and their effect on all life.

The heart chakra is portrayed as being green or white in spiritual philosophy, portraying the colour of the risen sun, when it is bright white and its association with the Heart, core or Christ.

The colour white represents all the wavelengths of light combined, white represents inclusion and the completed planet or being and the risen sun, or risen son at his full strength.

The sun also represents the midpoint of our universe. The midpoint between material and empty space.

A light-hearted medium between complete fullfilment and complete emptiness, the sun is the mean value, the wavelength between light and dark.

Ancient Egyptians are also seen in many images with orange discs risen above their heads, representing rising of sexual or creative forces, in a sense giving up sex and celibacy.

Christ often has a white disc above his head, which rises and falls in ritualistic fashion, representing the idea of giving up your love to God, the universe or life in general, in periodic fashion.

Giving up all earthly, bodily and material attachments or colours associated with the chakras (red) giving up earthly attachments, (orange) giving up sex, (yellow) giving up bread and food, (white) giving up your love, for a higher cause.

These are the rituals we must adhere to, to become sustainable, to become complete in the eyes of God or the universe, in the eyes of our chi or children.

The coming Christ who is complete.

The coming Christ, in Hindu spiritual philosophy. The coming Kalki avatar, the 10th incarnation of vishnu, embodies all the colours combined and his name itself suggests this, Kalki means white.

He rides a white horse, he is often seen in the white clouds, his heart is made of white light, and takes all and gives all spectrums of colour, light etc.

Kalki is the Monstraint, Kalki shows and gives all.

He is also said to be a mystical being, portraying the involvement of mist, which is a white substance.

The name Kalki is similar to the words calcium or calcite, which are white substances.

Kalki in effect is the completed being, he is the white risen Christ, the white risen son as the sun is risen into the white spectrum.

And when he gives all this up, what happens?.

What is above the chakras of the body?, what is above your heart?.

Your voice, your consciousness or conscience.



The Monstraint in Christian ceremony depicts the bread of life as being part of Christ. 

The Eucharist is inserted into the Monstraint.

It’s image is somewhat similar to that of the sun, there are golden spokes emanating from it and inside is a white disc which represents the Eucharist, which is the body and blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ.

To me the Monstraint looked like a sun, with a white light at its centre.

I observed how in other faiths the white light represents the heart.

The root is represented by a red colour, the sacral orange, the solar plexus yellow, and then the heart is white.

This might be why Christ is represented as pure white light or the white Eucharist in the image of the Monstraint.

The sun as it rises also takes on the same colour sequence as the colours associated with each chakra or energy centre as it is depicted in Hindu or Buddhist faith.

The sun starts out being red as it starts to rise, representing the lower chakras in us, root etc and ends up being white as it sits high in the sky at its full ascent.

The white light from the sun would then represent the risen sun, or perhaps the risen son, our Lord Jesus Christ.

It is interesting to observe that the white light from the sun gives itself to the life on this planet, and provides the energy needed to make grass which eventually makes the bread or Eucharist, which is the body and blood of Jesus Christ.

The Monstraint cannot be touched and it is often moved while rapping a cloth around it, just as our sun cannot be touched.

The word “Restraint” means to take or restrain, and perhaps the word Monstraint means the opposite? To give or show to all.

It is also interesting to observe, that in some Indian spiritual philosophy the heart is also depicted as being a green colour and the grass or wheet needed to make the Eucharist would also start its life being a green colour.

Does the colour green represented by the heart chakra also depict the green vegetation on our planet? And the sun’s role in turning it green, presenting this illusion that the grass is green, when in fact it is made with white light.

The compassionate figure in Hindu philosophy is depicted as “Krishna”, he is the “croi”, meaning heart in Irish or the core, as the heart is in the core of our body.

This is almost certain where the name Christ comes from, meaning “croi” in Irish or “core”.

The image of the Monstraint brings together some quite interesting ideas, it depicts the white light of the sun and how it plays its role in making the bread we eat, but it also depicts its association with the heart and Christ as the risen sun, or son.

The famous scientist, Nikola Tesla depicts in one of his many interviews how “everything is the light”.

He also talked about how all of mankind could achieve wondrous things by embracing the Christ consciousness within them. Is Nikola Tesla also alluding to the idea that the Christ or heart is also the pure white light.

Another famous scientist, Isaac Newton has been reported to be a deeply religious man, he is also noted for depicting theories on the nature of light and how pure white light can be broken up or refracted to reveal a spectrum of colours with differing wavelengths.

Sun worship was also observed within some of the faiths and cults of ancient Egypt, worshipping the white light, which represented their Christ, Horus.

If you were to add a “C” to the name Horus you get Chorus, which might be quite similar to the name Christ.

Interestingly enough when you do add the letter “C” to the name Horus, yo get the word “Chorus”, which depicts the use of sound from a choir within a church. Perhaps alluding to the idea that the “C” added here is not only a letter but a note which is played and the importance with which sound plays in healing or balancing us and its role in communicating with God.

Other word derivations from the name “Horus” who is the risen sun, or son in ancient Egyptian mythology.

Are the words “hour”, “our”, depicting that the ancient Egyptian Christ was associated with time, or think of the use of the word “our” within passages of the Bible and ponder to its use and its origin.

The letter “H”, in the name Horus may also be turned on its side to make an “I” and may reveal the word “Iorus” or Iris, as in the Iris of your eye, reveling the idea that Horus was the all seeing eye in its physical form.

That the light enters the eye of Christ, that pure white light or Christ is the core, he is everything.

Christ is in the pure white light, or white Eucharist of the Monstraint.