3th Ray of Energy

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The Pink Ray Represents Love and Peace

3rd ray – The energy of Active Intelligence or, to reverse it, intelligent activity; the intelligent use of form building, of all creative effort, to reveal divine purpose.

Higher Expression: Means of communication or interaction. The radio, telephone, telegraph and the power to travel.

 

Lower Expression: The use and spread of money and gold.

The intelligence expressed through the 3rd ray is the authority the Buddha pointed his disciples to in his final sermon: “Be a lamp unto you. Hold fast to the Truth as a lamp. Look not for refuge in anyone beside yourselves.”

Ray 3 servers stimulate the intellect of humanity, sharpening and inspiring it. They work by manipulating ideas to make them easier to grasp by those intelligent people whose intuition isn’t yet developed. So the progression is: 1st ray servers register ideas, which are then rendered attractive by 2nd ray servers, and adapted to immediate need and rendered vocal by 3rd ray workers.

Angels of the pink color light ray, led by Archangel Chamuel, can help you experience more love and peace in your life.

The pink angel light ray represents love and peace. This ray is part of the metaphysical system of angel colors based on seven different light rays: blue, yellow, pink, white, green, red, and purple. Some people believe that the light waves for the seven angel colors vibrate at different electromagnetic energy frequencies in the universe, attracting the angels that have similar kinds of energy. Others believe that the colors are just fun ways of symbolizing the different types of missions that God sends angels on to help people. By thinking of angels who specialize in different types of work according to colors, people can focus their prayers according to what type of help they’re seeking from God and his angels.

Archangel – Chamuel, the archangel of peaceful relationships, is in charge of the pink angel light ray. People sometimes ask for Chamuel’s help to: discover more about God’s love, find inner peace, resolve conflicts with others, forgive people who have hurt or offended them, find and nurture romantic love, and reach out to serve people in turmoil who need

Crystals – Some of the different crystal gemstones are associated with the pink angel light ray are: rose quartzfluoriteemeraldpink tourmaline and green tourmaline, and jade. Some people believe that the energy in these crystals can help people pursue forgiveness, receive God’s peace, heal from emotional wounds, get rid of negative thoughts, and pursue healthy relationships with others.

Chakra – The pink angel light ray corresponds to the heart chakra, which is located in the center of the chest on the human body. Some people say that the spiritual energy from angels that flows into the body through the heart chakra may help them physically (such as by helping to treat pneumonia, asthma, heart disease, and cancers of the chest like breast cancer and lung cancer, mentally (such as by helping to let go of unhealthy attitudes like anger and fear and to develop more self-confidence and compassion for other people), and spiritually (such as by learning how to trust God in deeper ways and forgive people who have sinned against them).

Day – The pink angel light ray radiates most powerfully on Tuesday, some people believe, so they consider Tuesday to be the best day of the week to pray especially about situations that the pink ray encompasses.

Life Situations in the Pink Ray

When praying in the pink ray, you can ask God to send archangel Chamuel and the angels who work with him to help you develop and maintain loving relationships with God and other people.

Ask for a fresh dose of God’s love to fill your soul every day, empowering you to relate to him and to others as you should. Relying on God’s love (that he may deliver to you through his angels) will take the pressure off of you to try to love others in your own strength (which you’ll often fail to do), freeing you to enjoy peace in your relationships with God and other people.

God may send Archangel Chamuel and the other pink ray angels to help you bitterness and learn how to forgive the people who have hurt you, as well as to ask the people you have hurt to forgive you.

Praying in the pink ray may also help you develop virtues such as kindness, gentleness, compassion, and charity.

Ask God to send his angels to help you treat other people as you want to be treated, and to take action to help people in need whenever you sense God leading you to do so.

Pink ray angels may also come on missions from God to help you let go of negative emotions that are blocking your ability to relate to other people as well as God intends you to, so you can enjoy healthy relationships.

If you’re looking for a romantic partner, praying in the pink ray may help you in your quest. If you’re struggling in your marriage, you can ask God to send pink ray angels to help you and your spouse improve your relationship.

You can also pray in the pink ray for the help you need to be a good friend and enjoy the blessings of friendship with other loving people who share your values.

If you’re dealing with trouble in your family relationships, you can pray in the pink ray for angelic help to heal broken relationships with your family members — from your children and in-laws to your siblings and cousins.

 

The 3rd ray (with the 7th ray, the most common) comes in all sizes and shapes. A large number of athletes are of this type which is characterized by an impression of physical co-ordination and adaptability (when healthy and fit).

The man of the third ray is sensitive to things as the man of will is sensitive to self and the man of love is sensitive to the consciousness in other living beings; and yet, because he is within the first three rays, among those who seek the self or God or happiness within, he is interested in things only for their bearing on conscious states. He is the philosopher who wants understanding or comprehension and feels that happiness depends upon that, that though the world might pour its bounty lavishly upon men and all be at peace in brotherhood, yet happiness would be lacking were there no means of understanding the significance of all these things to the soul. He is active with regard to things, but only in the interests of consciousness. Understanding is the state of the mind in which there is a grasp of the unity of things, such as “man on horseback.” One cannot make a unity of “elephant on horseback” or “fountain pen on horseback.” Or, to give another example, the earth rotating on its axis and traveling round the sun, which is one idea, a unity. What we usually call abstract thought is the march of unity in the thinking mind. It is a grasp of the relationship of things, but goes further than that, for it involves the conception that the things are what they are because of the relationship. It is the seeing of unity, while the second ray has the feeling of it. This understanding gives inward satisfaction. It is the aim of the philosophers, which is not so much to get knowledge, as to satisfy this hunger of the soul. If this power that can see many things together, and can therefore comprehend them, is turned outward to the business of life, we find that this is the man with a splendid head for organization and engineering, who can see the way in which things ought to be done. When that power is combined with the will of the first ray it may give great genius along those lines. His special power is thought, and working with persons of the first and second rays, he can see just how things of all kinds ought to be arranged so that their love and purpose will be most effectively bestowed. Ask a person of this kind what he will do about some practical matter, for example, the employment of a teacher in a school of which he may have charge, and he 55 will reply, “Give me ten minutes to think about it,” and probably he will begin to ask questions, not because he wants anyone to think for him, which he abhors, but because he wants information on which his thought may be soundly based. He is a cautious man, and if per chance he is seriously lacking in some of the other principles he will sometimes be found to think so carefully about the thing in hand that the opportunity to do it has gone by before he has quite decided what is best to do. The power of this ray gives to people a very broad mind, and the opportunity to carve out a path in life along many different lines, but because of this freedom from compulsion, and the breadth of opportunity that the third ray man thus enjoys, it sometimes turns out that it is so difficult for him to narrow himself down that he fails to concentrate on one line with sufficient vigor to make what is usually called a success in life, where a person of narrower nature, concentrated by his own limitations, would go in and win. He wields the power of thought that molds matter, and may turn to science or art or magic or to any other thing, and is not limited by the predilections which give such intense power along particular lines to some of the other rays. When a man concentrates he uses the power of his will to bring his attention to a strong focus and keeps his thought within this limit; when he meditates he makes himself one with the thing by giving its every part the fullest possible attention and admitting into it all his thought upon the subject, but when he contemplates a third act takes place, in which he as it were fixes his perfected thought—and then the thought-power in that mental image molds or directs the material, governing the natural forces, as a magnet draws iron filings. It is, no doubt, the creative power, employed by the solar Brahmā in the beginning—not simply meditation, but something bigger than that, called sanyama, which begins with concentration and ends with contemplation, and opens the door to all accomplishments. The yogis of all these rays will all practice the entire sanyama, but the concentration part of it will be the most perfectly done by the first ray man, the meditation part by the second and the contemplation part by the third. You can understand what power there must be in the Adept, in whom all these rays have been developed to human perfection.

The third ray man sees that things which people commonly call adverse are so regarded only because they are disagreeable to the feelings or uncomfortably agitating to the mind filled with preconceived opinions, but that all of them can be turned to great profit when they are accepted in the right spirit. He sees also the significance of insignificant things, and the wonder of the commonplace. To him everything is wonderful, but nothing is mysterious. A blade of grass will speak to him of infinity, where others need a mountain or a universe of stars. When the scientist says, “There is no miracle,” he will reply, “No, all is miracle.” And yet both affirm the same thing—the unity of nature. He has always a reason and often several for everything that he does; and can discover the reason for things occurring outside himself. The ideal of this ray is Brahmā himself, who could tell the Rishis or sages all about everything in the world.

This energy carries an underlying impulse towards both mental and physical activity. A clear intellect and an ability to plan are its characteristics and a capacity for abstract thinking and intelligent organizing are this Ray’s especial gifts. Its influence works particularly through economics and industry.

If your Sun Sign or Ascendant is Cancer, Libra, or Capricorn, you are functioning on the 3th Ray . “The energy of the Third Ray … permeates into every form of life. The Third is the Active Intelligence of Divinity, and represents the inherent intelligence within all matter…. All of humanity is strongly governed by the Third Ray…. The Ray of activity. People who are closely connected to the Third Ray are very much on the go.

Soul Level: The birthing of ideas to benefit humanity; the structuring of time and activities to allow for group energies to flourish; inherent, objective intelligence ready to be used in service to humanity in all ways.

Personality Level: Ray of the astrologer, scholar, judge, banker, economist, chess master, abstract thinker.

Positive Traits: Adaptability, clear intellect, articulate speech, and ease in communicating ideas; business skills; ability to plan in advance in logical ways; a fine capacity not to worry oneself or others about insignificant matters.

Character Difficulties: The tendency to be overly active and nervous; too much pride in one’s intellectual capabilities; selfishness through a sense of isolation; the manipulation of others, especially in terms of the use of other people’s resources; mind games; overly strong attachment to materialism.

To Be Cultivated: Tolerance, sympathy, devotion, accuracy in detail, open-mindedness to other people’s ideas.”