From the Infinite Source of All-the very Fount of Being—
Commencing a cyclic journey covering incomputable periods of time,
I could speed anywhere in the vast reaches of Space:
Yet ever impelled onward and downward, irresistibly
There I gathered vestures pertaining to the Kingdoms of Fire,
At length I emerged from the subtle realms and became
After long aeons and cycles I acquired new vestures:
Where the glowing sunlight stimulated yearning for a
Having now the power of moving from place to place,
Then, with the taking on of warm-blooded vehicles,
At length I awoke to find myself of the Host of the
Consciously may I strive to speed upon my way to attain
As the spark seeks to rejoin the flame from whence it
Ever ascending upwards, higher even than the whirling
Even to the Primeval Seven Sons of Light,
Past blazing suns and trailing comets, past galaxies and
Even to the Central Spiritual Sun...
For I have learned to say: Aham eva Parabrahma5.
1 From the book, The Divine Plan by Geoffrey A. Barborka. Theosophical Publishing House, India, 1964. Reprinted here with the kind permission of the Theosophical Publishing House, Adyar, Channai 600 020 India. http://www.ts-adyar.org.