Jao is from China — according to His last incarnation. He was the Disciple of Lao Tse. Under the leadership of unembodied Lao Tse, Jao managed to create an ashram, in which beauty and harmony prevailed. In this ashram, He raised a group of disciples.

Here — a young and beautiful intangible image of Jao has approached in the sea of golden Light. He is surrounded by His companions and followers.

Jao shows us His ashram: a lake with flowering lotuses in a gentle morning mist, a light boat slides along the smooth surface of the water…

He draws our attention to the way in which He now gives us this beauty: He re-produces it, creating images by Himself-Consciousness. He says that each of the Perfects can do the same, coming from Tao.

And we now can perceive the wonderful picture that is created by Him: to see the reflections of the sunny rays in the water, to hear the soft splashing of the oars, the sounds of lotuses pushed apart by the sides of the boat, also to touch the droplets of dew on gentle petals.

Jao explains that beauty exists on both the material and Divine planes.

And, in fact, the Beauty of Divine Souls is the Highest Beauty!

Due to this, embodied people can learn to live in impeccably beautiful states of souls!

And another task exists: to learn to create subtle works of art, saturating in harmony and beauty. And also — to help others in mastering it.

It is very important so that the true beauty and wise images, explaining the laws of true rectitude and harmony, — are food for souls.

Let true art bring all this to people!


Tao Te Ching Parables Huang Di Lao Tse Huang Han