Seek Peace and Offer Compassion to All

Seek peace and offer compassion to all.  Let all of humanity turn to one Creator.

In a world where religious hatred takes on such violence, one must be aware that ones who purport to operate in kindness and compassion can also be guilty of murder and mayhem.  See today’s BBC footage of Buddhist mobs, including monks, killing fleeing Muslims (

Go back in the histories of Buddhism, Islam, Christianity and others and you will find a trail of blood. It is time that people come into their own empowerment. Remember that I teach that there is one Creator.  There is no need for “my religion is better than your religion,” or “my god is better than your god” scenarios.  When you leave your body you are all the same.  All are soul and soul is bared for its good and bad deeds. So it is best to do the best we can each and every day.

As the Saoshyant and messenger of peace, I am calling all of humanity to end all false hatred.  Show humanity who you are in your hearts, not by your ethnic associations and your false way of believing.  There is one Creator for all.  Let there be no killing of any race, creed or colour.  Have an awakening now that you must be peaceful.  I am the one who knows as I was victim.

Let us all be at peace.  Please help the planet and learn to love.

About The Saoshyant, H.H Alexandra

Her Holiness brings empowering self realization to those seeking enlightenment. She guides people in attaining true enlightenment through active awakening of communication and interaction between soul, spirit, mind, brain and body and of bringing them into balance by living through pure divinity instead of through confusion and emotions.
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2 Responses to Seek Peace and Offer Compassion to All

  1. Juliano says:

    thank you for the link to the video. the monks brutally attacking was pretty shocking. it’s true about a long trail of blood in so many religions. you are gutsy to speak the truth. people need to stop operating in their own little vacuum.

  2. john chan says:

    I heard you in Vancouver at the Robson Square. T hey got rid of the centre but i rember ur talk, it made me think differently about Buddhism and i changed my thoughts. Now i see this and the video makes me angry . Two faced monks.

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