Kuthumi a.k.a. Koot Hoomi lal Singh
Most of us have heard of the beloved Saint Francis. Maybe you haven't heard of Kuthumi, but here you are. Sit down, take a sip of tea and let me tell you a story.
Long ago, far away in the Himalayas, there were a group of wise men studying the ancient arts of wisdom, science, and meditation. They were known as the Brothers of the Golden Robe.
Kuthumi was born in the early nineteenth century. He was a Punjabi whose family settled in Kashmir. He attended Oxford University and also studied in Dresden, Wurzberg, and at the university of Leipzig, studying with the founder of modern psychology.
After years of study, he retreated to a lamasery in Shigatze, Tibet. Kuthumi and the Master M (El Morya) founded the Theosophical Society in 1875.
Kuthumi is now an ascended master and is the favorite of many devotees for wisdom and illumination, especially when dealing with psychological issues.
Just gaze at his beautiful countenance and feel the deep love for your soul, your inner child, and your true divine nature. He so wants to help us. He just needs an invitation:
"Come Kuthumi, dear! Help me figure out the way out of the conundrums of life!"
Wear this pendant to remind yourself and those around you that we always have a wise counselor at hand.
Next time, we'll tell you about the connection to Saint Francis!