Again, the simularity between the message of JVP, Angeliki and here in these texts. We are ALL going Home. Those who get called will hear.....
From the Gospel of Truth:
The Father Utters the Names of People Who Know (21, 25– 23, 17)
Those whose names he knew at the beginning were called at the end, as it is with every person who has knowledge. Such names the Father has uttered. One whose name has not been spoken is ignorant, for how could a person hear if that person’s name had not been pronounced? Whoever remains ignorant until the end is a creature of forgetfulness and will perish with it. Otherwise why do these wretches have no  name, why no voice? So whoever has knowledge is from above. If called, that person hears, replies, turns to the one who is calling, and goes up to him. He knows how he is called. That person has knowledge and does the will of him who called. That person wishes to please him, finds rest, and has the appropriate name. Those who have knowledge in this way know where they come from and where they are going. They know as one who, having become intoxicated, has turned from his drunkenness and, having come to his senses, has gotten control of himself.
Meyer, Marvin W.; Robinson, James M.. The Nag Hammadi Scriptures: The Revised and Updated Translation of Sacred Gnostic Texts Complete in One Volume (p. 39). HarperCollins. Kindle Edition.
I like this one a lot. I can speak the truth (about what I know) to the people on my path that are awakening and I can drop certain aspects of knowledge (about the Matrix etc) with those who are not (yet?) ready to hear.
Speak from the heart, for you are the perfect day and within you dwells the light that does not fail. Speak of truth with those who seek it and of knowledge with those who have sinned in their error.
Meyer, Marvin W.; Robinson, James M.. The Nag Hammadi Scriptures: The Revised and Updated Translation of Sacred Gnostic Texts Complete in One Volume (p. 43). HarperCollins. Kindle Edition.
The Father Knows His Plants in Paradise (36, 35– 38, 6)
He is good. He knows his plants because he planted them in his paradise. And his paradise is his place of rest. Paradise  is the perfection within the Father’s thought, and the plants are the words of his meditation. Each of his words is the product of his will and the revelation of his speech. Since they were the depth of his thought, the Word that came forth caused them to appear, along with mind that speaks the Word, and silent grace. It38 was called thought, because they dwelled in silent grace39 before being revealed. So it happened that the Word40 came forth when it was pleasing to the will of him who willed it. The Father is at rest in will. Nothing happens without his pleasure; nothing happens without the Father’s will. And his will is incomprehensible. His will is his footprint, but none can understand him, nor does he exist so that they might study him41 in order to grasp him. Rather, when he wills, what he wills is this, even if the view does not please people before God: it is the Father’s will. For he knows the beginning and the end of all, and at their end he will greet them. The end is the recognition of him who is hidden, and he is the Father,  from whom the beginning has come and to whom all will return who have come from him. They have appeared for the glory and joy of his name.
Meyer, Marvin W.; Robinson, James M.. The Nag Hammadi Scriptures: The Revised and Updated Translation of Sacred Gnostic Texts Complete in One Volume (p. 45). HarperCollins. Kindle Edition.
Apologies for all these posts but I just feel that I need to share some of these insights. Some of you already had those and others may not. Anyway, just following my Heart, listening to my Father and Mother. It is as always for your discernment. I guess I am just so incredibly happy that I can finally hear my Parents. All is well .
As described below is how I am starting to feel; The place of rest. The calmness, the KNOWING, all really started after reading JVP and then strengthened tremendously after reading Angeliki's wonderful book
The Place of Rest (41, 3– 43, 24)
All will speak individually about where they have come from and how they were established in the place of rest. They will hasten to return and receive from that place, the place where they stood once before, and they will taste of that place, be nourished, and grow. Their own place of rest is their fullness. All the emanations from the Father are fullnesses, and all his emanations find their root in the one who caused them all to grow from himself. He assigned their destinies. They all appear so that through their own thought [they might be perfected]. 48 For the place to which they extend their thought is their root, which lifts them up through all the heights to the Father. They embrace his head, which is rest for them, and they hold him close so that, in a manner of speaking, they have caressed his face with kisses. But they do not make  this obvious. For they neither exalt themselves nor diminish the Father’s glory. And they do not think of him as insignificant or bitter or angry, but as free of evil, unperturbed, sweet, knowing all the heavenly places before they came into being, and having no need of instruction. Such are those who possess something of this immeasurable majesty from above, as they await that unique and perfect One who is a Mother to them. 49 And they do not go down to the underworld, nor do they have envy or groaning, nor is death with them. They rest in one who rests, and they are not weary or confused about truth. They are truth. The Father is in them and they are in the Father, perfect, inseparable from him who is truly good. They lack nothing at all but are at rest, fresh in spirit. They will hearken to their root and be involved with concerns in which they may find their root and do no harm to their souls. Such is the place of the blessed, such is their place. As for the others, let them know, in their own places, that I should not  say more, for I have been in the place of rest. There I shall dwell, to devote myself, constantly, to the Father of the All and the true brothers and sisters, 50 upon whom the Father’s love is lavished, and in whose midst nothing of him is lacking. They appear in truth dwelling in true and eternal life, and they speak of the perfect light
Meyer, Marvin W.; Robinson, James M.. The Nag Hammadi Scriptures: The Revised and Updated Translation of Sacred Gnostic Texts Complete in One Volume (pp. 46-48). HarperCollins. Kindle Edition.