This new section of our web page, GNOSTIC REFLECTIONS, is aimed at the student who is familiar with the various topics of Gnostic literature. In short texts, we synthesize everything that has already been said through the written work of V.M. Samael Aun Weor, but pointing out that which is very necessary to not forget along the Gnostic path.
“It’s so easy to describe what a psychological defect is,
on the contrary, it’s so difficult to define what a virtue is.
When we ask, for example, about chastity,
most remain silent for a moment,
surprised about being asked a question like that.
However, the most erudite quickly come out of the discomfort
by giving a very logical speech about what it is to be chaste.
But, in general, as accustomed as we are
to studying the “I” of psychology,
it’s noticeable that no one would think of
studying and meditating on a virtue.”
Gnostic Reflection: Virtue, an Infinite Quality…
The story of a personal encounter with Venerable Master Samael Aun Weor, founder of the most important contemporary Gnostic Movement; it is also an introduction to the transcendental expositions of this Master and his work.
Reflections on the fundamental core ideas of the path of self-realization—the Intimate Christ—and on the awakening of consciousness sustained in the Being, the wisdom of death, and sublimation of our energies; in short, it’s on “loving God above all things and your neighbor as yourself.”
“To climb up is to truly penetrate into the Being; it is not to be above or below anyone because we are all equal and necessary in the government of the Divine Solar Logos. That’s why I yearn for the texts and reflections from this book to serve everyone without distinction.”
“… the work in the death of the “I” is not possible without interior revelation, without astral experience. And it is not possible to walk well in the astral without the death of the “I.”
“So, they complement one another in a marvelous way for the good of the interior path itself.”
“It’s very fair to say at the end of a path, now I know what I needed to traverse it, and what was never necessary … because at first everything seems to be useful, and it’s only at the end of the path that one sees the difference between what is useful and what is useless.”
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Those interested may read them online, and download some free of cost.