Welcome to the July issue of our
newsletter. This month we focus on true freedom,
authentic liberty. As Master Samael puts it, this is a word, a concept
that has been misunderstood and in whose name blood has been spilled and
persons killed. However, in Gnosis, we study and practice the techniques
and methods which lead to true liberation, authentic liberty, that is,
liberation from the chains of slavery imposed by our dearly beloved ego.
But, wait a minute, who or what is ego? We can only discover the bunch
of I's that make up our ego through self exploration and self discovery.
This process entails the practice of self observation and self remembering:
two terms that are easily said but which are the cornerstones of the psychological
journey of self exploration and self confrontation.
This work however can only be done with the help of the
Divine Mother, the feminine principle. Why is it that the statue of liberty
is a woman and she holds the torch in her hand? The excerpt
from the book "Revolutionary Psychology" is exactly about
the importance of the feminine principle, the Kundalini, in the work and
her fiery power.
We invite you to practice self observation and self remembering
to see the I's in action and decide if you are truly free.
Find out about the Gnosis video:
The Wheel of Life, focusing on the wheel of samsara and the laws of
involution and evolution. And also, if you can read Japanese, by all means
visit the Japanese home page
that recently went up!
Letus know if you like our new format and if it's easy
I am interested in the gnosis course,
and also in the e-newsletter. My interest has grown since a few interesting
experiences in my dreams, that really intrigued me. Once, I had the same
dream as my friend, that also described
my room, without ever being there. Is that normal?
Thank you for your interest in Gnosis. Yes, it is possible to have dreams
as you described. However, this will be covered in more depth when we have
an article on dream yoga on the web site in the future. Keep visiting us.
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"Any attempt at liberation,
however grandiose this might be, if it does not take into account the need
to dissolve the ego, it is condemned to failure."
Samael Aun Weor
The Statue of Liberty