in the psychological Work is fundamental for the dissolution. We need a
power superior to the mind if, in reality, we wish to disintegrate such
and such an "I.The mind by itself could never disintegrate any "I,"
this is indisputable, irrefutable.
Praying is conversing with God. We should appeal to God the Mother in our intimacy, if we truly
want to disintegrate "I's". He who does not love his Mother,
the ungrateful son, will fail in the Work upon himself.
Each one of us has his particular, individual Divine Mother;
she, in herself, is a part of our own Being, but a derived part.
All ancient civilizations adored "God the Mother"
in the most profound part of our Being. The feminine principle of the Eternal
is Isis, Mary, Tonantzin, Cybele, Rhea, Adonia, Insoberta. etc.
Our Father and Mother...
If in the purely physical we
have a father and a mother, then in the deepest part of our Being we also
have our Father who is in secret and our Divine Mother Kundalini.
There are as many Fathers in Heaven
as there are men on Earth. God the Mother in our own intimacy is the feminine
aspect of our Father who resides in secret.
He and She are certainly
the two superior parts of our Inner Being. Undoubtedly, HE and SHE are
our very True Being beyond the "I" of psychology.
He unfolds into Her
and commands, directs, instructs. She eliminates the undesirable
elements which we carry in our interior with the condition of a continuous
Work on oneself.
When we have died radically, when all the undesirable
elements have been eliminated after many conscious labors and voluntary
sufferings, we shall fuse and integrate ourselves with the "Father-Mother,"
then we shall be terribly Divine Gods, beyond good and evil.
Our individual, particular
Divine Mother, through her fiery powers, can reduce any of all those "I's"
which have been previously observed and judged, to cosmic dust.
In no way would a specific formula to pray to our Inner
Divine Mother be necessary. We should be very natural and simple when we
address Her. The child who addresses his mother, never has special
formulae. He says what comes from his heart and that is all.
No "I" is instantaneously dissolved; our Divine
Mother should work and even suffer very much before achieving the annihilation
of any "I."
Become introverted, direct thy prayer within, seeking
within thy interior thy Divine Lady and with sincere petitions, thou shall
be able to talk to her. Beg her to disintegrate that "I" that
thou has previously observed and judged.
As the Sense of Self-Observation develops, it shall permit
thee to verify the progressive advancement of thy Work.
Comprehension and discernment are fundamental. However,
something more is needed if we really want to disintegrate the "Myself."
The mind can give itself the luxury of labeling any defect,
passing it from one department to the other, exhibit it, hide it, etc.
but could never alter it fundamentally.
A special power superior to the mind is needed; a fiery
power that is capable of reducing any defect to ashes.
Stella Maris, our Divine Mother has that power; she is
able to pulverize any psychological defect.
Our Divine Mother lives in our intimacy, beyond the body,
affections and the mind. She is, by herself, an igneous power superior
to the mind.
Our particular, individual Cosmic Mother, possesses Wisdom,
Love and Power. In her resides absolute perfection.
Good intentions are good
Good intentions and their constant repetition are good
for nothing, they lead nowhere.
It serves no purpose to repeat: "I will not be lustful;"
the "I's" of lasciviousness will continue existing anyway in
the very depth of our psyche.
It is useless to repeat
daily: "I will not have anger." The "I's" of anger
will continue existing in our psychological depths.
Of no use would it be to say daily: "I will no longer
be covetous." The "I's" of covetousness shall continue existing
in the different depths of our psyche.
It would be useless to separate ourselves from the world
and lock ourselves up in a convent or live in a cavern; the "I's"
within us will continue existing.
Some cavernous hermits, based on rigorous disciplines,
attained the ecstasy of the saints and were taken to heaven, where they
saw and heard things that are not easily comprehended by human beings;
however, the "I's" continued existing in their interior.
Unquestionably, the Essence can escape the "I"
based on rigorous disciplines and enjoy the ecstasy. However, after the
bliss, it returns to the interior of the "Myself."
Those who have become accustomed to the ecstasy, without
having dissolved the "Ego," believe that they have already reached
liberation, they fool themselves believing themselves Masters and even
join submerged Involution.
We shall never pronounce ourselves against mystical ecstasy,
against the ecstasy and happiness of the Soul in the absence of the Ego.
The need to dissolve
We only want to place emphasis on the need to dissolve
"I's" to achieve final liberation.
The Essence of any disciplined hermit, accustomed to escaping
from the "I," repeats such a feat after the death of the physical
body, enjoys the ecstasy for some time and then returns, as the Genie of
Aladdin's lamp, to the interior of the lamp, the Ego, the My Self.
Then, he has no other remedy but to return to a new physical
body, with the purpose of repeating his life on the carpet of existence.
Any attempt of liberation, no matter how great it might
be, if it does not take into consideration the need to dissolve the Ego,
is condemned to failure.