The Psychological Death
|Written by Editor VOPUS|
It is necessary to understand the necessity of working with the three factors of the revolution of the consciousness, if we truly want the profound self-realisation. If we exclude any of the factors of the revolution of the consciousness, the result is failure.
Birth, death and sacrifice for humanity, here are the three basic factors of the revolution of consciousness.
It is necessary that you understand profoundly the necessity of the dissolution of the I. Who does not work in the dissolution of the I in each existence will degenerate more and more...
The best teaching for the dissolution of the I is found in the practical life intensely lived.
Living is a wonderful mirror where the I can be contemplated entirely.
In the relation with our fellow men, the defects hidden in the depths of our subconscious flourish spontaneously, they are surfacing because the subconscious betrays us and if we are in alert perception, then we see them as they are in themselves.
The biggest joy for a gnostic is the discovery of some of his defects.
Discovered defect, dead defect; when we discover some defect, we must see it on the stage like in the cinema, but without judging it, nor condemn it.
It is not enough to understand the discovered defect intellectually; it is necessary to submerge ourselves in profound inner meditation, to catch the defect in other levels of the mind.
The mind has many levels and depths, and until we have understood a defect in all the levels of the mind, we did nothing, and this continues to exist as a tempting demon in the content of its own subconscios.
When a defect is integrally understood in all the levels of the mind, then this disintegrates along with its little I that characterises it, reducing itself to cosmic dust in the supersensible worlds.
Thus we will die from instant to instant, thus we will establish in ourselves a center of permanent consciousness, a center of permanent gravity..
Inside each human being who is not in the last stage of degeneration, is the Buddhata, the Budist inner principle, the psychic material or the raw material to produce what is called soul.
The pluralised I wastes this psychic material clumsily in atomic explosions of envy, greed, hatred, gelousy, fornication, attachments, vanities etc...
As the pluralised I will die from instant to instant, the psychic material will accumulate inside ourselves, converting us into a permanent center of consciousness.
Thus we will get to individualize ourselves little by little; disegoistisating us, we individualize ourselves.
We clarify that the individuality is not everything; with the event of Bethlehem, we must superindividualize ourselves.
The work of the disintegration of the I is something very serious, it is needed to study ourselves profoundly in all the levels of the mind; The I is a book with many volumes.
We need to convert the subconscious in conscious and this is possible only by achieving the elimination of the I.
When the conscious comes to take the place of subconscious, we acquire what is called continuous consciousness.
Who enjoys the continuous consciousness lives every moment conscious not only in the physical world, but also in the superior worlds.
The present humanity is subconscious 97% and therefore it sleeps profoundly not only in the physical world, but also in the supersensible worlds during the sleep of the physical body and after death.
We need the death of the I, we need to die from instant to instant, here and now, not just in the physical world, but also in all the plains of the Cosmic Mind.
We must be ruthless with ourselves and make the dissection of the I, with the extraordinary scalpel of self-criticism.
Samael Aun Weor: Christmas Message. Excerpt from the chapter "The Dissolution of the I"
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