Cosmic Teachings of a Lama
How to be Born Again: the Science to Create the Superhuman
A Book by Samael Aun Weor
"Whosoever is dressed with the cloud of virtue is liberated from sufferings..." —Samael Aun Weor
Scriptures like the Vedas and Genesis symbolically describe the laws of creation, the causes of universes, worlds, and all living beings. By knowing those laws and acting in harmony with them, one can originate a new creation within oneself: the birth of the superhuman, a feat described by Jesus as being "born again." In this book Samael Aun Weor explores this theme by reflecting on the mysteries of Egyptian writings, Tibetan Buddhism, Kabbalah and the Tree of Life, and the Stanzas of Dzyan, an ancient scripture first made public by H.P. Blavatsky in The Secret Doctrine. He also relates his personal experiences of meditation, vividly demonstrating that genuine spiritual development is a conscious experience. From all of this you will learn the exact science to achieve not only the Second Birth (the creation of the soul), but also liberation from suffering by eliminating its cause: our psychological defects.
"...there are degrees and degrees in everything, and different levels of being. Above us is a superior level of being, and below us an inferior level of being. We can pass into a superior level only by eliminating a certain quantity of undesirable psychic aggregates (defects), which we carry within our interior. Obviously, only in this way is it possible to reach the highest level of being in order to transform ourselves into superhumans." —Samael Aun Weor
Or, from your favorite bookseller:
- Paperback 5.5 x 8.5 inches
- 333 Pages
- ISBN 978-1-934206-21-8
Originally published as "Christmas Message 1969-1970" (named by students “Mi Regreso al Tibet").
What's new in this edition:
- Added 165 footnotes to aid the reader with difficult and obscure terminology
- Extensive corrections and improvements, including correctly attributing lengthy quotations
- Addition of "The Stanzas of Dzyan" as a prologue, without which one cannot understand what this book is about