Friday, 04 September 2015
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How can one know what is funny, what can be laughed at, without falling into the danger and error of feeding a psychological aggregate or defect. I think you "innerstand" my question
Danke Schon! ;)

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6 years ago
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#10210
Accepted Answer
To laugh is a natural quality of innocence, and to feel happy is a reflection of the purity of the soul.

Each ego is a machine that traps qualities of the consciousness. That is why we confuse the consciousness with the ego. The ego is just mechanized, animalized consciousness.

It follows then that there are many egos related to laughter, humor, even "happiness," but in this case the emotional expression is not from innocence or liberated consciousness, but from some desire, anger, lust, pride, etc.

To tell the difference in yourself requires much observation and meditation, because on the surface each ego can appear quite harmless.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

6 years ago
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#10210
Accepted Answer
To laugh is a natural quality of innocence, and to feel happy is a reflection of the purity of the soul.

Each ego is a machine that traps qualities of the consciousness. That is why we confuse the consciousness with the ego. The ego is just mechanized, animalized consciousness.

It follows then that there are many egos related to laughter, humor, even "happiness," but in this case the emotional expression is not from innocence or liberated consciousness, but from some desire, anger, lust, pride, etc.

To tell the difference in yourself requires much observation and meditation, because on the surface each ego can appear quite harmless.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

6 years ago
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#10212
Ehen! I see... self observation... i like your answer and i am very happy for it.

But you guys removed :o what i though would do no harm to nobody and said Ads not allowed!
Ok oh! Keine probleme! Danke Schon! Adios!
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