Tuesday, 09 February 2016
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It is stated that talking about things one has not experienced is bad.

How should we describe this tradition to others, given the fact that most of us have next to none actual gnosis? When talking about a subject on which we don't have gnosis, is it enough to begin with a statement that we are quoting what the masters have said? For example, when describing evolution and devolution, is it enough to begin with: "Master Samael states that..."?
Is this now completely ethical?
6 years ago
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#11195
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If you are alive, you have some gnosis of what you have experienced and observed.

If you are practicing gnosis daily, then you have gnosis from your comprehension of yourself, nature, the psyche, etc. You know how things work for you.

Start with this. Talk from your own experience. Keep to facts.

When you have to talk about things outside of your experience, be honest, but also rely on proven, reliable sources as support.

Yet, above all of this, the most important ethic is to be cognizant of the one who is hearing your words. Our words can heal and they can also kill. To know when to talk is as important as knowing what to say.

:)

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

6 years ago
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#11195
Accepted Answer
If you are alive, you have some gnosis of what you have experienced and observed.

If you are practicing gnosis daily, then you have gnosis from your comprehension of yourself, nature, the psyche, etc. You know how things work for you.

Start with this. Talk from your own experience. Keep to facts.

When you have to talk about things outside of your experience, be honest, but also rely on proven, reliable sources as support.

Yet, above all of this, the most important ethic is to be cognizant of the one who is hearing your words. Our words can heal and they can also kill. To know when to talk is as important as knowing what to say.

:)

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

6 years ago
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#11197
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