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Is the meaning of ethics that the first step becoming a human is to behave like a human and then of course eradicate our inhuman elements?

But then comes the question: What is to behave like a human? It is a process watching all day long not to violate any of the laws that make one a human! And even now that I write all these, do I really not violate any one? I feel so not sure, what to do? I have the desire to do everything perfect, and until I achieve the perfection of ethics, I will not rest. Almost everything that I want is unethical and everything that I avoid doing, also brakes the laws of ethics, what is the middle way?

Must I admit that it is impossible to become right away 100% ethical? But then I might fall into the trap of self-forgiving. Will meditating on the lives of the great masters will help me to see what it is to be a human.
6 years ago
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#11812
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To become human (to be a HUM-Man, a spirit-mind / superior manas) we must die to the ego and enter into the Major Mysteries.

First discover your defects, then judge and comprehend them in meditation, and afterward eliminate them through prayer to Devi Kundalini.

We have 3% unconditioned human soul to work with. The more ego we annihilate, the more we develop the human soul and the capacity to strengthen it, so that it can fuse with the Being, making us a Human Being.

To behave as a human being, we must comprehend the virtues of the soul and the Being, developed through comprehension and annihilation of the ego. The ethical triangle, Chesed, Geburah, and Tiphereth (spirit, solar consciousness, and solar will / human soul) manifest in us when the obscurations to that light are removed.

The middle way is comprehension, neither avoiding or justifying, but understanding.

Meditating on the virtues of the prophets is inspiring, but even more practical is to meditate on the qualities of your soul and how they may guide the current of your life, through vivid, direct experience and the laconic action of the Being.

When you see how your Being manifests in your daily, practical life, you will truly taste the potential and understanding of what it means to be human!

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

6 years ago
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#11812
Accepted Answer
To become human (to be a HUM-Man, a spirit-mind / superior manas) we must die to the ego and enter into the Major Mysteries.

First discover your defects, then judge and comprehend them in meditation, and afterward eliminate them through prayer to Devi Kundalini.

We have 3% unconditioned human soul to work with. The more ego we annihilate, the more we develop the human soul and the capacity to strengthen it, so that it can fuse with the Being, making us a Human Being.

To behave as a human being, we must comprehend the virtues of the soul and the Being, developed through comprehension and annihilation of the ego. The ethical triangle, Chesed, Geburah, and Tiphereth (spirit, solar consciousness, and solar will / human soul) manifest in us when the obscurations to that light are removed.

The middle way is comprehension, neither avoiding or justifying, but understanding.

Meditating on the virtues of the prophets is inspiring, but even more practical is to meditate on the qualities of your soul and how they may guide the current of your life, through vivid, direct experience and the laconic action of the Being.

When you see how your Being manifests in your daily, practical life, you will truly taste the potential and understanding of what it means to be human!

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

6 years ago
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#11817
Thank you for your answer, your answer was very clear and helpful. So the beginning to become a human is to learn to meditate? Then we can annihilate our ego and merge with our Being.

As I understood meditation is a all day long process, how much should we sit to practice, so that to have a progress? As much as possible? In the meditation essential course it says to practice self observation during the day, concentration, and hold a spiritual diary. Is there something else other than these three that I could do?

Does it make a difference if during the day we concentrate on a mantra, an image of a deity/master of our choice, on remembering that we are in the body, or remembering our Being?

Meditating on the virtues of the prophets is inspiring, but even more practical is to meditate on the qualities of your soul and how they may guide the current of your life, through vivid, direct experience and the laconic action of the Being.


How to meditate on the qualities of my soul? I still cannot meditate, but this is my main goal now. That is why I study and do the practices given in the courses practical spirituality and meditation essentials.
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