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  Thursday, 17 May 2012
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Hello,

Considering having enough experience as a single person transmuting my own sexual energy, what would it be the correct procedure to maintain a relationship with my partner who does not work with its own sexual energy?
In other words, should I step back in my understanding of these matters (practicing white magic, sublimating my sexual energy, etc..) and first "tune in" with my partner with the common way of dealing with the sexual energies?

This relationship is under a crisis due to the fact my partner does not like me mantralizing and practicing of white <a href="/connect/blog/what-is-tantra" title="Tantra means "continuum" or "flow"" target="_parent" >Tantra</a>.Common people do not accept luxury as a mistake.
I remember master Samael explaining that we should at first practice normal sex ( this is an odd because it is not well explained in his books what would it be "normal sex" ) and then step further to supra sex.
It is painfull to me because I've been practicing for example Ham-Sah for many years. I've been very dedicating to white magic.

Now, after 2 months of a recent relationship (we could say a marriage because we live together and share life together), our relationship is under risk mainly because I know my partner won't change the way of looking to these matters.

True Love is present our relationship.

Should I step back for a while to maintaing our relationship?


Thanks

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10 years ago
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#1293
Accepted Answer
If your partner does not like you vocalizing mantras, then do them silently. ;)

Be careful, good disciple, of people who advise you to spill the Cup of Hermes. [...] Every devotee who spills the Cup of Hermes inevitably falls into the Abyss of fatality. Be vigilant. Remember that the Path of the Perfect Matrimony is the Path of the Razor’s Edge. This path is full of dangers, both within and without. Many are they who begin, but it is very difficult to find someone who does not leave the path.


A great deal of patience is needed in order not to fall into the abyss. We are tested many times.


The disciple that allows himself to fall has to fight a lot in order to recuperate what he has lost.


If one violates the oath of chastity, then the downfall is produced and one is abandoned by the Mother; one is then submitted to pain and bitterness.

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

10 years ago
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#1293
Accepted Answer
If your partner does not like you vocalizing mantras, then do them silently. ;)

Be careful, good disciple, of people who advise you to spill the Cup of Hermes. [...] Every devotee who spills the Cup of Hermes inevitably falls into the Abyss of fatality. Be vigilant. Remember that the Path of the Perfect Matrimony is the Path of the Razor’s Edge. This path is full of dangers, both within and without. Many are they who begin, but it is very difficult to find someone who does not leave the path.


A great deal of patience is needed in order not to fall into the abyss. We are tested many times.


The disciple that allows himself to fall has to fight a lot in order to recuperate what he has lost.


If one violates the oath of chastity, then the downfall is produced and one is abandoned by the Mother; one is then submitted to pain and bitterness.

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

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