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Did Beethoven practice sexual magic at all in his life? Did he fully awaken and walk the path as a great master does?

His music truly towers as a communicative tool of the titanic struggle of the self's liberation from wordly things, and points to me of his greatness as a being. Was he a bodhisattva? I have read he did not have a wife, and therefore I can only outwardly assume he did not practice sacred sex. But VM Samael Aun Weor said Beethoven had sitting at his desk the divine Kundalini, for he worshiped her?

Any valuable information about this great Master would be appreciated!

Much thanks :)

Peace.
5 years ago
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Beethoven is a great master. I do not know if he was resurrected at the end of his last incarnation, but the depth of his music demonstrates his unparalleled knowledge of Kabbalah and Alchemy.

Many masters like the Dalai Lama choose to practice solar brahmacharya. Upon creating the solar bodies, many masters take the dry path (a period of sexual abstention) rather than the humid path (continued practice in alchemy). The dry path is perfectly acceptable.

The dry and humid paths are represented in Da Vinci's Mona Lisa: an image of the Divine Mother showing the two paths opened before a Master of the Fifth Initiation of Major Mysteries.

Read Igneous Rose to read about the path of St. Francis of Assisi and other solar celibates who seek to raise the sacred fires through abstention. This, of course, is a very slow process compared to one who engages in a matrimony.

By this we do not advocate lunar brahmacharya. See our glossary for more information.

I have personally experienced Beethoven's symphonies in the internal planes. How he was able to convey the wisdom of Kabbalah so perfectly leaves me baffled. There is not a single missing or inappropriate note! :o

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

5 years ago
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#13638
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Beethoven is a great master. I do not know if he was resurrected at the end of his last incarnation, but the depth of his music demonstrates his unparalleled knowledge of Kabbalah and Alchemy.

Many masters like the Dalai Lama choose to practice solar brahmacharya. Upon creating the solar bodies, many masters take the dry path (a period of sexual abstention) rather than the humid path (continued practice in alchemy). The dry path is perfectly acceptable.

The dry and humid paths are represented in Da Vinci's Mona Lisa: an image of the Divine Mother showing the two paths opened before a Master of the Fifth Initiation of Major Mysteries.

Read Igneous Rose to read about the path of St. Francis of Assisi and other solar celibates who seek to raise the sacred fires through abstention. This, of course, is a very slow process compared to one who engages in a matrimony.

By this we do not advocate lunar brahmacharya. See our glossary for more information.

I have personally experienced Beethoven's symphonies in the internal planes. How he was able to convey the wisdom of Kabbalah so perfectly leaves me baffled. There is not a single missing or inappropriate note! :o

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

5 years ago
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Very interesting, as I had not previously heard of these two paths of dry and humid. But once the solar bodies are created, is there any need of the humid path? Does not the sexual act cease at a particular point for the master? I am sure I read Samael Aun Weor saying this at some point.

I gather that Beethoven may have been a solar celibate, but his brain must have been highly sexually charged, for his ability with music and his creative understanding is phenomenal? It is quite obvious that he saw the interaction of music within himself within the subtle profound depths of his inner world; the tones of his very Nature, the melody of Man that would erupt from him whenever he felt Love profound (hymn to joy), the whole alchemical activity of his inner psychological world, which leads me to understanding that he had extra-sensory perception, and was quite spiritually developed in some way or another.

Wagner hints at his powers, including his power of revealing the internal world of music, in his written essay called Beethoven.

I only ask about his sexual activities, because he seems so powerful a man to me. Very inspiring. I understand more about the path than most poets I read. Beethoven moves me more than any poem, novel, or prose ever has. Music is indeed a very powerful tool of the spiritual seeker. Beethoven is all the more personal than anyone else I have experienced musically. What a gift upon humanity he truly is!

To find out of your experience in the internal planes with his music, what a gift that must have been! To see his music!

Has he ever moved you to tears?



Peace :)
5 years ago
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#13649
Beethoven was not just a musician. He is a prophet. How else can one not weep from joy from hearing the promise and benedictions of divinity? :o

Many masters chose the dry path, which is a very slow process. Others take the humid path, which is much quicker. To learn more about solar brahmacharya, study our websites, glossary, and books.

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

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