Monday, 24 April 2017
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Hello- what do we do with feelings of fear, guilt and remorse? (Especially concerning the well-being of children) How do we confront the demons attached to memories of our own fall and mechanicity? Samael's story from the attached link really struck a deep chord in my heart - obviously things that I have repressed. I read it last night- had vivid, dark dreams and I had a difficult time staying focused and "light" today, - feeling confronted and heavy.
Thank You
5 years ago
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#14063
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MEDITATE on those feelings. They are trying to tell you something, but your intellect will not see it.

What could be expected from the one who does not feel remorse? That one is a sure candidate for the abyss and for the second death. Yet, if someone still feels remorse, who is capable of feeling remorse for committing bad actions, that one is worthy of admiration. Indeed, I admire the one who still feels remorse. I know some who are still able to mourn for wrongdoings committed in previous lives. Obviously, that when I listen to people like that, I cannot help but to feel... feel some comfort in the heart. I know that such people can achieve the inner realization of the Being. Yet, when I meet someone who feels no remorse for anything, not even for committing a bad action, pain fills my heart, because I know that one is an absolutely hopeless case. That is the harsh reality. - Samael Aun Weor, Harvest of the Sun
5 years ago
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#14063
Accepted Answer
MEDITATE on those feelings. They are trying to tell you something, but your intellect will not see it.

What could be expected from the one who does not feel remorse? That one is a sure candidate for the abyss and for the second death. Yet, if someone still feels remorse, who is capable of feeling remorse for committing bad actions, that one is worthy of admiration. Indeed, I admire the one who still feels remorse. I know some who are still able to mourn for wrongdoings committed in previous lives. Obviously, that when I listen to people like that, I cannot help but to feel... feel some comfort in the heart. I know that such people can achieve the inner realization of the Being. Yet, when I meet someone who feels no remorse for anything, not even for committing a bad action, pain fills my heart, because I know that one is an absolutely hopeless case. That is the harsh reality. - Samael Aun Weor, Harvest of the Sun
5 years ago
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#14069
I can attest that meditation drew me from many dark places - thank you for the reminder.
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