Thursday, 22 March 2018
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Hi,
Although I'm unsure of the ultimate value of asking ; I wonder what does it mean in practical terms:

"The struggle is terrible, brain against sex, and sex against brain, but the worst is the struggle between heart and heart."

Brain against sex? sex against brain? heart against heart?

I think I read somewhere that your teacher can negotiate that the ultimate illness of Kamaduro be postponed till later in life if you are working hard, is this correct?
Thankyou.
4 years ago
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#16202
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It is simply saying that when sexual attraction (sex) conflicts with our education, ideas, or culture, that is difficult, Yet, the worst conflicts are emotional.

And no, kamaduro is not negotiated by a teacher. It is managed by your Divine Mother.

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

4 years ago
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#16202
Accepted Answer
It is simply saying that when sexual attraction (sex) conflicts with our education, ideas, or culture, that is difficult, Yet, the worst conflicts are emotional.

And no, kamaduro is not negotiated by a teacher. It is managed by your Divine Mother.

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

4 years ago
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#16231
Thanks. Yes the teacher reference was some obscure line I misinterpreted.

Can I ask please , is Kamaduro also a recurrence?

Thanks again.
4 years ago
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#16232
Kamaduro is the outcome of specific mistaken actions.

Recurrence is the tendency of desires to return to the circumstances that nourish them.

Therefore, kamaduro and recurrence are not the same thing.

Nevertheless, if recurrent circumstances lead to sexual mistakes, kamaduro can be the outcome. And if those mistakes are repeated, the kamaduro accumulates.

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

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