Saturday, 11 August 2018
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In his lecture, The Didactic for the Dissolution of the "I", Master Samael Aun Weor states:
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“Obviously, if we do not pass through great emotional crises we cannot crystallize Soul either.

In order to radically dissolve any psychological inhuman aggregate, it is inevitably necessary to undergo a great emotional crisis.

I have met people capable to undergo such crises; it is coming into my memory the case of certain Gnostic sister, from the Patriarchal headquarters in Mexico, who endured frightful tribulations, horrible moral crises when remembering grave errors from her former lives. Thus, people like this, with that tremendous capacity of remorse, persons which are capable to undergo very grave emotional crises, obviously can crystallize Soul.”
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How do these emotional crises come about?
How can we make these emotional crises happen? Do we make them happen?
Do they arise spontaneously from comprehension?
How can we have them?
4 years ago
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As in the example given, by remembering our errors, defects, and crimes.

Unpaid karma can also cause the emergence of terrible emotional crises, such as betrayals, adulteries, loss, painful problems with no visible solution, etc.

In any case, we do not need to seek out these crises. Our focus should be on doing our work. If our Innermost determines that we need a crisis for a particular reason, it will happen.

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

4 years ago
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#16921
Accepted Answer
As in the example given, by remembering our errors, defects, and crimes.

Unpaid karma can also cause the emergence of terrible emotional crises, such as betrayals, adulteries, loss, painful problems with no visible solution, etc.

In any case, we do not need to seek out these crises. Our focus should be on doing our work. If our Innermost determines that we need a crisis for a particular reason, it will happen.

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

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