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  Tuesday, 29 January 2019
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How do you deal with long term repressed soul destroying anger that flashes up every single day of your life when your alone ?
3 years ago
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#17993
Accepted Answer
Our Christ-Lord within ourselves can save us according to Justice.
In no way can we intimately Self-realize Minerva within ourselves, unless we previously pass through the Buddhist Annihilation.
The intimate Lord is our protector God.
We must annihilate the psychic aggregates and find refuge within the Lord.
The Lord can save us from the merciless snare that is laid by the secret enemy.
We must place our Spirit in the hands of the inner Christ. The Lord rejects those who latch on to vanity.
The Lord helps those who fight for the disintegration of the psychic aggregates of vanity.
In no way would it be possible to keep correct relations with the inner Lord and with all the independent and self-cognizant parts of the Being, if we do not previously annihilate all the psychic aggregates of vanity.
Vanity destroys the possibilities of illumination.
Illumination is grandiose, yet it is only possible by annihilating the psychic aggregates of vanity.
Illumination is a grace of the Lord.
Only the humble one can receive illumination by grace of the Lord.
Those who have not annihilated the psychic aggregates of pride cannot in any way reach illumination.
The Lord never shuts us up in the hands of our interior enemies.
One becomes astonished while in the presence of the craziness of anger.
The eyes of the angry one reveals complete madness.
Very devout people, apparently very simple within the temples, turn themselves into frightful creatures during attacks of anger.
Some people who study our teachings, who are dedicated to the dissolution of the undesirable psychic aggregates that we carry within our interior, suddenly become full of great anger. Within thunder and lightning, they tear apart their vestures.
The psychic aggregates of anger are multiple. There is anger because of jealousy, because of hatred, because of frustrated desires, because of selfish monetary motives, because of dis- puted matters, because of terror, or because of various states of spirit, mind, body, and tongue, etc.
One must Self-observe during an attack of anger, in order to truly specify the type of anger that invades us at any given moment.
At times, anger is due to self-love or hurt vanity.
At times, anger is due to hurt pride.
Anger is associated with many psychic aggregates. The angry one fails in the Great Work of the Father.
It is necessary to aim the ray of Kundalini against any psychic aggregate of anger in order to pierce it and atomically disintegrate it.
Those who do not work on themselves waste their life in sadness or in vain pleasures which leaves only deceptions. Thus, their life is wasted away in sighs.
Those who do not work on themselves here and now, become more and more incapable. Their interior enemies, the red demons of Seth, the living personifications of their psychological defects, mock them.
Those who do not work on themselves are not only full of problems, but moreover and worst of all, they are a problem for the distinct, independent parts of the Being.
Every person who has the ego, the “I,” is a hindrance everywhere; he hurts himself and he hurts others.
Whosoever has ego is a problem for himself and for his friends.
Any person who has the ego, the “I,” is like a ruined vessel that sails in the ocean of life, carrying his own misery.
We must work on ourselves and deliver our Spirit to our inner God.
The inner Christ withdraws from vanity.
Vanity is a charlatan by nature and when it is hurt, it thunders with great anger.
Many are the Saints who have revested themselves with the costume of vanity.
Aristipus revested himself with an old tunic which was covered with holes and patches. He then grasped the staff of philosophy and walked down the streets of Athens.
When Socrates saw him approaching, he exclaimed: “Oh Aristipus, your vanity is shown through the holes of your vesture.” Vanity and pride are used to being associated dangerously.
A wealthy woman could buy an antique car from the beginning of the century, in order to have it in her home. Such eccentricity is caused by dint of pride. However, because of vanity she would prefer to drive a fine new car on the streets of the city.
We would accept many things because of vanity, yet because of pride we reject them.
Anger, pride, and vanity impede the correct inner relations with the distinct, independent parts of the Being.
Our interior enemies, the red demons of Seth, take counsel in order to take our Soul away from us.
What purpose would it serve to conquer all the kingdoms of the world if we lose our Soul?
The Soul is laws, forces, divine virtues, powers, etc.
Whosoever does not crystallize the Soul within himself, loses his Soul.
We have previously stated that if the water does not boil at one hundred degrees, that which must be dissolved is not dissolved, and that which must be crystallized is not crystallized.
If, as well, we do not pass through great emotional crises, then we cannot dissolve the psychic aggregates, nor can we crystallize the Soul.
We repeat: we need to crystallize the Soul.
Each time a psychic aggregate is disintegrated, a virtue, a power, or a law, etc. is crystallized.
Thus, this is how we will reach the crystallization of the Soul. This is how we will possess our Soul.
Even the very body must convert itself into Soul.
Whosoever loses his Soul sinks himself into the infernal worlds.
We must work on ourselves and trust in our Innermost God. Our Innermost God can save us from our interior enemies.
The Lord can reveal his face to his serf, if he is working on himself. The Lord can save us according to His grace.
The impious ones will be put to shame and turned towards the infernal worlds. The impious ones are the red demons of Seth.

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

3 years ago
·
#17993
Accepted Answer
Our Christ-Lord within ourselves can save us according to Justice.
In no way can we intimately Self-realize Minerva within ourselves, unless we previously pass through the Buddhist Annihilation.
The intimate Lord is our protector God.
We must annihilate the psychic aggregates and find refuge within the Lord.
The Lord can save us from the merciless snare that is laid by the secret enemy.
We must place our Spirit in the hands of the inner Christ. The Lord rejects those who latch on to vanity.
The Lord helps those who fight for the disintegration of the psychic aggregates of vanity.
In no way would it be possible to keep correct relations with the inner Lord and with all the independent and self-cognizant parts of the Being, if we do not previously annihilate all the psychic aggregates of vanity.
Vanity destroys the possibilities of illumination.
Illumination is grandiose, yet it is only possible by annihilating the psychic aggregates of vanity.
Illumination is a grace of the Lord.
Only the humble one can receive illumination by grace of the Lord.
Those who have not annihilated the psychic aggregates of pride cannot in any way reach illumination.
The Lord never shuts us up in the hands of our interior enemies.
One becomes astonished while in the presence of the craziness of anger.
The eyes of the angry one reveals complete madness.
Very devout people, apparently very simple within the temples, turn themselves into frightful creatures during attacks of anger.
Some people who study our teachings, who are dedicated to the dissolution of the undesirable psychic aggregates that we carry within our interior, suddenly become full of great anger. Within thunder and lightning, they tear apart their vestures.
The psychic aggregates of anger are multiple. There is anger because of jealousy, because of hatred, because of frustrated desires, because of selfish monetary motives, because of dis- puted matters, because of terror, or because of various states of spirit, mind, body, and tongue, etc.
One must Self-observe during an attack of anger, in order to truly specify the type of anger that invades us at any given moment.
At times, anger is due to self-love or hurt vanity.
At times, anger is due to hurt pride.
Anger is associated with many psychic aggregates. The angry one fails in the Great Work of the Father.
It is necessary to aim the ray of Kundalini against any psychic aggregate of anger in order to pierce it and atomically disintegrate it.
Those who do not work on themselves waste their life in sadness or in vain pleasures which leaves only deceptions. Thus, their life is wasted away in sighs.
Those who do not work on themselves here and now, become more and more incapable. Their interior enemies, the red demons of Seth, the living personifications of their psychological defects, mock them.
Those who do not work on themselves are not only full of problems, but moreover and worst of all, they are a problem for the distinct, independent parts of the Being.
Every person who has the ego, the “I,” is a hindrance everywhere; he hurts himself and he hurts others.
Whosoever has ego is a problem for himself and for his friends.
Any person who has the ego, the “I,” is like a ruined vessel that sails in the ocean of life, carrying his own misery.
We must work on ourselves and deliver our Spirit to our inner God.
The inner Christ withdraws from vanity.
Vanity is a charlatan by nature and when it is hurt, it thunders with great anger.
Many are the Saints who have revested themselves with the costume of vanity.
Aristipus revested himself with an old tunic which was covered with holes and patches. He then grasped the staff of philosophy and walked down the streets of Athens.
When Socrates saw him approaching, he exclaimed: “Oh Aristipus, your vanity is shown through the holes of your vesture.” Vanity and pride are used to being associated dangerously.
A wealthy woman could buy an antique car from the beginning of the century, in order to have it in her home. Such eccentricity is caused by dint of pride. However, because of vanity she would prefer to drive a fine new car on the streets of the city.
We would accept many things because of vanity, yet because of pride we reject them.
Anger, pride, and vanity impede the correct inner relations with the distinct, independent parts of the Being.
Our interior enemies, the red demons of Seth, take counsel in order to take our Soul away from us.
What purpose would it serve to conquer all the kingdoms of the world if we lose our Soul?
The Soul is laws, forces, divine virtues, powers, etc.
Whosoever does not crystallize the Soul within himself, loses his Soul.
We have previously stated that if the water does not boil at one hundred degrees, that which must be dissolved is not dissolved, and that which must be crystallized is not crystallized.
If, as well, we do not pass through great emotional crises, then we cannot dissolve the psychic aggregates, nor can we crystallize the Soul.
We repeat: we need to crystallize the Soul.
Each time a psychic aggregate is disintegrated, a virtue, a power, or a law, etc. is crystallized.
Thus, this is how we will reach the crystallization of the Soul. This is how we will possess our Soul.
Even the very body must convert itself into Soul.
Whosoever loses his Soul sinks himself into the infernal worlds.
We must work on ourselves and trust in our Innermost God. Our Innermost God can save us from our interior enemies.
The Lord can reveal his face to his serf, if he is working on himself. The Lord can save us according to His grace.
The impious ones will be put to shame and turned towards the infernal worlds. The impious ones are the red demons of Seth.

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

3 years ago
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#17999
Thank you for your help...Brian
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