Sunday, 11 August 2019
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Hello most generous instructors.

It is clear that one can only walk through the doorways of internal initiation if one is chaste and not fornicating. In the case of an aspirant who is genuinely transmuting with/without a partner but experiences sexual falls through wet dreams, does this close the door to initiation?

What I mean is that can someone who is walking the path of Initiation still experience wet dreams, or for initiation to begin does nocturnal pollutions need to be totally overcome?

Also could someone on let’s say the first mountain still be a victim to a nightly fall?

Inverential peace. :)
3 years ago
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Accepted Answer
Falls are always possible until the weaknesses that produce them are comprehended and removed.

There are degrees to falling, different intensities, depending on the magnitude of the fault.

People may have accidents, which constitute serious obstacles, but to fall intentionally is different.

With meditation and death of desire, with alchemy, the body can be trained to never lose energy. Yet this takes work.

I’ve known people in the minor mysteries who suffered nocturnal pollutions, but were healed through alchemy. Yet even after entering initiation, could fall due to lust. What matters is our will.

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

3 years ago
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#19568
Accepted Answer
Falls are always possible until the weaknesses that produce them are comprehended and removed.

There are degrees to falling, different intensities, depending on the magnitude of the fault.

People may have accidents, which constitute serious obstacles, but to fall intentionally is different.

With meditation and death of desire, with alchemy, the body can be trained to never lose energy. Yet this takes work.

I’ve known people in the minor mysteries who suffered nocturnal pollutions, but were healed through alchemy. Yet even after entering initiation, could fall due to lust. What matters is our will.

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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