Wednesday, 05 September 2012
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Master Samael in Book of the Dead states: The human personality is formed during the first seven years, and at fourteen years personal energy appears and, flowing domineeringly through the sympathetic nervous system, sex appears at thirty-five years in its transcendental form as creative emotion. It is upon reaching this age that we can make what is called Soul. The common man does not have a soul, or rather, he still is not a true man; he doesn’t even have a soul.

Could you explain more about the creative emotion? As we understand creation of the soul can also happen before mentioned age?

Thank you.
9 years ago
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From birth to age thirty-five occur a series of developmental phases in which our sexual energy creates and elaborates the three brains. This process is not complete until age thirty-five. During this time, a huge percentage of our sexual forces are directed towards the creation and elaboration of the three brains, leaving only a small amount to be used elsewhere (which, as you know, we waste immediately).

In the mid-thirties, the organism is fully mature and the sexual energy is done with the former work. Therefore, the energy is ready to elevate the emotional-spiritual aspect of life, which for most people, is invested into building a family and a career. For the spiritual type, this energy can instead be invested into initiation. In synthesis, the energy can be fully directed into spirituality, whereas in the younger ages, the energy has other duties, thus less is available to dedicate to spirituality.

With sexual maturity, one can begin building the soul. Yet before age thirty-five, the available energy is less.

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

9 years ago
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#3291
Accepted Answer
From birth to age thirty-five occur a series of developmental phases in which our sexual energy creates and elaborates the three brains. This process is not complete until age thirty-five. During this time, a huge percentage of our sexual forces are directed towards the creation and elaboration of the three brains, leaving only a small amount to be used elsewhere (which, as you know, we waste immediately).

In the mid-thirties, the organism is fully mature and the sexual energy is done with the former work. Therefore, the energy is ready to elevate the emotional-spiritual aspect of life, which for most people, is invested into building a family and a career. For the spiritual type, this energy can instead be invested into initiation. In synthesis, the energy can be fully directed into spirituality, whereas in the younger ages, the energy has other duties, thus less is available to dedicate to spirituality.

With sexual maturity, one can begin building the soul. Yet before age thirty-five, the available energy is less.

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

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