Thursday, 21 May 2020
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Dear Instructors,

Is it worth the try to enter the Jinn state?

Has anyone of the instructors or Gnostic members ever successfully entered the Jinn state?
2 years ago
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#21973
Accepted Answer
Is it worth it? It depends on what you value, what is important to you. Personally, I believe it is more practical to train in meditation first.

Regarding the instructors, none will answer this, because:

This science should never be exhibited, for the White Lodge forbids it. Jinn science is not to be displayed or demonstrated as a spectacle of magic. This science is terribly divine and can be practiced only in secret. When I, the author of this book, wanted to publicly demonstrate jinn science, the Master Morya immediately intervened by saying: “We have been teaching and helping you for the past ten years and now you want to exhibit your powers. Why? Powers are very sacred. Powers must not be exhibited to the pub- lic.” Since then we have understood that the jinn science is very secret. Many people would like to see demonstrations. We, the brothers and sisters of the temple, are not experimental animals of a laboratory.

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

2 years ago
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#21983
Awakened states, whether in dreams or out of the body, constitute meditation: the conscious reception of knowledge and the new.

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

2 years ago
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#21977
Thank Alexis,
You are absolutely right. I have been having almost daily astral travel experiences. Only problem is I am not able to steer where I go. I tried and while traveling also I asked many times to brought to the gnostic church but to na avail. It also seems to happen after I have been doin the Fa Ra ON mantra or RUSTI there is a gap in between as if I felt asleep.

Does astral travel/dream yoga also count as meditation?
2 years ago
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#21973
Accepted Answer
Is it worth it? It depends on what you value, what is important to you. Personally, I believe it is more practical to train in meditation first.

Regarding the instructors, none will answer this, because:

This science should never be exhibited, for the White Lodge forbids it. Jinn science is not to be displayed or demonstrated as a spectacle of magic. This science is terribly divine and can be practiced only in secret. When I, the author of this book, wanted to publicly demonstrate jinn science, the Master Morya immediately intervened by saying: “We have been teaching and helping you for the past ten years and now you want to exhibit your powers. Why? Powers are very sacred. Powers must not be exhibited to the pub- lic.” Since then we have understood that the jinn science is very secret. Many people would like to see demonstrations. We, the brothers and sisters of the temple, are not experimental animals of a laboratory.

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

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