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  Saturday, 18 July 2020
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...On one occasion, a famous penologist stated, “To discover truth we have to renounce logic.” In part, this lawyer spoke the truth, but partially he did not. Indeed, we have to renounce formal logic (Pistis), but not (Dianoetic) logic, because logic is the art of correct thinking. If we stop thinking correctly (in the Spirit), clearly we fall into the absurd. In his Critique of Pure Reasoning, Emmanuel Kant showed us the path of transcendental logic. Prior to Bacon and the famous Aristotle, in the archaic scriptures of the sacred land of the Vedas, formulae for a superior logic (Dianoia and Nous) were already given. These formulae were written in very ancient books. This logic is dialectic logic. This is intuitive logic, the logic of ecstasy, the logic of the infinite (the conscious state of Turiya). This logic existed long before deductive or inductive logic were formulated. When the human being dominates this marvelous key of the mind called dialectic logic, he can then open the mysterious door of the world of natural causes (Nirvana) without the risk of falling into error. The axioms of dialectic logic can only be formulated during ecstasy (or Supra-conscious Samadhi, the consciousness of Christ, Nous).

If, indeed we want to deeply comprehend the multidimensional world and visit the sacred land of the Gods situated in the northern polar cap, we urgently need to hurl everything out from within the temple of our mind, hurl all the intellectual idols that have become axioms. We need to emancipate the mind, to liberate it from formal logic, which is only good for Moliere and his caricatures.


Here in the physical world some of us have to understand mathematics, geometry, algebra etc to be able to work in our fields of employment or to potentially solve challenging issues. Samael Aun Weor stated that geometry is only good for a specific part of the physical dimension and that metageometry goes beyond with the help of dialectic logic and that we should liberate from formal logic. This is quite difficult to do when in our workplace using formal logic aids to make progress, however if one were to abandon this type of logic we would certainly be in a type of limbo with no direction and quite lost if we don't have dianoetic logic. How should we proceed in this case?

How could we develop the Dianoetic logic?
Do we need the Solar Mental body to develop it?
Is Emanual Kant's trancendetal logic the same as dianoetic logic?
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Dialectical logic knows how to use the three brains in balance, with wisdom and harmony, in relation to the impressions of life.

Dialectical logic does not forgo the use of the intellectual brain. It merely knows how to use the intellect in its proper place.

You develop dialectic logic through meditation on your experiences, understanding the relationship between personal states and external events, the three brains, the transformation of impressions, ethical behavior, concentration and imagination, etc.

As you can see, this is not easy. It is an acquired skill, developed over many years. You will recognize such awakened states and clarified understandings of the mind through trial and error.

Understanding, comprehension, and intelligence, alongside imagination, must replaced reasoning.

We can understand the solution of a problem without having to reason. This occurs when the mind is receptive, not active. The consciousness must be active and the personality and ego passive. This is intuitive logic, intuition, comprehension.

Learn to separate the smoke from the flames.

Having a solar mental body does not guarantee one will know how to master dialectical logic. Even Nietzsche had a solar mental body, but he degenerated into lunacy.

Learn to comprehend your ego and its mistakes, so that you do not reason as an animal, but as a human being.

As for Emmanuel Kant, he had some strong insights, but this does not mean he was awakened in Dianoia. He perceived the limitations of his mind, but firmly believed it was impossible to see the truth behind things. This was his fundamental agnostic mistake.

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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#22444
Accepted Answer
Dialectical logic knows how to use the three brains in balance, with wisdom and harmony, in relation to the impressions of life.

Dialectical logic does not forgo the use of the intellectual brain. It merely knows how to use the intellect in its proper place.

You develop dialectic logic through meditation on your experiences, understanding the relationship between personal states and external events, the three brains, the transformation of impressions, ethical behavior, concentration and imagination, etc.

As you can see, this is not easy. It is an acquired skill, developed over many years. You will recognize such awakened states and clarified understandings of the mind through trial and error.

Understanding, comprehension, and intelligence, alongside imagination, must replaced reasoning.

We can understand the solution of a problem without having to reason. This occurs when the mind is receptive, not active. The consciousness must be active and the personality and ego passive. This is intuitive logic, intuition, comprehension.

Learn to separate the smoke from the flames.

Having a solar mental body does not guarantee one will know how to master dialectical logic. Even Nietzsche had a solar mental body, but he degenerated into lunacy.

Learn to comprehend your ego and its mistakes, so that you do not reason as an animal, but as a human being.

As for Emmanuel Kant, he had some strong insights, but this does not mean he was awakened in Dianoia. He perceived the limitations of his mind, but firmly believed it was impossible to see the truth behind things. This was his fundamental agnostic mistake.

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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