Wednesday, 16 September 2020
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Okay guys these Question is dealing with the Hebrew Language, so if anyone is an active listener; to Gnostic Radio, one will realize that one of the instructors who "regularly gives lectures is highly educated of the Hebrew letters, and to him its like a language, but for many of the students that don't know zero about the Hebrew Language or the letters, including myself, at times it is very difficult to follow note to note of he's given sermons, because of he's knowledge on these language, "most of, if not all of he's sermons are orchestrated with the tree of life and the Hebrew alphabets, which is good and necessary, for me personally am able to take out the message but knowing that I missed out on some segments of a given lecture because of the language barrier, again this is not a blame of any kind, because the man does a super good job with he's job, but now as a student, I would like an advice, is these barrier something to consider or just give no worries about?
Inverential peace.
1 year ago
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The path of the well balanced man isn’t a rejection of the three inferior paths - the path of the fakir, the path of the monk and the path of the yogi - but rather the intelligent unification of those three paths, a unification that can only be achieved through the work with and activation of a superior principle, the consciousness. Thus, part of the path is the maintaining of our physical and energetic health through practices such as the Rites of Rejuvenation; another part of the path is the work with the development of our heart, through prayer, contemplation, mantras, comprehension of our defects and the development of our virtues, etc. Yet, part of the path is also the work with the intellect, through the broadening of our understanding, through study, reflection and meditation.

When we were children, we had to learn how to read and write. It was necessary for us to go through that process so that we could interact with the world, and it came easily to us when we were young, because of the flexibility and suppleness of our mind. But, as easily as it came, we still had to learn it; it was not automatic or inherent. We had to make the effort to understand the link between the symbols and sounds, and how they all combined together to form our mother tongue. Likewise, when we want to study these teachings, if we want to begin to understand the concepts, especially as it pertains to things such as Kabbalah and the Hebrew alphabet, we have to make that effort. Only with persistent and sincere study can we begin to makes those connections in our mind that allow us to understand that which we currently do not understand, just as we had to when we were children. And, of course, once we have the intellectual understanding, it is necessary for us to take that further and turn that intellectual comprehension into more profound and deeper levels of comprehension through meditation, because intellectual knowledge for the sake of intellectual knowledge belongs to the path of the yogi, and this is the path of the well balance man.

Study these links:
https://gnosticteachings.org/courses/twenty-two-arcana-of-tarot.html
https://stevemorse.org/hebrew/trans.html?mode=hebrew

Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah,
the Root of David, has prevailed to open the book,
and to loose the seven seals thereof. - Revelation 5: 5

1 year ago
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#22921
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The path of the well balanced man isn’t a rejection of the three inferior paths - the path of the fakir, the path of the monk and the path of the yogi - but rather the intelligent unification of those three paths, a unification that can only be achieved through the work with and activation of a superior principle, the consciousness. Thus, part of the path is the maintaining of our physical and energetic health through practices such as the Rites of Rejuvenation; another part of the path is the work with the development of our heart, through prayer, contemplation, mantras, comprehension of our defects and the development of our virtues, etc. Yet, part of the path is also the work with the intellect, through the broadening of our understanding, through study, reflection and meditation.

When we were children, we had to learn how to read and write. It was necessary for us to go through that process so that we could interact with the world, and it came easily to us when we were young, because of the flexibility and suppleness of our mind. But, as easily as it came, we still had to learn it; it was not automatic or inherent. We had to make the effort to understand the link between the symbols and sounds, and how they all combined together to form our mother tongue. Likewise, when we want to study these teachings, if we want to begin to understand the concepts, especially as it pertains to things such as Kabbalah and the Hebrew alphabet, we have to make that effort. Only with persistent and sincere study can we begin to makes those connections in our mind that allow us to understand that which we currently do not understand, just as we had to when we were children. And, of course, once we have the intellectual understanding, it is necessary for us to take that further and turn that intellectual comprehension into more profound and deeper levels of comprehension through meditation, because intellectual knowledge for the sake of intellectual knowledge belongs to the path of the yogi, and this is the path of the well balance man.

Study these links:
https://gnosticteachings.org/courses/twenty-two-arcana-of-tarot.html
https://stevemorse.org/hebrew/trans.html?mode=hebrew

Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah,
the Root of David, has prevailed to open the book,
and to loose the seven seals thereof. - Revelation 5: 5

1 year ago
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#22922
Thanks, Lion of Judah the explanation was indeed a perfect one, nice advice. Will go ahead and study that.
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