Friday, 19 February 2021
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"Right" View

Saṃmā (संमा)
1) To measure.
2) To make equal, equalize
3) To liken, compare
4) To be comprised or contained in;
5) To distribute, grant, bestow (Ved.).

How/why do you suppose we fall into this Semantics/judgement cycle?
I can't help but notice this in these 2 quotes:

"How can the Illuminated Void be defined...? How can that which is beyond time be described...?
Thus, the Samadhi became extremely profound... The absolute absence of the “I,” the complete loss of individuality, the greater and greater radical impersonalization caused fear in me.....
Then, woe is me!... Woe! Woe! It was then that I comprehended the inconvenient joke of the ego. The ego was the one who was suffering, it was afraid of its life, it was crying.
Satan, the “myself,” my beloved ego, caused the loss of my Samadhi. What a horror! If I had known it before..."
Samael Aun Weor, Magic of the Runes

Therefore it says:

"Yet Michael the archangel, when he disputed with the devil and argued about the body of Moses, did not dare pronounce against him a railing judgment, but said,
Rebuke (Ἐπιτιμήσαι)
Thee, (σοι)
Lord/Master" (Κύριος)
Jude 1:9
(That is the correct word order from Greek)

So how do you suppose some of us fall victim to this constant game/of "Semantics"?

And how can I forgive myself for being a __x__ and not noticing this sooner?
1 year ago
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#24193
Accepted Answer
This happens because of being fascinated with the intellect.

Transfer your center of gravity into the consciousness, and allow the intellect to become passive. In this way, you will see the meanings of things as they truly are, instead of tripping over the rigid concepts of the intellect.

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

Almustafa selected the reply #24193 as the answer for this post — 1 year ago
1 year ago
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#24193
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This happens because of being fascinated with the intellect.

Transfer your center of gravity into the consciousness, and allow the intellect to become passive. In this way, you will see the meanings of things as they truly are, instead of tripping over the rigid concepts of the intellect.

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

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