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Hello. I have a question regarding the meaning of the “First Selection” in relation to the Exodus. Here is a quote from a lecture:

So this is why the first selection is for those people who receive this knowledge, whether through a book, whether through a lecture, whether through the internet or by talking in the street with somebody and receiving the codes and secrets that before were hidden. Just by that if the person follows their Being and continues, the person will be a selected one. This is the first level of psychological selection, which is just to know the doctrine and to practice it. It is not to believe in it, but to practice it. If you start practicing it, then you belong to the first selection.
- Great Selection of Souls or Psyches


Does this mean, for clarification, anyone who is seriously practicing, using their consciousness every day, even if they are a beginner, is entitled to be saved from the coming catastrophe?

If that is not always enough, then, what else do we need to do?

Elsewhere on the website is explained the “Rights of Canchorita.” These are the rights of food, shelter, and clothing, offered to all Initiates. Do these rights apply to serious beginners as well?

And, finally, will there be a period of terrible tribulation before the Exodus? Meaning war, disease, total collapse, complete chaos. Or will souls be saved before having to endure these sufferings?

Thank you kindly for answering these questions. Inverential Peace!
1 month ago
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Those who begin to practice belong to the first selection. The rights of Canchorita also belong to those who maintain their chastity.

As for the trials before the Exodus, study the following:

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

1 month ago
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Those who begin to practice belong to the first selection. The rights of Canchorita also belong to those who maintain their chastity.

As for the trials before the Exodus, study the following:

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

Almustafa selected the reply #27447 as the answer for this post — 1 month ago
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