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  Monday, 23 May 2022
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Hi instructors.

1.) Sexual misconduct, and sexual degeneration are crimes against the Holy Spirt. Could you remind me what are the crimes against the father and the son ? I have tried searching for it with the search bar but could not find where Samael describes it.

2.) How can a student know if he is on the path correctly, that one is marching and progressing forward, what are the signs that one is awakening and changing if one is going through a long period of darkness? If divinity has “turned off the lights” and there are no revelations in dreams or experiences to show one how they are doing, how can one know one is dying enough and awakening?
10 months ago
Whosoever lies, sins against the Father, who is the Truth; whosoever hates, sins against the Son, who is love; and whosoever fornicates, sins against the Holy Spirit, who is chastity.
- Samael Aun Weor, Tarot and Kabbalah

With respect to your second question, we should be wary of our desire to feel that we have "accomplished" something.

Samael wrote in The Perfect Matrimony:
A great friend, a Resurrected Adept who currently lives in the Great Tartary, told me the following: “Before swallowing soil, one is nothing but a fool. One thinks one knows a lot but knows nothing. One only really comes to be good, when one has already swallowed soil [resurrected]; before this, one knows nothing.”

So all of us are still nothing but fools.

That said, it can be helpful to examine our mindstream. Are we increasing in compassion, generosity, kindness, and selflessness? Are we receiving the ordeals of life with patience and equanimity, both internally and externally? Are we practicing ethical discipline? Are we increasing in our capacity to pay attention to our internal and external world? Are we dedicating time and effort to the practice of meditation? Are we developing conscious comprehension of the origin, functioning, and consequences of our desires, thoughts, and impulses?

Those are all useful questions to ask. And if our answer to any of them is "no," we might want to examine what needs to change in our practice to address that.
10 months ago
Thank you so much for your help. It is very helpful. :)
Jay marked this post as Resolved — 10 months ago
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