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  Friday, 10 November 2023
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Does we as humans have basic needs?. What happens to one who has been transmuting as a single for longer time, and feels like it's time to marry to proceed on the path and it happens that the physical circumstances do not allow him to marry (no house, not able to afford food and clothing, looking for a job with no success after graduating in 2016). Should one try hard to convince the girl she just met to "renounce" those things too, since no girl would want to marry someone with no "basic needs".
5 months ago
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#29992
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It is important to establish the foundations for a marriage and relationship, not only in the spiritual or psychological sense, but in the economic as well.

While this may be difficult for you right now, the more you eliminate certain egos relating to your social, psychological, and financial situation, the greater the transformations will emerge in relation to your physical life. When we change internally, our circumstances will radically change.

Also, one can only renounce something one has, whether it is material or spiritual.

While you can pursue a romantic relationship, it is important that you also work on your mind. True renunciation is psychological, to give up desire. This does not signify abdication of personal responsibility, career, or the need for a home, since the Aquarian doctrine requires knowing how to live in this world for the benefit of others.

Creating a home is the basis for which conjugal life can thrive. However, we receive what we need from the Being, not what we want. When we truly die to our ego, we follow the will of our Innermost, which is supreme:

The Gnostic places all of his longings into the hands of his Innermost. —Samael Aun Weor

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

5 months ago
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#29992
Accepted Answer
It is important to establish the foundations for a marriage and relationship, not only in the spiritual or psychological sense, but in the economic as well.

While this may be difficult for you right now, the more you eliminate certain egos relating to your social, psychological, and financial situation, the greater the transformations will emerge in relation to your physical life. When we change internally, our circumstances will radically change.

Also, one can only renounce something one has, whether it is material or spiritual.

While you can pursue a romantic relationship, it is important that you also work on your mind. True renunciation is psychological, to give up desire. This does not signify abdication of personal responsibility, career, or the need for a home, since the Aquarian doctrine requires knowing how to live in this world for the benefit of others.

Creating a home is the basis for which conjugal life can thrive. However, we receive what we need from the Being, not what we want. When we truly die to our ego, we follow the will of our Innermost, which is supreme:

The Gnostic places all of his longings into the hands of his Innermost. —Samael Aun Weor

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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