Monday, 27 May 2013
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Hi!

I have been studying Gnosis for 1 year now, by studying I mean reading Samael's books, listening to lectures and practicing some of the techiques given in lectures and books etc. What I am most intrigued about is the teachings of sexual energy and chastity and so forth. I can admit I have been expressing my sexuality since I was about 16 years old, with "normal" orgasm as an output for sexual satisfaction.

Now that I have been inspired by Gnosis I have seen what "normal" sexuality can do harm to your body.
I have noticed a fatigue of my sexual organs. At the moment I am in a relationship with a women, when we do not perform
"normal" sexual act, i.e abstinence from orgasm. I do have nocturnal emissions unfortunately, especially from a day of lustful
Egoic thought patterns if different ways (lustfulness, anger and frustration towards not satisfying my lust). Dreams accure where I am met by different images of sexual content.

I want to start practicing sexual transmutation due to my nocturnal emissions which are draining my body of energy,

where can I find such practices? I want to stop my nocturnal emissions, practice transmutation, eliminate lustful ego's
and regenerate my body's organs. For instance what are the best mantras to silence my mind before going to bed?

I need more inspiration! And I believe Gnosis is the source of that knowledge. Please help me out.

Thanks!

Regards,

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9 years ago
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#3709
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Study and meditate on The Perfect Matrimony and The Mystery of the Golden Blossom. These works explain in detail how to take advantage of the sexual energy and how to transmute in alchemy. See the following references below from the aforementioned books.

There are many mantras to help silence the mind; all of them are helpful. However, different students have their particular idiosyncrasies and needs, therefore the disciple must experiment to see what works best for him or her.

You can try the mantra "Wu," pronounced like the wind with the first syllable, followed by "Uuuuuu..." There is also Gate Gate Paragate Parasamgate Bodhi Swaha. These are extremely potent mantras that can help the practitioner go deeper into meditation and silence the mind in preparation for Dream Yoga.

You can also experiment with the dream yoga mantras as given in Practical Astrology. I have referenced a pertinent chapter below; see the section entitled, "Hepatic Chakra: Clues to project yourself in the Astral Body."

When I need inspiration, I listen and reflect on my Inner Being as represented in Gustav Holst's composition: "The Planets," particularly "Mars: The Bringer of War." This piece represents our Innermost who must do battle against the infidels we carry within. It is also representative of the Archangel Samael, the Warrior Christ, and any Monad from the Ray of Mars.

If you feel weak, reflect on this piece and your Inner Being. The truth is, no force in this world can stop the Innermost from achieving His goal, because He is an incredible warrior, more terrifying than any demon or ego. Therefore, be like your Father who is in heaven, who is unstoppable in His strength and merciless in His compassion! Have faith in Him, and He will heal your body and soul from fornication in order to elevate you to the realm of the spirit.

9 years ago
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#3709
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Study and meditate on The Perfect Matrimony and The Mystery of the Golden Blossom. These works explain in detail how to take advantage of the sexual energy and how to transmute in alchemy. See the following references below from the aforementioned books.

There are many mantras to help silence the mind; all of them are helpful. However, different students have their particular idiosyncrasies and needs, therefore the disciple must experiment to see what works best for him or her.

You can try the mantra "Wu," pronounced like the wind with the first syllable, followed by "Uuuuuu..." There is also Gate Gate Paragate Parasamgate Bodhi Swaha. These are extremely potent mantras that can help the practitioner go deeper into meditation and silence the mind in preparation for Dream Yoga.

You can also experiment with the dream yoga mantras as given in Practical Astrology. I have referenced a pertinent chapter below; see the section entitled, "Hepatic Chakra: Clues to project yourself in the Astral Body."

When I need inspiration, I listen and reflect on my Inner Being as represented in Gustav Holst's composition: "The Planets," particularly "Mars: The Bringer of War." This piece represents our Innermost who must do battle against the infidels we carry within. It is also representative of the Archangel Samael, the Warrior Christ, and any Monad from the Ray of Mars.

If you feel weak, reflect on this piece and your Inner Being. The truth is, no force in this world can stop the Innermost from achieving His goal, because He is an incredible warrior, more terrifying than any demon or ego. Therefore, be like your Father who is in heaven, who is unstoppable in His strength and merciless in His compassion! Have faith in Him, and He will heal your body and soul from fornication in order to elevate you to the realm of the spirit.

Many Thanks for your reply!

If I am absorbed in different ego's during the day are these mantras helpful to quiet my mind from feelings and egos,
so I can have a peaceful nights sleep without all these ego based dreams (sometimes with descieving sexual content)?

Many thanks I will check your preferences.

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9 years ago
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#3717
Many mantras are effective for this purpose. You need to experiment to see what works best for your needs. You can try, however, the mantras "Wu," "Om Masi Padme Hum," and "Om Tat Sat" etc. These are very powerful mantras for remembering God and controlling the mind.

Joyful in hope, suffering in tribulation, be thou constant in thy prayer.

Benedictis, qui venit in nomine Domini. Osanna in excelsis.

"Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest!"

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