Tuesday, 11 June 2013
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I as a woman want to be with the right man. I am open to celibacy, but it is if I am too young, or that I "must be loved". I have recently been tired, hopeless and less joyful because I don't seem to find love or be loved, by anyone, not enough or fully.

Is there anymore you can do than to try to find the strength in God in within, be it only a minute or second for a time? I meditate, yes, and I live with a man but he doesn't love me. I have tried to leave but haven't found the strength yet.

Maybe this question is inadequate...

Thanks, Minna

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9 years ago
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#3790
Accepted Answer
The student of Gnosis has to learn how to transform all experiences into wisdom. No matter what our circumstances, it is necessary to remember that God is with us, managing our life. Whatever difficulties of discomfort we face should thereby be transformed into a mirror unto ourselves, in which we can see our pride, envy, jealousy, anger, etc. By meditating on the elements that our circumstances provoke in ourselves, we can then understand how each situation was created by our desires. When those desires are fully comprehended, the corresponding situation will also be comprehended. When those desires are subsequently eliminated, the corresponding situation will also vanish. Therefore: if we want changes in our external circumstances, it is necessary to understand what internal qualities caused them to exist. Change the internal qualities, and the external will also change.

Read Revolutionary Psychology.

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

9 years ago
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#3790
Accepted Answer
The student of Gnosis has to learn how to transform all experiences into wisdom. No matter what our circumstances, it is necessary to remember that God is with us, managing our life. Whatever difficulties of discomfort we face should thereby be transformed into a mirror unto ourselves, in which we can see our pride, envy, jealousy, anger, etc. By meditating on the elements that our circumstances provoke in ourselves, we can then understand how each situation was created by our desires. When those desires are fully comprehended, the corresponding situation will also be comprehended. When those desires are subsequently eliminated, the corresponding situation will also vanish. Therefore: if we want changes in our external circumstances, it is necessary to understand what internal qualities caused them to exist. Change the internal qualities, and the external will also change.

Read Revolutionary Psychology.

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

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