Monday, 13 February 2012
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<p>Although I hear the "still voice" or the "sound of the cricket" within, I can't quiet my mind. During the day, I'm practicing the technique of "Death in Motion" and it's amazing how effective this is. At night I tried to spend time with my family but they all have their own interest and sometimes it's a battle just to find a common activity. How can I find the harmony to achieve perfect quietness?</p>
10 years ago
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#558
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Continue with your self-observation and intimate remembrance of the Being. The more you observe, the less you identify, the greater your calm of mind will be. By detaching from the constant chatter of the mind, you disempower it and give that energy and power to God.

Meditate profoundly and observe yourself; study yourself. Be patient, because results do not come immediately or without hard effort. The effort I am referring to is conscious, not to be mistaken with repression and mental exertion, which agitates the mind. What I am referring to is comprehensive analysis of the consciousness, the willpower of the Being manifested within the three brains of our human machine. This is much different from the struggle of the mind, which you can learn to differentiate through intimate and daily mystical experience.

For your information, the "Death March" was an invention of one of Master Samael's students, and was not taught by him as an effective means for the elimination of the ego. As Samael Aun Weor stated in a transcribed lecture of Third Chamber, such a method is acceptable, but not enough to achieve mystical death. For that, one must go deep into meditation. Asking for immediate elimination is helpful, but unfortunately inadequate and not enough to achieve the martyrdom of Golgotha. The latter instead is a long and delicate process that involves profound works of meditation, alchemy, analysis and internal experience within the superior (and inferior) dimensions.

Please see the following transcription cited in this post's reference for the aforementioned lecture.

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!"

10 years ago
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#558
Accepted Answer
Continue with your self-observation and intimate remembrance of the Being. The more you observe, the less you identify, the greater your calm of mind will be. By detaching from the constant chatter of the mind, you disempower it and give that energy and power to God.

Meditate profoundly and observe yourself; study yourself. Be patient, because results do not come immediately or without hard effort. The effort I am referring to is conscious, not to be mistaken with repression and mental exertion, which agitates the mind. What I am referring to is comprehensive analysis of the consciousness, the willpower of the Being manifested within the three brains of our human machine. This is much different from the struggle of the mind, which you can learn to differentiate through intimate and daily mystical experience.

For your information, the "Death March" was an invention of one of Master Samael's students, and was not taught by him as an effective means for the elimination of the ego. As Samael Aun Weor stated in a transcribed lecture of Third Chamber, such a method is acceptable, but not enough to achieve mystical death. For that, one must go deep into meditation. Asking for immediate elimination is helpful, but unfortunately inadequate and not enough to achieve the martyrdom of Golgotha. The latter instead is a long and delicate process that involves profound works of meditation, alchemy, analysis and internal experience within the superior (and inferior) dimensions.

Please see the following transcription cited in this post's reference for the aforementioned lecture.

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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