Wednesday, 26 March 2014
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First of all, I would like to say Thank You for this website. It is a truly big Light .

Do we have to incarnate Samael Logos like the Master did?
In order to reach perfection and Salvation, liberation ?

I hope I am not ignorant for asking these questions. I just felt I have to ask them.

Thank you for your time
8 years ago
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We're glad you're finding the site to be helpful.

Samael Aun Weor incarnated the Logos Samael because Samael was his own personal Inner Being. If you take the Direct Path, like he did, aspiring to perfection in mastery, then you too will at some point incarnate the Logos, but it will be your Logos, not the Logos Samael.

The Direct Path is the only path to true perfection in mastery, but there are other paths to liberation. To understand Samael's path (the Direct Path) better, I recommend studying The Three Mountains. The other paths to Liberation are explained in more detail in the lecture "Qualities of Samsara." (see the link below)
Samael Aun Weor states that each one of us is at our root an atom from the absolute abstract space.

In the Venustic initiation is this what incarnates in the initate?

Thanks

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9 years ago
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"The one who sacrifices the self for humanity attains the Venustic Initiation. It is urgent to know that the Venustic Initiation is the incarnation of Christ within the human being. The one who incarnates the Christ in oneself has to live the entire Cosmic Drama. The Venustic Initiation has seven degrees; it begins with the event of Bethlehem and ends with the Death and Resurrection of the Lord. The one who reaches the Venustic Initiation also becomes a Christ. It is only by means of the Three Factors for the Revolution of Consciousness that one attains the Venustic Initiation." - Samael Aun Weor, The Esoteric Treatise of Hermetic Astrology


The last chapter of Light from Darkness fully explains this subject.

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

8 years ago
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#6255
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We're glad you're finding the site to be helpful.

Samael Aun Weor incarnated the Logos Samael because Samael was his own personal Inner Being. If you take the Direct Path, like he did, aspiring to perfection in mastery, then you too will at some point incarnate the Logos, but it will be your Logos, not the Logos Samael.

The Direct Path is the only path to true perfection in mastery, but there are other paths to liberation. To understand Samael's path (the Direct Path) better, I recommend studying The Three Mountains. The other paths to Liberation are explained in more detail in the lecture "Qualities of Samsara." (see the link below)
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