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  Friday, 02 March 2012
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<p>We all have been given the gift of free will, but are some of us favored more than others?  </p>
<p>Are our decisions pre determined?  Already known?</p>
<p>Is it decided/written the day we will die and the day we are born?</p>
12 years ago
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#737
Accepted Answer
Liberty and free will have been granted unto us and we can do as we wish; however, it is clear that we must answer for all our deeds before God. Any action of our life, good or evil, has its consequences. - Samael Aun Weor, Tarot and Kabbalah


We are mathematical points in space which serve as vehicles for predetermined sums of values.
These values which serve as a basis for the Law of Recurrence are always found within our human personality.
Everything happens just as it happened before with the addition of the results or consequences of our former actions.

Since many “I’s” from former lives exist within each one of us, we can emphatically assert that each of them is a different person.

This leads us to understand that within each of us lives a myriad of people, each with distinct commitments.

Within the personality of a thief exists a true den of thieves; within the personality of a murderer exists a gang of murderers; within the personality of a womanizer exists a bawdy house of lechers; within the personality of any prostitute exists a brothel, etc.

Every one of these people that we carry within our own personality has his or her own problems and commitments.

People living within people, persons living within persons, this is irrefutable, indisputable.
Gravest of all is that each of these persons, or selves, which live within us, comes from former existences and has set commitments.

The “I” that had a love affair at the age of thirty in a past existence will wait until that age in a new existence in order to manifest itself. When the moment arrives it will search for its dream lover and will telepathically contact the loved one. Finally the reencounter and reenactment of the scene will take place.

The “I” that at the age of forty was involved in litigation over property will wait in a new existence until that age in order to repeat the same course of action.

The “I” that at the age of twenty-five fought another man in a bar or pub will wait until that age in the new existence in order to seek out his adversary and repeat the tragedy.

The “I’s” of one subject seek out those of another through telepathy, then reunite to mechanically repeat the same things.

This is actually the mechanism of the Law of Recurrence. This is the tragedy of life.

Over millions of years, diverse characters reunite to relive the same dramas, comedies and tragedies.

A human person is no more than a machine at the service of those selves with so many commitments.

Worst of all, the commitments of these people within us are fulfilled without our prior knowledge or understanding.

In this sense, our human personality resembles a carriage being dragged along by many horses.

There are lives of the most precise repetition, existences which recur without any modification.

Life’s comedies, dramas and tragedies could never be repeated on the screen of existence if there were no actors.

The players in all of these scenes are the selves we carry within and which come from past existences.

If we disintegrate the “I’s” of anger, the tragic scenes of violence will inevitably come to an end.

If we reduce the secret agents of greed to cosmic dust, problems stemming from them will stop completely.

If we annihilate the “I’s” of lust, scenes of prostitution and sexual perversion will end.

If we reduce the hidden characters of envy to ashes, related events will radically terminate. - Samael Aun Weor, The Great Rebellion

“Nothing is easier than self-deceit. For what each man wishes, that he also believes.” —Demosthenes

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

12 years ago
·
#737
Accepted Answer
Liberty and free will have been granted unto us and we can do as we wish; however, it is clear that we must answer for all our deeds before God. Any action of our life, good or evil, has its consequences. - Samael Aun Weor, Tarot and Kabbalah


We are mathematical points in space which serve as vehicles for predetermined sums of values.
These values which serve as a basis for the Law of Recurrence are always found within our human personality.
Everything happens just as it happened before with the addition of the results or consequences of our former actions.

Since many “I’s” from former lives exist within each one of us, we can emphatically assert that each of them is a different person.

This leads us to understand that within each of us lives a myriad of people, each with distinct commitments.

Within the personality of a thief exists a true den of thieves; within the personality of a murderer exists a gang of murderers; within the personality of a womanizer exists a bawdy house of lechers; within the personality of any prostitute exists a brothel, etc.

Every one of these people that we carry within our own personality has his or her own problems and commitments.

People living within people, persons living within persons, this is irrefutable, indisputable.
Gravest of all is that each of these persons, or selves, which live within us, comes from former existences and has set commitments.

The “I” that had a love affair at the age of thirty in a past existence will wait until that age in a new existence in order to manifest itself. When the moment arrives it will search for its dream lover and will telepathically contact the loved one. Finally the reencounter and reenactment of the scene will take place.

The “I” that at the age of forty was involved in litigation over property will wait in a new existence until that age in order to repeat the same course of action.

The “I” that at the age of twenty-five fought another man in a bar or pub will wait until that age in the new existence in order to seek out his adversary and repeat the tragedy.

The “I’s” of one subject seek out those of another through telepathy, then reunite to mechanically repeat the same things.

This is actually the mechanism of the Law of Recurrence. This is the tragedy of life.

Over millions of years, diverse characters reunite to relive the same dramas, comedies and tragedies.

A human person is no more than a machine at the service of those selves with so many commitments.

Worst of all, the commitments of these people within us are fulfilled without our prior knowledge or understanding.

In this sense, our human personality resembles a carriage being dragged along by many horses.

There are lives of the most precise repetition, existences which recur without any modification.

Life’s comedies, dramas and tragedies could never be repeated on the screen of existence if there were no actors.

The players in all of these scenes are the selves we carry within and which come from past existences.

If we disintegrate the “I’s” of anger, the tragic scenes of violence will inevitably come to an end.

If we reduce the secret agents of greed to cosmic dust, problems stemming from them will stop completely.

If we annihilate the “I’s” of lust, scenes of prostitution and sexual perversion will end.

If we reduce the hidden characters of envy to ashes, related events will radically terminate. - Samael Aun Weor, The Great Rebellion

“Nothing is easier than self-deceit. For what each man wishes, that he also believes.” —Demosthenes

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

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