Wednesday, 06 August 2014
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Hello and thank you for everything. I am indebted to you instructors.

My questions cover different subjects.

1) Sometimes during meditation I grow very tired and fall into a stupor. It is sometimes like sleep and sometimes like the moments before sleep. Is this detrimental? What should I do?

2) when I am in the state I mentioned above, I will hear conversations between people or monologues of sorts. I assume they are simply egos but I do not know. Should I let them play out or refocus my attention?

3) when I am attacked by a succubus but manage to keep myself from the spasm, what happens to the sexual energy produced?

4) Is there any information on Tai Chi and transmutation? Is it possible to use martial arts to transmute energy?

5)I remember The Master mentioning judo. Is there esoteric value in Judo? Was there any esotericism intended by the originator of Judo?

5) I have recently moved and am now close to a Gnostic monastery in Omaha. Are they affiliated with Glorian publishing? How might I come in to contact with a Glorian affiliated instructor or group in Omaha?

I apologize for the barrage of questions. My account was not working for awhile and these questions have been stewing in my mind. Thank you once again. Bless you all.
7 years ago
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1) Balance the sleepy state with alert, vigilance perception. The harmony of the two will awaken imagination (clairvoyant) perceptions, whereby you will gain access to the internal dimensions.

2) This depends upon the purpose of your meditation. You always need to be concentrated and to withstand distractions (physical and internal). Yet if you receive special insight, you must learn to be dynamic and follow that. The best solution is to follow your intuition, which is the Voice of the Silence, the instruction of your Innermost, which comes to us when we least expect it. One must learn to carefully separate the smoke from the flames.

3) The answer lies in this question: Where are you directing that energy? Where is your attention in that moment? What are you thinking, feeling, and doing?

4) Light sports, accompanied by conscious breathing (such as Ham-Sah) are beneficial for transmutation. As for Tai Chi, it can teach you how to use the energies of Yesod through directing attention. Some martial arts can also teach you to direct Chi. As for transmutation during grappling, throwing, locks, pins, etc., within martial arts like Aikido, Ju Jitsu, etc., I don't recommend, since you will typically be engaging with fornicators who carry psychic filth in their auras and within the dojo. Also, many forms of martial arts, like Ju Jitsu, mixed martial arts, etc., are degenerated and incomplete, since the instructors typically lack cognizance of the esoteric discipline of the mind.

5) Glorian Publishing has no affiliation with the Gnostic group in Omaha, Nebraska.

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!"

7 years ago
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#7865
Accepted Answer
1) Balance the sleepy state with alert, vigilance perception. The harmony of the two will awaken imagination (clairvoyant) perceptions, whereby you will gain access to the internal dimensions.

2) This depends upon the purpose of your meditation. You always need to be concentrated and to withstand distractions (physical and internal). Yet if you receive special insight, you must learn to be dynamic and follow that. The best solution is to follow your intuition, which is the Voice of the Silence, the instruction of your Innermost, which comes to us when we least expect it. One must learn to carefully separate the smoke from the flames.

3) The answer lies in this question: Where are you directing that energy? Where is your attention in that moment? What are you thinking, feeling, and doing?

4) Light sports, accompanied by conscious breathing (such as Ham-Sah) are beneficial for transmutation. As for Tai Chi, it can teach you how to use the energies of Yesod through directing attention. Some martial arts can also teach you to direct Chi. As for transmutation during grappling, throwing, locks, pins, etc., within martial arts like Aikido, Ju Jitsu, etc., I don't recommend, since you will typically be engaging with fornicators who carry psychic filth in their auras and within the dojo. Also, many forms of martial arts, like Ju Jitsu, mixed martial arts, etc., are degenerated and incomplete, since the instructors typically lack cognizance of the esoteric discipline of the mind.

5) Glorian Publishing has no affiliation with the Gnostic group in Omaha, Nebraska.

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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