Wednesday, 20 August 2014
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I have something to admit, that I am very weak in this regard. When I'm in town I constantly feel threatened and paranoid, like everyone is a potential threat, every car could potentially run me over, etc. I find myself playing out situations in my mind of violent defence and attack... I'm tired of it, this is not normal. I feel a bit like an ape or some kind of beast in the wild.

I believe this has a lot to do with a trauma I suffered in a past life and it seems too much to overcome using my own resources. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to overcome hate, anger, vengeance. I would like to respect all persons but feel too weak to show anyone any love. It's an unpleasant way to live and I would like to do things a bit differently from now on; would appreciate any ideas.

Regards,
Siloam
7 years ago
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#7528
Accepted Answer
Hatred is dissolved through comprehension and prayer to the Divine Mother. Only then will the positive polarity of Mars will shine within your heart, which is the virtue of conscious love. This relates to the warrior who fights against evil out of the will of compassion, understanding, and divine love.


The Iliad, Book I: ll. 1-9

Sing, Goddess, sing of the (divine) rage of Achilles (the Warrior Bodhisattva, who fights against degeneration), son of Peleus—
that murderous anger (against the ego) which condemned Achaeans
to countless agonies and threw many warrior souls
deep into Hades (for those who do not channel the positive ray of Samael-Mars, instead are damned by the inverted polarity of Mars-Andrameleck), leaving their dead bodies
carrion food for dogs and birds—
all in fulfilment of the will of Zeus (the Almighty Christ, IO-Patar).
Study, meditate, and apply the teachings contained within the following books referenced below!

Treatise of Revolutionary Psychology.
The Great Rebellion.

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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#7520
Hi again, I would appreciate even a brief comment on this subject. Maybe I should say a bit more about it.

I would have to say that "Rage" is one of my favourite egos (unfortunately), and it is very strong from constant strengthening and gratification. There are egos of Sorcery and Fear, i.e. Cowardice. They need dismantling.

I would compare my situation to that of a person who owns three savage bulldogs. I am tired of their barking, as it were, and aggressive attacks on others. I get the sense that, instead of trying to apologise and making amends for an incalculable amount of past wrongs, there should be some transformative principle that distracts me from feeding these savage egos.

But they should be "put down" in some way or another. If I find some method that works for me before anyone posts in reply, I will list it here.
7 years ago
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#7528
Accepted Answer
Hatred is dissolved through comprehension and prayer to the Divine Mother. Only then will the positive polarity of Mars will shine within your heart, which is the virtue of conscious love. This relates to the warrior who fights against evil out of the will of compassion, understanding, and divine love.


The Iliad, Book I: ll. 1-9

Sing, Goddess, sing of the (divine) rage of Achilles (the Warrior Bodhisattva, who fights against degeneration), son of Peleus—
that murderous anger (against the ego) which condemned Achaeans
to countless agonies and threw many warrior souls
deep into Hades (for those who do not channel the positive ray of Samael-Mars, instead are damned by the inverted polarity of Mars-Andrameleck), leaving their dead bodies
carrion food for dogs and birds—
all in fulfilment of the will of Zeus (the Almighty Christ, IO-Patar).
Study, meditate, and apply the teachings contained within the following books referenced below!

Treatise of Revolutionary Psychology.
The Great Rebellion.

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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#7536
Thankyou. This one seems to have been a lifelong problem.

I had a look through The Greater Mysteries and there's a lot that I'm doing wrong. Unfortunately some defects (lust, anger and greed) seem appealing enough to continue gratifying, at least until their unpleasant consequences become apparent.

Normally I would revile people for loving popular culture too much, for disrupting my quiet lifestyle, and for poisoning me with the wrong ideas. These are the things I find myself accusing people of, true or not, and rather than setting them a good example it has seemed easier to try to "punish" them in various ways, to "teach them a lesson" or drive them away from me.

I wouldn't have posted unless this was really bothering me and things did not seem to be getting better in spite of my efforts to change my psychology.

So, I appreciate your response.
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