Tuesday, 12 May 2015
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My family thinks I am a big sinner because I do not practice islam like they do. They do not know that I practice gnosis, ego annihilation, sexual transmutation. My sister keeps sending me long lectures (videos of so called islam teachers) which I have extreme dislike for, the kind of teachers like that at peacetv and other muslim teachers. I just cannot listen to their voices. She keeps telling me not to learn music as is it haram, not to take interest from the banks, to wash with water not just toilet paper after urinating because it is said so in quran and so many things.

Although I have asked her to stop preaching me, she stops for a while and continues again.

Now, what all this stirs in me, is irritation, anger, and this feeling to tell her that she is commiting the biggest sin of loosing semen, that she needs to wake up in astral and take teachings directly from teachers in the astral like me...but I do not say this to her...I know it will spoil our relationship.

I feel God wants to test me with this situation, because I see that it stirs up my pride which says "YOU are preaching ME??? Me... who wakes up in astral and who transmutes and who meets the divine Mother and Father? Who are YOU to preach me and that too about these petty things when you have no idea that you are committing the biggest sin?"

or I feel like saying to her "May God give you the realization of the biggest sin you are committing which none of the islamic preachers talk about".

Instructors, please help me to tackle this situation...I know I need to ask my Mother and take only her help...but this is too overwhelming for me..and I am unable to wake up in astral because I see that I have gotten into entropy and failing to self observe as much as I used to and so unable to have lucid dreams or wake up in astral as I used to.

I also see how I am holding on to my past astral experiences and feed my pride with it in spite of the fact that I have been unable to be conscious in astral since many months now.
7 years ago
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#9442
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Being Muslim, I understand a lot of the fanaticism and conflict you speak of.

However, as our Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) stated in the Hadith:
Have mercy on people so you may receive mercy; forgive people so you may be forgiven.

Do not commit yourself to lengthy discussions of religion—such talk only succeeds in making religion a complex and confused matter. God has made religion easy and simple.

The strongest among you is he who controls his anger.
If your family is very devoted to Islam as taught within orthodox or exoteric tradition, then let them be. Understand that people without any religion are barbaric, and to strip them of whatever values they have, as superficial as they may be, would be to their detriment.

We must always respect the beliefs and religion of our neighbors. As Samael Aun Weor (peace and blessings be upon him) stated:
We violate the law of the tranquil heart when we criticize others. -The Aquarian Message
The truth is, we practice islam (submission to divinity) when we learn to transform with gladness the unpleasant manifestations or impressions of our fellow men and women.

Peace is born in our heart when we know how to take the place of others.

If you are accused, receive with gladness the unpleasant impressions of your fellows, for they truly are like a wish-fulfilling jewel, teaching you non-identification with all that keeps us away from Allah (may He be praised and exalted)!

Bless those who curse you. Be happy in body, mind, and soul. Transform your pride and anger into humility and serenity, so that the light of the Lord may inspire others.

The need to convert others to one's beliefs is a terrible fanaticism we all carry within. We follow the law of the tranquil heart when we learn to respect, with sincerity, the religion and beliefs of others, no matter how subjective, corrupt, and degenerate they are.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

7 years ago
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#9442
Accepted Answer
Being Muslim, I understand a lot of the fanaticism and conflict you speak of.

However, as our Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) stated in the Hadith:
Have mercy on people so you may receive mercy; forgive people so you may be forgiven.

Do not commit yourself to lengthy discussions of religion—such talk only succeeds in making religion a complex and confused matter. God has made religion easy and simple.

The strongest among you is he who controls his anger.
If your family is very devoted to Islam as taught within orthodox or exoteric tradition, then let them be. Understand that people without any religion are barbaric, and to strip them of whatever values they have, as superficial as they may be, would be to their detriment.

We must always respect the beliefs and religion of our neighbors. As Samael Aun Weor (peace and blessings be upon him) stated:
We violate the law of the tranquil heart when we criticize others. -The Aquarian Message
The truth is, we practice islam (submission to divinity) when we learn to transform with gladness the unpleasant manifestations or impressions of our fellow men and women.

Peace is born in our heart when we know how to take the place of others.

If you are accused, receive with gladness the unpleasant impressions of your fellows, for they truly are like a wish-fulfilling jewel, teaching you non-identification with all that keeps us away from Allah (may He be praised and exalted)!

Bless those who curse you. Be happy in body, mind, and soul. Transform your pride and anger into humility and serenity, so that the light of the Lord may inspire others.

The need to convert others to one's beliefs is a terrible fanaticism we all carry within. We follow the law of the tranquil heart when we learn to respect, with sincerity, the religion and beliefs of others, no matter how subjective, corrupt, and degenerate they are.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

7 years ago
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#9444
Thank you so much Brother Almustafa. Your words have pacified my torment. I do have one more question. I have many friends Hindus, Christians, Sikhs, Muslims. But I see that Muslims are the most fanatic. I even have friends muslims married Hindus and I see them become open minded. But my Hindu best friend who married a Muslim and who in the beginning used to complain to me that she is not allowed to wear vermilion on forehead and not allowed to go to temples, became a Muslim fanatic in an year! She too now preaches me about Islam and uses the same fanatic language.

And that fills my heart with doubt about Muslim ray, Quran and prophet Muhammad. Why is it that only Muslim religion common people are so fanatic? Of course there are fanatics in all religions but we don't get to see them much in our immediate social circle except for Muslims.

One of the reasons I feel instructors here and beloved teacher samael too avoid explaining Quran in the light of Gnosticism is to avoid Muslim fanatic attacks.
7 years ago
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#9446
Let us remember the teachings of Master Dante in his Inferno, how Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) is depicted with his followers in the submerged sphere of the schismatics.

Both Dante and Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) are great masters of the White Lodge. So the question is: why would Dante depict Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) within the abyss?

This is because the characters Dante speaks of are symbols, not literal. Many of the followers of Islam are really from the abyss, since they do not use the beauty of the Qur'an to create harmony, but division and murder.

Also, this holy text teaches us explicitly:
It is He who has sent down to you, [O Muhammad], the Book; in it are verses [that are] literal - they are the foundation of the Book - and others allegorical. As for those in whose hearts is deviation [from truth], they will follow that of it which is allegorical, seeking discord and seeking an interpretation [suitable to them]. And no one knows its [true] interpretation except Allah . But those firm in knowledge (Gnosis, Marifah, Da'ath) say, "We believe in it. All [of it] is from our Lord." And no one will be reminded except those of understanding (Binah, the Holy Spirit, or Jibril, Gabriel). -Surat 'Āli `Imrān (3:7)
Therefore, it is impossible to interpret the allegorical meaning of the Qur'an without knowing Kabbalah and Alchemy.

See Rumi's teaching on this subject!

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

7 years ago
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#9447
Thank you very much Brother. May God bless you with much more gnosis.
7 years ago
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#9448
Al-ḥamdu lillāh (thanks be to God)!

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

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