If you want to radically remove wet dreams, follow the advice of Swami Sivananda, who recommended students to practice japa (mantra recitation), prayer, meditation, and pranayama (sexual transmutation) during the hours of 3 and 4 a.m. in the morning. This is the hour of Lucifer-Venus, when negative forces are quite active, as well as when most nocturnal pollutions occur. By practicing at this hour, we prepare our mind, heart and body to maintain the strictest and most profound chastity.
While physical teachers, an online forum, and spiritual friends can inspire us to change, the work is within us here and now. The Guru, the Master, is inside, whose inspiration can inflame your heart solely through spiritual discipline. If you learn to meditate, you can access knowledge and insight that many students of Gnosis, who attend a school or group, do not have. Sadly, many schools and instructors create dependency within their students, failing to acknowledge or recognize that the real work is independent and is based on conscious works and voluntary sufferings, not participation, attendance, affiliation or allegiance with a particular school or teacher.
The most a school can do is push you to study more deeply and to practice more effectively. Do not think that by having a group that spiritual success is eminent. Personally, I have practiced Gnosis for years before meeting any physical instructors, receiving experiences within the internal worlds from the real Gnostics, the awakened masters of Christic compassion, before meeting anyone who studies this doctrine in the physical plane. I do not say this to brag or to pose as if I am superior, but to encourage you with this fact: these teachings are real and you can actualize this science even without a physical group. What matters is that you keep the fire of inspiration alive through being dedicated to meditation and the work.
If you want to heal your nervous system, work with the sacred rites of rejuvenation daily. This will help you maintain chastity and strengthen your resolve to meditate and transform yourself.
Do not lose heart, but let yourself be inspired by the greatness that is within your Innermost, who comes to us when our mind is at peace and silence and within the deepest profundities of the tranquil heart.
"Joyful in hope, suffering in tribulation, be thou constant in thy prayer."
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!"