Friday, 17 July 2015
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Dear Instructors,

Master Samael and the instructors sometimes talk about deeply submerged egos that cant be destroyed by the single practitioner.

My gut instinct is that anything that I can observe I can destroy/transform... as single practitioners would we ever run into those egos that couldn't be destroyed without maithuna?

Thank you
7 years ago
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#9990
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In general, if you can recognize a defect, you can at least take action to disempower it.

If the person is very skilled with meditation, they may be able to comprehend it very deeply, thereby understanding its mechanisms and possibly preventing the defect from causing further suffering.

However, comprehension alone is not enough. Some defects are so deep and dense that a single person will not have access to enough energy to destroy it. A couple harnesses far more energy than a single person can. This is the difference: energy.

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

7 years ago
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#9990
Accepted Answer
In general, if you can recognize a defect, you can at least take action to disempower it.

If the person is very skilled with meditation, they may be able to comprehend it very deeply, thereby understanding its mechanisms and possibly preventing the defect from causing further suffering.

However, comprehension alone is not enough. Some defects are so deep and dense that a single person will not have access to enough energy to destroy it. A couple harnesses far more energy than a single person can. This is the difference: energy.

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

7 years ago
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#10012
Thank you Matthew Thomas, an important distinction
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