The Eternal Feminine Principle
“Each of us has his Individual, Particular Divine Mother. She, in herself, is a part of our Being, but a derived part. All ancient people adored God-Mother. That Eternal Feminine Principle is Isis, Mary, Tonantzin, Cybele, Rhea, Adonia, Insoberta, etc. If in the mere physical world we have a father and a mother, in the most profound part of our Being we also have our Father who is in Secret and our Divine Mother Kundalini. There are as many Fathers in Heaven as there are men on Earth. God-Mother, in our own interior, is the feminine aspect of the Father who is in secret.”...
All those mothers that we have had throughout innumerable births... it seems as if they would have definitely been lost in time; however, truthfully, all of them are the living expression of the Great Cosmic Mother. In the eyes of our Devi Kundalini Shakti, our individual, particular Cosmic Mother, we see the glow of all the eyes of the innumerable mothers that we have had in the past. In her (our Divine Mother Kundalini), in her (our particular Isis), are represented all those dear mothers that have loved us throughout countless centuries. This is the reason why we should really love our Cosmic Mother, the living representation of the Eternal Feminine Principle. All the dear mothers that have seen to us throughout the course of history, all of them that sang lullabies to us, all those that fed us, are, deep down, one and the same: Isis (whom no mortal has ever yet unveiled), Neith, the Blessed God-Mother of the World. If we think about that Eternal Feminine Principle, about God-Mother, we see that our particular God-Mother is a Ray of that Blessed God-Mother of the World.
In this manner, then, the Eternal Feminine Principle that has seen to our needs throughout so many centuries, that has rocked us in so many cradles, is she: our Divine Mother. All the dear mothers we have had, all The Mothers we have had throughout diverse eras are personified in her. Fortunately, we have not lost them, they have remained in our Divine Mother.
And in what manner can we come closer to our Divine Mother? Before anything else, dear brothers, learning to love our earthly mother (as the starting point) since she is the living representation of the Eternal Feminine Principle; learning to love all the dear mothers of the world. And when it comes to us males, learning to see in each woman a mother, to see in them the living representation of the Eternal Feminine Principle, because if we see a woman and the first thing that comes to mind is lust,...then we are insulting the Eternal Feminine Principle, ...we are ill-treating the being who is wholly love. Let us reflect my dear brothers, let us reflect... Let us make ourselves worthy, if we really and truly want to walk with Devi Kundalini Shakti. Then our hearts, aglow with love, will come close to her and she to us.
If people had their consciousness awakened, they would know how to appreciate that being who is The Mother; however, people have their consciousness asleep and because of this are incapable of really appreciating the being who is The Mother. It is necessary then to become more conscious each time of what the Eternal Feminine Principle is.”
Samael Aun Weor, The Eternal Feminine Principle
ALL RELIGIONS ARE PRECIOUS PEARLS STRUNG ON THE GOLDEN THREAD OF DIVINITY.
"The mission of Gnosticism in this age is to deliver the method and means for the work of the realization of the inner Man in each one of us; the attainment of this transcendental objective depends on our cooperation with the Being.
The divorce between science and art, philosophy and mysticism has provoked the deterioration of this generation. We don't appreciate the poetry of nature, the harmony that emanates from the universe, and so human relations have become cold: our heart is unmoved by human suffering.
The Gnostic teachings are based on the communion between science, art, philosophy and mysticism; they seek to rescue the highest values of the human being in order to be able to comprehend that life is empty without the pursuit of transcendence and the self-realization of the Being.
This would not be possible without the development of superior emotion, which humanizes science, sublimates art, elevates philosophy and crystallizes mysticism.
Gnosis is the poetry of inner beauty, the rose of philosophy, the light of science and the mystical eternal spring.
Gnosis as Science
The method of Gnostic science is experimentation or the objective knowledge of things. Its object of study is the universe and all that exists. It utilizes scientific meditation and other vehicles for the experimentation and direct observation of the object of study. Gnosis studies things in themselves, beyond their three-dimensional aspect.
It studies hermetic (Gnostic) anthropology, which is completely different from official (materialist and evolutionist) anthropology.
Gnostic science studies Cosmogenesis and objectively knows the origin of worlds, suns, and universes; and, in particular, the Ors solar system, in which we live and have our Being.
It studies the human machine and the conditions of its five centers: intellect, emotion, movement, instinct and sex. It studies endocrinology and medicine (the causes of disease and their cure). Everything passes through the crucible of Gnosis.
Gnosis as Art
The objective of art is the pursuit of beauty in its different manifestations. Art is the faithful testimony of that great human work which we call culture. Gnosis is present in all the great works of universal literature and in the works of the geniuses of music, painting, sculpture and architecture.
We find Gnostic art in archaic settlements, in the pyramids and ancient obelisks of the Egypt of the pharaohs; in ancient Mexico, among the Mayans and the archaeological remains of the Aztecs, Zapotecs, Toltecs, etc.; amidst the ancient medieval parchments of the Chinese, Phoenicians, Assyrians, etc.; in the hieroglyphs and bas-reliefs of ancient cultures; in the painting and sculpture of the Renaissance; in the music of Beethoven, Mozart, Liszt, Wagner; in the great works of universal literature, in the Iliad and the Odyssey of Homer, in Dante's Divine Comedy and in many others, which contain the same principles of universal wisdom, presented in diverse forms and sometimes hidden behind the veil of philosophical symbolism.
There are two types of art: the first is subjective art, the expression of a conditioned consciousness; the second is the (royal) regal art of nature, a transcendental art that reflects the wisdom of the universe.
Without art as a testimony, the philosophy, science and mysticism of our ancestors would not have been able to reach us. Gnosis removes the symbolic veil with which they are covered, revealing to us the cosmic truth that brings us face to face with our destiny.
We must make a clear distinction between religious forms and religious principles. Religious principles are living cosmic formulas and religious forms are the diverse systems or ways of teaching these principles.
Gnosis studies the science of religions and attempts to reach the religious depths of ancient cultures. It seeks the connection of the Soul with the inner Real Being, the divinity that exists in each human. This involves great efforts in trying to eliminate the"I"of experimental psychology. Only then is this inner connection, spoken of by the ancient sages, possible.
Gnostic religiousness is totally scientific, highly philosophical and profoundly artistic; it pursues wisdom, the divine within us. If we do not discover God in us, we will not find Him anywhere else. This is self-gnosis, the knowledge of oneself, which ultimately is the knowledge of God.
Gnosis as Philosophy
Philosophy, in spite of its divisions (logic, ethics, aesthetics, etc.), is, in and of itself, evident reflection, mystical knowledge of the Being, and a conscious functionalism of the awakened consciousness.
Philosophy is love for wisdom. Its method is introspection, which leads to the direct experience of Truth.
Philosophy must answer the great questions of existence: Who am I? Where do I come from? Where am I going?
As philosophy, Gnosis is, in reality, a function of the consciousness and as such it arises in every place on the earth. Gnostic philosophy is expressed in the Vedas of India, in the prophesies of the Hebrew people, in the Tao Te Ching and in the Platonic Dialogues, in the theology of the Gospel of St. John and in the Mahayana, in Plotinus and in the Areopagite, among the Persian Sufis and the Christian mystics of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The perennial philosophy has spoken almost all the languages of Asia and Europe and has used the most important terminologies and traditions in order to always be present in all the religions and philosophies of the earth.
Anthropology is, in the modern age, the best means to study man and his origins, what man himself is, and the imprint he has left through culture.
Anthropology has two fields of investigation: one inquires about the origin of life through its theories of evolution, the laws of heredity, the scale of geological time and through the human races, and is called physical anthropology; the second field deals with man, the prehistoric culture of the old and new world, family, society, religion, magic, art and language, and is known by the name of cultural anthropology.
We also find a great variety of auxiliary branches that complement the previous ones.
Anthropology, being subject to the observations and alterations of the experimental sciences, has given rise over time to diverse types of anthropology, which often times contradict, each other.
This whole long process of the study of man and his origins is ultimately the study of man according to man. Its results will always be contradictory and diverse and will never be able to arrive at a definitive conclusion.
In order to arrive at a complete knowledge of the object of study (man) we depend on an instrument which itself is unknown: the very same man.
If we want concrete and definitive answers about the origin of life, man, the races, and the meaning of existence, we need a distinct study: to study man from the perspective of the consciousness, the study of oneself, and this will permit us to know at the same time the origin of life and the universe. Man is con-substantial with the universe; one is contained in the other.
This axiom is and always will be the basis of philosophy. Why should it be different for science? All the more reason why science should change its methods now that it faces a new challenge: to know the universe of the infinitely small, which is to say, the return to the inner universe.
The new anthropology is the study of man through himself, utilizing the faculties of the consciousness that lie dormant, awaiting the moment to be awakened.
Thanks to Gnostic Anthropology we can know the archetypes of different civilizations in order to arrive at the original source of knowledge common to all ethnic groups, and at the relationship of this wisdom with man and the cosmos.
This is the specific objective that the GNOSTIC ASSOCIATION Samael Aun Weor proposes: to teach the appropriate didactics and dialectics for the study of man and his environment.”
Web (June 1, 2013)
Who is Samael Aun Weor?
Contemporary Latin-American philosopher born in 1917, Samael Aun Weor had a cultural formation focused in the rigorous, practical application of the inner search, which in this sense, could not be any other way but a self-didactic.
Samael Aun Weor is the author of a great number of literary works of a psychological, philosophical, anthropological and scientific framework. His style as a writer has a great synthetic power and for this reason, in some social sectors, he is known as the"Master of the Synthesis.”
His main literally works are; Revolutionary Psychology, which contains the science of self-knowledge; The Perfect Matrimony, which contains the Mysteries of Fire related with sexuality; The Secret Doctrine of Anahuac, which gathers the legacy of initiatic wisdom from those who gave origin to this root race; The Mysteries of the Golden Blossom, a practical treatise of white tantrism; The Three Mountains, a work that contains the map of the secret path; and many other works such as: The Revolution of the Dialectic, The Great Rebellion, Tarot and Kabbalah, Christic Aztec Magic, Parsifal Unveiled etc., in addition to a great number of lectures.
Nowadays we can find a large part of his work translated into various languages.
Samael Aun Weor abandoned his physical body on the 24th of December of 1977 in Mexico City, where he lived for more than twenty years.
Today his doctrine has thousands of students and supporters all over the world.
The Feminine Spirit: Recapturing the Heart of Scripture
The Divine Feminine in Biblical Wisdom Literature
The Lost Spiritual World: Mark
He is devoted utterly to the God who is the Self
She is the holiest and most secret inwardness of Allah
Divine Feminine is indeed raising us humans in all Her forms
The fulfillment of eschatological instruction promised by Jesus
An apocalypse (Greek: apokalypsis meaning “an uncovering”) is in religious contexts knowledge or revelation, a disclosure of something hidden, “a vision of heavenly secrets that can make sense of earthly realities.” (Ehrman 2014, 59)
“An apocalypse (Ancient Greek: apokalypsis ... literally meaning "an uncovering") is a disclosure or revelation of great knowledge. In religious and occult concepts, an apocalypse usually discloses something very important that was hidden or provides what Bart Ehrman has termed, "A vision of heavenly secrets that can make sense of earthly realities". Historically, the term has a heavy religious connotation as commonly seen in the prophetic revelations of eschatology obtained through dreams or spiritual visions.” Wikipedia 2021-01-09
Total number of recorded talks 3058: Public Programs 1178, Pujas 651, and other (private conversations) 1249
“The Paraclete will come (15:26; 16:7, 8, 13) as Jesus has come into the world (5:43; 16:28; 18:37)... The Paraclete will take the things of Christ (the things that are mine, ek tou emou) and declare them (16:14-15). Bishop Fison describes the humility of the Spirit, 'The true Holy Spirit of God does not advertise Herself: She effaces Herself and advertises Jesus.' ...
It is by the outgoing activity of the Spirit that the divine life communicates itself in and to the creation. The Spirit is God-in-relations. The Paraclete is the divine self-expression which will be and abide with you, and be in you (14:16-17). The Spirit's work is described in terms of utterance: teach you, didasko (14:26), remind you, hypomimnesko (14:26), testify, martyro (15:26), prove wrong, elencho (16:8), guide into truth, hodego (16:13), speak, laleo (16:13, twice), declare, anangello (16:13, 14, 15). The johannine terms describe verbal actions which intend a response in others who will receive (lambano), see (theoreo), or know (ginosko) the Spirit. Such speech-terms link the Spirit with the divine Word. The Spirit's initiatives imply God's personal engagement with humanity. The Spirit comes to be with others; the teaching Spirit implies a community of learners; forgetful persons need a prompter to remind them; one testifies expecting heed to be paid; one speaks and declares in order to be heard. The articulate Spirit is the correlative of the listening, Spirit-informed community.
The final Paraclete passage closes with a threefold repetition of the verb she will declare (anangello), 16:13-15. The Spirit will declare the things that are to come (v.13), and she will declare what is Christ's (vv. 14, 15). The things of Christ are a message that must be heralded...
The intention of the Spirit of truth is the restoration of an alienated, deceived humanity... The teaching role of the Paraclete tends to be remembered as a major emphasis of the Farewell Discourses, yet only 14:26 says She will teach you all things. (Teaching is, however, implied when 16:13-15 says that the Spirit will guide you into all truth, and will speak and declare.) Franz Mussner remarks that the word used in 14:26, didaskein, "means literally 'teach, instruct,' but in John it nearly always means to reveal.” (Stevick 2011, 292-7)
The Holy Spirit as feminine: Early Christian testimonies and their interpretation,
Johannes van Oort, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Department of Church History and Church Polity, Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, South Africa
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