Treatise of Revolutionary Psychology: The Gnostic Method of Real Spiritual Awakening

Paperback | May 1, 2013

bySamael Aun Weor

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This book begins by asking the questions, "Who are we? Where do we come from? Where are we going? What are we living for? Why are we living?” The answers to these questions can be discovered if one knows where and how to look.No matter who we are, we feel fulfillment, happiness, and purpose inside of ourselves. These qualities are not felt outside of ourselves, and cannot be found in external things or circumstances. Similarly, knowledge of ourselves and our purpose cannot be found in external things, but are found inside. By knowing what is in our hearts and minds, by seeing what we usually ignore, we learn not only what we are capable of, but also what prevents us from developing our full potential.By knowing ourselves, we acquire the knowledge of how to change for the better. As we improve ourselves and awaken to our true nature, we spontaneously begin to radiate the light of divinity in everything we do, increasing our own happiness, and spreading it to others. This is how we begin to live the Gnostic message, which states that the light of the Divine is within us. By knowing ourselves, we also learn about that light, and can bring it into the world to benefit everyone."All things, all circumstances that occur outside ourselves on the stage of this world, are exclusively the reflection of what we carry within. With good reason then, we can solemnly declare that the 'exterior is the reflection of the interior.' When someone changes internally-and if that change is radical-then circumstances, life, and the external also change.” - Samael Aun WeorThis book reflects and illuminates the spiritual psychology of all genuine religions and mystical traditions. With the practical guidance in this book, anyone can awaken to see the light for the Divine for themselves.

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This book begins by asking the questions, "Who are we? Where do we come from? Where are we going? What are we living for? Why are we living?” The answers to these questions can be discovered if one knows where and how to look.No matter who we are, we feel fulfillment, happiness, and purpose inside of ourselves. These qualities are not ...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8 × 5 × 1 inPublished:May 1, 2013Publisher:Glorian PublishingLanguage:English

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Who are we? Where do we come from? Where are we going? What are we living for? Why are we living? Unquestionably, the wretched "intellectual animal,” mistakenly called a human being, not only ignores, but furthermore ignores that he ignores. The worst of it is the strange and difficult situation in which we find ourselves; we ignore the secret of all our tragedies, yet we are convinced that we know it all. Just send a "rational mammal” to the middle of the Sahara desert, one of those who claims to be influential in life; leave him there, far away from any oasis, and observe from an airplane what occurs. Facts will speak for themselves: the "intellectual humanoid,” though he boasts that he is powerful and believes he is a real human being, turns out to be frightfully weak. The "rational animal” is one hundred percent stupid; he thinks the best of himself. He thinks he can develop his potential via kindergarten, good manners, elementary and secondary schools, diplomas, universities, the prestige of daddy, etc. Unfortunately, in spite of so much education, good manners, titles, and money, we know very well that any stomachache saddens us, and that deep down we continue being unhappy and miserable. It is enough to read universal history to find out that we are still the same barbarians of the past, and instead of improving, we have become worse. This present century with its magnificence, wars, prostitution, world-wide sodomy, sexual degeneration, drugs, alcohol, exorbitant cruelty, extreme perversion, monstrosity, etc., is the mirror in which we must see ourselves; there is not a good enough reason to boast of having reached a superior stage of development. To think that time means progress is absurd; unfortunately, the "learned ignoramuses” continue to be bottled up in the "dogma of evolution...” In all the somber pages of "dark history” we find the same atrocious cruelties, ambitions, wars, etc. Nevertheless, our "super-civilized” contemporaries are still convinced that what we hear about war is secondary, a fleeting accident that has nothing to do with their so boasted "modern civilization.”Indeed, what is important is the way of being of each person. Some subjects will be drunkards; others will be abstemious, some honest and others shameless; there is everything in life. The populace is the sum of all individuals. The populace is what the individual is; it is the government, etc. ...The populace, then, is the extension of the individual...