Reflections of Gnostic Doctrine

Reflections of Gnostic Doctrine 1280 720 V.M. Kwen Khan Khu

The Profound Inner Monad, our Real Being, which the Hebrew Kabbalists call “Kether” has the duty of stimulating us from within; to stimulate us from within with spiritual motivation, with transcendental mystical experiences, to stimulate us from within with spiritual motivation, with transcendental mystical experiences, with forces which the Monad introduces so that here we would feel a kind of spiritual restlessness which gives us impulse to look for the Path. The other responsibility is on, or falls, directly upon the Essence, upon us who are the Human Soul incarnated here on Earth. The Essence has to respond to those stimuli, let’s say, with work. It has to put also its part of efforts, and many times of super-efforts, because one thing is that we have the inner stimulus, which is worth a lot, which comes from the Father, and another thing is that we have willpower to respond to those efforts, because at times we can be caught by the tedium of the I, by the load or the density of the I, or by a karma that we are living in a specific moment. In both cases we have to defend ourselves like lions no? Against the karmic forces and against the exterior and interior entropy. So, the task of the Essence, of the Human Soul, is that, to respond to the inner stimuli with an incessant search for Truth, with the incessant reading of the Body of Doctrine, with the incessant practises that we have to carry out every day, with fasts, with prayer, with meditation; that is the task of the Essence.