To Accuse Oneself

To Accuse Oneself

To Accuse Oneself 850 480 V.M. Samael Aun Weor

The Essence that each one of us carries inside comes from above, from heaven, from the stars…

Unquestionably, the marvelous Essence comes from the note “LA” (the Milky Way, the Galaxy in which we live).

Precious, the Essence passes through the note “SOL” (the Sun) and then through the note “FA” (the planetary zone), enters this world and penetrates our own interior.

Our parents created the appropriate body for the reception of this Essence which comes from the stars…

By working intensely on ourselves and sacrificing ourselves for our fellow men we will victoriously return to the deep bosom of Urania…

We are living in this world for some reason, for something, for some special factor…

Obviously, there is much in us that we must see, study and understand, if we really yearn to know something about ourselves, about our own life…

Tragic is the existence of one who dies without having known the reason for his life…

Each one of us must discover for himself the meaning of his own life, that which keeps him prisoner in the prison of pain…

Obviously, there is something in each one of us that makes our life bitter, and against which we need to fight firmly…

It is not indispensable for us to continue in disgrace; it is unpostponable to reduce to cosmic dust that which makes us so weak and unhappy.

It is useless to become conceited with titles, honors, diplomas, money, vain subjective rationalism, well-known virtues, etc., etc., etc.

We must never forget that it is the hypocrisy and the foolish vanities of the false personality that make us clumsy, rancid, slow, reactionary people, incapable of seeing the new…

Death has many meanings, both positive and negative.

Let us consider that magnificent observation of the Great Kabir Jesus the Christ: “May the dead bury their dead”. Many people, although alive, are in fact dead for all possible work on themselves, and therefore, for any intimate transformation.

These people are bottled in their dogmas and beliefs; people petrified in the memories of many yesterdays; individuals full of ancestral prejudices; people who are slaves of what others say, frightfully lukewarm, indifferent, sometimes “know-it-alls”, convinced of being in the truth because that’s what they were told, etc., etc., etc.

Those people do not want to understand that this world is a “psychological gymnasium” through which it would be possible to annihilate that secret ugliness that we all carry within…

If those poor people understood the lamentable state which they are in, they would tremble with horror…

However, such people always think the best of themselves; they boast about their virtues, they feel perfect, kind, obliging, noble, charitable, intelligent, fulfillers of their duties, etc.

Practical life as a school is formidable, but to take it as an end in itself is downright absurd.

Those who take life in itself, as it is lived daily, have not understood the need to work on themselves in order to achieve a “radical transformation”.

Unfortunately, people live mechanically, they have never heard anything about the inner work…

Changing is necessary, but people do not know how to change; they suffer a lot, and they do not even know why they suffer…

Having money is not everything. The life of many rich people is often truly tragic…

Revolutionary Psychology, Chapter V, “To Accuse Oneself”
Samael Aun Weor 

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