The laws that govern us
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Upon creating the intransigent dogma of Evolution the decrepit Western mind totally forgot the destructive processes of Nature. It is interesting that the degenerated mind cannot conceive the inverse, Involutive process on a large scale.
The mind, in a state of decrepitude, confuses a fall with a descent and the process of destruction, dissolution on a large scale, degeneration etc., it classifies as change, progress, Evolution...
Evolution and its twin sister Involution are two laws which are developed and processed in a coordinated and harmonious manner in everything created.
Evolution and Involution constitute the mechanical axis of Nature.
Evolution and Involution are two mechanical laws of Nature which have nothing to do with the Self-Realization of man. The Inner Self-Realization of man can never be the product of any mechanical law, but rather the result of a conscious work carried out upon and within oneself, on the basis of tremendous super-efforts, in-depth comprehension and intentional voluntary sufferings. Everything returns to the point of departure and the Lunar Ego returns after death to a new womb.
It is written that every human being is assigned one hundred and eight lives to become Self-Realized. Time is running out for many persons.
Whoever does not attain Self-Realization within his allotted time ceases to be born, to enter the Infernal Worlds. In support of the Law of Involution or retrogression comes the Bhagavad Gita, saying:
“They, the evil, cruel and ungrateful, I cast them perpetually into the Asuric (demoniac) wombs, in order for them to be born in these worlds (infernal worlds). Oh, Kountreya, those hallucinated people go to the demoniac wombs during many lives and continue falling into more and more inferior bodies each time” (Involution). Triple is the door of that destructive inferno. It is made up of lust, anger and covetousness; that is why it should be abandoned.
The anteroom of the Infernal Worlds is the involutive descent into bodies more and more inferior each time, in accordance with the Law of Involution.
Those who descend through the spiral of life fall into demonic wombs during several lives before entering the Infernal Worlds of Nature, situated according to Dante within the interior of the terrestrial organism.
In the second chapter we spoke about the Sacred Cow and its deep significance; it is very interesting that every Brahmin in India, when praying the rosary, counts one hundred and eight beads of the latter.
There are Hindus who do not consider their sacred duties fulfilled, if they do not walk one hundred and eight times around the Principal Cow, and if they do not fill a cup with water and place it for a moment on the Cow’s tail and drink it as the most sacred and delicious divine liquor.
It is urgent to remember that Buddha’s necklace has one hundred and eight beads. All of this invites us to reflect on the one hundred and eight lives which are assigned to the human being.
It is clear that the person who does not take advantage of those one hundred and eight lives, joins the Involution of the Infernal Worlds.
Infernal Involution is a fall backwards, towards the past, passing through all the animal, vegetable and mineral states, through frightful suffering.
The last stage of the Infernal Involution is the fossil state, after which follows the disintegration of the lost ones.
The only thing that is saved from all of that tragedy, the only thing that does not disintegrate is the Essence, the Buddhata, that fraction of Human Soul that the intellectual animal carries within his lunar bodies.
Involution in the Infernal Worlds precisely has as objective the liberation of the Buddhata, the Human Soul, in order for it to reinitiate its Evolutive ascent from the original chaos through the mineral, vegetable and animal rungs, until it reaches the level of intellectual animal mistakenly called man.
It is lamentable that so many souls relapse and return again and again to the Infernal Worlds.
Time in the Infernal Worlds of the Submerged Mineral Kingdom is frighteningly slow and boring; for every frightfully long one hundred years in those atomic infernos of Nature, one pays a certain quantity of Karma.
After the death of the physical body, every human being, after having reviewed the life that just passed, is judged by the Lords of Karma. The lost enter the Infernal Worlds after their good and bad deeds have been placed on the scales of Cosmic Justice.
The Law of the Scale, the terrible Law of Karma, governs everything created. Every cause becomes an effect and every effect is transformed into a cause. By modifying the cause, one modifies the effect.
Do good deeds in order for you to pay your debts. The Lion of the Law is combated with the scales. If the plate of the bad deeds weighs more, I advice you to increase the weight on the plate of the good deeds; in this manner you will incline the balance in your favor.
The one who has capital with which to pay, pays and comes out well in business. The one who does not have capital, shall pay with pain.
When an Inferior Law is transcended by a Superior Law, the Superior Law washes the Inferior Law.
Millions of persons speak about the Laws of Reincarnation and Karma without having experienced in a direct manner their deep significance.
Really, the Lunar Ego returns, re-embodies, penetrates a new womb, but that cannot be called Reincarnation; speaking with precision we will say that that is Return.
Reincarnation is something else. Reincarnation is only for Masters, for Sacred Individuals, for the Twice-Born, for those who already possess the Being.
The Lunar Ego returns and in accordance with the Law of Recurrence, it repeats in each life, the same actions, the same dramas of preceding lives.
The Spiral Line is the line of life and each life is either repeated in more elevated, evolutive spirals, or in lower, involutive spirals.
Each life is a repetition of the past one, plus its good or bad, pleasant or unpleasant consequences.
In a resolved and definitive manner, many persons descend from life to life on the involutive spiral line, until finally entering the Infernal Worlds.
The one who wants to attain in-depth Self-Realization, should liberate himself from the vicious circle of the Evolutive and Involutive Laws of nature.
The one who truly wants to come out of the intellectual animal state, the one who truly and sincerely wants to become a True Man, should free himself from the mechanical laws of Nature.
Everyone who wants to become a Twice-Born, everyone who wants Inner Self-Realization, should enter the path of the Revolution of Consciousness. This is the path of the razor’s edge. This path is full of dangers within and without.
The Dhammapada says, “Among men, few are the ones who reach the other shore. The others wander on this shore, from one side to the next.”
Jesus the Christ says, “Of a thousand who seek me, one finds me, of a thousand who find me, one follows me, of a thousand who follow me, one is mine.”
The Bhagavad Gita says, “Among thousands of men, perhaps one strives to reach perfection; among the strivers, possibly one achieves perfection and among the perfect, perhaps one knows me perfectly.”
The Divine Rabbi of Galilee never said that the Law of Evolution would take all human beings to perfection. Jesus, in the four Gospels, places emphasis on the difficulty of entering the Kingdom:
The Law of Natural Selection exists in everything created; not all students who enroll in a faculty graduate as professionals.
Jesus Christ never said that the Law of Evolution would lead all human beings to the final goal.
Some pseudo-esotericists and pseudo-occultists say that one reaches God through many paths. This is really a sophism with which they always want to justify their own errors.
The Great Hierophant Jesus Christ only pointed out a single door and a single path:
Text from "Evolution, Involution, Revolution" by V.M. SAMAEL AUN WEOR
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