Throughout all of our most sacred traditions, it is known that Nature is the source for all genuine medicine. The teachings of Paracelsus, Galen, Tibetan tantras, and others all agree that a properly prepared individual can use Nature to cure any illness.
Magic:derived from the ancient word "mag" that means "priest" (from magos "one of the members of the learned and priestly class," from O.Pers. magush). Thus, genuine magic is the power of a priest or holy person to help others.
Samael Aun Weor, founder of the International Gnostic Movement and author of more than sixty books about practical spirituality, lived in close contact with the mysterious natives of the Sierra Nevada of South America, who have been in self-imposed isolation from the rest of the world for hundreds of years. The priests and doctors of that region taught him and his wife Litelantes their system of training and many of their healing methods, revealed here to the public for the first time. Perhaps most astonishing is that the philosophy and spiritual concepts are fundamentally the same as the ancient knowledge of Kabbalah, the Greeks, Tibetans, and others.
This collection of hundreds of techniques and practices will guide you to awaken consciousness, perform healing for yourself and others, and return to the core natural medical knowledge of the ages.Includes more than 300 remedies Explains the training and preparation of the true healer Provides an overview of the causes of illness
Sexology studies love, the most powerful force in human life. It inspires our greatest acts, sustains us in difficult times, gives us hope, inspiration, and purpose. But more than that, love is the power that turns the common person into a superhuman. The sexual energy — which fuels the love of a couple and creates children — is also the wellspring of the love expressed by the greatest human beings, such as Jesus, Buddha, Joan of Arc, etc. While it is well known that serious spiritual seekers preserve their sexual energy for spiritual purposes, science has largely ignored why. The preservation of the sexual energy (called chastity, tantra, alchemy, karezza, coitus interruptus) supercharges the endocrine system and the brain. On the other hand, the worst human beings are always sexual degenerates whose bodies and minds are decayed.
Endocrinology studies the active agent of sex: our endocrine system, the incredible power of hormones. The hormones not only push us towards sexual activity, they also power the pineal and pituitary glands, which facilitate our ability to imagine, to “see” with our “mind’s eye.” The hormones influence the brain and the heart: when a person is in love, the hormones inspire that love, and raise the quality of life to the highest, while also filling the mind with beautiful visions of the beloved. When a person is afflicted by lust, the hormones saturate the brain and heart with lustful desire and degenerated, selfish fantasies.
For the suprasexual, the hormones are the vitalizing influence that regenerates the brain and heart, and empowers visions, clairvoyance, conscious dreams, and spiritual powers. For the infrasexual, the hormones — being corrupted by desire, lust, anger, and pride — cloud the mind, degenerate the emotions into selfishness, and hypnotize the consciousness with paranoia, hallucinations, obsessions, fantasies of wealth and power, motivating the person towards crime, violence, rape, etc. This is criminology: the science that examines how desire, expressed through mental images, is the basis of crime.
If we want to guide our life towards higher level, or if we want to help those who suffer — such as criminals, the mentally ill, the paranoids, or the depressed — then we need to understand how to use the sexual energy in a restorative and regenerating way.
'You will find terrific secrets within this book, secrets that never in the history of life were published.' - Samael Aun Weor
Includes an excerpt about sexual energy from the important Yoga scripture 'Siva Samhita.'
Topics include: The Universal Fire; The Degrees of Power of the Fire; The Two Witnesses; The Yogic Matrimony; The Seven Chakras; The Chakra Muladhara; The Chakra Svadhishthana; The Chakra Manipura; The Chakra Anahata; The Chakra Vishuddha; The Chakra Ajna; The Chakra Sahasrara; The Seven Seals; Internal Meditation; and more.