OCTOBER 2021 ROSICRUCIAN MASS SERMON: SPIRITUAL LAWS II: PART 1

The 12 Spiritual Laws Of The Universe And What They Mean

One could say about Spiritual Laws, that they are more spiritual dynamics; how the Universe runs ITself. All is mind; including the Universe, and any God you can be interested in understanding is but the dynamic of your own mind. So even to mock your god is to mock your mind, which then mocks my mind. Virtue is then the harvesting of divine revelation.

Please see the sermon video below, and the notes used to deliver the sermon below that.

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  1. Sermon Notes
    Spiritual Laws II, Part 1

    1. We have spoken bout the importance of rumination in pursuing the Gnosis of self. And often, writers have referred to Gnosis as divine grace, which like any turth, must be connected to beauty.

    Ralph Waldo Emerson
    When the act of reflection takes place in the mind, when we look at ourselves in the light of thought, we discover that our life is embosomed in beauty.

    1A. Liber AL teaches that life is pure joy. And of course, Joy is the emotional expression of a beautiful life.

    Ralph Waldo Emerson
    Not only things familiar and stale, but even the tragic and terrible, are comely, as they take their place in the pictures of memory.

    1B. It is interesting first, that Emerson refers to the “pictures of memory,” as the mind really plays with imags that are prevebal and precede the stream of our thought.

    1B1. But also, we must note that we do tend to romanticize the past, so that our struggles to evolve into a beautiful remembrance; having contributed to our success and maturity.

    1B2. We can take some exception with images of horror and terror, which interrupt our lives and rip at the fabric of our soul.

    Ralph Waldo Emerson
    For it is only the finite that has wrought and suffered; the infinite lies stretched in smiling repose.

    1C. Our trials through suffering, as even expressed by Oiris On Nophris in oru echarist, prove our metal and add to our fortitude–for ony that which does not kill me, servest o make me sronger; to add to my joy.

    1C1. Osiris the then the finite of our being; the Hadit or Khabs–the core star that is brought to an infinite state–the Nuit, whose body is the night sky, arched for love–as Emerson says: “sretched in smiling repose.”

    Ralph Waldo Emerson
    Those facts, words, persons, which dwell in his memory without his being able to say why, remain, because they have a relation to him not less real for being as yet unapprehended. They are symbols of value to him, as they can interpret parts of his consciousness which he would vainly seek words for in the conventional images of books and other minds.

    2. Examine yourself, says the Gnostic Jesus in the Gospel of Thomas–that you will know who you are. The images that keep recurring in your mind and dreams are the revelation and key to the fullness of yourself. We have but to start with our self image, as we know it and turn our eyes inwards to those factors that are generating that image.

    Ralph Waldo Emerson
    We are always reasoning from the seen to the unseen. Hence the perfect intelligence that subsists between wise men of remote ages. A man cannot bury his meanings so deep in his book, but time and like-minded men will find them. Plato had a secret doctrine, had he? What secret can he conceal from the eyes of Bacon? of Montaigne? of Kant? Therefore, Aristotle said of his works, “They are published and not published.”

    2A. Liber AL delivers spiritual laws; the Book of the Law, as it is also called, ends with the statement–The Book of the Law is written and concealed. It is both made plain, but hidden from those profane who are not ready to apprehend its lessons and the expounding of spiritual laws; even that they have in some way accepted the Gnostic doctrine called Thelema.

    Ralph Waldo Emerson
    No man can learn what he has not preparation for learning, however near to his eyes is the object. A chemist may tell his most precious secrets to a carpenter, and he shall be never the wiser, — the secrets he would not utter to a chemist for an estate. God screens us evermore from premature ideas. Our eyes are holden that we cannot see things that stare us in the face, until the hour arrives when the mind is ripened; then we behold them, and the time when we saw them not is like a dream.

    2B. Note the law stated in his quote can be surmised as, ‘when the student is ready, the master appears.’ So, don’t come to fear that your heat may be hardened or that you are not of the elect, that you can never inow. Just hold out for the divine grace that must eventually shower down upon you by right of your own persistence.

    Ralph Waldo Emerson
    A little consideration of what takes place around us every day would show us, that a higher law than that of our will regulates events; that our painful labors are unnecessary, and fruitless; that only in our easy, simple, spontaneous action are we strong, and by contenting ourselves with obedience we become divine.

    2C. The Agape we have described as that which makes planets orbit about the stars and the Earth to spin and produce her harvest. The state of nature is everywhere, love–Love under will being the formula of our genius means that love is that foundation for the will to manifest in this world and this life.

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