We all grow up to some level of maturity that provides for us, functionality in the world, and perhaps, functionality in our own private lives. And indeed, there is some Spirit in this, as such behavior and mental attitudes provide for us some semblance of liberty. But the height of Spirit is a fully developed Soul that must then attain to Gnosis. This special form of liberty can be referred to as absolute freedom. It is a fusion of spiritual knowledge with a functional capacity to impress our being on the world; that the world is something that much more for us having dwelled within it.

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  1. Sermon Notes
    Spiritual Maturity

    1. The individual pulls him or herself together within a society.
    1A. The Individual is Hadit ‘I’. Society is relatively, Nuit (Not-I). The Resurrected Self is RHK.
    1A1. The Resurrected Self is more the beginning of the Gnostic Process.
    1B. Our first Society includes parents and siblings.
    1B1. We learn to fit in by way of punishment (spanking), as we are disciplined to be polite.
    1B1a. Polite; of the Politeia.
    1B1a1. The self is extended to include all.
    1B2. This is our second initiation; the first spanking was to take a breath @ birth.
    1B2a. As we learned to reathe on our own, the second spanking at first, teaches us to avoid pain, and then opens up our empathy for others.
    12a1. We become polite of our own accord.

    2. Self-Discipline is the key to our maturity, on a social (Nuit) and personal (Hadit) level.
    2A. The transcendent point (RHK), comes when we atain the pinnacle of this maturity.
    2A1. We take our first spiritual steps.
    2A1a. We seek a spiritual ‘truth’ and arrive at an existential crisis.
    2A1a1. We become Aspirants.

    3. Solve et Coagula
    3A. We first then, remove ourselves from society, as the teenager becomes rebellious.
    3A1. We question the truths given to us in our upbringing and challenge the norms of the world.
    3A1a. This is symbolized as a woaling into the desert.
    3A1a1. Israelites 40 years; Jesus 40 days.
    3B. On our return, we become conscious of ourselves and our internal narration.
    3B1. This eomes the impetus for our ultimate attainment of Gnosis.
    3B1a. We begin the proactive process of developing te story of our lives.
    3B1a1. Creating personality.

    4. Our relationship with society and the world around us now becomes more than a passive observation and reaction/response position.
    4A. We find the transcendent point in this dialectic involves our own contribution to our culture.
    4A1. Developing a family, a career; taking on social responsibilities and working at solving common problems; et al.
    4B. We find an inner impetus that joins us to the world, while showing us our ‘true’ nature or will, that speaks through us in the ‘great deeds’ that we ‘do.’
    4B1. We develop leadership by becoming a role model for others.
    4B1a. We become one of the ‘who’s who’ of society.
    4B1a1. Our Genius shines.

    5. As we find this ‘True Will’–this Thelema; a Greek word, also interpeted as the ‘will of God,’ we find the Agape; a universal love or ‘love of God’ that is the force that creates the world.
    5A. This is the opening of the heart chakkra.
    5A1. We can say, that as I find myself, I find you; simultaneously.
    5A1a. The penultimate synchronicity.
    5B. One becomes fully manifest in the world; a person of note and distinction.
    5B1. This sets up the ordeal of losing oneself in one’s work, as pull of the world can be self-destructive.
    5B1a. The final or third initiation.
    5B2.‎ While our work moves into ‘the ages’ that it affects the world past our time, we can lose hold of ourselves.
    5B2a. In this abyss, we truly surrender to that which is greater than ourselves.
    5B2a1. We then recompose ourselves, as a servant of the world; a Master of the Temple.


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