Ritual or Ceremony

January 24, 2018

Ritual or Ceremony

January 24, 2018

Idea of Ritual

The idea of a ritual, is that it is a formula by which the same forces can be consistently evoked.

An activity becomes a ritual the very second the first activity was repeated. It is not a recurrence, it is something more, it transcends the ego. It is something esoteric. The design of a ritual is to contact superior forces as to open a channel for an interchange, for a certain communication to occur between us and superior forces.

It is something that is done consciously for a reason. In either direction, but what concerns us, is in the direction of the white, of the superior, of the Being, of the spiritual.

Essentially and potentially speaking the very same forces that were present the first time the ritual was performed can be made to be present the second, third, fourth and any later time.

In the best case a ritual unlocks the same forces to reproduce the same result in the future.

There are many rituals in life, our daily routine is a ritual, a family dinner is a ritual, and they are carried out to reproduce the same results as yesterday or before. The rituals of life are in place to strengthen, to unite, to instigate progress and to ensure continuity, and consistency. Spiritual rituals do the same plus they add the special interchange with superior forces whereby we can communicate our needs and gratitude to these superior forces as well as receive their help.

Ceremonies are a group effort that are present for a group so that each member by doing their best inside the ceremony can attract the forces of above to descend over those taking part so to assist and guide each group member. It is a very tangible way in which each member can help the other spiritually speaking. It is a marvellous interchange and conjunction of forces.

Christic Rituals

In such rituals the Solar or Christic forces are invoked and an interchange between human beings and those forces occur.

The Christic forces energise, heal and balance. They do indeed fill one with great amounts of psychic and spiritual energy that then make many other spiritual practices possible.

If we Don’t Transmute and Transform our Psychology we Neuter the Forces of the Christ in Us

In any Christic ceremony of any religion or school or group, Christic forces are received and that is wonderful but what is more important is to give those forces life within oneself. That is to provide fertile grounds within us for those forces to work by transforming us.

When those forces are received and a person loses their sexual energy and does not weaken the ego the loss of the sexual energy and the manifestation of the ego (anger, pride, lust etc.) just neuter or dissipate the received energy.

The Christic force is there to give life, just as the sun causes a seed to die and to yield up new life in the form of a seedling, the Christic forces do the same in us, it being the Holy Denying denies the ego and causes new values to arise in our consciousness. The Christic force dies and resurrects, that is a characteristic of it. It dies so to give new life.

Idea of Ritual

The idea of a ritual, is that it is a formula by which the same forces can be consistently evoked.

An activity becomes a ritual the very second the first activity was repeated. It is not a recurrence, it is something more, it transcends the ego. It is something esoteric. The design of a ritual is to contact superior forces as to open a channel for an interchange, for a certain communication to occur between us and superior forces.

It is something that is done consciously for a reason. In either direction, but what concerns us, is in the direction of the white, of the superior, of the Being, of the spiritual.

Essentially and potentially speaking the very same forces that were present the first time the ritual was performed can be made to be present the second, third, fourth and any later time.

In the best case a ritual unlocks the same forces to reproduce the same result in the future.

There are many rituals in life, our daily routine is a ritual, a family dinner is a ritual, and they are carried out to reproduce the same results as yesterday or before. The rituals of life are in place to strengthen, to unite, to instigate progress and to ensure continuity, and consistency. Spiritual rituals do the same plus they add the special interchange with superior forces whereby we can communicate our needs and gratitude to these superior forces as well as receive their help.

Ceremonies are a group effort that are present for a group so that each member by doing their best inside the ceremony can attract the forces of above to descend over those taking part so to assist and guide each group member. It is a very tangible way in which each member can help the other spiritually speaking. It is a marvellous interchange and conjunction of forces.

Christic Rituals

In such rituals the Solar or Christic forces are invoked and an interchange between human beings and those forces occur.

The Christic forces energise, heal and balance. They do indeed fill one with great amounts of psychic and spiritual energy that then make many other spiritual practices possible.

If we Don’t Transmute and Transform our Psychology we Neuter the Forces of the Christ in Us

In any Christic ceremony of any religion or school or group, Christic forces are received and that is wonderful but what is more important is to give those forces life within oneself. That is to provide fertile grounds within us for those forces to work by transforming us.

When those forces are received and a person loses their sexual energy and does not weaken the ego the loss of the sexual energy and the manifestation of the ego (anger, pride, lust etc.) just neuter or dissipate the received energy.

The Christic force is there to give life, just as the sun causes a seed to die and to yield up new life in the form of a seedling, the Christic forces do the same in us, it being the Holy Denying denies the ego and causes new values to arise in our consciousness. The Christic force dies and resurrects, that is a characteristic of it. It dies so to give new life.

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