Lecture 7 — Conversations About Gnosis 2
Beyond Death by Samael Aun Weor
Although most of us prefer to avoid the topic of death, it is an inevitable event that we must come to terms with, especially if we are serious about our spiritual development. For the experienced spiritual aspirant, death ceases to be a source of fear or uncertainty, and instead is revealed to be what it truly is: a doorway, an integral part of existence, and an opportunity to elevate our consciousness. The ancient teachings tell us that if we want to know what happens when we die, we must look to what happens when we sleep each night. When we die we enter the same world we dream within, but instead of returning to the deceased body we are propelled towards a new birth. If each night when we sleep we practice to enter the world of dreams with awareness, then when the moment of our death arrives we will be prepared to exit the body with awareness, and be capable of influencing what happens to us after death. That is the importance of astral projection: being awake in the dimension of dreams… more
Podcast 1 hour, 10 minutes, MP3 Format, Free Download This is the second podcast in the Gnostic Lectures series where Mr. E. Jim G. Ross and Mr. Richard Roocroft speak about Gnosis.  Some of the subjects covered include: The Theory of Evolution has Become a Dogma; The Big Bang Theory and Why it is Ridiculous; Rounds; Matter and the Absolute; The Dark Moon and the White Moon; Lunar Humanity verses Solar Humanity; Atlantis; Dream Images; The Lion; The Snake; Kundalini; The Akashic Records; Creating a two way Communication with your Monad (God); Judgment; Karma; and Divine Justice.
Samael Aun Weor wrote over 70 books, and gave thousands of lectures and speeches in order to bring to the world Gnostic Anthropology. Most of this has been translated into English. In this podcast we speak about the differences between the English and Spanish languages. When English speaking people are reading any of Samael Aun Weor's works, keep in mind that we are actually reading an interpretation of his original work. Different versions may be slightly different. This is just something to keep in mind. Richard Roocroft 2011