Kundalini, Tarot, and the Christification of the Human Soul
A Book by Samael Aun Weor
“Throughout the aeons, fear and the longing for security enslaved the body of will, turning it into a personal, defensive barrier. Fear and the longing for security have transformed human will into a wretched victim... The moment has arrived to liberate your human will from the horrible prejudices and tenebrous, ancestral fear and tendencies. Rejoice, oh buddha, since now your human will shall become Christ’s will... Christ’s will is heroic. Christ’s will only bows and kneels before the will of the Father.” —Samael Aun Weor
Those who have completed the first four Initiations of Major Mysteries must begin the fifth, the creation of the causal body, which is related with willpower. Through the first four initiations, the initiate raised the kundalini in the physical body, vital body, astral body, and mental body, making the Innermost a Buddha. Now, with the fifth serpent of fire, the will of the Human Soul (Tiphereth) must reflect the will of the Father (Chesed), so that the will of Christ can be finally emerge. As the kundalini rises through each vertebra of the spinal column, the initiate must pass tests that are symbolized in the first thirty-three arcana of the Tarot. When completed, the human will becomes Christ’s will. Then one is prepared for the incarnation of Christ and the entrance into the straight path (the path of the bodhisattva), upon which, as Christ’s will, one performs greats sacrifices for suffering humanity.
“The fundamental objective of our esoteric studies is to reach Christification... The inner Christ is what counts. Unfortunately, people only think about an historical Christ, and this is how they separate themselves from reality. They forget that Christ is what is, which always has been, and what will always be. They forget that Christ is the life that beats in each atom, as it beats in each Sun. They forget that Christ vibrates from instant to instant, from moment to moment. To incarnate Christ is fundamental.” —Samael Aun Weor
- 324 pages
- Paperback 4 x 7 inches