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Introduction to Gnosis: Gnostic Methods for Today's World

by Samael Aun Weor

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In this basic and practical introduction to the fundamental basis of Gnosis, Samael Aun Weor offers a breadth of exercises for the reader to establish stability and understanding in their daily life. The sincere person who implements the guidance given in this profound book will discover a wealth of insight from their efforts. Gnosis is, after all, "knowledge" (Greek), and each seeker is enjoined to "Know Thyself." This volume, although simple in its expression and thin in size, exudes the perfume of many centuries of profound Initiatic Wisdom. "Life is an absurd succession of fleeting and vain desires. When we profoundly comprehend that all the desires in life are fleeting and vain, when we understand that the physical body is engendered in sin and that its destiny is to rot in the grave, then true peace of the mind is born from that profound comprehension. Contradiction and conflict disappears. Only the mind that is in peace can solve problems. Peace rests in the silence of the mind."

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