Previous Gnostic Questions
What can we achieve with the force of Love?
Answer from the V.M. Samael Aun Weor.
Love begins with a flash of delicious sympathy, is substantiated with infinite tenderness, and is embodied in supreme adoration.
A Perfect Matrimony is the union of two beings who adore each other absolutely. In Love there are no estimates or bank accounts. If you are making estimates and calculations, it is because you are not in love. Reflect before taking the great step. Are you really in love? Be careful of the illusion of desire. Remember the flame of desire consumes life, and then all that remains is the tremendous reality of death.
Contemplate the eyes of the one you adore, lose yourself within the delight of his eyes.
But, if you want to be happy, do not allow yourself to be carried off by desire.
Man in love; do not confuse Love with passion. Analyze yourself deeply. It is urgent to know if she belongs to you in Spirit. It is necessary to know if you are in complete affinity with her in the three worlds: thought, feeling and will.
Adultery is the cruel result of lack of Love. A woman truly in love would prefer death before adultery. The man who commits adultery is not in love.
LOVE IS TERRIBLY DIVINE. THE BLESSED GOD-MOTHER OF THE WORLD IS THAT WHICH IS CALLED LOVE.
With the terrible Fire of LOVE we can transform ourselves into Gods to enter majestically into the AMPHITHEATRE OF COSMIC SCIENCE.
Samael Aun Weor. Excerpt from the book: The Perfect Matrimony.
Answer from the Magazine "The Wisdom of the Being".
There is a cosmic force that gave rise to the universe and that sustains it firmly in its march; The interesting thing is that the human being can achieve, through an inner work, manifest in his heart and through it transform himself from the root to achieve the highest spiritual statures; that force is that of love.
The swan represents this miracle of love, since the swan with its attitude of life exemplifies some of its characteristics; one of these wonderful teachings that he gives us tells us that for this force to exist, it must be fed with the same love; In a very poetic way, master Samael Aun Weor explains to us:
"Look at the swan itself: When one of the couple dies, the other succumbs to sadness, because love feeds on love."
That is why we see it floating on the pure waters of life, the same ones that the genesis of all cultures and religions tell us gave rise to the world. Making us understand that the strength of affection is based on the wise use of the energies that brought us to existence.
That is why Richard Wagner in his masterly and diamantine work "The Parsifal", highlights the moment in which the swan of the sacred lake is killed and a stir is made for such a tremendous crime, since it symbolizes what we do when we desecrate with our bestial desires and adulteries the sanctuary of marriage.
The Wisdom of Being Magazine 94, Chapter: "The Swan."