What is the Christic Work?

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Answers from the books of Samael Aun Weor

The Intimate Christ appears internally in the work related to the dissolution of the Psychological "I". Obviously, the interior Christ comes only at the height of our intentional efforts and voluntary suffering. The coming of the Christic fire is the most important event in our own life.

Then the Intimate Christ takes charge of all our mental, emotional, motor, instinctive and sexual processes. Unquestionably, the intimate Christ is our deep inner savior.

Perfect as he is, getting into us he would look imperfect; though chaste he would seem not to be so; being just it would seem as if he was not.

This is similar to the different glints of light. If we use blue spectacles, everything looks blue, and if the spectacles are red we will see all things that color.

Although he is white, each of us seeing him from the outside will see him through the psychological glass through which we are looking; that is why though seeing him, people do not see him. In taking charge of all our psychological processes, the Lord of Perfection suffers indescribably.

Turned into a man among men, he has to undergo many tests and endure unspeakable temptations.characteristics.

Samael Aun Weor. Excerpt from the book: The Great Rebellion


For more information please read the Chapter 24 of the Book: The Great Rebellion