How can we explain so many internal contradictions?

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Answers from the books of Samael Aun Weor

The Man is the city of nine gates... Within this city live many citizens which do not even know each other. Each of these citizens, each of those small ‘I’ has its projects and its own mind; those are the merchants which Jesus had to cast out of the Temple with the whip of willpower. Those merchants should be killed.

Now we will understand the reason for so many internal contradictions in the individual.

As long as the loose cathexis exists, there can be no peace. The ‘I’ are the causa causorum of all the internal contradictions. The ‘I’ which swears fidelity to Gnosis is replaced by another which hates it. Conclusion, man is an irresponsible being that does not have a permanent center of gravity. Man is a being which is not yet attained!

Samael Aun Weor. Excerpt  from the Book: The Revolution of the Dialectic