What do we mean in Our Father praying: “Give us this day our daily bread”?

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Answers from the books of Samael Aun Weor

The phrase “daily bread” means the “super substantial bread” in Greek or the “bread from the Highest.”

Gnosis gives us this “bread of life” in a double meaning; this is ideas and strength, which allow us to disintegrate our psychological errors.

We gain psychological experience, we eat the “bread of wisdom,” and we receive new knowledge every time that we reduce to cosmic dust this or that “I.”

Gnosis offers the “super substantial bread,” the “bread of knowledge,” thus indicating to us with precision the new life that begins in oneself, inside oneself, here and now.

Samael Aun Weor. Treatise of Revolutionary Psychology

Answer of the Book: The Magic Flute and the Initiation.

It doesn’t mean the physical bread but it refers to the sacred Hebrew Shechinah or the Divine Providence, Divine Wisdom, the knowledge of the superior dimensions of Cosmos.

Chapter 7. The Temptation is Fire.