In what dimensions should we be united in marriage and why?
Answer from the V.M. Samael Aun Weor.
The Perfect Matrimony is the union of two beings who really know how to love.
To have true Love it is necessary for the man and woman to adore each other on all the seven great cosmic planes.
For there to be Love there should be a true communion of Souls in the three spheres of Thought, Feeling and Will.
When two beings vibrate in affinity in their thought, feeling and volition, then the Perfect Matrimony is fulfilled in the seven planes of cosmic consciousness.
There are people married on the physical and etheric planes, but not on the astral plane. Others are married on the physical, etheric and astral planes, but, not on the mental plane. Each thinks in his own way, the woman has one religion and the man another, they do not agree in their thoughts etc.
There are marriages that are kindred in the worlds of thought and feeling, but absolutely opposite in the world of the will; these couples clash constantly; they are not happy.
The Perfect Matrimony must take place on the seven planes of cosmic consciousness. There are marriages that do not even reach the astral plane. Then there is not even sexual attraction; these are true failures. This type of couple bases itself exclusively in the matrimonial form.
Some people live married life on the physical plane with a certain partner, and on the mental plane they live married life with a different partner. Rarely in life do we find a Perfect Matrimony. For there to be Love, it is necessary for there to be affinity of thought, affinity of feeling and will.
Samael Aun Weor. Excerpt of the book: Revolutionary Psychology.
Answer from the Magazine "The Wisdom of the Being".
When the two beings vibrate in common in their thoughts, feelings and volitions, then the Perfect Matrimony occurs and is carried out in the seven planes of cosmic consciousness.
Unfortunately, we have confused love in this modern life, love smells of interest such as bank accounts, material things and where there is addition and subtraction at home, there is no love. Love that is made on the basis of economic or social interest is not love.
On the other hand, we have confused love with desire and the worst case is that we get married believing we are in love, but when the sexual act is consummated and carnal passion is satisfied then disappointment comes, lawsuits begin at home, they commit adultery. And the love ends.
When there is true love, there is no adultery, not even in thought, nor in our behavior. It is also important to keep our word. Not desecrate it, since the verb creates.
The Wisdom of Being Magazine 98, Chapter: "Sixth commandment."