What’s the relationship between the meditation and the representations of the death among the Aztecs?

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Answers from the books of Samael Aun Weor

The hearts between his feline paws symbolize “the death of the Initiate.” When Quetzalcoatl rises and transforms into a tiger, he tears apart the heart of the one who awakens him, until he kills within him all of the illusions of his personality and all of the attachments to those things that tied him to the earth. Indeed, the sagacity and fury of the tiger are necessary in order to kill the human personality, so that the seven serpents of the Dragon of Wisdom (symbol of the beheaded one) become resplendent.

Excerpt from the book: Aztec Christic Magic.