Why should we end the Psychological Song?
Answer from the V.M. Samael Aun Weor.
Any of those “I’s” that have been previously observed and judged can be reduced to cosmic dust by means of the fiery powers of our own individual, particular Divine Mother.
A specific formula in order to pray to our Inner Divine Mother is not necessary. We must be very natural and simple when we address Her. The child who addresses his/her other never has a special formula. The child utters what comes from his/her heart and that is all.
No “I” is instantaneously dissolved. Our Divine Mother must work and even suffer very much before achieving the annihilation of any “I.”
Make yourselves introversive, direct your prayer within, seeking within your interior your Divine Lady. Thus, with sincere supplications, you shall be able to talk to Her. Beg her to disintegrate the “I” that you have previously observed and judged.
Samael Aun Weor. Treatise of Revolutionary Psychology.
Answer from the Magazine "The Wisdom of the Being".
We would like a rosy world, where everything was eternal happiness and nothing else. Everything that gets out of that context, already seems to us disastrous and impossible to live.
When things, events, get out of that content, we thunder, we cry, we tear our clothes off, we feel sorry for ourselves, we seek to drown our sorrows in the arms of alcohol, drugs, in talking about our sufferings to others and in the worst case, we take our own lives or get divorced or this, or that, etc., etc.
We make of that psychological song even musical productions such as corridos, songs where we express our spite, anger, tears for abandonment, bad payments and many etcetera, and still coupled with all this, the psychological damage that with those productions we do to others.
That is the eternal psychological song that we load. We are such clowns that we are actually really worth studying.
We do not want to understand that life is a succession of trials of pain, of events, some pleasant, some unpleasant, it all depends on what we have sown in the past.
The Buddha says: “If you want to know your past, look at your present; if you want to know your future, look at your present”. What we sow we reap; that is our karma or dharma, the bad or the good that we deserve...
The psychological song weakens us, it takes away an enormous amount of energy and in those circumstances, loving oneself so much, considering oneself in that way, it is clear that the self, or rather we should say the self, instead of being extinguished, they become frighteningly stronger. That they did something to us, that they paid us badly...
The Wisdom of Being Magazine 90, Chapter: "The Psychological Song."