How could we make the most of the tough times of life?

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Answers from the books of Samael Aun Weor

The worst circumstances of life, the most critical situations, and the most difficult deeds are always marvelous for intimate self-discovery.

The most secret “I’s” always surface in those unsuspected, critical moments, and when we least expect them. Unquestionably, if we are alert, we discover ourselves.

The most tranquil moments of life are precisely the least favorable for the work upon oneself.

Moments in life exist which are too complicated. In those moments we have the marked tendency of identify easily with the events and completely forgetting about ourselves. In those instances, we do foolish things, which lead nowhere. If, in those moments, we are alert, if instead of losing our minds we remember our own selves, we then would discover with astonishment certain “I’s” whose possibility of existence we never suspected in the least.

Samael Aun Weor. Excerpt from the book: Treatise of Revolutionary Psychology

For more information please read the Chapter 29 of the Book: Treatise of Revolutionary Psychology