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What are the steps to reach the true will?

Answer from the V.M. Samael Aun Weor.

The “Great Work” is, first of all, the creation of the true human being by dint of our will, based on conscious labors and voluntary sufferings.

The “Great Work” is the inner conquest of oneself, of our true liberty in God.

Therefore, if in reality we want the perfect emancipation of our willpower, we need, with a maximum and unavoidable urgency, to disintegrate all those “I’s” that live in our interior…

The perfect emancipation of willpower assures the sage absolute dominion over fire, air, water and earth…

…The Essence, engrossed in the “myself,” is the Genie Aladdin’s lamp, wishing for liberty... Once the Genie is free, h can accomplish miracles.

The Essence is “Conscience-Willpower,” unfortunately processing itself in virtue of our own conditioning.

When our willpower is liberated, then it blends or fuses itself with the Universal Willpower. Thus, as an outcome of this, when integrated like this, our willpower becomes sovereign.

The individual willpower fused with the Universal Willpower can accomplish all the miracles of Moses.

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

Answer from the Magazine "The Wisdom of the Being".

The father is omniscient, he knows everything, he knows what we are, he knows what we have and what we need, and if we learned to listen to his word and obey it, without a doubt, we would do better in life, it would keep us from suffering, lack and needs, but we are deaf to his word and blind to his light, fascinated by pleasure and sin.

These reflections should lead us to understand the need to change our attitudes here and now.

For this, it is essential to recognize that within us there are many different desires contrary to the will of the father. This madness of doing the will different from that of the father is represented by Caiaphas in the drama of the Christ. The priest who distorts the law and the doctrine for his satisfaction, the one who betrays the Christ, represents in us that tendency to disobey and betray his word full of arrogance and selfishness.

Each of our psychological defects direct our actions, thoughts and feelings against the will of the father and therefore it is urgent to discover, study, understand and eliminate them.

By doing so, by eliminating our selves, the origin of sin and disobedience in us, we then release a small percentage of true will, which joins our consciousness and in this way, little by little we learn to do and obey the will of the father, both in heaven and on earth. Thus, we form the will of the faithful son, the will of Christ.

Thus, we place on your temples the crown of thorns that represents the "Will of Christ."

The Wisdom of Being Magazine 98, Chapter: "Fifth commandment."