Why should we take care of the use of the word?
Answer from the V.M. Samael Aun Weor.
Words full of ill-intended meaning produce fornications in the world of the mind. And arrhythmic words engender violence in the world of the cosmic mind.
One should never condemn anyone with the verb because one should never judge anyone. Slander, gossip and calumny have filled the world with pain and bitterness.
If we work with Sexual Super Dynamics, we have to comprehend that the creative energies are exposed to all kinds of modifications. These energies of the libido can be modified into powers of light or darkness. It all depends on the quality of the words.
The perfect man speaks words of perfection. The Gnostic student who wishes to follow the path of the Revolution of the Dialectic should become accustomed to controlling the tongue. One should learn to handle the verb.
Samael Aun Weor. Excerpt of the book: The Revolution of the Dialectic.
Answer from the Magazine "The Wisdom of the Being".
Misuse of the word brings serious harm to those of us who do it, since it negatively influences our creative energy, forms ultrasensitive microorganisms in the vital, astral and mental world, which attract problems and diseases.
“The sound of the cannon, its explosion, destroys the glass of a window. On the other hand, a soft word appeases anger or courage; but a rude, inharmonious word produces anger or melancholy, sadness, hatred, etc.” (Samael Aun Weor. The Revolution of the Dialectic)
The Gnostic student must give even more importance to the correct use of the word, since the power that the mantras have disappears if at the same time that we practice them we do not correct our verb. James establishes it very clearly: “But no man can tame the tongue, which is an evil that cannot be restrained, full of deadly poison. With it we bless God and Father, and with it we curse men, who are made in the likeness of God. From the same mouth come blessing and cursing. My brothers, this should not be like this. Does any fountain pour out sweet and bitter water through the same opening? My brothers, can the fig tree produce olives, or vine figs? So also no spring can give salt and sweet water” (James 3: 8-12).
We must turn the word into a work of art, every time we speak we have the opportunity to positively influence others, if the verb in the beginning gave rise to the universe, it will not be able to do in us if we learn to use it correctly, it is like learning to press the lyre of Orpheus in our daily lives.
The Wisdom of Being Magazine 98, Chapter: "Third commandment."