In the context of studying Gnosis, the interplay between tradition and revelation is of paramount importance.
Tradition provides a rich historical and cultural backdrop while also offering valuable insight into the stages of each person’s inner development. However, revelation is equally crucial, as Gnostic teachings emphasise direct, personal spiritual experiences and the search for hidden knowledge or Gnosis.
These revelations, often conveyed through mystical experiences, texts, or insights, unlock profound truths and invite individuals to embark on a deeply personal and transformative spiritual journey. Balancing the preservation of tradition with an openness to revelation is key to comprehending the depth and significance of Gnostic teachings, offering a holistic understanding of this spiritual tradition.
Join us for an introductory public talk about the role of tradition and revelation in the study of Gnosis.
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Real Gnosis is the experiential knowledge of the Soul, which is beyond theory, dogma or belief
I looked in churches, mosques and temples, but I found the Divine within my heart.- Rumi
Gnosis lives in facts, withers away in abstractions, and is difficult to find even in the noblest of thoughts.-Samael Aun Weor
God is to be found not in religion, not in systems but in discovering truth in every little thing. Truth is not far away but very near.- Krishnamurti
Knowing oneself is having achieved identification with one’s own Divine Being.- Samael Aun Weor
Consciousness has the potential to increase to an infinite degree.– The 14th Dalai Lama
Let it be understood that Self-Realisation is the harmonious development of the entire infinite of human possibilities.- Samael Aun Weor