The Revolution of the Dialectic

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A pure, refined presentation of the spiritual psychology in all religions.

The Revolution of the Dialectic is the culmination of a lifetime of investigations into the root teachings of every religious and mythological tradition, and ...

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Overview

A pure, refined presentation of the spiritual psychology in all religions.

The Revolution of the Dialectic is the culmination of a lifetime of investigations into the root teachings of every religious and mythological tradition, and provides a pure, refined presentation of the spiritual psychology that leads to genuine transformation of the individual and society.

• Learn the fundamental essence of every spiritual methodology
• Discover why we suffer, and how to change it
• Applies to any religion or tradition

Through knowing ourselves and changing our defects, we can grow and develop psychologically and spiritually, leading to the awakening the consciousness, the emergence of genuine happiness, and the restoration of a humane and just society.

"Society is the extension of the individual... Therefore, if the individual fundamentally changes, the world will inevitably change." — Samael Aun Weor

Chapters include: The Didactic for the Dissolution of the "I"; The Struggle of the Opposites; The K-H; Resistance; Defeatism; Psycho-astrology; The Rhetoric of the Ego; The Permanent Center of Consciousness; Super-individuality; Integral Well-being; Self-reflection; Psychoanalysis; Mental Dynamics; The Laconic Action of the Being; Self-esteem; A-himsa / Nonviolence; Gregarious Conduct; Deformation of the Word; Knowing How to Listen; The Exactness of the Term; The Psychological Robot; Anger; The Personality; Cathexis; Mystical Death; Dissolving the Loose Cathexis; Negligence; The Particular Characteristic Psychological Feature; Methodology of the Work; Sophisms of Distraction; The Fallacy of the Ego; Exertion; Psychological Slavery; The Kalkian Personality; Contumacy; The States of the Ego; Blue Time or Rest Therapeutics; The Corpses of the Ego; Psychogenesis; The Transformation of Impressions; Mental Stomach; Image, Values and Identity; Mo-Chao; Dispersed Mind and Integral Mind; The Revolution of Meditation; Mechanical Association; The Dominion of the Mind; Probationism; The Intellect; Intelligence; Comprehension; Imagination; Inspiration; Intuition; Human Problems; Sexual Super-dynamics; The Mercury; Fundamental Education; The Press; Television; Ultramodern Music; Solioonensius; Religious Principles; The Fourth Unit of Reasoning; Art; Materialistic Science; The Root Races of the Terrestrial Humanity; The Ex-personality and the Quantum Theory; Reincorporation; Super Discipline; The Individual and Society; Enlightenment; and more.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780974591636
  • Publisher: Glorian Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/1/2003
  • Pages: 248

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2005

    A Better Way of Life

    The Revolution of the Dialectic is a very solid work. It is a very deep piece of writing that requires the student to study and live it through practice and meditation. To better understand this work requires some prior knowledge about Gnosis, and to fully grasp at its meaning requires intensive study. People familiar with Samael Aun Weor's writings will find this book to be one of his greater highlights. People unfamiliar with Samael Aun Weor's writings would better start with works like: The Great Rebellion and Revolutionary Psychology because they serve as a good introduction to a broad range of Gnostic themes. The Revolution of the Dialectic is similar to these two works. However, the great difference is the depth to which the Revolution of the Dialectic goes.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2004

    For the Psychic Revolution.

    I feel that this is Samael Aun Weor's seminal psychological work. Presently, it is the book I most frequently return to. Meditation is the practical foundation upon which this book depends, and upon which we as the readers are forced to rely if we truly want to understand what is written here. Better said, as with all of Samael's works, this is a book that is impossible to comprehend unless its reader is already willing to delve deeply and practically into the realm of self-observation. What are your thoughts? Your emotions? Your actions? Do you observe these phenomenon during the day; seek out their roots, long to understand them? When a doctor wishes to cure his patient, he first seeks to diagnose that patient, pinpointing the disease before proceeding to the appropriate perscription...this is logical. In exactly the same way, those who wish to change themselves in a fundamental way - those who yearn for a better social or economic, romantic situation - must first learn the precise method of diagnosing themselves. Obviously, they must learn how to make a checklist of all that which they have in excess and all that which they lack (psychologically, emotionally, economically etc.). This book teaches that life is not exclusively external, but fundamentally internal as well. Ostensibly, life projects itself into our minds, and it there that we give all of our dramas, inconveniences, passions and problems a shape, a name, and a design. Therefore, we really need to know ourselves in depth if happiness is what we want. This book teaches the reader how to 'work on himself' in a practical, integral way. One can learn to become one's own doctor, one's own immaculate sculptor and director, architect of existence etc. and this is only possible when we begin to explore ourselves in depth. Only when we begin to work on ourselves, only when we begin to really know ourselves, will we be in a position of authentic, permanent, liberating change. For the flower to blossom, the seed must die. It is time to learn to die from moment to moment. I have been studying this book for many months now, and I cannot but feel more connected with it than to any other of Samael Aun Weor's works. Of course, this is something personal, but I truly feel that there is something colossal and even divine here. What has been written is only too true...too real... 'Man, know thyself and you will know the Universe and its Gods.'

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2004

    For the Psychic Revolution.

    This is the seminal work of transformation: absolute, integral, and spiritual. Meditation, comprehension, and the definitively informed judgment of our unique, individual, and tragic human psychic elements constitute the main pillars of this late work. 'Blue Time or the Theory of Repose' is the nectar and the gold herein which alone can excite miracles in life. This chapter expounds the precise science of rebirth through medative, miraculous psychological death. 'For the flower to blossom, the seed must die' We are all of us unimiganiably beautiful roses; powerful, unitotal, and absolutely Cosmic. I have been studying this book for many months now, and I cannot but feel more connected with it than to any other of Samael Aun Weor's works. It is, to me, the psychological summum of his canon. I assuredly invite all those seekers who thirst the mysterious thirst to the reflection and meditation upon this profound work.

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