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Nhóm Thiền Kim Tự Tháp - Pyramid Spiritual Society Movement
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  1. 1. MALE..FEMALE INCARNATIONS The individualized soul gas its beginning and source inthe infinite, formless, sexless and indivisible being of God, who is beyond all forms of duality or evolution. With the beginning of the individualized soul, there isthe beginning of duality and evolution, though the specific form of duality consisting in the distinction and attractionbased upon sex makes its appearance at a later stage of evolution. After attaining the human form, as a rule, there is no reversion to animals forms.
  2. 2. • If a soul has had many successive incarnations in the east and then takes an incarnation in the west, it carries with it the impressions of its lives in the east and, though living in the west, it leads a life essentially in conformity with the eastern pattern.• If a soul has made many successive incarnations in the west and then takes an incarnation in the east, it carries with it the impressions of its lives in the west and, though living in the East, it leads a life which is in conformity with the western pattern. sometimes , we therefore, have a European soul in an Indian form or an Indian soul in European form!
  3. 3. The facilities afforded by male and female incarnations respectively are not rigidly invariable. They change according to the cycles of existence as well as whether the incarnation is in the east of in the west.
  4. 4. “ each sex affords special facilities”• Though the facilities afforded by each sex vary according to the age and place in which the incarnation occurs, nevertheless, each sex affords special facilities for the development of experience along specific lines.• As a rule, men excel in qualities of the head and will. They are capable of sound judgment and steadfast purpose. As a rule, women excel in qualities of the heart.
  5. 5. “ equally necessary ” • Since male and female incarnations are equally necessary for self-knowledge, it is not right to look upon one as being more important than the other • Though there are differences between the nature of the respective facilities afforded by them, they are both indispensable..
  6. 6. The soul must go through maleincarnations as well as femaleincarnations .. If it is to have that richnessof experience which is a condition ofattaining the realization that the soul, initself, is beyond all forms of duality. The psyche of the soul retains thegathered experience of male and femaleincarnations. Since the soul identifies itself with thebody, the psychological tendencies whichharmonizes with the sex of the body tofind a suitable medium for expression.
  7. 7. The psychological tendencies which are characteristic of the opposite sex are ordinarily suppressed into the unconscious part of the psyche, because they do not harmonize with the sex of the body and find the medium of expression obstructive.• When the soul takes a female body the male tendencies are, so to speak, held in abeyance .. And only female tendencies are released for expression. In the same way, when the soul takes a male body the female tendencies are held in abeyance and the male tendencies are released for expression.
  8. 8. “ beyond distinction ”• When inner understanding of the relevant experiences is complete, they neither experience themselves as male alone nor as female alone, but as being beyond the distinction of sex.• The experiences connected with the male and female forms are both accessible and intelligible to the aspirant who has transcended sex- distinction. He remains unaffected by the limitations of either because, through understanding, he has freed himself from the limiting obsessions characteristic of sex-ridden imagination.