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And Death is not real, even in the Relative sense — it is but Birth to a new life — and You shall go on, and on, and on, to higher and still higher planes of life, for aeons upon aeons of time. The Universe is your home, and you shall explore its farthest recesses before the end of Time. You are dwelling in the Infinite Mind of THE ALL, and your possibilities and opportunities are infinite, both in time and Space. And at the end of the Grand Cycle of Aeons, when THE ALL shall draw back into itself all of its creations — you will go gladly, for you will then be able to know the Whole Truth.

— The Emerald Tablet Of Hermes & The Kybalion: Two Classic Bookson Hermetic Philosophy

Los Tres Principios Báscicos de la Creación para el dominio de la realidad y la liberación de la rueda de encarnación (samsara). Ramtha.
  • Tú eres Dios.- No semidiós, ni cuasi dios, ni dios en potencia, ni dios en pequeño. TÚ ERES DIOS.
  • Consciencia y Energía crean la realidad.- El pensamiento (Padre) unido a la emoción (Madre) procrean al hijo (Deseo Materializado). También se le llama Ley de la Generación en el Kybalion de Hermes Trismegisto.
  • Hacer Consciente lo Inconsciente.- Identificar y transmutar las emociones de baja frecuencia en emociones de alta frecuencia que en última instancia sólo es una: Amor. Así como identificar las causas de las emociones negativas y eliminarlas.

Plus:

  • El karma NO existe.- El karma es una creencia que te hace reencarnar una y otra vez, creyendo que debes regresar a “solucionar” una acción pasada. No hay nada qué arreglar, ni descubrir, ni aprender, ni experimentar, todo en el Universo ya es como es y es perfecto para ser lo que ya es. Cuando entiendas esto ya no encontrarás motivo para encarnar.
  • Ley de causa-efecto.- Toda acción, pensamiento, emoción, palabra pensada, sentida o dicha deben ser con amor divino para crear lo divino, ya que tú eres Dios y eres Divino y lo Divino sólo puede proceder de lo Divino.

Basado en las enseñanzas de Ramtha

The Seven Hermetic Principles.

“The Principles of Truth are Seven; he who knows these, understandingly, possesses the Magic Key before whose touch all the Doors of the Temple fly open.” — The Kybalion.

I. THE PRINCIPLE OF MENTALISM.

“THE ALL is MIND; The Universe is Mental.” — The Kybalion.

II. THE PRINCIPLE OF CORRESPONDENCE.

“As above, so below; as below so above.” — The Kybalion.

III. THE PRINCIPLE OF VIBRATION.

“Nothing rests; everything moves; everything vibrates.” — The Kybalion.

IV. THE PRINCIPLE OF POLARITY.

“Everything is Dual; everything has poles; everything has its pair of opposites; like and unlike are the same; opposites are identical in nature, but different in degree; extremes meet; all truths are but half-truths; all paradoxes may be reconciled.” — The Kybalion.

V. THE PRINCIPLE OF RHYTHM.

“Everything flows, out and in; everything has its tides; all things rise and fall; the pendulum-swing manifests in everything; the measure of the swing to the right is the measure of the swing to the left; rhythm compensates.” — The Kybalion.

VI. THE PRINCIPLE OF CAUSE AND EFFECT.

“Every Cause has its Effect; every Effect has its Cause; everything happens according to Law; Chance is but a name for Law not recognized; there are many planes of causation, but nothing escapes the Law.” — The Kybalion.

VII. THE PRINCIPLE OF GENDER.

“Gender is in everything; everything has its Masculine and Feminine Principles Gender; manifests on all planes.” — The Kybalion.

The Seven Hermetic Principles

“The lips of Wisdom are closed, except to the ears of Understanding.” – The Kybalion

In the years of old Egypt, a fundamental truth was shared, which had a profound and remarkable effect on all esoteric teachings to come, from Christian mystics and the Jewish Kabbalah, up to the secret knowledge of India written down in the Upanishads. All these occult teachings show a resemblance in their deepest and most basic ideas. The master Hermes Trismegistos, whose actual physical existence had never been proved, has been said to be the “Master of the Masters”, “the Scribe of the Gods”, and even “the God of Wisdom” himself. As a mythological figure, the greek god Hermes is equal to the roman god Mercury and to the egyptian deity Toth; god of the moon, magic and wisdom. Hermes’ philosophy has been passed on both orally and in writing throughout the last several centuries. The first written version is said to be the “Tabula Smaragdina”, a text of twelve sentences that contains all knowledge, found within Hermes’ grave. While the original Tabula Smaragdina is missing, writings about it have been found in Latin, Arabic and Greek since several hundreds of years. In 1908 knowledge from the Tabula Smaragdina and the Corpus Hermeticum (other texts by Hermes Trismegistos) got translated and further elaborated in English, known as The Kybalion. The philosophy of Hermes is the key to the understanding of all mystic teachings, including astrology, alchemy and psychology, as well as the many occult writings of different religions. The purpose of all these teachings is the same - The transmutation of consciousness into a higher vibrational state.

The philosophy of Hermes, and thus of all occult and esoteric knowledge, is based on the Seven Hermetic Principles. These laws are universal and ineradicable.

I - The Principle of Mentalism

“The All is Mind; the universe is mental.” – The Kybalion

Our material universe holds a substantial reality, The All, within itself. This All is pure spirit, a living mind, unknowable and undefinable. It is infinite and eternal in time and space. Matter is a mental creation of the All. But while all matter is illusionary from an absolute point of view, it is very real to the finite mind, and must be treated so; however, always with a clear understanding of the higher truth.

II - The Principle of Correspondence

“As above, so below; as below, so above.” – The Kybalion
Our universe consists of the Three Great Planes: the great physical plane, the great mental plane and the great spiritual plane. The Principle of Correspondence implies that there is a harmony and correspondence between each of these planes, since they were all born from the same source. All laws and characteristics are universal and apply to all three great planes and their sub-planes. The alchemist knew that once he turns metal into gold, the same transformation will be done unto his soul.

III - The Principle of Vibration

“Nothing rests; everything moves; everything vibrates.” – The Kybalion
Everything within the All is in motion. Matter, mind and spirit are basically the same energy, but differentiate from each other by their rate of vibration. For us humans, the mental plane is eminently interesting, because all kinds of emotions, thoughts, will or desire, as well as any kind of mental condition, vibrates in its very specific mode. One can gain total control of their own mental states and moods by mastering this principle and change their own vibration, and also affect the minds of others by changing theirs. This phenomena is known as telepathy, induction or suggestion.

IV - The Principle of Polarity

“Everything is dual; everything has poles; everything has its pair of opposites. Opposites are identical in nature, but different in degree. Extremes meet; all paradoxes may be reconciled. Everything is and isn’t, at the same time.” – The Kybalion
Everything within the All, whether it is material, mental or spiritual, has two poles, which are but the two extremes of the same thing, with many varying degrees between them. Mental transmutation can only happen by changing the vibrational rate within a thing, but a thing can never be changed in its nature. An undesired rate of mental vibration can be transformed by focusing and putting the awareness onto the other pole. As it is written in the Kybalion: “If you are possessed by fear, do not waste time trying to “kill out” fear, but instead cultivate the quality of courage, and the fear will disappear.” The tendency of nature itself is to move into the direction of a higher vibration, back to the pure spirit it once came from.

V - The Principle of Rhythm

“Everything flows, out and in; everything has its tides; all things rise and fall; the pendulum-swing manifests in everything; the measure of the swing to the right is the measure of the swing to the left; rhythm compensates.” – The Kybalion
Between the two poles of everything, there is a pendulum-like movement, a measured motion with equal amplitude to the left and to the right. This balance of the swing is called the Law of Compensation. This law also applies to mental states in man, balancing the capacity for pain and pleasure. The more suffering one is able to bear, the more enjoyment awaits him, and vice versa. However, Hermetics use the Law of Neutralization by changing their own vibrations to a higher plane, and thus escape the effects of the negative swing of the pendulum on the lower plane.

VI - The Principle of Cause and Effect

“Every cause has its effect; every effect has its cause; everything happens according to law; chance is but a name for law not recognized; there are many planes of causation, but nothing escapes the law.” – The Kybalion
There is no such thing as chance; there is a cause for every effect and an effect for every cause. Chance is a term for an effect that results from causes we can’t perceive or understand. Most of us go through life being mere effects; pawns to their own creation.
Those who are able to raise their vibration to a higher plane, those who understand that not only our acts, but also our thoughts and emotions will have an effect, become Causers instead of Effects. They dominate moods, characters, qualities and powers in both themselves and in others. They do not escape from causation, but they serve on the higher plane, and rule on the lower one.

VII - The Principle of Gender

“Gender is in everything; everything has its masculine and feminine principles; gender manifests on all planes.” – The Kybalion
Everything on the material, mental and spiritual plane contains the masculine and the feminine principle. Neither the masculine nor the feminine principle is capable of creating without the operative energy of the other. While the feminine principle tends to receive impressions, and generates thoughts, ideas and the full work of imagination upon these outer perceptions, it needs the masculine principle and its expressive tendency to generate and materialize original mental creations. Creation is only possible by a union of the two elements.

For the Hermetics it was not only essential to know and deeply understand these principles, but also to master, use and express them. Only then could some good come out of it for the possessor of the knowledge, and for the whole race. “True hermetic transmutation is a Mental Art”, speaks the Kybalion, “If the universe be mental, in its substantial nature, then it follows that Mental Transmutation must change the conditions and phenomena of the universe. If the universe is mental, then Mind must be the highest Power affecting its phenomena. “ The Hermetics knew that by raising their own vibration to a higher plane, and thus be able to rule on the lower one, they did not cheat, but play an important part of the game. They still served on the higher planes, fully aware that they could not destroy or avoid any principle.

“The half-wise, recognizing the comparative unreality of the universe, imagine that they may defy its laws. Such are vain and presumptuous fools. The truly wise, knowing the nature of the universe, use law against laws; the higher against the lower; and by the Art of Alchemy transmute that which is undesirable into that which is worthy, and thus triumph. Transmutation, not presumptuous denial, is the weapon of the master.” – The Kybalion

‘’kybalion nedir? yazarların başvurduğu böyle bir ana kaynak var mıdır? bu hiçbir zaman çözülemedi. kökeni eski mısır’a inen kadim ve ezoterik bir gizem öğretisi olan hermetizmin modern bir yorumu olarak tanımlayabileceğimiz bu eser bir yeraltı klasiği olarak ününü günümüze dek korumuştur ve halen birçok gelenekçi ezoterist ve okült öğrencisi tarafından bir ders kitabı olarak kabul görmekte ve önerilmektedir.’’

‘‘kybalion’un yasaları evrensel yasalardır, bunlara kozmik yasalar denilebilir. bu da kadim felsefenin konusudur.’‘

‘’öğrencinin kulakları işitmeye hazırsa, onları bilgelikle dolduracak ağız gelecektir.’’

‘‘çeşitli ırkların, ulusların felsefecileri ve insanları binlerce yıldır derinden etkilemiş olan temel ezoterik ve okült öğretiler eski mısırdan gelmiştir. pramitlerin ve sfenkslerin memleketi mısır, saklı bilgelik ve mistik öğretilerin doğum yeridir. bütün ulusların onun gizli öğretisini ödünç almıştır. medea, çin, japonya, asur, antik yunan, roma ve diğer antik ülkeler..’‘

‘’bazı musevi tradisyonlar ibrahim’in mistik bilgiyi hermes’ten aldığını ileri sürmektedir.’’ kadim mısır’ın ilk dönemlerinde yaşamış olan hermes trismegistus ( üç kere yüce hermes) üstatların üstadı olarak da bilinir. oküt irfanın babası, astrolojinin kurucusu, simyanın kaşifidir. hermes’i tanrı mertebesine yükselten mısırlılar ona thoth adını vererek tanrılarından biri yapmıştır. 

‘’yedi hakikat prensibi vardır;her kim ki bunu bilip anlar, sihirli dokunuşu tapınak kapıları’nı sonuna kadar açan büyülü anahtara sahiptir.’’

1-zihinsellik prensibi
2-tekabül prensibi
3-titreşim prensibi
4-kutupluluk prensibi
5-ritim prensibi
6-sebep sonuç prensibi
7-cinsiyet prensibi

‘’bütün, zihindir. evren zihinseldir.’’ 

‘‘yukarıdaki aşağıdaki gibidir, aşağıdaki yukarıdaki gibidir.’‘

‘’hiçbir şey durmaz, her şey hareket eder, her şey titreşir.’’

‘‘her şey ikilidir ( dual ); her şey iki kutba sahiptir, her şeyin kendi zıt çifti vardır; benzeyen ve benzemeyen aynıdır; zıtların doğası bir, dereceleri farklıdır; uçlar buluşurlar; bütün hakikatler yarın hakikatlerdir; bütün paradokslar uzlaştırılabilir.’‘

‘‘her şey akar, içe ve dışa; her şey dalgalanır; yükselir ve alçalır; her şeyde sarkacın salınımı vardır; sağa salınım, sola salınımla aynıdır; ritim kendini telafi eder.’‘

‘‘her sebebin bir sonucu, her sonucun bir sebebi vardır; her şey yasaya göre olur. değişim bilinmeyen yasadan başka bir şey değildir; bir çok nedensellik planı vardır, hiçbir şey bu yasadan azade değildir.’‘

‘’her şeyde cinsiyet vardır; her şeyin eril ve dişil prensipleri vardır, cinsiyet bütün planlar için geçerlidir.’’

Nota mental: mi explicación en palabras técnicas de los principios herméticos

1. El TODO es Mente; el universo es mental.

Existe un único conjunto que contiene a todas las demás cosas, y que a su vez no es subconjunto ni está contenido en nada. Este supraconjunto creó las demás cosas gracias a un proceso de meditación y el resto de los objetos están contenidos en la mente de este supraconjunto.

2. Como arriba es abajo; como abajo es arriba.

Todo proceso que ocurra en un contexto en una cierta escala n, puede replicarse a una escala n-1. Todo proceso que ocurra en un contexto en una cierta escala n-1, puede replicarse a una escala n.

3. Nada está inmóvil; todo se mueve; todo vibra.

Todo objeto está en constante movimiento o transformación. No existe el reposo absoluto.

4. Todo es doble; todo tiene dos polos; todo, su par de opuestos: los semejantes y los antagónicos son lo mismo; los opuestos son idénticos en naturaleza, pero diferentes en grado; los extremos se tocan; todas las verdades son semiverdades; todas las paradojas pueden reconciliarse.

Sea una escala cualitativa cualquiera, esta medirá una y solo una cosa. Sus extremos medirán exactamente la misma cosa, solo variará en cantidad. Por extensión, toda cualidad tendrá su opuesto, pero ambos son medidos bajo la misma escala.

5. Todo fluye y refluye; todo tiene sus periodos de avance y retroceso; todo asciende y desciende; todo se mueve como un péndulo; la medida de su movimiento a la derecha, es la misma que la de su movimiento hacia la izquierda; el ritmo es la compensación.

Sea una cualidad dada, podemos decir que a través del tiempo esta cualidad variará su cantidad de forma positiva o negativa de forma periódica. La cantidad en la cual varía hacia un extremo depende de la cantidad que varió hacia el otro extremo en el periodo anterior.

6. Toda causa tiene su efecto; todo efecto tiene su causa; todo sucede de acuerdo con la Ley; la suerte no es más que el nombre que se le da a una ley no conocida; hay muchos planos de casualidad, pero nada escapa a la Ley.

Para que ocurra un evento cualquiera, deben haber causas que lo acompañen, sin excepciones. El azar no existe.

7. La generación existe por doquier; todo tiene sus principios masculino y femenino; la generación se manifiesta en todos los planos.

Todo objeto posee una cualidad que podemos denominar “masculina”, “positiva” o “activa” y una cualidad opuesta que podemos denominar “femenina”, “negativa” o “pasiva”. Solo la unión de ambas cosas puede crear otros nuevos objetos.

~Do not make the mistake of supposing that the little world you see around you–the Earth,
which is a mere grain of dust in the Universe–is the Universe itself. There are millions upon
millions of such worlds, and greater. And there are millions of millions of such Universes in
existence within the Infinite Mind of THE ALL.~
The Kybalion