How to Be a Friend of the Devil Within

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How to Be a Friend of the Devil Within
 

Authored by Paul C Burr PhD

If you listen, relationships tell you everything that is ‘incomplete’ within you.

Your actions, thoughts and deeds (what you put out to the universe) return to you amplified, be they of love or not-love. For example, if you project fear, you will attract things to be fearful of. If you project compliance, you will attract things which require your compliance. Neither fear nor compliance are love. These negative emotions inform you of something that is incomplete within you, i.e. something that is not your true nature.

To unearth these oft-hidden incompletions, in the world of light and shadows within, you ‘dig’ (The ancients used the word ‘dig’ synonymously with ‘think’.) below the horizon (sunset) of your consciousness.

The ancient Egyptians deified the god, Set, to help you ‘dig’. Set etymologically became Satan (and the Roman god, Saturn, the most distant planet, visible to the naked eye, from the Sun), demonised as the harbinger of evil (de – evil,), the devil. We even name a day of the week after him, ‘Satur(ns)day’.

Set was charged by Ra (the sun god) to repel the serpent, Apepe (ego), an allegory of darkness and chaos. The darkness and chaos caused by the negative karma, invoked by incompleteness.

Set can thus be treated as a demon or as a harbinger of wisdom; either a devil who entraps you in his evil ways or an all(egor)y who presents you with a reflection, in the outer world, of the chaos and darkness that still lurks in your inner world – you choose.If you listen, relationships tell you everything that is ‘incomplete’ within you.

Your actions, thoughts and deeds (what you put out to the universe) return to you amplified, be they of love or not-love. For example, if you project fear, you will attract things to be fearful of. If you project compliance, you will attract things which require your compliance. Neither fear nor compliance are love. These negative emotions inform you of something that is incomplete within you, i.e. something that is not your true nature.

To unearth these oft-hidden incompletions, in the world of light and shadows within, you ‘dig’ (The ancients used the word ‘dig’ synonymously with ‘think’.) below the horizon (sunset) of your consciousness.

The ancient Egyptians deified the god, Set, to help you ‘dig’. Set etymologically became Satan (and the Roman god, Saturn, the most distant planet, visible to the naked eye, from the Sun), demonised as the harbinger of evil (de – evil,), the devil. We even name a day of the week after him, ‘Satur(ns)day’.

Set was charged by Ra (the sun god) to repel the serpent, Apepe (ego), an allegory of darkness and chaos. The darkness and chaos caused by the negative karma, invoked by incompleteness.

Set can thus be treated as a demon or as a harbinger of wisdom; either a devil who entraps you in his evil ways or an all(egor)y who presents you with a reflection, in the outer world, of the chaos and darkness that still lurks in your inner world – you choose.

It matters not whether you treat Set reverently or not, Set won’t begone; he will still reveal the chaos and darkness in your inner world. Yet…

When you figure out a way to release all incompletions (forms of not-love), all that remains is love.

It matters not whether you treat Set reverently or not, Set won’t begone; he will still reveal the chaos and darkness in your inner world. Yet…

When you figure out a way to release all incompletions (forms of not-love), all that remains is love.




Publication Date:
2015-03-12
ISBN/EAN13:
1508816603 / 9781508816607
Page Count:
60
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5" x 8"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Religion / Mysticism




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