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What aspect of the Divine Mother helps us in our interior work?

Answer from the V.M. Samael Aun Weor.

A defect which has been observed must be analyzed and wholly comprehended, before proceeding to its elimination.

We need a power superior to the mind, a power capable of atomically disintegrating any defect-"I" which we have previously discovered and profoundly judged.

Fortunately, such power is deeply underlying beyond the body, affections and the mind, although it has its concrete exponents in the bone of the coccygeal centre, as we have already explained in previous paragraphs of this chapter.

After having wholly comprehended any defect-"I", we must submerge ourselves in profound meditation, begging, praying, asking our own individual particular Divine Mother to disintegrate the previously comprehended defect-"I".

This is the precise technique required for the elimination of the undesirable elements which we carry within.

The Divine Mother Kundalini has power to reduce to ashes any subjective, inhuman psychic aggregate.

Without this didactic, without this procedure, every effort for the dissolution of the Ego is fruitless, useless, absurd.

Samael Aun Weor. Excerpt of the book: The Great Rebellion.

Answer from the Magazine "The Wisdom of the Being".

2nd. Aspect.

Then comes this second aspect, that of the Manifested Mother: Isis, Adonia, Insoberta, Rhea, Cybele, Diana, María... no matter what name we give her, she is closer to us. It is Wisdom, love and power.

Through it, prana, electricity, magnetism, cohesion and gravitation have manifested in this universe. Ancient wisdom teaches that Tonantzin, Devi-Kundalini is our Divine Particular Cosmic Mother, each one has their own and can adopt any form because she originates all forms.

The Manifested Mother can reduce any undesirable psychic element to cosmic dust, provided she has previously understood it. All the ancient people worshiped her.

The Wisdom of Being Magazine 97, Chapter: "The Queen Mother of Chess."