How is the true liberation achieved?

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Answers from the books of Samael Aun Weor

Answer from the book: “The Birth of Left-Handed Hummingbird”

There is a fight, the most terrible of all that exist in the world, that where one must face oneself, his fears, egoitism, passions, rages, etc.; only those who are capable of carrying it out, can achieve the liberation.

Answers from Master Samael Aun Weor.

What does slavery lie in? What is it which keeps us enslaved? Which are the obstacles? All this is what we need to discover.

Rich and poor, believers and nonbelievers, all are actual prisoners although they may consider themselves free.

As long as the consciousness, the essence, the most dignified and decent part within us, continues to be bottled in the oneself, in the myself, in the self, in my cravings and fears, in my desires and passions, my preoccupations and violence, in my psychological defects, we will remain imprisoned.

The sense of Freedom can only be wholly comprehended when we have annihilated the fetters of our very own psychological prison.
As long as the "self" exists, the consciousness will stay imprisoned; to escape from that prison is only possible through Buddhist annihilation, by dissolving the "I", by reducing it to ashes, to cosmic dust.

Samael Aun Weor – The Great Rebellion (Freedom)