What is the path to enter Nirvana?
Answer from the V.M. Samael Aun Weor.
Nirvana is beyond love, and that which is beyond love is “absolute happiness”.
Nirvana lies beyond Desire, beyond the Mind, beyond will, beyond Intelligence and much beyond Conscience.
Nirvana is the “Being’s country”.
How can we define it? There the soul is totally fused with the Inner-Being, it feels omnipotent and powerful within a happiness that knows no limits.
There, the drop has united within the ocean, and the ocean within the drop. There, the most ineffable melodies entrance us in a state of beatitude which transcends all comprehension.
Nirvana is forgetfulness of the world and man forever. The Gods and other Manhanvantaras live there, in an indescribable state of Happiness. There, every tear has disappeared, and only the happiness of the “Being” reigns.
Samael Aun Weor. Zodiacal Course.
Answer from the Magazine "The Wisdom of the Being".
Pisces is ruled by Neptune and Jupiter, it is wonderful to understand that the influence of Neptune in high magic and of Jupiter, as the presence of the Being, leads us to transcendental mysticism.
And, how is it that we can live or embody these aspects of Nirvana? Learning to be in constant presence with the Being, at every moment, the key to SOL (Subject, object, location) is fundamental as a practice to stop being identified. with the ego and the world and thus live in this world from the Being. So, if we are going to work, to play sports, to live our normal day, it will be convenient, to do it from the Being.
The Zen philosophy says: "If you are going to eat, eat", "If you are going to walk, walk", that is, be aware and not act from the self, from the ego.
To get closer to our Being we can use the mantra: Om Mani Padme Jum, it is esoterically pronounced like this: Om Masi Padme Yom, lengthening the sound of each letter and in a syllable form.
The meaning of this mantram is "Oh my God in me." You can vocalize in deep meditation, worshiping the intimate. The intimate is in essence the soul of our Father, embodied in us, our divine individuality in which we occupy ourselves to absorb ourselves to enter that infinite and indescribable happiness of Nirvana, where there are no longer sorrows, no tears or pain.
The Wisdom of Being Magazine 89, Chapter: "Pisces".