Know Thyself: Jnana Yoga - Part 2


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'«Know thyself»! All science and all wisdom lies in knowing oneself, in finding oneself, in the fusion of one's lower self with one's higher self. The symbol of the initiate who has succeeded in finding himself is the serpent with its tail in its mouth. A serpent forms a straight or wavy line, and a line is limited. But the serpent with its tail in its mouth forms a cirde and a cirde represents the infinite, the limitless, the eternal. He who succeeds in becoming a circle enters a world without limitations where the 'above' and the 'below' are no longer separated, because all the powers and all the riches and virtues of the true, higher self have been infused into the lower self. The higher and the lower become one and man becomes a divinity.'

1 - Beauty
2 - Spiritual Work
3 - The Power of Thought
4 - Knowledge: Heart and Mind
5 - The Causal Plane
6 - Concentration, Meditation, Contemplation and Identification
7 - Prayer
8 - Love
9 - The Will
10 - Art and Music
11 - Physical Gestures
12 - Respiration.




  • The Second Birth
  • Spiritual Alchemy
  • Life Force
  • Harmony
  • The Key to the Problems of Existence
  • Cosmic Moral Law
  • Hrani Yoga - The alchemical and magical meaning of nutrition
  • Know Thyself:  Jnana Yoga - Part 1
  • Life and Work in an Initiatic School (1)
  • The Fruits of the Tree of Life - The Cabbalistic Tradition

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