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Introduction to Egyptian Yoga and Neterian Spirituality workbook pp 69 – 91
1. What teaching(s) of the Neterian Creed to you believe in currently, are working on believing, find hard to believe? Why? I believe in all 4 teachings: the study of wisdom, devotion to God, acting with righteousness, and meditation; because it aligns me with Maat.
2. How should a spiritual aspirant think about the prospect of “becoming godlike” and their capacity to live a life of virtue and cultivation of the spirit through scientific knowledge, practice and bodily discipline and is this possible for everyone? If so, why so? If not why not? A spiritual aspirant should think about the prospect of “becoming godlike” as a way to bring into fruition the 4 teachings; if you think about “becoming godlike” then you will eventually attain it. A spiritual aspirant should think about their capacity to live a life of virtue and cultivation of the spirit through scientific knowledge, practice, and bodily discipline as a way of attaining enlightenment. Yes, it is possible for everyone. Some souls will have to reincarnate a multitude of times, but it is possible.
3. The lotus is a symbol of Shetaut Neter, meaning the turning towards the light of truth, peace and transcendental harmony.
4. What kind of text is Papyrus of Any? Mystical Philosophy.
5. The symbol of Neter is an Ankh? False
6. What is the meaning of the term “Neteru”? Gods and Goddesses.
7. Teaching from any of the Temples leads to an understanding of the others.
8. There are 3 main teachings in Shetaut Neter. False
9. Ra emerged from a primeval ocean and how human beings were created from his tears.
10. The gods and goddesses who are his thoughts, go to form the elements of nature and the cosmic forces that maintain nature.
11. In what period did the Temple of Amun become important? In the New Kingdom era.
12. The goddess as well as the female gender were respected and elevated as the male divinities in Kemetic religion? True
13. The tradition of Asar, Aset, and Heru was practiced generally throughout the land of ancient Kamit.
14. Teachings of the Aton Tradition are related to the Neter.