“Salvation is the freeing of the soul from its bodily fetters; becoming a God through knowledge and wisdom; controlling the forces of the cosmos instead of being a slave to them; subduing the lower nature and through awakening the higher self, ending the cycle of rebirth and dwelling with the Neters who direct and control the Great Plan.”
These brief questions and answers hold profound insights. Firstly, the journey and the mission is a very apt way to look at the teaching at this level of study; in many traditions such as orthodox western religions it is all a mission, a destination, a reward for faith. In Shetaut Neter, from the perspective of a religious process, it is both an act of life (Maat) and a result (Nehast). And viewing the process in this way will be beneficial in facilitating the assimilation of the teaching and the practice of it with a balanced heart unburdened by pressure to achieve some far off goal but also offering the ability to apply the necessary and desirable intensity of spiritual practice now in the present.
Becoming “godlike” is in the DNA but in the DNA of the soul for the body’s DNA has its own evolutionary process and purpose. The spiritual DNA is composed of conscious awareness or Akh so the individual soul (Ba) is actually composed of Akh (Spirit) and no matter how much the soul may come to believe it is individual the Akh always remains there and will be accessed when the externalized, ignorant and atrophied mind is corrected and redirected towards what is true as opposed to the falsehood of egoistic (Seitan) life. This is what this program of initiatic study was created for and what is dedicated to promoting.