“The heart of the hypocrite is hid in his breast; he masks his words in the semblance of truth, while the business of his life is only to deceive.”
A good job in listing the topics.
Indeed, one of the remarkable things in the practice of Shetaut Neter lifestyle is its wholistic nature. Many followers of religions, especially but not exclusively, the faith-based religions, have a way of excusing aspects of life so in those systems one can go to church but then be unrighteous in other areas of life like in business.
In Shetaut Neter the same ethics apply in the temple as in the workplace as at home.
In this way of non-integral spirituality, as practiced in systems of religion that are unholistic or do not practice all three stages of religion, the chance of self-delusion and self-defeating, self-serving (to satisfy one’s own desires as opposed to serving truth), or even hypocritical spiritual practice of acting virtuous sometimes and not at others is more likely.
Shetaut Neter (Egyptian Mysteries) and Sema Tawi (Egyptian Yoga) will tend to promote (depending on the quality of the instruction and the intensity of the student in their spiritual practice) positive and dynamic spiritual evolution instead of mediocre spiritual movement, 1 step forward and 2 backward, etc. Shetaut Neter applies a concept referred to as “integral” because it integrates all aspects of the personality.
A very important point to be understood.