Level 1 Lesson 6: Audio Recording Great Truths of Shetaut Neter.
1-What are the main teachings brought out in the audio lecture recording? Explain in your own words
The 4 Great Truths of Shetaut Neter. The supreme being Neberdjer is one and alone and manifesting everywhere and in all things as the Neteru. This first truth tells us that Shetaut Neter is a monotheism albeit a more advanced concept than Orthodox Religion. Lack of righteousness towards the Divine causes fetters to the personality and these fetters cause ignorance of the Divine. This second truth gives us the reason for our ignorance when concerning the Divine and our ignorance about the world we live in as well. Devotion to the Divine leads to freedom from the fetters of Set. This third truth describes for us the pathway to get out of the ignorance. It gives us the ultimate guide on how to set ourselves free. Practice of the Shedy disciplines leads one to the desired goal of the teachings, to know oneself and the Divine which we call Maakheru. For me the 4 Great Truths symbolize the ultimate scientific formula for success that is broken down through the wisdom teachings / myths in various ways depending on which Divinity is being worshiped.
2-Are you currently implementing the teaching given in the book and the lecture? If so which one(s)?
I am currently practicing the morning and noon time devotional exercises. I am trying to get a steady course of action for taking care of my responsibilities in the evening due to my daughter and getting home from work later than I’m used to so that I can finish the day off with the evening worship. I try and keep my mind flowing towards the divine either through wisdom reflections on the teachings, chants, or by observation of my surroundings trying to find some wisdom in that as much as possible with out any undue force.
3-If not then how will you implement the teachings you are not currently practicing, in your life and spiritual practice?
I believe the more I practice and devote myself to the Divine my evening practices will fall into place and other things will loose the importance that I’m used to giving it.