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Forum Name: Level 1 Audio Discussion, Audio Discussion #2
Summary of student post: Saundra Murray had a realization that devotional worship is a 24 hour experience that is still experienced even when you leave the devotion room. A follow-up response agreeing with Saundra’s entry but added that not only was he aware of his higher consciousness instead of the ego throughout the day but he will be the “awareness” itself. Both comments were illuminating and show that the students were expressing a good understanding of the philosophy to properly practice the teachings.
Summary of teacher post: Sebai Maa emphasized that both of the responses were positive and their actions will generate positive aryu. When one has freedom from the distractions of life one can begin to spend time purifying the heart by practicing the Shedy Disciplines – Uashu (Devotion), Rech (Wisdom), Khak ab (Dispassion), Maat (ethical purity).
My impressions: The realization that the students shared were: 1) by practicing the Shedy Disciplines they have a higher realization of the teachings that is leading them to knowing themselves. They are monitoring their behavior throughout the day. This implies that they are having a shift of consciousness becoming more “aware” and becoming “the awareness” itself. And as Sebai Maa stated by speaking of becoming the “awareness itself” takes the understanding of the philosophy to a more subtle aspect of the teachings. The student is speaking about the Amun Witnessing Consciousness that is not impacted by anything happening in the external (time and space) world.
HTP (Peace and Blessings),