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A very good and concise post with key wisdom reflections.
Firstly ABOUT THE STATEMENT:
“Possessing the two eyes of Heru and Ra, moon and sky, time and space, transcendental insight, relative/absolute, physical/non-physical”
The symbolism about the eyes of Heru and Ra is that they represent the sun and moon.
ON THE CONCEPT OF NETER NETERTY (DUAL CONSCIOUSNESS) AND THE IDEAL OF A SPIRITUAL SHEDY PROCESS:
Indeed, the ideal of maintaining in mind the objective of controlling thoughts and modulating responses and seeing a deeper nature to the worldly reality are definitely laudable goals and objectives. If this concept is taken as a meditative discipline in the Temple of Aset context of LISTENING, REFLECTING, and MEDITATING, then it is important to also keep in mind that wisdom that is kept at the top of mind actually does not change life or behavior in itself. Why, because the top of mind, the conscious mind, is only the “tip of the iceberg” of mind. There is a mountainous storehouse of forceful aryu that may be currently and shortly impelling and compelling the personality to actions for good or bad. Therefore, the discipline is to practice the remembrance and also work to allow the remembrance and actions and feelings related to it to become firmly inculcated in the mind until it becomes automatic-no longer necessary to do the remembrance discipline of wisdom yoga – since the teaching has replaced the negative aryu and will be triggered automatically when worldly circumstances evoke a response.
Further, in this context, the Hekau “Neter Neterty”, if repeated, having been initiated into the teaching of the TTOA and having understood and agreed and adopted it, then that brief phrase will have the power of the whole TTOA course! To transform the personality.