Reply To: Teachings of Temple of Aset Lesson 1 Discussion Forum #2

Bastu Baket

Reply to Sunnu Nefer Ka Ra Post #9412


Welcome to the Temple of Aset KMTU course! Your sharing of how Goddess Aset had touched you on your recent pilgrimage to Kemet was very Nefer and by entering this course she will guide you to delve even further into understanding her even more.

Dua for your comprehensive post. Your understanding of the Asarian Myth and its implications are well established as you are applying them to the personality as you indicated in your takeaways (maut.) “That our wisdom and intuitional faculty (Aset) should be developed to such a degree that we are able to be every mindful and aware of the thoughts and acts of the ego aspects of the personality (Set) and not allowing them to rule over the personality…” Indeed this excerpt indicates your understanding of how Aset (intuitional wisdom, spiritual preceptor to Heru) allows the capacity to overcome egoism. You also mention Heru being the rightful heir and Sebai Maa gave us further insights into why Heru is the rightful heir previously.

I also appreciated your statement “Aset is the nexus for healing and victory” A definition from -Nexus – A nexus is a central link or connection. If you happen to be at the nexus of something, you are right in the middle of it, like standing in the middle of an intersection. Nexus entered English during the 17th century from the Latin word nectere, meaning “to bind or tie.” In further lessons you will learn a term “tjez” which also means to bind or tie in the context of what Aset does.

Further reflection would be your statement “we must bring the personality into harmony and at the time of the death of the physical body merge into divine essence of all (Asar.) Indeed bringing the personality into harmony and merging with the Divine is something to be done during this lifetime.

Looking forward to your insights in your continued lessons.

Bastu Baket