Teaching 1: Beyond the Man
Teaching 2: Inner Life
Teaching 3: Right Discernment
Teaching 4: Mental Task
Teaching 5: The Future Man
Teaching 6: Liberation
Teaching 7: Free Will
Teaching 8: Spiritual Life
Teaching 9: Act of Presence
Teaching 10: To Believe and Beliefs
Teaching 11: Physical Health
Teaching 12: A Way of Praying
Teaching 13: Affirmative Negation
Teaching 14: Psychical Attitude
Teaching 15: Self-centeredness of the Soul
Teaching 16: Vocational Concept

Teaching 1: Beyond the Man

Man is not an automaton merely handled by chemical actions and reactions of his physiological state.
Behind visible and invisible forms of his cells, molecules and tissues, there are heat, magnetism, emotions, ideas and, above all, a spiritual and true being.
The human physical and soul body is not all in man; a moving and life-giving force, his source and support, is a vast field still entirely unknown. The science has painstakingly tried to attain it, with certain results.
Hypnotism, suggestion, magnetism, psychoanalysis and somato-therapy are the result of efforts made by scientists attempting further knowledge.
And this quest of the spiritual part in the individual being is as strenuous as wise and sensible men verify that the man goes on to suffer despite biological and microbial breakthroughs, progress in medicine and surgery, and asepsis and antibiotics.
Man is composed of physical body, soul body and spiritual body. The emotional and understanding soul is a mere vehicle of the Spirit, and the man cannot find his true happiness as he does not authenticate this fundamental truth.
Each man contains one spark of the Eternal Divinity, like the Sun reflected on each drop of dew.
The Spirit is God’s glow in man.
In his essence, man is a Spiritual Entity predestined to immortality by its higher nature, but since this Spiritual Entity works on several manifestation planes –both soul plane and material plane– he is in possession and determined by a free will.
A man may be good or bad and, if he wants, can make efforts or stop. In short, he is self-contained.
These inherent active qualities corroborated by the Spiritual Entity are the human soul that is visible and noticeable through the aspect and outer works of men.
The spirit is ever what it is, while soul may be pure or impure.
Man has been determined to become a perfect image of the Divine but his soul is continuously out of tune and stained by his contradictory senses that are his means to develop.
Here are means of the soul for its own purification and perfection: the gift of its strenuous will and the gift of the Divine Grace.
An individual thinks and feels, and discerns between one thought and the other, and between one emotion and the other by using his gift of the strenuous will. And by means of the gift of the Divine Grace and Higher Assistance, he knows the Spirit’s light and his positive past experiences, and is guided by those who have traveled through the Good Way of Salvation.

Teaching 2: Inner Life

It is indispensable for man to recognize himself deeply and intimately in order to realize the Spirit’s life in his own soul.
A Bishop called Silesius says, “Your soul shall go astray although Christ is born one thousand times in Bethlehem but not in you. In vain you are in quest of the Golgotha’s Cross if and when this Cross is not erected in yourself”.
The Eternity’s germ is in the soul –in the Innermost depths of Being. The more distant is the soul from the outer turmoil, the more clarified its true thoughts and feelings are in it.
The world runs at high speed toward the summit of the Intellectual Divinity, but what shall this world find on this summit as soon as it possesses all and is unable to comprise anything?
It is indispensable for some few men not get carried away by the huge whirlpool of human progress and remain such as they are by developing their spiritual living, because men –as thinking machines– cannot go on without the light of the spiritual life.
There are many spiritual movements in the world but very few people realize them. Every speech, book and practices are vain and tiresome for him who does not practice the spiritual life on his own, and this is impossible if the individual being is not intimately self-absorbed and remains deprived of the living experience of the teachings received.
Intimately, the man finds himself again, thinks intuits, loves and looks again for God alone. Moreover, the man discovers this absolute, unique truth: that this Unknown God –so much looked for and so little known and so living and abstract at the same time– is palpitating and alert therein, in the secret of his soul. God is exactly therein, and Man finds exactly therein those divine words between Humanity and the Divine.
These concepts are hard to understand despite their simplicity because present generation is educated for intensive action, continuous movement and practical and immediate results.
But, certainly, some few escape from this current and learn how valuable is to stop and see within, even just for a moment inside them.
Self-discovery means to find the Good Way of the Inner Life.

Teaching 3: Right Discernment

As one says we are bound to detach from the world in order to live or to start the spiritual life apparently we are establishing a barrier between a way of living and other, but in fact it is not so: we are building new cages instead of breaking barriers.
Detachment from the world, change of life and retreat in solitude are indicative expressions that the mind shall see life from other viewpoint, from a higher viewpoint.
One can stay in the wilderness but without inner peace, and in a boisterous city but in perfect solitude.
The secret of this new life consists in thinking differently. For instance, you can be in front of a luminous poster not noticing that the luminous advertisement is there because you are not interested in it.
Also a division of men into diverse types founded on the spiritual life is merely didactic.
A perfect individual being is all: feeling, analysis and understanding. But those who still did not attain perfection tend to an aspect of the mental life in detriment of the other.
To say that each one should be in tune with his peculiar characteristic does not exclude the existence of other qualities in him; the only purpose is to impede the adaptation of all to the temperament of him who leads or outstands, such as most times happens in groups.
Certain disciples cannot meditate or concentrate particularly on anything; so, these souls need to should relax and entirely empty their minds. This mental rest is meditation.
Other people cannot relax their minds this way and need to think of something. These thoughts are their meditation.
Each soul has its characteristic mould and only can realize God in this mould.
The spiritual work consists in polishing –not changing– this mould.
The spiritual life consists in beautifying our life, emphasizing our values, strengthening our tendencies and leading our wasted energies to the opposite side –toward the good way.

Teaching 4: Mental Task

It is good for man to give rise to luminous thoughts and illuminate his way.
A thought initially emitted for selfish purposes shall yield fruits of the Dead Sea, with pretty appearance but ashy taste, however man works and tries to beautify and dignify externally his thought.
That is why certain works succeed and other works fail.
As one starts a work, the first thought has to be of unselfish love, universal fraternity and personal renunciation; our work shall succeed and yield fruits in abundance despite obstacles against our labor and even despite our defective action.
The thought is ever the leader and the work is the goal.
Doubtless, an arrow will hit the exact point when one throws it properly. Once you threw it, who can stop it?
Neither his confession of past faults nor his openly transformed pious life nor a jump from one shore to another nor from one way of living to another is the first reformation of man.
His reformation begins as soon as he emits a loving thought and subsequently other thought until he forms the habit of thinking well.
Clear though waves nobly emitted shall wash away gradually magnetic waves of those thoughts badly emitted.
This is the only valuable reformation that is called “living in heaven”.
As man thinks rightly, he acquires such a magnetic force that he wins and overcomes in all.
The star of human destiny does not change but its shine depends upon his thoughts.
Truly wicked men are those with wicked thoughts.
Wrong actions entail their punishment and a man acting wrong unduly pays for his fault.
Truly wicked men are those who do not dare to do evil and constantly cherish bad wishes behind a mask of honesty and kindness.
They show a special, characteristic seal on their foreheads, which differentiates them from others.
How many times we are told, “I do not know why but I dislike this person!”
Those who think deviously are more and more tied to a fate of darkness and ignorance, while men of right thinking forcefully get rid from their own freedom and conquer the right of human happiness through their free will.
Good thoughts become a habit that is power; and the latter is effective and steady happiness.
His continuous desire of possession makes man think deviously and this is why being closed in a circle of narrow and mean ideas, he remains trapped like in a prison.
Inadvertently, he loses totally what he wants to attain because he tries to get an infinitesimal portion of what he desires.
He discovers the secret of the true possession only when he thinks well because he who gives all his possessions possesses all: friends, bread, means and necessary comfort.
To think well is to stay on the Good Path.

Teaching 5: The Future Man

Man knows himself only by parts. One can state this is a time of specialties. So, we have lost the sight of the whole, of the integral man.
Body and mind of man are not a totality. This totality is body and mind animated by the spirit.
The future man has to be a harmonious type with healthy body, active mind and self-centered spirit.
He shall be a true individuality.
He shall substitute his sportive development of the skeleton and muscles for another effort of mental concentration by releasing bodily energy repressed and enslaved by a thoughtless materialism.
A new moral based on the joie du vivre shall grant to man his right of pleasure, which generates –and does not destroy– energies.
So, selfishness shall be substituted for the sense of egoentia and usually the man shall get used to be the builder of his happiness by learning that the true treasure is to give and not to expect a reward.
If man is an image of God, Who is full happiness and bliss, also his right and duty is to reach this happiness.
So it is necessary for the mind to get used to reflect by itself and not exploit thoughts and sayings of others.
An unexplored part of our cerebral matter expects new radioactive grooves engraved on it granting not only the sense of reason and instinct but also the power of intuition. Dr. Tilney says man uses a mere quarter of his store of 14,000 millions of brain cells.
This shall develop a clearer memory and self-assurance as to his success by granting the bliss of knowledge.
Man should stop being a beggar knocking for bread on every door because he is bound to become both bread of life and owner of the Good Way.

Teaching 6: Liberation

Men are enraptured when a new prophet appears and teaches about liberation and new horizons of life.
How sweet are these words in their ears!
This means to break with ancient rites, old traditions and time-honored customs; in short, to break chains of bondage and to go out of the cage that keeps them in prison!
A “new life” begins with the bugle call, but how deceitful is human life!
Shortly after, this man has to confess that ancient rites have been substituted for other rites (if he has common sense), like a lady that renounced to her own cross saying it was a sign of superstition, and soon after displayed a little amulet of gold against bad luck. These “liberated” people and their happy habits replace old traditions, and cannot do without a cocktail, a cigarette, or a coffee time.
Time-honored customs have been trodden on in order to follow other new customs.
These people went out of one cage and are confined in another. They are merely jumping from one point to another: that of pairs of opposite passions in life.
It is marvelous to speak about liberation as the end of the spiritual path, but liberation is not a gift of the word, but a gift of the soul.
One can achieve the liberation by controlling mind, energies and vital forces.
The man is tied by inner bonds and not by the outer way of living.
A soul can be free and fly through vast spaces without impediments and barriers by observing outside, externally, a disciplined, ordered and self-denying life.
What benefit have brought to Humanity too much liberal ideas and the so-called “modern” ones.
Did they remove sorrow, misery and war?
“But seek you first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you”, said Christ.
So, do not seek freedom in the outer aspect of living but seek the liberation of your soul, the inner liberation, and a better way of outer life will emerge then to you: these things “shall be added unto you”.
Watch strictly by checking continuously your thoughts, feelings and impulses, and your spirit can be revealed in an open, sovereign and liberal way.

Teaching 7: Free Will

Actions and human activities are always the result of feeling and of one or of one or several inner thoughts, and of one o several past actions that at a time contain a seed of subsequent actions.
In the universe and in the world, everything is the result of one cause. Apparently in this sense the man is subject to an absolute destiny, since original causes give the subsequent result of the entire life.
This is true from the viewpoint of the cosmic activity that is the beginning of the sum total of causes and effects.
God plans the universe, and the latter develops according to His divine ideation. But these located causes keep the integrity of their origin and act freely on prevailing conditions at their determined part of the universe.
In its magnetic field of action, the determining and cosmic idea acts in accordance with its own free will.
Likewise in men; they are divinely determined: they will be men. But in the magnetic human field they shall possess freedom of action. However, even in their human field, they respond to a racial determinism because of causes and effects that can be defined as heritage.
Man as such is free because of his inner idiosyncrasy, and able to think and feel. Man determines his personal actions on his own, and so establishes his future destiny. In man, consciousness is a reflection of his divine, eternal and immutable destiny
In man, will is a reflection of his freedom and a possibility of conquest.
In no way an individual shall surrender to fatality but must follow the Good Way with constant efforts of his Free Will.

Teaching 8: Spiritual Life

Today the expression “Spiritual Life” is quite often used by many souls interested in transcendental maters. But this expression can be interpreted differently and give way to various surmises.
“I am in quest of the Spiritual Life”, “I follow the Spiritual Life” are common sentences suggesting other question: “In fact, what is Spiritual Life?”
We could say the Spiritual Life is the opposite of mere physical and material life. People do not desire to be confined in mere natural reactions but this involves sometimes quite intermittent efforts to rise over vulgarity and needs of the sensory life. It is an effort that could be called spiritual but in no way is Spiritual Life.
Also we are usually told that the Spiritual Life is practiced by those who avoid acting vulgarly or ordinarily, love and feel arts, investigate and study unknown powers of the universe and science in general, are practically devoted to religion, and try to contact supernatural things. Also this is not to follow the Spiritual Life. It is a sentence too much grand and lofty to become so general.
As a concept, Spiritual Life is only and exclusively applied to those who live a supernatural life and have made of it their most important aspirations. To follow the Spiritual Life is to experiment and live known truths in a methodical, continuous, speculative and mystical way.
Only he who knows and practices the Spiritual Life can deserve the title that Spiritual Life grants.
Spiritual Life is privilege of those who follow the Good Way.

Teaching 9: Act of Presence

As they begin the spiritual path, many people have great desires and yearnings. They would wish to change the world, go out and preach by the streets and do something helpful to Humanity. These beings would wish to do something indeed.
But, what can a man give when he has nothing within?
A man without happiness cannot give happiness; even he cannot be a constructive factor if he does not possess constructive elements.
This does not mean that we should do nothing but simply that we should do nothing extraordinary particularly in the beginning of the Spiritual Path.
From the beginning, the soul has to work for the sake all souls but in an entirely special way.
A Son should especially try his own stability on the path through his presence and, above all, through his inner act of presence.
The soul is there present and expecting the divine call. His life is entirely different, a door is open to give way to the light; a connection has been established between the soul and the hereafter.
Wherever he is, at any moment of the day, at any circumstance, he becomes there a divine envoy through his own presence.
The highest mission trusted to the Sons from the beginning of their spiritual life is not only inner radiation and purifying assistance but also beneficial expansion outwardly.
One thing is important: mind and heart must be ever alert.
The soul thinks, “I am here, at this school or office, where all are focusing their material matters and personal progress. Also I do what they do, but while my mind goes up, I think about the Divinity and the Divine Mother, and invite her to illuminate these souls; I think of Her here, where nobody thinks about things of the Spirit, and I love these souls, and I wish good, light and happiness to them”.
At home, in the street and when we are asleep, our soul is ever there, trying to illuminate everything and everybody, with the divine flame that our soul keeps burning.

Teaching 10: To Believe and Beliefs

One cannot start the Good Way with no faith or belief.
To believe means not to stick to certain beliefs.
All religions possess beliefs, and one religion sustains what other religion rejects.
In fact, it is ever good to believe in one supernatural and unknown thing or in another because prepares you to faith but it is not the essence of faith.
To believe is something else.
To believe is a peculiarly intimate attitude of the soul without which any attempt of supernatural kind is impossible.
To believe means to open one’s being to what we still do not know. It is an inclination to accept what is irrational.
One says it is irrational everything that our mind could not prove by its own means, since our mind cannot contain universal material knowledge as a whole at its disposal, and if it had, our mind could not use it entirely.
To believe means a sure inclination of the soul that is ready to accept, confess its own limitation and face the unknown.
To believe means to feel the truth of what one still ignores but is in the soul manifested but unknown.
In short, to believe is to possess the root of the faith that is supernatural self-certainty.
Beliefs hold this or that; they recognize supernatural facts unknown, and affirm, preach and unveil them for the followers to know; and they dictate dogmas and doctrines in which faith is penetrating by them into the higher spiritual field.
But true faith as a whole means light of the soul, certainty about impossible things that can be possible, flight above reason in order to be established on intuition: this divine gift of our mind establishes our direct contact with the Spirit and opens the field to infinite possibilities.
True faith is so much light and gives such self-assurance that through it our soul can exclaim before wonders and quite marvelous revelations: “I do not need to see what now I know through faith”.
In Christ’s words, only those who believe and do not see, possess faith, because they are beforehand sure about the truth of their belief.

Teaching 11: Physical Health

During his lifetime, man suffers of different physical ills, worsened by mind complexes of any kind, with repercussion on his psyche and nerves.
To keep our physical health is indispensable requirement to start the spiritual path, and we are healthy not only through remedies, prevention and hygiene but also through several human values in tune with the spirit.
In fact, a soul pure and right is source of all mental and physical good, and when our soul is impure, all spontaneity fades away and we spoil the physical functions.
Our soul has to strive continuously for recovering its original and natural purity, which is source of true wellbeing. Different mental aspects must act always together in harmony, without excessive or prevailing pressure of physical or psychical values, as it occurs more than often.
A proper and moderated practice of sports helps arrange and discipline our instincts and desires; a methodical study of science gives flexibility to our reason and order to our nervous centers, and prayer is the light of the spirit, which can synchronize these diverse intrinsic and extrinsic values both supernatural and natural.
Body and soul must be healthy as an indispensable requirement during the Good Way.

Teaching 12: A Way of Praying

The habit of prayer is extremely difficult when usually our soul is troubled and our mind upset.
So, sometimes we feel that this exercise is in conflict with our attitudes and that we never will practice it properly, and this produces great disappointment and despondency. Even the soul deems itself unworthy of the spiritual path when cannot practice the exercise of prayer.
This is totally wrong.
Our soul is made for elevation, sublimation and spiritualization, but necessarily its elevation needs a support, a spontaneous way out.
Above all, to pray means to think, imagine and fantasize.
We should not force ourselves for something exactly determined that we find difficult, but simply we have to get used to think about it most times we can during the day.
Think about general images, for instance: about the infinite light emanating from the Divine Mother, or about an ocean of blood flowing from Her heart. Imagine a boundless blue sky, or vast snowy mountains. Feel all this covered by a divine light, or imagine the Mother’s blood like a great ocean where She fades away.
If your soul finds these abstract images impossible, think about something more clearly defined. Think about the Divine Mother, not as an abstract and absent being, but as a living and loving woman at your side. Adorn her with beauty and perfection of any kind, which you would wish for your beloved. Or imagine Christ, like a liberating Messiah, the one that will come to liberate your soul from chains of bondage. Think about Christ’s physical beauty, moral gifts and spiritual force.
Even you can afford fantasy of any sort about these images, and not only during the time fixed for your meditation, but also all day long.
Once your soul gets used to think about something related to prayer, you will intensely desire to think about your love and about your likes and wishes, and to talk to those images that you have forged, by requesting their assistance, trusting them your secrets, and giving ear to their responses. You should not get tired of looking and calling because the Divine Mother will meet your desires and yearnings.
Even if you are unable to think about these images at least now and then, this should neither discourage you nor make you believe that you ignore how to pray.
Whatsoever thought arises in your imagination –even the most varied and material– becomes a prayer if your soul looks at it, analyses it and really appraises it.
If even this is impossible, do not believe that you do not pray.
Right intention and inner fidelity are also prayer –they keep you on the Good Way.

Teaching 13: Affirmative Negation

He who wishes to take the spiritual life will not achieve it if his mind does not change attitudes before knowledge of life and before his relation with the rest of individuals and their beliefs.
Usually, our mind sustains some few things known, already determined, experimented and proved, and feels quite proud and content with such supremacy.
Our mind merely affirms in the magnetic field of its knowledge, while systematically negates all that is outside this field.
So, our mind solves any metaphysical problem by faithfully using some few unknown postulates of its creed, calls these postulates “truth”, negates all postulates of other creeds a priori and even discards their partial consideration.
If one faith negates another faith without any cause, this is merely because of bad intention; only right intention leads to knowledge of the truth.
Our mind can penetrate into the secret of a thing unknown only by assuming an attitude of affirmative negation.
No negation is possible, since true knowledge adds to an imperfect knowledge what is indispensable to complete it.
Our mental attitude of affirmative negation is a state of expectation and good will to know what we do not know. Moreover, he who does not negate a knowledge because he does not know it, even now is affirming it potentially, and remains mentally in tune with extant possibilities to grasp and know it.
An affirmative negation contains potential knowledge of the universe.

Teaching 14: Psychical Attitude

Many noble beings are working in the world for the sake of Humanity. They are soldiers of God entering the field of battle; they neither rest nor stop fighting until the final victory.
They assist the needy, humiliate the powerful, lift up social classes, grant new scientific inventions and prepare eras of progress.
Other noble beings also take part in the same task, and do not fight, but share human sufferings and sorrows, by assisting and illuminating Humanity, and by participating.
Sons have to adopt this psychical attitude. They have to descend to the field of sorrow, and take part in it with their purest spirit: companionship. Above all, they have to kill indifference, which is the greatest sin, and to feel intimately the burden of the world that suffers.
Those noble souls that today understand this great truth stop writing books, stop preaching a doctrine or stop founding societies. They prefer to live with the poorest, to work with the humblest, and to be amid the most despised races, by assisting and redeeming them, and by participating.
The Sons that are unable to participate directly in this mission meanwhile have to accept this and take part with heart and thought.
A Son should not resign to theories; theories become an overwhelming burden without practice.
Start little exercises of tolerance and compassion according to your own destination in life, look at all beings around you with love and patience, remove from you any superfluous thing, and live as simply as possible, in order to come –by similarity– into contact with the poorest and indigent.
Live your doctrine by participating psychically in redeeming Humanity.

Teaching 15: Self-centeredness of the Soul

The soul must know itself and its own intimate and real personality. As soon as the soul contacts its intimate potential, all external things become unimportant, and only basic issues become valuable.
Self-valorization is egoentia.
The soul discovers through egoentia that its apparent ego is no more than a combination of a lot of habits, and that this is not the gist of life, it is outer personality.
Once the soul recognizes itself, the true issues of life appear such as they are, and are solved by intimate concentration, self-recognition, pure feelings and clear ideas.
So, a self-centered soul can face human troubles. A formula of centrifugal dispersion –a useless waste of energy– teaches him not to consider relative things important, and to focus his entire attention on simple postulates, which are basic causes that sustain life in the world and that, by knowing these causes, they can assist him to solve worldly troubles.
This potentially discovered egoentia is substantial enjoyment because you recognize yourself and remain in yourself.
You live this manifested substantial enjoyment as concrete reality. It would not be such if during this inner enjoyment, you fall in ecstasy and self-absorption because this enjoyment should expand and irradiate in order to be perfect.
Inner happiness concretely grants to the spiritual life an effective value by acting on life.
The soul increases hundred times its forces while expanding continuously on these conditions of inner and real self-recognition because it contacts the entire universe.
Greatness of eternity and smallness of man come together in ecstasy of “being” and “giving”, while predestination and free will are fused together and become one immense light.
Man goes toward God by fighting throughout different and unlike biological factors, by struggling between exact intellectual possibilities and free flow of intuition, by fighting against his possibilities before heritage, and oscillating always between pairs of opposites –power and non-power, evolution and stagnation, being and non-being.
But when the soul discovers itself, then it becomes self-centered. All disparity disappears and all contradiction has a relative value because the soul is in God, not like a strange factor but like an integral part of the Eternity.

Teaching 16: Vocational Concept

All human beings are destined to a spiritual vocation manifested at certain moment, since the purpose of all men is God, in a positive or negative sense. Many believe that they have been called to a spiritual vocation, but just few are called in a direct and accurate way.
Many people believe in their spiritual vocation but are totally wrong. Certain souls take vocation for their dreams and ideals, and others call vocation to certain feelings derived from their contact with certain revelations and examples of life.
How many times certain people arouse after reading about men that attained perfection and sanctity with great sacrifice and later practically they find themselves unable to imitate those beings at all.
Spiritual vocation is neither idealism nor sentimentalism; these two are intermittent and transient emotions.
Spiritual vocation is a feeling –an intimate and deep feeling of certainty and responsibility in the soul.
Spiritual vocation is intimate self-certainty whose unique and exclusive support is vocation itself.
Spiritual vocation is an inner and unchangeable concept of truth, –of a truth that ceaselessly increases as one achieves it more and more, and that remains the same even throughout changes of things, persons and doctrines.
All those who talk a lot about their spiritual vocation have no true vocation. Vocation is only of those who achieve it in themselves, without support of any kind.
Spiritual vocation as such cannot in any way be truly recognized in a soul but after being tested. A soul shall not know if it is vocation or not, or if this soul is able or not until an overwhelming storm sweeps the soul.
A sincere man that wants to know if he is really called to tread on the path must have no confidence in himself but trust much in God. He must tread slowly on the Path and not to trust much in first enthusiasms or sudden emotions.
A sincere, simple and humble man that treads slowly and steadily on the Spiritual Path shall not be deceived and after a verification of his personality and vocation the Divine Goodness shall lead him until a time when, being sure of himself and his vocation can attain the goal.


Teaching 1: Beyond the Man
Teaching 2: Inner Life
Teaching 3: Right Discernment
Teaching 4: Mental Task
Teaching 5: The Future Man
Teaching 6: Liberation
Teaching 7: Free Will
Teaching 8: Spiritual Life
Teaching 9: Act of Presence
Teaching 10: To Believe and Beliefs
Teaching 11: Physical Health
Teaching 12: A Way of Praying
Teaching 13: Affirmative Negation
Teaching 14: Psychical Attitude
Teaching 15: Self-centeredness of the Soul
Teaching 16: Vocational Concept


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