Tablet Four

<1>So far the person was in his first three chakras. Therefore, all his endeavors were toward establishing a situation that would help him to have a fair share in society. As we can see, the pitfall of the third chakra was the possibility of corruption of the person. That means he was still attracted toward things which the external world offered him.

<2>By overcoming this last attraction of the external world (the possibility of being corrupted), he enters into the fourth chakra, which is the center of love and mercy.  <3>This person longs for righteousness. However, he realizes that changing the environment takes much more strength and knowledge than he has. Also it needs more detachment and realization of one's own self.  <4>He realizes that all his fear, mourning, observance, meekness, and hungering for righteousness were only related to his own limited false ego. He wanted all these things to happen so that he is able to have some fair share and to satisfy his materialistic longings.

<5>After this achievement, the person knows he needs more spiritual knowledge and self-realization. So he starts to create a great compassion for those who are lost in the power of the ocean of Maya, <6>because he realizes how hard it is to completely overcome that power. Even those who hunger and thirst for righteousness can fall into the grip of Maya. Their concern for establishing the righteousness is even for their own concern, not with the pure ideation of being for the good of all.

<7>So, they become merciful, forgiving, and create compassion for others. They are the ones who are called "merciful" (Matthew 5:7). By being merciful and forgiving, they will "obtain mercy" (Matthew 5:7).

<8>However, the pitfall in this stage is to become narrow in mind. The person creates mercy, but he has not created a universal sentiment. He might follow a false philosophy or a narrow, dogmatic belief which would stop his progress towards creating compassion for the whole universe. He might become concerned only for a very small portion of the universe.  <9>This possibility of becoming narrow in mind is shown in Rev. 2:20, by using the symbol of the "woman Jezebel, which calleth herself a prophetess...." This symbolizes a wrong belief about a teaching which did not intend to bring a narrow view, but the people (or person) in this stage will fall into it because of the narrowness of the mind ("prophetess Jezebel").  <10>All this description is related to our fourth seal (islms15c.jpg (912 bytes)), which is the symbol of the death of material longing, "...and his name that sat on him was Death,..." (Rev. 6:8).

<11>However, "he that overcometh, and keepeth my works unto the end, to him will I give power over the nations" (Rev. 2:26). So, whoever overcomes this narrowness of the mind or these false teachings will become a universalist. Not only will he be concerned about a small portion of the world, but he will also be concerned about the whole world in general. He goes to his fifth spiritual center.


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