The Miracle of Love

by Austin Gnosis
May 18, 2019
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To love, how great it is to love. Only the great souls can and know how to love. Nothing is more powerful than the force of love.

Love is infinite tenderness… Love is the life that beats in each atom as it beats in each sun.

Love is felt in the depths of the heart; it’s a delicious experience, it’s a fire that consumes, a divine wine, the delirium of the one who drinks it. A mere perfumed handkerchief, a letter, a flower, provokes in the depths of the soul tremendous intimate inquietudes, exotic ecstasies, and ineffable voluptuousness.

Love starts with a flash of liking, is substantialized with the force of affection and is synthesized in adoration.

For there to be true love between couples, there should be affinity of thoughts, affinity of sentiments, and identical inquietudes. The kiss comes to be, then the mystical consecration of two souls eager to express what they are internally living. The sexual act comes to be the co-substancialization of love in the psycho-physiological realism of our nature. Sequentially the perfect matrimony is the union of two souls: one that loves more, one that loves better.

Love, it is written, is the only attainable accessible religion. Hermes Trismegistus, the three times great God Ibis of Thoth, said, “I give you love, in which is contained all the summum of wisdom.”

How noble the male is, how noble the female is, when they are truly united by the bond of love! A couple in love becomes mystical, charitable, and helpful. If all human beings were to live in love, if they dearly- loved each other, happiness, peace, harmony and perfection would rein over the face of the earth.

When the couple is truly in love, marvellous transformations are produced in their organisms. Why? Because love is a warmth, an energetic emanation that springs forth from the deepest part of the consciousness. These radiations of love stimulate the endocrine glands and these, at the same time, produce myriads of hormones that invade the blood vessels, filling them with extraordinary vitality. “Hormone” comes from a Greek word that means, “yearning to be,” “force of being.” How small a hormone is, but what great powers it has to revitalize the human organism! One is amazed when one sees a decrepit old man when he falls in love. Then his endocrine glands produce enough hormones so as to revitalize and rejuvenate him.

The stars also know how to love. Let’s observe the delicious nights of the full moon: they get closer to each other, and sometimes they fuse with one another, they totally integrate themselves… “A collision of worlds!” the astronomers exclaim; but –in reality of truth– what has happened is that two worlds have integrated with the bonds of love, becoming a new mass.

The planets of our solar system rotate around the Sun attracted by that marvellous force of love. Let’s observe the sparkling of the worlds in the starry firmament: they commune – that luminous twinkling, the waves of light, the radiations – with the longing of the flower. There is then love between the star and the rose that launches its perfume to the air. Love in itself is universal, deeply and terribly divine.

Love is a cosmic force, a universal force that beats in each atom as it beats in each sun.

Love resides in the Being of everything and its eminent purpose is to maintain the unity in the Universe of multiplicity.

In ancient times love and women were always worshipped. There’s no doubt that the woman is the most beautiful thought of the Creator, made flesh, blood and life.

To love, we repeat, is divine, something ineffable. To love is an extraordinary cosmic phenomenon, in the garden of love only joy reins.

When a couple is united in sexual copulation with the bonds of true love, the most divine forces of nature surround them. Those forces created the Cosmos; those forces have come in order to create again. In those moments the man and the woman are true Gods, in the most complete sense of the word. They can create like Gods. Here we have the grandiosity of love. The forces that surround the couple during the sexual act, in the nuptial chamber, are extraordinary. The human being could retain those extraordinary forces if he did not waste them in the holocaust of animal pleasure, which leads nowhere, if in truth he were to respect the marvelous force of love…

The man is the expansive force of all creation; the woman is the receptive force… Man and woman are the two columns of the temple.

-Samael Aun Weor

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