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  • Mystery of the Golden Flower

    A Book by Samael Aun Weor

    Sacred Sexuality and Liberation from Suffering.

    Discover how your greatest creative power is also your greatest spiritual power.

    “All of us possess some electrical and magnetic forces within, and, just like a magnet, we exert a force of attraction and repulsion... Between lovers that magnetic force is particularly powerful and its action has a far-reaching effect.” —Samael Aun Weor

    In the heart of every religion there are teachings about intimate human relationships, a sacred knowledge about the transformative power of sex, which states that true spiritual mastery is a result of conquering base desires and transforming them into conscious virtues. Harnessing and transforming the most powerful forces within places us on a revolutionary path to spiritual awakening. That is why Krishna, the Christ of Hinduism, said, “I am sex not contrary to dharma.” This is why Jesus explained the need to be born again. Every birth is a result of sex. Spiritual birth is no exception, and is accomplished not by common, everyday sex, but through a divine, pure form of sexuality. This type of sexuality is hidden in all religions and mythologies, and was first revealed in the writings of Samael Aun Weor.

    Filled with lively, entertaining stories, The Mystery of the Golden Flower explains the practical methods of sexual transmutation, and how preserved sexual energy can become Kundalini, the fire of Pentecost, the power to destroy the psychological afflictions that bind us to suffering. This is the ancient science hidden in Hindu and Buddhist Tantra, Chinese and Western Alchemy, Taoism, and many other traditions. For instance, sacred sexuality was hidden in the Chinese Taoist book called “The Secret of the Golden Flower,” made famous by Carl Jung, in which the “secret” was not revealed. Here, in The Mystery of the Golden Flower, it is.

    New in this edition:

    • Corrected the title of the book from "blossom" to "flower" to be more accurate to the Chinese Taoist book “The Secret of the Golden Flower”
    • Added 175 footnotes to aid the reader with difficult and obscure terminology
    • Extensive corrections of passages that were quoted from other authors
    • Extensive corrections of typos and language clarity
    • New cover

    More Information:

    • Paper 5.5 x 8.5 inches
    • 290 pages
    • Illustrated
    • Glossary and index

      Customer Reviews

      Based on 14 reviews
      Jorge Rosas
      Great book and equally great translation!

      Thank you for making this book available!

      Landry Quenum
      Stellar service

      Every time I order from Glorian is like a treat. The packaging and those beautiful bookmarks and cards that come
      with the order are special marks of attention that I truly appreciate. Besides, the order was delivered in an expedite manner. Thank you to all of you at Glorian!

      Bob Donlen
      BD's Review

      I have not completed reading the book but, so far I really like it. I believe that this is something that should be shared with young adults, in particular.

      Tasos Maroudas
      Easy to read - clarifies and provides info on many different subjects

      I'm about 1/3 of the book and it is wonderful. Written in plain language, Master Samael Aun Weor speaks through personal experience and memories so that we can draw information on many Gnostic Subjects.

      If you are a bit experienced on Gnostic doctrine topics already, this book serves well as an "index" of answers. Definitely one of the easy to read and digest books so I recommend it 100%. I should have gotten this book earlier.

      Sarah Haller
      I'm only a quarter of the way through this book

      What I have read so far I have enjoyed. If I'm being very honest much of the information is new to me and so I am taking my time to digest what I'm reading. I will likely need to reread it, but so far I am enjoying it (along with "Beyond Death", and "Gazing At the Mystery") I will do seperate reviews for all of the books I mentioned once I've finished. Thank you Glorian for such a robust library.