The Causal I’s
The multiple subjective elements that form the ego have causal roots.
The Causal “I’s” are linked to the laws of cause and effect. Obviously, there can be no cause without an effect, and no effect without a cause. This is unquestionable, indubitable.
Elimination of the diverse inhuman elements which we carry within would be inconceivable without the radical elimination of the intrinsic causes of our psychological defects.
Obviously, the Causal “I’s” are closely related to specific karmic debts.
Only the most profound repentance and corresponding negotiations with the Masters of the Law can give us the joy of achieving disintegration of all those causal elements, which, in one form or another, can lead us to the final elimination of undesirable elements.
The intrinsic causes of our errors can certainly be eradicated from within us, thanks to the efficient work of the Intimate Christ.
Obviously, the Causal “I’s” frequently have horribly difficult complexities. For example, a student of esotericism could be deceived by his instructor, and as a result that novice would become skeptical. In this concrete case, the Causal “I” which gave rise to such an error, could only be disintegrated through supreme inner repentance, and with very special esoteric negotiations.
The Intimate Christ within us works with intensity, eliminating all those hidden causes of our errors through conscious work and voluntary suffering.
The Lord of Perfection must live through the entire cosmic drama in our innermost depths.
One is astonished to contemplate all of the torture that the Lord of Perfection endures in the Causal World.
In the Causal World, the hidden Christ undergoes all the indescribable bitterness of his way of the cross.
There is no doubt that Pilate washes his hands and justifies himself, yet finally condemns the Beloved to death on the cross.
For the clairvoyant Initiate, the ascent to Calvary is extraordinary.
Indubitably, solar consciousness integrated with the Innermost Christ, crucified on the majestic cross of Calvary, utters terribly powerful phrases which human beings cannot comprehend.
The final phrase: “Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit” (Luke 23:46), is followed by thunder, lightning, and great cataclysms.
Afterwards, when the nails are removed from his body, the Intimate Christ is placed in his Holy Sepulcher.
Thus, through death the Intimate Christ slays death. Then, much later in time, the Intimate Christ must resurrect within us.
Unquestionably, Christ’s Resurrection radically transforms us.
Any Resurrected Master possesses extraordinary powers over fire, air, water, and earth.
Undoubtedly, Resurrected Masters acquire not only psychological, but also physical immortality.
Jesus the great Kabir still lives with the same physical body that he had in the Holy Land.
Count Saint Germain, who transformed lead into gold and made diamonds of the highest quality during the fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries, etc., still lives today.
The enigmatic and powerful Count Cagliostro—who astonished Europe so greatly with his powers during the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries—is a Resurrected Master and still exists with the same physical body.