Divine Mother Death is a part of our intimate internal Being. She is a part of the cosmic order of everything. The Divine Mother brings us into the world of life, nurtures us, and carries us into the next world. The Divine Mother is the fiery force of transformation, She is the electrons that shift matter from one form into another. Her love is such that death does not end it.
The Divine Mother, the fiery Kundalini serpent, can dissolve the egoic structures of our psychology after we have achieved comprehension and repentance for the suffering the ego has caused. She can dissolve the ego and free the Essence.
“To pray is to talk with God. We must appeal to God the Mother in the depths of our heart if we truly want to disintegrate “I’s.” The one who does not love his or her Mother, the ungrateful child, will fail in the work upon himself.
Each one of us has his or her particular, individual Divine Mother. She, in Herself, is a part of our own Being, but a derivative part. All ancient civilizations adored “God the Mother” within the most profound part of our Being. The feminine principle of the Eternal One is Isis, Mary, Tonantzin, Cybele, Rhea, Adonia, Insoberta, etc.
If in our merely physical aspect we have a father and a mother, likewise within the deepest part of our Being we also have our Father who is in secret, as well as our Divine Mother Kundalini. There are as many Fathers in Heaven as there are humans on Earth. God the Mother within our own intimacy is the feminine aspect of our Father who dwells in secret.
He and She are certainly the two superior parts of our inner Being. Undoubtedly, He and She are our very true Being beyond the “I” of psychology. He unfolds into Her. He commands, directs, instructs. She eliminates the undesirable elements which we carry in our interior with the condition that we continuously work on ourselves.
Thus, when we have died radically, when all the undesirable elements have been eliminated, after many conscious labors and voluntary sufferings, then we shall fuse and integrate ourselves with our “Father-Mother.” Then, we shall be terribly divine Gods, beyond good and evil. Any of those “I’s” that have been previously observed and judged can be reduced to cosmic dust by means of the fiery powers of our own individual, particular Divine Mother.
A specific formula in order to pray to our Inner Divine Mother is not necessary. We must be very natural and simple when we address Her. The child who addresses his/her mother never has a special formula. The child utters what comes from his/her heart and that is all. No “I” is instantaneously dissolved. Our Divine Mother must work and even suffer very much before achieving the annihilation of any “I.”
Make yourselves introversive, direct your prayer within, seeking within your interior your Divine Lady. Thus, with sincere supplications, you shall be able to talk to Her. Beg her to disintegrate the “I” that you have previously observed and judged. As the sense of Self-observation develops, it shall permit you to verify the progressive advancement of your work. Comprehension and discernment are fundamental. Nonetheless, something more is necessary if indeed what we want is to disintegrate the “myself.”
The mind can give onto itself the luxury of labeling any defect, passing it from one department to the other, exhibiting it, hiding it, etc. However, the mind can never fundamentally alter the defect. A special power superior to the mind is necessary, a fiery power that is capable of reducing any defect to ashes.
Stella Maris, our Divine Mother, has that power. She is able to pulverize any psychological defect. Our Divine Mother lives in our intimacy, beyond the body, affections, and the mind. She is, by Herself, an igneous power superior to the mind. Our own particular, individual Cosmic Mother possesses wisdom, love, and power. Absolute perfection exists within Her.”
~ Samael Aun Weor 1917 - 1977, Treatise of Revolutionary Psychology