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Ausarian Initiation

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The Ausarian Initiation system was Kamit’s main spiritual system.  It was fundamentally based on the knowledge that man is a divine being who begins life in the human stage.  Given that the human nature is dominated by emotionalism, sensuality, and the lower mind the human nature is the source of all of mankind’s problems.  “I’m only human” is the universal excuse for wrong doings by the average person, and the most exalted religious leader, and all.  Written in 600 BC, the Old Testament Bible records that “man is made in the likeness and image of God,” repeating in its own way, the Ancient Egyptian teaching of the same.  Ausar represents man’s divine nature, and the Ausarian Initiation is the systematic approach to transcending and realizing man’s divinity.

Divine Law and the Initiation Program

Chemists and Physicists are able to accurately manipulate atoms and the forces of nature because they have knowledge of the laws that govern the behavior of atoms and forces.  Over six thousand years ago, Kamitic sages discovered the laws that govern man’s spirit and therefore her/his behavior and life events.  These laws govern the behavior of the 11 faculties of the spirit and are subsumed in the concpt of Maat.  The 11 faculties of the spirit are the Paut Neteru that have been popularized by the Kabala as the Tree of Life. In the Ausarian initiation the initiate places these laws, Maat, into the mind to guide the life force to manifest proper thinking and emotional conduct to thus achieve well being and success in all endeavors.  Success in all things depends on the perfect harmony between all faculties of the spirit, and union with God which is guaranteed by living in harmony with Maat, the 11 Laws of the spirit. the course includes instruction in meditation, use of mantras, Kundalini Yoga and Egyptian Spirituality.