The Greek word γνῶσις gnosis signifies direct, conscious, experiential knowledge of oneself and the cosmos. Similarly, psychology ψυχολογία is one important aspect of Gnostic science, possessing Greek roots in the Eleusinian mysteries and doctrines of Plato, Aristotle and Pythagoras. Psyche ψυχή is the consciousness or soul, while λόγος logos represents superior reasoning, consciousness, or divinity, otherwise denominated as the Word, for "In the beginning was the λόγος Word, the λόγος Word was with God, and the λόγος Word was God." (John 1:1).
Therefore, true psychology is the study of the soul's relationship with divinity and is not exclusive to the intellect. These lectures will teach you how to understand, in a rigorous, comprehensive, and practical manner, the inner functionalism of thought, sentiment, instinct, impulse, will, desire, spirit, energy, and consciousness as explained by not only the ancient Greek masters, but those of Buddhism and Kabbalah as well. This is in order to awaken our dormant possibilities, to remove the secret causes of suffering, and to achieve the longed for union of soul, psyche, or consciousness with divinity or Logos: the pure, awakened, and selfless cognizance of enlightened mind.
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