PHYSICAL DEATH – METAPHYSICAL DEATH

Segundo a conhecida professora  Marisa Leite de Barros “um bom inglês é um cartão de visita”. Vai aqui mais uma tradução do Flávio para que o visitante deste blog possa aperfeiçoar seu inglês e aprender filosofia. “Morte física – Morte metafísica” está no livro “Roteiro Cósmico” de Huberto Rohden. Procure pelo título no índice, pois cada edição tem paginação diferente.

One of the most enigmatic words of Christ is: “Do not fear those who kill the body, fear who can also kill the soul”.

Who can kill the body, i.e. the physical body of man?  Could be an accident, a murderer, a disease, old age?

Who can kill the soul, i.e., the individual himself, the man’s Self?

Only man if he sin against the universal Holy Spirit and becoming guilty of an eternal sin.

External circumstances can kill the material body, but only man himself can kill his immaterial substance – the soul.

 Physical death is a pseudo-temporary death, but the metaphysical death is the real death, eternal. Who dies physically continue living, and who dies or commits suicide metaphysically, annihilates its own individuality i.e., from something to nothing…

This individual’s death can only be caused by the free will of man, that omnipotence for good or for bad, to eternal life to eternal death.

 Only the Infinite (the Creator) is really immortal.

 Any Finite (the manifestation of the Creator) is mortal by nature.

 But when a Finite acquires a high degree of spiritual awareness (“the rebirth of the spirit”) immortalizes by participating or integrating in the Immortal Infinite. But if fails to integrate on the Infinite, disintegrates, and this disintegration is the individual self destruction.

Nothing is lost in the essence of the Divine; disappear only one individual form  from the Universal Reality, like a wave that can disappear into the sea, but the sea does not necessarily undergo volume reduction.

 Now if I’m potentially immortal, I have a duty to immortalize my soul. All potentiality claims an act. Where there is power there is a duty, and if my potential power does not become a duty, I will create debt, guilt (karma).

 The Finites aren’t new substances or realities, simply existential aspects of the Unique Essence, they are immanent forms of the great Transcendent, they are like waves on the sea surface, these waves when arises do not add new reality in the sea, and when submerged into the ocean didn’t subtract any substantial reality of it.

The human soul when, by his own decision, disintegrates as an existential individuality follows the same course as all other beings in nature when “die”:   The existential individuality dissolves in the Essential Universality, where they came from. This Universal Essence cannot be measured quantitatively, which may suffer an increase or decrease; the Infinite when reveals itself in Finites does not grow and when the Infinite reabsorbs the Finites does not decrease.

The only difference between humans and non humans (minerals, plants, animals) is that they cannot perpetuate their individuality when they die and in result dissolves into the Universal Whole (Divinity) without debt, guilt, karma while  humans , through its conscious, can perpetuate their individuality, and who can should do to achieve this goal and not doing it, creates debt, guilt, karma. But the fault freely committed entails necessarily subsequent penalty. If this guilt is not neutralized during its life cycle leads to the disintegration of the individual that was not integrated to the Universal Whole.

The period preceding this final disintegration (“eternal death”) is called “hell”  i.e., definitive period of inferiority, involution. Is huge among theologians the confusion between “eternal death” and “hell.” If there is an eternal death, i.e., definitive, how can exist suffering? How could an individual metaphysically dead, disintegrated, continue to suffer? …

 If the individual can freely and consciously create your eternal life, is perfectly logical that you can also create your eternal death. The Finite which is unaffiliated with the Infinite disintegrates … this is Cosmic Law!

 According to the eternal Constitution of Cosmic Mathematics of the Universe all power requires demands; who should must perform its duties, and who can and does not, create debt, guilt.  All the blame freely committed entails the consequent penalty. The penalty, or suffering, and punishment, is the necessary reaction of cosmic law against a fault freely committed.

 I am freely a sinner but necessarily in suffering.

 I am a sinner because I want to, but I’m suffering because I’ve choose to suffer.

 It’s my fault and the penalty comes from the Cosmos.

Once placed the blame and not revoked, it follows inevitably the punishment.

If not so the cosmos could be reduced to chaos, the order in disarray because free will is a kind of omnipotence which can be turned against the powers of the Universe and destroy them. What prevents this destruction is the sinner suffering, by which the cosmos ensures the integrity, balance and stability of its order. If there was guilt without punishment, the cosmos would be destroyed by the sinner endowed with free will. Solely a free will balanced with suffering that ceases to be an anti-cosmic power.

Strangely however, do not coincides the termination of the penalty with the termination of guilt, the suffering continues even after the extinction of guilt, as well as sea water still agitated even after the storm ceased. The individual man does not suffer only their individual guilt because also suffers the guilt of humanity in its entirety. The solidarity in doing bad is as real as in solidarity in doing good. While there are guilty men the not guilty does not cease to suffer the punishment of the guilty.

I am responsible for humanity and vice-versa.

Man freed of guilt itself can suffer the pains of others, not yet freed from their guilt. There is a collective karma. And every man without debt itself participates in the payment of debts of others. It is a glorious task, though painful. Woe to the man who has yet to suffer for their own debts! Happy the man who no longer has to suffer for their own debts and may suffer for debts of others! Is he a great benefactor of mankind, though perhaps totally unknown to the guilty sufferers.

 When the “son of the woman” then becomes “son of man” compulsory suffering ceases, because this man is fully released, not only from his own sins  but from the sins of others. And from that happy moment, the man can suffer freely if he wishes. And that free suffering has much more powerful impact on a guilty and suffering humanity than the compulsory suffering of other suffers.

Huberto Rohden.

Tradução de Flavio de Mello

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