Skip to main content

Glorian serves millions of people, but receives donations from only about 300 people a year. Donate now.


The Awakening of Consciousness

It is necessary to know that humanity lives with its consciousness asleep.  People work asleep.  People walk through the streets asleep.  People live and die asleep.

When we come to the conclusion that the entire world lives asleep, then we comprehend the necessity of awakening.  We need the awakening of the consciousness.  We want the awakening of the consciousness.


The profound sleep in which humanity lives is caused by fascination.

People are fascinated by everything in life.  People forget their Selves because they are fascinated.  The drunkard in the bar is fascinated with the alcohol, the place, the pleasures, his friends and the women.  The vain woman in front of a mirror is fascinated with her own glamour.  The rich avaricious person is fascinated with money and possessions.  The honest worker in the factory is fascinated with the hard work.  The father of the family is fascinated with his children.  All human beings are fascinated and sleep profoundly.  When driving a car we are astonished when we see people dashing across the roads and streets without paying attention to the danger of the running cars. Others willfully throw themselves under the wheels of cars.  Poor people... they walk asleep, they look like sleepwalkers.  They walk asleep, endangering their own lives.  Any clairvoyant can see their dreams.  People dream with all that keeps them fascinated.


During the physical body’s sleep, the ego escapes from it.  This departure of the ego is necessary so that the Vital Body can repair the physical body.  However, in the Internal Worlds we can asseverate that the ego takes its dreams into the Internal Worlds.  

Thus, while in the Internal Worlds the ego occupies itself with the same things which keep it fascinated in the physical world.  Therefore, during a sound sleep we see the carpenter in his carpentry shop, the policeman guarding the streets, the barber in his barbershop, the blacksmith at his forge, the drunkard in the tavern or bar, the prostitute in the house of pleasures, absorbed in lust, etc.  All these people live in the Internal Worlds as if they were in the physical world.

During his sleep, not a single living being has the inkling to ask himself whether he is  in the physical or Astral World.  However, those who have asked themselves such a question during sleep, have awoken in the Internal Worlds.  Then, with amazement, they have been able to study all the marvels of the Superior Worlds.  

It is only possible for us to ask such a question of ourselves in the Superior Worlds (during those hours of sleep) if we accustom ourselves to ask this question from moment to moment during the so-called vigil state.  Evidently, during our sleep we repeat everything that we do during the day.  Therefore, if during the day we accustom ourselves to asking this question, then, during our nocturnal sleep (while being outside of the body) we will consequently repeat the same question to ourselves.  Thus, the outcome will be the awakening of the consciousness.

Remembering Oneself

The human being in his fascinated trance does not remember his Self.  We must Self-remember our Selves from moment to moment.  We need to Self-remember our Selves in the presence of every representation that could fascinate us. Let us hold ourselves while in front of any representation and ask ourselves:  Where am I?  Am I in the physical plane?  Am I in the Astral Plane?  Then, give a little jump with the intention of floating within the surrounding atmosphere.  It is logical that if you float it is because you are outside the physical body.  Thus, the outcome will be the awakening of consciousness.  

The purpose of asking this question at every instant, at every moment is with the intention of engraving it within the subconsciousness, so that it may manifest later during the hours given to sleep, hours when the ego is really outside the physical body.  You must know that in the Astral Plane, things appear just as they are here in this physical plane.  This is why during sleep, and after death, people see everything there in a form very similar to this physical world. This is why they do not even suspect that they are outside of their physical body.  Therefore, no dead person ever believes himself to have died because he is fascinated and profoundly asleep.  

If the dead had made a practice of remembering themselves from moment to moment when they were alive, if they had struggled against the fascination of the things of the world, the outcome would have been the awakening of their consciousness.  They would not dream.  They would walk in the Internal Worlds with awakened consciousness.  Whosoever awakens the consciousness can study all the marvels of the Superior Worlds during the hours of sleep.  Whosoever awakens the consciousness lives in the Superior Worlds as a totally awakened citizen of the cosmos.  One then coexists with the great hierophants of the White Lodge.

Whosoever awakens the consciousness can no longer dream here in this physical plane or in the Internal Worlds. Whosoever awakens the consciousness stops dreaming. Whosoever awakens the consciousness becomes a competent investigator of the Superior Worlds. Whosoever awakens consciousness is an illuminated one. Whosoever awakens the consciousness can study at the feet of the master. Whosoever awakens the consciousness can talk familiarly with the Gods who initiated the dawn of creation.  Whosoever awakens the consciousness can remember his innumerable reincarnations. Whosoever awakens the consciousness can consciously attend his own cosmic initiations.  Whosoever awakens the consciousness can study in the temples of the great White Lodge.  Whosoever awakens the consciousness can know in the Superior Worlds the evolution of his Kundalini.  Every Perfect Matrimony must awaken the consciousness in order to receive guidance and direction from the White Lodge.  In the Superior Worlds the masters will wisely guide all those who really love one another.  In the Superior Worlds the masters give to each one that which one needs for his inner development.

Complementary Practice

Every Gnostic student, after waking from their normal sleep, must perform a retrospective exercise based on the process of their sleep, in order to remember all of those places they visited during the hours of sleep.  We already know that the ego travels a great deal; it goes towards where we have physically been, repeating all that which we have seen and heard.  

The Masters instruct their disciples when they are out of the physical body.

Therefore, it is urgent to know how to profoundly meditate and then practice what we have learned during the hours of sleep.  It is necessary not to physically move at the time of waking up, because with the movement, the Astral is agitated and the memories are lost.  It is urgent to combine the retrospective exercises with the following mantras:


Each word is divided into two syllables.  One must accentuate the vowel O. These mantras are for the student what dynamite is for the miner. Thus, as the miner opens his way through the bowels of the earth with the aid of dynamite, similarly, the student also opens his way into the memories of his subconsciousness with the aid of these mantras.

Patience and Tenacity

The Gnostic student must be infinitely patient and tenacious because powers cost a great deal.  Nothing is given to us for free.  Everything has a price. These studies are not for inconsistent people, nor for people of fragile will.  These studies demand infinite faith.  

Skeptical people must not come to our studies because occult science is very demanding.  The skeptics fail totally. Thus, skeptical people will not succeed in entering the Heavenly Jerusalem.

The Four States of Consciousness

The first state of consciousness is called Eikasia.

The second state of consciousness is Pistis.

The third state of consciousness is Dianoia.

The fourth state of consciousness is Nous.

Eikasia is ignorance, human cruelty, barbarism, exceedingly profound sleep, a brutal and instinctive world, an infrahuman state.

Pistis is the world of opinions and beliefs.  Pistis is belief, prejudices, sectarianism, fanaticism, theories in which there does not exist any type of direct perception of the Truth.  Pistis is that level of consciousness of the common humanity.

Dianoia is the intellectual revision of beliefs, analysis, conceptual synthesis, cultural-intellectual consciousness, scientific thought etc. Dianoetic thought studies phenomena and establishes laws.  Dianoetic thought studies the inductive and deductive systems with the purpose of using them profoundly and clearly.

Nous is perfect awakened consciousness.  Nous is the state of Turiya: profound perfect inner illumination.  Nous is legitimate objective clairvoyance.  Nous is intuition.  Nous is the world of the divine archetypes.  Noetic thought is synthetic, clear, objective, illuminated.

Whosoever reaches the heights of Noetic thought totally awakens consciousness and becomes a Turiya.

The lowest part of man is irrational and subjective and is related with the five ordinary senses.

The highest part of man is the World of Intuition and objective spiritual consciousness.  In the World of Intuition, the archetypes of all things in Nature develop.

Only those who have penetrated into the World of Objective Intuition, only those who have reached the solemn heights of Noetic thought, are truly awakened and illuminated.

A true Turiya cannot dream. The Turiya who has reached the heights of Noetic thought never goes about saying so, never presumes to be wise; he is extremely simple and humble, pure and perfect.

It is necessary to know that a Turiya is neither a medium, nor a pseudo-clairvoyant, nor a pseudo-mystic, unlike those who nowadays abound like weeds in all schools of spiritual, hermetic, occultist studies, etc.

The state of Turiya is most sublime and is only reached by those who work in the flaming forge of Vulcan all of their lives.  Only the Kundalini can elevate us to the state of Turiya.

It is urgent to know how to meditate profoundly and then to practice Sexual Magic during the whole of our life in order to reach, after many difficult trials, the state of Turiya.

Meditation and Sexual Magic carry us to the heights of Noetic thought.

Neither dreamer nor medium, nor any of those who enter a school of occult teaching can instantaneously achieve the state of Turiya.  Unfortunately, many believe that it is as easy as blowing glass to make bottles, or like smoking a cigarette, or like getting drunk.  Thus we see many people hallucinating, mediums and dreamers, declaring themselves to be clairvoyant masters, illuminated ones.  In all schools, including within the ranks of our Gnostic Movement, those people who say that they are clairvoyant without really being so are never missing.  These are the ones who, based upon their hallucinations and dreams, slander others saying such a person is fallen; such a fellow is a black magician, etc.

It is necessary to advise that the heights of Turiya require beforehand many years of mental exercise and Sexual Magic in the Perfect Matrimony.  This means discipline, long and profound study, very strong and profound internal meditation, sacrifice for humanity, etc.


As a rule, those who have recently entered Gnosis are full of impatience; they want immediate phenomenal manifestations, instantaneous Astral projections, illumination, wisdom, etc.

The reality is another thing.  Nothing is given to us for free.  Everything has its price.  Nothing is attained through curiosity, instantaneously, rapidly.  Everything has its process and its development.  Kundalini develops, evolves and progresses very slowly within the aura of the Maha-Chohan. Kundalini has the power of awakening the consciousness.  Nevertheless, the process of awakening is slow, gradual, natural, without spectacular, sensational, emotional, and barbaric events.  When the consciousness becomes completely awakened, it is not something sensational, or spectacular.  It is simply a reality, as natural as a tree that grows slowly, unfolds and develops without sudden leaps or sensational events.  Nature is Nature.  The Gnostic student in the beginning says, “I am dreaming.”  Later he exclaims, “I am in the Astral Body, outside the physical body.”  Later still, he obtains Samadhi, ecstasy, and enters the Fields of Paradise.  In the beginning, the manifestations are sporadic, discontinuous, followed by long periods of unconsciousness.  Much later, the igneous wings give us continuous uninterrupted awakened consciousness.