To liberate the consciousness from suffering, we need a balance of three factors in our daily life:
Usually, students focus intensely on sexual transmutation, but invest far less attention into the other factors. If you want to advance on the path, sacrifice is essential:
"We can rise to the summits of light only on the steps of love and sacrifice. We must perform a lot of good deeds for love of humanity. This is how we pay our debts.” —Samael Aun Weor
Sacrifice for others is not defined only by teaching. Each of us has a role to play, uniquely suited to us. There are many ways to sacrifice for others, and one is to support the spread of the teachings.
Samael Aun Weor was able to fulfill his mission because students donated to his cause. Glorian exists on the same basis.
That is why Samael Aun Weor encourages students to tithe: to regularly give a portion of their income towards whichever organization they feel is helping spread the teachings.
"...the obligation of the tithe... is the universal obligation that all the brothers and sisters of the path have to loyally contribute part of their income... in a free and suitable way, according to what the brothers and sisters judge as the most opportune and effective in order to support the cause of truth and justice...” —Samael Aun Weor
If you believe Glorian is worthy of your tithes and donations, we sincerely thank you on behalf of all those who benefit from our services.
Fact check: from January to October 2019, only 190 people made donations to Glorian. We would like to extend our gratitude to them, because they keep Glorian going.
To make donating easier, Glorian has implemented a new donation system. It is designed specifically for organizations like ours, and is cheaper and faster than the methods we had before. Some features include:
For those who already have recurring donations in Network for Good or PayPal, we encourage you to move to the new system.
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"The powers of the masters emanate from their purity of life and the merits of their hearts."