The Seven Axioms Of Tehuti
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The Seven Axioms of Tehuti
These precepts originated in ancient Kamit, werecarried to all continents, and remain evident in those places in forms of AristotelianPhilosophy, Taoism, Jainism, and Buddhism. Either directly or indirectly, allcivilizations have benefited from an understanding of these seven axioms:1.
The Universe is mental. All is mind.2.
As it is above, so it is below.3.
Everything is in motion. Nothing is still.4.
Everything has its pairs of opposites.5.
The pendulum swing manifests in everything. The measure of theswing to the right is the measure of the swing to the left.6.
Cause and Effect -
There are many planes of causation but nothing escapesthis Axiom.7.
- Male and female are both necessary for creation and regeneration.The following are examples of each Axiom in the everyday world:
THE AXIOM OF MENTALISM
Everything that appears in your world was once a thought you had. Indicate animportant event in your life and then return to the place in time you planted theseed for this event with a thought. A woman had suffered in poverty for 7 yearshaving foolishly bought a business in the worst part of town. She realized this wasbecause once she had prayed to experience as broad and as deep a life as possible.That was when the seed of poverty was planted.
THE AXIOM OF CORRESPONDENCE
As it is above, so it is below. This Axiom teaches us that we can understandthe unseen by carefully observing what we can see.
Look at the fruits to judgethe roots. When a woman is about to go out on a date with a new man, she shouldlook at how he treats the waitress and how he eats his meal. He will treat her thesame way when his guard is down (should she choose to continue to date him).