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The Virtue of Self-Discipline in Thelema

The Virtue of Self-Discipline in Thelema

by Soror 90%

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

About 90 % of Thelema, at a guess, is nothing but self-discipline.   One is only allowed to do anything and everything so as to have more scope for exercising that virtue.

Aleister Crowley, Magick Without Tears

As you embark upon this spiritual journey, it is essential to understand the importance of discipline. Training of any sort requires consistency, perseverance, and commitment. In the realm of spiritual discipline, the same can be said. In order to successfully practice any spiritual discipline, we must apply ourselves in many different ways. We must be mindful of our thoughts, feelings, and actions. We must be willing to follow certain rules and guidelines that are set by our spiritual teacher or tradition. We must also be willing to be patient as we may not immediately experience the results we are seeking.

In Thelemic magick, personal discipline is extremely important. It serves various purposes, including helping to build and maintain spiritual power, establish an ethical framework, and prevent against personal magickal and emotional burnout. Discipline allows adepts to focus their energy and attention towards a specific goal or task, allowing them to achieve a higher level of success in their practices. Discipline in thelemic magick also provides an ethical structure within which practitioners must act in order to ensure that their practices are respectful, effective, and ethically responsible.

The most important part of discipline is consistency. This means that we should stick with the same spiritual practice over time in an effort to become proficient in it. We must also commit to the time and energy required to practice our chosen spiritual discipline. Therefore, it is essential to the success of our spiritual journey that we stay disciplined and focused on our chosen practices. We should seek to understand the reasons behind said practices, maintain a sense of humility, and remain open to whatever unfolds.

Discipline helps to create a sense of order and structure in our lives. It allows us to prioritize our spiritual goals and to stay on track. It also helps us to stay focused and to avoid distractions. Discipline also helps us to stay motivated and to stay committed to our spiritual path. Discipline also helps us to develop self-control and to resist temptation. It helps us to stay away from negative influences and to stay on the path of spiritual growth. Discipline also helps us to develop a sense of self-discipline and to be able to make decisions that are in line with our spiritual goals.

Finally, discipline helps us to develop a sense of inner strength and resilience. It helps us to stay focused and to stay on the path of spiritual growth, even when things get difficult. Discipline helps us to stay strong and to stay on the path of spiritual growth, no matter what. I hope that this letter has helped to emphasize the importance of discipline in spiritual training. Discipline is essential for any spiritual journey, and it is important to stay focused and to stay on the path of spiritual growth.

Love is the law, love under will.


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One thought on “The Virtue of Self-Discipline in Thelema

  1. “Discipline in thelemic magick also provides an ethical structure within which practitioners must act in order to ensure that their practices are respectful, effective, and ethically responsible.” Really? What would Crowley have thought of that?

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