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Post by Syrianeh on 07.04.10 9:13

What about Asetianists as parents? I find that parenthood can also be a wonderful tool of self-discovery. This does not mean I am favouring it over the decision not to have children. Both stands are fully valid. It's just that, in my opinion, it is simply not that bad. I had my mind set on a childless life and then it happened, by surprise. I must say I have discovered absolutely amazing and surprising things about life. I don't feel comfortable speaking publicly about my son, but suffice it to say that he is a truly outstanding individual, who is actually teaching me things.

Also, the opportunity to educate someone in such a way that they can have a bigger opportunity to develop a critical, free-thinking mind than most people, is in a way a little step towards changing the world.

As to the personal path, I don't think it is incompatible at all. I intend to follow mine to the end, regardless.
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Post by N.Augusta on 07.04.10 10:04

Syrianeh,

Congrats on your little one. :-) They do teach you new things daily, especially patience.
Enjoy every minute of it! I know, the time goes by so quickly.
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Post by Divine 277 on 07.04.10 10:06

Syrianeh wrote:What about Asetianists as parents? I find that parenthood can also be a wonderful tool of self-discovery. This does not mean I am favouring it over the decision not to have children. Both stands are fully valid. It's just that, in my opinion, it is simply not that bad. I had my mind set on a childless life and then it happened, by surprise. I must say I have discovered absolutely amazing and surprising things about life. I don't feel comfortable speaking publicly about my son, but suffice it to say that he is a truly outstanding individual, who is actually teaching me things.

Also, the opportunity to educate someone in such a way that they can have a bigger opportunity to develop a critical, free-thinking mind than most people, is in a way a little step towards changing the world.

As to the personal path, I don't think it is incompatible at all. I intend to follow mine to the end, regardless.

I agree Smile
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Post by Jonathan on 07.04.10 11:24

Syrianeh wrote:What about Asetianists as parents? I find that parenthood can also be a wonderful tool of self-discovery. This does not mean I am favouring it over the decision not to have children. Both stands are fully valid. It's just that, in my opinion, it is simply not that bad. I had my mind set on a childless life and then it happened, by surprise. I must say I have discovered absolutely amazing and surprising things about life. I don't feel comfortable speaking publicly about my son, but suffice it to say that he is a truly outstanding individual, who is actually teaching me things.

Also, the opportunity to educate someone in such a way that they can have a bigger opportunity to develop a critical, free-thinking mind than most people, is in a way a little step towards changing the world.

As to the personal path, I don't think it is incompatible at all. I intend to follow mine to the end, regardless.
Despite agreeing with Victor's post, I don't think that having children would be a bad thing, for Asetianist or even Asetian. It is a personal choice. I believe it may be a part of the path for a few, but that it might be incompatible with the agendas of others. Some Asetians surely will reincarnate for very specific purposes within the Aset Ka and to the Asetian Family, and in many ways, raising a child might not be compatible with those highly demanding "missions" while alive. I also believe those "missions" must be very diverse, since as Maktub once told us on the Asetian Pyramid structure, each Asetian (and Asetianist as well, I believe) has his very own place in the overall scheme of things, and everyone is important, from someone that may do a more epic mission against the ROS to someone as simple as the people that will clean the Asetian temple and haven in Europe. All are pieces of the same big Universal puzzle. All are cherished by Aset.
For some, bearing a child may be a possibility, and even a way to grow, to others it may simply be of no interest to their path and Self.
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Post by Hellen on 09.04.10 5:13

Syrianeh wrote: I had my mind set on a childless life and then it happened, by surprise.

Good to notice .
Having children can just happen , not being programed and even if not part of the agenda or in agreement with individual's likes and dislikes .

While Asetians have the choice regarding the family or place to incarnate , in the same time Asetianism do not believe that life is already written ( already with no children ) , no ?


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Re: Asetians as parents...?

Post by Syrianeh on 09.04.10 10:52

Hellen wrote:
Syrianeh wrote: I had my mind set on a childless life and then it happened, by surprise.

Good to notice .
Having children can just happen , not being programed and even if not part of the agenda or in agreement with individual's likes and dislikes .

While Asetians have the choice regarding the family or place to incarnate , in the same time Asetianism do not believe that life is already written ( already with no children ) , no ?


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Very true, destiny is not something written in stone. Destiny is the path you take, a path that has been set out for you and which "finds you" if you are worthy of it. The outcome is your own doing.

And yes, children can just happen and even then you have a choice. But it's then, when having to choose, that you must act on your intuition. That's how the path is formed.
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