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The Gnostic Movement was a non-profit religious organization that ran free courses. It taught over 90,000 people during the time it was running prior to closing in 2012. This feed was created as an audio record of some of The Gnostic Movement's course activities. At its foundation were practice-oriented courses authored by Belsebuub, covering topics in self-discovery, out-of-body experiences, and esoteric wisdom. These courses were taught in person in study centers at several major cities, as well as online through innovative courses. Practices included present moment awareness, self-observation, astral projection, lucid dreaming, mantras, techniques for removing negativity and increasing consciousness, and more. The basis for the teachings of The Gnostic Movement was the work of Colombian esotericist Samael Aun Weor. Belsebuub learned from Samael Aun Weor’s predecessor Rabolu, thus continuing the lineage of Samael Aun Weor. In creating The Gnostic Movement’s courses, Belsebuub further refined and simplified the work of Samael Aun Weor, to make it more easily accessible in the modern world. Apart from the practice-based courses, The Gnostic Movement also ran retreats either free or at cost. It offered other services and materials, such as special events, workshops, websites, videos, audio, public forums, and a documentary series title Secret Quest: Path of the Christian Gnostics, which was solely produced by The Gnostic Movement, released on DVD, and which received tens of thousands of views on YouTube. The study centers were a welcome break from the rush of the city. With incense, spiritual artwork, practice rooms, and cafes with room to sit and relax, they offered many the chance to meet like-minded people and practice together in a spiritually beneficial way. After progressing through the courses, people had the option of becoming teachers and furthering the work of The Gnostic Movement. While no longer in operation, the legacy of The Gnostic Movement remains with overwhelmingly positive feedback from those who were part of it over the years.

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About this podcast

The Gnostic Movement was a non-profit religious organization that ran free courses. It taught over 90,000 people during the time it was running prior to closing in 2012. This feed was created as an audio record of some of The Gnostic Movement's course activities. At its foundation were practice-oriented courses authored by Belsebuub, covering topics in self-discovery, out-of-body experiences, and esoteric wisdom. These courses were taught in person in study centers at several major cities, as well as online through innovative courses. Practices included present moment awareness, self-observation, astral projection, lucid dreaming, mantras, techniques for removing negativity and increasing consciousness, and more. The basis for the teachings of The Gnostic Movement was the work of Colombian esotericist Samael Aun Weor. Belsebuub learned from Samael Aun Weor’s predecessor Rabolu, thus continuing the lineage of Samael Aun Weor. In creating The Gnostic Movement’s courses, Belsebuub further refined and simplified the work of Samael Aun Weor, to make it more easily accessible in the modern world. Apart from the practice-based courses, The Gnostic Movement also ran retreats either free or at cost. It offered other services and materials, such as special events, workshops, websites, videos, audio, public forums, and a documentary series title Secret Quest: Path of the Christian Gnostics, which was solely produced by The Gnostic Movement, released on DVD, and which received tens of thousands of views on YouTube. The study centers were a welcome break from the rush of the city. With incense, spiritual artwork, practice rooms, and cafes with room to sit and relax, they offered many the chance to meet like-minded people and practice together in a spiritually beneficial way. After progressing through the courses, people had the option of becoming teachers and furthering the work of The Gnostic Movement. While no longer in operation, the legacy of The Gnostic Movement remains with overwhelmingly positive feedback from those who were part of it over the years.

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