Pure Will vs. True Will

Recorded August 28 & September 10, 2011ev
Parts 1 & 2

SCP Pure Will 28 Aug 2011 Part I

SCP Pure Will 10 Sep 2011

Hosted by David E.; Sweden

Camille Perkins; Georgia, U.S.
Ryan Higgins; Israel
Paul Joseph Rovelli; New York, U.S.

Pure Will is…


Not to analyze but to do

To be yourself

To not have friction of making meaning out of anything

Let meaning create itself


I noticed while doing Resh; it has affected me in
special ways…very natural

How do you come to discover of Pure Will?

What stands in the way of Pure Will?


Solar Plexus Chakkra



True Will-your Destiny…long-term thing

What about Destiny?…is it real?

Is True Will compatible w/Pure Will?


Do we create our Destiny?

True will is like having a negotiation with the Destiny we’re creating….

The Word, Wand, Logos: being the Will—your capacity to make things happen

It has to be connected to True Will…

"[Pure] Will is defined as a moment to moment path of action that operates in perfect harmony with Nature. This Will does not spring from conscious intent, but from the interplay between the deepest Self and the entire Universe. People in touch with their True Will have eliminated or bypassed their false desires, conflicts, and habits, and accessed their connection with the divine. Theoretically, at this point, the person acts in alignment with Nature, just as a stream flows downhill, with neither resistance nor"lust of result."


Destiny as death…and the cycles…

Dying in every moment; into the eucharist that brings one to the Universe

H.G.A. as a joke….a term for your higher self.


What is the connotation of Lucifer and the Watcher Angels…the four Watcher stars of the Starry Gnosis; four seasons, et al.

Here's what Crowley wrote about True Will in MITP.

"a course, depending partly on the self, and partly on the environment which is natural and necessary for each.”

4) The first requisite for causing any change is thorough qualitative and
quantitative understanding of the conditions.

(Illustration: The most common cause of failure in life is ignorance of
one's own True Will, or of the means to fulfill that Will. A man may fancy
himself a painter, and waste his life trying to become one; or he may really be a painter, and yet fail to understand and to measure the difficulties peculiar to that career.)

8) A Man whose conscious will is at odds with his True Will is wasting his
strength. He cannot hope to influence his environment efficiently.

(Illustration: When Civil War rages in a nation, it is in no condition to
undertake the invasion of other countries. A man with cancer employs his
nourishment alike to his own use and to that of the enemy which is part of
himself. He soon fails to resist the pressure of his environment. In
practical life, a man who is doing what his conscience tells him to be wrong will do it very clumsily. At first!)"