Quests are dynamic formulas that can be used in meditation and in everyday life. Their formulation is the result of the collective conquests of Damanhur, but each person can interpret them according to their own talents and characteristics.

The fourth and the fifth Quests are characterized by being first “feminine” and second, “masculine”. The reference is not to the fact that women and men must reflect on different Quests but the fact that within each individual there are both feminine and masculine natures, which have nothing to do with the gender of birth or sexual behavior but are characterized by distinct values.

The 4th Quest refers to the female part, present in each individual, and affirms the value of stabilization, that is to say of acquiring and asserting the changes occurred in the transformation process proposed by the previous Quests.

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It is also the Quest of self-generosity, a typically feminine characteristic, that is, of not sparing one’s talents, one’s own abilities, to open new paths for oneself and for others, to the point of representing an element of encounter and union among the people.

As in an alchemical process in which the elements are distilled and subsequently stabilized, also in the path of the Quests there are dynamic phases of action and transformation with phases linked to stabilization, that densify new potentials in each one of us.

When our feminine part expresses its full nature it is able to welcome the seed of a new life and make it germinate, protecting it within itself in the most delicate phases of its development, until the moment when it can become something else.

The 4th Quest inspires each of us to live the awareness of how important it is to gather the seeds of a new life, a new balance to make it solid and stable, so that it can evolve even further.

Realizing this is an act of generosity, openness and union.

At this point in the path the question we can ask is: can I contain and stabilize new conditions with love, even if they do not originate directly from me, enriching them with my contribution and my talents?