Consciousness is a symptom of disease.
All that moves well moves without will.
All skilfulness, all strain, all intention is contrary to ease.
Practice a thousand times, and it becomes difficult; a thousand thousand, and it becomes easy; a thousand thousand times a thousand thousand, and it is no longer Thou that doeth it, but It that doeth itself through thee. Not until then is that which is done well done.
Thus spoke FRATER PERDURABO as he leapt from rock to rock of the moraine without ever casting his eyes upon the ground.
This title is a mere reference to the metaphor of the last paragraph of the chapter.
Frater P., as is well known, is a mountaineer.
It is a practical instruction, the gist of which is easily to be apprehended by comparatively short practice of Mantra-Yoga.
A mantra is not being properly said as long as the man knows he is saying it. The same applies to all other forms of Magick.
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