Our total being
consists of two perceivable segments. The first is the familiar physical
body, which all of us can perceive; the second is the luminous body, which
is a cocoon that only seers can perceive, a cocoon that gives us the
appearance of giant luminous eggs.
One of the most
important goals of sorcery is to reach the luminous cocoon; a goal which
is fulfilled through the sophisticated use of dreaming and
through a rigorous, systematic exertion called not-doing .
I've defined not-doing as an unfamiliar act which engages our
total being by forcing it to become conscious of its luminous
To explain these concepts I've make a
three-part, uneven division of our consciousness. The smallest, the first
attention, or the consciousness that every normal person has developed in
order to deal with the daily world, encompasses the awareness of the
physical body. Another larger portion, the second attention, is the
awareness we need in order to perceive our luminous cocoon and to act as
luminous beings. The second attention is brought forth through deliberate
training or by an accidental trauma, and it encompasses the awareness of
the luminous body. The last portion, which is the largest, is the third
attention. It's an immeasurable consciousness which engages undefinable
aspects of the awareness of the physical and the luminous bodies. The
battlefield of warriors is the second attention, which is something like a
training ground for reaching the third attention.
The compulsion to possess and hold on to
things is not unique. Everyone who wants to follow the warrior's path has
to rid himself of this fixation in order not to focus our
dreaming body on the weak face of the second
body , sometimes called the "double" or the "Other," because
it is a perfect replica of the dreamer 's body, is inherently
the energy of a luminous being, a whitish, phantomlike emanation, which is
projected by the fixation of the second attention into a three-dimensional
image of the body.
body is as real as anything we deal with in the world. The
second attention is unavoidably drawn to focus on our total being as a
field of energy, and transforms that energy into anything suitable. The
easiest thing is of course the image of the physical body, with which we
are already thoroughly familiar from our daily lives and the use of our
first attention. What channels the energy of our total being to produce
anything that might be within the boundaries of possibility is known
as will .
At the level of luminous
beings the range is so broad that it is futile to try to establish
limits--thus, the energy of a luminous being can be transformed
through will into anything.
not merely whatever our common sense requires us to believe we are. We are
in actuality luminous beings, capable of becoming aware of our luminosity.
As luminous beings aware of our luminosity, we are capable of unraveling
different facets of our awareness, or our attention. That unraveling could
be brought about by a deliberate effort, as we are doing ourselves, or
accidentally, through a bodily trauma.
sorcerers deliberately placed different facets of their attention on
material objects. By unraveling another facet of our attention we might
become receptors for the projections of ancient sorcerers' second
attention. Those sorcerers were impeccable practitioners with no limit to
what they could accomplish with the fixation of their second
Be fluid, at
ease in whatever situation you find yourself. Your challenge is to deal
with people with ease regardless of what they do to you. Remember what I
have said, that it is of no use to be sad and complain and feel justified
in doing so, believing that someone is always doing something to us.
Nobody is doing anything to anybody, much less to a warrior.
You must let go of your desire
to cling. The very same thing happened to me. I held on to things, such as
the food I liked, the mountains where I lived, the people I used to enjoy
talking to. But most of all I clung to the desire to be liked. Those
things are our barriers to losing our human form. Our attention is trained
to focus doggedly. That is the way we maintain the world. Now is the time
to let go of all that. In order to lose your human form you should let go
of all that ballast.
Dissipating a mood through overanalyzing it wastes our power.
If you have the same vision in
dreaming three times, pay extraordinary attention to it. When
a dreamer dreams that he sees himself asleep he must avoid
sudden jolts or surprises, and take everything with a grain of salt. The
dreamer has to get involved in dispassionate
experimentations. Rather than examining his sleeping body, the
dreamer walks out of the room.
dreaming what matters is volition, the corporeality of the
body has no significance. It is simply a memory that slows down the
dreamer . If you do not stare at things but only glance at
them, just as you do in the daily world, you can arrange your perception.
That is, by taking your dreaming for granted, you then can
use the perceptual biases of your everyday life.
Wait before revealing a finding. Wait for the
most appropriate time to let go of something that you hold.
Losing the human form brings
the freedom to remember your self. Losing the human form is like a spiral.
It gives you the freedom to remember and this in turn makes you even
A warrior knows
that he is waiting and knows also what he is waiting for, and while he
waits he feasts his eyes on the world. The ultimate accomplishment of a
warrior is joy.
your fate in humbleness. The course of a warrior's destiny is unalterable.
The challenge is how far he can go within those rigid bounds, how
impeccable he can be within those rigid bounds. If there are obstacles in
his path, the warrior strives impeccably to overcome them. If he finds
unbearable hardship and pain on his path, he weeps, but all his tears put
together could not move the line of his destiny the breadth of one hair.
Fulfill your fate as a warrior not as a petty person.
Detachment does not automatically mean
wisdom, but it is nonetheless, an advantage because it allows the warrior
to pause momentarily to reassess situations, to reconsider positions. In
order to use that extra moment consistently and correctly, however, a
warrior has to struggle unyieldingly for a lifetime.
A warrior is someone who seeks freedom. Sadness is not freedom. We
must snap out of it. Having a sense of detachment entails having a
moment's pause to reassess situations.
Formlessness is, if anything, a detriment to sobriety and levelheadedness.
An aspect of being detached, the capacity to become immersed in whatever
one is doing, naturally extends to everything one does, including being
inconsistent, and outright petty. The advantage of being formless is that
it allows us a moment's pause, providing that we have the self-discipline
and courage to utilize it.
We unwittingly focus on fear and distrust, as if those were the
only possible options available to us, while all along we have the
alternative of deliberately centering our attention on the opposite, the
mystery, the wonder of what is happening to us.
There are no steps to anything a warrior does.
There is only personal power.
In the final analysis every dreamer is
different. There are, however, general states. Restful vigil
is the preliminary state, a state in which the senses become dormant and
yet one is aware.
The second state is
dynamic vigil. In this state one is left looking at a scene,
a tableau of sorts, which is static. One sees a three-dimensional picture,
a frozen bit of something--a landscape, a street, a house, a person, a
The third state is passive
witnessing. In it the dreamer is no longer viewing a
frozen bit of the world but is observing, eyewitnessing, an event as it
occurs. It is as if the primacy of the visual and auditory senses makes
this state of dreaming mainly an affair of the eyes and
The fourth state is the one in which you are
drawn to act. In it one is compelled to enterprise, to take steps, to make
the most of one's time. This state is called dynamic
You have to look after someone and take care of them in a most selfish
fashion--that is, as if they are your own self. Selfishness can be put to
a grand use. To harness it is not impossible. The surest way to harness
selfishness is through the daily activities of our lives.
You are efficient in whatever you do because you have no one to bug
the devil out of you. It is no challenge to you to soar like an arrow by
yourself. If you are given the task of taking care of someone else,
however, your independent effectiveness will go to pieces, and in order to
survive you will have to extend your selfish concern for yourself to
include the one under your care. You must honor them regardless of what
they do to you, and you must train your body, through your interaction
with them, to feel at ease in the face of the most trying
It is much easier to fare well under
conditions of maximum stress than to be impeccable under normal
circumstances, such as in the interplay with another under your
Further, then, you cannot under any
circumstances get angry with them, because they are indeed your
benefactor; only through them will you be capable of harnessing your
You take care of them as a means of
training yourself for the hardship of interaction with people. It is
imperative that you internalize a mood of ease in the face of difficult
Dreaming begins as a unique state of awareness arrived at by
focusing the residue of consciousness, which one still has when asleep, on
the elements, or the features, of one's dreams.
The residue of consciousness, called the second attention, is brought into
action, or is harnessed, through exercises of not-doing . The
essential aid to dreaming is a state of mental quietness,
called "stopping the internal dialogue," or the "not-doing of
talking to oneself." To teach you how to master it, I've made you walk for
miles with your eyes held fixed and out of focus at a level just above the
horizon so as to emphasize the peripheral view. This method is effective
on two counts. It allows you to stop your internal dialogue, and it trains
your attention. By forcing you to concentrate on the peripheral view, I
reinforced your capacity to concentrate for long periods of time on one
The best way to enter into
dreaming is to concentrate on the area just at the tip of the
sternum, at the top of the belly. The attention needed for
dreaming stems from that area. The energy needed in order to
move and to seek in dreaming stems from the area an inch or
two below the belly button. That energy is the will , or the
power to select, to assemble. In a woman both the attention and the energy
for dreaming originate from the womb.
Anything may suffice as a not-doing to help
dreaming , providing that it forces the attention to remain
fixed. The attention one needs in the beginning of dreaming
has to be forcibly made to stay on any given item in a dream. Only through
immobilizing our attention can one turn an ordinary dream into
one has to use the same mechanisms of attention as in everyday life. Our
first attention has been taught to focus on the items of the world with
great force in order to turn the amorphous and chaotic realm of perception
into the orderly world of awareness.
attention serves the function of a beckoner, a caller of chances. The more
it is exercised, the greater the possibility of getting the desired
result. But that is also the function of attention in general, a function
so taken for granted in our daily life that it has become unnoticeable; if
we encounter a fortuitous occurrence we talk about it in terms of accident
or coincidence, rather than in terms of our attention having beckoned the
thing that really counts in making the shift into the dreaming
body is anchoring the second attention. Attention is what makes the
world. What is important is to store attention in
The first attention, the
attention that makes the world, can never be completely overcome; it can
only be turned off for a moment and replaced with the second attention,
providing that the body had stored enough of it. Dreaming is
naturally a way of storing the second attention. In order to shift into
your dreaming body when awake you have to practice
dreaming until it comes out your ears.
I have given you three tasks to train your second attention. First,
to find your hands in dreaming . Next, to choose a locale,
focus your attention on it, and then do daytime dreaming and
find out if you can really go there. I've suggested that you place someone
you know at the site in order to do two things: first to check subtle
changes that might indicate that you were there in dreaming ,
and second, to isolate unobtrusive detail, which would be precisely what
your second attention would zero in on.
serious problem the dreamer has in this respect is the
unbending fixation of the second attention on detail that would be
thoroughly undetected by the attention of everyday life, creating in this
manner a nearly insurmountable obstacle to validation. What one seeks in
dreaming is not what one would pay attention to in everyday
One strives to immobilize the second
attention only in the learning period. After that, one has to fight the
almost invincible pull of the second attention and give only cursory
glances at everything. In dreaming one has to be satisfied
with the briefest possible views of everything. As soon as one focuses on
anything, one loses control.
The last generalized
task I gave you to train your second attention was to get out of your
body. This task begins with a dream in which you find yourself looking at
To elucidate the control of the
second attention, I've presented the idea of will .
Will can be described as the maximum control of the luminosity of
the body as a field of energy; or it can be described as a level of
proficiency, as a state of being that comes abruptly into the daily life
of a warrior at any given time. It is experienced as a force that radiates
out of the middle part of the body following a moment of the most absolute
silence, or a moment of sheer terror, or profound sadness. Those things
afford the warrior the concentration needed to use the luminosity of the
body and turn it into silence.
For a human being
sadness is as powerful as terror. Both can bring the moment of silence. Or
the silence comes of itself, because the warrior tries for it throughout
his life. It is a moment of blackness, a moment still more silent than the
moment of shutting off the internal dialogue. That blackness, that
silence, gives rise to the intent to direct the second
attention, to command it, to make it do things. This is why it's
called will . The intent and the effect
are will ; they are tied together.
don't feel our will because we think that it should be
something we know for sure that we are doing or feeling, like getting
angry, for instance. Will is very quiet, unnoticeable.
Will belongs to the other self. We are in our other selves when we
do dreaming .
such a complete control of the second attention that it is called the
Intent is present everywhere. Intent is what makes the
world. People, and all other living creatures for that matter, are the
slaves of intent . We are in its clutches. It makes us do
whatever it wants. It makes us act in the world. It even makes us die.
When we become warriors, though, intent becomes our friend.
It lets us be free for a moment; at times it even comes to us, as if it
had been waiting around for us.
Again, human beings are divided in two. The right side, which is
called the tonal , encompasses everything the intellect can
conceive of. The left side, called the nagual , is a realm of
indescribable features: a realm impossible to contain in words. The left
side is perhaps comprehended, if comprehension is what takes place, with
the total body; thus its resistance to conceptualization. All the
faculties, possibilities, and accomplishments of sorcery, from the
simplest to the most astounding, are in the human body itself.
The power that governs the
destiny of all living beings is called the Eagle or the
Indescribable Force . Providing the luminous shell that
comprises one's humanness has been broken, it is possible to find in the
Indescribable Force the faint reflection of man. The
Indescribable Force 's irrevocable dictums can then be
apprehended by seers, properly interpreted by them, and accumulated in the
form of a governing body. Thus the rule was formed.
The rule is not a tale. The rule states that every living thing has
been granted the power, if it so desires, to seek an opening to freedom
and to go through it.
To cross over to freedom
does not mean eternal life as eternity is commonly understood--that is, as
living forever. What the rule states is that one can keep the awareness
which is ordinarily relinquished at the moment of dying. I cannot explain
what it means to keep that awareness. My benefactor told me that at the
moment of crossing, one enters into the third attention, and the body in
its entirety is kindled with knowledge. Every cell at once becomes aware
of itself, and also aware of the totality of the body.
This kind of awareness is meaningless to our compartmentalized
minds. Therefore the crux of the warrior's struggle is not so much to
realize that the crossing over stated in the rule means crossing to the
third attention, but rather to conceive that there exists such an
awareness at all.
There is a common error, that of
overestimating the left-side awareness, of becoming dazzled by its clarity
and power. To be in the left-side awareness does not mean that one is
immediately liberated from one's folly--it only means an extended capacity
for perceiving, and above all, a greater ability to forget.
One has to be utterly humble and
carry nothing to defend, not even one's person. One's person should be
protected, but not defended.
It takes a very long
time to clean out the garbage that a luminous being picks up in the world.
We are so stiff and feel so self-important.
Stalkers deal with people, with the
world of ordinary affairs. Stalkers are the practitioners of
controlled folly as the dreamers are the practitioners of
dreaming . Controlled folly is the basis for
stalking , as dreams are the basis for dreaming
. Generally speaking, a warrior's greatest accomplishment in the second
attention is dreaming , and in the first attention his
greatest accomplishment is stalking.
In the absence of self-importance, a warrior's only way of dealing with
the social milieu is in terms of controlled folly.
Deal with the world exclusively in terms of
warrior never loses his mind under any circumstances.
A warrior is never under siege. To be
under siege implies that one has personal possessions that could be
blockaded. A warrior has nothing in the world except his impeccability,
and impeccability cannot be threatened. Nonetheless, in a battle for one's
life a warrior should strategically use every means available.
We must live our lives
impeccably for no other reason than to be impeccable.
Although human beings appear to a
seer as luminous eggs, the egglike shape is an external cocoon, a shell of
luminosity that houses a most intriguing, haunting, mesmeric core made up
of concentric circles of yellowish luminosity, the color of a candle's
Losing the human form is the only means of
breaking that shell, the only means of liberating that haunting luminous
core. To break the shell means remembering the other self, and arriving at
the totality of oneself.
An unconquerable pessimism overtakes a warrior at a certain point
on his path. A sense of defeat, or perhaps more accurately, a sense of
unworthiness, comes upon him almost unawares. A warrior's resolution to
live impeccably in spite of everything cannot be approached as a strategy
to ensure success.
The warrior enters into a state
of unsurpassed humility; when the true poverty of his human resources
becomes undeniable, the warrior has no recourse but to step back and lower
It is monstrous to think that the world
is understandable or that we ourselves are understandable. What we are
perceiving is an enigma, a mystery that one can only accept in humbleness
and awe. The two sides of a human being are totally separate and it takes
great discipline and determination to break that seal and go from one side
to the other. We have been put together by forces incomprehensible to our
reason. The only thing we do not have is time. Every minute might be our
last; therefore, it has to be lived with the spirit.
Perception suffers a profound jolt when we
are placed in states of quietude in darkness. Our hearing takes the lead
then, and the signals from all the living and existing entities around us
can be detected--not with our hearing only, but with a combination of the
auditory and visual senses, in that order. In darkness the eyes become
subsidiary to the ears.
Power spots are actual holes in a sort of canopy that prevents the
world from losing its shape. A power spot can be utilized as long as one
has gathered enough strength in the second attention. The key to
withstanding the Indescribable Force 's presence is the
potency of one's intent . Without intent there
and practice meticulously whatever you learn, and above all, be careful
and deliberate in your actions so as not to exhaust your life force in
The prerequisite for entrance into any of
the three stages of attention is the possession of life force, because
without it warriors cannot have direction and purpose. Upon dying our
awareness also enters into the third attention; but only for an instant,
as a purging action, just before the Indescribable Force
Stalkers become lighthearted and jovial and enjoy their
attention belongs to the luminous body, as the first attention belongs to
the physical body.
Dreaming is in
fact a rational state. In dreaming , the right side, the
rational awareness, is wrapped up inside the left side awareness in order
to give the dreamer a sense of sobriety and rationality; but
the influence of rationality has to be minimal and used only as an
inhibiting mechanism to protect the dreamer from excesses and
Our first attention is
hooked to the emanations of the earth, while our second attention is
hooked to the emanations of the universe. A dreamer by
definition is outside the boundaries of the concerns of everyday
The dreamers '
power to focus on their second attention makes them into living
slingshots. The stronger and the more impeccable the dreamers
are, the farther they can project their second attention into the unknown
and the longer their dreaming projection will last.
Dreaming is no illusion. It's a step toward the
control of the second attention; in other words, you are learning the
perceptual bias of that other realm.
There is no way on earth that we can order anyone or
ourselves to rally knowledge. It is rather a slow affair; the body, at the
right time and under the proper circumstances of impeccability, rallies
its knowledge without the intervention of desire.
The first principle of the art of
stalking is that warriors choose their battleground. A
warrior never goes into battle without knowing what the surroundings
To discard everything that is unnecessary is
the second principle of the art of stalking .
Warriors don't have the world to cushion them, so they must
have the rule. Yet the rule of stalkers applies to
The first precept of the rule is that
everything that surrounds us is an unfathomable mystery.
The second precept of the rule is that we must try to unravel these
mysteries, but without ever hoping to accomplish this.
The third, that a warrior, aware of the unfathomable mystery that
surrounds him and aware of his duty to try to unravel it, takes his
rightful place among mysteries and regards himself as one. Consequently,
for a warrior there is no end to the mystery of being, whether being means
being a pebble, or an ant, or oneself. That is a warrior's humbleness. One
is equal to everything.
Apply all the concentration you have to decide whether or not to
enter into battle, for any battle is a battle for one's life. This is the
third principle of the art of stalking . A warrior must be
willing and ready to make his last stand here and now. But not in a
The fourth principle of the
art of stalking is; relax, abandon yourself, fear nothing.
Only then will the powers that guide us open the road and aid us. Only
The fifth principle is; when faced with odds
that cannot be dealt with, warriors retreat for a moment. They let their
minds meander. They occupy their time with something else. Anything would
The sixth principle: warriors compress time;
even an instant counts. In a battle for your life, a second is an
eternity; an eternity that may decide the outcome. Warriors aim at
succeeding, therefore they compress time. Warriors don't waste an
recapitulation is the forte of stalkers as the
dreaming body is the forte of
dreamers . It consists of recollecting one's life down to the
most insignificant detail.
The first stage is a
brief recounting of all the incidents in our lives that in an obvious
manner stand out for examination.
The second stage
is a more detailed recollection, which starts systematically at a point
that could be the moment prior to the stalker sitting, and
theoretically could extend to the moment of birth.
A perfect recapitulation can change a warrior as much, if not more, than
the total control of the dreaming body . In this
respect, dreaming and stalking lead to the same
end, the entering into the third attention. It is important for a warrior,
however, to know and practice both.
element in recapitulating is breathing. Recollecting is easy if one can
reduce the area of stimulation around the body. Theoretically,
stalkers have to remember every feeling that they have had in
their lives, and this process begins with a breath.
Write down a list of the events to be relived. The procedure starts
with an initial breath. Stalkers begin with their chin on the
right shoulder and slowly inhale as they move their head over a hundred
and eighty degree arc. The breath terminates on the left shoulder. Once
the inhalation ends, the head goes back to a relaxed position. They exhale
looking straight ahead.
then takes the event at the top of the list and remains with it until all
the feelings expended in it have been recounted. As stalkers
remember the feelings they invested in whatever it is that they are
remembering, they inhale slowly, moving their heads from the right
shoulder to the left. The function of this breathing is to restore energy.
The luminous body is constantly creating cobweblike filaments, which are
projected out of the luminous mass, propelled by emotions of any sort.
Therefore, every situation of interaction, or every situation where
feelings are involved, is potentially draining to the luminous body. By
breathing from right to left while remembering a feeling,
stalkers , through the magic of breathing, pick up the
filaments they left behind. The next immediate breath is from left to
right and it is an exhalation. With it stalkers eject
filaments left in them by other luminous bodies involved in the event
These are the mandatory
preliminaries of stalking . Unless stalkers have
gone through the preliminaries in order to retrieve the filaments they
have left in the world, and particularly in order to reject those that
others have left in them, there is no possibility of handling controlled
folly, because those foreign filaments are the basis of one's limitless
capacity for self-importance.
In order to practice
controlled folly, since it is not a way to fool or chastise people or feel
superior to them, one has to be capable of laughing at oneself. One of the
results of a detailed recapitulation is genuine laughter upon coming face
to face with the boring repetition of one's self-esteem, which is at the
core of all human interactions.
The rule defines
stalking and dreaming as arts; therefore they
are something that one performs. The life-giving nature of breath is what
also gives it its cleansing capacity. It is this capacity that makes a
recapitulation into a practical matter.
recapitulation is the most expedient means to lose the human form. Thus it
is easier for stalkers , after recapitulating their lives, to
make use of all the not-doings of the self, such as erasing
personal history, losing self-importance, breaking routines and so
stalker never pushes himself to the front. In order to apply
this seventh principle of the art of stalking , one has to
apply the other six. Only a master stalker can be a master of
controlled folly. Controlled folly doesn't mean to con people. It means,
as my benefactor explained it, that warriors apply the seven basic
principles of the art of stalking to whatever they do, from
the most trivial acts to life and death situations.
Applying these principles brings about three results. The first is
that stalkers learn never to take themselves seriously; they
learn to laugh at themselves. If they're not afraid of being a fool, they
can fool anyone. The second is that stalkers learn to have
endless patience. Stalkers are never in a hurry; they never
fret. And the third is that stalkers learn to have an endless
capacity to improvise.
Stalkers face the oncoming time. Normally we face time
as it recedes from us. Only stalkers can change that and face
time as it advances on them. They see time as something concrete, yet
We're warriors, and warriors have only one thing in mind--their freedom.
To die and be consumed by the Indescribable Force is no
challenge. On the other hand, to sneak around the Indescribable
Force and be free is the ultimate audacity.
What's needed to enter fully into the other self
is to abandon the intent of our first attention.
Be frugal and utilize every
bit of your energy without wasting any of it.
When I talk about time, I am not referring to
something which is measured by the movement of a clock. Time is the
essence of attention; the Indescribable Force 's emanations
are made out of time; and properly, when one enters into any aspect of the
other self, one is becoming acquainted with time.
The wheel of time is like a state of heightened awareness which is part of
the other self, as the left side awareness is part of the self of everyday
life. It can physically be described as a tunnel of infinite length and
width; a tunnel with reflective furrows. Every furrow is infinite, and
there are infinite numbers of them. Living creatures are compulsorily
made, by the force of life, to gaze into one furrow. To gaze into it means
to be trapped by it, to live that furrow.
Will belongs to the wheel of time. It is something like the
runner of a vine, or an intangible tentacle which all of us possess. A
warrior's final aim is to learn to focus it on the wheel of time in order
to make it turn. Warriors who have succeeded in turning the wheel of time
can gaze into any furrow and draw from it whatever they desire. To be
trapped compulsorily in one furrow of time entails seeing the images of
that furrow only as they recede. To be free from the spellbinding force of
those grooves means that one can look in either direction, as images
recede or as they approach.
Warriors have no life of their own. From the moment they understand
the nature of awareness, they cease to be persons and the human condition
is no longer part of their view. You have your duty as a warrior and
nothing else is important. So do your best.
challenge of a warrior is to arrive at a very subtle balance of positive
and negative forces. This challenge does not mean that a warrior should
strive to have everything under control, but that a warrior should strive
to meet any conceivable situation, the expected and the unexpected, with
equal efficiency. To be perfect under perfect circumstances is to be a
I will give you a formula, an
incantation for times when your task is greater than your
already given to the power that rules my fate.
I cling to nothing, so I will have nothing to defend.
I have no thoughts, so I will
I fear nothing, so I will remember myself.
Detached and at ease,
I will dart past the Eagle
to be free.
takes an enormity of strength to let go of the intent of
everyday life. One must place one's attention on the luminous shell. A
warrior must evoke intent . The glance is the secret. The
eyes beckon intent .
The reason why
seeing seems to be visual is because we need the eyes to
focus on intent . Our eyes can catch another aspect of
intent and that's called seeing . The true
function of the eyes is to be the catchers of intent
You should trust
yourself. On the left side there are no tears. A warrior can no longer
weep. The only expression of anguish is a shiver that comes from the very
depths of the universe. It is as if one of the Indescribable
Force 's emanations is anguish. The warrior's shiver is
The act of
remembering the other self is thoroughly incomprehensible. In actuality it
is the act of remembering oneself, which does not stop at recollecting the
interaction warriors perform in their left side awareness, but goes on to
recollect every memory that the luminous body has stored from the moment
This act of remembering, although it
seems to be only associated with warriors, is something that is within the
realm of every human being; every one of us can go directly to the
memories of our luminosity with unfathomable