a message of peace
- here is a portion of our knowledge.you can find the rest at:
sorry if it is long ,but i had to do it,because there has been some
misundertanding about what we are promoting.so you can have a
sample,after which you can judge.
Existence is an infinite flux of infinite fields of energy
emanations of infinite light filaments called the Eagle or The
Supreme Consciousness or The Circle of Light or infinity, inundating
from an infinite void.
The first truth about awareness is that the world is as it looks
and yet it is not.
We think there is a world of solid objects out there, only because
What is really out there are the Eagle's emanations; fluid, forever
in motion, and yet unchanged, eternal.
Only a small portion of these emanations is within reach of the
Man perceives only a minute fraction of that small portion because
of the constraints of daily living. This is the known, or the world
of every day life, or the organic world of material substance.
The biggest section of that small portion is the unknown or the
other worlds of organic and inorganic worlds not perceived regularly
by the normal awareness. The unknown is veiled from man, shrouded
perhaps by a terrifying context, but which nevertheless is within
reach of the human perception if one succeeds in following the
golden path of knowledge.
The incalculable rest is the unknowable .It is the indescribable,
the unthinkable, the unrealizable. It is something that will never
be known to man or to any living being in existence.
The known and the unknown are really on the same footing, because
both are within reach of the human perception.
Whatever is beyond our capacity to perceive is the unknowable.
Living creatures are luminous bubbles made of the Eagle's
Human beings are made up of emanations encased in an egglike cocoon.
Man is an egg of circulating fibers of light, very fine threads
that circulate from the head to the naval. His arms and legs are
like luminous bristles, bursting out in all directions. Besides,
every man is in touch with everything else through a bunch of long
fibers that shoot out from the centre of his abdomen, around the
naval. Those fibers join man to his surrounding; they keep his
balance; they give him stability.
The emanations inside and outside the cocoon are the same filaments
of light. Sentient beings are microscopic points of light, attached
to the emanations of the Eagle.
The second truth about awareness is that perception is a condition
of alignment .The emanations inside the cocoon become aligned with
those outside that fit them. To perceive is to match the emanations
contained inside with those that fit them, which are outside.
Alignment is what allows awareness to be cultivated by every living
The emanations outside exert a particular pressure on the
emanations inside the cocoon which are always in motion, and makes
them stop moving. The luminous being is at that moment fixated by
The emanations are more than filaments of light. Each is a source
of boundless energy. And since the emanations outside the cocoon are
the same as the ones inside, their energies are like a continuous
pressure .But the cocoon isolates the emanations inside its web and
thereby directs the pressure.
The moment the pressure from the emanations outside fixate the
emanations inside, the being begins to watch himself. He notes
everything about itself, or at least it tries to, in whatever
aberrant ways it can. This process is called taking an inventory. It
is the internal dialogue by which we communicate to ourselves the
world and ourselves.
Human beings don't choose to take an inventory. To take an
inventory is the Eagle's command. The emanations are commands that
no one can disobey.
The third truth about awareness is that the consciousness of adult
human beings, matured by the process of growth, can no longer be
called awareness, because it has been mortified into something more
intense and complete, which is called attention.
Attention is the harnessing and enhancing of awareness through the
process of being alive.
There are three types of attention for human beings. The three are
not just types of attention, they are rather levels of attainment
human beings can reach. They are the first, second, and third
attentions. Each one is an independent domain, complete by itself.
The first attention is everything we are as average human beings.
By virtue of such an absolute ruler over our lives, the first
attention is the most valuable asset that an average human has,
perhaps the only asset.
The second attention is a more complex and specialized state of
awareness. It has to do with the unknown. It comes about when unused
emanations inside man's cocoon are utilized.
The third attention is a state of total awareness. It is when all
the emanations inside the cocoon are aligned at once and the glow of
awareness spreads all over them that the boundaries of the cocoon
are diffused and the inside emanations extend their glow beyond
anything imaginable, gliding into eternity.
The fourth truth about awareness is that perception takes place
because there is an agent present in each of us called the
assemblage point, which selects internal and external emanations for
alignment. The particular alignment that we perceive as the world of
every day life is the product of the specific spot where our
assemblage point is located.
In order for our first attention to bring into focus the world we
perceive, it has to emphasize certain emanations selected from the
narrow band of emanations that make our world. The discarded
emanations are still within reach but remain dormant, unknown to us
for the duration of our lives.
The first attention consumes all the glow of awareness so that
humans don't have an iota of energy left free. Therefore, to witness
the unknown one must have a surplus of energy. The unknown is the
superfluous part of the average man because man doesn't have enough
energy to witness its effects.
Human beings repeatedly choose to emphasize the same emanations for
perceiving because we were taught that those emanations are
perceivable, and because our assemblage points select and prepare
those emanations for being used.
The assemblage point of man appears around a definite area because
the Eagle commands it to be there. But the precise spot is
determined by habit, by repetitious acts.
The precise spot where the assemblage point is located is not a
permanent feature, but established by habit. Hence the tremendous
stress is put on new actions, on new practicalities. This will lead
to a new usage, a new spot.
We must be aware that the world is the result of the assemblage
point. Once that is understood, the assemblage point can be moved as
a consequence of new habits.
The fifth truth about awareness is that the human inventory or the
internal dialogue is what keeps the assemblage point fixed to its
original position. And once silence is attained everything is
We are forced to talk to ourselves by those who teach us. When
human beings are still infants they are taught by every one around
them to repeat an endless dialogue about themselves. The dialogue
becomes internalized, and that alone keeps the assemblage point
fixed. Those hundreds of teachers teach the infant where to place
his assemblage point.
Infants have no fixed assemblage point at first. Their encased
emanations are in a state of great turmoil, and their assemblage
points shift anywhere inside the cocoon, giving children great
capacity to focus on emanations that later will be thoroughly
disregarded. Then as they grow, the older humans around them force
the children's assemblage points to become steady by means of an
increasingly complex internal dialogue. The dialogue is a process
that constantly strengthens the fixed position of the assemblage
point, because that position is an arbitrary one that needs steady
When we were taught to talk to ourselves, we were taught the means
to dull ourselves in order to keep the assemblage point fixed on one
Since the exact position of the assemblage point is an arbitrary
one chosen by our ancestors, it can move with relatively small
effort after silence is attained. And once it moves, it forces new
alignment of emanations, thus new perception.
For the assemblage point to shift, it needs energy. Without enough
energy, the force of the new alignment is crushing. One must have a
surplus of energy to sustain the pressure of the new alignment which
never takes place in ordinary circumstances.
The sixth truth about awareness is that there is energy that comes
out of the alignment of emanations; this energy is called will.
Will is a blind, impersonal, ceaseless burst of energy that makes
us behave in the way we do. Will accounts for the perception of the
world of ordinary affairs.
Alignment is ceaselessly renewed in order to imbue perception with
continuity. To renew alignment every time with the freshness that it
needs to make up a living world, the burst of energy that comes out
of those alignments is automatically rerouted to reinforce some
choice alignment. And all the energy is put and not an iota is left
The assemblage point can be moved from within through the force of
intent, which is the purposeful guiding of will, the energy of
alignment. To accomplish this magnificent act one has to save enough
energy. All one needs is only a minimal chance, just to be cognizant
of the possibilities that men of knowledge have unraveled; the
aspect that makes alignment stationary is will; while the aspect
that makes it move is intent.
It is a great art to change the will, the impersonal force of
alignment, into intent, the personalized force which is at the
service of each warrior.
The only thing warriors need is to have enough energy to withstand
the new alignment and gain the eternal gift of freedom.