..7..6..5 It Has Started
From the Master’s mystical experience (a fragment of a vision)
“I am standing by the fire sight of what used to be an ancient temple.
It is still smoking.
People are searching for something at this site.”
Important information was not included on the video of the Master’s lecture in Moscow 2, because of technical difficulties. This Information is about the movement of an energy body of a person while asleep. That information was important to better understand the HORA system. I will fill in this blank, by expanding the subject.
While awake we receive 90% of information through the eyes. Our eyes are strongly connected to the physical center of our body (the gravity center), for stable informational processing. Because the body is under gravitational pressure and the mind is under informational pressure the breath is constantly searching for balance. The breath is searching through the interest of the inner self, depending on what is dominating, the information or the body. These are 2 different energy coordinates — one in the eyes and the other in the body. The result of informational pressure, including gravity, is fatigue. Our inner self is forced by the survival instinct to chose its priority: what is more important, the mind or the body? An unconscious selection begins inside of the person.
The person is not free to choose one of these priorities because the social environment creates conditions in which a selection between people is made. A selection of a type of species is created when the social environment is stable for a long period of time. On one side is the mind is dominating, and on the other the body is dominating. This creates the upper and lower classes in society. There is a gravitational pull between these two. We can clearly see in our democratic times, the split and the attraction of the upper and lower classes. In between those two social classes there are the main masses of people who are searching. They want to have both at the same time — to be intelligent and physically developed. In the end only a few arrive at one of those two extremes — either physically fit as a professional athlete, or highly intelligent. There is a social demand for both situations.
Our spine contracts under the pressure of fatigue. When we rest our spine elongates. Our breath is constantly and unconsciously searching for a balance between compression and the release of the spine — between the body and the mind. This physiological model is spread out into the social environment, which is normal, where the majority of humans are wavering between these, mind/body, just as we have already stated above. (selection.)