Tuesday, January 19, 2010

SECTION – I THE AGENT


A.
1.    This is a matter of self-discovery or self-revolution or self-realisation which is immediate.

2.    You are an agent or you are not an agent.  There are no gradations. An agent may remain for long confused as to his identity.  A non-agent may for varying periods, succeed in believing or making others believe he is an agent.  But the distinction is clear. 

3.    Your area of operation is that bit of territorial matter called `The Body’.

B.  Guidelines to Recognise Agent Status
1.  The Agent:  From very early childhood feels alien – the ways of the world around perplex and fail to impress – the world around including his own body is felt as foreign territory and himself as an occupant, emigrant, emissary from somewhere else – Many such occupied bodies or territories (hereafter called the First Base FB) get broken up, destroyed or deformed in the conflicts of adjustment – a few survive in a very distorted form and only late in life regain something of the agency.

        One in a thousand years came with open declaration of agency and left an impress for the benefit of other agents.  Their work and words may and do benefit everything else also, but that is a by-product of the superior force of the culture of the level of being they represent.  They are perhaps the advance guides for other agents.

         Their talk and concern is about the kingdom to come, the new race, the preparation for it.  Their talk and behaviour has nothing in common with the right and wrong, profit and loss motives of the present occupants and so called masters of the earth.  Their concern is not for mastery or overlordship of the earth, or perpetuation of man’s overlordship but the loving stewardship and service of all beings and preparation of a base.

2.  The Confused Agent:  Confuses his SELF with the body which is his first base, into which he has landed, and that is the source of all further distortion.  This first base into which he accidentally lands has its own history and peculiarities inherited and derived from animal and mental man which has for centuries been its inhabitant. 

         As soon as a sense of alienness crops up, instead of firmly attempting to re-educate and transform it to meet the needs of his race, his kingdom, he succumbs to punishment or bribery and finally returns without much accomplishment.  Some other agents get frightened, disillusioned and fervently pray for early retirement and recall to the Motherland.  They mistake this vision to be the reformation and reorganisation of Mental Man rather than the conquest of territory for their Motherland.  This deserves the word betrayal. Some others feel that their assignment to earth was for some punishment.  There are no rewards and punishment – An agent is assigned again and again till he acquires the material necessary for his conquest of a material base.  The natives usually call the confused agent as a simple-hearted misfit, a good chap easily deceived, harmless mad fellow.  An un-calculating simplicity mistaken for simpletonism and an unmistakable streak of compassion, often considered indiscriminate, towards all forms of life, a natural shrinking from cruelty and greed mistaken for softness and lack of prudence characterise him.


No comments: