Tuesday, February 23, 2010

I. (a) Oneness

         This compassion – literally meaning to vibrate with – Anukampa – makes the agent soon realise that he is not just in one body, but that he is many bodies at once.  The resulting confusion is created by and made use of by the mental occupant.

         Examples of Compassion:  The agent sees a person who is hungry.  The vibration of hunger is felt and responded to at once by the best available means – offering food, if not available wishing he had food, wishing him be happy even without food.  It is no longer this other person is hungry, but I am hungry.  It may be a tree needing water, an animal in pain.  The feeling and action are immediate.  Even if there is no physically visible means – the best available action is initiated.  Someone else is provoked to offer food, water or attention.

         Example of the do-gooder:  He is most preoccupied with questions and things and thirst and pain in general.  How to organise to feed beggars whether they are hungry at the time or not and so on.

         Trees and gardens are given water – not because they are thirsty – but because, they can be sold later on at a good profit.

         The quality of Compassion makes it possible for the agent to train the body to get rid of its needs for gobbling food at stated intervals and quantities as decided by mental man – and make it open to nourishment as and when required by less and less gross, more and more subtle energy transactions.

         In fact the guides say that love and oneness is the key characteristic of the race to which the agent belongs and the agent’s job is to explore more and more territory to give it a firmer base on earth.

(b)  Compassion capacity has the disadvantage that it opens the territory to many vibrations and impulses inimical to the agent’s race.  By the Chief’s action he will be able to remove this source of reception within as well as origin from without.  If the agent is constantly at the listening part this danger is overcome.

J.  Double Surface of the agent:
         The agent is a fore-runner, a scout or operative in alien territory – perhaps he is not yet a full member of the race.  He has to have means of contact with the territory to which he has been sent and also with the country which has sent him and is like an electric plug, with two points for the mains and two for the outlet.  It is these two surfaces of contact that cause trouble.  If agent of one country X has to work in enemy country Y, he has to know the language, customs and so on of this country in order to create the base for his own people or the power that sends him.  But often this may work two ways.  With this capacity, agent from X may sooner or later get enamoured and infatuated with the people of Y and their ways and soon cease to have any contact or only false contact with the power to which he owes loyalty.  But a sense of strangeness will always remain and someday or other the mistake is rectified.  This delays operation.  But the power that has decided conquest will prevail and is soon to prevail so say the guides.

K.  Local Support
         The agent will soon discover that many natives are fed up of their life and ways and are living for something better.  In this search for the better, they have obtained valuable knowledge of the detailed mechanics of their territory.  The agent should use his mental surface to take advantage of this knowledge to his advantage and that of his race.

         For instance some of the intelligent natives have studied how the first base called the body works and learns and unlearns and how to train it, modify it, repair it and so on.  But even the best of natives wish to use this knowledge to indoctrinate the rest of the mass of beings and environment to serve this elite and its idea of good and bad.  This lopsided knowledge gives them enormous power for destruction of themselves as well as much that is aroused and even afar.  They have become drunk with their power of knowledge and with the powerful illusion that they are the unquestioned master to which everything else must bow and yield as slave or food.

         It is perhaps a cry of distress and fear from the man-ridden universe that has decided the supreme power to send a supramental race to invade and take over control perhaps – but the agent need not know why.

         Anyway it is better for the agent to know the weapons of the enemy and use them to his advantage.  He can also be on the look out for such of the natives as are desperately trying a way out.  Let such persons be made aware of the coming of the race and let them participate in the preparation for surrender of their base. 

L.  Mental Surface
         Knowing the methods of training the body and mind is valuable, but to the agent that unceasingly is at the listening part and obeys all necessary action automatically follows.  It is the agent in whom the mental surface is dominant and in whom this part has been for long indoctrinated by contact with the natives, that requires to be alert.  That part of it which knows itself to be an agent should gradually master the situation.  In fact it is this mental surface of contact which is unavoidable for the present stage of the war of conquest that had made it necessary for guides and guide books and so on.

M.  The agent is always pro, never anti
         As against pseudo agents, the agent is always pro-something or better still, he trains his mental surface to secure something positive for the transformation of the base.  This is his main task and he does not forget it.  He does not allow his mental surface to get clogged with fighting against something or other.  This fighting against something or other is a native custom.  The agent is always growing with, not against.  Like his venerable fore-runner the banyan tree whose rootlets only seek traces of water, and yet if a rock splits it is not its fault or active intention.

N. The use of the word of reference `I’
         As per local usage, the agent has to use the word – ‘I’ – for self referral.  The natives cannot exist without this word and all it means.  I, mine, me, belongs to me, does not belong to me, I and the world emphasising the separateness. Without separateness and status they don’t exist.  No thought or action proceeds without this reference to ‘I’, and what everything means to this I.  The world is meaningful and exists for the satisfaction or gratification of this.  Mental man is extinct without this I.

         The tiger kills or eats because it is hungry – hunger is satisfied.  It does not perhaps kill a hundred deer for me, and for my next year’s hunger and for my children’s hunger ten years later.  Man’s I has hunger in all the three tenses and wholesale plunder is the result.
    
         The agent has no need of ‘I’ except for the purpose of minimum contact with the area and purpose of his mission.

1 comment:

kalpana said...

thank you