Tuesday, September 24, 2019

THE PILOT’S POCKET BOOK - G

Remember that once you have become aware of the ground control the rules are as before:
1. Be always in contact with ground control.

2. Know the signs of the make and break of this contact.

3. If you cannot do some work without losing this contact, then remember that maintaining the contact is the first priority.

4. If this is done your so-called other work gets done in the best possible manner to the satisfaction of the ground control, though not necessarily to the satisfaction of the enemy forging your signature. You know the sign.

5. The ground control has sent you as an apprentice pilot and everything is given exactly as is needed for your apprenticeship. Your wages is joy in the journey. If you are receiving other wages then you are no longer in the pilot’s seat – the enemy is.

6. Your job is to learn to report accurately all that comes to your awareness without comment. If you garble your report with a view to particular result then it is the passenger who has briefed you.

7. Remember that ground control needs your reports and its work.

8. Your job is to stay in your seat at the control panel and to enjoy yourself. 



Tuesday, September 10, 2019

THE PILOT’S POCKET BOOK - F

Remember for Maintenance:

1. Know by direct awareness the parts and functions of your craft and all that concerns it and comes to it.

2. Isolate a disturbance and disturbed part and not allow it to spread.

3. If disturbance is shown by dysfunction – the awareness of pain, discomfort, irritability, depression, fault finding. For the true freedom is to experience and express peace, joy, love and oneness.

4. As soon as disturbance comes to awareness.

1. Direct the zone.

2. Establish peace and joy in all the possible areas.

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3. Direct this influence on the zone concerned.

4. Remember that the part is disturbed because it has lost touch with ground control – Re-establish or create it.

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

THE PILOT’S POCKET BOOK - E

(1) Work to be done at each point of time and place: your craft is equipped to do what is needed, nothing for you to do except keep it steady – It is the enemy who says `I work’ and when he means by work he is talking about something somewhere, sometime and never about this concrete moment of time and place. That is how he steals the fuel.

E. The Enemy’s Chief Weapon is Forgery

The Enemy Signs Himself `I’ as surely as you sign yourself `I’.

Signs of Forgery
The enemy I’s signature tune is `I want’ but never `I want to learn’.

1. Wants this or that, this route or that port irrespective of the condition of the craft or his capacity for control over it or desire to learn the control.

2. He pretends to be doing everything in the interests of the craft – but his job is something else, to plunder and pilfer the craft and the fuel and the ports of visit.

3. He himself does not know the controls but uses you to gain his object – by forging your signature.

4. Naturally the craft bucks, vibrates, shakes and trembles just as surely as a sensitive horse with a strange and cruel usurper in saddle.

The Pilot’s `I’

1. experiences joy in being the controls

2. experiences joy in the journey itself and not the ports of call.

3. That experiencing and training is the first mission.

GuĂ©rin Nicolas 



Monday, July 29, 2019

THE PILOT’S POCKET BOOK - D (III) Remember:

1. At once get back to the control room

2. A quiet joy in all conditions and at all times is the sign that you are in contact with control room and ground control.

3. All disquiet is sign that you have moved yourself or got pushed out from the control room.

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Monday, July 22, 2019

THE PILOT’S POCKET BOOK - D (II) Remember:

1. You are away from the control room.
2. You are lured by the port of call or bribed by curiosity to wander off from the control room.
3. You have therefore moved away from the overall protection and guidance of ground control when anything untoward happens.

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

THE PILOT’S POCKET BOOK - D (I) Remember:

Your craft is valuable and many hostile agents seek its possession. By every possible trick and weapon.

The signs of presence of the enemy

1. Anger.
2. Depression.
3. Uncontrolled passion.
4. General misery.
5. Elation at the misfortune of other pilots.
6. All signs of hate and possessive greed.
7. Grumbling and thanklessness.
8. Counting the other's badness and faults in people and situations.
9. Observing the Devil in others' craft and loudly warning the other pilots when any of these signs are present

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10. That the Devil is in the cockpit.
11. Wanting – feeling lack of something or other for instance lack of fuel. You lack nothing it is the craft that needs – And its needs are met if you are in the control room. It is the Devil that feels the need for fuel.
12. Concern with the results. The benefits of the journey and grumbling about the journey itself.

Monday, July 08, 2019

THE PILOT’S POCKET BOOK - C Remember:

1. Your mission is top secret.

2. At some point you will become aware of ground control.

3. Avoid curiosity about Who, What, Where is the ground control. It is dangerous as being curious about port of destination. The ground control may or may not reveal itself to you.

4. Be at the control panels and all is well.

3. The Highway Code for the Pilot

To ensure maximum efficiency, economy of fuel and peak maintenance.

All your troubles are rooted on your relation to other pilots.

1. Do not judge other pilots and all that you meet.

2. Do not dispute or argue with other pilots and all that you meet.

3. Do not preach to other pilots.

4. Do not seek satisfaction from any source other than your work or the ground control.

1. Express love for all pilots and all that you meet.

2. Express oneness for all pilots and all that you meet.

3. Express joy with all that you meet.

4. You may exchange information.

5. Express thankfulness and gratitude to all that happens to you. The ground control and everything else.

If you cannot do any of these things shut up and be silent.

Now you will learn and remember:

1. Your duty is to learn the controls.

2. Your mission is to express love and oneness towards all that comes to awareness.

3. You will soon know that both are linked.

RAJESH misra


Tuesday, July 02, 2019

THE PILOT’S POCKET BOOK - B Remember:

1. Your craft is fully automated for maintenance and fuel – The state of the craft and fuel it gets is proportionate to the level of control.

2. The only bit not fully automated is yourself.

3. If you lack of fuel – it is because you have left the control room. Your fuel requirements are automatically met if you are in control room.


haraldhobbit



Monday, April 29, 2019

THE PILOT’S POCKET BOOK - 2. Remember Again A

1. You are an apprentice pilot. Your first and last duty is to learn to master the controls.

2. If you forget this you are fit to be hijacked – Indeed you are already hijacked. Get back to the controls.

3. If you forget the controls you will lose the craft and you will be sent back again and again and again till you learn. Your first duty is to learn controls and not to choose ports. Get this first and last rule into your thick skull and all will be alright.


Aviatrix - Lt Mohana Singh






Sunday, April 21, 2019

THE PILOT’S POCKET BOOK - 1. Remember

1. You are the pilot, the captain, of this space-craft.
2. The equipment is complex – inputs and outputs.
3. Your First and Last Duty is to master the controls. Your craft can behave like a bullock-cart or a rocket-ship.
4. Your mission is top secret and confidential.
5. Your route and ports of call are exactly and mathematically the reflection of the level of your mastery of the controls of your craft.
6. Learn, Learn, Learn the maintenance and controls of your craft - The route and destination will take care of themselves. Enjoy the journey and the destination will take care of itself.
7. Much of the time you will be passing through hostile territory. There is constant danger of being hijacked – Indeed, right now there is a hijacker in your craft.
8. The hijacker’s hallmark is to choose the route and port of call without regard to the condition of the craft. The short name for hijacker is Devil.
9. The pilot’s goal is maintenance and control of the craft.
10. You are the pilot in charge of learning controls of your craft. Learn the controls and maintenance takes care of itself.
11. Learn controls and the hijackers will be ejected.

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Wednesday, April 03, 2019

AUTO-PILOT'S MANUAL: X.


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  1. For the simple job of sitting in the control room and logging in the reports YOUR WAGES IS JOY IN THE JOURNEY!
  2. The honour of belonging to this pioneer force, the advance guard of the Godly Race to come on Earth, this select club is not equaled by any earthly or heavenly honour.
  3. You are on a top-secret mission with sealed orders which get revealed as you go along.
  4. However, what you are asked to do is no secret.
  5. If you find your wage packet contains any other currency than JOY, then look out for the Hijacker in the cock-pit. Get back into the magic-circle of the control room. 
  6. REMEMBER WHO YOU ARE AND WHAT FOR YOU HAVE BEEN SENT INTO THE BIT OF EVOLVING EARTH CALLED YOUR BODY!

YOU ARE A CONQUEROR COME TO FILL THE EARTH WITH LIGHT AND DELIGHT NOT A SUPPLICANT FOR THE FAVOUR OF THE EARTH AND ITS PAST!


AUM

Acknowledgement

Many are the names and forms in which THE ONE within me meets THE ONE without.

These are the names out of many that have contributed to my apprenticeship in PERSONAL AUTONOMY. ANONYMOUS; ASHIKA; AJAY; BARIN; CARSTAIRS; CHITRA; CHITRA; DEBRANJAN; GITA; KUSUM; LEWIS; LIGHT; MALAVIKA; MADHUKAR; MADHU; MARTHANDA; NARAYAN REDDY; PANKAJ; PRAMILA; RAVI; RAMAN; SASHIDHARAN; RAGINI; SIVACHANDRA; SIVAPRAKASH; TULASI; SHOPUN; VALENTINE; VIJAY; AND YOU.

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

AUTO-PILOT'S MANUAL: IX.

Your tenure of duty is:
  1. Till you are fed up.
  2. The craft is fed up with your bungling.
  3. The Hijacker has taken full charge.
  4. The Ground Control assigns you to another craft.
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