Tuesday, May 24, 2016

The Secret Agent - SECTION – II Contd

If japa yagna has been prescribed by one Guide for Kaliyuga, yagnanan japayagnao asmi

Remember:    (1) Name should be combined with bhava, joy, compassion, oneness
(2) Thought and feelings offered with some care as flowers
(3) The object is not a personal benefit – but preparation of territory for occupation by the race the name ………..
...or influence with the territory concerned. They themselves may have no terrestrial body or need for one, but they may need special food or energy from the territorial source or its occupants and their actions. Some of these beings live on the energy released by anger, sex, disease, death etc of the inhabitants and they often provoke such situations and the inhabitants are unaware of this or blame one another for the events, for the misery, depression and loss of strength caused to them. The agent should be aware of such possibilities and train the mental component to be on guard.

Now taking the example of the territory which the agent finds himself in, we note the following:-

1. Within nine months in the womb, the body goes through a form and mode of existence that shows the gradation from fish, to animal with tail etc to man. After birth too the body shows traces of the past – the short tail bone, the appendix, the points on earlobes and so on.

2. If this is so with the physical base, the natives of the past have a strong hold on behaviour:

A dog buries the bones. Already this is a useless act that was once useful for the tiger and so on which hide part of their kill for a second eating later on. The dog buries the bone, because it is just acting on the memory of the past natives. Also even if it has eaten fully it will snarl and fight if it sees another dog with a bone. Some fears and anxieties and actions of the past natives continue to influence the mental being also who is presently in full occupation of the territory.

Some of the natives are realising the limitations of the territory or limitations in their own methods of using it. Some realise their helplessness and aspire for a change, but even the best of them cannot imagine anyway of doing it or even succeeding in it. The impulse to change is there, and the aspiration to change also is there, but the natives cannot easily willingly accept the taking over by a new race that challenges its domination.

When their aspiration calls forth an answer from the higher race they persecute it, or thwart it or subvert it and will continue to do so till the new race has gained sufficient territory. The present native cannot see that it is simply impossible for them to solve their dilemma by their own inferiority. A few of them one in millions is willing to partially surrender and to harbour an agent and submit to its action. Many have the agents within without their knowledge, but do their utmost to resist its action.

However, the new race will repeatedly and in waves attack till more and more territory is securely occupied. Its very presence would enable the present natives to lead a better life and enjoy a better fulfilment. The aspiration to change is an important force in this long history of the territory. Surrender to the higher race makes it easier, but the coming of the new race does not entirely depend on this surrender. The desire to change and surrender is already the influence of the coming race.
The agent must help the mental component to know to recognise the existence of the natives, the present and the past and the need to master them – which is simply to bring them to the master's’ notice, rather than get entangled by them and make allowances and petition on their behalf.

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