Gnosis, Book One, The Exoteric Cycle: Study and Commentaries by Boris Mouravieff

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When thought initiates movements within us, the motor centre is present and regulates the motor element of the phenomena. It is the same for feelings, passions, sensations etc. Thus a discovery made by the intellectual centre with the aid of the motor centre, is immediately communicated to the latter, then transmitted to the emotional centre, where it provokes corresponding reactions. That transmission can also take place in a different order. ': thought; emotion; movement. That shows that the three mental centres which embrace, regulate and express the life of our Personality, and also constitute its structure, are not autonomous.

One must acquire the interior memory of this unit, of this heartbeat, because the rhythm of esoteric exercises is always regulated in accordance with it. The first exercises are done in the following manner: inhale during four heartbeats, hold your breath for four heartbeats, then exhale similarly during four heartbeats. This movement must be executed harmoniously, without sudden changes. A shiver may appear; constant persistence in these exercises will eliminate it at a later time. It is the same if great distress appears.

10. Fr. 'sans tentative de replatrage'. 11. Matthew ix: 12; Mark ii: 17; Luke v: 31. 16 our being. This work is to be done in stages according to a definite programme. We recognize four distinct levels of being, correlated with the four levels of consciousness: a higher level of being and three lesser ones. As with consciousness, the higher level of being rests upon lower levels. The lowest of all levels belongs to every living body, but extends over a wide scale of values. Certain animals, especially among the higher mammals, touch the next higher level, that of humans.

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