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Juanito


One calm sunny day, being on seashore, we noticed a Mahadouble of a Divine Teacher over a glade. As always, we began the acquaintance by asking His name. He resisted for some time:

“Why do you need it? It’s not important!”

But then He “gave up”:

“Juanito, a young Indian chief in the last incarnation.”

“When did You incarnate? At the time of Spaniards?”

“No, it was before the Conquest. I was the chief of a small tribe in Mexico.

“It was a tribe of explorers of the nagual. And it was tribe’s way of life — to expel unworthy people and to invite worthy ones from everywhere, from all other tribes. This kind of a ‘tribal’ spiritual School we had! In the history of this tribe, there were always about 100-200 students.

“Then the Conquest began, and we all were shot dead…

“And now — I remained alive and am with you!”

“Have You ever been with us before today?”

“Every time you met don Juan, I was nearby. This place I like especially!…”

“What about Mexico?”

“No, there remained no such people…

“And here — every clear day, I admire rising and setting of the sun!

“And I dream that any person from any corner of the planet could come here and develop spiritually!”

… We ask Juanito what, in His opinion, is the most important for us now.

He shows the meditation “the hat of Juanito” and says, laughing:

“Look at the Freedom! Now you look at all kinds of things: on your followers, on your foes… You have to look more forward: at the Freedom!

“Also, realize: I remain always That What I am independent of the conditions occurring on the material plane. You, too, have to master this: to be Me whatever happens around.

“One of the aspects of the spiritual warrior’s art of action is that he, if happened to be in adverse conditions, never merges with them but always remains true to himself. It is not places of power on the Earth’s surface that have to dictate you who you are, but rather you have to remain that what you decided to be — independent of the energetics of the surroundings and other influences!”

“Juanito! Tell us please about Your Path to the Creator, about Your tribe, which imparted from generation to generation the knowledge about the spiritual methods leading to the cognition of God! How did You learn, how did You help others?”

Juanito smiles with His whole Calm of the Consciousness, which gently envelops you from all sides… From this transparent Calm, images begin to appear, and words flow softly…

… Warm calm night… A fire is burning. A young Indian chief is sitting motionless and looks at the fire not with the eyes of the body, but with the eyes of the consciousness. Nothing disturbs the calm, but quiet crackling of the fire and distant cries of bird…

“Every member of the tribe learned to be ‘invisible’,” Juanito began narrating. “It was accomplished though gradual mastering of methods of total reciprocity. (Of course, we called it by different terms). In order to become ‘invisible’, one has to learn merging with the surroundings in deep calm. Naturally, one could not master this, ‘living in the head’: dissolving and merging is possible only from the lower bubble of perception.

“For hours, a student could be mastering the ability of becoming one with stones and rocks — and then the steadfastness and stillness of cliffs became such an experience of the consciousness that to spot the body of such a person, looking at it from a distance, was almost impossible…

“Then — trees, forest… Embracing the space with the consciousness, the student would disappear; the student’s body would merge with the surroundings and do not stand out against the background.

“Staying in calm-mergence taught students love. We had no special techniques for opening the spiritual heart, but we knew that man’s spirit abides in the center: where the source of breathing and heart’s rhythm is.

“Then one had to learn moving in this calm. We chose animals whose movements were most soft and graceful. And a student learned the ability of looking like one or several animals: to move softly, to see and hear the surrounding space with the consciousness, to give with the consciousness signs to a distance and to receive signs from others… If one stays with the consciousness in the lower bubble of perception and tries to see something that only an eagle can see from such a distance, then gradually one gains the ability to see with the consciousness that which cannot be seen by the physical eyes.

“Then, worthy students were initiated into young chiefs. Becoming a tutor for the beginners, a young chief could learn experiencing the students as clear as oneself, could learn love-care. At the same time, he could gain the ability to perceive the Higher Chiefs and the Supreme Chief — the Great guiding Power, the Supreme Will.

“He would master also the ability to see and hear in the space of the Spirit. Seeing, i.e. perceiving with the consciousness, leads to knowledge, to understanding the essence of what you see and hear.

“In this way, gradually, a student would come to the direct perception of God. And then — it is easy —as in your case: the methods of the final stages are not very different between different spiritual Schools; only their names differ in different languages. And the ability to dissolve and be that which you merge with, provided remarkable results: the transfer of the self-awareness into the world of the Spirit, the world of the Power could be accomplished very easily.

“In this way, we helped consciousnesses to move to the worlds of the Holy Spirit and then — to the Abode of the Creator. And every One Who achieved the Freedom became a Guide leading there others…”