|7 Mar 2009 @ 20:36|
In contrast to the Gunas&Girapoli polarity procedures (see this BLOG for details), the 2-Point Process of Matrix Energetics [link] requires the 'practitioner' to enter a 'magic state' which creates around him or her the sensation of a 'magic space'. With him or her this will be true for others in the same space as well, like the 'client' and any observers.
Cause or Effect? that is, as always, the question. In other words, does the practitioner changes his state from 'ordinary' versus 'magic' or does the process is prompting the practitioner to enter a 'magic state'?
One could see the focus on two 'anchorpoints' as creating a polarity of same on front of him/her (In Ifa terms, invoking the polarity called Ogunda-Meji). By fixating on it for some time, he/her will 'overcharge' it and produce a transition towards the polarity called Osa-Meji. If one continues to 'firmly hold the points' and so-to-speak 'twists' into the now bending space, one is preventing a 'normal' merging (resulting in pleroma) or super-merging (resulting in Girapoli meta-states, aka Unity-key). Instead one is now entering the 'magic space-state' and so will the 'client'.
One of the effects of the described polarity transition (Ogunda twins towards Osa twins) is the 'moving of the assemblage point' that Castaneda (or Don Juan, if you like) talked about. When I did the first successful 2-point processes, I thought that this was my 'personal trick' to make this process work. But after careful reflection and considering the polarities at hand, I now think that there is a general oppurtunity at hand.
With a 'client' in the space of an Ogunda-to-Osa transition, the rigidity of the client's attachment of the assemblage point is losened. Perhaps much more so than that of the practitioner which would account for the temporarily loss of control of the body. Without a fixed assemblage point the body falls to the floor like a puppet on chopped-off strings.
So, what moves first, the 'assemblage point' or the 'client'?
It would be interesting to have students of the 'Magic Passes' (Tensegrity) who didn't yet succeed in moving their assemblage points (how many of those are around, actually, does anyone know?) go to an ME seminar or otherwise try to duplicate the process and see if those students can now make their assemblage points moving. I bet they would finally succeed!!
If the 'practitioner' already has a 'moveable assemblage point', the ME 2-point process is an interesting way to control WHERE one wants to move it. On the other hands he/her needs to be careful that the assemblage point is where he/her wants it AFTER the ME process as it WILL move.
And, although I don't know since how long the ME fellows are doing their magic work (I'm not associated with them and never met any of them personally), I'm certain they will in time also have their assemblage points moved just by repeatively do the 2-point process.
The notes above also gives a recipe for any students of Ifa/Girapoli how to approach both assemblage point question and mastering the 2-point process.
(descriptions of the Ifa polarities and the importance of polarities and its workings can be found in Polar Dynamics 1 US: [link], also available in Europe: [link] (Amazon France has the lowest price of all European Amazons for reasons I don't know ) More >