The deeper spiritual path to governing.
Date: 2/21/2018 11:47:09 AM ( 4 mon ) ... viewed 136 times
“Seven Masters, One Path" by John Selby is incomparable for both it's depth of clarity as well as it's practical application and positive encouragement for developing a meditation practice. It is the single most influential book that I have on the subject. I have been working with this method for more years than any other approach.
Most recently with inspiration regarding the Gene Keys I began reading the second chapter to see what "light" John refers to for the mind. According to Human Design we are all nine-centered beings with two "head centers" consisting of: "Crown" and "Ajna". Anna Gate 11 corresponds to the 11th Gene Key with a Gift of Idealism plus the Siddhi of Light. In a most recent meditation I was inspired to make note of light for the mind as a research project. That then further inspired me to refer back to John's book from which I quote the following:
"From the Tao Te Ching's teachings, it's clear that (Lao Tzu) was in favor of leaders supporting the welfare of the people, and entirely against war, violence, official corruption, exorbitant taxation, and all undue interference in the life of the community. He posited an ideal leadership that was invisible and enlightened, knowing first hand the deeper spiritual path to governing.” -
Here’s “freedom of religion” with a healthy boundary regarding external government; something that may be of interest to every aspiring ‘free inhabitant’.
Inspired with the thought of the next step toward "Ideal Leadership" and especially in relation to Cheeta. I think of a "Leadership Training" based as Lao Tzu "posited ... that was invisible and enlightened".
 “Seven Masters, One Path" by John Selby; page 55 of Chapter 2: "Quieting the Mind - Lao Tzu".
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