Each person constantly forms the intent, but he does it unconsciously and often forcedly. Have to try to get a good grade in school or University, due to the fact that the conscience or sense of guilt does not allow differently, a sense of duty obliges to the parents or to yourself, is forced to get a loved one to like you as a result of strong feelings, not giving rest, is forced to get a job with a certain income level or a particular specialization, because ambition does not allow otherwise, of necessity the availability of money in a certain amount, is forced because it is uncomfortable to work in another field, the parents insist, the diploma obliges, etc. As a result of these “forced” (“I need”) a person worries on any occasion (problem, situation), strongly concentrates on it (strong concentration is a key moment in the formation of intent), does something to solve it or achieve something and eventually comes to what went. So a person forms his own destiny, his certain life path and can’t do otherwise, because he does not see other opportunities, can’t overcome his feelings, thoughts, ideas, his conscience, someone’s pressure (teachers, parents, friends, family or loved one). Most people don’t try. Some people are guided by their fleeting “I want”, which are based on the desire to experience, to try something new and, often, these people achieve the desired, forming the intent here and now. The life of such people is much more interesting, brighter and richer, but what they do almost always remains the same unconscious moment. Yes, these people have more free energy (personal power), with the help of which they form the intent, but usually it is not their merit, but a consequence of certain conditions of birth. Their life turns out to be brighter, but also limited by concrete and mundane desires, filled with repetitions, and due to an unconscious approach to what is happening around and life in general they often do not bother themselves to make the proper conclusions, which can give their actions development, movement forward.
It is clear that the more free energy a person has, the faster he forms the intent, in other words, reaches the goal. One can break out of this circle of internal and external conditions if one pulls out one’s detach-ment, sobriety, objectivity, clarity (generally speaking, one’s second attention) and this can be done by everyone, truly calming down for just a few minutes. And all you need to do is stop on your usual way home, to work, to the University, to the store, to the training; take a deep breath, focusing on the breath, and look closely at what will be around you, flowing into the environment.
The path of life, which has the absolute majority of people, is a narrow path along which these people are moving with a constant speed, constantly looking only forward, to death. People do not realize that they can stop on this path and to rest, standing still, look to the side, and can run, can jump, back up, turn to the side, they can even turn aside and go on a different path of life and not only on the crossroad (side road), when life provides an opportunity, but also to do it yourself, rushing straight across the field, forest or river on a completely different path. They are so absorbed in their thoughts, which seem to them to be correct and rational, that they can`t suddenly stop and, leaning on the feelings, ask themselves is this their heart’s road, is it really brings satisfaction from life, is it makes sense to devote the whole life to this one path, this work or this person. They can’t take a sober look at their shortcomings, weaknesses, to abstract from the thoughts, from them-selves, from all that binds them to this path or makes this path weak and ugly, pull themselves together and change something. These people do not want to bother themselves in thinking about themselves, about their way, they do not want to be aware, they do not want to be free. They say they just want to live like everyone else, without thinking, and be happy. But in fact, they think even more, but only within the framework of their path, regretting about themselves or their worthless life. They do not make any effort to change anything or change randomly, obeying a fleeting “want” or “do not want”.
If you cannot be sure of the existence of the Power, that your perception (your attitude towards something) can change quickly and easily; that there is another center within you (another I) associated with feelings that can act completely independently from the mind and its thoughts and lead you to deep and calm states in which you can change your life for the better, realizing your true desires, change your destiny, then in moments of despair and sadness, doubt and regret, anger and fear just go out into the fresh wind (or fresh air) and breathe deeply as you can, staying in place and after each breath concentrating on the surrounding. At first breathe often, then less often, but keeping depth and concentrating more and more on surrounding. At the beginning, after a series of deep breaths, your eyes may get a little blurred, the unrest may become unbearable, and you will want to leave very much. It is very important to stay in place, and at the moment when the unrest reaches its apogee, exhale almost all the air, concentrate on the environment and as calmly as possible without breathing explore everything around. Then again do a series of three or four breaths and again watch everything is around. After the first or second series of breaths you will notice how the picture during the watching will become brighter and clearer. Deep breathing, especially in the wind, washes away thoughts from the depth. Make a few more episodes, and then breathe out of necessity, sometimes making deep breaths. If you will try to stay conscious during deep breath in and breath out (just feel the smell of the air and feel as it flows inside you) in the same time watching calmy that is in front of your eyes, you will get results for attracting of second attention faster and better. Don`t hold a very long look at anything and after blinking try to cover the whole picture, as if capturing the view as wide as possible all that on the sides. Drive thoughts away, don’t let them capture your view, your control. Stand for so long until the calm floods you completely, and then wait for good thoughts. After calm inspect carefully all around and everything on top of that nearby and that in the distance, take your time, but do not let the thoughts drown you again. When good thoughts come and peace fill with harmony, compare that was before and what you have now. Do not drive quickly good thoughts, but gradually focus more and more on the surrounding. Find something that attracts your attention, seems mysterious to you, looks bright and clear, brings unusual good thoughts and stay on this longer. Try to literally feel this place with sensations in the body. Don’t forget to breathe all the time. All this will take no more than 20—30 minutes.
During a long study of human behavior, seers found that the main factors fixing the assemblage point are internal dialogue and a sense of self-importance. These two factors eat up all free energy which a per-son can use for expanding and changing of a perception.
Internal dialogue is an endless dialogue that each of us has with himself, often unconscious. It corresponds to the activity of the human mind and manifests in the form of the constant presence of thoughts in our head. It forms in childhood, when others teach the child to engage in dialogue, which eventually goes inside and turns into a habit. In fact, internal dialogue is an escape from what is happening here and now, and gives a certain sense of security. In the internal dialogue is mainly a discussion (thinking) of self or other people’s actions, words, and based on the analysis the creation of restrictive settings of self and someone’s behavior (fixing self behavior and the behavior of others). Such restrictions often have a real impact on the world, as they form the intent (unconsciously formed command). In the internal dialogue, there is mainly an obsessive reassessment in the form of distortion, what was important and what was not important in the action or conversation that occurred (I did something wrong, I had to do it, and what would have happened if, why I did not say it, I have to go back and redo something, add, finish, explain, etc.). Often, it ends up being captured by some thought, an idea that leads to actions essentially representing your habits, weaknesses, and obsessions (in general, repetitions). The internal dialogue has a certain depth, going into the unconscious, and is the main factor of depressed mood, which increa-ses with age, if a person does not conduct any activity that reduces its impact. Overcoming the internal dialogue in all its depth leads to inner silence, the retention of which within a certain threshold time leads to the displacement of the assemblage point to the position of silent knowledge, in which the hidden abilities of a person become possible.
A sense of self-importance (essentially a hidden self-pity) is a feeling that accompanies almost all our thoughts and actions, often unconscious. The mechanism of its occurrence is a conscious or uncon-scious ignoring of internal uncalm (tension, excitement in the lower abdomen, where is the will; general excitement, anxiety, concern) in any action. Outwardly, it manifests in excessive involvement in what is happening (the expression of self in the surrounding, self ego) or excessive detachment from what is happening, self-acceptance, if pity is not hidden. It also manifests in many ways in the anxiety for what is happening inside, for self in the present and future (I worry about myself, what they will think about me, how I should behave, I can be scolded, beaten; I must intervene in what is happening – it will be better for me or for someone, so right or I do not need to intervene, nothing depends from me). It manifests, for example, even in such trifles, when you deliberately try not to notice the person, not to show interest first because of the reluctance to seem simple, easily accessible; try to be invisible, detached because of the reluctance to be in interaction due to fear or bias, while the situation has to interact; react irritated, dissatisfied, speak in a commanding tone without good reason or because people behave stupidly or unintentionally distract you from work, reflection. The sense of self-importance expresses in the nurturing of self ego, self-love, self-fixation and irresponsibility towards to self and to the world: I am what I am, do and say what I want, and I do not care about the consequences. It is often based on an excessive desire for independence. In ordinary life, it begins with the desire to separate from parents.
If a person struggles with a sense of self-importance and internal dialogue to accumulate free energy to expand his perception, then he can be considered as a warrior. The spirit guides man in the way of a warrior to move in the right direction. The spirit gives a person signs that help a person to avoid unpleasant and tense situations that exacerbate the sense of self-importance and internal dialogue. With the accumulation of free energy, the assemblage point of a person becomes more mobile, and perception (perception is closely related to the concept of attention) becomes more free and easy. The attention of a person begins to stay here and now to a greater extent, becomes stronger, more concentrated and makes it possible to dive deeply into what is happening. This makes a person’s life more intense and bright, fills his body with new feelings and sensations, and his actions become more complex and cease to be blindly subordinated only to the achievement of the needs of his ego. Ultimately, the spirit seeks to free the perception of a person from the shackles of internal dialogue, to make a person awared, awakened and to reveal the potential of his energy abilities, which is associated with the energy body of a person (double, dream body), awareness of which (remembering the another, true I) and occurs when the assemblage point is in the position of silent knowledge.