Man was born from Sapiens and to a single family. “(…)That afternoon while the group was exploring other paths in the mountain outside our usual route of walks, George assured that he listened, read and learned in no more than twenty-four months at the speed of whom remembers what he had forgotten. Why do we always associate religion to the place of birth and to the violent fundamentalism if Man was born from Sapiens and to a single family? Why do you read Genesis, The Talmud, the Bible, the Bhagavad Guita or the Qur’an… to the letter like a dogma? (Page 240)
Buddhismo con Kumara: Tana y Garuda en Murcia.“(…) Invitado por Kumara, un sábado en su casita acristalada y luminosa, en Las Torres de Cotillas, supo Jorge de la existencia de Tana (“Sed insaciable por lo que te falta y hastío por lo que tienes”) y se observó en el hábito de la reacción, con el fin de romper la cadena fatídica (acción-reacción-acción-reacción-…). Sintió a Shila (“Recta palabra, recta acción y vida ética”) y la sabiduría de Garuda (“Pájaro del alma y la libertad”), en vuelo sin fin ya equilibradas sus alas (Amor-Compasión y la Sabiduría). (Página 180).
“Om”, Swami and The Supreme Perfection or the Holy Ghost. “(…) Gurus, who are aware of the “I Am” in the form of an infinite light, head for their impersonal aspect or the wonderful voice sound “Om”, The Word made flesh in the Buddhist transmutation, The Supreme Perfection or the Holy Ghost. George has been inspired by the Swami wisdom that spreads the Surya light and which George felt on Emptiness, a skill meant to observe and tackle the interpretations of your insatiable ego. A hot evening in the pine forest George addressed his fellow members: –You think if you just pray to God He will fulfill your dreams. –George, do you think that if you ask Him for something He will bring you anything negative? –I waited for his answer. (Page 234)
Books, dogmas and the school of life. “(…)Untainted pages. Flawless. Blank pages wake up on the desks of the paper’s newsroom, unlike the printed mainstream at each birth. Haven’t you ever suspected you repeat some experiences you need to overcome if actually reincarnation exists life after life? Were you unaware of it till one day your conscious being at last wakes up? Anyhow, life is like a blank page (similar to the cover of this novel) which we jump into everyday. Sail bravely in your life! (Page 153) “(…) Let it be! You should know that even though you read one million books the best school to learn is to live your own life. Perhaps were you waiting for theoretical answers or dogmas? Learn always from life by living it and feeling happiness –it will be easier than you imagine. Dare to live! Have the courage to sail! Because you are a crew member of the vessel shown on the back page of this book. Give up darkness and ignorance, learn and share. (Page 245).
Gandhi, Pape Wojtyla, Teresa of Calcuta and Mandela. Because wisdom is beyond the word, as well as happiness invisibly vibrates behind every fact. Since I read in our friend’s eyes his spirit is encouraged by a truth that surpasses the boundaries of erudition and mystery. What supreme truth? You want to know. Will you dare to experience it? Some remarkable examples are the lives led by Gandhi, Pope Wojtyla, Mother Teresa of Calcuta and Mandela. Let it be! You should know that even though you read one million books the best school to learn is to live your own life. Perhaps were you waiting for theoretical answers or dogmas? Learn always from life by living it and feeling happiness –it will be easier than you imagine. Dare to live! Have the courage to sail! Because you are a crew member of the vessel shown on the back page of this book. Give up darkness and ignorance, learn and share. (Page 245).
The Messiah, humility and mercy, and Teresa of Calcuta. ”(…) You can tune your will power to the divine will. It is about tuning to the zenithal power Jesus and the other Children of God possess. Whenever Christ says “thy will be done” instead of his own will as a corporal ego, The Messiah is trying to convey a message of humility to Man. He is simply asking you to return your egomaniac free will subject to desires and suffering and give it back to the superior universal will. In the middle of the Christological lesson and the interesting debate George revered an admirable woman: –Her soul’s wisdom and pure, appealing love! –He took out a picture of Teresa of Calcuta to show it to us. (Page 235)
Universal sisterhood and learn from diversity. “(…) As he had experienced so much in such a short period of time George shared communion in retreats and nyntüm. He knew about the Jewish Sanhedrin and the Catholic synods. He met faithful followers of Henry Dunant at the Red Cross, of Teresa de Calcuta and Vicente Ferrer, Chiara Lubich and father Angel at Mensajeros de la Paz, Tagore, Gandhi and Lanza del Vasto, Saint Germain, La Ferrière, Leadbeater, Stanislav Grof and Eckhart Tolle, Erich Fromm, Sondra Ray, Conny Méndez. He also mastered Osho’s meditations. He was introduced to a Sephardic follower of Erasmus exiled in Sofia and Jesuits who were friends of Pedro Arrupe in the mutilated city of Hiroshima. (Page 238)
The sanskrit chakra and the ashram, Hermes and ‘El Kybalion’. “(…)Perhaps do you only see the fruit on the branches and pick it when you really want to enjoy it? To know nature is to know yourself! George learned to enjoy entirely his own life: tears and smiles. With the Ashram’s vibrating energy we get rid of our obsessions that make you sick. Your heart opens and the Sanskrit chakra spins stronger. And a better clairvoyant intuition is already flowing in your broadened conscience. Our friend met the valuable people at the Ashrams, i.e. Carmen and Antonio, Mari Carmen and Rafa Artola, Paloma and guru Carlos, and finally masters Josué and Elizabet, and so many other fellow travelers. At the Ashram situated on the Madrilenian mountains Rafa appeared to George amid Antonio’s guitar strings. Led by him George met Hermes again whom Maya had tucked away in a corner of a shelf. But he found in that universal Esoterism master the most hidden universal teachings in Sapiens. Only thus did he notice such knowledge and recognized it. Who knows how long it had been in the background of the rambling memory? –George, read The Kybalion –suggested Rafa Artola to him–. Maybe it’s what you’re looking for. –A book? –More than a book. If you’re looking for an answer open The Kybalion. Choose a page at random! All the answers you’re looking for are inside it. In each sentence and inside you, too. (Page 220)
Thot, Cadmus and Enoch is Hermes Trimegisto? “(…) After a few minutes of deep, silent meditation we drank water from the spring again before reviving the traces of that initiation gathering: –Truth is permanent and eternal! –George gratefully recalled the memory of his mentor Hermes. One of the ladies taking part in that gathering deepened into the character and clarified that Hermes is the Greek name for Thot in Egyptian, Cadmusin Phoenician, and Enoch in Hebrew, all of them coming from the same alleged person, descendant of Adam and Methuselah. Sofia compared Hermes’ wisdom to “the bread of life and the vine tree of life” by The Good Shepherd in a fairer world. Once you have overcome the superficial wishes it is then when you recognize yourself and reach that state of full happiness. There were of course other contributions that enriched that debate. Joan explained something about Psychology and the so-called Western occultism place great emphasis on the purity of thought. Whereas, in the Eastern culture Karma is the action towards Perfection without obviating the Law of Cause and Effect, in the Eastern culture it is thought that creatures of the realms who are said to be inferior to humans are mindless and may generate judgments because they cannot distinguish what is right and wrong or what must be done, karma cannot not be generated in such a way, though. (Page 237).
Ten Sefiroth, Tiféret Shejiná, Ain-Sho, el ba-gua and Brian Weiss. “(…)He had sponge-like qualities, George was eager and carving for experiencing the transformative learning, with no dogmas nor university degrees, and assuming the essence of the seven sacraments in a symbiotic relationship with the ten sefiroth of the Qabbalah and Tyfereth’s infinite compassion combined with Shekinah’s feminine energy, the key to the mystical journey of the awakening of the soul. He put into practice Freud and Jung’s theories on dreams as well as the ones by Penroe. He studied and debated the theories by ba-gua and the Super Chords theory on parallel universes, supersymmetrical to the one we live in when we are awake. And he experienced in his own body Dr. Cabouli’s regression techniques to past lives based upon Brian Weiss. That afternoon while the group was exploring other paths in the mountain outside our usual route of walks, George assured that he listened, read and learned in no more than twenty-four months at the speed of whom remembers what he had forgotten. (Page 239)
Kriya Yoga, Samadhi and Satori (‘Gù, oh’), Christ and Krishna. “(…)The more you progress along the altruism path the least worldly tasks are attracted until they disappear from your mind and life. George breathed into his soul the Bhagava-Gita and Kriya Yoga by Yogananda, Ramakrishna by Ramdas and Krisnamurti. He felt the conscience irradiated by Samadhi and Satori (Gù, oh). Because the holy writings of the Vedas share with the Western ones that “God is the state of eternal Bliss” and love is born from the essence of the Supreme Being as well as wisdom and happiness that appear to the saints in that vision loved by each belief. –Christians see Christ like Hindis see Krishna or the Great Divine Mother. (Page 234)
Bab and Bahá’i (Persia): “Allahuabha! “. (…) Our friend consolidated his belief in the talks he had with Bab devotees to convey the message of the world reconciled in the diversity. George told us the happiness he felt when he first met Farhad: –Allahuabha! (God is the Greatest Glory!) –the Persian man welcomed him. –¡Allahuabha! –George hugged him. –With a pure, radiant, gentle heart…–Farhad offered him one of his mottos. –… make yours an old perennial, everlasting sovereignty: Freedom! Love! –George finished it as if another being were inside his body and answered for him. The self-sacrificing Bahá’í with his shiny balding head and skin tanned by the desert sun prays everyday that if someone warmly wishes friendship with all the creatures, that spiritual blessing brotherhood will be spread and the desire of others will be combined. The goal is to grow more and more until embracing the whole human mind. (Page 240)
Farhad and Bah-á’u’lláh’s tables.“(…) In the middle of the afternoon Farhad let him into his classroom where he was telling the kids a tale inspired on Bah-á’u’lláh’s tables: “Ye are even as the bird which soareth, with the full force of its mighty wings and with complete and joyous confidence, through the immensity of the heavens, until, impelled to satisfy its hunger, it turneth longingly to the water and clay of the earth below it, and, having been entrapped in the mesh of its desire, findeth itself impotent to resume its flight to the realms whence it came. Powerless to shake off the burden weighing on its sullied wings, that bird, hitherto an inmate of the heavens, is now forced to seek a dwelling-place upon the dust. Wherefore, O My servants, defile not your wings with the clay of waywardness and vain desires, and suffer them not to be stained with the dust of envy and hate, that ye may not be hindered from soaring in the heavens of My divine knowledge.” A blonde girl stood up and kissed the master. (Page 240-241)
The legendary Buddhist kingdom of Shambhala. “(…) Step by step, within the progressive detoxification and purification our body needs less food. As your organism is lighter, healthier and balanced because it is recycled cell by cell in order to develop extrasensory properties and perceptions. These cell-change mechanisms launch us to unimaginable attitudes. The scientific mind has been researching them since their existence was known. This vibrating and extrasensory frequency was discovered thousands of years ago, the Essenian people practiced vegetarianism within an evolutionary stadium, similar to the legendary Buddhist kingdom of Shambhala. All this to have our senses under control and get rid of the external and the matter. (…) (Page 225)
The Essenian congregation and Jesus of Nazaret, the Council of Twelve, The Last Supper or Séder de Pésaj (the Jewish Easter). “(…)All this to have our senses under control and get rid of the external and the matter. Within the Essenian congregation the erudites have situated Jesus Christ as the divine disciple, possessing the superhuman conscience of Khristos. And they believe he was the Master of Justice of the Council of Twelve (Essenian Institution) stating that Jesus Christ hosted The Last Supper or Séder de Pésaj (the Jewish Easter) before he was crucified as a proof of love to save Mankind. As time passes, a good ally to Sapiens during his growth, you will understand the brain extremisms or polarities hinder your evolution as much or even more than food excesses. They cannot be noticed when you endure a material slavery, nevertheless with the cell changes you can notice in a natural or innate way several intuitive keys which open orbits and powerful synergies in your neurons. It happens in such a way due to your thoughts, but only if they emerge from optimism and solidarity. Then you feel you are plunged into the lifestream which also runs inside you. And finally you act by yourself guided by that global experience beating inside you. I thought I understood George’s explanations and I asked him once again: –Is it about cosmic energy? George minimized his conclusion: (…) (Page 225)
Christ and the mercy that lies in every single human being. –¡Asalam alaikum! –¡Ua alaikum asalam! And Jadiyat y Muhammad, Amal, Ali y al-qu´ran (Qurán). The reiki from Usui and his statements.(See the Religion and Esotericism section at the end of the novel/Second Part)