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Month One

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Developing our Ability to Focus

[stbpro id=”download” caption=”1. The Exercise” image=”null” collapsing=”true” collapsed=”true”] To concentrate on an object in harmonious and complete way.

What needs to be done

Choose a simple, artificial (man made) object such as a pen, pin, pencil, chair, table, handkerchief, cup, etc. Find out everything about the object, write it down so that you can remember it well. Encyclopedias or the internet may be used as well.

Or one can familiarize oneself with the whole sequence of a production process, from raw material to finished product. Remain factual and objective the creating the sequence of the object came to be. It is good to picture the whole process vividly, like a movie and then run it backwards as well.

What should be avoided

  • Thinking in an undisciplined way
  • No shortcuts
  • Just allowing thoughts to come – you should be being completely engaged, actively involved in the structuring of a sequence
  • Dreaming off and losing the thread

What is important

To develop the habit of structuring organic processes of thought in such a way that they become a part of you.

Practical Suggestions

  • It is a good idea to carry out the exercise early in the morning, or at least before midday. This is because it makes you wide awake and fills you with energy and strength, even when done imperfectly.
  • It is a good sign to begin with – that is, during the first cycles of repetition of all six exercises – to practice with several different objects. Then, eventually, concentrate on just one (see also the ‘remarks’ below).
  • If it should prove impossible to consider all the details involved – which will be true particularly of the second step, the etheric level – then one should just create additional details to allow the exercise to progress in a flowing consecutive way. However, this imagining should be avoided as much as possible, for it is the utmost importance that the exercise be based on concrete, real facts.


  • When one starts to carry out the exercise in reverse, thinking backwards through the sequence, then a rhythmic, pendulum-like, thought wave can arise. This exercising of our ‘control of thoughts’ then gives us an experience of thinking as oscillation, as wave; it manifests as an activity of and with the etheric body.
  • The point of the exercise, as it has so far been described, is not to gain mastery of the process involved but only to prepare the ground for the real etheric process. Up to this point, the exercise can be carried out by means of our normal, intellectual thinking. The real exercise only begins when one has repeated it so many times and developed such good command of it that it becomes thoroughly boring.
  • Not until the exercise can proceed almost by itself and automatically, until it has grown to be habit and therefore a capacity of soul, will it become possible for us to direct our whole concentration and awareness away from the object itself to the wavelike vibrations and motions of the thinking etheric body, thus concentrating upon the pure activity of thought itself. That is the real point of the exercise: experiencing the inner life-force. When we can experience the nature of thinking in this way, the etheric stream corresponding to such thinking will also become perceptible to us. This is also true of the other exercises.


[stbpro id=”info” caption=”- Questions to ask about the object” image=”null” collapsing=”true” collapsed=”true” ccolor=”2e7cb9″]

  1. What are the forms, the components, the raw materials?
  2. How were the parts prepared and put together?
  3. Why and for what purpose was the object designed in this way? What are my feelings about it?
  4. Who invented it? When? Where?
  5. Why and for what purpose did the inventor think of it?
  6. How did this kind of object develop; what forerunners preceded it?
  7. What are the various different types of this object – varying in form, material, use, etc.?


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  1. Physical level (OUTER): form and material – all that can be perceived with the five senses
    • form, shape, size, colour, parts
    • weight, surface texture, structure, consistency, temperature
    • tone, density
    • type of odour and its intensity (e.g. cedar wood and synthetic material)
    • taste
    • material of the different components: wood, graphite and clay (in the lead), glue, varnish and printing ink (in the wooden shaft and the writing on it), rubber and brass fitting at the top
  1. Etheric level (OUTER): processes in time, activities (first in the separate parts, then in their combination)
    • wood: forest, cutting the trees, transport (as for everything that follows), sawing up, etc.
    • graphite mine: graphite and clay, mining, pulverisation, mixing, compacting, firing in the oven, etc
    • glue: raw materials, manufacture
    • varnishing and printing ink: extraction of oil and pigments, processing
    • rubber: raw materials of oil or latex, manufacture
    • brass fitting: mining, smelting, processing

Then one should think about the combining of all these materials in the factory, the packing of the finished pencils, their transportation to the shops, etc.

  1. Astral level (OUTER): design, feelings
    • design – function, ergonomics, economic considerations
    • feelings – qualities, suitability, aesthetic aspects, use
  1. ‘I’ level: nature, inventor

Who invented the pencil? Why and where and how? (Nicholas Jacques Conte invented the graphite / clay mixture in 1795, and created the pencil with it which has been hardly altered since then.)

  1. Astral level (INNER): need for the invention, purpose and significance, consequences for daily life and for general culture, etc.

Great advantages over the kinds of writing instruments available at the time of its invention; it therefore facilitated a new stage in cultural development.

  1. Etheric level (INNER): history of the development of writing instruments, effects upon cultural evolution
    • sequence – fingers, twigs, stones, brushes, stylus, slate pencils, chalk, quills, fountain pens, mechanical pencils
    • effects – aided the industrial revolution by enabling thoughts to written down quickly and easily
  1. Physical level (INNER): the concept ‘pencil’ and its various forms as physical, concrete objects
    • according to function – writing, drawing, marking, etc.
    • according to size – carpenters pencil, artists pencil, display pencil, pocket-diary pencil, etc.
    • according to shape – cylindrical, three, four, six sided, etc.
    • according to hardness – 14 different grades of hardness in total (from 9H to 6B)

These seven stages ultimately bring the pupil to a ‘pencil concept’ that contains all possible kinds of pencil, including potential future ones. An archetypal image of the pencil arises as a result, the “Ur-pencil” if you like.  Thus one proceeds from a single object to its archetypal form.


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An inner feeling of certainty and safety, but as though carried upon rhythmically flowing water; one should pour this feeling from the forehead over the back of the head, and down the middle of the back.


At the end of the exercise an endeavour is made to become fully conscious of that inner feeling of firmness and security which will soon be noticed by paying subtler attention to one’s own soul; the exercise is then brought to a conclusion by focusing the thinking upon the head and the middle of the spine (brain and spinal cord), as if the feeling of security were being poured into this part of the body.

The exercise awakens in the pupil a feeling of certainty and steadfastness, since it activates the chakra between the eyebrows. One should send the feeling from that point through the brain and into the spine.


After some time one can then start to notice a feeling of firmness and certainty in the soul. But you must not imagine that this is going to bowl you over. No, it is a very delicate, subtle feeling that you need to listen out carefully for. Those who state that they can find no trace of this feeling within themselves are like someone trying to find a needle in a haystack by trampling all over it – it is there but they miss it. One must become very still and quite and listen inwardly, then one can become aware of this feeling, chiefly in the forehead. Once one has sensed it there, one should imagine pouring it into the brain and the spinal column. One can then gradually start to sense streams of energy raying out from the forehead into the spine.

After doing this exercise, one will after a while come to sense a feeling of inner assurance and steadiness. This is a very specific feeling, and one should try to become very aware of it, and then pour it, as though it were water, into the head and spine.

Becoming aware of this feeling should follow directly after the exercise


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The capacity for thoughts become greatly strengthened. An organic, truly human quality of order either rises or is enhanced, as is the physical framework of the ego, in such a way that daily life can be more harmoniously structured[/stbpro]

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  1. Session One – Multidimensional and 3rd Eye Activation
  2. Session Two – Multidimensional Clearing