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Be. What it stands upon and where it leads

An Annual Series of Meetings
by

Asaf Braverman

on 29 February 2016

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Transcript of Be. What it stands upon and where it leads

THE HEART (Horse)
TRANSFORMATION
THE BODY (Carriage)
THE MIND (Driver)
SELF-KNOWLEDGE
REALIZATION
Knowledge & Being
(Understanding, Verification)
Consciousness (Presence, Divided-Attention & Self-Remembering)
Positive Attitude (Faith in Verification versus Doubt)
Small Aims (spirit of experimentation)
Desire / Will (homecoming)
Self-Observation
Essence & Personality
Observing Habits (Alarm clocks, being out of patterns)
Micro-cosmos (Mirror principle)
The Many 'I's (Multiplicity & mechanicality)
Identification
Observing the Intellectual Center
Observing the Emotional Center
Observing the Moving Center
Observing the Instinctive Center
Four Lower Centers
Parts of Centers
& Attention
Observing Body Type and Alchemy
Separation & Naming
Second Line (Help from others, photographs, Third Force)
Formatory Parts of Centers
Useless & Useful Groups of 'I's
Using Thought (Attitudes - Broader Work 'I's)
Encapsulation & Work 'I's
Deputy Steward
Higher & Lower Self (& Law of Three)
Deviation
Difficult Groups of 'I's - Sex Energy
Buffers
Habits in the Moving Center
Habits in the Instinctive Center
Payment - Effort as Second Nature (& Law of Octaves)
Intellectual Parts of Centers
Imaginary Picture
Chief Feature
Conscience & Morality
Internal and External Consideration
Expansion - Third Line
Negative Emotions
Wit
Intentional Emotions - Empowering Work 'I's
Master
Be
Observing 'I'
Magnetic Center
Observing 'I'
Deputy Steward
Steward
Master
Transformation of Suffering
Steward
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