You, and the enemy you have so proudly “defeated”, BOTH OF YOU, are still prisoners in a bigger game.

If you take your time to exteriorize from the situation,

enough to be able to observe which side of the dichotomy

you are dramatizing

 (good guy or bad guy sort of thing)

 if at that point you are strong enough to become transparent

and let all that pass you through,

only than you will feel the taste of freedom.


Yesterday, I had a very interested conversation

with an acquaintance.



He was telling me about a spiritual teacher in Sedona.

The teacher studies and workshops are dedicated

to the boosting of spiritual power.


Basically, he was explaining me in totally different words,

the energy waves system,

the lower and the higher frequencies in this universe,

as I’m researching it.


As you became “clean” spiritually,

you became less and less energy

(as energy is what past, assumed identities,

false and stable data, implants, and “future”, are made of).

The wavelength on a very high state of being is almost unperceivable,

yet it does contain a great potential power.


Again, this demonstrated how knowledge goes up as in a pyramid.

And, at the top, you find people of many different cultures,

colors and believes.


This guy mentioned that,

when something bad was happening to him,

his energy level was getting solid

and therefore he felt losing his spiritual power.

It is also true to my knowledge.


One of the things I’m working on now, is transparency,

 the absence of thoughts.

The world pushes you around. It demands from you,

in form of emergencies, immediate action.

It makes you feel you better do something about right away,

when somebody abuses you.

…It gives you alway a reason to be in a fight, war…

… to play the opponent.


It tells you, you do not have time to think,

but you need to act, to hit right back.



that is a form of thinking.

An action prompted by an impulse dictated by words,

is the most aberrated solution.

As a spirit when you experience

the pressure (increase of solidity) due to injustice, unfairness

pain, loss, to fight back is seldom the right solution.


It might very well seem, from a material stand-point,

to be The solution.

But it is not.




You can stop the time.

Right there, where everything and everyone

is coaxing you into action.


If right there, you would take charge of the situation as a spiritual being,

and by disregarding all of that you would step out of time

to let all that energy through you,

if you were able to open the gates of your “heart” and

let go of all that must-do-/must-not-do,



if you take your time to exteriorize

from that situation, enough to see

which side of the dichotomy you are dramatizing

(good guy or bad guy sort of thing)

and to let  it go,

if you could achieve that transparency,

only then, you would be free.


Only then, you, as a potential power

would not be at effect on a sick game

where nobody wins.

Indeed it does not matter if you are the one alive in a war.


You, and the enemy you have so proudly “defeated”,  

BOTH OF YOU, are still slaves of a bigger game.


From a cow viewpoint, it does not matter which cows gets to eat the best grass as they both are going to be served for dinner.

J. Krishnamurti

You have been brought up, most unfortunately, on ideals.

Ideals are just words. They have no meaning whatsoever, they have no substance.

They are just the barren children of a vain, thoughtless mind!

You have been brought up on the ideal of nonviolence.

You go around preaching all over the world nonviolence.

Nonviolence is the ideal. But the fact is that you are violent in your gesture,

in the way you talk to your superior or your inferior.

Please listen to yourself. I am just pointing it out.

You are violent -violent in your gesture, in your thought, in your feeling, in your action.

Why can’t you look at that violence? Why need you have an ideal of nonviolence?

The fact is you are violent, and the ideal is non-factual;

so you create a contradiction in yourself

and therefore prevent yourself from looking at the fact of violence.

When you look at a fact you can deal with it:

you will say you are violent and accept it; you accept it and say,

‘I am violent and I will not be a hypocrite’,

or you will say you are violent and enjoy it,

or you will look at it without the ideal.

You can only look at an object or a fact or what is,

when there is no ideal, no opinion, no judgment; it is so.

Then the fact brings about an intensity of action in the immediate.

It is only when you have ideas about a fact that you postpone action.

When you realize factually that you are violent, then you can look at it,

you can go into it; then you can learn all about it, the nature of violence,

whether it is possible to be free or not;not as an idea, but actually.

So a religious mind has no ideals, no example, no authority,

because the fact is the only thing that matters, and that fact demands urgency of action.

– Collected Works, Vol. XV,25,Action by J. Krishnamurti



A lecture given on 3 November 1955



“The most valuable asset we have, actually,

is our ability to understand,

to do the right thing, to be kind, to be decent.

Amongst us we have occasionally the feeling like:

life requires that we be stern;

life requires that we be ornery enough and mean

enough to fire him; (…).

Life requires that. 


We must be stern, we must be mean, we must occasionally be ornery, and we must

steel ourselves to take an unkind action.

And we feel sometimes there’s something wanting in us,

because we refuse to take this unkind action. 


We feel we are being cowardly,

that we are ducking back from our responsibilities.

We feel the best way to solve the

thing would be to be a little bit mean about it. Get the idea?


We should be able to be tough.

That’s the darnedest trap there is.

That is a weakness. It’s a weakness. “







OT 8 is a start point.




I’m a Class VI auditor and Class IV C/S,

2 Flag Internships  and on OT7+

and I’m auditing daily on the solo’s upper levels on the OT band.




My team and I deliver in English, Spanish and Italian.



ITALY: Silvia Kusada/Maurice Pascal


Silvia Kusada


Class VI (SHSBC), Class IV C/S and OT 7+.

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