The first objective as an individual is
identical to the first objective as a group: to arrange the elements in a functioning and
harmonic structure that will allow for a constant and slowly increasing flow of energy. If
the elements are not in place, the flow will not occur. If the elements are in place, but
the flow is too sudden or too strong it may burn out the apparatus. (Some initial signs of
this can be anxiety, uncontrolled anger, uncontrolled sexual drive, objectless feeling of
dread, etc.) It is crucial that one start very slowly, and continue to increase the amount
of energy one is working with at a very slow but steady pace. This will assure that you
can practice and manage to control the voltage before it explodes uncontrollably. At the
start you may be impatient to feel higher levels of energy quickly. If it is at all
possible avoid this tendency. Otherwise try it a couple of times, then come back and read
this paragraph again.
Experiment: Time Connections 1 - The Short
This experiment can last several weeks, months or even years.
The first time you do it, make a firm commitmet for 3 weeks, no more and no less. The
experiment takes up very little time each day since the crux of it is in the connection
between spaces over different times.
- Day 1- Start by writing on a piece of paper: "By the end
of this week I will write a short poem."
Now you will take a dictionary and open it up at random a total of 7 times. Each
time you open it point with your eyes closed at a word. Then open your eyes, and write
down the word that you find yourself pointing to.
Now, on the same sheet of paper write down "Tomorrow I will write the first
- Day 2- Write down two of the words and form a sentence with
them. Don't worry about the "sense" that it makes. If anything, try to feel its
rhythm and sound.
Now on the same sheet of paper write down: "Tomorrow I will write a second
- Day 3- Take another two words and write down a second sentence
Now on the same sheet of paper write down: "The day after tomorrow I will
write the second sentence."
- Day 4- You will take out the piece of paper with the 7 words
and the two sentences and you will read them out loud. You may make brief corrections to
them, based purely on their SOUND and not on their meaning.
- Day 5- Take another two words and write down a second sentence
Now on the same sheet of paper write down: "Tomorrow I will write the
- Day 6- Take the one remaining word and use it to create the
title of the short poem.
Now on the same sheet of paper write down: "Tomorrow I will finish the
- Day 7- Read the whole poem out loud and make any final
corrections that seem necessary (or none at all, if the poem sounds the way it should.)
Write down the whole poem on a separate piece of paper, by itself, and set it
- Repeat the whole process.
The essentials for electricity to flow: a closed circuit, firm
Going over the details of the electrical cords, the connections in
between, the isolation mechanisms, the safety precautions