The Recapitulation

The Recapitulation, a Powerful Tool in the Heart of the Warrior.

The Recapitulation

The Recapitulation is a blast from the past that brings one to the present

The Recapitulation used by the practitioner has two transcendental abstract goals of fulfilling a Universal code that demands that awareness be relinquished at the moment of death and the extreme pragmatic goal of acquiring perceptual fluidity. In other words, The Recapitulation is used to relive all the experiences of ones life to offer the Eagle its food. The average person is not concerned with SEEING. Things look very much the same to them every time they look at the world. However, when ones learns to SEE on the other hand, nothing is ever the same every time they SEE it, and yet it is the same. To the eye of a SEER, a human being is like an egg, and every time they SEE the same person they SEE a luminous egg.

At death the Warrior tricks the Eagle to win his/her freedom. This is one’s chance to have a chance that I have mentioned in previous posts. As with most of my posts there are deeper meanings that can be found with the eyes to see, and the ears to hear, the Heart to feel, and the Reason shut down (Inner Silence). I ask the reader to note that this post is written in common speak. As a Rose by any other name or spelling, is still a Rose. All one need do is feel the intent behind the words to receive their meaning. Power rests on the kind of knowledge that one holds. What is the sense of knowing things that are useless? They will not prepare us for our unavoidable encounter with the unknown.


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