In the dance of the rain or the river’s flow, let the dance of life through you unfold.
you keep them on their treadmill of being unpleasant perception givers
To awaken is to find that life is beauty
It is said that if the Masters do go among them, the snow men will not eat or sleep, but stay in the open night and day, so great is their fear. These people have lost all contact with civilization, even forgetting that they had ever contacted other races or that they are the descendants from them, so far have they separated themselves from others.
We were able to get Emil and Jast to say but little about this strange wild tribe, nor could we influence them to take us to them. When we questioned, the only comment was, “They are God’s children, the same as we are, only they have lived so long in hatred and fear of their fellow-men and they have so developed the hatred and fear faculty that they have isolated themselves from their fellow men to such an extent that they have completely forgotten they are descendants of the human family, and think themselves the wild creatures they appear to be.”
“They have gone on in this way until they have even lost the instinct of the wild creatures, for the wild creature knows by instinct when a human being loves it and it will respond to that love.”
“All we can say is that man brings forth that which he gazes upon and separates himself from God and man, and in this way he can go lower than the animal.”
“It would serve no purpose to take you among them. It would instead, harm those people. We are in hopes some day to find some one among them who will be receptive to our teaching and in this way reach them all.”
LIFE AND TEACHINGS OF THE MASTERS OF THE FAR EAST v.1
Baird T. Spalding