The Pillar of the Wise Man who walked “on two paths…”

(…) By revealing from adistance his figure coming along the way, looking at his posture and his step, then welcoming the bonoma and the bright face, after he’s approached, you might have already wondered what makes him so happy. No matter how many fears you had, you couldn’t project them into it, no matter what level of consciousness you were in. It didn’t seem like a mirror to reflect them.

Once upon a time, once… a Master (“the nameless one”),
… in the dedication of bright moments of companionship and plenty of creative moments of space of manifestation. “Drunk” being the diversity and beauty of the worldly situations encountered. A world with aspects always in opposition and yet without borders…

Around him, you felt an energy that would cancel out any possible anxiety. His simple clothes gave him anonymity, and his broad, unhurried gestures rippled like a barely glimpsed dance. Somehow, indefinable, almost surreal, you didn’t see the shadow of his body slipping on the caldera. His gaze wasn’t scrutinizing. He didn’t seem to want to know who you were, and moreover, you felt like he’d already read you. But you didn’t care. You felt accepted, valued and safe.

From time to time, he grabbed a bottle full of the aroma of the sun-kissed by the gods, which he passed from one hand to the other with wide, rounded movements, detached as if from Tai Chi’s practices. It seemed that even his clay companion was happy to be by his side.

When he met a group of people, he jovially invited anyone who wanted a sip. He pretended to walk in a wet way, simulating walking “on two paths”, so that he would generate a smile… For it is in human nature to give the wheel to the occasions of fun, especially at the expense of someone who seems weak, less knowledgeable, or to do the wrong thing to do things as we do ourselves…

If he was stopped to give his aromatic gift, he would also reveal the name of the two “herded paths”, which he “walked” at the time of the meeting of “thirsty” travellers.

  • First: “The Journey of the Maturity of the Ego” crosses three Levels of Consciousness – “The Shout” (N1), “The Search for the Inner Voice” (N2) and “The Whisper” (N3)
  • Second: “The Path of the Revelation of the Inner Self” stretches along the Levels – “Whisper” (N3) and “Silence” (N4)

Soaked in the opportunities suggested by the two “paths,” they asked for clarification. Each gave time and meaning, understandable and leisurely, giving meaning to the place and the moment where the two paths meet to allow you to walk like the Master “on two paths”, executing a mastery “long life dance”, meant to “lose” any “shadow”…

It specified that the maturation of the Ego will only be evident when your voice transforms from “Scream” to “The Whisper”, regardless of the challenges of life. But especially when resistance to any change has diminished. When will the release of attachments of any kind be visible – from ideas, emotions, feelings, habits, situations, events or things, whether they are aspects considered as “privileges” or as part of a certain “lifestyle”…

As for the Inner Self, he told everyone that he could only be revealed by communicating in “The Whisper”, but especially in the state of “Silence” obtained from deep meditations. The notion of “Self” can be understood as a manifestation of the “Divine”, of the “Universal Energy” that surrounds us with content, giving us the motivation of the openness to knowledge and becoming. (…)