3.4.2 The necessity of quietening the Mind and the Vital in the work on, with and through the physical body (in historical chronology) (2)

In recent years Ilse Middendorf has occasionally with those appropriately interested carried out a type of breathing which she calls “Thoughts silence” which however, as she informed me refers not only to the Mind but also includes the silence of the Vital. At this point in time it is necessary to connect that work with the focusing on the subtle-physical body which The Mother had formed. Possibly it will be even easier to achieve the “Thoughts silence” with simultaneous concentration on the subtle-physical body than it would be without such a focusing on it since without such concentration a “vacuum” would come


about which would induce reactions in the Mind and Vital.

In chapter 3.6.1 (Purification of the physical body) I go into the difference between the purification required according to whether people take a spiritual path or foreground the physical body. I would like already at this juncture to point out that it possible by means of breathing to let the Mind and the Vital recede into the background during the work on breathing without it requiring the processes of purification which are indispensable for spiritual paths.

Evolution of the Divine living within people Transformation of the physical body and the Perceptible Breath Experiences, Insights and Visions on the basis of the work of Sri Aurobindo, Mirra Alfassa and Ilse Middendorf
First published in the Internet On the 15th August 2001 a revised version is expected to be released in March 2019
Helge Langguth

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