There are stories of languages of power, simply knowing a word in this language would let you do things with energy that normal humans could not do. Many of your stories have this idea. They all come from a single language, only that language is not magical.

The way that you think shapes the way the energy moves in you. When you say, "I think" or "I feel" and that "I" is not ka ton, then you actually take your centre and take it out from your centre, and what follows cannot have power. Language itself does not have power, but it is very rigorous in its structure, and to communicate in it forces you to function in a very rigid, limited way. Limited in that you cannot be stupid, you cannot be careless, it's not allowed. But far less limited in that with this power you can do things, like a martial artist breaking a board or throwing a person larger than themselves. It is about stance, movement, flow, awareness.

This language is that. This is a very old language. All of your myths of this sort of thing are based in it. For years now, every so often, when Angel thinks of an idea, the word for it in this language comes to him. Like a person with amnesia suddenly recognising a person in a picture. And as he begins to put this language back together, he remembers the power that is has and it is useful to teach it, such that as you learn it, you will be able to think more clearly and handle senses and what you call shaping more clearly, more effectively, more powerfully.

Imagine being a 5 year old going into a Buddhist monastery. At first you learn to sit and you learn to breathe and you don't do much of use. You're surrounded by people much older than yourself, people who have been doing this for a long time, who can do these things you struggle with. One of the first things you learn is something you might call respect, but it's closer to awe, because they can with ease do a technique that you can't even understand how it's done. This language is traditionally taught in the same way. The only ones who can speak it and actually say anything, are those who have developed their inner systems to the point where the words have meaning. Those who attempt to speak it without the energy are like monkeys wearing clothes: they don't suddenly become businessmen, they just wear the form and look silly.

It's necessary to understand some of the culture. It is best taught in the way it has long been taught, by attitude when teaching.

The first word in this language you know, is "ka ton" - ka is like the definite article, "the"; "ton" is what you would call the "self", it's the guts. This word is used in the way you would use the word "I". You don't say, "I think", you say "ka ton". And to say it, you have to be in ka ton, powerful and centred. If you try to speak those words and you are not the self, you will immediately sense the wrongness of it, as will everybody listening, and they will lose much respect for you.

Respect is not a word you understand. In this culture, respect is fundamental and deep. One does not go to school and get a degree and is done. One acquires competence through long practise, and that competence is expressed in every gesture, in every word. So when one speaks, you hear that competence, you perceive it, and you look at them with awe because they have passed you by a long way in the path that you are walking. This is what the power of the word respect is. A sense of awe and honour and amazement that one has managed such powerful things that you are just beginning to understand. This respect is fundamental to the language. If you as a child use it badly, it fails to show respect for yourself and your teachers, and they will not return that respect to you, and they will refuse to teach you and you will never learn more. Because one who cannot respect themselves, doesn't deserve to know a way of power. They will only grow up and become a savage with great potential for harm. It is necessary to put long time units into taming the savage piece within, for everybody has it. If it is not tamed, then as you grow strong, it grows strong. A strong savage is a thing to be destroyed, or it will destroy the order-harmony of the system and of society.

Another word is useful to you. It is "feel". It is a word like "I", that you people throw about in a sloppy and careless way. Monkeys. When I say, "I feel", you've learned to pay attention, because that is the closest word you have. But in this language of truth, of power, there are many words for it. "Tcha ton" (dja tohn), means "I feel". With "ka ton" - notice the same word, "feel with the self". And it's not something used casually, it's used with power and focus. It's also a word used only by children, and primitives who are only learning sentience. A wiser one will not say Tcha ton, to be in the belly is a thing of children. "Tch mai", "Tcha kan", "Tcha'a a ne, "Tcha ?mogre". How you say it will depend on how you're scanning. "Tcha kan" means, when I sit here in the real mind, and scan it from there, and perceive all of its angles and reflections and build them into a single thing and sense the harmony of it." That is what "I feel", "Tcha kan", and none of you can use it with integrity. It is a great disrespect and a foolishness, the play of monkeys, to use these words without the respect they deserve. So if you were to say, "I feel", you would say, "Ka ton tcha ton", "I from the guts, feel from the guts". A child is taught to say it this way. As one grows a little bit, it gets simplified, clearly if it's you in the guts, that's what you're feeling from, and you can simply say "Ka ton tcha."

For instance, a simple word, one of the words for agreement, the most common one, is "ne". Also the Greek word for ne. So Ka ton tcha ne", means "I from the deepest sense of my guts have scanned it, and feel that it's a yes." Though as a beginner you may want to try, "Ka ton tcha ton ne". There are many more ways to scan. Things will not learn until you're much further along, and given the short lifespan of the species, some of them you simply won't have a chance to get around to. That is why there are many ways to say this. Tcha mai, Tcha kan, Tcha a ne, Tcha nigh." There are many ways to say, "I feel", and they all imply not only a different level of understanding but a different species of understanding. If you are trained to be a warrior and think as a warrior, you will not use the same word as someone who is trained to be one of the great seekers of knowledge, because you scan in a different way, and so you scan in a different way, and what you feel out of that is different. As one grows, one may learn the languages of others, nomenclatures, pathways, but one doesn't use them, because one has to earn the right, show a proficiency in it, before one can speak it in a way that doesn't dishonour, mock, cause those around you to lose respect.

Imagine a world where everybody could scan, not at a yellow or orange belt level, but beyond what you might consider black belt level, and every word is spoken from ka ton, ka mai. As soon as a word is spoken that it is out of that, it clangs like a broken bell, like a string in a piano that is broken and resonates flat and awful. It is not a language in which one can lie. It is a language which leads to greater awareness of the mind, of the real mind, of thinking, of comprehension, of the subtleties, and which requires clarity both in the expression of self and the essence of self. Thus is becomes almost a trivial thing to know what another is thinking, to read a mind, when that mind is trained the same way as yours. And with this level of integrity, communicating to another mind becomes trivial.

All the human languages are chaotic and random, there is no order and no effort towards order. Every child as an infant makes up their own categories and puts these labels on them. Over the years they'll tune those categories a bit so they can communicate, but the structures underneath - what you have heard called perhaps turtles under the balloons - they're wild, there's no order to them, and thus it's very difficult to communicate to a mind.

"Hanuma", you know this word. There is leftover, in the popular tales told to children in India, a series of a famous monkey king who was called Hanuman. What you people do not realise is that these are stories of people. "Ha" is people, and "man" means monkey. "Hanuma" is "the people of the monkey", because you are so astoundingly similar. If you look at your children, other than a little less hair and their remarkable lack of grace and strength, they are indistinguishable from chimpanzees. Not the great apes, humans didn't evolve from the great apes, they evolved directly from chimpanzees. There were others who evolved from the great apes, but they were destroyed. Humans were created from chimpanzees, and still their genetic markers are so similar, and it's why you are so fascinated with chimpanzees. There are many television programs where chimpanzees are dressed up as humans and undertake facsimiles of human interactions, and they fascinate you. When you decide to teach spoken language to an animal, it's the chimps you decide to teach it to. Dolphins are smarter. Whales are far wiser. Even some of the people of the air. But chimps are like you, so they appeal to you. "Hanuma." It is an apt description, but it's often used in a somewhat pejorative sense, because the people of the monkey play with their little furry pets, with their toys, they speak carelessly, they abuse one another with no regard to this idea of respect or awareness. They find such creatures fascinating.

To develop the ability to be able to communicate anything of substance in this language takes years of dedication, not unlike children in a Buddhist monastery. Years of learning the way and shaping the self. You have begun to sense some of this in the work you have done. How it has been necessary to sacrifice some of the anger and the childishness and to struggle to perform as an adult, as a sentient being.

There is a children's rhyme Angel was given more than a decade ago, "Metai cha ne ko, metai de no. Chi ne ka tai djo. Metai a to." Understand that this language doesn't have the m-sound in it, the people who spoke it couldn't make it. And the sound they make, you would find challenging to produce. So it is an approximation. "Metai" I have taught you, it's another word in this language. It's a word of children, but it's a word that becomes very important to children. In effect, "metai" means "it scans", but it means "it scans" in such a deep and powerful way, if 100 skilled people, "Tcha kan" were to review a thing, they would give the same answer. That answer would tend towards "metai". If you think of a summation of rectangles under a curve as an approximation to the area of the curve, what you get mathematically is a summation. You get calculus, an integral, a derivative. In effect, if you were to take a hundred experts, tcha kan, and have them scan a thing, it is an approximation to metai. Metai is the actual integral, the area under the curve.

"Na" means, approximately, "in the". So if you were to say "Tcha kan na metai", that is "I feel, after an intense third mind review from a place of power, in this energy of metai". It means "I feel in a sense of great harmony with the underlying great truths". Metai na Kirael. "Kirael" is one of the names of that core, deep energy that is the essence of light, it is the awakening of the heart that makes the first sentience possible, because without that a creature is still a primitive, and thus it is a thing - though not really explored in this language - that is deeply honoured. It is a thing which allows the most important transition that a species can make, from primitive animal to sentience. The "kirael" makes that possible. So officially, Tcha kan na metai na kirael", but that's kind of messy to say, so normally it would be "Tcha kan metai na kirael", the extra na being dropped because it's messy. It is a way of saying, "I have scanned this in harmony with the greatest things I know from a level you cannot even reach, and I feel from that place of great awareness and third mind understanding, and in harmony with the energy of the Kirael, this thing." Sometimes when Angel says a thing, his students will say "But what about this!" and "It could be that!" Hanuman! The people of the monkey!

Another word, is the word for "light". This isn't light like sunlight or candle, this is the light that stands against the darkness. This is the light that first awakens in the heart of the birth of sentience. This is the light that is the power and the beauty, the integrity and the wisdom, behind all that is. When Angel speaks of light vs. shadow, this is the light he speaks of. And an introductory level word for that is "taan". With a t-sound, not a d. And it doesn't have quite the clumsy glottal sound of the television character Da'an, it's just "taan". Very very slight stop, almost an elision. A powerfully important word, because when you say light, it could be a bulb, it could be a candle light, it could be making light as in making fun of. For you, light has many meanings. "Taan" has but one. It is a word of power.

So given the very limited number of words Angel's given us, it's difficult to construct a sentence, but you could say, "Ka ton tcha ton taan", "I from a place of power in the guts, scan in that place light." If you are struggling with the shadow in yourself or in the world, being able to say this with power is both a recognition that the light is there, and an awareness that you can, when you turn in, perceive it. Again it's a child's perspective, but it's a bit like a request. You're not actually requesting of the light, because it's always there, but it's "ka ton" is requesting of the higher pieces that it requires, that it requests, the light, and the higher pieces feeling the integrity of that request will share it. So it is both a recognition that there is light, and a request of the higher parts of the self to share that light. Done in the way this language should be done, it is a very powerful thing.

"Chi na, ma gej, el arhn, i gua, chen na, bara a", there are so many of these words that are useful to you. However, I have given you more than you can handle at this point, and if you are - the word here would be somewhere between wise and sentient, as opposed to an infant or hanuman - you will take these things and practise them. Not carelessly as a small child would, but with this version of respect. To say "ka ton" and when you say it, make the energy be "ka ton". To say, not "I scan" but "tcha ton" - I from this place in the guts, feel. "Taan", a sacred and important world. Kirael, metai, ne. To play with these words, not as an infant would play, but as a child deserving of respect would play. And in this way to require a proficiency in them, because without this proficiency you have not built a structure to which you can attach the later things. This is not so much the foundation of a building, more the skeleton of one of us, the basics of the skeleton. Without a firm skeleton, the most powerful muscles are lumps of flesh. The organs collapse into a puddle and no longer function. The structure is the root. Without that structure, that form inducing skeleton, the rest of the system cannot function, cannot even survive, and definitely cannot prosper and become sentient, wise, powerful, aware. The first step is to begin to develop the skeleton. It will be a child size skeleton, but all start with a child skeleton, and through time and effort grow it into a skeleton of an adult, and then hang upon it whatever is necessary for their path, their walk through life. So, practise, and begin to develop the skeleton into a thing of as great a power and strength as you can.

Angel, 2014-11-18

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