The Great Rebellion

Chapter 12. The Three Minds

Everywhere exist many rogues of the intellect without positive orientation and poisoned by the nauseating scepticism. Certainly, the disgusting poison of scepticism infected human minds alarmingly in the 18th century and since.

Before that century the famous Nontrabada or Encubierta island, located off the coasts of Spain, used to become visible and tangible constantly.

There is no doubt that such island is located in the fourth vertical. Many are the anecdotes related to that mysterious island.

After the 18th century the aforementioned island was lost into eternity, nobody knows anything about it.

At the times of King Arthur and the knights of the round table, nature's elementals were manifest everywhere, profoundly penetrating into our physical atmosphere.

Many are the tales about leprechauns, jinns and fairies which still abound in green Erin, Ireland; unfortunately, all those innocent things, all that beauty of the world's soul is not perceived by humanity anymore, due to the pedantries of the rogues of intellect and to excessive development of the animal Ego.

Nowadays, the know-alls laugh at all these things, they do not accept them, although deep down they have not even remotely reached happiness.

It would be different if people understood that we have three minds, possibly they might even be more interested in these studies.

Regrettably, learned ignoramuses, enclosed inside the nook of their difficult erudite elaborations, do not even have time to deal seriously with our studies.

Those poor people are self-sufficient, they are conceited with vain intellectualism, they think they are going the upright way and not even suppose that they are deadlocked.

In the name of truth, we must say that in synthesis we have three minds.

The first one we can and should call Sensual Mind, to the second one we will give the name of Intermediate Mind.

We will call the third one Inner Mind.

Now we are going to study each one of these three Minds separately and in a sensible way.

Unquestionably, the Sensual Mind elaborates its concepts-of-contents by means of the external sensory perceptions.

Under these conditions the Sensual Mind is terribly coarse and materialistic, it cannot accept anything which has not been physically demonstrated.

Since the Sensual Mind's concepts-of-contents are based on the external sensory data, undoubtedly it cannot know anything about the real, about truth, about the mysteries of life and death, about the soul and the spirit.

Our esoteric studies seem madness to the rogues of the intellect, who are totally trapped by the external perception senses and bottled among the sensual mind's concepts-of-contents.

Within the reason of unreason, in the world of craziness, they are right, because they are conditioned by the external sensory world.

How could the Sensual Mind accept something which was not sensual? If the data from the senses serve as the secret prompter for all of the Sensual Mind's functionalisms, it is obvious that the latter must originate sensual concepts.

Intermediate Mind is different; however, it does not directly know anything about the real either, it limits itself to believing and that is all.

In the Intermediate Mind are religious beliefs, unbreakable dogmas, etc.

Inner Mind is fundamental for direct experience of truth.

Undoubtedly, the Inner Mind elaborates its concepts-of-contents with the data supplied by the superlative consciousness of the Being.

Unquestionably, the consciousness can personally experience the real.

Without doubt, the consciousness truly knows.

Notwithstanding, for manifestation, the consciousness needs a mediator, an instrument of action, and this latter in itself is the Inner Mind.

The consciousness knows directly the reality of every natural phenomenon, and can manifest it through the Inner Mind.

To open the Inner Mind would be the suitable thing to do, in order to get out of the world of doubts and of ignorance.

This means that only by opening the Inner Mind is genuine faith born in the human being.

Having looked at this question from another angle, we will say that materialistic scepticism is the particular characteristic of ignorance.

There is no doubt that learned ignoramuses are a hundred per cent sceptical.

Faith is direct perception of the real; fundamental wisdom; personal experience of that which is beyond the body, affections and the mind.

We should distinguish between faith and belief.

Beliefs are deposited in the Intermediate Mind, faith is characteristic of the Inner Mind.

Unfortunately, always exists the general tendency to confuse belief with faith.

Although it might seem paradoxical, we will emphasize the following: “HE WHO HAS TRUE FAITH DOES NOT NEED TO BELIEVE”.

Authentic faith is lived wisdom, exact cognition, direct experience.

It is the case that for many centuries faith has been confused with belief and now it takes a lot of work to make people understand that faith is true wisdom and never vain beliefs.

The sapient functionalisms of the inner mind have as intimate prompters all those formidable data of the wisdom contained in the consciousness.

He who has opened the Inner Mind remembers his previous lifes, knows the mysteries of life and death, not because of what he has or has not read, not because of what somebody has or has not said, not because of what is or is not believed, but because of terribly real, direct, personal experience.

The sensual mind does not like this which we are saying, it cannot accept this because this is something that goes out of its domains, this has nothing to do with the external sensory perceptions, this is alien to its concepts-of-contents, to what it was taught at school, to what it learned from the various books, etc, etc, etc.

This that we are saying is not accepted either by the Intermediate Mind because in fact this contradicts its beliefs, detracts from what its religious tutors made it learn by heart, etc.

Jesus the Great Kabir warns his disciples by telling them: “Take heed and beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and the Sadducees”.

It is ostensible that with this warning Jesus referred to the doctrines of materialist sadducees and of hypocritical pharisees.

The doctrine of the sadducees is in the Sensual Mind, it is the doctrine of the five senses.

The doctrine of the pharisees is situated in the Intermediate Mind, this is indisputable, irrefutable.

Evidently, pharisees gather at their rites so that others say that they are good people, to pretend in front of the others, but they never work upon themselves.

It would not be possible to open the Inner Mind if we did not learn to think psychologically.

Unquestionably, when somebody starts to observe himself, it is a sign that he has begun to think psychologically.

As long as one does not admit the reality of one's own psychology and the possibility of fundamentally changing it, undoubtedly, one does not feel the need of psychological auto-observation.

When one accepts the doctrine of the many and comprehends the need to eliminate the different “I”s which one carries in one's psyche, with the purpose of liberating the consciousness, the essence, undoubtedly, in fact and in one's right, one initiates psychological auto-observation.

Obviously, the elimination of the undesirable elements that we carry within, originates the opening of the Inner Mind.

All this means that such opening is something which is accomplished gradually, as we disintegrate the undesirable elements that we carry in our psyche.

Whoever may have eliminated the undesirable elements from within in a hundred per cent, obviously, will have also opened his inner mind in a hundred per cent.

A person like this will have the absolute faith.

Now you will comprehend the words of the Christ when he said: “Even with faith as small as a mustard seed you can move mountains”.

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