The path of supramental consciousness – first through a body formed by The Mother on a subtle-physical level – to help it to a realization takes place exclusively (!) in the physical body, and through the work with it and on it. It does not take place through an intensification or healing of some other part of a person, neither through a higher Mind nor through their inner and psychic being, nor is it in any other way dependent on whether – and to what extent – the outer Mind and Vital are purged. Only in this way can a large (and requisite) number of people take part in this work. During the practical work on, with and through the physical body the Experience of Breath (after Ilse Middendorf) assumes great importance.
The work on a psychic-spiritual level including the purging of the Vital and the mental does not in any way become redundant through the work suggested here on the physical body. On the contrary: a physical body which no longer stands under the influence of the Cellular mind which have been working unchanged for three million years, but rather (at least partly) is unified with the consciousness of
the new subtle-physical body will give all endeavors a completely new basis above all in the purging of physical and mental so that the cathartic process can become in the words of Sri Aurobindo a “sunlit path” on which the so-called ego allows with greater pleasure itself to be led by an inner direction.
The work proposed here, through and with the help of the Experience of Breath to reach a silence of the Vital and Mind, preparing oneself intensely with sensing to concentrate on the subtle-physical body formed by The Mother, represents in no way a “further development” of the Perceptible Breath. Rather it affects its development in respect of the possibilities through it to be able to build up connections to the inner being. It is much more a very specialized application of the potentials which exist in the Perceptible Breath.
Sarti, the 19th May 2001