c) Saluto-genetic Action

A fundamental element of the breathing work is not to work on the unhealthy or on what is missing, but rather directed to those parts or areas of the body which are already more conscious and have the power to raise the unconscious to the

conscious. Experts in this field term this a “saluto-genetic action”. The author knows only of a few processes which use this principle as a basis and with which the mother too worked on the physical body.

d) The necessary simplicity of the method

A very significant aspect of the similarity of both methods is as The Mother always emphasized that the workings of consciousness (and of nature) that brings about something momentous are simple and have to be. Of course the searcher has the subjective impression that it difficult to reach their goal. Already the length of the process makes the impression of “difficulties” appear. If the goal is reached, one recognizes – and The Mother referred to that – “everything is so simple”.

An example should make this clear:
Key into a computer program the computer ants There just two simple commands:
1. Search for a grain of sand which has not been used in the construction, and place one there where one which has been used is positioned –
When you cannot proceed any further take one grain of sand away and place it by another grain.

On the monitor as a result you build up anthills with corridors made out of industriously working ants which is astonishingly similar to hills put together by termites. The “blueprint of the anthill” which scientific research has up till now been supposed and sought for in the brains (or the genes) of the termites is consequently not in the least necessary, and would be much too complicated for one tiny termite’s brain – and in its practical realization.

Transposed into the work on the transformation of the physical body that means the method must in itself be basically simple. Complicated rituals, the sequence of events of exercises, conditions or pre-conditions would not be suitable to be accepted by consciousness and nature.

The Perceptible Breath is simple – everyone can breathe and acquire the ability to let the breathing come and go of its own accord.

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