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We will now discuss the topic of balancing.  This balancing involves the energy centers or chakras, and also the balancing of the mind, body and spirit.


Catalyst and Balancing

“Prior to incarnation, in any incarnation, as an entity becomes more aware of the process of evolution and has selected a path whether it be positive or negative, at some point the entity becomes aware of what it wants to do with respect to unblocking and balancing energy centers.  At that point it is able to program for the life experience those catalytic experiences that will aid it in its process of unblocking and balancing.”1




“Picture, if you will, the One Infinite.


You have no picture.


Thus, the process begins.

Love creating light, becoming love/light, streams into the planetary sphere according to the electromagnetic web of points (geometric structure) or nexi of entrance.

These streamings are then available to the individual who, like the planet, is a web of electromagnetic energy fields with points or nexi of entrance (geometric structure).

In a balanced individual each energy center is balanced and functioning brightly and fully. The blockages of your planetary sphere cause some distortion of intelligent energy. The blockages of the mind/body/spirit complex further distort or unbalance this energy.

There is one energy. It may be understood as love/light or light/love or intelligent energy.”2



Balancing of the Energy Centers

“The balancing requires a meditative state in order for the work to be done.

While it is a primary priority to activate or unblock each energy center, it is also a primary priority at that point to begin to refine the balances between the energies so that each tone of the chord of total vibratory beingness resonates in clarity, tune, and harmony with each other energy.


Review Articles 200-203 for the necessary background information.


In the balanced individual the energies lie waiting for the hand of the Creator to pluck harmony.

The steps are only one; that is, an understanding of the energy centers which make up the mind/body/spirit complex.

This understanding may be briefly summarized as follows:


1. The first balancing is of the Malkuth, or Earth, vibratory energy complex, called the red-ray complex. An understanding and acceptance of this energy is fundamental.


2. The next energy complex, which may be blocked is the emotional, or personal complex, also known as the orange-ray complex. This blockage will often demonstrate itself as personal eccentricities or distortions with regard to self-conscious understanding or acceptance of self.


3. The third blockage resembles most closely that which you have called ego. It is the yellow-ray or solar plexus center. Blockages in this center will often manifest as distortions toward power manipulation and other social behaviors concerning those close.

Those with blockages in these first three energy centers, or nexi, will have continuing difficulties in ability to further their seeking of the Law of One.


4. The center of heart, or green-ray, is the center from which third-density beings may springboard to infinite intelligence. Blockages in this area may manifest as difficulties in expressing what you may call universal love or compassion.

When it is perceived that universal love has been achieved the next balancing may or may not be wisdom.

Love and wisdom, like love and light, are not black and white, shall we say, but faces of the same coin, if you will. Therefore, it is not, in all cases, that balancing consists of a movement from compassion to wisdom.


5. The blue-ray center of energy streaming is the center which, for the first time, is outgoing as well as inpouring. Those blocked in this area may have difficulty in grasping the spirit/mind complexes of its own entity and further difficulty in expressing such understandings of self. Entities blocked in this area may have difficulties in accepting communication from other mind/body/spirit complexes.  Blockages here also show as an inability to be honest with oneself or others.


6. The next center is the pineal or indigo-ray center. Those blocked in this center may experience a lessening of the influx of intelligent energy due to manifestations which appear as unworthiness.


7. The remaining center of energy influx, the violet-ray, is simply the total expression of the entity’s vibratory complex of mind, body, and spirit. It is as it will be, “balanced” or “imbalanced” has no meaning at this energy level, for it gives and takes in its own balance.

Whatever the distortion may be, it cannot be manipulated as can the others and, therefore, has no particular importance in viewing the balancing of an entity.”3



Balancing Exercises: Mind, Body & Spirit


The Mind

“To begin to master the concept of mental disciplines it is necessary to examine the self.

The polarity of your dimension must be internalized. Where you find patience within your mind you must consciously find the corresponding impatience and vice versa.

Each thought a being has, has in its turn an antithesis.

The disciplines of the mind involve, first of all, identifying both those things of which you approve and those things of which you disapprove within yourself, and then balancing each and every positive and negative charge with its equal.

The mind contains all things. Therefore, you must discover this completeness within yourself.

The second mental discipline is acceptance of the completeness within your consciousness.

It is not for a being of polarity in the physical consciousness to pick and choose among attributes, thus building the roles that cause blockages and confusions in the already distorted mind complex.

Each acceptance smooths out a part of the many distortions that the faculty you call judgment engenders.

The third discipline of the mind is a repetition of the first but with the gaze outward toward the fellow entities that it meets.

In each entity there exists completeness. Thus, the ability to understand each balance is necessary.

When you view patience, you are responsible for mirroring in your mental understandings, patience/impatience. When you view impatience, it is necessary for your mental configuration of understanding to be impatience/patience. We use this as a simple example.

Most configurations of mind have many facets, and understanding of either self-polarities, or what you would call other-self polarities, can and must be understood as subtle work.


The next step is the acceptance of the other-self polarities, which mirrors the second step. These are the first four steps of learning mental disciplines.


The fifth step involves observing the geographical and geometrical relationships and ratios of the mind, the other mind, the mass mind, and the infinite mind.”4



Further Info on Balancing the Mind

“The thoughts of an entity, its feelings or emotions, and least of all its behavior are the signposts for the teaching/learning of self by self. In the analysis of one’s experiences of a diurnal cycle an entity may assess what it considers to be inappropriate thoughts, behaviors, feelings, and emotions.

In examining these inappropriate activities of mind, body, and spirit complexes the entity may then place these distortions in the proper vibrational ray and thus see where work is needed.

In the context of doing work in the disciplines of the personality, in order to be of greater efficiency in the central acceptance of the self, it is first quite necessary to know the distortions of the self which the entity is accepting.

Each thought and action needs must then be scrutinized for the precise foundation of the distortions of any reactions. This process shall lead to the more central task of acceptance. However, the architrave must be in place before the structure is built.

To the student of the balancing process we may suggest that the most stringent honesty be applied.

As compassion is perceived it is suggested that, in balancing, this perception be analyzed. It may take many, many assays into compassion before true universal love is the product of the attempted opening and crystallization of this all-important green-ray heart center.”5



Further Balancing Exercise

“Your emotions and your imagination both follow your belief.  When the belief vanishes then the same emotional context is no longer entertained, and your imagination turns in other directions.  Beliefs automatically mobilize your emotional and imaginative powers.

Few beliefs are intellectual alone.  When you are examining the contents of your conscious mind, you must learn, or recognize, the emotional and imaginative connotations that are connected with a given idea.

There are various ways of altering the belief by substituting its opposite.  One particular method is three-pronged:


You generate the emotion opposite the one that arises from the belief you want to change, and you turn your imagination in the opposite direction from the one dictated by the belief.  At the same time you consciously assure yourself that the unsatisfactory belief is an idea about reality and not an aspect of reality itself.

Quite deliberately you use your conscious mind playfully, creating a game as children do, in which for a time you completely ignore what seems to be in physical terms and “pretend” that what you really want is real.

If you are poor, you purposely pretend that you have all you need financially.  Imagine how you will spend your money.  If you are ill, imagine playfully that you are cured. See yourself doing what you would do.  If you cannot communicate with others, imagine yourself doing so easily.  If you feel your days dark and pointless, then imagine them filled and joyful.


As it took a while for the unsatisfactory beliefs to become materialized, so it may be a time before you see physical results; but the new ideas will take growth and change your experience as certainly as the old ones did.  The process of imagining will also bring you face to face with other subsidiary ideas that may momentarily bring you up short.  You may see where you held two quite conflicting ideas simultaneously, and with equal vigor.  In such a case, you stalemated yourself.

If you divert your thoughts from the negative ideas to the positive ones, then your concentration will begin to alter the balance.  The vast reservoir of energy and potential within you is called into action under the leadership of your conscious mind.”6



The Body

“It is necessary to know your body well.

This is a matter of using the mind to examine how the feelings, the biases, what you would call the emotions, affect various portions of the body complex.

It shall be necessary to both understand the bodily polarity and to accept them, repeating in a chemical/physical manifestation the work you have done upon the mind bethinking the consciousness.

The body is a creature of the mind’s creation. It has its biases.

The biological bias must be first completely understood and then the opposite bias allowed to find full expression in understanding.

Again, the process of acceptance of the body as a balanced, as well as polarized, individual may then be accomplished.

It is then the task to extend this understanding to the bodies of the other-selves whom you will meet.

The simplest example of this is the understanding that each biological male is female; each biological female is male.

This is a simple example.

However, in almost every case wherein you are attempting the understanding of the body of self or other-self, you will again find that the most subtle discernment is necessary in order to fully grasp the polarity complexes involved.”


The body complex has natural functions. There are natural functions which have to do with other-self.

Among these are touching, loving, the sexual life, and those times when the company of another is craved to combat the type of loneliness which is the natural function of the body as opposed to those types of loneliness which are of the mind/emotion complex or of the spirit.

When these natural functions may be observed in the daily life they may be examined in order that the love of self and love of other-self versus the wisdom regarding the use of natural functions may be observed.

There are many fantasies and stray thoughts which may be examined in this balancing process.

Equally to be balanced is the withdrawal from the need for these natural functions with regard to other-self. On the one hand there is an excess of love. It must be determined whether this is love of self or other-self or both. On the other hand there is an over-balance towards wisdom.

It is well to know the body complex so that it is an ally, balanced and ready to be clearly used as a tool, for each bodily function may be used in higher and higher complexes of energy with other-self.

No matter what the behavior, the important balancing is the understanding of each interaction on this level with other-selves so that whether the balance may be love/wisdom or wisdom/love, the other-self is seen by the self in a balanced configuration and the self is thus freed for further work.

Each sensation that leaves the aftertaste of meaning upon the mind; that leaves the taste within the memory shall be examined.”7



The Spirit

“The third area is the spiritual, and in this area the first two disciplines are connected through the attainment of contact with intelligent infinity.

The exploration and balancing of the spirit complex is indeed the longest and most subtle part of your learn/teaching.

We have considered the mind as a tree.

The mind controls the body.

With the mind single-pointed, balanced, and aware, the body comfortable in whatever biases and distortions make it appropriately balanced for that instrument, the instrument is then ready to proceed with the greater work.

That is the work of wind and fire.

The spiritual body energy field is a pathway, or channel.

When body and mind are receptive and open, then the spirit can become a functioning shuttle or communicator from the entity’s individual energy/will upwards, and from the streamings of the creative fire and wind downwards.”8



True Balance vs. Indifference and Stoicism

“The exercise of first experiencing feelings and then consciously discovering their antitheses within the being does not have the objective of the smooth flow of feelings both positive and negative while remaining unswayed and unemotional, but rather the objective of becoming unswayed. This is a simpler result and takes much practice.

The catalyst of experience works in order for the learn/teachings of this life to occur.  The end result we are seeking is that the catalyst is no longer needed.

This state of the catalyst no longer being needed does not come from indifference or objectivity but a finely tuned compassion and love which sees all things as love.

This seeing elicits no response due to catalytic reactions. Thus the entity is now able to become co-Creator of experiential occurrences. This is the truer balance.

Again, balance is not indifference and apathy but rather the observer not blinded by any feelings of separation but rather fully imbued with love.

To the truly balanced person no situation would be emotionally charged.

With this understood, the following may be said: The repression of emotions depolarizes a person in so far as they then choose not to use the catalytic action of experience in a spontaneous manner, thus dimming the energy centers.

Thus the gradual increase in the ability to observe one’s reaction and to know the self will bring the self ever closer to a true balance.

Patience is requested and suggested, for the catalyst is intense upon the planet and its use must be appreciated over a period of consistent learn/teaching.

To the balanced entity no situation has an emotional charge but is simply a situation like any other in which the entity may or may not observe an opportunity to be of service.

The closer a person comes to this attitude the closer they are to balance.

You may note that it is not a recommendation that reactions to catalyst be repressed or suppressed unless such reactions would be harmful to others.

It is far, far better to allow the experience to express itself in order that the person may then make fuller use of this catalyst.”9



Remember, All is Well

“We leave you in appreciation of the circumstances of the great illusion in which you now choose to play the pipe and timbrel and move in rhythm.

We are also players upon a stage.

The stage changes. The acts ring down. The lights come up once again.

And throughout the grand illusion and the following and the following there is the undergirding majesty of the One Infinite Creator.

All is well. Nothing is lost.

Go forth rejoicing in the love and the light, the peace and the power of the One Infinite Creator.”10


  1. Elkins, Rueckert, McCarty, The Law of One, Session 54.23,
  2. Elkins, Rueckert, McCarty, The Law of One, Session 15.9,
  3. Elkins, Rueckert, McCarty, The Law of One, Session 15.12,
  4. Elkins, Rueckert, McCarty, The Law of One, Session 5,
  5. Elkins, Rueckert, McCarty, The Law of One, Session 85.16,
  6. Roberts, Jane, The Nature of Personal Reality, Amber-Allen Publishing, 1974
  7. Elkins, Rueckert, McCarty, The Law of One, Session 5,
  8. Elkins, Rueckert, McCarty, The Law of One, Session 6.1,
  9. Elkins, Rueckert, McCarty, The Law of One, Session 42,
  10. Elkins, Rueckert, McCarty, The Law of One, Session 104.26,

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