Questions: How can the groups all over the world be constantly connected to the center so that they can constantly receive their power from the center?
Answer: I don’t know what else we can do. If you feel that there is no connection, you have to try to find out how to renew it. My teacher Rabash used to say: “My store is always open,” just as the Creator’s store is, as it says “the store is open and the shopkeeper sells on credit, and the notepad is open and the hand is writing and whoever wants to borrow can come and borrow.”
The invisible hand writes everything down and then the landlord will ask you to repay your debt, but you can still enter. This means that the owner doesn’t go out and shout and call the customers. He only opens the door to his store and that’s all. Whoever wants to enter can do so.
This is an example of how we have to go out to the world. We have to be ready for the most massive sales everywhere, so that everyone will feel comfortable to enter our store. But it doesn’t mean that we have to jump on every passerby, to knock on people’s doors, to force them, or to impose on them hoping that they will buy our product.
So it is up to you whether you will be able to keep in touch with the center. Don’t wait for us do it. We are too busy and there is so much we have to do in dissemination, in processing and publishing the materials for integral education, in moving to our new home, and in preparing the international convention in February 2014.
We cannot follow everything that happens to individuals in Moscow, St. Petersburg, New York, or San Francisco in addition to what we are doing. We don’t have the powers for that and it would also be wrong if we began to operate this way. If you were ordinary people without a point in the heart, then we would have to take better care of you. But since you do yearn for spirituality and have a point in the heart, everything depends on its development.
You have to make your own efforts, using your own powers, and the connection with us depends on you. You have to exert yourself so that you will not lose contact with the center and constantly make sure that you keep it. The moment you lose this connection, the connection loses you.
From the Talk during the Meal 10/25/13