Guide For Round Tables, Part 18

528.03Can our states be programmed?

Question: Is it necessary to lead the participants through all stages in each round? Should a person go through one or several sensory states at each meeting?

Answer: Any state of a person consists of several states, even if we cannot differentiate them. Therefore, you should not strictly limit yourself in advance. Today we are talking only about this and nothing else. A person may not understand and become isolated if he is not given the opportunity to maneuver to determine where he is.

Question: Suppose, at the next meeting, I want a person to feel the evil of his egoistic nature. I arrange the meeting accordingly. We discuss this topic, read excerpts from original texts, and do special exercises. I want him to feel it.

It is quite possible that now he is in a different state or, on the contrary, feels a surge of emotions and cannot analyze his egoism. Can these states be programmed?

Answer: No, this is impossible. The human soul cannot be programmed, organized, described, or put into any framework.

Question: How do you do it? You teach, there are several thousand people in front of you, and each is in some state of their own. But you still have some kind of lesson plan.

Answer: I imagine a prefabricated image and work for it. It is very bad when I need to isolate some of its properties, for example, North Americans or Africans, or someone else based on some earthly or spiritual characteristics. It is best when it is one image.

Question: But I, as a moderator, must plan these meetings, select materials, and prepare people for the upcoming states?

Answer: Of course. Otherwise how are you going to conduct workshops and all unifying events? And then each individual will feel some of his own states.
From KabTV’s “Management Skills” 7/9/20

Related Material:
Guide For Round Tables, Part 17
Guide For Round Tables, Part 16
Guide For Round Tables, Part 15

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