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Where to Begin?
WingMakers: An Introduction to a New Teaching for a New Century.
An Introduction to the Wingmakers Project.
Visual Glossary
Topical Arrangement of the Q & A Sessions with James
Activating Techniques
Mind-Body Movement Instructions
Mind-Soul Comprehension Instructions
Detailed Index of the Four Neruda Interviews
Lyricus Discourse Commentaries
Lyricus Discourse: Experiencing the Wholeness Navigator
Emotional Clearing & Light Distribution
Learning about the Human Instrument
Hierarchy
The Individuated Consciousness
Philosophy Excerpts

Chamber 16 and the MEST Universe


Where to Begin?

One of the most challenging questions we are asked about the WingMakers material is, “Where should I begin? There is so much information.” This may not be the right question...
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WingMakers: An Introduction to a New Teaching for a New Century.

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An Introduction to the Wingmakers Project.

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Visual Glossary

The WingMakers Visual Glossary is brought to life by John with visual diagrams that help to anchor the fundamental, but sometimes elusive principles of the WingMakers into our awareness. This is a 44-page tour-de-force that really helps to ground these abstract concepts.

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Topical Arrangement of the Q & A Sessions with James

Between 2001 and 2003 the Lyricus Teacher/Translator, James, answered many questions put to him by various individuals. These stimulating answers and comments have now been organized into topics for easier study. The attached PDF document contains a clear table of contents and a helpful diagram showing how the topics relate to each other. Due to the nature of the various Questions and Answers, John has also included a "definitions of terms" page to assist us in our understanding.

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Activating Techniques

The WingMakers Chamber Four Philosophy paper, "Beliefs and Their Energy Systems", offers a series of techniques designed to utilise the materials in specific methods so as to assist an individual upon their personal pathway of activation and transformation. Provided below are some helpful instructions along with downloadable and printable forms that can be utilised in the process of experiencing the techniques.

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Mind-Body Movement Instructions

The following is an excerpt from the Chamber Four Philosophy paper, explaining this particular exercise...

"Mind-Body Movement – These techniques involve the expression of music in the form of body movement that focuses the mind on the body’s rhythmic, improvisational flow. The mind is following the body, and the body is following the music. The music, as the organizing principal, must be designed for this explicit purpose, or it will not lead to the exploratory energy system. The music compositions of Chambers 17 through 24 – from each of the seven Tributary Zones created by the WingMakers – are intended for this purpose.

This technique requires a single-minded willingness to follow the interpretation of the body into the feel of the music. It would be like entering a meadow in the height of Spring with your eyes closed, knowing that your sense of smell would guide you to the flowers. In this same way, your mind must trust that your body is able to listen to the music and capture a sense of this new energy system encoded within the “field” of music.

By placing the mind in the position of follower, it is reliant on the body to make interpretations of movement based solely on the music. Thus, the music can penetrate directly to the mind and entrain it to a new energy system. The music will - by design –generate body movement that is high energy, complex, rhythmic, and stimulating to the emotional center of the brain.

This is a form of meditation taught by the WingMakers that demonstrates the trust placed upon the body intelligence and the willingness of the mind to listen to this intelligence. This is a thread of this new energy system externalized through this technique. There are portals designed into the music that will open the brain’s emotionalcenters to this new energy, and when they are discovered, you will feel the undeniable shift in your energy field. The movement of the body signifies the externalization of the new in direct counterpoint to the old. It demonstrates the compatibility of the two energy systems, and how one can be in both fields simultaneously with comfort and confidence.

There are no rules to this movement. It is not a choreographed dance with either right or wrong movements. It is an improvisational body expression bypassing the mind and allowing the music’s voice to be heard as clearly as possible by the body intelligence. The physical body becomes the sail of the music’s wind, while the mind is the ship’s hull. Clarity of intention is all that is required. There is no qualitative difference beyond this that matters.

The anchoring process requires a minimum of a cycle (seven expressions) of each composition in Chambers 17 through 24. There is a time period of the cycle that requires a completion in approximately one month of your time. Thus, each of the seven expressions for a single Chamber should be completed within a 30-day period of time. It can be less, but should not be more. It is recommended not to focus on more than two Chambers during a cycle.

Each expression of a particular Chamber should change over the course of the seven expressions. This progression can be radical variances or simple refinements; it depends on the entity’s body development, comfort, and ability to listen to the subtle layering of the music and its focus in the moment. It is not only the energy of the low frequency rhythms, or percussive frequencies, but also the voices and melodies that can speak to the body intelligence.

The approach is different from your art form of dance in that each expression of the eight Chambers will develop the body intelligence to recognize an exploratory-based energy system. It will, in effect, activate the body’s natural radar for this energy system, helping the human instrument to navigate into the new energy. It also confers a degree of trust to the body intelligence that it is not about the body’s movement in space that matters, but is rather how the body listens to vibrations and responds in kind.

A grand cycle consists of a minimum of 56 expressions, and the grand cycle is the physical thread that generates an awareness of the new energy system in the body. It is important to anchor this awareness in the body because the body intelligence is the most instinctual of the human instrument, and while you may have awareness in your mind and soul, if it is not present in your body, your shift to the new energy is impeded because the body will instinctually gravitate to the survival-based energy system.

There will be some who will not be comfortable in practicing the expressions of this technique. You have been programmed that your body does not possess its own intelligence, therefore, when you are told to listen and express with your body’s intellect, you feel overly self-conscious to even try. It is natural, and is part of the old energy system that controls your movement and sensory perceptions.

It is indispensable to listen with your body, express with your body, and to feel with your body the movements that the music dictates. When you come to the end of your expression, you may sit or stand in silence and listen to the reverberations calling within you, and then transmit these to the human instrument as a whole. This is done by visualizing the body as a transmitter of the energy, generated from the expression, and projecting this energy into the human instrument like a coil’s energy finally released."
- WingMakers Chamber Philosophy Four, "Beliefs and Their Energy Systems" (pages 6-8).

* Form Instructions: This form is a check-off tool to help keep track of each day's exercise session. Using it, an individual will do 28 sessions, one each day.
Each session will comprise 2 music tracks, e.g. tracks 17 and 18. These two tracks comprise one session. Each session is repeated 7 times. (17-18 x 7, 19-20 x 7, 21-22 x 7, 23-24 x 7)
If one session is performed each day the Grand Cycle is completed in 28 days. If one feels ambitious, a morning session and an evening session may be done.
In this case the Grand Cycle is completed in a minimum of 14 days.

The Grand Cycle Exercise (as detailed above) is to be used with the music from track 17 of the Chambers 11-17 CD and All the tracks from the Chambers 18-24 CD

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Mind-Soul Comprehension Instructions

This technique specifically utilises chamber paintings 2, 3, 12, and 4. These represent new dimensions of time, space, energy, and matter. The following is an excerpt from the Chamber Four Philosophy paper, explaining this particular exercise...

"Mind-Soul Comprehension - These techniques involve the knowledge of the new psychology destined to reach humanity in the 21st century. This is the psychology that integrates metaphysics and the spiritual perceptions of the Genetic Mind, with the science of the brain and the shaping influences of culture and personal genetics.

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Individual entities acquire their psychological acumen by studying behaviors and their consequences in others, such as family members or friends. It is the byproduct of this psychological study that helps to establish an entity’s own behavioral boundaries. When psychology ignores the incomprehensible, the psychology of the species is mostly based on the phenomenon of observable behavior. As psychology evolves it increasingly takes into account the brain, mind, and emotional interplay.

The incomprehensible is First Source and the structure and interconnectedness of ITS creation. Human psychology has ignored this aspect of the human condition, venturing only as far as the dream state, which, by comparison, would be the equivalent of standing on a mountaintop reaching for the sun. The human condition is considered untouched by the incomprehensible, and yet, it is encompassed in it like a caterpillar within a cocoon. If the caterpillar were untouched by the cocoon would it emerge a butterfly?

The mind-soul comprehension techniques focus the mind on the incomprehensible through the use of visual symbols that are just outside the intelligible regions of comfort as set forth by human psychology. By investigating visual symbols through the eyebrain, the mind can secure a glimpse into the Sovereign Integral consciousness and the special psychology therein.

An entity may, through an imaginative scenario based on a Tributary Zone, gain comprehension of the new psychology. The technique is admittedly abstract, but very effective. In this visual scenario the mind becomes a personal identity, as does the soul. Together, these two identities coexist on an otherwise deserted island. The mind has discovered the symbols of the WingMakers’ Chamber Paintings, and must explain their purpose to the soul. Neither the mind nor the soul speaks the same language, and thus the mind must explain the symbols’ purpose to the soul through telepathic means.

Examine one of the Chamber Paintings, conducting a thorough mental analysis. Once completed, you may now take this knowledge and translate your understanding to your soul, bringing it comprehension without language. This is highly conceptual, but it is designed to be this way for a purpose, and the insights that will result are profound and far-reaching because they demonstrate how the mind-soul comprehension operates to enrich the mind’s understanding of the incomprehensible. Comprehension of the incomprehensible does not flow from the soul to the mind, but rather from the mind teaching itself.

When the mind grasps the incomprehensible through symbols – be they mathematical formulas or the language of Gods – it sharpens the lens of psychology to focus on the invisible persona of the human soul and the energy system that regulates its behavior in the world of non-time.

Herein is the difficulty of the new psychology: It is based upon non-time, and here the mind is mute and blind. If you observe the Chamber Two Painting, using the aforementioned technique, you will learn a new dimension of time. If you inspect the Chamber Three Painting, you will gain knowledge of a new dimension of inner space. If you study the Chamber Twelve Painting, you will discover a new dimension of energy. If you examine the Chamber Four Painting, you will be taught a new dimension of matter.

All of this is encoded within these four paintings, but can be decoded through this technique. Remember, when applying this technique, the mind is a separate personality from the soul and is its instructor. In this example, the mind is the sail, the paintings the wind, and the soul the ship’s hull.

It is recommended to repeat this procedure for each of the four Chamber Paintings three times. During each dialogue between your mind and soul identity, record your key descriptors and look for the linkages between them. You are describing a dimension of time, space, energy, and matter that recedes into the incomprehensible. You will find a new confidence in your mind’s ability to express the insights of the Genetic Mind after this technique is completed. And you will begin to feel an appreciation for the role of the new psychology where the mind acquires the incomprehensible to become the Wholeness Navigator, just as the caterpillar acquires the cocoon to become the butterfly."

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Detailed Index of the Four Neruda Interviews

This is a project that John Berges completed in January, 2005. The index covers all four Neruda interviews and comprises 12 two-columned pages. John's intention for creating this document was in the hope that it would contribute to a better understanding of the many important subjects covered within the interviews. * Note from John: "I want to personally thank James for permission to work with this material. He continues to be more than generous in encouraging the growing numbers of people around the world who are inspired to contribute to the work of the Lyricus Teaching Order."

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The following link is a 73 page PDF consisting of John's Lyricus Discourse Commentaries

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Lyricus Discourse Commentaries

The Lyricus Discourses are discussions between student and teacher. The source of these discourses is the Lyricus Teaching Order (www.lyricus.org). The topics range from the nature and purpose of the soul to the origins of the human race. The discourses are instructional in nature and their primary purpose is to give seekers of truth guidance in the creation of their own unique wisdom paths. An important key to this goal is contacting and listening to the original voice of one’s soul. Among other things, the discourses provide valuable insights into the nature of the blocks which prevent access to the soul. Instruction and exercises are also given which help remove the blocks and enhance each person’s ability to listen to the soul’s voice.

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Lyricus Discourse: Experiencing the Wholeness Navigator

This PDF is exactly the same as the original discourses found on the Wingmakers/Lyricus websites, except for the additional margin headings aligning and co-ordinating it with the specific details found within the commentaries PDF.

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Emotional Clearing & Light Distribution

This article is an outline of a practice for clearing the emotions of accumulated negative energy. The exercise is woven into the dialogue between a student and teacher in the sixth Lyricus Discourse. Darlene Berges has extracted the pertinent information and created four steps to the exercise.

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Learning about the Human Instrument

The Lyricus Discourse 3 "The Nature of Knowledge" recommends that we learn all we can about our physical body, emotions, and mind. John & Darlene Berges have assembled a list of books which may provide assistance in learning about the human instrument.

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Hierarchy

This article is based on the WingMakers glossary term "Hierarchy." This is a fascinating and important topic because according to WingMakers, hierarchy extends to every level of the multiverse. Hierarchy is the structural forms through which consciousness expresses itself.

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The Individuated Consciousness

This article examines the various terms associated with the individuated consciousness defined by the WingMakers teachings. We are familiar with such terms as soul and personality. However, the WingMakers breaks new ground by identifying new components of human psychology.

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Philosophy Excerpts

This is a collection of the philosophical excerpts found at the beginning of each chapter of the Ancient Arrow Project novel. Note that many of the excerpts are taken from Philosophy Essays not yet released.

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Chamber 16 and the MEST Universe

This e-paper is based on the Ancient Arrow Project Chamber Sixteen Poem. It appeared to hold encoded information pointing to certain philosophy papers, paintings and music, which together reveal a mystery. John has taken the Chamber Sixteen poem and woven the poetry and philosophy together, detailing how they are related. John had the insightful ability to take a big universal picture and put it into a practical and easy to understand concept, which was a great gift that he gave to all of us. John and Darlene Berges worked on this paper together. Darlene provided the research and John the inspired writing, giving us this wonderful e-paper.

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