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But I think we must try to see how this question of negative attitudes connects us with many other possibilities. You see, this question of negative attitudes is a kind of bridge, a kind of introduction, which leads us now to the next chapter of our studies. Until now the centre of gravity of our work—at any rate the centre of gravity of the practical work—was in ourselves, in self-study, self-remembering, and all that. At the same time, at the very beginning it was explained that the right study of man must go parallel with the study of the universe, and certainly we got some ideas in relation to the universe—things like the Ray of Creation, cosmoses, hydrogens and so on—only on very general lines; also we have the idea of laws under which man lives.
MR. O. Judging by the existence of negroes they do; they are better adapted to sun than we are. In any case in known history there is no perceptible change in organs or functions. But again you will say there never was such a noise! Q. I would have thought in an age like this, when machines are getting bigger and bigger and more human in their functions, it would be bad for esoteric ideas, because the more man can make a machine that does the work of five or six men, the more he feels he can bend forces to his own ends and is master of the forces; and this takes away the idea of any possibility of change in himself.
All the work before that is only preparation of the method. But if you find yourself in a moment of a very strong emotional stress, and if you try to remember yourself then, then it will remain afterwards, and then you will be able to remember yourself. So only with very intense emotion is it possible to create this foundation for self-remembering. But that cannot be done if you do not prepare yourself for that. Moments may come—and you will get nothing out of them. These emotional moments come from time to time, and we don't use them, because we don't know how to use them.