HAVE YOU found out what a priori is?
In becoming aware as Totality, we
know that we can surround, we can
be aware of many aspects of that
thing or problem, whatever we are dealing
with, and we can discover more than juSt
what the eyes can see at a certain angle,
or smell, or hear, or feel. We can actually be aware of being in anything—in
any problem -- and we can, in the vernacular, "see the other fellow's point of view"
as well, we're not limited by mere perceiving from one angle.

Why? Because we are Totality, that is
why. And this is the one point they all
seem to overlook. We were only able to
discover this aspect thru the investigation of each and every being during processing. We did more than discover it;
thru the intellectual level, thru the
reading, thru the studying, we actually
became aware of being all these things.
And until you do this, you cannot know
what I am talking about, just as Kant
said "You cannot know".

But we say you can know -- because you
are Totality.

It is interesting about Kant. We believe he was a Totologist, we believe he
was an individual who was aware of more
than it is possible to see with the
human eyes, because that is the way he
puts it. He says, "These false conclusions, distorted knowledge, that come to
us thru the channels of sense, are the
result of false premises. You assume that
all knowledge comes from separate and
distinct sensations.. Naturally, these
cannot give you necessity or invariable
sequences of which you may be forever
We know this to mean that when you are
functioning as a result of these subconscious recordings, distorted knowledge
(which we do achieve if we are merely
functioning as a result of these subconscious recordings, electronic recordings,
whatever you have), is there, even t ho
you cannot see it. He says they (the subconscious recordings) are the result of
false premises. Why? Because we are reacting. There's nothing logical or reasonable, there's nothing sensible about
the way we react to the subconscious --
these false premises. They come thru the
channels of sense that are the result of
false premises. You assume that all
knowledge comes from separate and distinct
sensations -- these naturally cannot give
you necessity or invariable sequence of
which you may be forever certain.

Naturally (he says) you must not expect to see your soul even with the eyes
of internal sense. The point here that I
MARCH 1958 Tl,c Q RQ1?vR
What nave the philosophers of the past
contributed to the advanced thinking of today? In this series of articles, taken from
the taped lectures of Hardin and Joanna
Walsh in Los Angeles, they point out how the
'Concept of Totality", as they teach it today, is not entirely new—except in application. -- The EDITOR.
would like to extend further than what he
says is you don't see your soul because
you are it! He claimed you don't see it
because it is on the invisible level.
This is so, too, but we have discovered
thru research and application of scientific methods that you can perceive, actually, the soul. You can perceive other
souls, too. You actually can,
There are many who don't at first -- but
upon the acceptance of such a concept,
upon the realization that you are Totality and therefore ALL is possible to you,
you begin to key-in and open up your
awareness to this concept. By so doing,
by not negating or invalidating it, you
become what we call "psychic" and you can
perceive the invisible.

While Kant realized that there was the
invisible, he did not perceive that it
was possible to become aware of it. However, he did give us a level -- a rung on
the ladder -- but he didn't take the ladder
high enough.

In reading Kant, let us not stop right
there and accept all this as know-how, as
knowledge. Let us be aware that now there
is an advancement of this philosophy into
application where you can discover this
for yourself.

Kant said, "Let us grant that absolute
certainty of knowledge is impossible IF
all knowledge comes from sensation of an
independent external world, which owes us
the promise of regularity of behavior."
In saying this, he acknowledged that absolute certainty of knowledge is impossible
if we are to understand it from a logical
and reasonable point of view. But we say,
further, that you can know what is beyond
the physical, and you can know beyond
solid material objects.

Many persons come into this plane
quite psychic, and they know this from
the beginning. Told they are crazy or too
imaginative, they are invalidated, and
they begin to doubt, to close down, unfortunately. But there are many who, thru
processing, can release the veils of unawareness, the barriers to using creative
imagination, which is the first step. But
if you don't "buy" it, you won't develop
it. It is a matter of thinking a certain