By Lana Mitchell
There is an inertia regarding the human body that each of us has to work through on a daily basis.
If you don’t move the body – then it does not move.
It just sits, or lies, or sleeps.
When I was at the Int base I was lucky enough to be able to do the “’Cause Resurgence Rundown”. This is the infamous rundown where a person is made to run around a tree or a pole, for hours and days and weeks.
This rundown is part of the Superpower rundowns and was delivered on the Int base to crew who were generally deemed to be trouble, a problem, or simply needing to be punished. The track itself was gotten rid of, a number of years ago, after there were aerial photos published on the internet that became a public relations problem.
Many former Int base staff have done the rundown – and I am happy to say I did. The only command to the process is simply “Run that body”. And you run around the object (for us it was a tree). Round and round and round and round you go. As you run, you keep an attention unit on that centre pole. And you run. And run. And run. And run. (Oh, and did I mention run?).
Now what became more and more clear as I did the process over many weeks, is we are not “in” a body, nor part of one. The body is not a vessel we occupy. We are both inside and outside of a body at the same time.
I found as I hung an anchor point on that tree and just kept running around and around, that there was energy generated. Sometimes so much I could hear an electric hum in the air.
I found I could swing off that pole, using the anchor point, and the body would just skip along, never stopping, and requiring absolutely no effort.
I kept on running that body, and running that body, and running that body – and pictures came in, and blew. Ridges exploded. Energy built up. It was sort of like a battery charger for a being – and the body was just used as a small part of the process. The real guts of the process was what was occurring between me, the being, and that bloody tree.
That rundown changed my view on life, on the body and on myself.
And inertia of the MEST body is a thing of the past.
I just run that body.
I move that body.
I work the body.
I am not cruel to it – I don’t mistreat it, or punish it. But I make it work. I make it move.
There is clearly no question about who is boss – and whilst I do make sure that it gets food, water and sleep – I don’t pamper to it, I certainly don’t molly-coddle it – and most that have met me comment that it is strange but my body does not reflect the number of earth years it has been around. I am routinely mistaken to be young 30’s – when I am about to turn 46.
My message for today?
Move that body.
Don’t let inertia of the MEST body get to you.
Just move that body.
Get it up off the couch, get it doing things, working on things, building things, completing things. Make it move and make it work.
It puts things back in perspective.
“The auditor must know that the existence of a MEST body. Within the fields of the theta being is incidental and even unfortunate for processing, which in the absence of a body goes much faster.
“The theta being is both outside and inside the MEST body. It is not just inside. The only reason it is inside at all is that any field would penetrate the MEST body. The MEST body should not be thought of as a harbor or vessel for the theta being. A better example would be a sliver inserted unwantedly in the thumb, where the thumb would be the theta being, the MEST body the sliver. MEST bodies are good identification tags, they generate exciting emotions, they are fun to operate at times, but they are not end of existence.
“A theta being, with its alertness restored, is capable of remolding the human body within its field, taking off weight here, restoring it there, changing appearance and even height. The body can also be altered by auditing cells or the GE. All in all, bodies are very easy to handle where their condition is concerned. The question is, rather: Are they practical? The theta being can evidently manufacture bodies or a reasonable facsimile therefore which, while they do not labor, neither do they have to be fed.
“To a society quite mad on the subject of MEST bodies, very aberrated on the “care of the body” the foregoing may seem a trifle strange and one might think the writer had, to be short, slipped a cable or two in his wits. Indeed, it is very probable that critics mat say so, for their reality is entirely outraged by such sudden statements.” LRH, excerpt from Chapter Two, Cases: Targets of Address, History of Man.