A magical plant (Vahn) is the name given to plants or trees that naturally release a magical energy in their surroundings. For example, the white grass (Vahn Jah Pueag).

Meditation in the Saiyasart is a state with which the knowledge of truth can be developed. Unlike in other forms of meditation it is less concerned with relaxation and well-being, but with dealing with the questions of:

  1. Where does everything come from, or how did it all come about?
  2. Who am I?
  3. Where do I come from and where do I go?

Meditation is part of the fundamental method of contemplation that is necessary for the examination of truth or self-discovery. Meditation itself is the state of an interactive thought process in which neither the functional activities of the body, which lie outside the general life-support functions, nor the knowledge derived from memory are used.

Meditation requires the neutrality of consciousness to a particularly high degree, and does not allow bias and preconceived judgments. Connoisseurs of meditation like to use a simple explanation for how it is simply defined as an inorganic body that has only been created temporarily in order to be able to look at itself.

Meditation is divided into three levels. The first stage is the conscious creation of meditation itself (Smathi). The second stage is meditative perception (Vipassana) and the third and higher meditation level is that of so-called arrival (Banluhh Nai).

Another form of meditation is the so-called Yaan meditation.

In Saiyasart the term “mine” refers to an associated self. The definition of mine can relate both to the level of existence (e.g. “my house”, “my car”, “my boat”, “my child”) and to the level of non-existence (e.g. “my personality”). Like the “I” (self), a “mine” is a temporary focus.

The Model of Autodynamics describes the behavioral biological mechanisms of stimulus and reaction that exist within a reaction sequence.

The Model of Autodynamics is based on the findings of traditional Free-Warrior medicine about the structure and functioning of the central nervous system as well as those of the Saiyasart being and not being. It is assumed that input, data processing, and output of information can take place at both the physical and non-physical levels.

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The model of autodynamics is a universal concept that is applied to Pahuyuth, as well as Saiyasart and traditional Free-Warrior medicine.

Autodynamics in Pahuyuth

The Pahuyuth deals mainly with the physical aspects of autodynamics in the realm of being.

An example of this are the behavioral biological mechanisms of stimulus and response, which are present during a fight with initial situation, action phase, reaction and follow-up phase as well as the update phase. An exact breakdown of this autodynamic reaction history and further information about the autodynamic model is included in the Pahuyuth Compendium.

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Autodynamics in Saiyasart

The Saiyasart deals mainly with the non-physical aspects of autodynamics in the realm of not-being.

Examples of this are the management of existential conflicts and psychological problems, but also the handling of magic and information up to the development of knowledge of the truth. A perceptual application of the model of autodynamics can be found in Yaan Meditation.

Autodynamics in the Free-Warrior Medicine

The traditional Free-Warrior medicine deals with the health aspects of autodynamics at the border area between being and not being.

An example of this is the model of stimuli formations and the nervous system, as explained in Part 4 of the introduction into the traditional Free-Warrior medicine.

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Who is Nang Mai?

Nang Mai (นางไม้. Lady of the Forest) is a ghost or a forest fairy or nymph from Thai folklore.

Background

In Thai folklore, Nang Mai are spirits who were once human women who died in the forest. It is said that they live in old trees, especially in ficus species such as banyan trees. It is also said that Nang Mai is sometimes haunted in bamboo forests. They are described as beautiful women with long hair wearing colorful clothes. It is said that they often comb their hair or sit on swings made of lianas. Sometimes it is also said that they can turn into birds.

Nang Mai are generally considered harmless, but there have been cases where they have killed people. There are also stories of them luring men into the forest to kill them.


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A Nang Mai plays an important role in the “Story of Gaeuw”.

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Who is Nang Ta-khian?

Nang Ta-khian (นางตะเคียน, The Lady of Ta-Khian) is a ghost or forest fairy found in Thai and Lao folklore.

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Nang Ta-khian is the tree spirit of the Hopea odorata trees native to Thailand and Laos. These mighty trees can live for hundreds of years and are not usually found near populated areas. Nang Ta-khian is typically depicted as a beautiful woman with long hair and a flowing green dress, as well as a traditional sabai. Sometimes she is depicted sitting on a branch of her tree or riding on a swing.

According to Thai belief, these trees are inhabited by spirits called Nang Ta-khian or Ta-khian Phi (ตาเขียนผี), who can bring illness or misfortune to those who upset them. For this reason, offerings are sometimes made at the roots of such trees to appease the spirit dwelling there. It is said that Nang Ta-khian have a deep understanding of human temperament and are often invoked by people who want to harm those who have wronged them. It is considered extremely disrespectful to cut down a tree in which a Nang Ta-khian lives.


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However, it is also said that they are generally friendly and helpful spirits who often provide food and shelter to those in need. It is believed that they were once human beings who were elevated to the status of guardian spirits because of their good deeds. As such, they are often seen as powerful allies by those seeking their help.

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Who is Nang Tani?

Nang Tani (นางตานี) is a spirit being in the form of a young woman from Thai folklore.

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Nang Tani is a ghost in the form of a young woman who wears a green traditional Thai dress and has deep red lips. It lives under banana trees and appears on full moon nights. According to Thai traditions, it belongs to the genus Nang Mai (“Lady of the Forest”), i.e. female spirits or fairies associated with trees. A similar spirit exists in Cambodian folklore and Lao folk tradition.

In Thai culture, Nang Tani is often portrayed as a kind spirit who helps people, especially those who got lost in the forest. It is considered a bad omen to cut down banana trees in the forest inhabited by Tani. According to legends, she occasionally seduces men into having sex with her during the full moon, and then when they cheat on her by loving another woman, she kills them.

Apart from her jealousy, however, Nang Tani is considered quite benevolent. Nang Tani usually has a noble disposition and sometimes offers something to eat to passing Buddhist monks. Amulets depicting Nang Tani are very popular and they come in various shapes and sizes throughout Thailand. Some people tie colored silk ribbons around the trunks of the banana trees in which Nang Tani is suspected.


However, it is also said that they are generally friendly and helpful spirits who often provide food and shelter to those in need. It is believed that they were once human beings who were elevated to the status of guardian spirits because of their good deeds. As such, they are often seen as powerful allies by those seeking their help.


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Non-being in the Saiyasart is a state of being, whose existence is perceived only under certain circumstances in the physical realm (existence).

Being and Non-being

Being and non-being in the knowledge area of the Saiyasart refers to existence in a particular sphere of existence in which it can be perceived.

Consequently, being is defined as an organic (physical) state of being and non-being as an inorganic (non-physical) state of being. The actual existence of the two states of being, however, remains in existence, i.e. the corresponding sphere of existence.

The perception of all existing beings by man is based on the defined distinction between being and non-being. Here the demarcation from this world as a sphere of existence and the hereafter as the “ghost sphere” has been arbitrarily defined. Whether all beings actually exist according to this definition or perception remains to be seen for the time being.

Non-being

Non-being defines those existing beings whose existence can only be perceived under certain criteria. They are essentially divided into three groups. These beings are considered to be real-existing beings, and come about through a probability calculation with simulated information, which may have been traditionally transmitted and adopted, as well as created by independent definition.

On closer examination of non-being, one will find that the three groups are the three principles for building and maintaining a social order. The first is the hierarchical structure, the second is its mirror image and the third is power, or legality.

  1. According to the widespread idea of human beings, all beings derive from the same origin or creator. Here the human being is considered to be the most developed being, who is at the same time closest to the Creator. The Creator himself is regarded as the being that embodies the human ideal, or the good. By persuading its existence, one not only assumes the granted access to paradise after his death, but also believes that he is under his care during his lifetime.
  2. The contrast to this ideal is evil, which, as a logically existing opposition, keeps everything in balance. Evil is the creation of a destructive ideal directed against all that has been defined as good. The existence of evil begins when the conviction deviates from the good ideal or is dismantled, and thus means a distance from the Creator of good.
  3. Power, or instrumental control, exists equally for the ideal of good, and for that of evil. It is a predetermined or defined correctness with regard to admissibility on the one hand and punishment on the other. In a broader sense, therefore, legalization is a means that, if the good ideal is to depart from evil, justifies enforcement by means of power.

Here the existence of power and legality depends on the respective faith and the conviction of the form of society, which in turn is built up by its own hierarchical structure.

The original text is the proposition of theses, which contain claims to be proved or refuted about a particular subject. Original texts are compressed information or food for thought that can serve as hints for the exploration of the Saiyasart.

Meaning of original texts in the Saiyasart

The traditional original text of the Saiyasart are described as a guides for self-exploration of the truth. It is divided into five groups, the individual content of which is arranged as a specific generic term for facilitating understanding. The language expression of the text has been adapted by scholars to today’s definitions of terms, with the content and meaning presented remaining the same.

The original text is not about understanding it according to the definition of the terms or the language expression chosen, since this would only be a copy. Rather, it is about the perception of the entire existence of the original text, which at the same time is also a justification for its existence. In order to perceive the original text or to make an attempt at consideration, it is necessary to deal with certain knowledge bases in advance.

At the time when one perceives the original text in its complete aspects, one will not only be able to reproduce the text with one’s own words and a different use of language, but one will also begin to understand the existence and being of Saiyasart

With the awareness of the confirmation of this knowledge of truth, or even only as an uninvolved perception, the meaning of the existence of the Saiyasart is already fulfilled.

Original texts about Beings

  • The origin of all beings is the nothingness of darkness and the nothingness of lightness!
  • The existence of beings is based either on their own creative initiative or on our human definition!
  • Essence is the manifestation of a self-selected cycle, the presence of which it itself directs towards the fulfillment of a future of the past!
  • The defined entity is present in its existence of being as long as it is present in the imagination of the viewer!
  • The almighty Being has been condemned by us for eternity to be responsible for everything, whatever is!
  • We claim to have been created by an almighty entity, which we ourselves have been the creators of!
  • The existence of an almighty entity is an aspect of our imagination that has been given to us to be passed on!
  • In its appearance, the entity is the result of an event, and its meaning lies only in its existence and not in its creation!
  • Invisible beings are present not only in visions or definitions, but in every possible reality!
  • The entity is the form of an energy frequency whose concentration determines its existence or appearance.

Original texts about bodies

  • The body is a shell created both to protect against external touch and against the revelation of the innermost!
  • The body reacts in an autodynamic to changed states and environments, which makes any influence from outside superfluous!
  • The body has no aesthetic beauty, its existence is determined only by its current, usable state!
  • The inconsistency of the body alone makes it difficult to make the targeted use of its abilities and capacities!
  • The shell and the one that is in it have no similarities, neither in their nature nor in their origin!
  • The ideal of the body is to fulfill its predetermined purpose, and in the normal course of its change process!
  • The body is in different states of usability within its change process, but these do not last forever!
  • The body can be optimally operated by the user, provided he is aware of his abilities and the correct handling of them!
  • The composition of a body includes both the externally comprehensible part of the apparition as well as the incomprehensible!
  • The body consists in its material composition only during the duration of the event process!

Original texts about soul

  • The soul can appear as a phenomenon within a sphere, provided that it has charged it with this spheric energy!
  • The sphere energy is constantly released as an effect of the continuous process of change within the sphere!
  • The origin of a soul in the primal sphere lies in the accumulation of constant pressure waves of sphere energy, which are pressed into it and compressed!
  • The soul divides any number of times by duplication in order to distribute its energy concentration among the individual duplicates!
  • By occupying a sphere body of the sphere, the possibility of discharge of spherical energy and the development of a flow network of the soul arises!
  • The properties of the sphere body can be fed into the soul both by discharge and by generating additional sphere energy!
  • The soul can end its existence in a sphere or leave it, provided that it has completely discharged its sphere energy!
  • The creation of a network structure for the flow of the sphere energy allows the soul a self-determined return to this sphere!
  • The higher form of existence of the soul is connected with the ability to enter and exit any sphere at any time, even without needing a sphere body!

Original texts about emotions

  • The emotion of a being is the accumulation state of sphere energy, which was either transmitted by the soul or created by itself!
  • From all possible emotions of the soul, those favored for the survival and reproduction of the body are transformed into initiative impulses!
  • From all possible emotions of the soul, those who trigger an urge for activity are released outward through the bodily functions!
  • The self-generated emotions arise from conflicts that result from deviations of the immediate data flow from the structured data set!
  • The emotions caused by deviations from the data structure are broken down by bodily functions in the form of correction reactions!
  • The emotions that have arisen from deviations from the data content are reduced by bodily functions in the form of defensive reactions!
  • The artificial emotions are created by the fact that content and/or structural comparative data are manipulated from within or outside!
  • The spontaneous emotions arise from increased volume and acceleration of the data flow, which trigger a shock reaction without data comparison!
  • The emotions generated by the suspension of imputability cause an unconscious, violent and uncontrolled physical reaction sequence!
  • The emotions generated by the suspension of the body’s responsiveness cause an internal discharge that can have a self-destructive effect!

Original texts about aspects

  • The aspect is the existing sphere and reality related to nature, which are interpreted in the perception of the individual viewer, as his own understanding!
  • The real aspect is the result of the mutual way of looking at each other and the relationship between the viewer and the viewer himself!
  • The inner aspect is a self-examination, which is presented as self-defined to the outside world!
  • The external aspect is the way of looking at the individual viewer, with which he perceives and defines the outside!
  • The relationship aspect is the difference between the information of the inner and outer aspects of reality!
  • The acceptance of the aspects depends on the educated or shaped thought structure of the individual viewer, which he accepts as a qualitative perception!
  • The thought structure is the thought scheme that follows predefined guidelines for the consideration and evaluation of sphere and essence-related data and information!
  • The aspect essentially distinguishes between the existing conditions and the consciously perceived!
  • The aspect is a neutral data specification, which is declared by the viewr himself for individual and qualitative evaluation!
  • The discrepancy between reality and perspective is a point of conflict that causes emotion and disproportionate reaction consequences!

Original texts about meaning

  • The meaning is the optimistic initiative of an idea to justify a wide variety of projects and activities!
  • The meaning of existence, in its diversity corresponds to the scope of the imagination of the one who interprets it!
  • The meaning of existence is an illusion that represents an attempt to justify components of an event course by means of a subjective justification!
  • The meaning of life is a philosophy of embodiment by which a social classification is presented!
  • The meaning of activity is a justification for the enforcement of one’s own will without personal responsibility!
  • The meaning of fate is a compulsive justification that prefers inadequacy to the admission of ignorance!
  • The meaning of social existence is an artificially created order, supported by the ideal of authority and subject!
  • The meaning of being is the illusionary representation of an authority that is at the same time an unapproachable existence and a bearer of hope!
  • The meaning of the existence of others serves self-glorification by defining the difference between the ME and the YOU!
  • The existence of the meaning is individual, and, may it be defined or ignored, has no influence on whatever is!

 

 

In the Saiyasart the past is a fact that has already happened and is immutable. What has happened has happened and remains so.

The past can be experienced psychologically over and over again in the present, which carries the disadvantage of a sticking to the past, especially since the repetition of the experience or event is incomplete, since the corresponding emotions that prevailed when these events or experiences were present can no longer be repeated or experienced in this context.

The past remains as it was, with these emotions, but is no longer comprehensible.
The past borders directly on the future.