A Poltergeist is a place-bound magical figure. See House Spirit.

The superimposition and impairment of the original existence and non-existence of a living being or even an object by a foreign vibration is called possession in the Saiyasart

A possession can affect an object as well as a living being. A temporary possession can also be distinguished from a permanent possession. Different vibrations may adhere to objects and influence their surroundings and leave the object just as quickly, usually due to external circumstances.

possession of objects

As an example, any item that has long been owned by a person can be considered. Perhaps a beautiful old piece of furniture and now afflicted with the remaining remnant of this person’s vibration and encourages another person to buy and desire to own the item. This is not a targeted influence. It only appeals to the same emotions as the previous owner.

A spirit can also adhere to such or any object, either caused by its existence or accomplished by a foreign force, as in the production of an amulet.

possession of living beings

A living being can also be temporarily filled by many different vibrations. A simple example is the food scent, which leads to buying a sausage.

A permanent possession by oneself or a foreign spirit is to be understood differently. A self-possession happens when a fictional thought arises on the basis of emotions, which impairs or even changes life or experience.

In most cases, a foreign possession by a foreign spirit is caused by a shock reaction that offers the possibility for a spirit to establish itself in the body and spread, whereby in turn a complete change of the hosts life experience takes place.

The foreign spirit takes control and displaces the actual mind in the body, except for a small part that is essential for the maintenance of bodily functions.

Resolving and avoiding possession

Possessions can be resolved with special knowledge. This does not apply to possessions that happen withing in the context of the life experience (see Conflict of Existence). The avoidance of involuntary occupations can be accomplished by not so much yielding to one’s emotions and impulses, but rather living with logic and reason. By rather observing than being affected.

In the Saiyasart a pregnant spirit (Pieh Taytangglomm) is a dual magical figure or ghost phenomenon.

Pregnant spirits are the ghosts of pregnant women or animals that died during pregnancy or childbirth. Her particularly tragic death makes her appear or draw attention to herself shortly before her death.

Special care should be taken when dealing with pregnant spirits, because these are two vibrations that interact with each other.

The present is the proverbial here and now in the Saiyasart This refers to a variable state between the past and the future. The present is subject to a continuous process of change, which provides access to the perception and assignment of events.

The experience of the present can take place in two ways, either in the midst of the events with all the emotions and events that belong to the current experience (see affected) or only from an observational position that is at least emotionally uninvolved (see behold).

Pahuyuth students are advised to focus on the present. The past cannot be repeated or changed while future events have not yet occurred. A comparison of data in the sense of the model of autodynamics is always done in the present. Adherence to the past would therefore hinder the ability to act in the present, while a fantasist about a possible, as yet unknown future hinders the perception of the present.

In Saiyasart the term process refers to the representation of an event or event with a specific climax.

A process has a beginning, a climb phase, a climax, a relegation phase and an end. Both the life experience and the events or events contained therein can be classified as a process.

Knowledge of a process allows for more precise perception. As an example, the complete life experience can be seen as a process. The birthday is the beginning, the rise phase of childhood and adolescence, the climax of being an adult and the descent phase with the beginning of aging, death is the end.

This does not constitute a valuation

There are also many other processes within this one process, for example: beginning: incurable diseases, rise phase: dying and letting go, climax: death, descent phase after death a existence without a biological body, end: “dissolution”

Another example:

The beginning is not the birth but the meeting of the parents, these offer a certain living environment in which a child is born and on the basis of which certain experiences in life can be made, just as important here is the imprinting and transmission of certain characteristics, by the parents. Here the climax or rather the highlights are not in the proverbial middle of the life experience, the climax or the highlights result in each case through the development of life under the described conditions.

For students of Pahuyuth and Free-Warriors, knowledge of the nature of the process is very helpful for their own development (learning process)

Processed information is second-hand information which may differ from the original information by transmission and interpretation.

Processed information is divided into three types:

  1. Processed information resulting from a translation or a presentation of the actual information (existential information or created information). Examples include images, recordings, quotes, and voice reproductions.
  2. Processed information created by variations and structured designs, which are reconstructed by means of the perception of the actual information (existential information or created information). An example is a landscaped park or a summer garden created by a landscape gardener.
  3. Processed information generated by the simulation of the actual information (existential information or created information) in the form of fantasies, ideas or visions. Examples of this are a stage play or a film.

Real information is a group of information in the Saiyasart which is brought to existence by definition, whereby it is mutually accepted by the beings (real).

Real and Logical

Something real is an emotional sensation, which in most cases is reinforced by personal beliefs and your own desires, and the information is thus considered true. Something logical is based on mathematical-physical conditions and properties in order to create the corresponding events.

All existing beings automatically record the information available in their immediate environment, provided that they have an appropriate recording function. The actual recording of information serves in parallel to fulfil two purposes. First, existence in being, that is, existence in this sphere of existence, and secondly, its further development. The information itself exists in two groups.

  1. Logical information: The first group of information was created because of the common existence of beings in a sphere of existence (logic).
  2. Real information: The second set of information is brought to existence by definition, whereby it is mutually accepted by the beings (real).

Real information

An example is the representation of a social structure. A king is ruler over his people. According to logic, both the king and his people are organic beings of the same type (people). The order of the king as head and ruler, or owner of his people, seems to have an inorganic character at first impression. The king is the starting point for the domination of his people.

Conversely, the people are the starting point by allowing themselves to be controlled. According to the logical conditions of the Saiyasart neither the king nor the people perceive domination as an existing being. The domination, however, exists both on the part of the king and on the part of the people, and thus also as a being perceptible. Perception is the acceptance by which each simulates the existence of domination. The king has defined for himself the claim to possession of his people, and the people have accepted for themselves the subordination to the king.

Through both parties, domination has become present and exists as an inorganic being in reality, or has become real.

In the Saiyasart reality refers to a bio-physical perception of an existing aspect. In contrast, a vision is an accepted reality built up by a bio-physically perceptible simulation, where perception is not a condition.

Reality and Vision

Apart from the fact that the perception of information arises from the immediate event, whereby the reaction of perception consists as a reaction sequence of the functioning of the body, there are two other types of information that the human constantly processes. The information that refers to an event or snapshot in the past and the information that is focused on the probability of an event in the future.

Reality is a bio-physical perception of an existing aspect. In contrast, a vision is an accepted reality built up by a bio-physically perceptible simulation, where perception is not a condition.

Reality

The farmers have harvested their rice again and again in the same way in the same place. The information for this was defined in the past and then passed down from generation to generation. The information exists as real.

In the course of time, however, the farmers are no longer the same people, the rice is not the same and the composition of the substances of the harvesting place has also become a different one. However, the perception of the process has been preserved, as this is a set of data set in the memory.

However, this data corresponds only to the reality from the snapshot of its definition, and not to the actual information available. If a farmer were to harvest his rice in a different way, he would be considered unrealistic. But the farmer himself, who has taken a direct part in change and development, perceives his reality as normal.

The realities of the farmer, who practises his perception as a viewer and receives information defined at a given moment, and the farmer, who perceives the information of change as a person concerned, inevitably diverge.

 

In Saiyasart the term relational aspect refers to an isolated perspective, which refers to the relationship of existences to each other. The relationship aspect arises from the questions about “How do I and the others exist? Where is the difference or where does my existence end and where does the existence of others start?”

Example

A free-floating, spherical object in a three-dimensional space is assumed.

The free-floating sphere has a certain relationship (a relational aspect) to the air in which it floats, compared to a sphere lying on the ground. In modern science, these aspects are referred to as chemical-physical conditions instead of relationship aspects.

A suitable and repeatable action to stimulate a certain or indeterminate vibration and to produce a distinct effect is called a ritual in the Saiyasart.

A few things to consider or know:

In daily life, people perform rituals all the time and even several times daily. The same or almost the same procedure at the beginning of the morning as well as a certain way of cooking coffee, creating activities with friends or acquaintances and much more.

It is normal to perform rituals. A ritual provides security and strength. Daily rituals are usually not performed with detailed precision and may contain deviations.

A ritual that is performed for a specific purpose in order to consciously address/activate a vibration must necessarily be carried out precisely and faithfully. For example:

  • A fixed course of action
  • The meaning and purpose are clear and firm
  • The performer of the ritual is without doubt and his cause is well defined
  • The ritual contains a clear ending

Simple variants of this can be found in religious ceremonies. Both in the church and in a Buddhist temple as well as in a mosque. The joint celebration of texts in prayer or singing form ensures an approximation to a “desired” vibration of all participants and is the main component of the rituals performed here.

It’s not that simple in an incantation ritual. For the most part, such a ritual consists of coercion. There are various dangers here for precisely this reason. This can cause a psychological change for all involved, which may not even be reversed. It is therefore advisable to consider if a forced ritual is really necessary.

For Saiyasart or learners, the performing of a ritual is rather not necessary. Everything that a ritual is aimed at can also be accomplished by one’s own abilities and abilities, without coercion.

It is recommended to use the compulsorily path