Induction simply means to allow oneself to be drawn in.
It happens all the time, with every movie you watch, game you watch or play,
tv gameshow you hoot, snarl and gnash your teeth over, every soap opera
that jerks tears out of your red, swollen eyes.
You allow yourself to be drawn into theatrical plays, comic performances,
ballet, opera — every form of entertainment requires some level of voluntary
personal involvement, and that’s what’s meant by “induction”. It’s all under
your control — you have to actually work pretty hard to get inducted and even
harder to stay in the induction.
My inductions all work the same way. I merely suggest a route to follow;
whether you do or not is entirely up to you. Guidance without insistence, I
allow you to make decisions all along the way, and to operate and control
your own trip throughout the journey.
At the same time, you’ll be going along a very established route that has
been traveled by thousands before you.
The Inductions will take you from point to point along the Highway to Higher
Consciousness. At each stop, you’ll experience the equivalent of a
Chaikana, a Tea House & Shrine at which you would have stopped as a
member of an ancient caravan along the Silk Road Trade Route.
Each Caravanserai Chaikana has its own Master of Caravans and its own
Shrine, at which every visitor is expected to visit, not only for blessings but
also for a Paper of Passage, allowing one to continue through the tribal
territory to the next Caravanserai along the route.
In the same way that there are stops along the caravan trade routes, each
Induction provides the basis for the next, and serves as a stopping place to
rest, evaluate, assimilate and prepare for the furtherance of our journey.
Inductions are easy and fun, and you can, at any moment, take off the
headphones and go get a cup of hot tea and come back to it refreshed.
There’s no way to do it wrong.
HOW DO I KNOW IT WORKS?