FAQ ~ Facts & Questions
Exerpts from an interview with Michèle
Michèle, define a mysticism as you see it.
I will answer this with the words of a true mystic, for mine would be such as his..
“Mysticism is an outlook on life. Things which seem real to the average person are unreal in the eyes of the mystic.
People think a mystic means a dreamer, an impractical person who has no knowledge of worldly affairs. But such a mystic I would call only half a mystic. A mystic, in the full sense of the word, must have balance. He must be as wise in worldly matters as in spiritual things. People have had many misconceptions of what a mystic is. They have called a fortune-teller a mystic, or a medium, a clairvoyant, a visionary. I do not mean that a mystic does not possess all of these qualities, but these qualities do not make a mystic. A real mystic should prove to be an inspired artist, a wonderful scientist, an influential statesman. He should be just as qualified for business, industry, social and political life as is the materially minded man.” ~ Inayat Khan, Sufi mystic
What does Chakaura mean?
“Chakaura is the structure of the Soul. It is the container that is responsible for a Soul to exist. Soul in fact is encapsulated Spirit. The Chakaura is what creates Soul; the vehicle that creates the I AM experience. ” Michèle answers.
Is it the energy body then?
“Not in the way most people understand. Western society have very little true educated knowledge of the subtle systems of man. The world at large is not versed in the intricate details or have taken the time or have the ressources to become truly educated in this. This truth is witnessed by mostly all the present spiritual practices that are incomplete and distorted. So I will answer in layman terms for the more complete answer lies in a language few in the world truly know.
The Chakaura itself exists above the energy body; when I say above I mean at a much higher frequency and hence is its own entity. Each stage in man has a section of frequencies which determines its expression.” ~ Michèle
Please elaborate on this other’ language you refer to?
This is the foundation of what I teach at the Chakaura Institute in our programs. Before a student can master their inner world, they must learn the Chakaura language.
My teachings offer a very different approach then most spiritual practices because I gorund them on a science few people know or understand. In fact, I have not yet found one like it in the world except within a very specific Sufi mystic that has now passed on.
Some belief systems and practices have hints of it but it is like this language has been scattered in bits and pieces around the world. Chakaura is a unified version of all these and I feel the original state from hence we are sourced from.
This language (meaning processing from a different set of laws then most) is not new, but most probably the oldest but only ever sourced by a few at one time. It wasnot itstime tosurface in past; to fewwere ready for it. Everything has a time to surface; now it is time for the chakaura language to surface. It coincides of course with man’s unification process. His journey of becoming One once again.
How would you describe these stages of man you speak of?
In layman terms I would describe man as having three main sectors. The physical body, the energy body and the Soul body
Can you talk more about the differences between the physical, energy and soul bodies
The energy body is a bi-product of the Chakaura. The energy body is created by the chakaura and could not exist without the chakaura; but the chakaura can exist without the energy body.
The only reason we have an energy body is because the soul wishes to experience a physical world.
The energy body is a step down in frequency since the physical body could never sustain the high frequencies of ressonnance of the pure soul. The energy body is the go-between let’s say, the medium between two worlds: the inner (subtle) and the outer (physical).
You often speak of the Science of Spirituality? Can you elaborate?
Man experiences one reality but from two worlds; two perspectives. The outer meaning he is looking out from himself into a world of matter, of physical manifestations and then the inner, a world that is completely experiential and can only be verified by experience and repetition in that experience.
The science of spirituality is learning how to apply a series of laws that connect both worlds and are what is sourced from the one reality; the Source as some may say.
Science is simply a system of mathematical codes allowing us a comprehension from the logical thought processes of man to understand the inner invisible world we all are very aware of. Spirituality is simply a word describing this inner world.
Science in itself is fairly new, and man created it as a new language to allow us to express understanding of a inner process that has no form.It is governed by laws beyond a time continuum of form.