Conciencia diurna -- Fuentes

Textos primarios de los libros de Jozef Rulof correspondientes al artículo ‘Conciencia diurna’.
Según los libros de Jozef Rulof.
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Estar despierto

La conciencia diurna es el pensamiento y sentimiento consciente y material cuando estamos despiertos.
No es hasta el cuarto grado de sueño cuando esta conciencia diurna se habrá dormido por completo:
En el tercer grado, la personalidad se hunde y se deponen los pensamientos y sentimientos materiales de la conciencia diurna.
Dones espirituales, 1943
En la conciencia diurna vivimos nuestros sentimientos.
El subconsciente es el granero de donde proceden nuestros sentimientos:
Pero el yo de la conciencia diurna es para experimentar, el inconsciente sirve de granero y puede ser celestial, pues en él has guardado las leyes de muchas vidas.
¡También la pena y el dolor!
Dones espirituales, 1943
Parte de nuestro subconsciente puede estar conscientemente presente, en unos pocos puntos porcentuales, en nuestra conciencia diurna:
You can experience, even now you can experience, while you live here in Amsterdam or wherever, you can still experience things from France, Italy, Africa.
You see something, you say: ‘Hey, I know that’, and then that is the Africans and American, English or whatever people where you were, is at that moment for so many grades, percentage of feeling conscious, and is part of your day consciousness.
Your day consciousness is represented by millions of lives.
It is not strange at all that you have a talent for languages, or that you do art; that man has this and that man has that.
Someone comes, can do this.
Mozart went to the piano, another child can do joinery, and that one can bake bread.
Questions and Answers Part 5, 1950

Recuperación de la conciencia diurna

¿Por qué sueña el ser humano?
En general no es más que la recuperación de la conciencia diurna.
Entonces el ser humano ha vivido demasiadas cosas a lo largo de los años y eso se analiza después en el sueño, cuando duermes, y así la vida y la materia —y alegrémonos de que así ocurra— vuelven a armonizarse, porque de lo contrario la vida interior destrozaría el sistema nervioso en un mes
Questions and Answers Part 2, 1951
En el sueño el alma es capaz de descartar lo que carece de importancia para sus sentimientos, mejor que durante la agitada conciencia diurna:
But what you want to know is: you are asleep, in unconsciousness, aren’t you, you are consciously thinking.
And now you can fantasize, you can experience things, you can experience crazy whims, you can do that, you can have the greatest fun, you can experience a fairground, a space, you can experience wonderful images, spiritual images, scenes, and you can, what every human being experiences, experience a fairground in the spirit.
You touch something here and something there and something there, that piles up, that dominates you, that sits on top of your feeling, and that must go, or you will go after a while ...
And there the dream is just ahead, that is the experiencing for the human being asleep, the correcting of the day consciousness, and then those horrible things leave again.
And then the personality can say again one day, you do not even know that: ‘Hey, how light I am again’. And then the overhasty, the superfluous, what does not have any possession, has not got any foundation, that now goes overboard.
The soul does that, your life of feeling does that.
Your life of feeling says: I want nothing more to do with that.
You throw the most crazy things overboard precisely when asleep, and one day you attract them, you attract them to you in day consciousness.
Do you not think that is wonderful, that the soul and the personality, cares more, takes better care of itself, is more in harmony asleep, than in day consciousness?
Questions and Answers Part 5, 1950

Más allá de la conciencia diurna

Durante una noche informativa alguien hizo una pregunta al maestro Zelanus sobre el sonambulismo:
(Gentleman in the hall): ‘Master Zelanus, science still does not know what a sleep walker means.
Questions and Answers Part 5, 1950
Durante el sonambulismo se pueden vivir las cosas del día igual que durante los sueños:
That means – I will just lean on that – that means, that the human being experiences the things of the day when asleep, at a hundred percent.
Questions and Answers Part 5, 1950
Jozef Rulof ofrece un ejemplo a partir de su propia juventud, en que se le llamaba “Jeus”, cuando se sube a las palomas en el ático de su casa paterna:
Look, you will soon read in ‘Jeus of Mother Crisje’, Jeus comes to the doves, plays with them, falls asleep.
Questions and Answers Part 5, 1950
Su padre, Hendrik “El Largo” quiere tomar al niño en brazos:
The child sleepwalks upstairs, crawls up the stairs, lies down again between the doves.
Then ...
Tall Hendrik wants to lift up that child – I recorded it yesterday precisely, read it with André – Tall Hendrik wants to lift up the child.
Questions and Answers Part 5, 1950
Pero su madre, Crisje, siente por intuición que no hay que tocar a un sonámbulo:
‘No’, Crisje says, ‘do not touch him, because now something can happen.’
Of course, you can experience a shock, a coughing up of blood and everything, the heart can stand still instantly, because you intervene with both hands into a hundred percent becoming conscious, experience; you are in the actual life, which no longer possesses any resistance, any thinking, any feeling.
So you can instantly break that body, break the little feet, break the hands, because that will has gone.
That body is lying there, no longer has any will, does not want any day conscious, because your fingers, your hands get inspiration as your will comes, don’t they?
And here the will has gone.
Questions and Answers Part 5, 1950
El sonambulismo se vive al margen de la conciencia diurna:
That child, Jeus experienced that at a hundred percent in the unconscious, in the sleep.
So we experience now, we now have unconsciousness and conscious thinking and feeling, but free from the day-conscious.
So, the action has gone, the strength has gone, because it is lying lifeless, the personality is thinking, feeling, bowing, speaking, free from the tissues.
Questions and Answers Part 5, 1950