Consider how to be an invisible force for good. Contemplate that. How to avoid the limelight? How to use our magician’s tricks to have the light fall on someone else, someone that needs it. Then smile secretly to yourself. You did this. No one will ever know it but you and the Lords of Karma. This is the most beautiful of Siddhi’s. It often plays out through the masters - we don't understand their behaviour. We don't see past the tricks they use, but the true master has his or her own reasons for doing or saying things.
- The 26th Way, the Siddhi of Invisibility
The other thing about deep patience is that it's the underlying foundation of love. It is the way in which the Shadow transforms into the Gift, so it’s fundamental to every aspect of the Gene Keys. It’s the field - the spaciousness - the cauldron - in which the dynamic change, the alchemy of life occurs.
Patience is love’s vanguard. This is the whole work we’re each here to do - to transform this suffering that our fate brings us, to accept it gladly into an opening heart, and use that heart to open to deeper love.It isn’t just a nice side plate. It’s the main course. So let’s treasure Patience, and measure our progress by how patient we are."
- The 5th Way, the Gift of Patience
It’s this spirit that makes us invincible - all the yin qualities - softness, surrender, yielding, play, subtlety.
To be invincible, we must give up our identity, our attachment to the form. We must dive into life, and die to be reborn in eternity. Only that which has already died can be invincible, and then of course, there is no death. There is only our love, cradled in the palm of love, like a tiny hazelnut, eternal and precious and sweet beyond measure."
- The 9th Way, the Siddhi of Invincibility
When life is not interfered in any way, it becomes highly fluid and efficient. The more you try to force life to flow where yo would like it to go, as opposed to where it wants to go, the less efficient you become and the more energy you use. The most commonly used analogy to this aspect of the 34th Siddhi is the comparison of the life force to water. To echo the words of the great sage Lao Tzu:
‘The very softest thing of all can ride like a galloping horse through the hardest of things.
Like water, like water penetrating rock. And so the invisible enters.
This is why it is wise to act by doing nothing. And how few, how every few understand this!’
- The 34th Gene Key, the Siddhi of Majesty
As we ascend the ladder of frequency, more will come to us: more joy, more love, more money, more friends, more of everything beautiful. The formula that takes us there? One word – gratitude. We must look at our lives every day and count our blessings. This is the most powerful thing we can do in our lives. Focus on all the beauties in our lives rather than the hardships. In fact, learn how to look at even our hardships with gratitude, because then we will turn them into gold as well.
This is the Midas touch, it’s Possession in Great Measure. It’s the spirit of philanthropy, of gold, of the Sun, on all the riches under the Sun. The can all be ours when we learn to give of ourselves unconditionally, just like the Sun."
- The 14th Way, the Siddhi of Bounteousness
The creative rebel breaks through the niceties but is still courteous and respectful. This isn’t an angry rebellion. It’s a rebellion of delight, a glittering pair of eyes. This is vulnerability without being sappy. It’s feisty without being provocative. It’s royalty without pride."
- The 43rd Way, the Gift of Insight
Let us ask ourselves, can we let go of everything? Can we let the moment cradle us in its arms? Can we court the subtle? Can we be that Yin?
Beauty is beyond all definitions; it’s beyond opposites and sides and male and female. It doesn’t give a damn about our agendas. It’s penetrated to the core, and it’s come to the subtlest Truth - that Beauty is all there is. When that is present in a pair of human eyes, we’re looking into the eyes of a true master - a rare and precious thing."
- The 1st Way, the Siddhi of Beauty
This is what is meant by this wonderful word ‘Synarchy’. Synarchy means that we all lead together. It doesn't mean that we're all the same at all. It means that our uniqueness has a place within the orchestra, and instead of just playing a nice tune and being oblivious to all those around us, we begin to play in harmony with everyone else.
When we get to Synarchy, it's a whole other level. We realise that our section is playing in concert with a whole other universe of sections, and they're all coming into Symphony. We become aware for the first time of the conductor, and the conductor is inside every single individual part. This is the great revelation of the fractal universe. Inside every single molecule of our DNA is a conductor, the conductor who’s waiting for us to follow their lead."
- The 44th Way, the Siddhi of Synarchy
To be total in the sense of this Gift means to live without allowing your mind to dictate your life. This is life lived for the moment, in the full knowledge that life purpose can only be found in the present moment rather than the distant future.
Whereas Totality means to live life to the utmost, Immortality means to die into the everlasting moment. To do this, your sense of identity and separateness must first die, leaving only life in its place. Once there is no localised centre of awareness, there is no death because there is nothing to die. Only consciousness remains, moving from one form to another endlessly."
- The 28th Gene Key, the Shadow of Purposelessness, the Gift of Totality and the Siddhi of Immortality