stalking (others) pointers

First, it’s going to be a big help if you’re stalking amongst people you don’t know or haven’t ever met before. Always use such opportunities to practice not being yourself exactly.

Second, try to set up a situation where you have to succeed. If you’re just doing it to experiment or have some fun, you might not have the proper inspiration to really go for it with both feet, if you know what I mean.

Third, it’s true stalking when you fool yourself. You can’t be knowing who you “really” are while you’re stalking someone else, some other self. If you loosen your personal history and beliefs and such sufficiently, stalking becomes quite easy. There is no ‘self’ who you really are anyway.

2 Commentsto stalking (others) pointers

  1. BratscheWarrior dice:

    Good tips. A little addition to 1 and 3 i have.

    1) Also stalk the people you do know. Especially family members.

    3) i don’t think you necessarily need to fool yourself, but rather know that you are just acting a certain way which may not be in your usual repertoire of actions. You may confuse yourself by acting in this way, but hey, that’s what stalkers do. A good way to move the assemblage point maybe?

  2. true dice:

    Exactly. If you’re not confused… if you still know who you are and that you’re stalking, then how can we say the AP moves?

    The purpose of stalking is to move or loosen the AP, not to fool people or pull pranks. That should be clear. The measure of stalking isn’t whether you’ve fooled someone else, it’s whether your AP moves; and you know your AP has moved when you don’t know who you are or that you’re stalking. When the AP moves, your memories are no longer available.

    For DJ or someone quite skilled in this, the difference won’t seem so great; they’ve learned to join the two worlds/attentions. But for beginners, they should look for this marked difference in that you become very uncertain about who you really are. Like the feeling when you wake up from a dream, only to find you’re still dreaming and you wake up again, and then you have to test if you’re really awake now or still dreaming. You’re personality should seem just as precarious – that it’s just one position/personality of millions and not “the real you”, or who you really are. There is no real personality. The only real you is pure awareness.

    This may seem hard core to some, but it just goes to show how we read a book and don’t always get the significance, the root. There’s a lot of people that speak of stalking as if it’s just pulling one over on somebody. That’s why they’re still concerned with lying or telling the truth – because their AP hasn’t moved they still know what’s what. That’s not stalking. There are no lies for a stalker; and no truth. If we want fluidity, we can’t keep static concepts. Lies and truths have to remain constant and fixed in order to be lies and truths. A warrior cannot remain constant; must not remain fixed.

    We have to lose the identity that we think we really are; the secure place that we think we can always come back to if we decide this warrior stuff isn’t for us; the ability to discriminate between reality and dream or hallucination… all these securities must go at some point.
    Until we jump into the abyss, we’re outsiders, just testing the water to see if we want to swim. This is why it helps to have a nagual to throw you in when s/he sees that you’re ready. If it’s up to us, we’ll stay outsiders forever, or we’ll do something impulsive and reckless.