GOETIA GIRL IPOS, SHAMAN WITCH ACTRESS OF PSYCHOMAGIC
The Twenty-Second Succubus is Ipos, otherwise called Iposi. She is a Great Countess and a Mighty Princess and appears in the form of a most beautiful and noble Woman. She will speak of her ‘Lioness’ Objective, her ‘Goose’ of an Obstacle and that of her Hares ‘Method’ in regards to her Acting, for she is an Actress who can make her Director of a Master witty and bold.
But only when she to ride and be ridden by him upon the Casting Couch within those most Erotic lucid dreams she will induce after evoking her. She also knows of all things Past, Present and to come of Futures beckoning back. She Governs over Thirty-Six Legions of Female Spirits likened to herself of Actresses.
When a Male practitioner conjures Iposi, he can assume the alternate persona of a famous Actor within a lucid dream, which Iposi will empower. What is required in order to achieve this goal is that you have to see yourself as a famous Actor, strutting the stage of life, between the entrance of birth, and the exit of death, of a prior active imagination exercise. You are essentially engaging in visualising yourself via your third eye of a camera, Acting within an inner film you are in turn directing as its Director.
Whereupon you first construct your character to Act out, by researching those successful Actors who you admire, in regards to their Acting abilities corresponding to your seven planetary sphere Chakras of emotional armoured seals to unseal, to thereby assume, as an archetype, ruling over one of the ten Cabbalistic domains.
Iposi will then weave a corresponding lucid dream around you, which will then reflect back the assumption of your character, to Act out, with whom she is intimately engaged. Should your lucid dreams be intense enough, the dream experiences will then imprint your subconscious mind, and in turn your nervous system.
Your nervous system cannot tell the difference between a real or a vividly imagined experience; wherefore, an intensely experienced conjuration of the Succubus Iposi within a lucid dream will imprint your nervous system, whereby awakening your own Acting skills to come to conscious fruition.
You can likewise utilise the character of a Director to assume, if you prefer; wherefore you see yourself directing a big budget movie, which in essence, is that of your own life story to thereby transform by your psycho-magic conjuration of Iposi.
Iposi will inform her Director of a Master in depth about the Stanislavski ‘system’ approach to Acting, which the author Carlos Castaneda otherwise termed as the ‘stalking’ procedures of a sorcerer, whereby Iposi fuses the two approaches together of exercise.
The term of stalking is used in various different ways in Castaneda’s work. Castaneda uses stalking in reference to the warrior’s virtues as a sorcerer who has consummate forbearance and timing, which is a prerequisite for an Actor playing the part of an archetype.
Whereby you have the meaning of ‘Waiting for the Opening,’ which is implied by Castaneda’s understanding of stalking. This becomes quite clear within the context of confronting those ‘Petty Tyrants’ of your life to overcome; whether it be that of negative situations within society, to that of individuals who cause you grievance.
The ensuing adversity facilitates the evolution of your personality and character, if you become aware of its existence, betwixt and between the Ida and Pingala nerve channels of your autonomic nervous system.
Stalking implies far more than a hunter’s skill and patience in relation to any external situation. The same, or similar approach can be taken towards that of the Internal predator of an addiction. You can deliberately irritate this part of yourself by not giving into its habits and demands. Your ‘predator’s mind’ becomes quite obvious under stress, whereby you stalk your own self in order to transform of symbolic alchemy.
Stalking is also used to describe Death, which constantly ‘stalks’ your awareness. Death as a predator stalks humanity, setting it up, and keeping all stressed, of highly reactive mode, whereby you are faced with constant new crises in order to stay one step ahead, which elicits a predictable emotional reaction from your animal self, stalked by a predator.
The only release is to be within the ‘eternal moment’ to perceive death as your advisor, like that of a martial artist who is thereby not afraid of entering the stage of life’s gladiatorial arena in front of a mortal audience.
The Stanislavski ‘system’ of pre-Castaneda Sstalking procedures was developed by Constantin Stanislavski, a Russian Actor, Director, and Theatre administrator at the Moscow Art Theatre founded in 1897, around the same time that Karl Marx’s, Das Kapital was published, which made the workers to dance, the aristocracy to fear.
Stanislavski’s system is the result of many years of intensive research, observations, and efforts to determine how a human being can control in their performance the most intangible and uncontrollable aspects of human behaviour, such as emotions, and artistic inspiration.
The most influential Acting teachers in America, including Lee Strasberg, Stella Adler, Harold Clurman, Robert Lewis, Sanford Meisner and Uta Hagen have all traced their pedigrees back to Stanislavsky, his theories, and that of his numerous disciples who ‘stalk’ their own selves upon a mirroring synchronicity.