this person smell right, do they do they feel right, there is all this stuff that has to go on. It’s very, very basic.
And then you get to the conceptualizing. The conceptualizing part gets tricky because of course you have the not-self mind. And the not-self mind is always trying to calculate and it’s usually hiding something. So, it looks in different ways at the other in terms of getting in the information. It looks at them visually and it talks to them, and here’s whatever it is that they have to say. These are ways in which we assess the other.
Now, when you’re dealing with a splenic system, the splenic system doesn’t affect the other. This is the most primitive. It’s just checking out to make sure that you’re okay. But the Ajna Center, because of its possibilities, the Ajna Center in conceptualizing with the other can say to them, look, I think you would be terrific “if,” I’d like to spend time with you “but,” if only you could be this, that, or the other, or there’s this thing missing, or there’s that t