Quite a few of the Lightfamily identify with shamanism or Toltec mysticism. I studied in a small group with you many years ago before you reached out to a global audience, and at that time you mentioned you are a Toltec Nagual and that you are training our group to become worthy of the name "Toltec". But since then you have not called yourself anything at all, nor have you called the way of your teachings by any specific name. Why did the Toltec philosophy you were reportedly living at the time, become dormant in your teachings?
Regarding the Toltec philosophy and teachings, some little understood aspects:
- Once the Toltec Way is truly embraced, it cannot be divided into separate truths — it is inseparable from daily life; it becomes recognized as the nature of existence.
- Truth, to one who has balanced the masculine and feminine nature of spiritual warriorship, is what a master brings to every moment. In other words, truth isn't uncovered by them, but is created by them. The fluid nature of truth becomes clear.
- Although I applaud the dissemination of Toltec knowledge as offering an alternative to the disempowering teachings of religion, those who have read the books, assume that the glimmers of truth they contain are the sum total of Toltec Knowledge; they subsequently fall into the primary trap warned about by Nagual teachers — the arrogance of 'thinking they know'. I was not interested in attracting those students who think they know.
The hidden truth of Toltec teachers, is that the basic teachings imparted by three or four-pronged Naguals is able to be surpassed when taught by the nameless ones; the Naguals who have embraced the agony of cracking their luminous cocoon 12, 20 or even 33 times. These are the ones who have passed through the gates of death and have returned altered. They are the teachers of Naguals who have shed their labels and have acknowledged that nothing can be known.