Today’s Pathworking Visualization – Sri K. Parvathi Kumar


Two fishes, five loaves gained. St. Mark speaks.
“Feed the hosts of wisdom. No more hunger, suffering,
death.” The boat sails. The wind blows.
The waves dance. The fish jump.

Two fishes and five loaves gained. Two fishes rep-
resent Pisces and its opposite sign Virgo. Virgo is but
the reflection of Pisces. The five loaves are the five
pairs of Sun signs. The five pairs are the five couples.

They are:

1. Aries, Libra
2. Taurus, Scorpio
3. Gemini, Sagittarius
4. Cancer, Capricorn
5. Leo, Aquarius

All these twelve Sun signs together form the Zo-
diac in which there are six pairs of male-female. The
adept gains the cooperation of the Zodiac, which
is symbolically stated as gaining two fishes and five
loaves.

The twelve-petalled lotus of Anahata becomes the
abode of the adept. Staying in that lotus of the heart,
the adept keeps teaching and healing, transmits love
and wisdom and recruits the inclined beings into the
path of discipleship, which is called the fishing of the
souls. Thus teaching, healing and fishing the souls be-
come the main activity. The adept overcomes thirst
and hunger, engaging himself in the triple activities
stated above.

To such one the St. Mark speaks from the core of
the heart lotus, transmitting his energies. He speaks
the key of the Katha. Katha is the sound key of the
twelve syllables engraved on the twelve petals of the
lotus. St. Mark holds this key for this cycle. Mar-
kandeya is the Lord of the Key. The key emphasis-
es upon the death and its secrets. The path of death
transforms into the path of immortality when this key
is revealed.

The adept feeds unlimited wisdom so that there
is no more hunger. He heals so that there is no more
suffering. He gives the key to death so that there is
no fear of death. The adept is helped by St. Mark so
that his life (the boat) continues to sail. The sail be-
comes effortless since the wind turns favourable for
accomplishing the triple activity of teaching, healing
and fishing.

The life currents of the fellow beings around him
dance in joy. The souls with renewed enthusiasm jump
around to be fished in. The souls fish in by their will
and volition. This is the beauty of the fishing of an
adept. He thus catches the fish by the bite and the
hook. Poor are the teachers who hook the fellow be-
ings. A rich teacher (rich in Spirit) makes the presence
available and they fish in themselves. The fisherman
carries the basket of souls (fishes) with love to their
destination.

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