I remember once in the Himalayas, there was a, everyone was going to Sivananda Ashram. There was a little swami there, hardly anybody went there. And there he was sitting in this little hut and all that he did was to look at you. And he never flickered his eyelids. And so you didn't know quite if you could be able to stand looking into those eyes, they were so beautiful, incredible. They were so pure. And trying to trust yourself to look in them. It wasn't like the dervish
who might curse you, it was very loving eyes. And you came out of that walking on air.
So at this step, you purify your glance. We were working with the glance this morning but, there are practices in scientology which I find very dangerous, staring at people. One has to be very careful about staring at people until one's glance is absolutely pure. The heavens have to come through your glance and then it's okay. And that means if you identify yourself with that aspect of your being at the level of malakut.