Written by Jacob Ranta
“There are four ways, you have to see, individually, before being able to see the universe.
These four ways are: Ground, Ego, Clear Mind & 3rd Dimension.
None specific way is more important than other, and, they all should be treated as a one. The centre point and focusing point is to hold the balance between them.
In this book we will teach you all of these 4 ways, the 4 elements, and how to link them together and for being able see the universe.”
Mark was reading the first page of the book he had just founded from “no category”-section. “Sounds crazy enough”, he thought and slipped the book in his satchel while heading out from the local bookshop. He was already late for meeting his dear friend Alisa, but he had to find some gift for her as her birthday. A gift for a girl like Alisa had to be something mystical, so it was easy for Mark: just choose just some old book that is crazy enough and she’ll love it.
“Four ways to see the universe” he mouthed while satling on to his bike.
“What next” he laughed at started to cycle in the last rays of the days sunset.
Even the leafs had already stepped out to the ground and the cold wind had been teasing almost two months, that day was specially warm.
Mark loved to cycle in days like these. And after forgetting Alisa’s birthday he had settled a quick date with her and was now going to meet her. With his green sprayed bicycle he loved the moments when he was being able to drive as fast as he could. And when he was on that mood, even the traffic lights didn’t stop him.
He’s grip to the world was a bit catastrophically in many ways, or at least he saw it in that way. He liked to do things differently and to look different, he even enjoyed the attention he got from the people staring at him. Maybe it was because of his torn out green jacket and his self cutted brown, long from some parts, short from some parts, haircut.
Even from his heart to biking, it was getting dark until Mark arrived to the nearest hilltop where he should meet with Alisa. Sky was clear and the stars were appearing above him.
“There you are!”, Mark shout smiling and waved his hand to the Alisa, who was sitting on the bench near by.
“Hi there!”, Alisa answered with a friendly voice.
“Happy birthday Alisa”, Mark said smiling and took the book from his brow satchel and gave it to Alisa.
“What is this? You shouldn’t..”, she laughed. Alisa’s eyes were gazed to the front cover of the book.
“Four ways to see the universe..”, She read the tittle a loud and then looked up to Mark.
“Did you pay for this?”, she asked curiously.
“Well, you know me.”, Mark said laughing. “It brings more mystic into that book if it’s stolen”
“Mystical indeed..”, said Alisa and was already reading almost the end of the first page.
“Cmon you can start it later!”, Mark laughed.
Alisa laughed, closed the book and put it in to her green backpack.
“Thank you!”, Alisa said and hugged Mark. “This is the best gift as usually. I can’t understand how do you always find such a interesting books!”.
Stars were now appeared completely, and the sky was getting darker. Even the city lights didn’t seem to affect on it. Alisa and Mark were sitting on a bench, sharing the view of a dark sea ahead. As the waves hit the rocks somewhere down below the edge, they saw a lady nearby, dresses in all red jogging-suit. Alisa thought it was kind cute and poked Mark to see it in that way. Mark smiled and lighted up the cigarette. He were staring to the stars.
“Have you ever thought that we could be from another planet?” Alisa asked while leaning also up to the stars.
“Yep, or we are just part of some space or something” Mark answered.
“What do you mean?”, Alisa asked curiously
“That are we just some energies from space that has summed up to here..”, said Mark with a bit seriously face but smiled after that.
“But don’t we come from the earth?”, said Alisa and continued:
“or at least our body is from the earth.. Maybe our mind is from space or..”
She was interrupt by the jogging lady who was now reaching them.
The hilltop was really popular amongst joggers and runners. It was also one of the Alisa’s favorite calming places. Specially on the summer time, even the view from the hilltop was so beautiful, that it helped people to relax.
“I think we should go”, Alisa said after the jogging lady had gone past them.
“I have an early morning and I want to catch this book before it.”
“Sure! Let’s go! Cant wait hear how was it.” said Mark.
“Should we walk together?” she asked.