The Perfect One

The Perfect One
Author: Person
Topic: Women
Year of publication: 2016

The book goes in print in 2016.

The Perfect One is a book that reflects my 25-year-long experience in teaching and studying women engaged in development. It tells the story of a woman who couldn't fit into the space of life and went through a number of emotional problems, financial difficulties, family issues, unfortunate love… She casts everything aside to free herself from this world but instead gets immersed into it even deeper.

The book discusses issues crucial for each and every woman: health, child birth and child rearing, nutrition, love, relationships with men, and in particular the quest to find the woman in oneself. You will have the opportunity to read about real events and situations that happened to The Perfect One for 25 years.


“The Perfect One” represents the tension of the seventh integral field and is a personal power object.


  • read only in repose;
  • do not eat anything for two hours before and after reading;
  • do not read in a hurried or vain state;
  • do not read field-changing electronic books simultaneously;
  • do not offer your personal copy of the book to other people to read.

Comment 1:

An ordinary mind would start its interpretation here from the perspective of the good and bad: is it bad that she did not fit or did fitting mean that she would have to lose Herself? Was casting everything aside folly or feat? Should her immersion into the world provoke pity or praise?

...Whenever in doubt, the reader should search the thought of the author, which in this case needs clarification. Yet an evaluation will anyway ensue.

Here's my response to what I've just read:

She did not fit? Perhaps she did not belong to the generally established level, so that she would gain a special experience, I would even say, so that she would go further in gaining new experience.

She cast everything aside? This seems like an escapism on the verbal level, however the key question here is: Why? In order to immerse herself into Herself and extract the Truth not from the screaming external Environment that disrupts her rhythm and takes away her energy and joy, that imposes on her restrictions and blocks, but from Herself. Therefore here this casting everything aside is called 'finding Herself'.

Immersing herself in the world? Why in the world? She does immerse herself yet not in the external but in the inner world. This is why the use of these words in the same sentence actually disrupts meaning. Because this immersion in the inner world later brings forth a revival of the external world, a world already different – wonderful and full of opportunities, exuberance, a world of shining beauty, harmony and love, even peace. A question arises here: Is this the world she talks about? Yes, it is! However one can see this only by spilling out one's fullness into the world, rather than by drawing from it. Because there's nowhere to draw from; until you find Yourself, everything around you is nothing but an external illusion.

...The Perfect Woman – I see two meanings in the title which make it somehow provocative: one is 'perfect' in the sense of 'thorough, utter', meaning she perfected, finished all she could, sang her swan song and peacefully died; and the second is in the meaning 'excellent'.

Comment 2

Love cannot be fortunate or unfortunate, it either is or isn't! Love is a property of living, an opportunity to live through... I would rather say live in love.

A person who perceives and manifests true pure love does not need a response, does not expect anything in return. In this regard I would like to add that love does not always have to be reciprocal in order to be manifested or experienced. If anyone claims that this is a transitional state, they simply cannot feel or understand the true essence of love.

I believe that it is impossible to love someone or something only for a while. If someone says, 'I loved this man (activity) but I do no more ...' – this simply wasn't love. By its nature love is unconditional, unselfish, forgiving, and, above all, intransitive. Love does not judge or reject.

To experience the true nature of love, one should see, feel and understand cause and effect, the interrelatedness of all events. Only then can we understand that everything that people do, regardless of their actions, is always generated by love, although it may not be visible on the physical level.

If you live in love, you just give it away, and do not expect anything in return because one way or another you get love back.

And then, if you say that you love everything and everybody, or you say that you do not love anyone or anything, both statements would amount to the same thing. The only difference would lie in the perspective towards what has been said. And in this case, to be on the safe side or not be seen as a crazy person, you should preferably, perhaps, argue that you do not love anyone.

The ability to experience true love contributes to the understanding of the world as it is. In addition, it is connected with the realization that if you want to implement this quality of love in the physical world, there must be a correspondence - a person who can open themselves to a similar experience.

Questions and answers

Can love be unfortunate? Or why can it be unfortunate? And if it is unfortunate, perhaps it is not love?

Love cannot be unfortunate, what can be unfortunate is its definition.

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