Liber III vel Jugorum



The Horse is Action. Man, rule thine Action. How else shalt thou master the Father, and answer the Fool at the Left Hand Gateway of the Crown?

Here are practices. Each may last for a week, or more.

  1. Avoiding lifting the left arm above the waist.
  2. Avoid crossing the legs.

Of thine own ingenium devise others.

On each occasion that thou art betrayed into doing that thou art sworn to avoid, cut thyself sharply upon the wrist or forearm with a razor; even as thou shouldst beat a disobedient dog. Feareth not the Horse the teeth of the Camel?
Thine arm then serveth thee both for a warning and for a record. Thou shalt write down thy daily progress in these practices, until thou art perfectly vigilant at all times over the least action that slippeth from the least of thy fingers.
Thus bind thyself, and thou shalt be for ever free.

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