The Assemblage Point
Warrior Path & Carlos Castaneda
  Native American Spirituality

"Everything you think and everything you feel depends on the position of the Assemblage Point."--Don Juan

[There are three Human Assemblage Points. The Static Assemblage Point (SAP), the Moving Assemblage Point (MAP) and the Great Light Assemblage Point (GLAP).  The Stationary Assemblage Point (SAP) is the focal point of the energy body.  It should be in (or near) the centre of the chest but any stress, be it emotional traumas, violence, intimidation, giving birth, accidents, as well as drug use (illegal and legal), can shift it off centre and it can even move into organs like the liver and heart.  Each position around the centre, be it left, right, up or down produces a certain feeling and thinking associated with that position see.   It can be likened to tuning a radio, but instead of getting a poor reception you get a poor or 'off-centre' feeling and thinking.  This is where the saying 'centred' comes from.  It can be shifted back to centre with a crystal or some people can move it back with their will.  This validates the teachings in Carlos Castaneda's books.  Over 10 years ago Harley Swiftdeer Reagan, who was Don Genaro's apprentice, taught Jon Whale how to shift the SAP.   To have your assemblage point position checked, and shifted if needed contact the webmaster (UK only)  The webmaster knows two people personally who were cured of depression in two minutes by having their SAP position corrected, both were due to emotional trauma.  See how the Allopaths suppress non-allopathic medicine---they deleted the Assemblage Point page on Wikipedia.  What is termed 'The Shaman's Blow' is another type of shift that moves you into Satori.
    For an Assemblage Point shifting crystal look for a 'crystal wand'.  Same crystal, can be 1/5 of the price.]

See quotes: Psychiatric drugs   Alternative Medicine


The Catalyst Of Power by Jon Whale
Fire From Within by Carlos Castaneda

[2007] Assemblage Point interview

Jon Whale interview on Stationary Assemblage Point (SAP)

External link
The Human Assemblage point by Jon Whale
The Human Assemblage Point and Health

[AP Forum testimonial]  Depression cures

Jon Whale  Schizophrenia

'Crystal wand' used as an Assemblage Point shifter