An extract from the book “THE SPLENDOUR OF THE HUMAN BEING” by Preciada Azancot
©Preciada Azancot

We already know, at least from the viewpoint of this brief initiation, our universal human structure and also our available energy to activate it, in other words our six innate authentic emotions. But we cannot yet talk of structural engineering. Knowledge of a third dimension is missing: knowledge of our six senses.

Our senses are our antenna to the world. They are what allow us to capture the reality of our surroundings and respond to that environment. Our body is the receptacle of the universe.
MAT considers six senses: touch, hearing, smell, taste, sight and sex. Each sense is an antenna specialised in the functioning of one of our six senses and in one of our six emotions.
These discoveries have been scientifically proven through our full-time hospital research over three years at the Hospital de la Princesa in Madrid.
In this work we will not mention the technical or mechanical part of the senses, so much as their exact functions in the functioning of our personality structure. We will leave the technical aspect to more qualified researchers than us.
MAT shows that each one of our six senses is a specialised antenna that captures all the necessary information and stimuli to activate one of our structures. Only one. When a sense fails, it affects the corresponding emotion and structure. And when the emotion fails and affects the structure, the corresponding sense fails.
The human being is a sensitive being because it has six senses. Not because it has emotions. The emotion is the internal energy that makes the structure function. The sense is the external installation that allows us to capture the totality of reality accessible to the human being. The senses capture stimuli and inform us of part of the total reality in which we are immersed. Our senses are marvellous installations and, also, very limited. However, if we set them into functioning fully, we will discover an extraordinary world.
In the same way as, we already saw, we haven’t discovered or educated our structures and emotions we have done nothing to fine tune and use our senses. If we do so, we will discover a marvellously sensitive universe. In the same way as we use a minimum capacity of our structure and emotions, we are also underdeveloped in the use and handling of our senses.
Our senses all come from the Vitaliser. Let us remember that one of the Vitaliser’s functions is sharing, so that justice reigns and each structure gives the best of itself, and grows to infinite limits. When we are a one day old embryo, our Vitaliser already does the specialised sharing. Therefore, if we are born with a sense that fails this is due to a small extent to failure of the Vitaliser and to a large extent to a failure of the corresponding structure.
Our senses are incomplete and limited. We all know that there are animals on earth that have some of their senses infinitely more developed and powerful than ours. To give a simple example, we know that a dog’s hearing is perfectly capable of capturing ultrasound, whereas our hearing is totally deaf in this respect. A dog has a sense of smell capable of remembering a smell for years and following the track of a human or animal over kilometres and after days. There are animals that can see things that are completely invisible to us. However, for the functions that the human being has to fulfil, our senses have more than sufficient power and scope. Would that as for the rest of our structural and emotional treasures we were capable one day of fully using and enjoying them.
Let us now examine each one of our senses and its function in our structural engineering.


Touch is the widest and greatest of the senses at our disposal. It covers our entire skin. Skin covers our entire body. Touch also covers our external mucus. As we already said, we will not enter into any anatomical considerations, a subject in which we are totally ignorant and which, moreover, will be the object of future specialists’ research and development. We will limit ourselves to the mere structural engineering, which is what MAT is.
Touch is related to our Rector and authentic fear and is the antenna responsible for guaranteeing our security and harmony.

MAT’s SAFETY SYSTEM - Preciada Azancot

MAT’s SAFETY SYSTEM – Preciada Azancot

Indeed, if we do some simple imagination exercises, we will totally capture the certainty of our discovery:
Let us imagine that we are totally skinned, skinless. If we close our eyes and imagine ourselves without skin, we will immediately feel terrified. Nothing could even brush against us. Touch is the sense that guarantees and safeguards our security.
Thanks to our skin we can avoid all the dangers of the surroundings before it is too late: we know what is warm and pleasant and what is burning and can destroy our sense. We know what is frozen so that we can release it on time and not end up with gangrene. We know what is made to comfort us and not to itch or burn. We know how to distinguish between what is soft and can be stroked and what is rough, coarse and repelling. We know what is hard and what is soft. What is dry and what is wet. What can harm us and what can please us. What is healthy and what is rotten. What is hard and what is ripe. And, above all, for the correct functioning of the axes, what is existent and what isn’t.
If you allow us, we are going to set out some exercises that will make you experience the discoveries of MAT, addressing ourselves in the first person to each one of you so that you can follow the exercises in a personalised dialogue: You – I.

1) Imagine that you have caught a strange disease that leaves you without any of your senses: without touch, without hearing, without smell, without taste, without sight and without sex. How do you feel? What are you like today? What do you know? Which is your universe? What do you intend to do about your future?
Do this exercise with a friend and compare your reactions, beliefs and decisions.
2) Now you only have touch: explore yourself, explore your world. What do you know? What do you feel? What do you own? What are you thinking of doing?
3) Now you have your six senses: make contact with your skin. Your skin is your sensitive armour. Do you perceive it? Do you perceive that as well as sensitive it is reactive? What is the dominant emotion in you?
4) Now close your eyes and make contact with each part of your body, with the skin that covers each part of your body. Start with the head and move downwards until reaching your toes. What did you feel? Have you felt tingling, cold, heat in some parts more than in others? Write down your discoveries.
5) Do this exercise with some friends who have agreed to do it with you. Have them stand behind your back, close your eyes, and then ask them to do the same exercise with you without saying their name or identifying themselves in any way. Each one must approach you from behind and place their hand about ten centimetres away from the nape of your neck. When they have all done it identify how many times you have perceived more or less sensations and whether these sensations were pleasant or threatening.
6) In the same way as in the previous exercise ask each one, without identifying themselves, to touch the nape of your neck, back and kidneys. Compare your sensations with each one of your friends and verify whether the same pleasant or unpleasant sensations happen with the same people as in the previous exercise.
7) Now imagine that you have all your senses except for touch. Of all the functions of your six structures (Safety, Development, Justice, Status, Belonging, Plenitude) which is the one you are missing most? If you have chosen plenitude, what is the one that comes next?
8) Now imagine that you are naked and immobilised in a horizontal position lying on the floor. Imagine that your eyes are bandaged and that rats, toads and worms are running over your body. What do you discover? What is your dominant emotion? What structure would you want to put in play to stop this suffering?
9) Now surround yourself with various objects of different textures, close your eyes and ask your exercises companion to bring an object close to you without saying what it is. What do you discover? What type of objects do you identify best?
10) Now imagine that you are frightened, very frightened. What do you need most to feel safer? For somebody that you trust to touch you? Or would you rather that they look at you, smell you, suck you, hear you or penetrate you sexually?

If we have done these exercises properly, we will discover the absolute relationship between skin and touch and authentic fear. And also with a very particular structure: with the Rector. In fact, our skin is our only safety armour, which allows us to move away from danger and harm and approach what is safe.
When our Rector functions and is fed by authentic fear, we know, from a distance, how to perceive that a dangerous person or animal is approaching, because the nape of our neck, our back and our kidneys are more specialised than the rest of our skin to ensure safety.
We know, from only looking at another person’s skin, whether that person is toxic or attractive and safe.
We know, from only shaking a person’s hand, whether that person is safe or not.
We know that when we are frightened we sweat, and we recognise this fear, more often than not inflated, through the dryness or dampness of the hand that we are shaking.
We know from the pride-fear axis that when our hands are sweaty we are frightened and when we feel pride the skin is warm and dry. And we know how to detect these emotions in other people’s skin.
However, there is an abyss between touching and feeling. When we touch we are using our touch, our fear and our Rector in a mechanical, devaluated and superficial way. When we feel and concentrate on this precious, miraculous task we know how to detect all the shades of authentic safety. We perceive our contact with the where of things. We enter more and better into ourselves and we diagnose better what is foreign. For this reason, babies stroke their favourite teddy bear or a piece of blanket or pillow to feel more secure.
It is incredible to realise how our highest rector capability, that of diagnosing and detecting harmony, grows and takes root if we exercise touching and feeling objects, people and ourselves. It is worth the trouble to try it.
The same as each one of the six emotions, fear has its related colour, which best expresses it for this emotion to enter into our body through its corresponding sense when it arrives as a stimulus from the surroundings. THE COLOUR OF FEAR IS PURPLE.
Let us do one last exercise: close your eyes and visualise a great purple or violet energy that enters through all the pores of your skin and fills your body. Allow this great energy to penetrate and act within you for three minutes. Before opening your eyes, make this colour become more dense and stronger, darker as well, in the nape of your neck, your back and your kidneys. Open your eyes and verify how you feel.
If this exercise is carried out properly, you will be feeling safer, more harmonious and trusting in yourself. Do this exercise every time you need to reinforce your Rector and connect it to your authentic fear to achieve greater safety.
We can verify the close and great relationship that exists between the colour violet, in all its range from purple to lilac with fear and it function, safety. Violet is the expression of fear and safety in the chromatic range. To verify this we can do various exercises, such as upholstering or painting a room in a violet colour when we need to reinforce the sensation of safety, wearing a purple dress when we feel fear and see whether we access greater safety, surround ourselves with objects of daily use coloured violet if we note that our structural failure is in the Rector of if we need to connect fear better. It works. In our seminars we have been able to verify the great beneficial effect of the colour violet on the Rector’s functioning, on the connection with authentic fear and on the improvement of skin illnesses, lung diseases and nerve related ailments.
In addition we have completed profound research on the use of the preferred colours of the great painters according to their personality structure and their emotional typological functioning. Without knowing all of this that we are revealing, we seek specific colours according to our state of mind to vitalise us.
And, finally, we have been able to verify that the people who are lacking authentic fear withstood invasive and dominating contacts without reacting and acted in an invasive way towards others, whereas those that do have this emotion exalted are distrustful and reject touching. We have been able to verify that when fear is well connected skin problems disappeared.
A good meditation exercise would be to make a massive VIOLET SAFETY ENERGY penetrate through all the pores of your skin and keep it there within you for two minutes. During the third minute make it deeper and intensify the colour in the nape of your neck, back and kidneys.

The Splendour of the Human Being - Preciada Azancot

The Splendour of the Human Being – Preciada Azancot

An extract from the book “THE SPLENDOUR OF THE HUMAN BEING” by Preciada Azancot
©Preciada Azancot

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