The interaction of a Self with an individual is always based upon mutual advantage: for this reason Selfs can be considered specialist symbionts. The Self attracts useful conditions for physical life or for the development of personal potential, connecting to the aura through the ‘microlines’: the energy lines of the human body. In exchange the selfic intelligence has the opportunity to gain experience of a different world from that in which it originates. Selfs and human beings do not live all aspects of their existence in reciprocal interaction, only those that bring specific mutual advantage.
The largest selfic structure on the planet is hosted by the » Temples of Humankind , a great underground work of art built by the citizens of the Federation of Damanhur.
The selfic installation’s principal function is to correct, balance and modify sound, rhythm and time. The Temples seen in the context of a laboratory create the ideal conditions for interacting with Higher Forces for the evolution of humanity. The use of the selfic structures of the Temples has allowed for the development of new areas of research, both in the field of health and the exploration of time and space.
The Selfica laboratory Selet conducts research in the field of energies linked to the use of metals. Selfica is an ancient art that creates structures based on precise mathematics which connect to specialized energies and intelligence. Experts in Selfica direct their research to the creation of ‘live’ objects with functions that are aimed specifically at the well being of the user. Among their many uses, Selfs are used to encourage personal and environmental harmony and to amplify sensorial capacities.
The simplest Selfs are made of metal but the SelEt workshop also creates more complex structures that combine metals with spheres containing specially prepared liquids for the transformation of energy. Other structures unite precious metals with microcircuits constructed in specially prepared inks, to carry out complex energetic functions.
These Selfs can be programmed for multiple functions and can be used by more than one person at the same time for different purposes.
The Selet workshop in Damanhur Crea is involved in the creation and sales promotion of selfs that have been widely experimented, and so available also to the greater public: they are devices that can be simple or complex and which carry out specific functions, aimed at the wellbeing of whoever uses them because they help to bring people and environments back into harmony and to amplify a person’s sensory abilities.