Mabel Teles is graduated in Social Communication, and she has a Masters in Business Management. She has been a volunteer researcher of Conscientiology since 1993. Teles is the author of Prophylaxis from Consciential Manipulations and a volunteer of Uniescon.
Zephyrus extrapolates the conventional concept of a biography and expands it to a completely new level. The approach does not only present distinctive traits of researcher Waldo Vieira, who is an active personality in the intellectual scene of the 21st century, but also analyses his evolutionary journey considering retrolives (past lives) and intermissive periods (periods between lives on earth), thus moving beyond this current life to the life of Zephyrus (Zéfiro in Portuguese), the epithet which has identified him in the extraphysical dimensions since antiquity.
The result of profound interviews and parahistoriographic research, the book has, as the main source of data, consolidated retrocognitions of Waldo Vieira himself and it launches the genre of holobiographies or multiexistential biographies.
How did you access the ideas of Conscientiology? Did any concept or experience catch your attention in that particular moment?
Mabel Teles: Since my adolescence I was interested in things related to parapsychism. I spent my youth seeking schools or lines of knowledge that could clarify this for me. In 1993, in São Paulo, some friends recommended the IIP (former International Institute of Projectiology) to me. Since then I became a volunteer, teacher and researcher.
How was the beginning of your activities as a volunteer at IIPC? How was the experience and the challenges at that time?
Mabel Teles: I think one of the biggest challenges was the still limited number of volunteer teachers. There were a few of us trying to assist many. The infrastructure was also very unstable. Today the conditions have changed. We are living in a time of conscientiological abundance. There are dozens ICs and Pre-ICs and around 1,700 volunteers in the whole planet.
You lived for some time in Spain and in the USA helping out with the expansion of Conscientiology in the European Continent and in North America. What did you learn abroad?
Mabel Teles: The International volunteering reminds me so much of Conscientiology activities in Brazil, that is, few volunteers to assist many consciousnesses. But, it was a very rich experience in terms of developing energetic self-support and the capacity to assist. Over there, there is nobody to call on, sometimes you are the only Conscientiology reference in that place. That generates, obviously, growth crises in the volunteers’ work.
Do you still participate as a volunteer at the Encyclopedia of Conscientiology in charge of the team of Etymology? How is this activity and your interest for the origin of words?
Mabel Teles: I started working at the Etymology of the Encyclopedia in the first Verbete (entry in an encyclopedia), it was entitled Consciential Openness and was written by Waldo Vieira. It is important to highlight that I am from the communication area. I have worked in this area basically my whole life and Etymology is another line in this reality. To work in Etymology the person must have, obviously, interest in lexicons and research with dictionaries. If the person is easily flustered or has little patience to do research in different dictionaries, they will not do well in this activity. Etymology demands detail and a certain degree of exhaustiveness.
In 2007, your first book published by Editares, “Prophylaxis from Consciential Manipulations”. Did your formation, in the area of Publicity and Advertising, influence your motivation to write this book? Would it be related to what is observed in the media in general or was it a result of self-research?
Mabel Teles: Yes, my academic background influenced the choice. The book is the result of the analysis of media in general but, above all, self and heteroconscientiometry, especially of people with a stronger tendency to being manipulative and manipulated. It is good to remember that manipulation is the base of interconsciential intrusion.
You launched the book your book “Zephyrus: The Intermissive Paraidentity of Waldo Vieira”, at the Tertuliarium. How was the writing process, the selection of research materials and the interaction with the extraphysical team of helpers related to the topic?
Mabel Teles: The writing was based on the contents of interviews about the topic with Waldo Vieira. There were in total 41 hours and 49 minutes of interviews. The meetings were held every two weeks, on Fridays, at the Tertuliarium at the Center of Higher Studies of Conscientiology (CEAEC), in Iguassu Falls, PR. After that, the contents of all the recordings were transcribed by a team of conscientiological volunteers, allowing a detailed study of the subject and then the elaboration of the book. Other data related to Zephyrus came from Tertulias and Minitertulias given by Vieira at CEAEC, and also some scarce bibliographical sources, especially of a spiritist nature.
Historiographic research based on the political and sociocultural context of the subject’s retrolives. The data of the present existence were attained from interviews with the researcher and by accessing some of his personal documents.
Through careful analysis of the gathered material I chose the theme I considered fundamental for the comprehension of guinea pig – subject, taking 2 aspects into consideration: (1) the objective to present the protagonist clearly, amidst a turmoil of narrated experiences, and (2) the coherence of the Vieira’s retrocognitive accounts, discarding vague and indefinite memories. The work was born from that structure.
Zephyrus is the intermissivist identity of Waldo Vieira, that is, his name in the extraphysical, when between one life and the next. Do we all have an identity like that or is it an achievement of evolutionary and assistantial prioritizations? Could it be considered the same as an Extra Identity?
Mabel Teles: An intermissive paraidentity is the result of a consciex´s conscious work in favor of others throughout evolution. The accumulation of polykarmic services increases the popularity with the assisted, spontaneously generating among these a paraname or a paranickname to identify him or her. That´s where the intermissive paraindentity or the extra identity is born. Therefore, not every consciousness carries an extra identity. That depends mainly on the balance of his or her own Personal Evolutionary Record.
“The value of a guinea pig – conscin is based on the cosmoethic content exposed. Human personalities pass. The examples stay”. Mabel Teles
In writing the book about Zephyrus and living with Waldo Vieira (the same consciousness) on a day to day basis, what strongtraits did you identify in him that most propelled your evolutionary process?
Mabel Teles: There are many strongtraits I have identified. Among them, these stand out: self-determination, interassistantial self-parapsychism, self-organization, self-transaffectivity, self-imperturbability, cosmoethics, memory, among others. I tried to analyze these attributes in a particular chapter in the book.
In the book, you approach the consecutive personalities of Waldo Vieira, and the beginning of the Reurbexes – Extraphysical Reurbanizations, circa 1100. What was most striking for you in relation to the studied personalities and the conscious participation in the Reurbexes?
Mabel Teles: The basis of Zephyrus’ temperament and of other consciousnesses involved in the reurbex, is the uninterrupted sense of polykarmic interassistantiality. The evolutionary way of more lucid consciousnesses is based on this premise
By reading this book what may unfold for the reader, especially if an intermissivist?
Mabel Teles: Some nuances related to the backstage of Intermissive Courses and extraphysical preparations of groups of consciousnesses which in the future, in the next human life, would work in the disclosure of the Science of Conscientiology. I think that, by studying the journey of Zephyrus, somehow it helps in the comprehension of the evolutionary itinerary of intermissivists in general.
Do you have plans to travel, launching your books in other places and interacting in a more direct way with your readers?
Mabel Teles: Yes. The first trip is going to be for the Book Fair in São Paulo, in August 23rd of 2014.
What are your next plans in relation to Conscientiological writings?
Mabel Teles: I still don´t have the topic defined for the next work. But I am thinking of writing about the Clarification task.
What are your habits in relation to reading and writing?
Mabel Teles: When I am writing a book, I usually write at least something everyday. I do not have many hours to write, so I use the gaps, the intervals. Daily writing helps the author to keep the holothosene on the book and to attract helper conscexes. I think constant writing is essential for the completeness of the book. As for the reading, it depends on the time available and my interests at that moment.
The book (in Portuguese and English) may be acquired on the site of Editares.