Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
What is the purpose of starting letters with this sentence of eleven words? Often I think it deteriorates into a flag waving exercise, a means of proclaiming what team you are identifying with. Is that really all?
What would happen if you were to consciously think and write these words? Saying it consciously really brings it to the mind. These days so many people have shortcuts. What is the point? If it is just another habit, albeit an odd one, it serves little purpose. It should be said thoughtfully, with intention.
In this way, the very act of writing these eleven words is an act of Awareness. In the ongoing struggle against habit and unconscious patterns, this one practice to help the dreamer awaken is welcome.
Do what thou wilt, or Svecchacara, or 93. Whatever you may say, let it have conscious intent, and help both yourself and others to experience, if but for an instant, that primordial pristine Awareness.
Love is the law, love under will