Side A: Origami I: This talk from 1971 centers on the Japanese paper-folding artform, Origami. The Zen Roshis, who use this art as a teaching tool, say "It's all in the folding and the unfolding." The result of the folding and unfolding is called the material world, or Maya, which is the electromagnetic field upon which the Lord works. Origami is a way of teaching one how to work. Side B: Guidelines for the Practitioner/Labyrinth Reader: This talk given in the early '70s explains for Transit Practitioners how to act appropriately in a variety of situations; potential trouble a Practitioner can get into and how to handle it; and how to communicate with the family of the deceased. The talk stresses the point that a Practitioner never backs down from his or her ministry.