The observers' group obeys to ten laws:

Fundamental LAW: REALITY IS
Law n° 1: Illusion is a temporary form limiting consciousness
Law n° 2: Light is the fusion of substance (without form) with spirit
Law n° 3: Consciousness is light and recording of light, that is, attention and perception
Law n° 4: An illusion is always attacked from the plane immediately above
Law n° 5: Attention directed upon illusion attracts and brings it to a crystallized form
Law n° 6: Actual experience allows liberation
Law n° 7: Will sustains light: it maintains tension of the source necessary for radiation
Law n° 8: Liberty has been touched; in time willed work weakens illusion
Law n° 9: Dissolution of form releases light

Law n° 10: External form and the seer are revealed as One

Law n° 2: In a free exchange between synchronised pulsation of two hearts,
Light is born. Thus the One Spirit engraves itself in the manifold.
Law n° 3: In the light we shall see the light. Co–measurement: attention goes from sub–ject to ob–ject which sends back an impression
Law n° 4: The seven levels were pointed out by Alice A. Bailey (see also the 49 subplanes). As sophrology shows, we exert an influence upon sensation or upon physical action through imagination (sixth level: emotion, imagination).
Thinking (fifth level) cannot act directly upon the physical plane (seventh
level). Emotional complexes are treated by reflection, the therapist and his client try to understand the mechanism, one treats therefore a form from the sixth level by understanding (fifth level). Intuition or pure radiance has no direct effect upon our emotional structure.
Law n° 5: Consciousness is a factor of attraction
Law n° 6: Illusion is encircled
Law n° 8: Will is the holding of attention through time. Time is perceived recording during movement forward (Law of synthesis). Law n° 8 works out law n° 4.
Law n° 9: Form is frozen energy (Wilhelm Reich)
Law n° 10: Subject and object are indissociable in the act of observation
(Quantum mechanics). Law closely linked to law n° 3. Work upon the outside modifies the inside: the observer constructs himself.