Quests are dynamic formulas that can be used in meditation and in daily life. Their formulation is the result of the collective conquests of Damanhur, but each person can interpret them according to their talents and their characteristics.

The value of the action expresses its full potential when the action is repeated continuously. An action maintained over time acquires value and returns energy, as opposed to an action performed impulsively that burns quickly like a flash, without producing any lasting effect.
The second Quest therefore affirms the continuity in acting consistently with respect to the initial choice. Continuity is the very engine of action that makes our presence solid over time.

An action with these characteristics contains within it the premise to be improved, because it is possible that it is not always balanced in all its parts. Continuity gives us the opportunity to adjust and balance the effects of our actions.

The second Quest therefore suggests to be or become a person who guarantees their presence through the continuity of their actions, not to let their initiatives fall by the wayside but to give them constant strength, not out of stubbornness, but from consistency; the same consistency that will indicate any changes that need to be made from time to time.

The application of the second Quest also means loyalty and respect for the word given, that is, the legitimate expectations that we have induced in others.
Finally, continuity and consistency with what was chosen is an excellent test of our ability to value choices. It gives us the measure of our conviction and allows us to develop a useful self-discipline to begin to transform ourselves first and foremost.

At this point the question is: how consistent are we with what we have chosen? Can we overcome the laziness that often comes between our choices and the continuity they deserve?