Color Significance

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The effect of color on your emotions has been known for some time. Looking at
something bright yellow seems to cheer people up and invites an outward release of
feeling and emotion. By changing certain color schemes in manufacturing plants,
accident rates could drop sharply. Changing to certain color combinations in school
classrooms could improve the learning ability of students. Proper color codes in
assembly-line factories could reduce fatigue and monotony, and increase efficiency.
Hospital recovery rooms could be repainted for less pain and suffering of patients.
Through the research of Gabriel Cousens, M.D., it was found that the color of a
food reflects a certain frequency that resonates and bonds specific cells and tissues in
our bodies. He further correlated individual colors with the body's seven individual
chakras. Ingesting certain colored foods can energize, cleanse, build and rebalance
the glands, organs and nerve centers associated with the corresponding chakra of the
same color. Foods selected by color can in turn have a corresponding therapeutic
effect. Again of course, the food must be ingested in as pure a state as possible for
maximum effect. Raw, freshly picked and organically grown vegetables and fruits
are preferable.
The longer wavelengths of the red end of the spectrum have distinctly different
reactions on living things than the blue end of the spectrum. Crops grow differently
in red and blue light. For instance, grape vines mature faster and produce fruit
quicker under blue light. Under red light, radishes grow quite large. Chinchillas
raised under blue light produce litters with more females, and mink raised under pink
light produce more males.
Under the short wavelengths of blue light, time is likely to be underestimated.
Under the long wavelengths of red light, time is overestimated, and feels like it is in
slow motion. Things seem longer and heavier under red, and shorter and lighter
under blue. To the dark adapted eye, red signals are still perceived as flashing at 75
times per minute, whereas blue flashing fuses into an illusion of being continuous at
more than 20 times per minute. Simultaneous sounds increase the sensitivity of the
eyes to blue light, but decrease their sensitivity to red. People exposed to red light
experience an increase in blood pressure, but with continued exposure to the color,
the effect is reversed and the blood pressure decreases below normal. Blue light
decreases the blood pressure at first, but then causes it to rise after prolonged
exposure. When prison room walls of holding cells were painted pink, it seemed to
have a calming effect on violent prisoners at the New Mexico State Penitentiary for the first few minutes, but afterwards the effect reversed itself and the prisoners
become even more violent. It seems therefore that color stimulation for therapeutic
application should be organized in terms of brief periods of single colors alone, and
given in alternating spurts for maximum benefit. Imagine homes, offices and
classrooms of the future where the color of room walls are programmed to change
automatically every 3 minutes to whatever color is conducive to the desired result.
One researcher found that one inherited type of dyslexia called, "scotopic sensi-
tivity syndrome," seems responsive to specific color wavelengths of light. By using
different colored overlays or color tinted lenses, reading difficulties for these
dyslexics were often alleviated. Even some "normal" readers could increase their
reading speed with colored overlays. The color seems to modify the light that goes to
the eye, and therefore reduce the distortions that a reader previously perceived. Not
everyone responds to the same colors in the same way out of 150 color tints used,
ranging from deep blue to red. For this reason, subjects choose the color tint that
makes the printed page more distinct and readable to them. Tinted lenses by
themselves are not a cure for a specific reading problem, but instead they enhance the
effect of remedial educational practices.
When another researcher attached electrodes to the eyes of 20 subjects, he found
that different colored lights registered specific electrical patterns as each subject
perceived each distinct color. Since some people have a better ability to vividly
visualize, he further found that 5 out of the 20 subjects could produce the same
electrical patterns by just imagining each color! In fact, they could produce this
electrical pattern of an imagined color at the same time that a different color was
flashing before their eyes! In other words, the mind's imagined perception could
override actual perception. This is something that hypnotists have been demon-
strating with subjects for quite some time.
To be able to visualize colors not only brings about a clarity to your memory and
imagination, but it also improves your perceptual vision as well. As a daily exercise,
watch people and things displaying brilliant colors. When you see a bright color,
close your eyes and visualize the color. Recreate it with more intensity and
imagination in your mind's eye. Breathe steadily and deeply while doing this, and
when you open your eyes, you'll see an improved difference in your color
perception. Next, choose a color and make a list of all the things you saw with that
color on the way to work, school or to the store. Check yourself for accuracy the
next time you make the same trip.
To demonstrate the power of clear visualization on your body, simply imagine a
bright, white light shining down upon your head, enveloping you and filling your
entire body. If you do this vividly enough, you should easily experience feelings of
warmth, security and comfort. Now visualize a gray light shining down on you and
through you. You should experience disquieting or uncomfortable feelings. Once
you are able to visualize colors distinctly, you can use your talent of color
visualization on people in need. If a friend is tired or fatigued, visualize him being
flooded with bright, invigorating red light, followed by brilliant yellows and finalized
with a treatment of warm, orange light. If a person is nervous or hyperactive, treat
him to a mental bath of violet or lavender light. Do the same for yourself. For
instance, when you have a headache, bathe yourself in cool, calming blue.

Dispelling “Evil” From A Person

Studies of individuals who had 'multiple personalities' revealed that their brain
wave patterns (via an electroencephalogram) were as different as between person-
alities of different individual people. Whereas normal subjects that tried to fake
multiple personalities could not alter their brain wave patterns significantly. There are
those of you that believe in demonic influences and those of you that do not. It
doesn't matter, because this exercise is for either school of thought.
If harmful, spirit entities draw to your negative, emotional behavior to accentuate
or augment it, the reverse has got to repel them. "Resist not evil," simply means not
to grapple or fight it in a resisting fashion. Instead embrace it in a loving fashion
("Love thy enemy"). Pure, selfless, unqualified love is a powerful force. It has
nothing to do with sex or lust, but everything to do with true power over evil. Most
people rarely experience it. Think of a moment in your past when you came close to
experiencing selfless love (parent for child, child for parent, spouse for spouse), and
concentrate on that feeling. Now visualize a goblin-type entity called Mr. Fear
around the person who appears to have a nasty, uncontrollable side to his personality.
Visualize yourself alongside that person while you are generating unselfish love and
both of you are seeking to embrace Mr. Fear. Visualize next either Mr. Fear running
away or disintegrating in your embrace. Do this exercise at least 3 times a day and
watch the effect that it has on the other person. Don't even let the other person know
what you are doing.
If you are a Christian, couple the visualization with an affirmation like, "In the
Name of Jesus Christ, disperse all evil and fear in (your friend)." If you are not a
Christian, say, "All the fear in (your friend) is dispersing now." Either way, repeat
the affirmation 3 times or more for maximum effect.

Making The Time

Have you ever heard someone complain about something over and over, yet when
helpful solutions are offered, no action is taken? It's as if they wanted to stay stuck
in their situation?! Avoidance of responsibility and fear of making a mistake keeps
many people confused. It was once said, "Life is easy, it's the decisions in life that
are tough." How many times have you thought or said you would do one thing, but
wound up doing something totally different or nothing at all? Do you put off or take
the time to do little 3 minute tasks around the house?
So much time is wasted everyday by most people in unproductive pursuits and
activities. Have you ever said to someone, "I don't have time to do (such and
such)?" Some of the busiest people in the world find time in their lives to do the
things they want to do. How? They make the time by proper scheduling! To them,
there is no such thing as not having the time to do something. They create it by first
NOT programming their minds that they don't have the time to spare.
As an exercise in utilizing all time morsels of the day to your advantage, carry a
little jingle bell in your pocket as a periodic reminder. Every time you hear the little
bell tinkle, practice one of the manual exercises. Stop exaggerating in conversations
(review "Exercise -- Honesty For Better Clarity"). Issue positive statements to
yourself and those around you (review "Exercise -- Positive Affirming, Positive
Living"). Drink in and absorb the simultaneity of your surroundings (review
"Exercise -- A Multiple Hearing Acuity"). See and don't just look at the diversity of
your environment, and consciously remember more (review "Exercise --
Observational Recall"). Eliminate tension and stress in your life (review "Exercise --
Relaxation For Improved Awareness").
Do mental calculations (review "Exercise -- Mental Multiplication"). Observe and
study people (review "Exercise -- Discerning Body Language"). Make use of the
moments just before falling to sleep. Implant a suggestion into the subconscious that
can be acted upon during the night. Heal and repair all your bodily cells. Visualize
yourself healthy, free of negativity or achieving some goal in life. Make those time
fragments, while driving to work or waiting for an appointment pay off for you
through constant mental development. Researchers say that over 100,000 of your
brain cells deteriorate every day of your life! Perhaps if you started utilizing more of
them, you could curtail this deterioration process.

The Effect Of Symbols

At the age of 3, a child's brain usually struggles to adequately copy geometric
symbols of squares, triangles or star, but at the age of 5, the brain of a normal child is
organizing information well enough to do so.
All environmental perceptions affect you through their form. Through visualiza-
tion, it is possible for a skilled individual to negate the effects of form, but for most
people, how you resonate with form and the energies absorbed by it determines how
you are affected by it. To bring balance and harmony in your life, associate yourself
with symbols that will benefit and help you.
As an exercise to test someone's reaction to symbols kinesiologically (see
"Exercise -- Improve Your Physical Strength In 7 Days"), have the person stand in
front of you with his right arm relaxed at his side and his left arm held straight out
parallel to the floor. Place your left hand on his right shoulder and your right hand on
the person's extended left arm just above the wrist. Without smiling or frowning
(because this can affect the test), tell the person to resist with all his strength as you
try to push his extended arm down. Push down on his arm briefly and firmly and
test the strength and spring in the arm. Now show him different symbols to
determine which symbols test weak and which test strong. When he tests weak on a
symbol and the arm goes down easily, then it is obviously a symbol affecting his
energy system in a negative way. Experiment with the 5-pointed star vs the 6-pointed
star, a clockwise spiral vs a counterclockwise spiral, a hexagon vs a pentagon, the
top half of a circle (a frown) vs the bottom half of a circle (a smile), etc.
In lieu of displaying the symbols physically, have the testee simply visualize them
and note the results. If no partner is available, use a kinesiometer or dynamometer
for your own individual muscle testing.
Using the Greek cross where the vertical and horizontal arms are of equal length,
most people do not test weak. Using the Roman cross where the bottom portion of
the vertical arm is longer diminishes your strength and you usually test weak. The
clockwise swastika was an ancient symbol of prosperity and good fortune before it

became the emblem for Hitler's Nazi party. Even Jewish concentration camp
survivors test strong in its presence, displaying a level of symbol response that goes
much deeper than individual feelings. If you test for the counterclockwise swastika,
you might be weak or strong depending on which cerebral hemisphere is dominant.
If you are cerebrally balanced, neither one will weaken you. Also, the more "life
energy" you generate (see "Exercise -- Increase Your Energy, Increase Your
Health"), the less affected you will be by symbols or any other environmental factors.

Dealing With A Liar

In "Exercise -- Honesty For Better Clarity," you learned how to correct your
exaggerating and lying tendencies. After correcting your own dishonest tendencies,
you probably noticed that you are more prone to believing and trusting others now
than you were before. Formerly, you doubted everything that you heard, because
you yourself could not be relied upon for factual information. It was a natural
assumption that other people were the same. Now that you have become honest, you
assume others are likewise. When you discover they are not, you have to deal with
it.
To spot a liar, body language is the key -- red spots on the cheeks, fidgeting
posture, clenching of fists, vocal stress or quivering voice, nervous laughter, a
tapping foot, an exaggerated effort to appear casual, etc. all can depict dishonesty.
Also, adding too much to a story or taking charge of a conversation to distract or
divert you can be telltale signs of lying. Mostly though, the eyes are the windows to
the mind, the character, the habits and the soul of a person. Beware of excessive
shifting or downcast eyes or eyes that you intuit to be untrustworthy, cruel, crafty,
sarcastic, revengeful or hateful when you fully look into them. If you've learned to
see auras, you'll notice a greenish-yellow streak shoot through a person's aura when
he tells a lie (review "Exercise -- Aura Seeing").
The need to be right and not take the responsibility to be wrong is so strong in
some people that they will even invent whole conversations that never took place just
to say, "I told you so." Liars have many subconscious reasons for lying, and some
liars no longer can tell the difference between truth and lie. Normally when a liar is
exposed, he still maintains his lie in a struggle not to have it openly revealed.
As an exercise, the next time you catch someone lying, blame the cause of the
episode on a nameless third party. This has a marvelous effect of allowing the liar to
save face, and for you to achieve what you want without too much anxiety. Your son
denies leaving his bike in the driveway, but he'll put it away without a fuss if you say
it must have been one of the neighbor's kids. The mechanic didn't replace the spark
plugs he charged you for, so blaming the mistake on his 'anonymous' helper will get
them replaced properly without any trouble. The liar suspects that you know he lied,
and calling him a liar would not get what you want done. People have to correct their
own lying tendencies. This exercise simply allows you a technique of dealing with
such people.
Psychologically speaking, if your first impression with a person revolves around
something he thinks you are wrong about or lied about, it causes any further
statements from you to be regarded with suspicion. First impressions of being a truth
teller have the same effect. Whenever a person makes up his mind about you as a
truth teller or a liar in the beginning, he is loath to change his mind afterwards,
because it would mean he was wrong about you. People rarely like to admit they are
wrong in such matters. This is also at the root of most difficulties in interpersonal
relationships.
People tend to put out good impressions in the beginning of a relationship, even if
it is a false one. Partners that swallow a false impression are very reluctant to change
their minds afterwards, and they will tend to defend their position tenaciously. It
simply is too tough an admission for most people to admit they were wrong.
Consequently, whenever you meet someone for the first time, always maintain
honesty and seek some common boundary of accord that you both can agree upon.
After the person has made up his (her) mind about you as a factual truth teller, all
your future statements will be accepted with that same faith. This can often be used
constructively in giving lectures on controversial subjects.

Body Rhythms and Cycles (Chronobiology)

The study of biological rhythms and cycles is called chronobiology. Each one of
your body's rhythms has its own timing. There are cycles governing body
temperature, blood pressure, hormone levels, iron concentration in the bloodstream,
heart rate, memory, mathematical acuity, sexual appetite, blood sugar levels, sleep,
white blood cell count, hand strength, sensitivity to pain, eye-hand coordination, etc.
Your subconscious mind interrelates your body rhythms and energies with your
environment to bring about your ailments, accidents and stressful situations. You are
not an innocent victim of daily events and circumstances. You create them!
In many instances, this process occurs during 37-hour cycles -- beginning with
negative, emotional repression and ending with ailments or mishaps. For example,
think back to when you last got a cold. Did something 37 hours prior to catching
your cold emotionally upset you? Strong emotion sets the body clock into motion.
As an exercise, keep a diary and record the exact hour that you next "blow off
steam," and be careful with your activities 37 hours later. Also, reverse the process.
Meditate or create a joyful, loving atmosphere about yourself 37 hours prior to an
important meeting or event in your life and notice how well things go for you.
Like the surface of the earth, man is 80% water and 20% solids (salinity and
minerals in the blood and body tissues are also similar to the oceans). The moon
affects your fluids in a gravitational way like the oceans of the world. At a new and
full moon, tides are at their highest and the moon's effect is at its strongest on your
behavior. Violent crime, fires and accidents are at their highest. Psychiatric ward
attendants know that at a full moon, mental patients evidence increased, aberrant
behavior. A massive disturbance in gravity due to the 29.5-day lunar cycle brings
about mood shifts -- especially with those people least in control of their conscious
lives. Telepathic abilities of people also increase during a full moon.
Gross electromagnetic forces originating with celestial bodies affect the electro-
magnetic fields around and through your body -- right down to the tiniest cell. For
instance, when the sun reverses its polarity every 11.5 years (north to south), there is
a high incidence of sun spots. The resulting electromagnetic fluctuations bring about
weather changes, radio transmission disruptions and anxiety manifestations in many
people. Remember though, whenever external conditions disrupt your body's
rhythms, conscious directives can adjust them. You have just as much control over
your body as you think you have, so begin exercising that control.
Normal body temperature is 98.6°F, but there is a 2° variation throughout the day. Take your body temperature every hour during the day and determine when your
temperature is the highest. Your physical activities are performed their best when
your temperature is the highest. For instance, in track events the winner always has
the highest temperature. (Could adjusting the body temperature before a race improve
performance?) Your mind is also more alert at higher temperatures and performs
faster, but there are more mistakes too. (Could telepathic or psychokinetic abilities be
amplified with higher body temperatures?) While chronobiology is being studied,
implementation of research results are slow in being accepted. Should the body
rhythms of surgeons as well as the patients be considered before operations? Should
traffic control operators, pilots and other people responsible for hundreds of lives be
evaluated chronobiologically for optimal efficiency? Perhaps one day, working with
your body rhythms will be commonplace in maximizing your efficiency and
effectiveness.

Boosting Your Brain Power

Your brain chemistry is affected by food and drink, exercise, thoughts, emotions,
the air you breathe, etc. Powerful groups of chemicals in your brain react to these
factors and can rev you up or slow you down accordingly. Oftentimes you get so
accustomed to the way you are that you choose foods, thoughts and habits that will
keep you in that state rather than change the routine and change the way you are -
even to accepting negative moods as normal and positive moods as too good to last.
If you moods are off balance, your intelligence, productivity and overall perfor-
mance is affected. For example, when emotional interest triggers the secretion of
adrenaline into the bloodstream, memory, thinking and sensory acuity is improved.
Adrenaline also prompts the release of stored-up blood sugar (glucose) which
neurons need for optimal performance, so avoid low blood sugar and artificial
sweeteners when doing brain tasks.
Your brain grows with exercise and atrophies with lack of use. Out of the
estimated 15 billion neurons of the human brain, 100,000 unused neurons deteriorate
each day. By improving your brain's circulatory system, your brain cells need not
deteriorate at this horrendous rate. Capillaries that supply your brain cells with
oxygen and nourishment can be manufactured by your body when they are needed.
An autopsy of Einstein's brain after his death revealed that there was a greater
profusion of superficial capillaries interlacing his cerebral cortex than men of ordinary
intellect. With a program of intensive mental exercise, your body must respond with
the development of new capillaries to provide the necessary oxygen your brain is
asking for.
Oxygen is the key to better brain usage. If your heart rate is increased and your
blood vessels are dilated, more oxygen can reach your brain; hence moderate exercise
can improve your brain's functioning. Deep, abdominal breathing is also very good,
because blood favors the lower areas of your lungs due to gravity, and a more
enriched mixing of blood and oxygen is achieved (see breathing exercises).
Improve your diet, and you can improve the functioning of your brain. For
instance, by eating leafy vegetables, nuts, apples, pears or grapes you supply your
brain with the much needed element boron that helps to increase your mental
alertness. High fat foods make your brain feel sluggish. By eating low-fat poultry or
fish, you charge up your bloodstream with amino acids, including tyrosine. Tyrosine
is carried across the protective filter called the blood-brain barrier where it converts
into the alertness chemicals, dopamine and norepinephrine. If stress exhausts your
supply of these neurotransmitters, the result is confusion, indecisiveness, anxiety and
depression. Fish, meats, egg yolks, soy products, oatmeal, rice, peanuts and pecans
contain choline which converts to the neurotransmitter, acetylcholine, needed for a
sharp memory.
You can further augment your ability to think and learn by taking supplemental
dosages of choline (or lecithin), vitamin A, B-1, B-12, C and E. Eliminate smoking
and excessive fluid intake (which is mostly habit and not thirst anyway), narcotics,
alcohol, white sugar (which produces lassitude and fatigue) and excess caffeine
intake (which limits the blood flow in your brain).
Coffee is an instant dopamine booster, which tends to make us think more
quickly, react to stimuli more rapidly, and feel more energetic. But dopamine is a
building block of another neurotransmitter, norephinephrine which converts to
adrenaline. More than one or two cups of coffee often pushes the brain chemicals to
excessive levels resulting in nervousness, anxiety and aggression. Mental instability
is simply a chemical imbalance. To balance yourself, moderation in everything is
best.
To improve hemispheric balance, cross-crawling (stomach-to-floor) is a good
developmental exercise. Practice marching in place. First march in a homolateral
style, moving the same side arm and leg together, and then switch to the opposite side
arm and leg in a cross-marching style. Practice other cross-motor patterns like
swinging both arms to one side while lifting the leg of the other side in front of you
OR lifting your leg straight out to the side while raising your arm of the opposite side.
Turn your head from side to side as you do these drills. Do each cross-motor pattern
25 times per day until it becomes automatic for you.
To further boost your brain power, sharpen the whole range of your senses. See,
hear, taste, smell and feel the environment around you. Do things differently each
day and encourage yourself with positive affirmations. Use your left hand instead of
your right to open your car door or to comb your hair. Break out of the hypnotic
stereotypes of taking the same roads home from work or the routines at the breakfast
and lunch table, etc. At home, play thinking games like bridge, checkers, chess or
go. Build up your vocabulary. Do crossword puzzles, anagrams and jumble word
puzzles. Practice reading and drawing upside down or while looking through a
mirror. Learn another language or how to play a musical instrument. At various
points in your day, visualize in quick succession all the daily activities that happened to you up to that point. The more you use your brain, the more it will grow

Sending Bulk Information Telepathically

In "Exercise -- Learn Through Time Distortion," you learned that vast quantities of
material could be mentally reviewed in mere seconds by your mind. By using the
time distortion technique, telepathic transmission between two minds in 'synch' can
convey great quantities of information in mere seconds. This is NOT a technique to
rob another mind of information, but only one to transmit and receive bulk material in
a volitional fashion.
After mastering "Exercise -- Audio Telepathy" and "Exercise -- Visual Telepathy,"
you are ready to combine those techniques with those learned in "Exercise -- Learn
Through Time Distortion." Assume a comfortable position and face your partner
(who has also mastered the aforementioned exercises). Both of you should now get
into a self-hypnotic state (review "Exercise -- Learning Self-Hypnosis") and clear
your minds. Have someone start a metronome at 60 beats per minute. The sender
now uses the time distortion technique, and experiences each beat interval as 4
minutes apart. The sender acknowledges that this is so by saying, "I'm ready." The
sender reviews the material mentally in a time distorted fashion as he reaches out with
his mind and transmits it to the receiver. The receiver now mentally pulses his body
towards the sender as in "Exercise -- Audio Telepathy." Even though the receiver's
mind is not in a time distorted mode, the transmission is readily acknowledged and
received almost in a subliminal fashion. Depending upon many associative factors in
the receiver's brain, the material will be retained for varying lengths of time. To
amplify transmission, review "Exercise -- Increase Your Energy, Increase Your
Health."

Psionic and Psychotronic Generators

Psionic generators are devices that are activated by the energy streaming from your
eyes. Psychotronic generators are devices that amplify your thought energy. After
suffering under years of criticism, a lot of serious research has been done to validate
such devices.
Years ago the CIA reportedly learned that the Soviets were using powerful
psychotronic generators to amplify and beam harmful ELF (extremely low frequency)
thought transmissions to major U.S. cities (in some case using radio-microwaves as
carrier waves). U.S. researchers undertook their own research to counteract the
Soviet threat.
Some researchers have found that producing and synchronizing man-made
magnetic waves to the alpha brain wave frequency of 10 cycles per second in a
subject could induce suppressed emotional images of fear. If amplified and generated
directly at a segment of the population, these ELF waves could potentially manipulate
people into producing bizarre behavioral patterns. Most people are already beset with
various forms of ELF thought energy from other people around them all day long.
This "mental noise" comes to you in the form of visualizations or voices and might
constitute 50 - 75% of your idle thought patterns that often guide many of your
impulse reactions. This subliminal entrainment of your mind is augmented constantly
with what you see in newspapers and on the TV, and how you interact with other
people.
When high sun spot activity affects radio waves, people are affected too. Can
your ELF thought transmissions be amplified by the constant presence of radio waves
around you acting as carrier frequencies? The microwaves that the Soviets were
using in a directional way might be already happening in a non-directional,
worldwide way with radio waves (microwaves are radio wave frequencies). As the
souls of the world pick up tempo in a spiral downhill toward decadence, other souls
elsewhere in the world (radio waves are everywhere) could be entrained in similar
behavior because of the amplified ELF thought transmissions carried by radio waves.
How can you become a skilled individual to protect or shield yourself from
unwanted ELF influences generated by millions of negatively oriented souls? Think a
minute. First be aware that something must be happening like this already in the
world today. If someone yelled fire in a theater, would you be easily swept up and
phase-locked into a panicky condition? Do you react to unfamiliar situations in an
individualistic thinking manner or in an emotional, group-oriented, non-thinking capacity?
To counteract the subliminal entrainment of your mind, question yourself
periodically about your actions. Next, consciously clear your mind of all negative
thought patterns. Well you say, "That's what it's all about, isn't it?" There's a
difference though. If you knew someone was pointing a mind control gun at you to
implant a subliminal, negative condition in you, wouldn't you CONSCIOUSLY want
to counteract it and rebuff its influence? Of course you would.
Then take conscious control over a positive life style for yourself, because
negative influences ARE 'pointed' at you! Clear your mind of all the subliminal stuff
that is subconsciously directing you into acting like a robot, and get down to living in
a productive way. Improve yourself and develop your mental skills, instead of
carrying around a deteriorating lump of gray matter with you all day that's too tired to
think or even get conscious in the morning. Don't go for the pills or the booze or
something to heighten or deaden the senses.
The next time a negative surge is upon you, assume it is directed at you for a
purpose, and refuse to countenance it. Use your conscious will power to reject the
impression. Just as sound can cancel out sound, your natural electromagnetic energy
field can do the same as long as you consciously direct it to do so. The more you
personally increase your energy amplitude, the easier it will be to turn away an
external focus of negativity (review "Exercise -- Increase Your Energy, Increase Your
Health").
As an exercise in projecting energy through your eyes, build the following psionic
generator. First draw 2 perfect circles 7 1/2 inches in diameter with a protractor. Cut
them out carefully with your scissors and cut an additional quarter piece out of each
one leaving a flap. Now assemble the cones using a tiny center point indicated in
diagram A and tie appropriate knots in your thread to position each one like in
diagram B. The cone shape is chosen because it is similar to the pyramid shape in
accumulating energy. Suspend the cones at slightly higher than eye level and away
from drafts. Look away from them until they become still.
Since the thread holes are off center, a slight angle is created. This angle affords
greater sensitivity to your eye beam energy. Now look at the cones and observe the
reaction. Slowly approach the bottom cone from below with the palm of your hand
and notice the vibrating effect on both cones. Can a mirror reflect your eye beam
energy to make the cones move? From what distance can you affect the cones? Does
holding a quartz crystal increase the effect? Can you activate the device by simply
visualizing that you're looking at it with your eyes closed? Can you affect it by looking at it with your peripheral vision? If the cones were gradually increased in weight
and size, could the amplitude of your eye beam energy be determined by the point
you no longer could move the cones by looking at them?!
As an exercise in amplifying your thought waves using a simple psychotronic de-
vice, refer to the concentric squares made as a chart in "Exercise -- Aura Seeing."
Look at a picture of a friend to refresh your memory of her appearance. Then
visualize the image of your friend in the center of the chart as you communicate a
message to her. Use the tips in "Exercise -- Audio Telepathy" and "Exercise -- Visual
Telepathy" as guides in this exercise. If you place a snip of hair of your friend
(which carries her energy vibration) in the center of the chart in front of you flat on
the table (don't place tape or any other material vibrations with it), the telepathic effect
will be enhanced as you gaze into the center and send your message.
The concentric squares represent the same effect as stacking pyramids to intensify
energy output. Aligning one side to north and putting a small magnet under it with
the N pole aimed to north also enhances the effect. Various psychotronic devices are
sold under various names, but they're all simply tuning instruments that act as wave-
guides for your thought transmissions. They vary in their effectiveness according to
your belief structure (review "Exercise -- Improving Your Visualization Skills").
Since a scoffer's thought vibrations are different than a believer's, the devices work
differently with different people.

Manual Dexterity and Coordination

Magicians have marvelous finger and hand dexterity. Some can cut a deck of
cards while holding it in one hand. Some can roll a quarter in a flipping fashion on
the back of one hand. Houdini could pick locks easily with a thin wire in one hand or
even with his toes without looking at the lock. Manual dexterity and good
coordination simply takes practice. For instance, practice with one hand buttoning or
unbuttoning your shirt, putting on or taking off your clothes, tying your shoelaces,
opening screw-cap bottles, etc.
Many thalidomide babies born without arms lead very full lives. Some are
musicians and play instruments with their feet. Some are artists and paint by gripping
the brush with their teeth or feet. Everyday chores are undertaken with amazing toe
dexterity. With your bare feet, practice picking up handkerchiefs, pencils, small balls
or other objects. Flip a beanbag from one foot to the other, using your toes or your
heel, and switching from front shots to hind shots.
As an exercise in becoming more dexterous with your left hand, strap your right
thumb to the inside of your palm with adhesive tape. Now proceed through an hour
of using your left hand for normal right hand functions. Next, have both thumbs
strapped to your palms and proceed through the next hour using only your fingers to
stir coffee, to turn on lights and to do other activities.
As an exercise in coordination, hold your hands out in front of you with your
palms facing you. Now individually bend each finger without bending the others.
Next, hold your right hand out in front of you and make a V by separating your ring
finger and little finger on one side, and your middle finger and index finger on the
other. Now hold both hands in front of you, but hold your left hand in the V-shape
and your right hand with your index finger separated from your middle finger and
your little finger separated from your ring finger to make two V's. Now
simultaneously switch and alternate the single V-hand with the double V-hand back
and forth. It can often help if you mentally visualize this exercise beforehand.
All drills of this nature increase neural connections and brain usage in varied
ways. When these drills can be done successfully and without fatigue, you know
you have mastered them.

Functioning on Little or No ‘Sleep’ at All

Functioning on Little or No ‘Sleep’ at All


How much sleep do we need? Thomas Edison slept only 4 hours per night, thus
adding 10 more years to his wakeful life. On July 8, 1943, Senora Ines Fernandez,
57, started a sleepless period that lasted over 30 years! While standing at her cottage
door in a town in southwest Spain, she watched a religious procession and suddenly
felt a searing pain in her head. She never slept again! No pills or medicines worked
and doctors determined that this total insomnia was a result of the impairment of the
sleep center of the brain. There have been other cases like this on medical record, but
the phenomenon is extremely rare. In all studied cases of little or no sleep,
individuals engaged in brief periods of dreamy relaxation during the day or night to
recharge their body and mind.
Through research with "electrosleep" (artificially induced sleep via electrodes that
pulse a mild electrical current into the brain), it was learned that total relaxation cuts
the necessary sleeping time down considerably. Most people toss and turn
throughout the night, relaxing one set of muscles then another, until all the body's
muscles have eventually undergone some form of relaxation. Through electrosleep,
all the muscles are relaxed without the tossing and turning, and 1 or 2 hours of
relaxed sleep under the sleep machine is equivalent to 8 hours of normal rest.
This exercise should only be done after mastering "Exercise -- Self-Hypnosis" or
"Exercise -- Self-Induced Trance," and it certainly should not be performed if there is
a medical reason to discourage it. Also this exercise will only be of benefit to you if
you have special reasons to utilize it. Since most people spend 1/3 of their life asleep,
dynamic individuals have found that sleeping less has enabled them to accomplish
more.
To proceed with this exercise, assume a comfortable position and get into a self-
induced hypnotic state. While experiencing this relaxed state, repeat the following set
of affirmations 3 times. "My body and mind are filling with renewed energy. I am
feeling rested and refreshed. The deeper I relax, the less sleep I need." Practice this
exercise for 15 minutes 3 times a day. Within days, you will notice that you no
longer desire as much sleep as you used to require. To rouse yourself back to a
waking state, simply count slowly from 10 to 1 and progressively awaken yourself.
At the count of one, open your eyes and say, "I am wide awake, feeling fine and in
perfect health." This exercise is especially useful when you drive long distances and
start to feel drowsy.

Reading People

Many people have great difficulty in reading other people, because they also have
difficulty in reading themselves. These people often spend so much time covering up
their own frailties with façades, internal blocks and verbal excuses that they often
don't really bother getting to know others very well. All too often the non-thinking,
emotional part of their brain expresses itself more frequently than the analytical,
evaluating side of the brain. When such people do make an evaluation of another
person, it often winds up being only an unconscious mirror version of what they
have never admitted seeing in themselves. The more out of touch with yourself you
are, the more inclined you are to produce a mirror reading of yourself for another
person. When you learn to recognize undesirable emotional states in yourself, you're
taking the 1st step toward changing these states. Reading other people accurately
becomes easier for you then, because you act more like an observer.
Now as an exercise,
A) List 4 things in a notebook that would engulf you with compassion and love for
your fellow man.
B) List 4 things that would fill you with happiness, joy or contentment.
C) List 4 things that would surge you with excitement.
D) List 4 things that would flare you into anger.
Misreading people and their intentions can often lead to trouble and great difficulty
in your daily life. How you learn or don't learn from such difficulties can help OR
hinder you later in life. Voice inflection, body mannerisms and eye expressions can
be discerned subconsciously when you read people, or you can just as easily learn
to read these signals consciously. For instance, great salespeople often observe
carefully the body movements of potential customers. By mirroring and matching the
body language and energy level of those they are about to sell to, good salespeople
can thus establish a better buying receptivity in potential customers, because people
generally feel more comfortable with other people that are like themselves.
How well do you feel you know your friends and relatives? Do you feel you see
them as they are or as they pretend to be or both? First of all, let's see how you see
yourself. Now look at the words and phrases on the next page, and choose the
appropriate words applicable for your own personality by putting a check mark
beside them. If you photostat this sheet ahead of time and give it to your friends and
relatives, you can see how you see each other.


ADJECTIVAL EVALUATION SHEET

______________________________

Fill in the name of the person.

Check those applicable words & phrases for the above individual:

argumentative shrewd materialistic

stuffy diplomatic vindictive

insecure confident insensitive

easily angered jovial trivial

selfish unselfish aggressive

timid intelligence average friendly

intelligence high quick witted talkative

adventurous cautious patient

impatient erotic contemplative

intense caring giving

submissive deceptive trustworthy

untrustworthy disciplined undisciplined

lazy minded dangerous materialistic

peaceful close-minded devious

efficient independent critical

childish unstable thoughtful

boisterous inquisitive curious

tolerant intolerant restrictive

domineering secure dishonest

honest knowledgeable skillful

quick learner interesting agreeable

intriguing logical illogical

emotionally stable nervous creative

healthy unhealthy loving

assertive a leader type understanding

candid fearful stubborn

frugal wasteful helpful

sloppy compassionate sympathetic

polite open-minded disagreeable

If there are any words you feel you would like to add to the list for your

description, please do so.

Reading Body Language

As an exercise, at a party or with a prearranged group of people that agree to
participate, have everyone for one half hour say nothing and communicate with body
language alone. Observe in yourself and others what gestures and mannerisms are
engaged in most frequently. Are facial expressions and hand gestures used more than
body movements and touching? By innuendo and subtlety, do you begin to sense a
bit of telepathy? Are emotional messages easier to transmit than non-emotional ones?
Do you think you understand others and are being understood by others with more
clarity or less clarity than with words?
Do this same exercise with a friend or spouse for one half hour. Review the same
points and questions as above. By relying solely on body language and non-verbal
cues and messages, you become far more in tune with your own expressive abilities
and how other people signal their attitudes as well. Practice this exercise a lot.
As a variation to this exercise, at a party or in a group situation, pair off with either
someone you intuitively think you're going to like OR dislike -- not someone you're
ambivalent towards. Go over all the same items as before and see how well you
communicate.
Reading body language can be improved by everyone with practice, so practice
whenever you can. Observe people in airports, on buses or in crowds, and figure out
what their body language and mannerisms are indicating. This simple exercise will
also improve your powers of concentration and observation as well.

Discerning Body Language

The study of communication through body movement is called kinesics.
Dilation of your pupils takes place when you see something you like -- an attractive
person, a winning poker hand, etc. Pictures of crippled children, feeding lions or
unpleasant scenes contract the pupils. In times past, women dilated their eyes with
belladonna (origin of atropine) to appear more attractive to men. The men
subconsciously responded to the enlarged pupils and thought that the women were
'naturally' liking what they were seeing -- them.
Although your perception of another person's signals can sometimes be misread
or clouded by your own moods, prejudices or emotional attitudes, you'll find there
are many subtle body mannerisms that are readily perceptible if you just take the time
to tune into them (speech inflection, eye movements, posture, hand gestures, etc.)
When a husband comes home from work, takes off his hat, hangs up his coat and
says, "Hi," to his wife, an observant spouse can easily discern how things went at
the office for the day. Married couples often start quarrels with the same tone of
voice, gesture or facial expression so that the other can anticipate a fight beginning
almost immediately.
To learn about body language, first get conscious of your own gestures. Observe
and acknowledge what mannerisms you portray during a normal day's activities.
Does your lip tighten when you internally are angry with someone? Do you lean
forward or grip the edge of the table as an announcement that you have something to
say? Do you point your index finger when you are accusing or disciplining
someone? What are your mannerisms when you exaggerate or lie to someone?
Studies have revealed that your own personal mood and prejudices can sometimes
distort the signals you receive from someone else. So observe and get in tune with
yourself and your own mannerisms as an important first step in reading the body
language of others.
As a practical exercise, work with a close friend, spouse or relative, and sit facing
each other. Now think of a past scene or emotional incident that you are both familiar
with that happened in the last few days. Then without telling your partner which
incident you are thinking about, reveal your feelings about that incident with facial
expressions, touching and various gestures. Afterwards, discuss the mannerisms
together. By using various types of smiles, frowns and gestures, you often can
communicate a lot of non-verbal meaning. By studying your own manner in
communicating non-verbally as well as observing how others likewise communicate, you can sharpen your discernment skills on reading body language.
Façades and verbal cover-ups are commonly employed by people to disguise their
true nature or intention. For this exercise, choose a partner who is a complete
stranger and pretend you're an intuitive psychic & look into his (her) eyes for a few
moments. Then give him (her) a read-out of what you have perceived his (her) nature
to be like. Be frank, but diplomatic. Avoid being overly critical. Take turns with
your partner in giving each other the intuitive insight of what you feel might be
troubling him (her), what he (she) is seeking in life, etc. Formulate and relate a story
to your partner about what you think he (she) has experienced or is experiencing now
in his (her) life. No comments or nods of recognition are necessary from your
partner during this process. This exercise is a good opportunity for you to see how
another person interprets your bodily and facial mannerisms.
Next, look into a mirror and pretend the face you're seeing belongs to somebody
else. Describe what you think that person is like to your partner by way of your own
facial appearance. Then reverse the role and let your partner do the same thing.

Scanning A Person

Depending upon your abilities, you already scan people to one degree or another
upon first meeting them. This is part of the process of good judgment in evaluating
people by first impressions. Unfortunately, the intuitive part of your judgment is
often colored by bias and accepted norms that are inculcated into standardized
ideologies. To truly scan a person's vibrational energies, you must get past the initial
superficial remarks, the clothes and any other 'trappings' that are visibly apparent.
You have to probe and read beyond the façade that is shown to you on the surface.
Of course, most of what you will pick up from a person is what you yourself are
dealing with in your own life! How can recognize in others what you yourself are
not experiencing?
This exercise should only be done with honest, well-balanced individuals. Sit
facing a partner and get into a relaxed frame of mind. You act as the scanner, and the
other person acts as the subject. Look into each other's eyes for a few moments.
Now tell the other person all you can about what you are picking up from him.
Imagine and relate a story about what you think his life was like in the past. This is
meant as a helpful exercise, so please concentrate on the positive points and feelings
that you receive. Many times telepathic pictures and impressions will pop forth. At
other times, there appears to be an intuitive knowing that takes place -- perhaps like
subliminally reading the subject's aura or body language.
As a variation to this exercise, blindfold yourself and hold the subject's hands
(with jewelry removed) while scanning him. CAUTION: If either person has any
reservations about revealing themselves to the other person, please don't participate in
this exercise. This is not meant as an invasion of privacy, but simply as a mutual
volitional exchange. You can practice using your scanning skill by looking at a
stranger at a party and imagining what this person's life is like, where they've been
and how knowledgeable they are. Create a story about all their imagined experiences,
and then start a conversation with them to confirm how accurate you were.
Another variation of this exercise can be done after you write down a question or a
problem with which you need some help or want some information on. Without
showing your partner what you have written, you begin to concentrate on it. Your
partner closes his eyes and opens up his mind to your problem or question as you
concentrate on it. He then begins to describe to you whatever symbols, words or
images that come to him, and you write down whatever he says to you. Occasionally
you might ask him a question about what he is picking up for clarification. After wards, you can compare what you wrote with what you posed as your problem to
determine any connections. Next, you reverse the roles and do the same thing for
your partner.

Learning Observational Subtleties

Magicians rely on distraction and taking your conscious attention away from the
observational subtleties that would otherwise reveal their tricks. For instance, a
popular party trick involves apparent 'telepathy' with a partner. The audience
chooses an object (size does not matter) in the room while you are out of the room.
You return and with your back turned or blindfolded, your partner points to various
objects in the room. He says, "Is this the object we chose?" You say, "No," until he
points to the target object and you say, "Yes."
The trick can be done in various ways. Your partner and yourself can predesig-
nate ahead of time that when the sixth object is pointed to -- it will be the correct one.
You can vary it by coding the questioning to a different sentence when the correct one
is pointed to. You can do it unblindfolded and agree with your partner ahead of time
that the correct object will be after he points to a chair in the room or after he turns his
pointing pencil around or after he points to something red in the room. Invent other
cued variations between your partner and yourself.
As an exercise, do this trick and let the group know that there is a subtlety that
they are to pick up and repeat the trick the same way until they get it; or have each
person write on a piece of paper what he thinks is the solution and silently review the
papers to determine who got it. Then go to the next variation and proceed the same
way. This exercise keys people into more attention to detail and increases the interest
factor for more correct observational recall.

Role Taking As An Actor

If you've ever performed a part in a play, you know the more you actually
become the individual you are portraying, the more convincing you are to an audi-
ence. Internalizing this same role playing through visualization can often help you
solve problems or overcome impasses in your life.
As an exercise, think of someone you know or have heard about (past or present)
that would be most likely to solve a particular dilemma in your life. Now visualize
that person and step into his (her) shoes and fully associate yourself as being that
somebody looking through their eyes. Act out in your mind exactly what that person
would do to master your problem, step by step.
Of course, you already know the answer to your problem, but by transferring
yourself into the role of an acknowledged problem solver, you overcome the obstacle
of not seeing it as yourself, but as someone else instead. Once you feel how it feels
to solve your problem through visualization, you also realize what it will take to solve
that problem in the real world too.
Care must be taken with this exercise though, because every thought has an effect
on the universe. Actors and famous people are often thought about by so many
individuals that their minds must be constantly inundated with conflicting images
received from other minds -- both serene and perverse. In fact, many people who
have used this role playing technique have been utterly convinced that they were in
actual mind synch with the person they were fantasizing.
Experiments have shown that students in art classes can develop rapidly into
advanced, sophisticated artists under hypnosis, when they believed themselves to be
some famous painter of the past. Even in so doing they develop their own style and
ability. Through the technique of self-hypnotic time distortion (review "Exercise --
Learn Through Time Distortion"), you can even create lengthy sessions of instruction
and practice within only minutes of real time. Since a hypnotized person can
impersonate someone fairly accurately, you can do it too, even without hypnosis.
This practice of assuming beneficial roles can make big changes in your life.
After studying successful men and women in various fields of endeavor, it has
been found that there are fundamental behavioral traits that these people do over and
over again to achieve their success. Success leaves clues by way of certain mental
and physical characteristics that anyone can duplicate. If you do so, you'll produce
the same successful results without going through the years of trial and error their
originators did. Any form of human excellence can be duplicated in this way. Would you like to be more aggressive, wealthy, brainy, loving, etc.?
As an exercise, choose someone that can serve as your personal model of success.
Observe closely how they move, their posture, breathing pattern & muscle tension
and the tonality and speed of their speech pattern. Then, take action, and move in an
enthusiastic way with an effective strategy toward replicating the characteristics of the
person that you've observed as successful. You can also create an internal visual
image of this model person and step into it in a fully associated way and become that
person you wish to emulate.
As an experiment, the next time that you're at a party, choose someone to watch
and speak to. As you are doing this, replicate their body language, posture, breathing
and speech patterns, and see how favorable your rapport becomes with that person.
The quick rapport that you establish is because you are exactly like that person in so
many identical ways. This is just a small example of what can be done in a greater
way when you replicate the characteristics of a successful person in any field of
endeavor.

Prenatal Learning

For many years now, prenatal learning has been used by the Japanese. Re-
searchers have found that fetuses begin reacting to sound stimuli at about 26 weeks.
As a fetus in the womb, there is no way that a child can become distracted. Therefore
an external stimulus is met by a captive audience. Since brain growth is continual
throughout fetal development, some of the senses are quite active. For instance, it
has been found that fetuses turn towards pleasant music and comfortable sounds, but
away from discordant noise like rock music. In fact, noise pollution drastically
impairs fetal brain development.
Studies of prenatal development by University of North Carolina psychologist
Anthony DeCasper have shown that newborn babies can detect the difference
between their mothers' voices and those of other women, and that they prefer female
voices to male voices. There was also evidence to indicate that newborn babies
showed a preference for Dr. Seuss stories read to them before birth over new Dr.
Seuss stories only read to them after birth. In another study, a researcher chose 20
random Greek words for pregnant mothers to read to their unborn infants. After
birth, these same 20 Greek words proved easier to learn later in childhood over 20
other randomly chosen Greek words.
In Hayward, California, Dr. Rene van de Carr has a prenatal university that
teaches parents to get to know their infants before birth. Beginning with the fifth
month, a basic method or word association is progressively established through a
series of games. The "kick game" involves saying, "Kick mommy," to the fetus
when kicking is initiated. Later the spoken words - pat, rub, squeeze, tap, shake and
stroke are associated with the appropriate tactile stimulus on the mother's tummy.
The on and off switching of a flashlight on the lower part of the mother's abdomen is
done while stating the words "light" and "dark."
Perhaps the best example of prenatal learning has been with the development of
the 4 Susedik girls (Susan, Stacey, Stephanie & Johanna). Their parents, Joe and
Jitsuko Susedik, routinely talked to each of their fetal babies, read the alphabet,
practiced phonics and discussed social studies as if they were really present in the
flesh. As a result, they gave their children a head start before birth, and all four
developed into actual geniuses later.
As an exercise for your prenatal baby, you can begin by reading simple academics
at your 5th month of pregnancy. Use deep, inner imagery about what you read
aloud, because your baby has good telepathic abilities with you as a mother. During

the day, vividly describe things that you do and the reasons behind them -- from
brushing your teeth to cooking and eating your food. To assist this process,
visualize all your sensory experiences as they happen, and transmit the focus of
your impressions toward your baby's head as the point of reception.
Since your own fears and anxieties can also be passed along to your fetal baby,
minimize these and keep your emotions stable. A mother's negative emotional state
can constrict the blood flow to the placenta and can produce oxygen deprivation in the
womb. Besides suffering brain damage, a "suffocation syndrome" can occur which
has the unusual effect in later life of feelings of panic, depression, fatigue and
possible drug dependency. A love vibration is essential to good developmental
growth. Healthy, physical exercise and a wholesome diet are recommended for you
as the pregnant mother -- free of alcohol, nicotine, narcotics and white sugar intake.
Choose positive, expressive and knowledgeable people associations, because
remember, your baby is listening too. After delivery of the baby, love and an
educational environment should be available as well.

Divining, Dowsing and Radiesthesia

What seemed like parascience yesterday is becoming laboratory science today.
The sad part about anything hard to explain or little understood is that it is often
branded or enshrouded in mysticism. Nikola Tesla's alternating current suffered a
Satanic branding at the turn of the century by religious leaders, but even religious
leaders use AC electricity today.
Farmers have been using the technique of divining for centuries to locate water for
well use. There are all kinds of diviner's rods and dowser's pendulums on the
market. They all act as wave guides to attune your vibration of intention to what
you're seeking to find.
For a simple exercise in divining for water, cut 2 wire coat hangers with snips so
that you can make two L-shaped pieces about 15 inches by 6 inches. Now loosely
hold the small end of each piece, one in each hand. Place a pail of water in front of
you and think about water, but don't close your eyes. Extend your loosely held rods
over the water, and watch them cross each other in an X over the water. (If you have
Rh negative blood, they will generally angle out to each side, instead of crossing.)
Do it away from the water and nothing happens (unless you're over other water).
Make sure that your legs are kept apart to about the same distance as your arms so
that an optimal flow of polarized currents can be picked up from the earth.
Consider yourself to be the instrument, not the divining rod. The rod is only the
indicator, like the pendulum. Use the same technique to look for coins or metal
objects. Have someone hide different coins under a rug. Then individually think of
each coin, and name each one as your rods cross over its hidden position. Russian
researchers revealed less accuracy achieved when a current-carrying wire was wound
around the wrists of subject dowsers or a magnet was brought close to their heads.
So apparently electricity and magnetism can interfere with reception.
When you use a dowser's pendulum or a diviner's rod while you're blindfolded,
no results are usually achieved. Visual perception is important in relaying the infor-
mation to your inner awareness, because your eyes act as a receiving channel (review
"Exercise -- Eye Contact For Inner Communication"). You can locate coins under a
rug in the same way as you did with the diviner's rod. Dangle your pendulum over
the rug and think of the coin desired as you walk. The pendulum will swing back
and forth until it reaches the coin location, then it will begin to circle. Now take your pendulum and suspend it over the central locus of a semicircle of 5
colors (red, green, blue, yellow and orange) like in Figure A. Sit with your back to a
partner that has 5 sheets of colored construction paper (red, green, blue, orange and
yellow). Let your partner hold up one of the colored sheets so that his line of sight is
just over the sheet, and he is looking at your pendulum or the back of your head.
Your pendulum should begin moving in the direction of the appropriate color.
Experiment with all the colors. Now have your partner just think of one of the colors
while looking at you or your pendulum. On a subliminal level, your subconscious
will pick up the ELF (extremely low frequency) thought projections that are being
amplified by your partner's eyes and the information will be transmitted to your






Maps are like pictures -- symbolic form representations that carry the vibrations of
what they portray. To do map or picture dowsing, visualize what you want to find &
dangle your pendulum over the areas represented. You can detect water, minerals or
lost objects by attuning your vibration of intention to 'home' in on the vibration of
that which is sought. Your pendulum will circle when it locates what you want.
Practice will make you better, but don't forget that with some people it takes a 20 - 30
second attunement adjustment before achieving results.

Using Quartz Crystals

Quartz crystals have been used for centuries in all parts of the world for healing
purposes as well as for strengthening overall mental and spiritual abilities. In
"Exercise -- Psychometry," you learned that many vibrations are picked up by
inanimate objects. Crystals not only pick up and store vibrations, but they focus,
direct, shield, transform, balance and amplify your own vibrational energy as well.
Choose your quartz crystal by the way it 'feels' to you. If a chipped and ugly one
feels right, then that's the crystal for you. To start off, use a clear, single-terminated quartz crystal (it has only one point). Since your crystal picks up vibrations easily, it is necessary to initially cleanse it. You can pack your crystal in salt (preferably sea salt) or soak it in salt water for 7 days (1 tsp. sea salt to 1 qt. of pure water). You can put the crystal in running water (like a stream) or bury it in the earth for 7 days. The vibrations of painful emotions and health problems can be imparted to your crystal, so short cleansings are periodically necessary. For short cleansings, a 3-day period of any of the above procedures is sufficient. If your crystal is handled by someone, clear it with a salt solution soaking for 10-30 minutes. After cleansing, place your crystal in the direct dawn sunlight for 2 to 3 hours to charge and activate it with the life energy of the sun. If your crystal is small enough, carry it with you wherever you go. Instead of being your 'pet rock,' this can be your 'pet crystal,' but don't let others handle and imprint on it their thought vibrations. You can sleep with it, meditate with it, talk to it or say your prayers with it. The more it is exposed to you, the more attuned to your vibration it becomes. It quickly becomes your friend and your teacher. To some degree, it will even protect you from the negative effects of artificial environments and shield you from negative forces. Since 50 - 75% of all of your scattered thought impressions during the day are derived from ELF (extremely low frequency) waves generated from other entities, a crystal properly tuned to your vibration will help keep your mind clearer of this 'mental noise.' Some people have had their crystal crack when a negative hit was sent in their direction. It can also mirror back negativity in this respect. In one experiment, a researcher discovered that a handful of small, double- terminated quartz "diamonds" from either Lake County, CA or Herkimer County, NY has the potential of splitting shot glasses in half when the crystals are placed inside them and allowed to sit for a few hours or days. The peculiar configuration of a heavy bottomed shot glass appears to be the only type of glass where this cracking phenomenon works. It is undetermined what kind of energy accumulates and is imparted to the glass to make it split into 2 pieces? Just as quartz computer chips store information, your quartz crystal can store and focus your intentional or emotional energy. Crystals augment and magnify your intention, so you should only use them when in a clear, positive state of mind. As an exercise with your crystal, do "Exercise -- Imagine and Mind Walk Your Goals" and "Exercise -- Imaging To Bring Luck And Happiness" while visualizing the results you want to achieve flowing through your crystal. You'll find that your visualizations become more powerful and effective when using your crystal, especially those concerning healing (review "Exercise -- Improving Your Visualization Skills"). If you send healing prayers through your crystal while holding it over an afflicted area, they will be greatly magnified. Since crystals amplify emotional intentions with more distinctness, do the telepathy exercises while holding your crystal. Your ELF thought waves can be augmented and sent through your crystal and then received through someone else's crystal and decoded with their thoughts (like the crystal in a radio set assists in transmitting sound across space). For example, danger can be transmitted quite easily. Use your crystal for storage of reminders or information that you may want to retrieve later, or for that matter that you want to have someone else to retrieve, but make sure that you connect up such information with some emotional intention for better clarity. If you go to sleep holding or putting your crystal under your pillow, solutions to problems on your mind will greet you when you awaken. Double-terminated crystals are especially good for dream solutions, because the energy comes and goes in both directions to connect your conscious with your subconscious. If you do your concentration and meditation exercises with your crystal, the result will be greatly enhanced. If you hold your crystal between clasped hands over your solar plexus, you can feel the energy drawing into your body. Experiment on your own, and enhance your mental abilities by carrying a quartz crystal. 

Clairvoyance

Clairvoyance is like watching television -- past, present or future. Prophecy or
precognition more specifically identifies future seeing clairvoyance. By relaxing your
conscious waking mind, your subconscious mind can establish a link to the universal
storehouse of information.
Obtain a crystal (even a diamond is good) that shines. If you choose a quartz
crystal, make sure you are attuned with it (see "Exercise -- Using Quartz Crystals").
Relax in a comfortable position and reduce the lighting very low (natural candlelight
is good.). Make the room so dark that the crystal becomes hazy in your hand. Now
look at the crystal without trying to see anything, as if you were looking into the far
distance. Relax your eyes and let your focus go out of 'synch.' The crystal will only
be inches from you, but it will seem like miles. The crystal will eventually begin to
cloud and suddenly the milkiness will roll away and disclose the world in some way.
Remain steady and don't jerk or you'll lose the picture and have to start all over again
another night. Using a quartz crystal, the fuzzy wisps of hair and clouds inside it
begin to transform themselves into people, animals, landscapes, and cities of wonder.
With clairvoyance, you can view the world's history and often find things quite
different than in the history books. You might even see snatches of the future, but
remember have faith in yourself and the process, and you will succeed.
Everyone has precognitive 'feelings' from time to time. One survey of 28
documented train wrecks revealed that significantly fewer people rode the trains that
crashed than rode them on the same day of the week in earlier weeks or months.
Also, most major disasters are often preceded by precognitive impressions by many
people around the world.
In some cases, a degree of clairvoyance has developed as a result of an abnormal
growth on the thyroid. When the growth is removed by surgery, the clairvoyant
sensitivity disappears. Could a heightened sensitivity be artificially produced by
clever surgery? After Peter Hurkos fell off a building, he found that something
changed in his brain and he suddenly was endowed with 'psychic' abilities.
Unfortunately in the present time period, extranormal abilities are often too stressful
for the ill-prepared individual, and confinement to a mental hospital is sometimes the
result.

High Speed Listening

Are you "hard of listening" instead of "hard of hearing?" Do you really listen to
people or are you always thinking about what YOU are ready to say when someone is
talking to you? This exercise in speed listening will focus your listening abilities.
How fast does your mind assimilate verbal information? Translators at the United
Nations reiterate translations as the original language is spoken. Other people have
the faculty of being able to repeat any spoken words a split second after other people
have said them, and sometimes even backwards! Newscasters learn to read their
news material fast, steadily and without frequent errors.
As an exercise in listening intently, play a cassette tape with a lecture dialogue on
it. As you listen to it, repeat what you hear word for word into a cassette recorder.
Then afterwards, compare both recordings for accuracy.
If you read at a rate of only 200 - 300 words per minute, your attention will no
doubt wander from time to time. This absent-mindedness often requires regression
over the same material again and again. The same phenomenon sometimes occurs
when listening to a monotone lecturer that is speaking at a rate of 125 - 150 words per
minute. Your attention wanders and little is absorbed.
By listening to a process of compressed or speeded-up tapes, a delivery rate of
350 words per minute can be easily assimilated by your brain. Dr. Sally R.
McCracken at Detroit's Wayne State University uses a technique of editing tapes to
remove portions of recorded material. By taking out pauses between words and by
shortening the time needed to make vowel sounds, Dr. McCracken uses a special
machine that scans an audio tape and cuts out these short segments of "needless
sound." Originally used by blind listeners, it was found that besides reducing
listening time, the system also aids comprehension by forcing listeners to concentrate
more intently.
In the early 1970's, Sandy Greenberg, an engineering student at Columbia
University, discovered that he was going blind. Desiring to learn as much
information in the shortest possible time, Greenberg approached a friend, Murray
Schiffman, who set to work on a technique for varying the playback speed of
recorded tapes without affecting the pitch. Tape hobbyists knew, for example, that
when you played back a tape at twice the speed at which it was recorded, it was
difficult or impossible to understand. For one thing, the speaker's voice was
automatically raised a full octave, out of the range of normal speech intelligibility.
The technique had been used for comic effect in earlier days with the series of novelty
song hits featuring Alvin and the Chipmunks. So what Schiffman eventually came
up with was a circuit that would play back recorded material at variable speeds
without altering the pitch, and with up to 100% increase or decrease without losing
intelligibility. The technique is now called variable speech control or VSC.
Corporations began using speed listening cassette players to save valuable training
time and money. It was found that most of the students using VSC liked listening at
faster than normal rates. Tests showed that speeds from about 1.75 to 2.0 times
normal (about 275 - 300 wpm) improved comprehension and retention. In looking
for ways to speed up the training process, speech compression seemed to be the best
idea, because 90% of the course work was self-instructional.
Depending upon the quality of the tape recording device, information can be
progressively speeded up to 10 or 20 times normal speed and still be intelligibly
assimilated. For this exercise, you need to create just such a tape first. Assume a
self-hypnotic state and use the time distortion technique with a metronome (review
"Exercise -- Learning Self-Hypnosis" and "Exercise -- Learn Through Time
Distortion"). Indicate when you have achieved a time distorted perception by saying
to an assistant, "I'm ready." At this point, the information tape is played to you
through a head set at the high speed rate. You'll find that with practice, greater
quantities of information can be absorbed in this way in a shorter span of time.

Speed Reading At Over 2000 WPM

The eye's fovea is a small spot near the retina's center filled with a high
concentration of photoreceptors that allows the focal point of your vision to send
visual information to the conscious thinking part of your brain. The fovea receives
only a small part of the light entering the eye, and when reading, usually no more
than 7 letters are acknowledged at a time. The number of jumps your eye makes with
the focal point of your vision limits you to normal reading speeds.
The parafovea is an area that surrounds the fovea and can take in much more
information with your peripheral vision. The parafovea is connected to other areas of
your brain that govern instinct and reflex. The light that hits the parafovea is
subliminal information (beyond the conscious threshold). When tachistoscopic blips
are flashed at 1/100th of a second throughout a movie, they are subliminal and not
consciously noticeable until you are told that they are there. Then your conscious
awareness can easily see the quick flashes.
Training your subconscious awareness to acknowledge this peripheral visual input
for interpretation by your conscious awareness is the process of speed reading. Also
remember that your mind will have the tendency to want to complete things that
appear uncompleted (see "Exercise -- Completion"). So as the words flow past your
eyes, your mind will develop the ability to complete the text as thought forms.
Internal verbalization ceases at speeds over 1000 wpm. As a result, auditory
learners often have the most trouble quieting their mind. Evelyn Wood showed that
adapting your brain to higher speeds was a learned process like any other new talent.
She also demonstrated that comprehension and retention of speed read material was
considerably higher. To increase your reading skills, you must open your thinking
about it. Attitude is everything. You must “want to” read fast and affirm and believe
you “CAN” read fast, and “know” comprehension will be better. Adopting an
attitude of "wanting to" read and recall information at faster speeds is important.
The training procedure involves moving down the page and seeing all the print
with a sense that goes beyond normal reading methods. The hand is used as a pacer
to curb regressions, to enhance perceptual ability, to control the rate of speed and to
direct concentration. You do not make the eyes follow each motion of the hand
slavishly, but instead you "let go" and allow the eyes to move where they will. By
looking for total concepts you become aware of details with more thoroughness. It's
like shifting your conscious awareness to the right brain to do the job instead of to the
internally verbalizing left brain. You learn to allow all the words to come in rapidly and effortlessly without stopping and considering each word individually. You learn
to read thought by thought instead of word by word.
As you read down the page, you become more aware of the feeling, atmosphere
and mood of the story as well as the thinking of the author, and thereby you receive
more vivid and lasting impressions. Learn to form visualizations as you read
involving any of your senses that you feel comfortable with. Periodically ask
yourself, "What is going on?" and "What is being told here?" When you start to
speed read, images will begin to flow past your inner eye in a rapid, understandable
and natural way (see "Exercise -- Time Distortion"). When this happens, integrate
other sensory imagery of tastes, sounds, smells and kinesthetics for better retention.
As an exercise in speed reading, first look over the material in its entirety by
turning all the pages and skimming for the general gist of the material. Look at the
table of contents; note subdivisions; and review summary paragraphs. Determine
where the book intends to take you. This preliminary increases the assimilation
process. Also, make sure that you're in a relaxed, comfortable position with good
posture (review “Exercise -- Relaxation For Improved Awareness”). It’s important to
be in a proper state of readiness before actually beginning. In actual practice, if you
used a lazy "S" hand movement or made a series of overlapping circles down the
printed page at varying high speeds for one half hour per day with no thought of
comprehending and paying attention to only the white areas of the page, in six weeks
your brain would be comprehending the words, and you would be reading at
thousands of words per minute!
Just make sure your conscious awareness (review "Exercise -- Mindfulness:
Improving Your Conscious Awareness") is directed to following your hand
movement down the page and not directed to idle internal visualizations. Use a
definite sweeping rhythm, and consciously watch the words flow in front of your
eyes. Catch yourself every time your attention wanders and direct your conscious
attentiveness back to the pages. If you're having trouble with this, you might
reiterate aloud the phrase, "I am reading shockingly fast" to disengage your left brain
from the reading process while running your finger down the pages.
As you progress, you might also cock your head to the right and look at the
printed material slightly in the left field of vision while reading. This projects the
material directly to your right brain, which is the side with the high speed reading
skill. You can also experiment and position the book above eye level by cocking
your head downward and tilt the eyes upwards for the reading process. Just like in
“Exercise -- Meditation” and “Exercise -- Learning Self-Hypnosis,” the eyes tilted upwards physiologically opens a suggestive avenue in the brain/mind process and
encourages achieving the alpha state. When the reading shift is finally made to your
right brain, reading speeds of 50,000 wpm or more are quite possible. Some speed
readers even read backwards (from the bottom to the top of the page) with equal ease.
Remember in this exercise, it is the right brain or mirror and upside down brain doing
the reading.
This exercise might seem to proceed in a totally opposite manner than you have
been previously taught in normal reading, but you must suspend your skepticism and
judgment, and simply believe it is possible for you to read thousands of words per
minute.

Understanding Any Spoken Language

A phenomenon know as glossolalia takes place when you suddenly speak an
unknown language or dialect that formerly you had no knowledge of. In charismatic
Christian circles this is called "speaking in tongues." In other religions, it is called
other things, but in all cases an altered state of awareness is seemingly achieved prior
to the phenomenon. The operations of the conscious, willful side of the brain are
suspended. As far back as Vergil (70 - 19 B.C.), there have been references to the
tongues speaking with the Sibylline priestess on the Isle of Delos. Speaking in
tongues is found among Mohammedans, Eskimos of Greenland and many African
tribes. Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism, taught his followers to speak in
tongues by telling them to "Arise upon your feet, speak or make some sound,
continue to make sounds of some kind, and the Lord will make a tongue or language
of it."
Coupled with glossolalia is the occasional phenomenon of xenoglossia or spontan-
eous interpretation of the unknown tongue by certain witnessing individuals present.
("If any man speak in an unknown tongue, let it be by two, or at the most by three,
and that by course; and let one interpret. But if there be no interpreter, let him keep
silence in the church; ..." 1 Corin. 14:27, 28) Many people have experienced this
same phenomenon to a lesser degree when they visit a foreign country and they listen
to an unknown language. Suddenly they seem to understand what was said at times,
but they don't know how they understand it. Is there an intuitive part of the brain that
can act as a universal translator without the cognitive process of knowing how to
speak the language itself? Xenoglossia has also been reported among Muslims in
India where certain individuals have recited portions of the Koran in its original
language, Arabic, without having previously understood Arabic.
The ability to understand any language or dialect can be practiced with the follow-
ing exercise: Assume a comfortable, relaxed seated position and take several deep,
abdominal breaths. This can be done in a group situation or by yourself, so arrange
all chairs to face an appropriate TV screen. A prearranged video cassette should have
one minute blurbs spoken in various foreign languages by different individuals on
subjects with emotional impact. (Emotions are already a universal language that cut
across all mental barriers.)
Look at the TV narrator's face and listen to the sound of what he is saying and the
way he is saying it without trying to analytically interpret it. After his monologue,
take one minute to write down what you intuitively thought he said or meant. While doing this, have the video go into a one minute musical mode with soothing largo
movements of baroque composers (see "Exercise -- Rhythmic Memorizing"). Then
have the same person on the video give the English translation of what he said in the
foreign tongue. Move onto the next one minute monologue in a foreign tongue with a
different language and narrator. Go into the musical mode and write down what you
think was said. Then have the English translation given on video by the same
person. Continue with these one minute foreign language blurbs, one minute write
downs and follow-up interpretations over and over for one half hour per day --
always varying the foreign language or dialect and differing the content of the
monologue.
Since the analytical side of the brain cannot interpret any of the content at all, the
non-analytical side of the brain has to make the adjustment. By applying a relaxed
"letting go" process (achieving an alpha/theta state is ideal), the subconscious will
tune into the language and you'll be understanding it without understanding how you
understand it. It's like thinking with intention instead of words. Researchers have
found in people that have had their corpus callosum severed that their right brain has
recognition abilities of language but simply cannot verbalize it. It might take many
sessions and a lot practice, but this spontaneous interpretive listening can be mastered
in time. Also, the feedback of the English translation after each monologue allows
you to monitor your progress.
As a variation to the above and for the more visual minded, have the one minute
foreign language monologues piped through a tape player's headset while you look at
the foreign language written on a sheet of paper in front of you. After a one minute
pause where you write down a translation of what you thought was said, the
interpretation of the passage is then given in the next interval. Select passages that
have emotional impact for better interpretation. Many colleges have not only foreign
magazines and newspapers that would suit this purpose, but also appropriate
interpreters as well.
Just as a child understands a mother's language before actually speaking it, future
humans may also learn to understand each other's dialect. Perhaps this was always
ancient man's inherent ability, and that which was referred to in the biblical story of
Babel. Maybe when God smote the people, he didn't afflict them with different
dialects. He simply took away their ability to understand each other's dialect.
(Genesis 11:7 ..... "and there confound their language, that they may not understand
one another's speech.") After mastering this exercise and "Exercise -- Speed Reading
At Over 2,000 wpm," you will quickly learn how to speed read any foreign language
text with complete comprehension as well. You may also be able to apprehend and
discern the meaning of ancient tablets of unknown hieroglyphs with equal ease.
The portion of the human mind that allows this process to take place may also be
linked to the same faculty that allows telepathy to take place?! As you learned in the
telepathy exercises, when you read another person's mind who thinks in a foreign
language, you are really reading the thought intention of a transmitter's words, not
the words themselves. If you have mastered lucid dreaming (review "Exercise --
Lucid Dreaming: Conscious Awareness of Your Dreams"), you may also be
surprised to learn how understanding other languages in the dream world is quite
easy when language tapes are played during the sleep-learning process (review
"Exercise -- Sleep-Learning").