Originally posted by Thill
reply to post by isitmagic
from what I have been told and from personal experience , when you focus on the item do not think at all .. just know you want it to move but do not
imagine anything , try to keep your mind as clear of thought as possible .. (At least for the "just do it method") .. If somebody finds another way
that works better let me know please
Thill that is not thinking it's called sub thought,thinking in concepts...just a knowing....
Here's a quote from the site I gave here to exaplin more and it's worth going to the site testing what he say's ,because it's working ,so far for
The Greatest "Secret" of the Mind.
There is one thing that you should learn if you wish to be really effective in your psychic work. How to think purposefully on a "subconscious"
level. (I know, I know, if you are thinking on that level and able to be aware of it and direct it, then it is not subconscious? We run into some
language problems here though, so please bear with me.)
You do this all the time of course, think on that level, I mean. After all, it is the fundamental way that your brain works. For our purposes
though, it is really more of a matter of becoming aware of a certain kind of though pattern. Once you get it down you will be able to leap ahead in
your ability to interact with the world in a psychic manner, receptively and effectively.
On the deeper, some might say more primitive, levels of our minds, we do not use words to think. We do not even use pictures overly. The thoughts of
the deep subconscious mind are expressed as ideas, pure concepts, a "knowing" that has no words or need for words. On this level the pictures are
without color, even though you will "know" the color if you think about it, the shapes are fuzzy and without the sharp delineation of our normal
thought patterns. The most standout feature though is that there are no words.
So in principle the basic technique we need to learn is simple. All you have to do is "know" something, say what your target is and what you wish
to happen to it, and hold that thought. In practice most people can?t even capture the idea of what to do, much less form a conceptual thought and
hold it. The main problem is not one of ability, but rather a clear understanding of what it is they are trying to do.
Here is an example.
A good friend of mine and I had gone over the idea of conceptual thought several times. She was certain that she understood the idea and could do it
with no problem. When she tried to effect the roll of a pair of dice though, she kept coming up with the same results she normally got. (About twice
what chance would account for.)
Finally in frustration she asked me what she was doing wrong. (Actually she kind of yelled the question at me?) It turned out that as a very verbal
person that thinks in words as a matter of course, she was actually "chanting" at the dice mentally.
"Well, words are ideas, right? I mean you can't have and idea without a structure to hold it can you?" She did not seem happy when I told her
that you can.
With a bit of work though she finally got the technique down. "It feels very weird. When I am getting it right, it is like I am almost unaware of
what I am doing?" Her numbers on the testing shot up almost instantly, more than doubling the previous levels.