posted on Dec, 26 2008 @ 04:52 PM
reply to post by Ant4AU
That's an awesome technique, thanks for pointing it out.
A form of this technique I use from time to time is;
With your eyes closed tell yourself(your conscious mind): The next thing that I see will be a "vision" or "dream"(depending on how deep you're
going)... And keep that thought going while you slip deeper & deeper into relaxation and when a flash happens, it could be of something odd that
might snap you awake, but know you can just do again.
When you do it again, expand on it "the next thing I 'see' will be a dream" by stating a destination of some kind. Example:
"The next thing I 'see' will be a dream, and it is a beautiful sun rise over the ocean"
More often then not you'll get a vision of what you intended once you go deep enough, and if you don't you'll "see" something and know, "hey
that's not a nice ocean..." which in the least gives you a "channel of consciousness" (as I call it) to make a choice to keep seeing what's
happening, wake up & reset, or construct the scene directly from your new state of consciousness(or lucidity).
Very Important note:
I know that process sounded kind of redundant in respects that you repeat the same essential process and only tacting something on later. However the
reason I suggested "no target" first is that is sort of like checking your subconscious "mail" or messages for the day and makes it easier to
calibrate what's going on below the surface.
So if you get an odd, silly, horny, angry, warm, cold, loving, cryptic, or whatever kind of vision that gives you a good idea of what the flavor of
your subconscious vision is going to be contending with a bit in terms of residual day sensory. This helps to "filter" out whatever thoughts or
feelings may inhibit you from achieving your target.