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Originally posted by Applesandoranges
What about DNA activation? Im curious about this also.
I have come across work shops on activating your DNA so that you can come and go as you please from this dimension into the next is this possible??
Originally posted by surrealist1978
reply to post by ATSGUY
sorry i did'nt realise u quoted so much....
you should try kundalini yoga, different practices are said to stimulate the Ajna chakra, including Trataka (steady gazing), Shambhavi Mudra (gazing at the space between the eyebrows), and some forms of Pranayama (breath exercises).......
[edit on 7'2/2009 by surrealist1978]
In order to consciously exit the body you have to learn to focus enough of your attention in one spot long enough to tune to a space in COR memory for your consciousness to observe it clearly. Most people do this using some sort of conceptualization such as a picturing triangle in your head, climbing a rope, or watching candlelight.
It does not matter what you conceptualize, you should do whatever works best for you. The only important thing is that you hold that conceptualization clearly in your mind and don't get distracted.
No matter what your preferred conceptualization may be, at first you will probably not be able to conceptualize anything clear enough to really tune to a space in COR memory. If you jump straight into conceptualizing something purely in your mind you will probably find that after a minute or so you focus has slipped off and you're thinking about something else.
At least that was my experience; when I first began seriously trying for conscious exits it was no problem for me to maintain a perpetually blank mind yet I found it nearly impossible to focus on any mind construct for more than a minute or two without daydreaming into something else.
We use an exercise that allows us to gradually build our ability to focus purely on one thing for an extended period. The idea is that we start off looking at something simple in front of us, then close our eyes and conceptualize it, then go back to observing the object in order to recalibrate and refocus, then back to the conceptualization, etc.
This builds a bridge between the two areas of awareness and allows us to keep closer track of how well we're doing.
To do this, get a candle with a single wick and some earplugs. Put the candle in a bowl or something that will catch any wax that it drips. Set it several feet from your bed and light the candle then turn off all the lights. You want your only focus in the room to be the candlelight so make sure it's not illuminating anything distracting.
Put in the earplugs and lay down on your side on your bed so you can see the candle. Make sure the candle is far enough away that you can stare at it without it leaving much of an after-image on your retinas.
Use a timer to do the following routine:
* Watch the candle for 1 minute.
* Shut your eyes and direct your full attention to your conceptualization of the candlelight for 1 minute.
* Watch the candle for 1 minute.
* Shut your eyes and direct your full attention to your conceptualization of the candlelight for 2 minutes.
* Watch the candle for 1 minute.
* Shut your eyes and direct your full attention to your conceptualization of the candlelight for 3 minutes.
* Watch the candle for 1 minute.
* Shut your eyes and direct your full attention to your conceptualization of the candlelight for 4 minutes.
* Watch the candle for 1 minute.
* Shut your eyes and direct your full attention to your conceptualization of the candlelight for 5 minutes.
Use the above routine for Day 1, it will take 20 minutes to complete.
On Day 2 work up to 10 minutes by watching the candle for a minute at a time and using this schedule for the closed eye portions: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. It will take 37 minutes to do.
On Days 3 and 4 work up to 15 minutes using this schedule for the closed eye portions: 1, 3, 6, 9, 12, 15. Those days will take 57 minutes to do.
* During the intervals while you have your eyes closed, if you lose your focus blink your eyes open for a split second and get the image of the candle then continue on. At the end of each interval check to see that you still have the concept of the candle as the foremost idea in your mind.
* For me the most powerful way to imagine the candle is to picture it burning right in the center of your skull near the base. That puts your attention where your brain generates the most activity when you're in a deep delta trance. It seems to bring on the dizzy sensations and vibrations a lot faster that way.
* The Saltcube Timer at www.tunedind.com/timer.html has built-in presets for these routines.
* The best time to do this is in the morning after you get up and are alert.
* It's important that when you conceptualize the candle to have it flicker. Motion is extremely important in order to both hold your attention and also to tune you completely to the candle's COR memory representation.
Once you're really good at focusing on your candle conceptualization it will be much easier for you to use methods such as Robert Bruce's Rope exit routine or simply phase yourself into whatever location you want.
For more information see the video on "How To Trick Your Body Into Falling Asleep To Have Lucid Dreams And O. B.E.s"
I would just like to say that i am getting very proficient in going to my
alpha level, and it is all working out great!
I would like to ask, how do you program yourself for certain things?
For the past 2 weeks i have been getting up around 12 and 1 in the
afternoon, it is really ruining my day. I feel cranky and half the day is
gone because of it. And in the morning when i set my alarm i just go right
back to sleep. Then when i wake up i shun myself because i didn't wake up at the right time.
How can i program myself to wake up early in the morning. Even if i get only 8-4 hours of sleep!
I would like to wake up early, like around 6 or 8 in the morning to help
myself have a productive day!
I guess my secret has always been that I have a weak bladder, and I
automatically wake up once sometime during the night!
After getting in bed, and before going to sleep, I go to level and program
myself to go to level after i come back to bed and before going to sleep
again. That way I'm already in alpha (or nearly so) and it only takes a
moment to state my intention, then go back to sleep again. You have to know exactly what you are programming for, have the words memorized as well as the visual image you are projecting for its realization (materialization).
If waking up in the middle of your sleep period is raising havoc with your
sleep cycles, then forget about doing that. Understand that what your are
trying to access is your Theta level, so try going to level before going to
sleep and programming that you will be accessing your alpha/theta level when you wake up in the morning. Then when you wakeup, simply go to level (you may only need a very short countdown, like five to one), and then do your programming.
There's always a way around any of these problems. The big thing is not to
get anxious or upset because something is not working our for you. Go to
level, and just idly contemplate the problem (targeted daydreaming) for a
few minutes, then count yourself out. This is a way of having your
sub-conscious communicate your problem to your Higher Self
(super-conscious). Do this daily and you'll be amazed how often the perfect
solution will come to you, usually as a seemingly random thought from out of the blue.
Hope this helps.
i have been progressing very well with your psychic development course.
I do have one question...I know that when i have lucid dreams i am generally in a 1st person view, that is me basically looking at my dream world as i normally look at the waking world. But in my meditation when going to my level and into my peaceful scene, i generally have a 2nd person or 3rd person view. Sometimes i am looking over my shoulder and can see my "visualized/imagined head and shoulder", other times i am looking at my entire body in 3rd person.
Should it be in 1st person view.
Also when doing the white light and shield, should i do that in my peaceful
scene, or try to imagine it actually happening to my real physical body?
Second question first:
When starting out you would do the While Light and Shield exercises best
while in your peaceful scene at alpha level, but as you become more adept at the practice, particularly the Shield, you should progress to doing it at
any time, like when you are walking down the street. Remember, if you have done the exercise in the morning, then in the event of danger, whether real or perceived, just the thought of strengthening the shield with a momentary mental flash of its brilliance should suffice.
To your first question, it sounds like you may have progressed to a near
state of OOBE (out-of body experience.) The next step here is to separate
the two: being in your peaceful scene while in alpha, and entering an OOBE
while in theta. If you want to continue with the latter, then - while seeing
your own head and shoulder, will yourself to see your physical body from a
greater distance, say from a door of the room you are in. If you can
maintain a distance view (it may take practice - it's mostly a matter of
exercising your will power) then try going outside the room. A good example at first would be if a window your room opens onto like a patio or porch and will yourself out there looking back at your physical self through the window. These are the first steps of remote viewing and/or astral travel.
For remote viewing, select a venue you are already familiar with and will
yourself to travel there. Don't linger around, go there, take note of your
surroundings, and will yourself back to your body. Remember distance is
meaningless in remote viewing whether in the next room or the next country, your travel is instantaneous.
Remote viewing seems to be most successful when you have a reason to go
wherever it is you desire. Just going there to see if you can do it doesn't
cut it. Have a reason, however flimsy, like to see what John's house in San
Jose looks like from the outside and you are living thousands of miles away.
Then to verify what you saw, perhaps a beautiful rose bush in full bloom or
a red Porsche in the driveway, whatever, email him with details explaining
that you saw it in a dream.
Never tell anyone you saw something while practicing your remote viewing
unless you know for a fact they are as full attuned to the "psychic" as you
If you are interested in astral travel, then see yourself looking down at
your physical body lying in repose. When you can do this comfortably, then
program your mind to go to a different plane of existence. There are many
and at first you will not be in control. This is a time and place when you
should be relying on your spirit guide for protection and guidance. There is
a plane that I call the "White Plane" where you experience everything in
white and shades thereof. Tell your guide you want to meet him/her there to become better acquainted. I have used this plane for many years (I'm nearing 79) and have met many spirits while sitting at a table.
Before you ask, I know of no one personally and few that I have read of that have successfully arranged to meet other humans while astral traveling. In the few instances I have read of, it has always been between two people with a very close psychic bond such as long time lovers.
Some astral planes can be quite frightening and you must remember two things at all times, first that your always in mental control of the situation, and second, you can will your return to your physical body whenever you wish. A slow and peaceful return is the best because if you snap back for whatever reason, you will invariably awaken with a start, and be disoriented for a few moments, and may even have a short term headache.
I wish you all the best in your "psychic" endeavors. If you have questions
drop me a line.
Let's face it, 99% of people can't visualize for peanuts! No, let me rephrase that, 99% of people think they cannot visualize. But this is all wrong too, because I know that one-hundred percent of people can visualize perfectly. Everyone does it all the time. They just don't know they are doing it. If you are one of the many people that has problems with visualization, then this is the chapter you have been waiting for all your life.
The above stated problem comes about simply because visualization is generally so poorly explained and taught these days. Visualization is considered by many to be an ability that takes years to master. But visualization is extremely easy and it does not take any time at all to master. It is a natural ability that everyone has and uses all the time. It is an ability that anyone can do with virtually no training or practice.
There are profound in-built problems with the majority of today's popular New Age visualization-based techniques. This is especially apparent with popular energy body and Chakra development techniques, if you seriously examine them. I have come across countless developmental problems relating to this single issue. This problem is so serious it greatly increases the difficulty levels encountered with any kind of serious development work. Development time is thereby seriously lengthened. As a consequence the majority of people give up well before they get any noticeable or worthwhile results.
To illustrate a part of this problem: if you belong to a meditation or development group, go and ask everyone, one at a time and in private, how they really get on with visualization. Note the slightly worried looks you'll get with this question if you push it, especially from those teaching it. If they are completely honest most people will admit to having a few basic problems with visualization, or that they just can't do it at all. But you will also find a few who will claim to have no problems whatsoever. These lucky few can easily see in their mind's eye whatever they visualize - just as if they are watching a little TV behind their closed eyelids, in their mind's eye. The lucky few with this type of visual ability are unintentionally a part of this widespread self-propagating problem.
Mind's Eye Visual Ability - Or Visualization?