reply to post by SaturnFX
OK, that is actually great idea. Though being on a journey is more than a week or two. Keep a journal. But there are things needed for success.
For example, in the material by Ingo Star and the video I linked with notes, that gave the outcomes of thousands of major university studies on
telepathy, for example, this was what they found.
Basically, they tested the average student they had access too, which is most often the left brained ones, ie. the ones who are less likely to have
their toggles spots open. And the outcomes where significantly greater than the evidence that aspirin prevents heart attacks or silicone implants
caused problems with women, those stats were less than 1%.
The average was 25%. The left brained science students tested had 32% accuracy, that is 7% above norm expected. Huge stat in science.
Now, when they narrowed the study to those who were creative, right brained students, some who had already spoken of experiences, the findings were
65%, or 40% above the 25% norm rate.
That is huge!
It also tells us, that since accuracy itself was an issue, this isn't just saying these people were subjective experiencers and therefore nut jobs,
this said, they hit the target.
But in the case of a left brained skeptic giving this a mere couple weeks, this suggests that if you haven't already experienced anything, you may
want to up the time and do some preliminary. I would think 2 weeks to a month might yield some unusual coincidences in a non practicing, or aware,
right brained person, or a very creative one.
Left brain is harder to crack.
The suggestions I would make, some of them, are not recommended in the book, the intentions. Yet Ingo Swann suggested setting the intentions that
your toggles are up and running and seeing the light switches turned on.
So if you are following it precisely and don't do this, there are other ways to activate both the pineal and the right hemisphere. And I don't
promote the illlegal substance ones that give you a huge increase of melatonin.
But, Vit C in 2 grams or more before sleep seems to help some have reported.
Sungazing at dawn and dusk, that half hour window where there is no UV, increases the pineal and you can stare for minutes not seconds, without
damaging the eyes providing there is no bright metallic clouds nearby or eclipses.
Music, dance, poetry, even reading it, art, practicing water colors and just exploring washes of colors, on the page, abstract. Abstract art.
Spontaneous music. Zen mindedness, in the moment, without the order that organizing art into lines and form creates. Meditation. Not the chakra
kind, though it may be good. Not the rigid structure kind, as Free From and Zen minded, Abstract as you can get to reach theta and alpha with a blind
on your eyes.
I'd even go further and jot down in the journal, how often the sun cuts through clouds and floods your room whenever you have a positive, uplifting
Note all coincidences.
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