reply to post by Vipassana
Sure, I believe you, I don't think I've ever pulled off that distance/time with that bug, but I've had variants on this happen to me so often I
feel like I am still kind of practicing getting it right. Like sometimes I'll be all irritated, "Oh would you GET OUT already, I'm trying to help
you!" trying to help a fly get out the bathroom window or a spider get onto something so I can get it out of the bathtub/shower for example.
Other times I do better and it seems like it will respond... so far the trivias I have concluded (not perfect at this yet, so this may be wrong), is
well first, a really clear intent
as to what one is asking for, and this should be done rather physically, like kinesthetically feel 'going
left out that window'
for example, don't make it conceptual like a thought but physical like an imagined action; then,
a) genuine positive emotion e.g. heart chakra affection seems to help,
b) PATIENCE seems to be important for some reason, I don't so much mean time-waiting as just 'acceptance',
c) another version of the acceptance is a sort of allowance that simply expects it to "be ok" and to happen, and
d) then literally LETTING GO much like if you're doing mental mandalas (thoughtforms) you have to before it's over.
(Humorously this matches the 'Intention, Attention, Expectation' that psi research suggests is key.)
Combining those seems to have the most ideal results for the endless flies and spiders which seem to find their way into my bathroom, the former
because my house is very dark alas and so the bright window of the bathroom draws them in summer, the latter because underneath my house is a whole
world of them and they come for the water.
I might add that many eons ago, I read this book solely because I liked the title, called "Behaving as if the God in all life matters" by Michaelle
Small Wright, who wrote another couple books specific to "working with nature devas" in her garden. I had some offbeat experiences related to that.
Whether this is actually influencing other-identities, or whether it's really only some 'pieces of our larger self,' or whether it's influencing
my perception to THINK this is happening, I don't really know, because the effects on 'reality' sometimes seem a little more complete than merely
on the assumedly-biological-entities within that reality such as bugs. But I think insects are kind of like 'good practice material' in a way, for