A Course on Conciousness part 2. Precognitive dreams and communication.

Lars Rune Foleide larsrune at sf.telia.no
Tue Jun 2 11:23:06 EST 1998


Just want to thank you for a great post.
Even though I mostly knew everything in advance you really helped me
get things straight and affirm that the thing I knew is right.

Keep up the good work...


Ian Wilson wrote in message <01bd8db0$895a5100$LocalHost at deathlord>...
>> > Actually, telekinesis is the most difficult thing a psychic might try
>to do.
>> Possible, though personally I believe that going through walls and
>> extending life for centuries might be more tricky.
>> But then again I don't understand enough about magic in the first
>> place.
>It's a patient art of controlling one's own mind and that frequency with
>that of the object.  I have done very little telekinesis but enough to
>satisfy myself that it has a potential that I will explore willingly till I
>die.
>
>> >>out-of-body
>> How does one do that?
>We do it all the time, it is a naturally occurring phenomena that usually
>misses one element, and that is waking consciousness so one does not
>remember, or only has distorted memory in forms of dreams passing through a
>belief filter to their waking consciousness.
>
>> If one were to go step by step, how does it work?
>This is a thought thing, you have to "think" yourself through it.  The
>process is simple.  Take yourself as you perceive yourself consciously for
>the unconscious ride.
>To do that, you have to prepare yourself for consciousness in that
>unconscious state.  A transgression is in order.  A bridge psychologically
>must be built to carry you into a re-occurring unconscious field of
>consciousness.
>
>To do this, start simply by identifying with yourself what you are as
>consciousness.
>
>Then you have to program your sleeping patterns to allow your conscious
>self to remain intact while the body falls asleep.
>
>The easiest way to achieve this is to break up sleeping patterns and go to
>sleep when physically tired, but mentally awake.  This helps, but is not
>nessicary.
>
>Before you go to bed.  Ask yourself five logical questions and look at your
>hands.  Do this while standing.  This is a test you will create for
>yourself when you enter into a conscious sleeping state.  The reason why?
>To ensure you that you have brought along that logical part of you that we
>attribute to our waking consciousness.  It's presence is everything to us
>in this field.
>
>Having satisfied yourself with those five questions.  An example that I use
>is this
>
>What time is it?
>What Is the Date?
>What show did I watch before this session?
>Two simple mathematical questions.
>
>This little test is important initially because the logical faculties are
>so important, and a lot of people ignore that truth.  They think it's just
>about being a right-brained individual.  That is false, it's both sides of
>the hemispheres working towards waking consciousness that is needed.
>
>Once you establish that you are intent on remaining conscious, the whole
>key now is disarming the naturally occurring states which induce
>unconsciousness in the first place.  Removing fears, doubts, concerns, and
>allowing the body to fall asleep is all important.  If you can "balance"
>mentally as your body falls asleep and not get lost in the hypnotic,
>hypogogic  imagery and start to allow shifts of awareness into altered
>states.  The ride gets really easy.
>We break it into three stages
>
>STAGE ONE :- Pre-sleep, the programming stage
>STAGE TWO:- The shift through hypnogogic imagery/sound and sensations, and
>the            deep sleep of the body.
>STAGE THREE:- The actual release from the body into that state.
>
>Just relax and give a mental INTENT on what exactly it is you are doing.
>
>I have used an INTENT as simple as this:
>INTENT:- I am remaining fully conscious as my body falls asleep.
>
>That simple and it works for me.  But Some people have to pre-program this
>intent a little more to help with certain factors that arise, that is why
>you have to learn what exactly your mind does to "knock" you out!
>
>Using the intent is simple.  You can customize it to deal with fears,
>concerns, and uncomfortable states as the shift occurs.
>You might want to use an intent such as this one.
>
>Say this mentally in your head.
>INTENT:- I am fully conscious and aware of myself as waking consciousness.
>I realize that I can remain fully conscious when my body falls asleep.  As
>my body starts to relax, I will simply allow myself to remain alert and
>aware as to not disturb the natural sleeping pattern of my physical body.
>I will have full conscious ability, full analytical ability and will be
>exactly as I am now, but in other states where I normally go unconsciously
>into sleep.  I have no fear, no worries, no concerns about being conscious
>in these states since I am there unconsciously anyways.  When I am in that
>state, I will run my LOGICAL TEST that I just created for myself to test
>how consciously aware I am.  I will have a clear, detailed conscious memory
>of the experience on waking as I will be there consciously to record it.  I
>am allowing this process to begin now.
>
>A much more larger INTENT but you can see how it may help anchor the
>logical mind into wanting to go into these states for purely curious
>reasons.  There is no suggestions that it will be a lucid dream, and OOBE,
>rather just a natural state you enter unconsciously, however this time you
>will be conscious for it.  This can and does help.
>
>STAGE TWO
>
>This is the fun stage, it's where all the colors, patterns and textures of
>the mind come to life in vivid detail.  Sometimes you skip right through
>it.  But if you don't, while passing through these fields, just remain
>totally calm, very relaxed and allow the changes to come as they do.  Do
>not push back any sounds, colors or images should they manifest.  And if
>you do get sounds, vibrations and images, let them continue knowing it is
>just a natural phenomena entering into these states.  NEVER be alarmed or
>frightened because NOTHING can hurt you.  This is totally safe, I mean, how
>old are you and how many times have you fallen asleep and how many times
>have you woke?  The only difference now is you are consciously aware for
>it.
>That is it.  Consciousness is the only change you made.  Really that
>simple.
>Once the changes occur, you might experience a very tactile shift.  You
>might get violent vibrations that will feel like 10 000 volts of PAINLESS
>electricity passing through your body.  It's no big deal, a lot of people
>experience it.  The reason I feel best explains why is because you changed
>a conscious shift in frequency from a 20 cycle count per second BETA to a
>possible 12-4 cycle count THETA or DELTA.
>
>If you are getting these, just allow them to continue and understand that a
>shift in conscious frequency to a higher frequency might explain the
>tactile illusion of vibration.  Always be calm and relax.  Never let
>anything startle you because the shifts can happen so fast sometimes.
>
>Once your body falls asleep it enters sleep paralysis.  This state has
>scared a few people because you feel trapped and your body doesn't respond
>to your thoughts.
>Well, that's because you are out-of-phase slightly and really it's easy to
>go OOBE if this is the case.  If you are in a state of sleep-paralysis,
>just relax and "mentally" move in a very soft, slow rolling manner to the
>left or right.  And when you roll out, stand at the edge of the bed.  Check
>yourself to see if you are conscious, and run the test.  Then turn back to
>the bed and check to see if your body is there.
>If so, I encourage you to remain calm, analytical and study the state for
>what it is worth.  Touch your non-physical arms, touch your non-physical
>face, then touch your physical body.  You might get some bi-location of
>consciousness so you might feel yourself touching your body as you touch
>it.  That's normal too.  Consciousness can be divided into many parts as I
>have learned.  That is more advanced and I don't teach that for some time.
>
>Then after satisfying that curiosity, explore the room, put your
>non-physical hand through the wall, try to feel the changes.  Push hard if
>there is resistance, or just relax and push soft.  Play with it so you
>learn from it.  And when you awake, write it all down as clearly as you
>remember it.  And repeat the process as much as you like.
>It takes getting used to.  Read the Course on Consciousness Part Four, it's
>on my website www.personal.img.net/iwilson.  I cover this.
>
>> Especially the bit of going out in detail?
>Practice every night before you sleep.  Then wake up after about 5 hours,
>and apply the technique again.  Discipline and practice is all you need.
>The most important thing is document not the STAGE THREE result, rather how
>you got there and what stopped you from getting there.  Only you can
>understand fully what works and doesn't.  you will ultimately customize how
>you go out, as you better understand how you can control your consciousness
>in these unconscious states.  And never be scared, worried or nervous if
>the experience was very intense.  It will be.
>And I warn you, it may change your life forever.  I take no responsibility
>should you start to unlock the secrets of your own mind, and the mind of
>the universe.  That's your responsibility.  Use it responsible if you
>master it.
>
>I hope this help, but practice and application helps even more.  Good luck,
>and let me know if you have any results.  I will help as much as I can.
>
>Cheers,
> Ian
>
>





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