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by David at 3:44 AM
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I used to be paranoid. I used to live my life in fear. I used to think I was being watched, 24-7. I felt guilty, for something I did not even do. I don't know what it was, but, there were moments in my past where I felt as if I was the center of the universe. I know this sounds very self-centered and egotistical, but have you ever experienced a synchronicity? A synchronicity is when two events share a common element of synchronicity. It's self evident, and the only way I can explain it is with the following story.

I used to be in a jazz combo during my time in college. One of my good friends, Joe, who played the bass, asked me to be in his band that played regularly at clubs, restaurants, and social gatherings. I was in this band for several months, until the semester was over and I left to another University. Months passed by with no communication with Joe. One regular day, I happened to start thinking about him. I missed the times we spent together. At this moment, my phone starts ringing, and it's Joe on the other end! I was shocked and speechless. How in the world did this happen? Joe was looking for a saxophone player for an upcoming gig and called me to ask if I was available.

This experience happened 4 years ago and it still amazes me to this day. But do you want to know what's weird? This is not just one isolated experience. Sure, you could say this was merely coincidence, but, is it coincidence if this type of experience happens over, and over, and over again? I don't think so. Something else is happening here.

The synchronicity is just the tip of the ice berg. There comes a point where all experience is transformed into its upper form, or evolves. What I am trying to say is that we keep on experiencing the same experiences in different expressions until we learn that which we are supposed to learn. The concept of a school is an archetype, and we are currently, well at least the young ones, are attending school. It's the universe's way of teaching us more about it, the nature of reality, and the roles that we play while inhabiting this flesh suit.

For decades, we have been hearing the idea of a shift, or a new age. That new paradigm is here already. If you are an average human being with a capable mind, you should already know that the world has changed. The old world is gone, and the new world has replaced it.

We have left behind old habits that interfere with the new world. In this new world, we instantly feel the effects of our thoughts, most importantly, our emotions. Our emotions are the headlights on the vehicle we are currently passengers on. They light the way. If we are sad, we will find a way to be happy. If we are happy, the universe will remind us that we can be sad. We have a choice. How do you want to feel? When you look in the mirror, what qualities do you see? The physical world is a representation of the upper, spiritual world. The spiritual world does not have to be something abstract that takes years to understand. Simply, the spiritual world is our inner feeling states. We try to do things in the physical world, to try to change the attitude of the world above, but it does not work this way, because one can do the same thing twice, and feel completely different each time. Rather, how we feel dictates and directs the physical world.
by David at 4:04 PM
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The Doctor wrote me a prescription. A prescription is a program that is run prior to the script. Meaning, that there are options, or you could say, settings, that one is able to configure by using the authoritative authority, who have the authority, which is above the perception and will of the observer. Meaning, that the authority of the territory, the land, the city, will help the citizens rise and ascend. To where one might ask? Where is one going? I was born on 1990, March, 30th. It is now 2014, October, the 23rd. I am 24 years old. At this age, well, to me, one should start figuring it out. Figuring out what this is all for, where it is heading, what his or her purpose is. At this age, one needs to be very clean. Cleanliness is next to Godliness. To be clean, pure, is the goal. To achieve a better condition. To progress forwards towards a better standard of living. To always remember being clean. To always wake up and feel energized to go about the day. What is one's purpose? Purposes can change, and they are always changing. What then, is worth to be purposeful? Goodness. Health. Wellness. To be awake, alive, and happy. Anything and everything that goes contrary to this ideal, needs to be removed immediately. The homeless, the poverty, the stench of dirtiness, the unconscious living of life without the care for others, needs to be removed.

And who else, but the government. They are the ones who control the system. But they, are us. We allow the government to exist. Local, State, Federal, and now, International authorities have the obligation to elevate Earth to a higher standard of living. Can you imagine what a civilization would say about us if they were to make contact with us? They would get mad at us. They would tell us that we are doing it wrong, and that if even 1 person in the entire planet is neglected, then the entire system suffers, on all levels. Everyone is obligated to help in the best way they can. Everyone has already a way to make the world a much better place, even if it's as simple as picking up a can on the sidewalk someone carelessly threw out. It starts with us. We the people have the power to change this. We, all of us, we're in this together. We know better. We are not animals. We are not idiots. We are not fools. We know what is right, we know what to do, and we will stop at nothing until abundance and prosperity exists everywhere. A surplus in all nations. Peace among all people. Conflict quickly eradicated through apology and empathy. Laughter, happiness, joy, everywhere. To live a life blessed by everyone, for everyone.
by Luminis at 12:11 PM
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Hi, it´s me again. This part was reeealy long (precisely 2400 words, and nobody would read something that long) so I cut it and tried to explain it in shorter version in my own words, so there might be something that may not appear right. If that´s so, please tell it to me. There may be some grammar mistakes.

For those new to this serial and interested:

Part 1:

Part 2:

Part 3:

Part 4:

Part 5:

Step 6: Dream Awareness and Reality Checks

So, basically all the text said was, that you need to train your awake attention. Try to be aware whole day, paying attention to everything that happens around you. Daydreaming and planning is fine, but what is not fine is when you don´t realize that you slipped from awareness into daydreaming. You know how for example you are in a car with the radio turned on, and suddenly you realize that you have no idea what was that guy talking about for the past few minutes, because you weren´t paying attention and completely didn´t realized it. You have to break that habit. If you learn to be aware while awake, you´ll quickly learn how to be aware when dreaming. It´s called being aware of your awareness. Concentration meditation helps a lot. I´m not going to explain how to meditate and if you don´t know how, search this site, there are plenty of good threads. It´s proven that people who practice meditation have more LDs and remember more of their regular dreams.

The next thing you´ll need to learn are reality checks (RCs). You have to repeat RCs throughout the entire day. This way, your subconscious will pick up the habit and you´ll do the reality check in your dream and realize that something is not how it should be. Pinching yourself, although one of the most known RCs, doesn´t actually work, because you can feel pain even in the dream. (Usually. It more works like you pinch yourself, you feel nothing but your brain convinces you that you felt it. But I´ve been shot several times in my dream, I´ve even had my stomach rinsed with acid and I felt nothing).

Here is a list of the most effective reality checks. (I have tested most of them, they really do work):

1. Test of Common Sense: This is the first and most common test. Observe your surroundings if you´ll see anything that logically shouldn´t be there. Ask yourself if this could happen in your real life. Search for contradictions. Are you somewhere you´ve never been to? Are you with people that live on the other side ot the Earth? Do you have an elephant in your kitchen? If yes, you are probably dreaming.

2. The Reading Test: One of the most reliable tests. Just look around you and find something to read. Read it, then look away and then read it again. If you are dreaming, the letters or numbers will change if you try it few times. It can be mangled, it can change completely or it will change the moment you are reading it. Everything that has some letters will work – a book, sign boards, address. A lot of people use numbers on their digital clock.

3. The Levitation/Flying Test: Another effective test. See if you are able to fly (note that this is not really good idea to try when awake). If you can´t fly, try levitating or slowly sliding above the ground. When you´ll have more LD experiences, this test may become your favorite (it sure is mine favorite). The downside of this test is that even if you can´t fly, you can still be dreaming. You can use this test along the others.

4. The Light Switch Test: Usually quite dependable test. Find a light switch and switch the light on and off. If it´s not working, there is a chance that you are dreaming. Try it a few times and closely observe when the light is switched on and off. If you are dreaming, the light usually doesn´t work for a while or will be switched on when the switch is in the off position and otherwise.

5. The Memory Test: Very useful, but almost unknown method. Simply go through your memory to the past, where have you been and what you were doing. Do as far as you can, and you´ll possibly find some contradictions. You can also find out that you have some block, like amnesia that blocks you from remembering. Then you will almost certainly know that you are in a dream (or that you went crazy. Those who saw Inception, it´s true. You can´t remember the beginning of a dream (unless you are invoking LD-I will talk about it later), you just got there, knew everything and started doing something).

6: The Mirror Test: Not very dependable, but it usually leads to interesting experience. Find a mirror and look at yourself, and ask yourself if you are dreaming. You can be surprised by what you see. Maybe you´ll look younger or older, you will have different hairstyle or you´ll look completely differently. (Frankly, I never did it, but it´s on my To Do List).

7. Test of Self-Observation: Another very useful test. Just closely look at your body. Inspect your hands, torso, legs, clothes. You usually instantly find out that you are dreaming because something is different with your body. Sometimes happens that even looking at your body will cause LD (and it´s also one of the techniques that will help you to stay in your dream once you go lucid).

8. The Phasing Test: Not the most dependable method, but can help. Try phasing your fingers through something solid, like wall, the doors or glass. You might not be successful, but later this can expand your ability to influence your dreams through your will.

9. The Gravity Test: Quite dependable test. Find something you can throw into the air and catch safely. Try throwing it a bit. Maybe you´ll find out that the object doesn´t act according to laws of physics. You can also try influencing the object with your will.

10. The Underwater Test: (My own creation). 95% of the time happens to me that I can breathe underwater. I just know I can do it. But this is nothing to be tested while awake, unless you are very skilled in hydrokinesis/aerokinesis. Please don´t try to breathe in water while awake, you´ll most likely drown. If you do, I don´t take any responsibility.

11: Questions for ´dream people´: This isn´t the best test when awake, but can be useful sometimes. If you try asking a real person if you are in a dream, he will most likely call you crazy, but it´s different in the dreams. Usually, the dream people deny that it´s a dream, but in a way you will certainly know that it is (I never experienced this, so I can´t give examples). They will never call you crazy, sometimes they even don´t understand what are you asking or will completely overlook you. Rarely they will even admit that it is a dream. Mostly, this will be another bizarre experience.

As I said earlier, the reality checks you be executed regularly during the entire day. The more they become your daily routine, the earlier they will appear in your dream. If we should choose three key words describing what you need to achieve your ability to go lucid, it would be awareness, awareness and awareness once more. Working on your awareness will have direct effect on your dreams. Once you´ll be more experienced in LD, you´ll find out that awareness combined with intent will be your ticket to the world of dreams.
by Though at 8:12 PM
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Wanted to share something I learned on my journey to improve my telekinesis. Specifically with meditation.

Meditation is something you have to do. No exception. If you're not doing well in the field of telekinesis or energy control it's probably because you're not mediating well enough or at all.

  • If you find a technique online that you don't understand just ignore it
    • Don't stress yourself with learning someone else's technique, it will cause distress and self blame if it doesn't work for you.
  • Know when to meditate
    • Being emotional, being in physical pain, being stress..etc. All things that might hinder a meditation session
  • Focusing is not the same as thinking
    • In my opinion anyway
  • Don't trust everything you read. Find the answers yourself
    • Even this post is not exempt from this rule :)
  • Have patience
    • Ya you've heard this only 1 million times. Yes it's annoying, but you have to deal without. muscles don't grow themselves.

No Nonsense Meditation Technique
  • Usual stuff
    • Find a quiet spot and make sure read my second bullet under tips
  • Close your eyes
    • Self explanatory
  • Just stare and don't open your eyes

That's it.Yes it's that simple. No special visualization or differently levels

Last tip
  • Emptying the mind and thinking of nothing

Best advice I can give is don't try to think of nothing when meditating. What I mean by this is that trying to think of nothing often leads people to frustration because it can be pretty hard with this nonstop world of ours to stop.When you meditate keep thinking. This may sound counter intuitive but forcing yourself to go "blank" just doesn't work for some.

Rather than trying to think about nothing, focus on nothing. After awhile you wont even notice your thoughts.

Hope this helps someone