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Develop Your Psychic Skills gives you a broad overview of the whole field of psychic experiences. The exercises and practices given in this book are enjoyable and easy to do. Use them to strengthen and focus your own natural abilities and turn them into precise, coordinated skills. You'll be amazed at the changed that begin to happen in your life as you activate the right hemisphere of your brain; the intuitive, creative, psychic half which has been so seldom used for so long. Convert currency. Add to Basket.

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Develop Your Psychic Skills. It is in altered states of consciousness that we perform psychic skills. The more flexibility you have in changing the states, the easier it will be to perfect whatever psychic skill you desire. The more you can control your consciousness, the more you can control your life.

These exercises will help you suspend your beliefs about things and sharpen y our observation skills. We see more when we suspend judgment about what we see and simply observe. Early in life, I was indoctrinated to perceive flies around the house as a nuisance, or worse, carriers of germs.

I never read any scientific descriptions of flies and their usefulness in nature, so I kept a one-sided view of flies which had been given me by others. After reading the book, Ki nship with all Life by F. Allen Boone, I decided to experiment. One day in my apartment I spotted one lone tiny fly flitting around my living room. I closed my eyes and willed the fly to come closer, to land on my hand. Presently it did light on the back of my hand.

I suspended all previous notions I had held a bout flies and just experienced that fly, walking around on my skin. Its tiny, fragile quality struck me as a new idea, and I transmitted my new-found feelings of friendliness to the fly. Later, lying in bed in the dark, waiting for sleep to come, I heard a loud buzzing from my friend fly as it swooped in the air above my f ace.

My first reaction wa s annoyance, but I quickly shifted to my new point of view and listened to the sound as if I had never heard it before. It was another delightful experience as I listened without judging, without condemnation, without preconceived opinions. Can you imagine hearing the buzz of a fly as music to your ears? Well, it was just that to me, and I felt quite sad when he sound stopped.

As I drifted off into a pleasant slumber, I pondered the meaning of my experience. What I had done was really very simple. I had simply shifted my point of view. You can do that too, at any time and about anything you want.

Getting Ready Chapter 3 It is a lot easier to learn something if your approach is systematic rather than haphazard. This chapter deals with basic skills necessary for a syst ematic approach. It is important that y ou do each exercise in the manner described. These exercises prepare you for what follows, and it is important not to rush.

We all have our own psychological rhythm, the way we experience the universe. Adjust the exercises to suit your rhythm, not the other way around.

Awaken Your Psychic Centers. Sit erect in a straight backed chair in a place where you will not be disturbed. Using your right hand, place the forefinger directly on the center of your forehead about one inch above the bridge of your nose. Then pl ace your thumb on the right side of your nose near the right eye and your middle finger on the left side, almost as if you were grasping the upper part of your nose between your thumb and third finger. Maintain this position as you take a deep breath and hold it for the count of ten.

As you do, feel the energy running down your right arm, up into your hand and down your index finger into your head. Then exhale. Repeat the exercise five times without moving your hand.

Since our. The following exercises are designed to help you rid your body of tension and to aid you in obtaining a state of relaxation. But if you do not learn the art of relaxation, it will be. Exercise 1: Relaxation Solo or Group Stand up straight and raise your arms over your head, hands pointing to the ceiling.

Tense every muscle as much as you can and then as you lower your arms, relax completely. Note which muscles remain tense. Repeat the exercise until the muscles lose their tension. Exercise 2: Relaxation Solo or Group Be sure you are wearing loose-fitting clothes. Sit in a comfortable chai r. Place your feet on the floor and your arms on the arms of the chair, if there are no arms, rest your hands in your lap.

Do not cross your arms or legs. This inhibits the flow of energy. Starting at the top of your head and working to the bottom of your feet, instruct each part of your body to relax in turn.

All tension is disappearing, leaving my scalp free and light. I feel my head relax, all the tension is leaving my forehead, leaving it peaceful and alert.

I feel my eyes relax, my eyelids relax, my eyebrows relax. All of the tension is gone. I am energized and refreshed.

By the time you reach your ankles, what little tension is left can be directed out through the soles of your feet. Do this exercise slowly, with a gentle, almost monotonous tone of voice. The pace itself will relax you. Proper breathing is important to relaxation. Tense people take shallow breaths; those who are relaxed breathe deeply. The oxygen you breathe carries energy to all parts of your body, and carbon dioxide carries waste products away.

Tension results from a build-up of waste products. Proper breathing begins with the diaphragm, a muscle beneath the lungs, which contracts to push air out and expands to let air in. Learn to use your diaphragm properly and your breathing will aid relaxation.

Exercise 1: Breathing Solo or Group Place your hands on the sides of your waist, fingers in front, thumb in back. Get a good grip. You might even push in a little on your waist. Inhale deeply and as you do, try to push your hands away from each other with your diaphragm. The diaphragm curves upward, with the lower ends where your waist is and the tip under your lungs.

As you expand the ends, the top flattens. This happens because you are expanding the lungs and they push downward. As you exhale, feel y our waist go in. It may take a little while to get the hang of it. So do it slowly, and as you do, imagine you are inhaling relaxed energy and exhaling nervous tension. Exercise 2: Breathing Solo or Group One you have mastered diaphragmatic breathing, add to it the element of sound. When you exhale, moan, with your mouth open.

The deeper the sound, the mo re tension you release. You will notice the sound gets deeper of its own accord. The te nsion you experience in your muscles is induced by your own mind. By using sound, you focus your attention within your body rather than in your mind.

Exercise 3: Breathing Solo or Group Place your finger aside of your nose just like Santa Clause and, closing off the right nostril, inhale through the left. Close both nostrils, and hold your breath. Then, keeping the left nostril closed, exhale through the right. As you do this exercise, count.

Hold your breath four times longer than it took to inhale, and take twice as much time to exhale as to inhale. The slower you can do it, the more effective the exercise will be. Focused Attention. The most important skill for psychic development is the ability to focus attention.

When we pay full attention to a conversation or an activity, one hundred pe rcent of us is involved. We let things distract us. How often have you thought you were listening to someone speak, only to realize that all the while you were thinking about wh at you were going to say next, and have no idea what. All of us have been guilty of this at one time or another, so we have to train ourselves to pay attention.

Focusing our attention simply requires a desire to do so. Focusing should not be an effort, something we try to do. It should be an awareness, so mething we want to do. Focusing does not take effort. In fact, effort gets in the way. Exercise 1: Focusing Attention Solo Relax in a comfortable position and close your eyes.

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