Regarding that post, I asked Stingray several questions, that he asked me to post separately, and here I go:
Firstly, I readily agree that it's better to live our lives as happy as we can, instead of trying to live the life of others, but I got really intrigued by this answer and I wanted to know certain things...
1) How can you 'feel' as that person if noone knows for sure what a person is really like?
2) If I undersand this right, you can 'physically' step into the image of that person or just do it in your imagination depending on the case?
3) Can you use this technique with someone who doesn't like you very well so they can change their behaviour a little? What about modifying a persons everlasting negativity respect events in life? (Persons that are always seeing the glass 'half empty'?
4) Do you need some special powers to achieve this, or maybe a lot of practice to get it right, or anyone can do it?
5) How/in what moment do you know you are really inside that person, feeling as this person does?
Apologies for showing up as being so skeptical. I am just a curious person. :P
Thanks a lot!!
It is your intention that counts. If it is your intention to become a vibrational match to that person, your consciousness will go there even if you don't know what being that person feels like.
One of the great "untold" secrets with this method is that adding interactive physicality to an imagined situation gives that visualization considerably more power than just sitting back and seeing it in a distant, disconnected fashion.
Many Magick-type rituals involve this idea of interacting physically with imaginary symbols/situations to enhance the focus/power associated with the ritual, and therefore the effectiveness of them.
So while it is certainly possible to interact only in your imagination with the image of the other person, by treating it instead as a real, living thing, you add much more power to the process. If you are not able to physically move because of the situation you are in at the time then even a slight shift in your chair, for example, will give you enough feeling of physicality to have an enhanced effect. In your mind, you can imagine yourself stepping into the other person as you do this slight shifting.
Yes, you can do this...if they are open to changing. And, not only that, if another is in poor health (mentally or physically), then (regardless of their physical location) you can aid them considerably by becoming them and drawing energy and strength to yourself (as them).
Even if you don't know what they look like, you can still step into a general impression of who they are...remember, it's your intention that counts. Used this way, it's a form of absent healing...though the results can sometimes be not as you expect.
These are all natural abilities that we all possess but which, for various reasons, many either do not wish to know about, or do not wish you to know about :)
Surprisingly, all it takes is practice...and that's something that many people don't want to do. Most people will accept that it takes years of practice to play a musical instrument well, but they want skills like these to come instantly. And then they use their own failures (due to lack of practice) to justify to others why these processes don't work :)
Despite what I might have implied earlier, I must confess that I actually still use this process quite a bit on the freeways when driving - though that's about all really.
Usually, if someone is blocking the lane ahead of me and travelling at a much slower speed, and refusing to move out of the way, I just "log into" the driver (because it is such an instant type of thing) and give them the thought that they should pull into the slower-moving lane. Probably about 70-80% of the time, they pull over into the other lane within a minute.
I find road traffic an excellent place to practice manifesting/influencing skills because many people who are driving are in a relaxed receptive state, not particularly focused on anything, and so it's relatively easy to implant thoughts.
You just know. I can only describe it, for me, as being a kind of lifting or tingling sensation. You'll know what I mean if you try it and are successful. Others might feel it differently.
Hope that answers your questions.
answered 02 Nov '10, 18:02
I am so sorry I didn't see this post back when it was asked, a couple of years ago.
I use this technique all of the time. But not to manipulate anyone, rather to know "where they are coming from" and "how they feel about a matter" in order to see how we can reach a middle ground. I used this with business contacts years ago to make issues at work much easier and smoother.
It really does work, and nothing physical is required on my part...it is all done in my mind. Once you get experienced with it, it can be done with your eyes closed in just a few moments. I believe I learned this while going through the degrees of my Astara studies.
Now that I am semi-retired, I use it in my personal life to smooth over relationships. It helps me a lot, and the other person as well, to know how they are feeling. I am naturally empathic and perhaps that is why it works so easily and well for me.
Can you use it with someone who doesn't like you very well? Yes. And it does help. While you are with them, keep sending love to him/her. If you feel a lot of resistance on their part simply come back to him/her and try again another time. Don't force it. And it can happen (very rarely) that they are not open to you at all and never will be. I have only had that happen once in many years though.
Can you use it with strangers? I have had limited success with this. It is hard to match the vibrations of a person you barely know, but if they are open, it can sometimes work. Perhaps others are better at this than I am.
If later on, you still feel that person with you, you might want to imagine a sort of string or ribbon connecting the two of you and then cut that. Otherwise, their thoughts and emotions may impinge on yours at an unwanted time. If you do want to continue feeling their thoughts or emotions you can leave the connection open so to speak.
answered 20 Jan '13, 10:05
14. Telepathy, or thought transference, has received considerable attention, but as it requires a negative mental state on the part of the receiver, the practice is harmful. A thought may be sent with the intention of hearing or seeing, but it will bring the penalty attached to the inversion of the principle involved.
15. In many instances, hypnotism is positively dangerous to the subject as well as the operator. No one familiar with the laws governing in the mental world would think of attempting to dominate the will of another, for by so doing, he will gradually (but surely) divest himself of his own power.
Master Key System - Charles F. Haanel - Part 12
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