Month: August 2006

Distant touch as a form of psychic exercise

I’m receiving Quantum Touch (QT) newsletter which is being sent one in a while. In this newsletter there are news about Quantum Touch, lots of success stories by people all over the world and also usually some word from Richard Gordon, the author of the book “Quantum Touch” (look at the Bookshelf for my review). This time Richard wrote the following piece: Introducing Distant Kisses – by Richard Gordon One of the big shock/discoveries I had with QT was that Dr. Norman Shealy was able to dramatically measure how distant healing affected brain wave patterns as measured by an EEG. Sure, I had believed and paid lip service to the idea that thoughts were things and had impact, but it truly astonished me to see it in black and white. Here is some new fun you can have with QT. You can send distant kisses or a brush on the cheek, a tug on an ear, or a hand on a shoulder. I had been playing this game with a friend, and she’s been 100% correct in knowing what I am doing. The game goes like this. You say, “Ok, which cheek am I stroking, left or right?” or “Which shoulder am I resting my hand on?” Those who have a good ability to feel energy may be delighted to discover that you are correct 100% of the time....

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Qi gong videos that demostrate the powers of Chi

To continue the subject of interesting videos related to parapsychology, I present you three more videos that demonstrate the abilities possible by practicing Qi Gong (Chi Kung). Qi Gong is the original practice of controlling Chi that originated in ancient China. It is the basis of both the martial arts and of energy healing. Practitioners of Qi Gong learn how to gather Chi and how to control it, move it in the body to any point and make it hard for protection, for example (Hard Qi Gong). There’s also Light Qi Gong (seen on one of the videos) where it is used to lighten the body (for jumps for example). See how the master stands on eggs without breaking them. Two of the videos are from the same source, showing Qi Gong martial artists performing some hard to believe feats with weapons and such. The third shows a Chinese monk “staying” on one finger only, holding his body weight on only the pointing finger of one. Almost unreal. Two of the videos are from the same source, showing Qi Gong martial artists performing some hard to believe feats with weapons and such. The third shows a Chinese monk “staying” on one finger only, holding his body weight on only the pointing finger of one. Almost unreal. Enjoy the videos and comment what you think. Hard QiGong video 1 Hard...

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Healing others by healing yourself

I’ve found an interesting article on a very unusual healing method being successfully practiced by Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len, a therapist in Hawaii. He had healed an entire ward of criminally insane in Hawaii State Hospital, where he had worked for 4 years. He had healed without ever seeing the patients. He had only read their files in his office and then healed the part in him which created them and their illness. This is based on subjective reality, which tells that there’s nothing except you and your consciousness in the world. Everything else is in your mind and you create it. It’s a hard concept to grasp and a strange way to look at the world. I have first heard about subjective reality from Steve Pavlina’s blog. His blog is also where I’ve read about this therapist. Dr. Len healed others (through himself) by speaking to himself “I’m sorry” and “I love you”. These things are hard to believe but they sound very similar to one aspect of informational therapy which I now study. One aspect of healing of this method is healing other people’s bad moods and behavior. The infotherapy’s way of doing that is hearing the man’s problem, note how you feel as you worry about him and then applying the infotherapy healing on “your feelings”. When you get rid of your bad feelings, then you...

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Feeling other people’s pain – a reader submission

Several days ago I received an email from a woman, Jackie, who described her experience with feeling where other people have pain or illness when she glides her hand around the person. Her abilities are natural to her, not developed, and she has a lot of questions, since she never learned about this. Read her story and my reply to her. I hope you find it interesting and inspiring. If you have some personal stories please share them. Here it is: If I scan my hands about 2 or 3 inches over a persons body I can feel if they have pain or even illness. I can feel the intensity of any pain. If my hand feels like it’s going to burn up then I deduce that the person has a tremendous amount of pain in that area. I can tell the shape and depth of the area. If the person is ill and isn’t aware, I usually get goose bumps, and feel nervous, and afraid when that happens. I start to feel ill myself. My first instinct is to leave or at least stand away from that particular person. I feel that I can’t handle news like that especially if it’s a friend or even a distant acquaintance. If the person is a friend and this feeling overtakes me just to stand next to that person I then...

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Exercises to develop ESP ability – part 3

This time I want to present a more challenging (as promised) exercise for developing tactile extra sensory perception (ESP) abilities. In part 1 of the series I urged you to sense the edge of a table surface with your hand hovering above it. In part 2 we advanced to feeling the fingers of your hand with another hand or maybe even with another part of your body. Exercise 4, presented here, is even harder since it requires sensing more subtle physical changes. I want you to try to somewhat feel a drawing on a paper. It might be hard to believe but it’s possible to sense what’s on the paper in a similar manner as the edge of the table. The actual sensation can be more subtle but with a high contrast drawing it is achievable. I have prepared a sample page in PDF format for you to print. The link appears below the exercise. Print it on a laser printer (inkjet will eat much of blank ink). On the page I drew 2 sets of patterns of dots. First one is black dots on white background. The second is white dots on black background. You could prepare similar drawing yourself even by drawing with a pen on a paper. Ok, so let’s do the exercise 4: Put the printed paper on a table before you. Rub your palms...

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