Month: March 2006

Dowsing (biolocation)

The subject of dowsing is both interesting and controversial. But first the formal definition: Dowsing – technique for searching for underground water, minerals, or anything invisible, by observing the motion of a pointer (traditionally a forked stick, now often paired bent wires) or the changes in direction of a pendulum, supposedly in response to unseen influences (Mac OS X supplied dictionary) We’ve all heard stories about people looking for water using this technique for thousands of years. Recently, a story was published in the Tasmanian News about a dowser who has successfully found a subterranean river which people have tried to find for two centuries now. He has found it using “two copper-coated stool rods and a great deal of patience”. Read the original article for more information on this event. My interest in dowsing is more esoteric. I know that dowsing can be used for much more than finding water or minerals under the ground. Dowsing techniques can be used to detect energy fields and to influence it. It can also be used to ‘gain access’ to the Universal Mind and ‘fetch’ information from it. An L-type rod can be used for that. The rod rotates clockwise or counterclockwise. One is ‘yes‘ and the other is ‘no‘. Which is which individual. Then you can ask questions and get answers. This is not as easy as it sounds but...

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Personal experience with feeling energy with hands

I want to describe some personal experience I’ve had in the last week regarding feeling energy with the hands and some high sensitivity. In the weekend I’ve met with my friends. They are a couple and the girl finishes her study of chinese medicine. In addition to the lessons she also takes Qi-Gong classes. In the Qi-Gong she learns to collect energy and to feel it, among other things. I’ve told them about the exercise which I explained in the article "Developing ESP – First steps". She’s got interested, since she hadn’t done much experimenting with the abilities that it may provide. On our previous meeting we could clearly sense each other’s energy fields. I could feel the biofield around her from a distance of about a foot, while she could tell me when I entered her field. We could feel it almost simultaneously. It was pretty amazing. So, this time I’ve decided to do some more experiments with her. After we’ve met, we first performed several exercises to increase our energy flow, since we were a bit cold. We’ve done the 1 minute exercises which I’ve explained to her and did some work with feeling the energy between the palms of the hands, under her instructions. Than the three of us set around a wooden table. We’ve started the experiments with trying to feel the edge of the...

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Can psychic skills be developed?

In today’s post Erin Pavlina has answered the question which she gets asked a lot: "Can anyone be psychic?". Her answer is that yes, anyone can. But it requires spiritual growth and being positive and helpful to others as a goal. I wanted to complement Erin’s answer with my thoughts and experience with this subject. First, I believe that Erin is right about the fact that anyone can be psychic. The fact is that most people don’t believe it or don’t want it at all in the first place. They are too busy living their own lives, difficult enough without all the added pressure or trying to grow spiritually. It’s just not on their priority list. Second, I totally agree that whoever was not born with the abilities but wants to develop them, a great deal of determination and a lot learning and practice is the way to go. Read books but practice what’s in the books. My advice though, is if you can afford it, take courses and workshops on the subjects. There are lots of classes that could be taken, especially in the field of healing. There are myriad of courses being taught on these subjects. In my waiting list right now there are 3 courses that I plan to take in the coming months. Taking courses brings several benefits: The atmosphere usually gets you in the...

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Experimenting with the Aikido Ki tricks

In the weekend I’ve had some of my friends trying with me two of the Aikido Ki tricks. I must say that I’ve seen surprisingly positive results with me and with my friends. The tricks we did were the ‘Finger Ring‘ and ‘Unbendable Arm‘. Doing the exercises was a lot of social fun, so I suggest you doing them, if you have similar minded friends around you. I first tried the Finger Ring exercise as I thought it to be simpler. In this exercise you attempt to hold you thumb and pointing finger together in a loop, while you friend tries to open the "loop". At first, I tried using simple force. Of course, my friend could open it without much resistance. Next, I tried to imagine that my fingers are indeed a whole ring and relaxed my fingers completely… To my total disappointment, the fingers were separated with a much lighter force. But instead of getting totally frustrated and drop it once and for all, I’ve decided to give it another try. This time, though, I haven’t relaxed the fingers as much but kept the image of whole ring stronger in my head and applying it to the fingers. The result was that my hold of the ring was stronger when I was using only brute force. So, I’ve got very encouraged of the fast results, after all....

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The nepalese meditating ‘Buddha’ boy has disappeared (updated)

Latest news about the meditating boy in Nepal are that he has disappeared. The boy has been meditating for about 10 months now, supposedly without eating or even drinking. Now updated – video shots after the disappearance He was last seen on Friday. His clothes were reported to be found near the tree. It is possible that he was kidnapped by the Maoist or other armed groups. I’ll continue to look for more information on the now missing boy. It will be very unfortunate if he’ll never be found and we won’t know the truth about his meditation: if it was really as said or it was just another hoax. Update: According to a BBC article, local committee that manages the meditation site has released a video of the boy that was shot several days after the boy got missing. Here’s an excerpt from the BBC article The chairman of the Om Namo Buddha Tapaswi Sewa Samiti (ONBTSS), Bed Bahadur Lama, told reporters that he and his colleagues had met Bomjan about 3km (2 miles) south-west of his meditation site in Bara district on Sunday. He said Bomjan had spoken to them for half an hour. “He said he would reappear after six years. He has asked monks to perform prayers in the meditation spot,” Mr Lama told reporters. “I left because there is no peace here… Tell my...

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