You know how Ross and I love to learn and grow and develop.
Last weekend we travelled to Sydney to complete the 4 day immersion into The Silva Mind Control Method.
I was surprised and fascinated at how many people backed away from me a little, when I mentioned what we were studying.
“Who’s mind control?” they would ask.
Smiling, I replied, “My mind. I can’t control your mind, nor would I want to.”
The Silva Method was developed by Jose Silva back in the 1940’s and he began teaching in the mid 1960’s. Since then, millions of people, ordinary people, business people, medical people, academic people have graduated.
Don’t be frightened by the words, “mind control”. This isn’t something out of a fictional sci-fi movie.
Mind control is about controlling our thoughts. It’s about paying attention to the words we say.
It’s about creating the life we want to create.
It includes learning about energy and how everything is connected. It’s about understanding the various frequencies of our brainwaves and how best to use them: Beta, Alpha, Theta and Delta.
One fascinating study we watched on video demonstrated what Cleve Backster calls “Primary Perception” or the connection between all living things. He conducted an experiment where he observed a plant’s response to the death of a brine shrimp in another room through the use of a polygraph.
His results convinced him that plants demonstrated telepathic awareness. He argued that plants perceived human intentions, and as he began to investigate further, he also reported finding that other human thoughts and emotions caused reactions in plants, which could be recorded by a polygraph instrument.
There have been mixed reactions to Backster’s claims, however during the weekend, we developed our own intuitive processes to be able to find answers to questions and challenges we have.
This might sound a bit “woo woo” to you, however Ross and I believe this is knowledge that all of us can benefit from.
Another comment from the facilitator that also helped me to further understand the difference between conscious manifestation and surrendering to life is what she called “the paradox of universal laws”. Universal laws seem to exhibit paradoxes, where for example, we can manifest and create what we want and at the same time also acknowledge and accept that at times we need to surrender.
So, what’s the point of this week’s thought?
To open your mind and awareness. To encourage you to think outside the box. To cheer you on as you create and manifest the life, business, career, health, relationships and abundance that you desire.
I’m off now to relax and go deep into the alpha state where possibilities become manifest.
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