Comments on Concentration Exercises
Please excuse my ignorance but do we continue with the 15min time and not start again also the wishful dream bit seems a bit vague please explain a bit and do we then move on to analytical meditation instead of keeping it at unwanted thought suppression. Thankyou
--Anon 01:07, 13 May 2010 (BST)
It's easy for Billy since he have this pyramd with a device. Any tips how to boost meditation? Have you heard about "holosync" ? Can you ask Billy if it helping?
--Tom 01:23, 15 June 2010 (BST)
As one becomes more "adapted" and evolved, there is no need to start over again, since evolution is a progressive endeavor. Furthermore, this technique is not "thought suppression", but rather meditation is a state of being where ALL senses are "acknowledged", in order for the higher senses to develop "their" full potentials at higher frequencies. That is the progressive nature of evolution.
"wishful dream" is to establish a stronger link between your Conscious and Sub-Conscious, where as the S.C. "controls" your future activities. Thus, one's goals (legit and humane) can be achieved through meditation which is a logical discipline between your Being, the Conscious and Subconscious.
Analytical meditation is not a proper concept for it violates the "goal" of meditation, which is to become "aware" of one's very Being, to calm the chaos of one's senses, including the thinking processes as well.
One can "analyze" their dreams, the ether state or other dimensions, because in these realms, there are logical as well as illogical connections depending on the condition of one's psyche.
A pyramid is a device that "filters" or screens out unwanted influences and I assume the enhancement crystal was removed by the Plejaren. There are dangers of trying to "boost" fine energies if one is not evolved enough to engage in such activities without the safe guards in place to avoid feedback or other unwarranted results.
--Hawaiian 02:35, 15 June 2010 (BST)
Have you all seen that movie Coneheads, I was thinking of a huge pyramid on our heads so we have instant access to the world of meditation. Don't wear this around everywhere or they might think your weird. :) I think we need some special materials like aluminum or something like that for maximum reception. It's like ATT Uverse, we are so advanced on Earth without electronics.
--Mark 06:10, 15 June 2010 (BST)
See Contact Note 249 (attached) for more details on pyramids, copper is best while others made of other materials can be dangerous and harmful.
Well then, here's something regarding the pyramids: Someone who sells pyramids telephoned me recently. Of course I did not give him any details because of his line of work. But I also did not provide any details because pyramids are not as harmless as people on Earth generally think. It is a fact that copper is the only material which must be used for the meditation pyramids, because copper is capable of conducting electric energy, and does not generate those forces inside the pyramid that are dangerous, possibly even fatal, to human beings the way non-conductive materials do. Pyramids made from non-conductive material such as stone, man-made materials, glass, crystal and similar ones, all have a propensity within their interior that causes, at the correct location, cell tissue and other things to mummify and utensil cutting blades to change; living beings are killed by powerful forces that collect at the correct point due to the pyramid's shape. These powerful forces influence, change or kill anything located there. This does not happen with a conductive copper pyramid though. Depending on certain conditions, such as measurements, antenna and elevation, etc., some totally different, energizing forces develop within a copper pyramid. These forces then deflect the oscillations that strike the pyramid from the outside and develop into fatal forces. In order for this to happen, though, the copper pyramid must be completely enclosed and secured all the way around. For some time now a pyramid boom has been occurring in many countries and many types and sizes of pyramids are sold commercially. Isn't there a risk that dangerous things could result?
The things you mention have taken place for many years, so they are not just now beginning to occur. However, all the people who are, or were, harmed by such pyramids are not currently, nor will they ever be, aware that their ailments were caused by pyramids made from non-conductive materials.
Pyramids are truly not as harmless as people on Earth assume.
--Hawaiian 22:42, 15 June 2010 (BST)
Could you give an example of a "wishful dream" please? I also do not understand "...one that can be realized during those 15 minutes". Someone please explain. Thanks.
--Epicn2l 02:41, 1 August 2011 (BST)
"Wishful dream" in the waking or dreaming state, may I ask? There is quite a difference, but I assume you mean in the "15 minutes" of meditation, therefore an example is given for which at a time your meditation will harmonize one's psyche into a state of balance where more evolved attributes like innate compassion will be triggered towards less fortunate events that are either connected to one's past or current connections while still in the material conscious or related to future events stored in the Subconscious.
For example in this state of being (meditation) one may endeavor or have certain feelings, urges or the "wish" to make things right, "it" will not be a direct vision for that violates free will, but will depend on one's current state of psyche be it slightly positive and balanced or unfortunately the opposite, so yes "wishful dreaming" can be either helpful or harmful.
Too bad we don't have a technology that can provide feedback on the condition of one's psyche during meditation, something in the order of displaying the color auras instead of EKG or brain wave charting. Best to keep on meditating until your time and effort matures into the awareness that will bear fruit for the answers you seek.
--Hawaiian 00:30, 2 August 2011 (BST)