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EXERCISES






CONCENTRATION



The object of concentration exercise can be anything. A coin, a stamp, a flower, or a quartz crystal are all good. Each of those have enough detail to help keep your mind focused, but are not so complex as to lead you away from the purpose of the exercises. Using a flower bud or a crystal will have a tendency to develop your clairvoyant abilities.

In the beginning its best to find a quiet place where you can be undisturbed. You might find it useful to use earplugs. After a while this will be unnecessary.

Don't demand too much of yourself in the beginning. Start with exercises lasting one minute or less, but do them regularly and correctly.

Gradually increase the duration of the exercise by an additional minute per day. Gradually increase duration until you can do the exercise for at least 15 minutes. As time goes on gradually increase the duration of the exercise until you can do it for an hour or more.

Your body relaxation must be complete, except for the muscles which hold your your body in the appropriate position. Make an effort to relax every muscle before starting the exercises. The rule is that your body should be relaxed, and your mind intensively active.



SPECIFIC EXERCISES



1.CONCENTRATION ON A SIMPLE OBJECT: Select your object. Relax, and make the decision that you will concentrate for your selected period of time on that object.

Now start thinking about it. Think about it's shape, color, material that it is made from, and so forth. If your mind wanders gently bring it back. Try to memorize it's form. Then close your eyes and try to visualize it. If you can't visualize it and at first you probably won't be able to, open your eyes and try to memorize it's form again. Then close your eyes and try to visualize it again. Repeat this process until the time for the exercise has expired.


2. Do the same exercise as above only do it with colors. Then different shapes, and when you get really good at this try it with people.

When you can do the above exercises without your mind wandering for 15 minutes or longer, you will have acomplished a great deal.


3. Keep a dream journal. Begin to notice your dreams and write them down each morning. Before you go to bed each night, review your day in reverse. This practice will help you start to remember your dream.






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