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"As a man thinketh, so is he." Or is he?
I was shown an amazing thing last night and I wanted to share it here. I was in a very deep theta state and I was shown (literally) that thoughts are energy waves. I "saw" my thoughts going out and vibrating at a certain frequency. I then saw my thoughts make contact with another person's thoughts. I mentally took control over their thought waves and changed their thoughts into my thoughts, through will. This is basically mind control. Taking the weaker frequency and altering it to the dominant frequency.
Thoughts are real energy. We each have a unique bioelectrical resonance frequency in the brain that interprets our own individual thoughts just as we each have individual fingerprints that separate us from all others.
Our thought energy attracts the same frequencies that it is emitting. So if you are emitting negative thought patterns, you are likely to attract those same patterns in return. This is also why negative people may drain a positive person, and yet they can be in total harmony with another negative thinking person (the old saying, "misery loves company" is what I'm talking about). And if two people spend a great deal of time together, you will often find one person beginning to think more like the other person, depending on which one is the dominant force (whether positive or negative). I myself have experienced this. I became quite negative during a period of my life after spending several close years with a person who saw life as a never ending negative process.
Your energy is also effected by music and places. Notice how some music sooths you and yet another type of music irritates you? Depending on your own energy at the time (smooth, violent, hyped, serene, or whatever) is what you'll resonate with. And perhaps the next day, when your energy changes, what annoyed you the day before, charges you the next.
When we are out of body, we can easily read each other's thoughts. There is no brain to filter these energy waves. But until last night, I didn't know that we could also manipulate the thoughts of others. Not that I would ever want to (I wouldn't), but it is possible. Like radio waves, these waves carry information. They come from the mental plane, pass through the emotional plane, and are then filtered through the physical brain to become what we are thinking.
Thought control should be a concern for us (total loss of the highest kind of freedom, in my opinion). There are various forms of thought control:
There is coercive psychological control, as in what a cult might do. The shaping of a person's attitudes, beliefs, and personality through deceptive and subtle manipulation, usually in a group setting, for the gain of the manipulator. This person, or group of persons, gradually exerts increasing control over individuals through a variety of techniques, such as excessive or repetition of routine activities, humiliation, and even sleep deprivation. Of course, there are lesser degrees of this type of control, such as basic human manipulation through media (case in point - former CIA director William Colby boasted, "the Central Intelligence Agency owns everyone of any major significance in the major media"), religion, fear, etc.
Then there are possible altercations to how the brain processes thoughts. Stanford University psychologist Philip Zimbardo stated that, “Soviet scientists have been perfecting a device that bombards the brain with low-frequency radio waves. These airborne waves can travel over distances and are known to change the behavior of animals and humans in their path. Such remote control makes possible potentially frightening uses for altering the brain’s functioning.” What they are doing here is disrupting the processing of the mental thought waves (not necessarily controlling thoughts, but more like sabotaging the environment in which they are received --sort of like trying to talk to someone in a crowded bar).
Then there is our own thought control. We may think negatively of something, but we can chose to own that thought, or discard it for something that resonates more closely to who we think we are, or want to be. If we are fed hysteria though the media, we are in fact being controlled to some degree. We need to not react, in knee jerk fashion, to what happens around us or we'll be playing into the hands of every living being around us.
Then there is something much more alarming, and that is others directly controlling, intercepting or overpowering the thought waves that come down from our higher self to replace or twist what is interpreted by the brain. Science fiction, I'm sure (just read Orson Wells), but when you see it happen, and know it's possible, you think twice when a thought "pops" into your head. Not unlike the crazy fella who claims the Devil made him do it or people who hear angels speak to them (religious text books are full of such stories). The fact is, our thoughts can be meddled with.
I'm surprised any of us can think clearly as it is. The space around us if filled with electromagnetic particles bouncing around from satellites, telephone poles, electrical appliances, cell phones, TV, radio, to name a few! If you read my Filter Factor article, you will know that we are not as removed from these things as you'd think. Just step into the etheric and it's total frequency mayhem.
We cannot control those things, but we can work on controlling how we think. Not a bad thing to put on the old "to-do" list.
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