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Quote from: EscapeVelocity on August 14, 2019, 05:01:42I am answering for Lumaza because his computer is currently offline.You can ask questions mentally during these sessions. It is an individual thing. For some people it works very well and they get immediate responses or results; for others, they may find that it disrupts their concentration a little too much. And it changes over time, depending on your development.Don't be afraid to experiment.
Quote from: EscapeVelocity on October 08, 2019, 01:57:46Am I right in thinking what this is? A breakthrough of possibly great significance? A recognition of the essential technique used by shamans, teachers and gurus throughout the ages with their students?And with Lumaza's refinement of his personal techniques, an understanding of the how and why of finding a personal entrypoint to the NP, by arriving at the 3 Dimensional Void through use of an 'overload' technique which incorporates this 'rule of 7+/- 2'?Awesome work guys!This is a significant insight brought to us by Lumaza and Baro-San!
Quote from: T-Man on March 09, 2020, 01:03:17Lumaza,I checked out the radio stations website regarding the radio interview you mention. Looks like you can only listen to previous shows if you are a monthly subscriber. I did go and watch a couple videos of Anthony Peake regarding the pineal gland and the Lucia 3 light machine on Youtube. Have you tried this machine? I remember you talking about a light machine from a previous thread but can't remember if this was it. Anyways, he seems like an interesting man. I was hoping his new book 'The Hidden Universe' was available on Audible.com but looks like it's not out yet. I did however put a couple of his books in my audio queue that were available in Canada. I will give them a try. If his new book doesn't show up in audio version than I will buy the paperback version but will give it some time.
Quote from: LightBeam on March 25, 2020, 15:37:46Thanks for reminding us of this very simple yet effective technique. It comes down to holding our focus away from the body while falling asleep. I will switch from my own technique to this one for a while and report if it works for me.
Quote from: Lumaza on June 04, 2020, 23:17:42 This a very physical place. It is definitely a 3D reality. The only way I could see any of us getting there is to have our bodies die here on this Earth and then opt to reincarnate in this next "School".
Quote from: LightBeam on June 05, 2020, 02:40:01Or with a spaceship if this place is within our physical cosmos
QuoteI think you are eager for our Earth to reach the next evolutionary level and have stumbled in to this planet. Do you a sense that they are more evolved than we are, and they are probably already in college, while we are still in junior high lol. If you keep visiting there perhaps you can be shown examples on how can we reach these levels.
Quote from: Lumaza on June 06, 2020, 00:17:36 Have you ever had this happen to you? When you awaken in the morning totally exhausted and drained from a night filled with LDs? Do you believe consciousness itself ever sleeps? I believe there is good reason that most of us never remember our Dreams or even experience LDs. It's because the "mind" itself does need a period of inactivity and rest. This drowsiness I have today isn't the drowsiness you just feel upon awaking in the morning as normal. It feels more like being totally "burned out" and depleted!
Quote from: LightBeam on June 06, 2020, 02:04:54I'm actually the opposite. I feel very energized/excited during the day after LDs/APs even long and intense ones. As far as consciousness sleeping, I don't know. I have experienced many times, peaceful environments, where I just observe the stillness and it felt very relaxing and rejuvenating. I think tiredness is an attribute to physical vehicles. I have experienced many times the same thing over and over with my physical body and state of mind. When I eat whatever, the typical American diet, I feel tired, fatigued, urge to take naps, waking up drowsy. When I eat less carbs and definitely gluten free and very little dairy, lots of vegetables, I only need 5 hours of sleep. I wake up very early in the morning and as soon as I open my eyes I am totally awake, fresh and ready to go. No fatigue, no tiredness at all. I even have more APs when I watch what I eat, which is most of the time. I only fall off the wagon around holidays and I really feel the difference including significant decrease in LDs and APs. So, I think our physical bodies impose many limitations and we cant even imagine what would be like to never have have the need to sleep.
Quote from: Lumaza on June 06, 2020, 02:20:37 Don't get me wrong I too awaken revitalized and energized after having LDs. It's these "Lifer" episodes that seem so taxing. Where it comes to proper diet, I didn't eat anything any heavier than the previous days. MJ and I eat quitter healthy. We always have a good daily intake of our fruit and veggies. We watch our carb intake as well. So in this case I can rule that out.