Friday, August 15, 2014
Healing Part 3 - How we can stimulate the right side of the brain.
In this interchange between a questioner and William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, they discuss ways to stimulate the right side of the brain.
Questioner: What are some ways that we could use to stimulate the right side of the brain?
The Council: The simplest way to begin to stimulate the right side of the brain is begin to think of peaceful things. Think of peaceful and serene pictures. Begin to visualize beautiful things. Look at photographs in the reverse position, especially those photographs that are of a pleasant or beautiful nature, either of scenery or religious figures, what have you; anything that is uplifting; anything that is touching to the heart.
Questioner: You spoke of looking at them in a reverse position. Could you please clarify?
The Council: Upside down.
The Council: Well, study the activities of the eye connected to the brain, and you will see that by doing this you create a certain confusion to that nasty, nasty side that you must overcome. Now, we say this, again, tongue in cheek.
Questioner: Kind of sneak it by the censors?
The Council: Well, you might say that. Now, if you wish to practice healing, exercise the right side of the brain. That is the first step. Visualize things of great beauty, and practice this so that you can hold a picture in your mind. Now, to you this may not seem as though anything is transpiring. Do not worry about your right side or your left side of the brain. Simply visualize pictures of beauty, of peace, of harmony. Start with simple things. If a particular flower holds your fancy or if a particular shape holds your fancy, then start with these, and the more you can bring that picture into your mind clearly and sharply, the more active the right side of the brain is. Now, as far as viewing a serene photograph or painting in the reverse position, we would not suggest that this be done all the time, because this has a tendency then to create a laziness beyond a certain point in the activity of the brain. This can be used on occasion and then only for short periods of time; hold the picture right side up and then reverse it, and concentrate on the picture in the reverse position. Do not just look at it in a general sense. Look at it intently, then put the picture right side up, and do this, say, three or four times, and then put the picture aside and practice the visualization. When you get to the point that you can hold a good picture for a period of time, then you have strengthened the right side of the brain. You have pronounced its activities or have made its activities pronounced. The key is to keep that visualization for a period of time. Try to increase the period of time. Do not become anxious and set goals that are ridiculous, but increase that period of time, slowly. Now, when you pray for a person, utilize that activity. When you pray for a healing, utilize that activity. The physical properties that transpire in the body by activating the right side of the brain increases the body's ability to transmit the electrical impulses or the electromagnetic fields in the body to assist as a triggering device in the body of the person needing the healing. If you can encourage the other individual to visualize some activity that can be related to healing, this would help. Possibly, with some people you may suggest that they visualize a washing flood of light through them; or they may attempt to see the ailment begin to glow and be surrounded by a bright light. Any form of activity such as that that is dependent on the right side of the brain will allow the spiritual forces to be activated or to flow more freely. Also, what transpires during these activities is that a spiritual insight also comes through. When one attempts a laying on of hands, one should also place the hands on the head, after the one who is laying on of hands has visualized or activated the right side of the brain, allowing some of these fields of energy then to stimulate the organ itself. Then, if one chooses, one may proceed to lay hands on the ailing part.
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