Saturday, 4 October 2014

A post for spectral hypnotists

I developed a new ability a week ago or so that will be of great use to anyone with some ability with Spectral hypnosis. I've called it a 'measurement sync', it is a way to create and measure energy In the mind. Here's how to do it-

-Firstly you need to punch in front of you. Now do it faster, so it's a constant stream of punches. You can practice a while if you like to get the feel for it. Go quite fast so the movement becomes a blur now. Try punch say at ten times a second, facing away from your punches keys into indirect concentration, this will help you punch more quickly. You don't need to see each individual punch.

-Now you need to Sync the energy from your punches together, this will create a field that stays where your punches were.  This may also tune you into the correlating frequency Quantum net in your EMA, (MI6 are stopping me double checking this, trying to stop me doing my work as per usual). 

To explain a sync- syncing is like connecting the energy from the first punch in a second to the last punch, so they share a frequency, it's kind of a clicking sensation at the same time in the nets when a sync is done right, it kind of snaps together. You will find it easier to sync fast blurry punches to start off with.

It is important to remember the energy from the first punch when doing a measurement sync. You will find If you punch really really fast the movement becomes more of a rhythm, at over a hundred a second you get into audio range so you can even hear it if your doing it right.

-Now as you punch I want you to count saying 'one one thousand' (or your own way to count a second that's in your sub conscious). Now I want you to sync the energy together from your punches over the one second.

-This will create a field where you were punching, if you punched ten times a second you will have created a ten Hz field,  forty times a second a forty Hz field ect ect. 

- This can also be used as a way to count the Hz of fields you'd like to measure. To do this you need to let your EMS sink into the field you want to measure, you (or just your arm) go to a slightly lower frequency. 

-So sink into the lower frequency, now do punches tuned into this net. Start punching slowly then slowly increase how fast. You will be able to tell when punching at the same frequency as the net, it feels like there is less resistance to your punches. Now just count a second and how many punches your doing to measure the Hz.

-You can move on to creating very slow low Hz punches when your confident you have got it right. You just do a very very slow movement and sync your punch at the same time as moving your punch very very slowly. You can go right down to 0 Hz, it's very black, empty and still there.

-with regard to how fast you can go, I've gone way beyond neural Hz range. I've had to out of necessity, but that's a story I'll tell some other time. I'm not sure of the wisdom of going so high but it beats being tortured.

-I think you can also measure amplitude with adapting this technique- You will do this by applying more and less force to the punches. You need to concentrate on each individual punch for this. You just need to learn to go from weaker amplitude/power in punches to higher. Then you as before do your sync to measure amplitude, I'll have to think how to measure this as we can with Hz, maybe we could use the known amplitude of personality.

--I'm in hope measurement syncing helps turn Spectral hypnosis into more of a science, we have a reliable measurement technique with this new ability.

On a side note I apologise for my blog being a bit erratic, I'm still at Hawthorn court, there spiking me with damaging drugs and using some pain techniques. They have access to me at night and get a drug machine in me, it's a pain, I'm ok though, just could use a rest.

I thought this ability very important so wanted to put it online and into the hands of the many rather than just these people at MI6. I hope it serves you well. I hope it helps. Damion

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