Rose: The pressure or headache in frontal lobe finally subsided.
the uncomfortable feeling has now been replaced by a pleasent,subtle orgasmic
feeling that kind of quietly goes from the frontal lobe to the 1st chakra.
I also found this week that I could be thinking or reading something that
would normally cause fear, worry or concern and I click forward and those
emotions leave. Ahh, what a feeling!!
Tess: The CD music is great. My 12 year old son loves
the CD, but I can
listen to the CD only twice this week in riding along in the car from work
to home. My son loves the CD and would take it into his possession if I would
let him. When clicking forward it puts me at present time. The feathers
are a constant reminder for me to click forward. It seems to be easier when
the feathers are in different parts of my home. It seems I can think of a
hundred things at once.
At night when I do my relaxing the very most, I now can hear different
sounds. A lower pitch and even a higher one coming from right ear.
Barbra: I have never dreamed in color. I now have occasional
color. This is GREAT and look forward to having all my dreams in living
color. The bigest change I have seen for me is in the designing of the
baby afghans I knit on my knitting machine. Ideas and designs are coming so
fast it is like a flood. If I have a problem I lay down, think in pictures and
the answers just comes. When I think to check if I am clicked forward, I find
I'm already there (if I hang any more feathers in my house I will be living in
a birds nest).
All of us are hearing the high pitch sounds Tess discribed.
We all hear
this in our right ear and it is not a ringing, but a very high pitch. It is not
uncomfortable, almost always there when we listen for it and some times
becomes quite loud. Barbara also hears behind this a kind of static and
hears in both ears. Rose and Barbra also hear an occasional clicking sound. The
closest discription of this is: Put you middle finger and thumb nails
together. Now click them back and forth in you ear.
Tonight we took a tour of Neil's website. We enjoyed ourselves
so much we
lost track of time. Spent so long doing this we did not take the time to
plan anything new for the next week.
Until later. The Group
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Your Amazing Brain Adventure is a web site all about Tickling Your Amygdala- i.e. turning on the best part of your brain as easy as clicking on a light switch. This is done as easily as imagining a feather inside of your head stimulating a compass, the amygdala. The amygdala is a set of twin organs, a part of your brain that sits right in between the most advance part of your brain- the frontal lobes and pre-frontal cortex- and the most primitive part of your brain- your "reptile brain" and brain stem. By tickling your amygdala you instantly and directly increase creativity, intelligence, pleasure, and also make possible a spontaneous natural processes known as "paranormal abilities", although such things as telepathy and ESP are really as natural as breathing, or as easy doing simple math in your head. The ability to self stimulate the amygdala by something as simple as thought has been proven in laboratory experiments, such as those conducted at Harvard University research labs, 1999-2009, and can be tracked with modern brain scanning machines such as fMRI and PET... Indeed, thought is faster than light.
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Easy Make A Kindle and Your Own Publishing are sites about self-publishing and writing, and how any person can publish materials, print, online, and electronic books. You can drop out of the corporate slave labor rat race and own your own life by writing and distributing your own books on the subject that you know best.
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