Personal experience had made it clear to me some time ago that telepathy is a fact, but until recently I didn’t put much thought into how to help people to develop their own such abilities. Now I’m putting my observations to the test in piloting such a technique, and there are clear signs of success, as this work in progress continues.
I will share some observations here, some of which may (or may not) be obvious to you:
(1) Telepathy, more commonly, is naturally strongest between people who are in good rapport or harmony with each other, people who are very close.
(2) One reason there is little success when attempting to prove or demonstrate such abilities (although I have both had and observed such success) is that when someone has a hostile attitude about it, they tend to put out an opposing energy that can deflect the necessary harmony.
(3) Thoughts, or the presence of a consciousness, is a far more subtle manifestation than normal light and sound, and can be difficult or impossible to notice or be sensitive to in the presence of such environmental stimulation. Just as if you walk into a relatively dark room from outdoor sunshine, it can take some time for your eyes to adjust to be sensitive enough to see well, it can take some time in a quiet, nondistracting environment to notice things as relatively subtle as thoughts and consciousnesses.
(4) Consciousnesses are easier to perceive than thoughts; a rough analogy might be to how sun rays of are less intense than looking at the sun itself.
(5) One key to developing one’s own natural telepathic abilities can be successfully giving oneself permission to have such abilities; it can take any amount of processing of one’s own particular mental/emotional/spiritual architectures to make such skills accessible, or more accessible.
If you would like to participate in sessions for this purpose, I am now accepting clients. Stay tuned for further developments!
What is a “Moment of Positive Shock”? It is when something extremely good happens, but your internal reaction is to feel overwhelmed, and have some difficulty calmly accepting that it is “real” and can be trusted; “too good to be true”.
I first discovered it some time back, noticed its intensity, and its quality of being as overwhelming as a conventional negative shock. But until now, that was all that was revealed to me, and it just wasn’t enough to comment on, from a spiritual/therapeutic perspective.
It didn’t quite resonate perfectly with me that the Positive Shock should pack such an energy wallop. And now, and I mean just now, I have come to understand why:
The “Positive Shock” relates to the material of some corresponding earlier conventional negative moment of shock; it restores something that the earlier negative shock blasted out of reality for the individual.
In doing so, it does not, or at least not necessarily, wipe the spiritual slate clean of the negative shock; in fact, it energizes some residue of the earlier negative shock.
It does cause a resonant feeling of instability to manifest, in fact, and this may be the most interesting, and important point of all:
It is your own massive energetic resistance, once set in place, to recognizing and accepting the reality of whatever the shocking event is that later manifests as the inability to accept (i.e., the automatic, mechanical unacceptance of) the good reality of the positive shock!
My conclusion, at this time, is that when such a positive shock occurs, I, as a practitioner, would ask for and get the earlier negative shock and guide the participant to fully process the negative shock, with my particular shock handling technique, and then bring the participant fully up to having the extreme positive condition (the material of the positive shock) with my Positive Processing technique.
It also occurs to me that the Positive Shock must be a not uncommon occurrence; it simply hasn’t been recognized, at least not broadly, for what it is.
Just as with any shock handling, the relief and positive changes that follow are HUGE.
Chances are good that in reading this now, you are recognizing a positive shock of your own. If so, you know how to find me. I suggest that you not waste any time. You NEED this
— Love, Dex
With any polarizing subject, you run into attitude presented as thought process, but it is merely attitude. For someone to be offended by you saying something good happened for you, that is pure attitude. No actual conscious thought process. I’ve been in a perfect position to evaluate and analyze the positives and negatives, and intentions behind the vast amount of techniques, principles and rules woven into the variegated quilt that is misleadingly presented as being a complete and organized system called “Scientology”. There is good, there is bad, there is ugly. But if we are going to be honest with ourselves, and own all that we engage in and bring upon ourselves so that we can work towards being whole, then we will recognize that everything we’ve experienced is part of the road that brought us to where we are now. My clients often remark on having “wasted” 100’s of thousand$ on Scientology, when they could have been much more successfully accomplishing their needs and desires elsewhere, as one participant told me today. But he could also acknowledge that, while overhyped, largely disappointing and far too expensive, there were some changes to appreciate, albeit, “being sold a bicycle that was promoted as being a Ferrari” (and priced like a small kingdom ). Refusing to acknowledge the good things, just like refusing to acknowledge bad things, IS a form of denial, which is, ultimately, a denial of self, and thus, in part, a refusal of one’s own soul.
I cannot, and don’t advocate for or defend the activities of the “Church of Scientology”, or any form of submission to or overall approval of what it offers. But it is part of my journey, and that of many others, and it should be ok to accept, acknowledge and express the good, as well as the bad, and the ugly, and have it understood that doing so is not an endorsement of the overall package, or anything at all beyond whatever might be specified as having been of some positive value. Friends don’t support or encourage friends to fall into the trap that is the “Church” of Scientology, but there should be no stigma attached to honesty about one’s experiences.
— Love, Dex
Over the course of my life and work, I’ve observed a spiritual element that holds us back, that witholds permission to have our dreams materialize, to be too big, too powerful, to rise too high. There’s a part of us that says that we don’t deserve it, or that we will abuse it and in someway harm others. There is a part of ourselves that is afraid to ask for too much, the part that says “I could never be, or have, something that great”. I believe this to be the ultimate barrier to self-realization.
I believe that ultimately it’s about finding our way to forgive, trust and love ourselves, and not being afraid to give ourselves permission to live our dreams.
I think that is the thing that we need to be introspective about, and reason our way through.
I have seen these feelings come to light, and I have helped others to transcend these self-imposed restraints and barriers.
This is a subject for therapeutic spiritual counseling, and I can help.
— Love, Dex
A bad experience, if you will allow it to be and occur within you however it does, and process it and let it digest, can be an opportunity to grow and become happier and more capable. I mean this in a very practical sense, and not merely as an abstract platitude.
This is the essence of my Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling approach. My participants can attest that not only has this worked to diminish and resolve emotional pain and anguish in our sessions, but that they learn through this to successfully practice this perfectly simple technique in their daily lives.
I invite you to contact me and learn and experience this for yourself.
With love, Dex
There is a nature preserve that I have always enjoyed experiencing, going back to my youth; in walking through there, I found that I could sense the consciousness in all the life around me, and its placid awareness of me. Today, in re-experiencing that connectedness in that place, the following occurred for me, in a natural flow of recognition that sharpened my awareness of exactly what my own purpose in life is:
There are so many cultures and religions, and people, and groups that impress upon other people their ideas of the connections with the spiritual world, and or God, cosmology, and such subjects as the interconnectedness and relationship of all life. All of these carry with them the heavy encumbrance of indoctrination and the subsuming of the precious joy of self realization of such things. Maybe if I keep going as I have, and just help people to unburden themselves of their own self created spiritual architectures, then maybe they can find the peaceful space from which to observe and connect with such essentials of coexistence on their own, and regain all the peace, joy and serenity that is inherent in that endeavor.
— Love, Dex
April 23, 2018
I think that its important to consciously have and connect with our essential, broad aspirations. They can serve to inspire, as a driving, motivating passion that carries you forward. One of mine:
“I may never be as God-like as I aspire to be, but I will never stop aspiring in that direction.”
With love, Dex
There’s nothing more gratifying than succeeding at what you are passionate about, especially when that passion is about making a difference for others! So this statement today from an appreciative client makes my day:
“You have helped me a great deal and this has been the most beneficial therapy I’ve ever received.”
— Alex H
April 16, 2018
The greatest and truest power, and perhaps the greatest satisfaction, is in granting power to another person.
“Granting power” does not mean to transfer one’s own power to another. That’s actually a very disempowering and condescending concept-“you haven’t much power, here, take some of my power, I’m a powerful source, your personal power is derived from mine, and so I’m above you, and with that understood, you can be a mini-me”.
Granting personal power is the expressed recognition of the innate power within another, and the encouragement for another to recognize and accept their own considerable personal power.
Don’t neglect or deny your own personal power, and help others to recognize and accept their own personal power, and everybody wins.
This is also as essential to conducting a good counseling session as it is to relating to others in any other situation.
In the past year or so, in working with my participants (I prefer the term “participants” to “clients”, I think it is more accurate and descriptive), in seeing, feeling and experiencing the energies of their minds, as well as my own, I have come to a breakthrough recognition:
Anger is an attempt to suppress or overcome fear.
This is very meaningful to recognize. An angry person is desperately trying to stave off some underlying fear in relation to whatever they are emoting anger about. This has much practical application, both in life situations and in therapeutic counseling. I have shared this with others, usually having it understood and well received, if not necessarily with the same excitement or enthusiasm this discovery has for me, as someone keenly interested in always gaining a deeper understanding of the mind and spirit, and applying it to help spiritually liberate others.
But what inspired me to share this enlightenment broadly at this time, is that just now, for the first time, I have seen where another person expressed having realized the same thing; a very spiritual individual, a great musician, none other than Carlos Santana.
I’ve just begun reading Carlos’ autobiography, “The Universal Tone, Bringing my Story to Light”, and in the introduction, he shares this:
“Before, I did not know that anger is just fear with a mask. Now I know that, and I have to move on.” How beautiful, and how true; and how wonderful it is to find a spiritual kinship with such a great spirit!
I’m sure there have to be other enlightened people in the world who have come to recognize this pervasive truth, but I find it striking after all this time, to finally find someone else has recognized the same thing, and to come across it this way.