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From: "Sharon Webb" Date: Mon Jul 29, 2002 12:36 am Subject: Re: Silva MC, and 'Experiential Psi' sharwebb_30512 Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Hi, I'll try to answer a few of your questions about Silva. All "caseworking" ... all Silva techniques in fact, except for two ... are done at "level" meaning an alpha 10 cps brain wave state. There are many different techniques for getting various types of data and more techniques for zeroing in on detail. In Silva the student creates a "lab." This is a mental construct. You stock the lab with file cabinets and materials that you will need. You create a comfortable chair in this lab from which you work. You work with a mental screen in caseworking onto which you project the target. This is usually, but not always a person. We need to know only the age, sex, first name or initial, and general location of the target. You also have both a male and female "counselor" who will assist you if asked. In the case of a person, you quickly scan down the body from head to foot in three passes. Whatever areas that catches your attention are the areas that you explore more closely. With a person it may be a health situation or it may be a psychic or mental condition that is bothering them. In other case, you can tap into the mental processes of the person...determine what he/she is like, how they think, etc. In Silva we are taught to 'enter' metals and non-living objects and to enter animal or vegetable life as well as the human body. We see the organs involved often down to the cellular level. We have points of reference which are unique to the individual doing the scanning. For instance, I see active cancer as a large black "C" and a cured cancer or one in remission as a gray "C." Other practitioners would have different points of reference. In addition to the "C" in a cancer patient I will usually see a cloudy dark area of involvement. This can be entered to get more detail. You learn to go to level instantly so that a scan can be quite rapid. I worked on quite a few today, incidentally. I caseworked four people and a RV'd a building. I also 'see' things in visual images...often symbols...and the trick there is to know what the symbols mean. For example, today I THOUGHT I was seeing a symbol. I was in an ICQ chat and the person involved was halfway around the world. I saw a male hand holding a tall glass with a handle on it. The glass was narrow and pointed at the bottom and widened like a vase at the top. In it was a disgusting-looking frothy green liquid. I told him what I was seeing...and he said, "That sounds like the green apple frothy Slurpee I had awhile ago. It was in a glass shaped like that." So much for esoteric symbols, huh? :-) Sharon sharwebb...net www.fractalus.com/sharon Reply | Forward


From: Karl Boyken Date: Mon Jul 29, 2002 9:52 am Subject: Re: Silva MC, and 'Experiential Psi' kboyken Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 If I remember right, Skip Atwater writes in his book _Captain of My Ship, Master of My Soul_ something to the effect that the major contribution of RV will be to help people realize that they are more than their physical bodies. My experience has been that psi is a means of opening to opportunities for personal development, but is not an end in itself. My sense is that undertaking personal development for the sake of developing psi abilities is somewhat backward, sort of like going to church so you can sing in the choir. But I guess a truly zealous evangelist would say that as long as it gets you in the door, that's fine. (Say "amen!" brothers and sisters!) In fact, now that I think about it, I can see that that is what has been happening for me. Karl Blatantly quoting PJ out of context: > It is my belief that "personal development" -- psychological > integration, and the reconstruction of belief systems, as well as the > general skill that comes from practicing something -- is critical to > success in psi work. So my goal for this list is more of a "whole > person" thing -- "viewer development" across the board, not just > details of this or that methodology. For that reason, it is open to > anybody who does deliberate psi work. -- Karl Boyken kboyken...t http://soli.inav.net/~kboyken/ We dance 'round in a ring and suppose, while the Secret sits in the middle and knows. --Robert Frost

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