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All psychic or magical phenomena stem from directed observation. To increase your abilities, you can start by putting on atone at 15-20 Hz (a sound that beeps 15 to 20 times per second). Focus on any point in your vision. And through practice, try to observe the object every beat you hear. You force your observation to accelerate, it's usually between 8-13 Hz, and the more you accelerate it the better the effects.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    not observation but attention but yeah you figured it out
    shiva sets forward 112 methods to attain awakening in the vijnana bhairava and buddha chose paying attention as the superior method to teach to his students.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      what's best way to this stuff? is it through method OP described, or are there better way?

      I heard some say cultivate energy, prana ? is it qiqong stuff ? is that different to Ten training (don't know what's the real life equivalent of HxH Ten, only heard that it exists)

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        No, that's kinda dangerous. You see, the effect of visualizing and cognitively modeling all these techniques is that you are creating positive feedback loops in your brain which will increase cortical excitability, which only increases the speed with which you are cognitively modeling your objective. For example: if you are visualizing healing energies to aid healing you are allowing your visual cortex to add cortical excitability to your objective, which only helps to cognitively model it faster.
        But cognitive connections are sticky, a lot of people end up with psychosis because they created a bunch of pathological connections in their brain without realizing and that creates aberrant patterns of thought.
        It's better to learn to increase the speed at will and very specifically in a brain area.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          From my own subjective experience, the brain is kind of like an illusory construct that is a result of intense focus on physical reality. It may be a symbolic representation of certain principles, but a real human being or “becoming” can transcend this Limitation with time. I agree however that attention, mastery over it, and everything that stems from attention, is a key to freedom.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Stop trying to find an objective truth. You can't. Just know thyself and wake up.
            Any thought is just a tool. Any model is just a tool. Truth is just a tool. At least as far as human capacity goes.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            You are mistaken. There are 13 infallible wang-tile sequences that we would call objective truth. However inferior wang-tile sequences have corresponding wang-tiles that contradict the original wang-tiles so we generally wouldn't call those truths. You're just missing the obvious truths of the 13 infallible wang-tiles, and focusing on inferior wang-tiles as evidence. You're simply focusing on ideas/objects that have been abstracted too many times to count and are inferior wang tiles or projections of inferior wang tiles.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Alright, name them. I'm listening, and not being facetious. The ignorant will discard them anyways. Let it rip.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            It would take an eternity to name all 20,426 inferior wang tiles (what you are talking about) but naming the 104 superior wang tiles in a lifetime might be possible. Wang tile 1, 2, 3, 4, are obviously 4 elements and then the quintessence is clearly 13. If you look at it you can see its a quadrisected circle with the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 in each section

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Did you develop your own esoteric wang tile model? Because as far as i know the wang tiles are just used in mathematics, and a quick attempt at finding any metaphysical works on it shows nothing.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Say wang tiles again mofo I double dare u

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I’m sure you really don’t understand my perspective, but that’s just the difficulty of words.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >It's better to learn to increase the speed at will and very specifically in a brain area.
          ok so how do i do that

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            You are learning how to increase the speed at will and very specifically in the auditive and visual areas responsible for the perception of the beeps and the visual of your choice with the method I described. Then you use the same principles in whatever object you want.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >that's kinda dangerous
          Do you know if this video is dangerous? It's supposed to be for building visualization (literal) skills. I'm psychic, so I can sense when a video has an evil energy to it (like hypnosis). After watching the first few or so seconds, I don't think I sensed any evil. But the middle of my frontal lobes got activated (and still is; it's tingling).

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            No.
            That's a music video, dude. A trippy one, but just a music video.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        you need to stop worrying about what method is best and just pick one and do it

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          i dont want to open third eye

    • 2 months ago
      Inversion

      112 is 11 + 2 = 13, the 13 parts of Osiris or the13 chakras. (6 in front of the body and 6 in back and the last one is outside the body) or 7 chakras. (if you ignore the 6 chakras of the back.)
      When the 7 are perfectly balanced, the 8 and 9 illuminate automatically. The 9 chakras are the full 114 (112 + 2) Hindu chakras system.

      • 2 months ago
        Inversion

        /continue.
        When the 5 in the body are balanced (a righteous and fully life) the 6th wake up to help find the path toward the 7th.
        The 7th, 8th (aura or place of the soul incarnation) and 9th are the 3 stages of heaven.

        The 6 is the beast-Man in the Bible and 9 is the divine-Man.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      From my own subjective experience, the brain is kind of like an illusory construct that is a result of intense focus on physical reality. It may be a symbolic representation of certain principles, but a real human being or “becoming” can transcend this Limitation with time. I agree however that attention, mastery over it, and everything that stems from attention, is a key to freedom.

      Ah, excellent question. That's because you as yourself have never and will never experience the world. You only experience a very complex but imperfect interface between you and the world, this interface is called consciousness. By studying your own consciousness you get to the deepest truths a human can get. Even if it isn't the ultimate truth. It also helps you know yourself and develop in such a way that you can get closer and closer to an absolute truth.

      I have a question: now, I understand how to pay attention during a specific practice (like vipassana, right?), you just take your time, chose an object on which to focus your attention and just pay attention to that object. Fine. But then how do you translate that in your daily life? Like, during the other ordinary activities. For instance, let's suppose you are cooking something: do you pay attention to the food? To your actions? To your breath? Or let's suppose you are just walking around: do you pay attention to the movements of your feet? Of your legs? To the sensations of your body?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        The answer is yes. That's part of the reason I prefer my method, it's easier to translate it to practice.
        Remember everything you experience is mind, so as long as you can experience something, you can use it as your object of concentration. It's interesting to experiment and combine the different sensory modalities of an object or action. Is it different focusing on the visual of an object or its feel? What happens when you focus on both? What does that do to your frequency? These are all instrumental questions that only a lot of practice and experience will help you answer.
        Anyway, I use a high-frequency beat with headphones, walk around the city, and experience any chosen object of concentration with the frequency of the beats. It's way harder but the effects are a million times more interesting.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          You know there's a practice of concentration to which Rudolf Steiner briefly talks about, but it's especially expanded by his disciple Massimo Scaligero that, at least in principle, kinda resembles yours. It's my current practice:
          1) You chose an object. Ideally it shouldn't be an abstract/intellectual object and It shouldn't even be an object related to spirituality or to the sacred. Simply because the idea that the object is very important may be counterproductive. Ideally it should be a simple man made object, like a pencil, a book, a briefcase, a fork, things like these ones.
          2)Describe the object in your mind, to yourself. Usually it will be a combination of images and thought-verbalization, but it's up to you how you want to describe, how much you want to verbalize, and how much you want to visualize. Describe materials, functions, uses, components briefly, like in 5 minutes, and if you get distracted start again from the point where you got distracted. You shoul pay maximum attention to any instant of the description, when you are describing something there's nothing before and after that, only that.
          3)This is where it departs from your method. After the description you should "produce" the concept, the supersensible idea of the object, eventually with the aid of a simple visualisation (like a sign of light, for instance) and focus your attention on it.
          Imo there's a fundamental similarity between the beeps of your practice and the "fragments of thought" of the second part of this practice

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            They are not exactly equivalent, but they do produce the same effect. What you are doing with that method is creating positive cognitive feedback loops between the different sensory components of the object, to increase the intensity of your cognitive modeling of it.
            What the beeps do is they increase the frequency of times you are doing it, something like the velocity of your cognitive modeling of it. They both produce the effect of increasing overall cognitive modeling, which is the underlying cause of all mind-matter effects.
            It would probably be ideal to synthesize that method and mine, to increase both parts. It should be safe enough as long as one combines the different sensory modalities of a single object and not different concepts or actions together.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Very interesting, thanks. Do you use something like this to focus? https://youtu.be/5lN3X5qVoqQ?feature=shared

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Yeah, there are also sites you can use to set a specific waveform and frequency, that's useful for when you've mastered a frequency and want to try higher.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Part of the problem is that almost everything (like vipassana) uses a passive method to achieve concentration. It requires not to do. But my method is active, to concentrate it requires to do, that's also why it's faster and easier.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >And through practice, try to observe the object every beat you hear.

    Someone please explain this I don't really get it.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      At first, it will be very hard to even hear the individual beats at that speed, but through practice and concentration, you force your auditive perception to get faster. Then you get your vision to the speed of your perception by focusing your attention on the visual of the object very intensely with every beat you hear.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I see, sounds hard but I will try it for the next few weeks, thank you.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Pro tip: tobacco helps a lot, that's why it's so widely used by shamans. They just don't know exactly why.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        you can skip all this nonsense if you just familiarize yourself and start labeling wang tiles you encounter

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          homie you better spill the beans on these wang tiles or im gon be very upset!

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I usually get stoned or a bit drunk...or both... and light up the chakra cores with tunez. Dial up to 11. Power slide

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    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sounds like an unhealthy way to rationalize substance abuse.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    THE OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION AND ANSWERS BY ME, THE OP, FINISHES HERE. ALL AFTER THIS AND THE BULLSHIT ABOUT WANG TILES IS DISINFO.
    SCREENCAP AND SHARE THIS.
    NOW YOUR SALVATION RESTS ON YOUR OWN HANDS.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Can someone explain to me how focusing all my attention on one single object like my proprioceptive feelings of my body e.t.c. can reveal to me truths about myself and the world? It seems totally impossible to be that I grasp such things without contemplating them.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Ah, excellent question. That's because you as yourself have never and will never experience the world. You only experience a very complex but imperfect interface between you and the world, this interface is called consciousness. By studying your own consciousness you get to the deepest truths a human can get. Even if it isn't the ultimate truth. It also helps you know yourself and develop in such a way that you can get closer and closer to an absolute truth.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I see thanks, so the truth about this reality we are living lies in self-reflection.

        All 20,426 inferior wang-tiles are linked to the 104 superior wang-tiles, which are linked to the infallible 13 wang-tiles. When you meditate on a single wang-tile, you can see how it links to other wang-tiles for better understanding of their holographic projections.

        You should probably focus your meditation on superior wang-tiles and infallible wang-tiles because it will cut back on a lot of effort trying to trace inferior wang-tiles all over the map.

        Anyway hope this helps.

        I read your posts in this thread and the other thread, they seem totally alien to me but I'll write them down, is there any book you recomend on the subject you're talking about?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      All 20,426 inferior wang-tiles are linked to the 104 superior wang-tiles, which are linked to the infallible 13 wang-tiles. When you meditate on a single wang-tile, you can see how it links to other wang-tiles for better understanding of their holographic projections.

      You should probably focus your meditation on superior wang-tiles and infallible wang-tiles because it will cut back on a lot of effort trying to trace inferior wang-tiles all over the map.

      Anyway hope this helps.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Bump for one of the few ways to get into the truth.

  7. 2 months ago
    Inversion

    Not observation but imagination (projection of the intent) or thoughts are on the astral plane that is superior plane above and command the Etheric one where the substance is. The substance can be moved through consciousness. (The body manifest energy that reside in Etheric plane and can be controlled by the Astral Plane.)

    The body is like a dynamo it generate energy but external energy affect it too. (It's like living with someone you take some of his energy and that person take some of you, after a while you are both like synchronized energetically and sharing bad habits unconsciously.)

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Not to insult your system, but it seems to be the case that spiritual and energetic systems of understanding are mostly precognitive attempts to understand anomalous effects of cognition. They tend to be incomplete, sometimes dangerous, models to understand this.

      • 2 months ago
        Inversion

        Perhaps but I'm not Qigong expert, but when I use healing technique (mostly circulating my magnetic field in the body on another person) with hands I see difference in effectiveness if I use intent or not. But after all that could be a placebo effect too.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Of course you're gonna see an increase in effectiveness, and don't feel like I'm not appreciating your system, I do. I'm not trying to underestimate it, just explain its mechanisms.
          It's not that "it's just placebo effect", it's that the internal world is closer to reality than the external one.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm having trouble grasping this
    >try to observe the object every beat you hear
    >force your observation to accelerate
    What is this exactly, just to "renew" or re-focus your attention on the object with every beat?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      This is the explanation:

      At first, it will be very hard to even hear the individual beats at that speed, but through practice and concentration, you force your auditive perception to get faster. Then you get your vision to the speed of your perception by focusing your attention on the visual of the object very intensely with every beat you hear.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    1.Yes, you're right.
    2. This is nothing more than applied and sustained attention.
    3.That's anapanasate, what you're doing is applying attention and sustaining it on something that naturally attracts attention. It was when the Buddha managed to extract focus from the breath, something that lasts as long as life lasts, that he managed to condition happiness into something durable.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Still, how is the 15~20hz sound helping with the training of attention, if it's essentially the same as going a more traditional way and focusing the attention on the breath, i'm failing to see correlations. Mainly, how are you engaging in a practical way with the beats, each beat "resets" your attention and keeps it overall focused, is that the idea?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, it's faster because having a fast stimulus forces your brain to accelerate. So you have results way faster than if you just meditated on more traditional ways.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          This is because whatever activates at the same time in your brain inevitably connects. So if you have a high frequency stimulus and at the same time you direct your visual direction to something specific, it's easier to accelerate your visual attention because it is connected to an inherently faster stimulus, forcing it to acquire the same frequency.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >It was when the Buddha managed to extract focus from the breath, something that lasts as long as life lasts, that he managed to condition happiness into something durable.
      Oh, now I get what you guys are doing. Breathing -> essential aspect of life -> can produce psychosomatic effects -> can therefore produce feelings and emotions through conditioning the mind to associate those psychosomatic effects with something positive, emotions like happiness

      From an occult point of view, this is an effective magical technique (even though one may not necessarily be trying to do magic when trying to get "enlightened" this way), as you are relying on a neverending source of energy, that is, your breath (which as you said, lasts throughout life), for your emotions, and therefore your magic.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'm the OP, not the guy you answered to, but I think you are probably mostly right. These things are best understood as cognitively associated because they act like networks. In this case, the breath is probably strongly associated with life and positive feelings, so they participate strongly in the intent, which consequently "activates" other strongly associated concepts. And by doing this you reinforce that connection, which makes it easier to do in the future.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yes, but it goes further as the mind becomes unified. You gain more mental control, awareness and clarity, you asphyxiate what you don't like, such as addictions, and you feed what you do like, wisdom, love, etc.
        But it doesn't stop there, after that come the states of Jhana, absorption.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I do suspect that jhanas are high enough frequency on the object of meditation. It seems to be that each jhana state corresponds to a higher frequency spectrum. There's evidence for this in EEG studies of expert meditators.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            That's also why the powers tend to occur after one reaches fourth jhana.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Mastering the dogma of Buddhism so that you go in the opposite direction of enlightenment.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Not exactly. But hey, even the Buddha used the siddhis as an advertisement of dharma.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    So according to the OP every beat should make me "snap" and focus better on the point of blackness I picked in the vision of my eyes? This acts like the bell sounds monks use sometimes when they meditate right? Like, the sound is a reminder to focus again and better on the object you picked right?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yep, that's the basic idea. Make sure to use varied objects of concentration, which helps develop the capacity to do it faster.

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    One more thing. Don't use wireless headphones, you need better sound definition to be able to hear higher frequencies accurately. Use wired headphones.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Oh, and higher frequencies are tricky. Make sure you are actually hearing the frequency.
      An example. Sometimes if you are hearing 20 Hz it might seem you are catching every beat, but if you checked you would realize you are perceiving at 10 Hz and your slow brain is fusing every two beats into the perception of one. Make sure that doesn't happen. You can use any timer to estimate this.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        It helps to let go and try to have the intent to ask "What is the perception of the object of concentration I chose RIGHT NOW?" every single time for every beat you hear. Don't actually have the mental process of asking it, that's slow, having the intent of the concept of asking it is enough and faster.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The goal is UHF theta waves, but our hemis are out of sync and the dynamo is eccentric. Sync low, then accelerate with music bpm/strobes/beats. It needs to be intense light/sound and you dancing/singing reflecting it back. That's rapture. Its not a secret, they just wont let you party until you reach the transcendent state with TURN DOWN THAT MUSIC AND GET TO WORK and you dumb shits did it and gave up your quantum immortality.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      UHF and theta are oxymorons. You're either a cynic, mentally ill, or synthetic. In any way, I hope this thread benefitted you in some way.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        "Gamma" waves, rather. The brainwave terminology is a mess. The chakra frequencies are organ cpu clocks, you need to sync them to the universal cpu then you can overdrive them to higher coherence with analog biofeedback into the quantum morphospace. You ever feel yourself start to turn into a 'party animal'?

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Another safety consideration. If you find that the effects and/or the experience of them is getting too intense, out of hand, or that they keep increasing without you being able to stop them. In that case, just focus on not experiencing it, it's hard and requires a lot of practice too, but this is basically how you make sure you don't have a nice day or anyone else exploring these things.
    Remember, to decrease it don't focus on actively stopping it, that's focusing on the object and only ends up increasing it. Just try to stay calm, choose other objects of concentration, and focus on experiencing the unwanted effects less.

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'll try it for sure OP but isn't that basically like focusing on 2 objects at the same time? I think that this is impossible to do.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Not OP, but you can definitely focus on more than one thing at a time. I can focus on 3 things, almost 4. It's definitely a learned skill, because I wasn't able to do this a year or so ago. You only get better by doing.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      You are right. To be technical, you are alternating your attention very fast, but the effect and experience are the same as if you could focus on both things at the same moment. So I just simplify it while explaining it.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I see. Thank you, I will surely try it, I do the basic "watch the body breathing" meditation with a soft intent on relaxing it at the same time but thoughts come and take my focus away all the time, maybe your technique will help me.

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