Visualization and Imprinting Energy

Instructor: Wayfarer
Date: February 23, 2019 (Saturday)

Seminar: Topic: Visualization and Imprinting Energy – Saturday, 23 February, 2019 at 6:30pm/1830hr New York Time — text format in the PSC #lecture room (Discord) — Instructor: Wayfarer– Search LECTURE63

Wayfarer: So, let’s chit chat a bit about the order in which we learn to do things! We’re scheduled to talk mainly about visualization and imprinting energy. But this is all part of a kind of broader project and the sequencing here matters and I want to explain why I’m choosing to do it this way and so on.

Wayfarer: So, we started off with meditation. Then we did some psychometry stuff, with a nice detour into the energy body, and how all that stuff works together.

Wayfarer: I think normally at this point most people would do exactly one psiball then proceed immediately to making glistening castles in the astral protected by sentient construct servitors and etc

Flux: Done. What next?

Chirotractor: Da fuk?

Wayfarer: lmao I don’t know I’m awfully cynical and jaded about new people but maybe castles in the astral are 2010 stuff I mean I guess we’re on to tulpas these days or something

Chirotractor: tulpas was 2016 actually

Wayfarer: But we’re gonna do a little bit different and look at imprinting stuff. Because I think 2 weeks ago we did psychometry, yeah?

Flux: Things seem to have calmed down imo.

Flux: Yay for imprinting!

Wayfarer: My finger isn’t on the pulse anymore but tulpas definitely predate the escalator because tulpas were a thing while I was still in Ohio. Not a good thing, but a thing. So that would be 2012 or whatever.

Scelana: I’m sorry that I am a little late to the lecture

Wayfarer: Your sins are forgiven, go my child and sin no more.

Flux: That a less sci-fi version of programming? (Imprinting that is.)

Chirotractor: I think the popular thing lately is vamps again.

Wayfarer: A related discipline to imprinting. I don’t think it’s a word I made up.

Flux: Really?!

Flux: The vamps.

Wayfarer: Fuckin’ you’re right because if you look up “psychic energy” on Ama Zone dot Com there are about 200 books on that shit.

Wayfarer: You can tell the vamp books because they have just the worst book cover designs.

Wayfarer: (shameless plug I’m hoping to re-release Subtle Energy and also release a new book, Subtle Spirits within the next 3 weeks or so)

Wayfarer: (Buy those things, if you already bought Subtle Energy I’ll bump you a digital copy of the 2E no worries)

Wayfarer: (This lecture brought to you by Turtles & Crows, LLC)

Wayfarer: lmao

Flux: Give me my digital copy.

Flux: Did the search. Saw Michelle’s book, but no other vamps. I’ll peep it later when I’m not getting my learning on.

Wayfarer: So, imprinting. I don’t think it’s a word I made up. It is a word I prefer because it’s a little different than programming and I will explain why to begin because we’re not actually a class of people who have never seen any of this stuff before.

Wayfarer: Programming, to me, implies two things: 1) there’s a construct in play. 2) we’re sequencing actions for it to take.

Wayfarer: I.e., with programming we’re doing conditional, if-then kinda stuff.

Wayfarer: Imprinting is the baby version of that. This is something we’re doing before constructs and actually by way of getting to constructs. And so I had mentioned I’d lay out my rationale, here it is:

Wayfarer: A lot of people start with psiballs. Psiballs are actually fucking fantastic and I wish the name wasn’t dodgy but hey here we are. They’re the best thing to practice with, honest to god. Complicated shit just complicates people’s shit and if they aren’t ready for it, it makes them worse, not better.

Wayfarer: I don’t think that’s a good place to start though. It’s good for getting an idea that these things are real, and that’s really important, for sure. We need to overcome that doubt. But what I think a lot of people do is they go straight to simple constructs and never develop a faculty for knowing where energy is.

Wayfarer: They can’t sense it well and so they can’t check what they’re doing. And then someone says “well you shouldn’t scan your own constructs anyways because you could be making it up you have to have someone else scan it” and everyone is paralyzed because they have to get other people to judge their shit and blah blah we’ve been over this a thousand times.

Wayfarer: Where a good place to start is… is meditation. Which leads to recognizing subtle energy in rooms. Which leads to psychometry. From psychometry, you an sense that objects can carry information on them. And that brings us to… how do those impressions get there?

Wayfarer: Well, automatically, from exposure to the energy field.

Wayfarer: And that usually has some conditions associated with it. If something is exposed to another energy field for a long time, it will usually pick up imprints from that energy field and integrate those imprints into its own field and now the 120 year old jewelry feels like grandma.

Flux: Is an energy field energy?

Wayfarer: Alternatively, a sudden extreme burst of energy can leave a pretty powerful imprint, both because it’s a really strong signal, and because the very nature of a burst tends to depatternize existing imprings.

Wayfarer: Yes. Energy is… kinda hard to talk about and it’s an abstract thing and we can’t measure it but it works pretty well and most people kinda intuitively know what we’re talking about. All objects (including people, etc.) have energy associated with it and usually a field of energy around the object kind of radiating out but I don’t want to use that because it’s not actually going anywhere and it implies decay etc.

Wayfarer: And that energy field carries consciousness- stuff and I think a pretty good argument could be made that energy is just consciousness-stuff, but it would just be sort of masturbatory conjecture.

Flux: Gotcha. Agreed with energy being a difficult thing to directly talk about.

Flux: My follow up was going to be, what imprints the field, but we can skip it.

Wayfarer: Right, well, what imprints the field is the … exchange of information in the field. I’m loathe to use scientific language here because I don’t think it’s quite like that, but it’s sort of how a metal exposed to a magnet for long enough will become a magnet.

Wayfarer: Or if the magnet is strong enough it can become a magnet. But it’s not really like that and I think it just confuses people a lot when we use sort of not-quite-right-but-almost-there examples that are scientific in nature, because we understand the science stuff pretty well and not so much the psi stuff.

Wayfarer: The short of it seems to be “consciousness” because the stuff that is imprinted onto objects is stuff people think about objects.

Chirotractor: Slam your face into silly putty and the putty looks like your face!

Wayfarer: Yeah pretty much that!

Wayfarer: I.e., grandma’s jewelry “feels like” grandma because it resonates with the same information that grandma did because it was always with her.

Flux: So consciousness is the first imprinter.

Wayfarer: Seems to be.

Wayfarer: I can’t say that definitively because fuck we can’t even define consciousness adequately really.

Flux: What’s consciousness? runs away

Flux: But yes. I get what you’re conveying, I think.

Wayfarer: Like, a lot of people out there are completely ready to say that consciousness comes from the brain but that’s only because when people’s brains stop working they don’t show signs of consciousness…but we can’t speak to their internal experiences, so…???

Wayfarer: There’s in fact no evidence that consciousness and the brain are actually related except that damaged brains seem to lead to damaged consciousness in predictable ways, but that’s far from certain and so consciousness studies are wild!

Wayfarer: But basically all energy seems to relate to consciousness in some way, with the less dense (astral) stuff being more readily shaped by it and the more dense (physical) stuff being less readily shaped by it, but certainly still shaped by it.

Wayfarer: And that’s actually important, because we know that imprinting happens automatically, but the reasonable next step from learning to read the impressions on things (psychometry) is learning to make the impressions on things.

Wayfarer: So there are a few broad principles I’ll describe. They aren’t every single principle, probably, but they’re a pretty good start.

Wayfarer: First principle is that impressions from denser to subtler form faster and easier than impressions from subtler to denser.

Wayfarer: Physical things will shape the energy fields around them faster than astral things will shape the physical things around them. Astral shapes may never actually shape the physical things around them because those physical things are also impressing onto the astral things at the same time. Because it’s not a one-way street.

Wayfarer: You put thing A next to thing B and they impress onto each other, with A taking on some information from B, and B from A, unless one of those is way more powerful, etc. It’s complicated, but it’s not unfamiliar, because our bodies work the same way.

Wayfarer: I.e., we have a physical body and it has an etheric body that is a subtler counterpart, we have emotions that we feel physically and that gives rise to emotions in the emotional-astral body, but if we have emotions in the emotional-astral that trickles down to the etheric and then to the physical as well.

Wayfarer: In a word, correspondence. As above, so below; as below, so above. Macro- and microcosms. Astral stuff corresponds to physical stuff and vice versa, right?

Flux: Sure.

Wayfarer: So, when imprinting things… physical proximity helps. I know this is a huge goddamn heresy but I’m gonna die on this hill. Yes, you absolutely can imprint things at a distance. Yes, you can absolutely imprint things at a distance just as well as you can in person. No, you don’t need to be there in person. Yes, you can even engage your etheric field when imprinting at a distance to use the same higher-density energy.

Wayfarer: But literally just putting your hand on a thing gives you a huge connection to it energetically because shit your physical body is literally imprinting onto it.

Wayfarer: lmao

Flux: That is heresy.

Wayfarer: There are absolutely people out there who will say I am a big dumb idiot for saying physical proximity helps with a psychic thing and to those people I say: okay, don’t come at me then, that is fine.

Rainsong: I’ll point out that many of the people who say that distance and size have no impact on psychic and/or psionic effects have not actually accomplished much in the way of such effects even close up and with small items

Flux: In my personal experience, I’ve had strong empathic responses to strangers that I was near. I can accept physical proximity is some kind of factor.

Wayfarer: But for real, physical proximity, very helpful. Because you can trivially engage your etheric body without having to project your consciousness and you have direct conscious access to the thing and it’s literally inside your astral field because you’re engaging actual senses which is a huge benefit, and then you have more senses than you would have visualizing it, and on and on. I’m not saying you can’t imprint literally just as well at a distance, but it’s a more specialized skill that requires way more practice and work.

Wayfarer: I wasn’t going to say as much Rainsong but I’m not gonna deny that either, haha

Flux: It’s also possible they are being hopeful.

Wayfarer: Okay, second thing: potency. More energy being exchanged is better. Kinda feebly sending things at something will eventually imprint it because literally just thinking about something a lot will imprint on it.

Flux: It’s a very common thing since psionics type people are also very often New Thought types.

Wayfarer: But we’re trying to do this quick and dirty like, so sending a lot of energy into the object, in a burst, will imprint on it pretty hard. This is what happens when people are, say, murdered or whatever. But we can do that with some practice. The practice will come later with grounding and centering which we probably won’t get to tonight but my takes on it are unique so tune in next time.

Wayfarer: Moving along, the next principle is keeping things out of the public eye.

Wayfarer: This comes back around to the consciousness thing. So let’s use an example to illustrate.

Wayfarer: I always meditate in the same chair, let’s say, so I’ve decided to make this my meditation chair. I imprint calm onto it, and when people sit in it it basically calms their energetic fields, slows everything down nicely, stabilizes the wobbly bits, and leaves them feeling calm. I can do this by just sitting in the chair being calm. I can also do it by imprinting calm willfully.

Wayfarer: But someone comes into my room and they see my chair. They probably are not thinking “oh, the meditation chair.”

Wayfarer: They are probably thinking “a chair.”

Wayfarer: And just projecting, well, normal shit at it with their consciousness.

Wayfarer: Now, it’s not a lot of normal shit. It’s pretty superficial. They’re not pushing hard on that. So if my imprint is really well established, it probably won’t matter. It’ll fix itself the first time I look at the chair and go “oh, the meditation chair.”

Wayfarer: Because I’ve shaped dense, etheric energy and not subtle whimsical astral energy.

Wayfarer: It’s not permanent, but it holds better.

Wayfarer: If someone sits in the chair while just completely enraged, that’s gonna do a lot worse, because they’re in the chair, their etheric field is pumping out rage, etc. If I’m actively maintaining the imprint it will probably hold; so like if I’m sitting them in the chair deliberately to calm them, right?

Wayfarer: But if a really pissed off guy breaks into my … meditation room… I guess… and decides to sit down…for some reason?? He’s gonna fuck up my imprints pretty likely. There’s stuff I can do to prevent that (programming stuff, for example, or shielding, which comes later as well) but left all the same it’s gonna get fucked up.

Wayfarer: But back to casual attention. The situation is this: I decide to imprint something onto a traffic sign.

Wayfarer: If I do that on the road sign that designates my street that sees 2 cars a day, probably not a big deal.

Wayfarer: If I decide to imprint an exit sign that sees 100,000 people a day go under it? That’s an awful lot of “nothing special here” that’s gonna be shitting on my imprints.

Wayfarer: I’ll probably need a psychotronic generator, or a radionics box, or to use an invisible construct or field rather than an object imprint, for whatever weird thing I’m trying to do.

Chirotractor: I know what I’m gonna do next time I have a bad day!

Wayfarer: Man leave my chair alone it’s not even real, it’s hypothetical for this example.

Wayfarer: Don’t fuck up my hypothetical chair.

Wayfarer: Rude.

Wayfarer: So, consciousness interacting with stuff can fuck its imprinting up. And that makes sense, because consciousness interacting with anything directs our astral body onto it and it arises in the astral body and so if someone’s thinkin’ about my chair they’re putting their astral body on my chair whether they are actually trying to do that or not, because that’s literally what the astral body is is “the body of all the conscioussness-stuff going on with someone”

Wayfarer: What that means practically is don’t wear your protective charm outside your clothes. And we see that with, for example, the Black Pullet, which straight up has a bunch of magical charms that you’re supposed to wear concealed (as well as a part you wear not concealed, which is intentional)

Wayfarer: Don’t imprint your reminder to take your insulin onto your extremely flashy necklace or whatever.

Wayfarer: Mundane objects get less consciousness-contact than outlandish objects that people are interested in, so those make better magical charms.

Flux: More controversial ideas!

Wayfarer: And, of course, extremely public places that millions of people interact with in a day are going to be really hard for one person to imprint on. Malls suck in part because lots of people walking around just means it’s really hard to keep your own field from picking up that agitating energy of motion, which is an imprint.

Chirotractor: this is my magical plain white shirt

Wayfarer: That’s not controversial at all, if it is people have gone fuckin’ nuts because I can’t think of a single magical tradition with any provenance at all that says flashy shit is better with the exception of ceremonial stuff where you want flashy bling shit, but that’s not because of the imprints on it, it’s because the bigass masonic amulet engages the mind symbolically, which is the goal.

Flux: I familiar with it as a recent phenomenon. Maybe since like the 70s or 80s.

Wayfarer: Like if you have a big flashy dagger for doing your Wicca stuff that’s good because everyone in the room sees the dagger and engages with it symbolically and you can just really direct energy down that athame or whatever. If you have a big flashy gold chain with “ignore me” imprinted on it that’s … not gonna work very well.

Flux: More like, focused attention will channel stuff into said object/symbol.

Wayfarer: It depends on the goals. Stuff you’re enchanting by imprinting you want to be not-attractive because people aren’t going to reinforce your imprinting, they’re going to project theirs. Stuff you want people to engage with because it draws energy or directs energy or engages with them on a symbolic level you want to be gaudy.

Flux: Most recent example would be meme basic magicks.

Wayfarer: Yeah, different application. If your thing has some kind of innate power, or programming or whatever that can use the energy being directed at it by attention, then you want it gaudy as hell. But you want to make that shit look outlandish and magical anyhow, so that people really lean into it.

Wayfarer: Meme magics are just repackaged approaches to Peter Carroll stuff and yeah that’s an example of a situation where you’re grabbing up the attention energy so you want that attention. The imprint on the meme isn’t the operative part there.

Flux: Eh, I think they kind of went their own route.

Wayfarer: Like you don’t imprint the meme energetically, you encode something symbolically into the meme itself so that a reader engages their mind in the way you want and gives you back that energy.

Flux: I’m big on chaos magic vs chaos majix like what you’d find on CMG.

Flux: Ha, if only that much thought was put into it. But I’m just being a grumpy old person.

Wayfarer: Operating on different levels, basically. Meme magics are absolutely working on a symbolic-consciousness level but not really through their energetic stuff…but you can feel their stuff energetically if you’re paying attention to that kind of thing which leads to


Wayfarer: Like, I think that more than any kind of meta-conceptual astral abstract zones is what makes a lot of websites impossible to read comfortably.

Wayfarer: The meta-conceptual astral abstract “chat spaces” though are absolutely a thing and come back around to consciousness and the astral body being not really separate and not really spatial. When we chat on the internet our astral bodies are contacting one another because our consciousnesses are engaging with one another. If 100 people are all doing that it turns into a mess but adding any kind of spatiality to it is an afterthought.

Flux: Couldn’t this apply to most of not all media?

Wayfarer: So, basically, if we want to imprint things, we want to: call up the thing we want to imprint in our own energetic body, and press that energy onto the energy of the other thing, either in a more dense way, or in a more powerful way, so that it leaves its mark on it.

Wayfarer: It absolutely does, yes, but the media is intermediary there. You’re talking to me and I’m talking to you. If we’re both watching a commercial for DODGE RAM TURCKS BIG TRUCKS DRIVE DRUCKS DODGE then we’re both engaging with that thing but not necessarily with one another.

Wayfarer: That is, DODGE RAM TRUCKS BIG DRIVE GOOD RUCK CARYR LOTS BIG DICK ENERGY DODGE is occupying both of our astral bodies but we’re not really occupying the space of that thing. We can though and that’s a kind of high order hijacking operation for meme magic blah blah and you do much better with that if you can culture jam at the same time and we’re suddenly doing Discordianism and we’re all members of the Situationist International and it’s the 1960s.

Flux: Ryan Loyd did a LS with Diagon Alley.

Wayfarer: For example I am not-so-subtly fucking with your perception of DODGE TRUCK DTIVE DODGE 4500 HORSE ROCKIES DOGE RAM forever if I’m obnoxious enough, and suddenly I own your perception of that brand forever.

Wayfarer: Right. So, imprinting is basically that. But it’s 7:40! And going into the next phase, which is “let’s move energy around in our bodies and then into objects and then out of our bodies” is next and that stuff is going to take a while longer. But I mentioned visualization in the title also so let’s talk about that real quick because that’s how we start with the imprinting thing.

Wayfarer: Visualization. That is a thing that we are all super familiar with. I was actually shocked to find out just a few months ago that there are people out there who can’t visualize and this blew my mind.

Wayfarer: Okay, first, a callback: all of the content that Emily Sadowski reviewed for her work on intuition development pedagogy (IDP) included 3 elements: meditation, attention exercises, and imaginative play.

Wayfarer: Meditation is meditation, check that box. Attention exercises are things like learning mindfulness, learning to pay attention to our bodily sensations, and so on. Check that box. Imaginative play though? Sounds like bullshit.

Wayfarer: Imaginative play is when we use mental imagery to do things and also when we try to have fun with it because if we take ourselves seriously while we’re trying to learn how to move invisible magic energy around we are being extremely dumb.

Wayfarer: Having fun with this stuff is critically important, and even Joe McMoneagle, whose book “Remote Viewing Secrets” could be basically summarized as “follow protocols and do not think you will be good,” acknowledges the importance of being able to laugh at the fact that we’re doing psychic shit and it is so completely weird and silly.

Wayfarer: But the play stuff aside, the imagination is actually what we’re interested in here. That’s right: visualization is imagination. There’s a slight nuance to the words here but it is what it is. (there’s my second, maybe third heresy)

Wayfarer: Visualization in and of itself is just calling up imagery in your head. That’s all it is. If you visualize energy moving around your body that means absolutely nothing. There’s no fancy definition of visualization that means it has encoded will or something, there’s nothing special about it that means it has intention behind it and makes stuff happen. You’re imagining something. But

Wayfarer: With the psychic energy bit, you’re imagining something you want to happen. You’re imagining something you want to do, and are capable of doing. You can visualize putting your hand behind your back. But you don’t have to do that to put your hand behind your back. You can just form the intention and do it.

Wayfarer: And you can do that with energy too! Straight up, I’ve been advocating for using proprioception with energy for many years. I think visualization works really well! It’s good! But it’s not the only way to direct energy around, and it’s not the best way. Just equal. You can use audiation if you want (visualization but with noises, musicians develop this!)

Wayfarer: So long as you can communicate to your unconscious mind what you want your energy field to be doing, you can do whatever you need to do.

Wayfarer: Visualization is not magic, it just communicates magic to you. But this is related to a question Rose asked last week. The reason why we can’t always do things immediately when we visualize it is that we actually need to practice two skills:

Wayfarer: We need to practice visualization (or audiation, or whatever – imagination, if you will) so that we can do more sophisticated operations; and we need to practice actually moving energy around so that we can actually get there. Then we pair those things, and the energy does what we’re visualizing.

Wayfarer: Improving visualization is a skill in and of itself. Like I said, a lot of people can’t even do this, they don’t even understand the concept.

Wayfarer: And it’s a really weird concept. Like, I tried to explain to a Tibetan the difference between imagination and visualization in Tibetan the other day, and this is extremely fucking hard to do without using circular definitions I will have you know.

Flux: Just to be clear, you’re saying people aren’t able to imagine stuff?

Wayfarer: I’m saying that there are people in the world who if you say “picture an apple here” they will say “okay” and then you can say “what does it look like?” and they will say “what do you mean?”

Flux: Oh. Huh, that’s surprising.

Wayfarer: Or you say “hear a C note” and they will say “what, no, there’s no note?” and be really fucking dumbfounded.

Wayfarer: I mean yeah it boggled my mind too to the point where I am not 100% sure I believe it but I have definitely met people who have struggled with the concept and it would make sense.

Flux: I believe you and them. I didn’t know that was a thing.

Wayfarer: So in tantric Buddhism we do a lot of visualization. But they don’t really use the word visualize, they use the word “meditate” and it leads to complications. The distinction generally is that if you imagine something there, you’re acknowledging it’s not actually there. But if you are doing magical stuff, you actually are putting it there, like it’s there because you’re placing it there with your consciousness.

Wayfarer: And this is a tough concept for people for sure, because outside magic traditions in the West we don’t really have a thing for this. Memory palaces I guess would be the main thing and those aren’t really mainstream.

Flux: And they are generally viewed as mnemonic devices and not existent.

Wayfarer: So visualization is something to be practiced. And you practice it by doing more and more complicated visualizations. Not in terms of 1000 moving parts, but in terms of having really good detail on the thing. This is where I’m gonna fall back to some Tibetan wisdom. Because if you’re visualizing a deity in front of you, (or in real translation, placing a deity in front of you, or arising a deity in front of you) it can be really hard to picture with perfect clarity.

Wayfarer: But you need clarity to help establish the reality of it, because it’s important to recognize that the thing is real, and it’s also important (for this particular application) that the visualization be pure because you’re about to stuff a deity in there.

Wayfarer: (particular to tantric rituals, you first make a visualized body for the deity then stuff the actual deity into the visualized body so it’s there both through your projection of form and also in essence, blah blah details that aren’t necessary)

Wayfarer: So rather than just kinda visualizing a big blob of blurry crap, you choose a very small detail and picture it.

Wayfarer: A Buddha’s toe, for example. Get a really good image of the toe and just focus on that. You know the rest is there, but you can’t handle the whole Buddha in your brain without it being a blurry mess with no detail, so just focus on the small part.

Wayfarer: With energy stuff that would get weird, but it works. If a visualization exercise says “build a stone tower” but your brain is bad at visualizing, well, practice; but also, maybe just focus on the stone you’re placing, and don’t try to hold the whole thing in your head.

Wayfarer: That improves the actual skill at visualization. You just visualize a lot of stuff, and try to add increasingly fine detail. It is way better to visualize an apple that looks exactly like an actual physical apple than it is to be able to visualize an entire theme park but it looks like crap and you can only describe the part you’re paying attention to.

Chirotractor: WRT ‘putting a thing somewhere’ in ASL there’s a thing I think called anchoring where a person might fingerspell a strange word and then put it somewhere in the room so that when they need the word again they just point to where they left it.

Wayfarer: Crowley suggests doing whirling mandalas with moving shapes and shit in one of his books and that’s fine but that’s pretty advanced stuff and maybe start with, you know, an apple. Or a book that you’re familiar with, and making sure the cover is really clear.

Wayfarer: Anchoring or identifying, yeah. I don’t remember which is which, I think identifying is when you put a concept in a place and anchoring is when you put a known person in a location so you can use them as a reference? I dunno I did ASL in college but that was fuck I am so old

Wayfarer: lmao

Wayfarer: That was a decade ago jesus

Chirotractor: I’m using third hand information so your guess is better than mine

Wayfarer: My wife doesn’t remember either but yeah

Wayfarer: What he’s referring to is in ASL if you’re talking about something that isn’t physically present you can sign it out and then point to a location and you use a little motion like putting a box down and that means “put this concept here”

Wayfarer: And for the rest of the conversation you point to that place in space so that you can use the ASL equivalent to pronouns, instead of having to sign the concept out.

Flux: That’s pretty neat.

Wayfarer: And it’s really good and cool, and a good example of putting something somewhere. And when you do that it does actually leave an energetic signature, but faint, and when you take tests you can totally cheat that way.

Wayfarer: So, you strengthen visualization by practicing finer detail on things you know about. The cover of a book you’ve seen a hundred times. A room in your house. An apple, but like, an actual specific apple, and not the mental clipart of an apple. Someone’s face. And you practice getting very detailed with that. And what that will help with is helping you to mobilize in your mind what you want to accomplish.

Wayfarer: But that’s only part of the thing, because on its own that just means you’ll be really good at visualizing, and does absolutely nothing for energy work.

Wayfarer: For energy work, you need to get good at moving energy. Which comes………. next time.

Chirotractor: Curse you and your cliffhangers!

Scelana: That asl thing seems pretty nifty Sorry I’ve not said much, didn’t get in much sleep today so been mostly just reading the lecture instead of saying much

Rainsong: Thanks for the seminar, Wayfarer 🙂

Flux: Quick question that’s more about your lectures vs this lecture, would you prefer questions and comments at set times or sprinkled throughout?

Scelana: Thxies for the lecture Wayfarer I’m hoping that I am able to be more awake during the next one hehe

Flux: And yes, as always, thanks for taking the time to give us a lecture.

Wayfarer: Sprinkled throughout is fine. So you know the process, I am basically just talkin’ here extemporaneously, but it helps me to clarify stuff I’ve either recently written or am about to write.

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