Main Disc. Thread - Mind's Eye Q


#164

The Middle Pillar from Israel Regardie and Initation Into Hermetic’s by Franz Bardon is what you need.


#165

FYI, I am left handed… just sayin’…


#166

Got it. Thanks.


#167

Makes sense, you have good humor and creativity. Not to mention your receptivity to these subjects, most logical people will simply dismiss them, these will include famous scientists, psychologists, doctors, etc. All of those who still think and use logic, instead of the infinite intelligence of our minds.


#168

If you’re interested I have pdf’s for you, get yourself an E-Reader and Quantum Limitless Stage 3 and you should be good to go.


#169

That would be great. I already have an E-Reader and Quantum Limitless Stage 3 :nerd_face:


#170

Lefties unite. I’m just nosily snooping.


#171

This thread aint Mind’s Nose Q :rofl:


#172

@Sirchiropractixalot

This book also comes highly recommended. It’s a good idea to read it first before jumping in as it 1) requires quite a commitment but 2) is harmful if left incomplete.

kabbalah


#173

Thanks for the recommendation!

Now, who’s going to recommend the Book of Vishanti to me?


#174

http://doctorstrange.com.nu/#questions-and-comments

Here you go. Let me know if you need anything else.


#175

:open_mouth:

Is this your website?


#176

No it isn’t :smile: I know for a fact that Hermit isn’t 45 years old


#177

Friday, run full Identification Exposure Protocol on The Ancient One…


#178

What have your experiences with ME been so far? I already shared alot but I saw little from others


#179

That would fulfill my Good Will Hunting goals


#180

Another thing I have noticed this far is that my mind is about to become a “3D-engine for physical simulations” like the engines used for game development.
For example when I imagine a heavy ball floating in midair and when I “let go” off it, it drops as hard as it would in real life, and when it touches the ground it would not bounce off but have a heavy impact on the ground and then roll to the side.

That’s a good example. I can also do this with comparisons. I can put this ball and an orange in midair and let both of them fall at the same moment and watch how the ball drops to the ground like a stone while the orange needs a split second more time to reach the ground. This reminded me of Armstrong’s experiment on the moon, where he would drop a hammer and a feather. When I thought of that, the orange behaved as if it was on the moon, physically speaking.

So tl;dr: I got my own physics engine in my mind.


#181

You are fast turning into Nikola Tesla my friend.


#182

Ironically, I was always the worst in physics :sweat_smile:


#183

Oh btw the same happens when I imagine smashing objects to a wall, for example a banana.
I can just throw it and watch it burst and then I can stop the time and see all the particles frozen in the air.
It’s really cool to observe.
Have you tried some visualization exercises with Mind’s Eye?