A Psychic Way to Deal With Putin – Consciousness Unbound

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I was once traveling through Oaxaca, Mexico, when I bumped
into a pale fellow American.  I
should say he approached me, and politely asked for some money. When I gave him
a few dollars, he thanked me and shook my hand.  His handshake was firm but his hand was ice cold—it was a very
hot day.


“So how did you wind up here, down and out?,” I asked.   His face broke into a faint
smile.  “Do you really want to know?”
he replied, and began to tell me how he got stranded in Oaxaca, and it turned
out to be a very strange story—part of which contained something I did not want
to believe. 


I don’t recall the American’s name, but he was quick to
admit he was hunting down the famous magic mushrooms of ancient Mesoamerica that
grew wild thereabouts.  He was in
an altered state one afternoon, he said, and passed by a small run down house
with an outdoor shower visible to the side.  At the moment he passed he noticed a woman immersed in
taking a shower. Her long black hair and dripping naked body riveted his attention
and he stood there frozen, feasting on the epiphany of the naked showering woman.
  At a certain point, he broke
loose from his trance and proceeded on his way.


Although he didn’t know it, the woman he had just spied on
for a cheap thrill, had been aware of him gawking at her in the shower.  It would be a while before the American
would come to realize it. But that night when he climbed into bed and felt
himself on the edge of sleep, it began. Suddenly, he felt something crawling up
his left arm—and then something on his chest.  He turned on the light and was terrified to see several
scorpions on him and then saw little black worms crawling between his toes and felt
something on his face.  


This was the beginning of a hallucinogenic assault that was
coming from outside himself. The effect on his health was shattering.  Eventually, he was befriended by a
local Christian minister who explained that the woman he had looked at in the
outdoor shower was a notable witch who caused his hallucinations.  It was a case of psychic attack.  It was a  slow process lifting the spell, and the American was convinced
it  was caused by the
devil-inspired witch he had gaped at in the shower.


Can one person really wreak havoc on another human psyche—at
a distance–a force that goes through all physical barriers?    Milarepa, the
great Tibetan mystic, admits that he began his career as a sorcerer, and
describes how he raised storms to destroy people who had dishonored his mother.


It was hard to believe that some human beings can psychically
influence the minds and bodies of other people at a distance.  In time I was to find such things are
in fact quite real and possible.   I could go on about aboriginal men of high degree noted
for their ability to sing people to death.  This negative potential shouldn’t surprise us because we
have  evidence for positive psychic
powers such as supernormal healings. 
There’s an analogy with normal science which serves life in medicine but
also serves death with its military technology.


Now to the point about Vladimir Putin who as I write is
waging a murderous war against Ukraine, one man that has his hands gripped on
the throat of the world, and on his vast country with all its people hypnotized,
mystified, and terrified into robotic suicidal obedience.


The image of this small man with a pedestrian face holding
all of Russia at bay as he directs his conflicted military apparatus to kill
their own neighbors,  women,
children, hospitals, homes is sickening. 
Call it genocide, crimes against humanity, whatever. Everything about
this psychotic killer suggests he will not back down. And he’s been waving his
atomic arsenal at NATO and the U.S.


Is there a way to slip past the no doubt numerous powerful
barriers to the physical presence of this paranoid monster?  Perhaps we could find for the job a new
witch of Oaxaca or a reformed Milarepa to perform the necessary ministrations,
whatever it would take to stop the carnage. There is plenty of evidence that especially
in certain group settings influence across space and time becomes


Now there must be millions of human beings exasperated by
the spectacle of this insane Russian gangster conducting his criminal
obliteration of anybody who opposes him. 
It might turn out to be an historic experiment: millions joining their
minds all over the planet at appointed times.  Now, the physicist Helmut Schmidt, based on his PK
experiments, has explained the best way to succeed in a mind over matter
experiment.  Don’t analyze, or
calculate; just think of the goal, the final effect you’re aiming for.  You have to feel as if  has already been realized.


In the case of the morally demented Putin, there would be a
problem.  What would be the
approach?  What would millions of
people who want to stop this criminal  have to do to make a difference? What goal or end-state must
we fervently imagine?  Recall, the
assumption is that the  group power
can be negative or positive.  If
positive, the strategy would be to see, will, imagine Putin  changed in heart, touched, moved,
humbled—inspired with real feelings of  humanity.


If negative, what you imagine is very simple; you put all
your consciousness into the image of the man in a coffin. It could become part
of  daily meditation, one might try
 sketching a few skulls, a
plaintive tune might help.  And you
could dwell on the lovely alliteration of dead
Vlad, Vlad dead
, repeat before and after every meal.  But with heart, dear reader. With

Source: The Anomalist

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