THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CHANNELER or I DIDN'T ASK FOR THIS
The LAST thing that Leslie Lecron ever intended was for his book to be associated with psychic phenomena. Yet, in his book, I discovered all the tools necessary to open the door to psychic development.
I had been fascinated by the concept of reincarnation since I first read of it in 1972. Subconscious communication via the pendulum quickly opened that door. I found out that my subconscious was literally eager to "talk" about previous existences.
The practice of deep hypnosis started to build a bridge to the distant past and although I wasn't aware of it at the time, to start the process of developing abilities that I didn't realize I had.
The pendulum was great. It was easy to use and I developed a method to reduce conscious interference, or distortion, of the answers. I also developed the ideo motor finger responses where your subconscious raises a different fingers for yes and no. However, Lecron mentioned a more involved method of subconscious communication that he said was very difficult to develop: automatic writing. I was intrigued. The thought of my hand writing by itself, or under subconscious control, was exciting. So, I decided to develop it.
I quickly found out that Lecron had not exaggerated the difficulty of developing automatic writing. I followed his directions carefully. Set aside the same time every evening (mine was 7:30 pm) and practice for 20 minutes. Hold the pen and let your hand and arm relax. I did this night after night for days with absolutely no movement.
Two weeks passed with no results. I was determined as I have a stubborn streak. I did notice an occasional electric tingle in my arm. I also discovered that I was really tired after 20 minutes. Now how can you get tired when you are sitting down relaxing?
After a few more days, I got a little movement. One night, in very tiny script, my name was written. Then nothing again for days. I had been encouraged when my name had written by itself though and I persisted.
One night, something different happened. It had been at least a month of nightly practice. I had started the practice and felt the tingling sensation. Then all at once, the pen began to move, drawing vigorous, overlapping circles. It filled up the paper with overlapping circles of all diameters. I stopped and replaced the paper. Again, the circles until the overlapping lines were densely packed. Another sheet with the same results. I believe I filled up four pages that night until the 20 minutes was completed. I was real tired after the 20 minutes but I was excited. I didn't get writing but I did get "something."
The writing did not begin immediately but had started 10 or so minutes into the practice session. When the pen began to move, it was a strong movement and I wasn't doing it. I didn't understand the circles. Based on my interpretation of Lecron's book, I assumed that perhaps the subconscious needed to learn to write like I had consciously learned. You see, I thought this was my subconscious writing. However, the development took off in an unexpected direction.
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