[quote=“succupedia, post:1, topic:7318”]When we communicate with our spirits, the most common way to go, isn’t the physical energies. Instead we’re talk about the visual and the audible. To see and to hear. In my world, that’s very limiting.
With the ability to feel and sense energies and it’s different manifestations, you can learn much more from it, than with the ability to hear and see. And it is just a valid source for communication like the other two, with the biggest difference that it has much more layers to it.[/quote]
you’re onto something profound here. kinesthesia is your main form of communication both internally, and with the external and invisible worlds. the secondary communication form is verbal auditory, using your pharynx. knowing what i know now, those are two of the most important areas you need to train for effective spirit communication. the only thing i can think of that is more important to train, is energy breathing.*
in esoteric hypnotism and mesmerism, energy moves through your nervous system and flows both out of and into you through the parts of your body with the most nerve endings. that is how your body communicates with reality and paranormal forces. so kinesthesia is very important for spirit communication.
again, energy moves both in and out of your body through your extremity nerve bundles, which is how you communicate with the worlds of mind and matter. there are two ways of doing this: via mesmerism (sending internally-generated energy through your nerve endings), or the laying on of hands to receive informaton.
if you’ve ever seen any of the sensory homunculus you see in visual form the most important extremities for sending internally-generated energy out into the world, or receiving it from your environment. here are your communicating modality points, which are the areas on your body where you both send and receive hypnotic and mesmeric energy with the most power. by far the most important are your voice (your pharynx and lips) for sending communications, and your hands (especially thumbs and fleshy parts of your palms, but also your fingers) mostly for receiving external energy but also for sending internally-generated energy out (passives and actives).
training these areas develop your psi because the different terminal nerves control your modalities (your optic nerve controls your visuals, your vestibulocochlear nerve controls your hearing, your olfactory nerve controls your sense of smell, and your trigeminal nerve controls your gustatory sense). their corresponding submodalities are variations of the impulses generated by your nerves. ALL of these modalities can be read through your kinesthetic modality, or your nerves and intuition. and all of them are processed by your solar plexus, which is your kinesthetic brain.
concentrating on these modalities’ neural impressions gives trances that offer the ability to predict movements. if you’ve ever seen a wing chun fighter close their eyes and ‘see’ their opponents’ next move by countering it in hundredths of a second, you are seeing how hypersensitivity translates to sight. that is why bruce lee (who trained wing chun under ip man) was so blindingly fast. similarly, the concert violinist jascha heifetz could play the violin faster than recorded mics or cameras could pick up his sound. he used his kinesthetic focus to go into trance, at which point his inner ear could imagine sounds that had not yet taken place, and he responded to those sound predictions by playing in time with them, and the result is in the real world, he sped up and played faster than everyone else, and perfectly in tune. again hypersensitivity, but aural. even though it is fictional, darth vader pointing his thumbs and fingers and sending ‘the force’ out to others is an example of him extending his kinesthesia out of his body, and believe it or not, that IS possible through mesmerism. here is an example of what it looks like in real life. trance-triggered hypersensitivity is the skill of using kinesthesia to regulate all other modalities and their submodalities to a great degree. when done properly, that is the hypnotic phenomenon you use to train your psychic power.
energy circulates through your nervous plexi, which are the hypnotic/mesmeric version of chakras. here and here are examples of what hypnotic chakras would look like; the red circles are where your nervous plexi bundle up and the orange circles are where your plexi are either surrounding your gastrointestinal system, or located on the inside of your spine, forming highways for the movement of energy and neural messages throughout your body.** that’s why nlp practitioners say ‘you can’t not communicate’; if you have any lifeforce moving through your body, you have corresponding neural messages and commands moving along with that energy. the life that moves through you is literally speaking to you, and it moves along your nerves.
this is a great thread with very important information. thank you for writing it, reading it has helped me put a lot of important concepts together in a way that now i am beginning to understand them properly.
[i]* i didn’t mention trancework because it is implicit in kinesthesia - it is a natural byproduct of holding a steady focus on any form of neural impression. if you focus on any vakog, you will naturally go into trance, or can be led into trance by any good hypnotist. the nervous impression is more important than your meditation or concentration, so in that way, a lot of magicians training for spiritual communication are doing it backwards.
** for comparison, here is the esoteric anatomy of the kabbalist body of light, the hindu chakra body, and the tcm meridian body.[/i]