[quote=“Musta_Krackish, post:4, topic:2480”]I’ve actually tried doing this with simple shapes like circles and triangles but I can’t hold the image long enough to project it.
Do I need to clearly see it with my minds eye or can I just picture it like I would if I was recalling someone or someplace?
Am I making this too complicated?
By the way,do you have any thoughts on the visions I received Lady Eva?[/quote]
Just try imagining say Elvis, doing a song, don’t make it too complicated (you already got that covered above) - the reason I’m saying him is he’s fairly simple to see, even if you don’t get all the details right if you get the hair and the sneer, white clothes, and the dance, you got an image of him that’s not going to be mistaken for Mick Hucknall or Steve McQueen or someone.
Don’t worry about whether it’s like recalling something real, or in your minds eye - our memories aren’t like photogrpahic film, every time we “recall” something we’re actually in effects re-writing our own memory of it, instead of taking a preserved image from an archive, so me imagining say my dead granny is actually me RE-image-ing her based on the perceptions I have left, it’s a NEW mental creation and not a stored one, if that makes sense?
Have a quick look at the first page of this for more: http://science.howstuffworks.com/life/inside-the-mind/human-brain/human-memory.htm
I’m too tied up in an operation of my own at the mo to be able to intuit much of what your visions were about, and I don’t want to offer you guesswork, but I think just stay with the “keep it simple” theme and at this point, don’t be over-analytical about what you got instead. You saw something, that’s a start.
Things I’ve struggled with in the past have gone on to become great strengths for me, probably because I had to work harder on them instead of having them fall into my lap (naturally talented people often hit a wall in all fields because they don’t believe they have to work at a task) so you having trouble with this is in NO way a bad thing, or a marker that you’re always going to struggle.
I’m not saying that to be nice, I’m saying it from my own experience and the fact that London for example is full of really talented people (artists, muicians, writers) drawing minimum wage in shitty jobs because the one thing they excel at effortlessly won’t make them a wage, and they have no conception of having to work at something, coming up from behind, because they expect natural talent to step in and save the day. So to paraphrase those adverts about financial products, “past performance is no indicator of future success or accomplishment.”