To learn to use your right brain hemisphere when you are visualizing and imagining, practice at your level.
The best kind of practice is to work health cases, as you learned to do in the final portion of the ESP training.
To help you get the idea of what we are doing, we use. a model of left-brain/right-brain functioning, as follows:
When you are at your level and visualizing and imagining (thinking about what things look like), you are impressing those experiences on both your left and your right brain hemispheres.
Notice what we do with the Memory Pegs.
First, you peg thirty items at beta, with the left hemisphere. Then at your level, your lecturer guides you to review them so that your experiences are now transferred to and stored on your right brain hemisphere.
This happens because when you are at your level, at the alpha level, there is a connection with the right brain hemisphere. You are synchronizing the two brain hemispheres
The first thing you do in the ESP training is to recall experiences already stored on your left brain hemisphere.
You recall these stored experiences at your level, and you transfer them to your right brain hemisphere. Then the next thing you do is use your imagination to sense information with your subjective senses, with your right brain hemisphere, and you store these new experiences on both brain hemispheres.
In the ESP training, when you project into your living room wall, into the metals, into the leaves and to the pet, you are storing experiences on your right brain hemisphere.
When you study human anatomy from a psychic point of view you do the same thing. You recall a relative or friend and, while at your level, transfer these memories – this stored information – to your right brain hemisphere.
Then you sense information subjectively and store this on both brain hemispheres.
Now you have points of reference on your right brain hemisphere that you will use when working health cases of people you do not know.
When you begin working health cases, you begin with information on your right brain hemisphere, using your subjective (psychic) senses, and you transfer it to your left brain hemisphere when you describe to your orientologist the things that you are sensing.
You might have noticed that after doing a mental training exercise, you do not talk about your experiences immediately afterwards.
However, it is all right to talk about those experiences after you have gone through at least one sleep and dream cycle. You want to have this time so that while you are sleeping, your brain can properly file away the new information.
Talking about it before you have had a chance to sleep on it is like digging up a seed. You need time to internalize it.
But working health cases is different.
Since you are reporting on information that comes to you subjectively, experiences that are impressed first on your right brain hemisphere, then the process of reporting these experiences helps transfer the information to the left brain hemisphere also.
This is one of the reasons it is important to tell your orientologist everything that you think of or experience while working cases.
In the beginning, if you desire to use your right brain hemisphere, you must enter your level and call on the experiences you have already stored on your right brain hemisphere as you went through the Silva ESP training.
But as you store more and more experiences on your right brain hemisphere, an interesting phenomenon takes place:
You begin to develop the ability to use both brain hemispheres without closing your eyes (provided your vision is defocused) and without having to use the standard 3 to 1 method to enter your level.
Your brain automatically dips into alpha approximately thirty times every minute. This is true for all people, whether they are Silva graduates or not.
The brain stays at alpha for only a very short period of time, but this time can be very useful if you have points of reference to work with on the right brain hemisphere.
With practice, you can learn to make those brief trips to alpha last longer.
If you have not stored any experiences on your right brain hemisphere, which you do by visualizing and imagining while at the alpha level, then you will be unable to do any right-brain thinking during these brief trips to alpha, because you do not have any points of reference to guide you.
But after you have stored experiences with your right brain hemisphere, you can then begin to develop the ability to use your right brain hemisphere for thinking when your brain dips into alpha for those fractions of a second.
You can sense information with your subjective senses when your brain dips into alpha, but only if you have points of reference (experiences) on your right brain hemisphere to guide you, and you learn to recognize that special feeling of being at alpha and stay longer than that brief instant.
You can program for things you desire with your right brain hemisphere when your brain dips into alpha, but only if you have points of reference (experiences) on your right brain hemisphere to guide you, and you learn to recognize that special feeling of being at alpha and stay longer than that brief instant.
That is why it is important to practice all of the Silva techniques, especially case working. You want to store as many experiences as possible using your right brain hemisphere, not only visualizing and imagining, but sensing information and programming for your desired end results.
Know What Is Important
Now we are back to where we started: visualization and imagination.
When you practice thinking about what things look like while you are at your level and are using your right brain hemisphere, you are doing exactly what is necessary to bring about the results you desire.
A person who is not a Silva graduate can practice visualizing and imagining all day long, can have extremely clear imagery, but still get very poor results if they are using only the left brain hemisphere and they do not know how to enter the alpha level and make points of reference on the right brain hemisphere.
A Silva graduate who practices going to level and thinking about what things look like, who practices the techniques, and practices case working, will develop the ability to achieve any goals because the Silva graduate is using both brain hemispheres.
There are several ways you can take the Silva ESP training and develop your ESP:
- In-person seminars.
- Live webinar.
- Recorded webinar.
- Online Learning
- Some of our new books include the ESP Training.