Dedicated to the Nelson’s – Tim, Kris, Ryan, Cory and Lindsey. Laughter is the best medicine when going through a crisis. I hope this makes them laugh. I mean, it is pretty ridiculous!
“We practiced walking through walls yesterday.”
“I wrote the handbook on that,” Tim smiled.
Lindsey rubbed the purple bump on her forehead.
“The key is to know it’s possible,” Tim continued.
Lindsey nodded yes. She lifted the small, golden trophy cup to her lips and sipped her red wine. “Did you pick these up at the dollar store?” Lindsey teased. The brown base stood firmly on the table as she set it down. The platform read ‘#1 Trophy Winner, 2013’.
Tim grumbled. He took his trophies seriously. The crew down at the station had given it to him as a retirement gift. Every time his co-workers would come over they would tease Tim about his cupboards full of those golden cups.
“Kris Nelson!” Lindsey squealed and pointed. The black cat was drinking wine out of Tim’s trophy. The brown base of his trophy read, “#1 Mind Reader, 1986’.
Tim chuckled. “It’s okay, Kris Nelson likes red wine.” As he petted the slender, black cat, her back curved up, taking in the massage. She finished drinking and then climbed onto Tim’s massive shoulder. Her soft purrs buzzed in his ear as she licked her paws. Tim was fit for his age as his wide shoulders narrowed to the point of a V-shape at his waist. His six pack abs were the envy of the crew at the station. Tim’s bulging arms stretched the sleeves of his black LOL cat t-shirt. The cat’s bright eyes stared out of the photo and kindly asked, ‘please pass the ketchup’ as a tiny mouse scurried away.
Even though Tim had a big, tough exterior, he had the heart of a koala bear. For a charity event, he had once laid nearly naked on a dining table and let a room full of petite women eat sushi off his fit body. It was in Tim’s nature to help those in need, no matter what the request.
“I need your help,” Lindsey paused. She smoothed the top of her shaved head, her arm muscles stretched the seams her pink t-shirt that read ‘Save the Baby Tees’. A graphic of a tiny, capped sleeve t-shirt was printed under the words.
“I knew there was more to your visit,” Tim nodded and smoothed the top of his shaved head. No problem was too big.
“It’s big,” Lindsey commented.
“Yeah, yeah,” Tim yawned.
“Ryan’s lost his mind and needs help finding it.” Lindsey sputtered the words out quickly.
“Oh dear gawd!” Tim gasped. Kris Nelson sat up on his shoulder and stared at Lindsey.
Lindsey’s eyes popped wide open. Her hand went to her mouth. “I know, I know,” she whispered through her fingers.
“I thought you were going to ask me for the recipe for my double kick ass barbeque sauce,” Tim whispered. “I’m off on my game.” That was the reading he got when Lindsey arrived. It wasn’t like he tried to read minds. The thoughts randomly popped into his head and he paid attention to them.
“No, you aren’t . . .I’d like that, too,” Lindsey replied.
Tim paused. “Not again,” he muttered. “I told him . . .”
“Carrot sticks and hummus?” Cory sashayed into the room carrying a platter of food. Her flowered skirt danced at her thighs as her long blonde hair flowed to the middle of her back. She kissed Kris Nelson on the head and then sat at the table. “Uh uh,” she reached for the cream puff that Tim was about to bite into. His eyes were glazed over and she recognized the look of mindless, stress eating. She had been his housekeeper for years. “These,” she pushed the carrot tray in front of him. He furrowed his brow. “Don’t get mad at me, you don’t want your chin to get any bigger, do you?” Cory commented. Tim’s elongated chin with a perfect dimple in the center, matched his chiseled face. A minute on the grin, a lifetime on the chin, Cory would tease him when he ate too much.
Tim stared through the framed photos of him and Kris Nelson hanging on the wall in front of him. “Oh dear, what did you ask him to do?” Cory raised an eyebrow at Lindsey.
“I’m retired,” Tim responded.
Lindsey took a deep breath. “It’s not like last time.”
“Isn’t there a pill for that?” Tim asked.
“It’s not in his house . . . he lost it somewhere around Omaha,” Lindsey continued.
“You know, a pill you can take if you lose your mind?” Tim muttered.
Cory nodded yes. Her blue eye shadow glittered under the large disco ball above the table. Tim hosted disco night every third Thursday of the month.
“He really needs you,” Lindsey argued.
“Good luck with that . . . let me know how it turns out.” Tim chugged his wine. Lindsey put her elbows on the table and then leaned her face into her hands. She farted real loud. Cory giggled into the palm of her delicate hand.
“It won’t stink,” Lindsey commented. It was common for Lindsey to let out scentless farts when stressed.
“Tim,” Cory purred, “you turn down a challenge?” She winked at Lindsey.
“Ryan’s lost his mind and needs help finding it,” Lindsey whispered to Cory.
Oh, Cory cleared her throat. She dabbed her red lipstick with a napkin and paused. “You turn down a challenge?” She repeated herself, a little softer now.
“Kris Nelson and I leave for Mexico tomorrow . . .maybe when I get back, if he still hasn’t found it.”
“Remember, I had to re-book your flight for next week . . . you have a speaking engagement, uniting the Hula Hoop Society with the Lutheran Choral Group . . .then you can go. You have time.” Cory raised an eyebrow. “I don’t know if anyone has ever found their mind in a week.” She eyed Lindsey.
“You could be the first!” Lindsey exclaimed.
Tim pursed his lips, curious about the challenge. He paused. “No, no, no . . . no way, never, not again.”
“I don’t know . . . did you know that feather boas are back in style?” Ryan whipped the teal feather boa around his neck.
“Any clue . . . anything will help,” Tim pressed. “Give him the chalk.” He was standing in Ryan’s living room, trying to get to the bottom of where Ryan was when he lost his mind. Pinpointing the day and time was proving a challenge.
“Which color?” Cory teased.
“Black?” Ryan scratched his head.
Tim rolled his eyes. How would black chalk show up on a chalkboard? The situation was worse than last time.
“It’s not a time to be cute,” Lindsey furrowed her brow at Cory. “Don’t ask him questions like that right now,” she whispered. Cory and Lindsey sat in the colorful, plastic ball pit in Ryan’s living room. It wasn’t unusual to catch Ryan sitting in the ball pit because he made his millions off the game. His invention of animal patterned, plant-based eco balls allowed him to quit his job down at the station. They knew they were in deep trouble when Ryan came to the door wearing leopard print, plastic balls and a feather boa.
Tim stood next to a chalkboard wall in front of the ball pit. Kris Nelson rested on his shoulder as he tapped the chalkboard. She licked and cleaned her black paws. Omaha street maps of Ryan’s favorite places were scrawled in chalk on the blackboard. “Ryan, can you mark the places where you’ve been?” Tim handed Ryan white chalk.
“Please pass the salt,” Ryan commented as he almost put the chalk into his mouth.
“No!” Lindsey squealed. Ryan dropped the chalk and put his hands up.
“I have no weapons, officer!” Ryan shouted.
“I know . . . sorry Ryan,” Lindsey whispered as she handed him another piece of chalk. “Now where were you?” She smiled warmly at Ryan. Ryan smiled back. His gold front tooth glistened in the sunshine filtering through the floor to ceiling windows. He had the gold installed into his mouth the last time he lost his mind.
Ryan walked up to the chalkboard and then started outlining the elaborate henna tattoo on his arm. “Oh dear,” Cory muttered as she nibbled on carrot sticks. “We might have gotten here too late.”
Lindsey farted. Cory giggled.
Tim’s mind was clouded as he was trying to decide which swim trunks to pack for his trip to Mexico. This was unlike his usual focused, competitive self. He really thought he could coast through retirement, that he would slowly dissipate away from the life he once led and into a life of leisure. But he found that people had come to rely on him. He was busier than ever with client’s leaning on his wisdom.
“I have to go, it’s tee time,” Tim tapped the face of his watch.
“What?!” Lindsey scowled.
“No,” Cory muttered.
“But the guys are at the golf course waiting for me,” Tim explained. His phone buzzed with text messages. “What?” He scrolled through the messages. “Why is everyone canceling?” Tim narrowed his eyes on Lindsey and Cory. He felt trapped.
“It’s snowing,” Cory commented and pointed at the window. Giant, fluffy snowflakes fell from the sky.
“Jeez, only in Omaha . . .eighty degrees one day and snowing the next.” Tim rubbed his head.
“What’s wrong? You used to be driven by challenges,” Cory responded.
“I don’t know,” Tim whispered. “Maybe I’m too old.”
“You’ve got to be kidding,” Lindsey huffed.
Kris Nelson jumped off Tim’s shoulder and meandered towards the wall as her tail floated and flitted in the air. Her little kitty butt swayed back and forth. She walked right through the wall and into Ryan’s bedroom. Tim scratched his long chin. She had taught him how to walk through walls years ago. What was Kris Nelson up to? They all sat there silently for a few moments.
“What’s my name?” Ryan asked. He sat on the floor with a laptop computer.
“What are you doing?” Lindsey leaned over from the ball pit to look at the computer screen. Her mouth dropped open in horror. “We’ve got to find Ryan’s mind!” She grabbed the computer. “He almost donated two million dollars to the Feathered Hair Foundation.” They all watched as Ryan worked a comb through his bleached blonde hair, brushing it back in a winged fashion.
“I think he’s fallen back into the 1980s,” Cory commented.
“That’s it!” Tim shouted. Just then Kris Nelson rounded the corner with a ticket stub in her mouth. She dropped it in Tim’s burly hand. “Confirmed!” He held the ticket high in the air.
Lindsey and Cory stared at Tim.
“He was in the warehouse district on the day he lost his mind . . .for the Utterly Rad Ravin’ Rock Show. He loves vintage rocks.” Tim pointed around the room at the white pedestals with glass covers holding individual rocks. Lights from the ceiling shined down on each case. “No wonder he missed disco night . . . Ryan would have to be out of his mind to miss disco night.“
Ryan stood up and removed one of the glass covers. He picked up the stone. “This one is hematite from a vacation in 1986,” Ryan commented as he tried to chew on the stone. Tim grimaced as Ryan licked it. “Tastes like chicken!”
“An art show opening?” Cory asked the lady at the door. She turned to Lindsey. “Ryan’s mind could be here?” They had made the trek down to the warehouse district right after figuring out where Ryan had been when he lost his mind. It seemed that overnight the warehouse district had changed from empty buildings to a bustling part of the city. Temporary shops, shows and events popped up into the unused spaces.
“This is where the vintage rock show was,” Lindsey shrugged her shoulders. She wore an orange plastic bracelet around her wrist that read, ‘nose hairs’. It was a cause dear to her heart.
“I’m not dressed for this,” Cory commented. Cory had dug out her old jeans and tennies, thinking that they would have to crawl around a dirty warehouse. Her greasy hair was pulled up in a ponytail but she was more embarrassed about her Barbie Doll tattoo at the base of her neck. It was done on a dare in college that won her a meal at an all-you-can Chinese buffet. Although, it wasn’t much of a dare because she loved Barbie at the time. Cory uncomfortably rubbed the back of her neck.
“It’s the Found Object Art Show,” the lady responded. “Take a look around, there’s wine and cheese over there.” The lady pointed to a table with food and drink on it. They filed in one by one with Tim entering last. “Cats are not allowed here,” the lady snapped.
“This is not cat,” Tim snorted. “This is Kris Nelson.” Kris Nelson looked bewildered as she gazed at the lady. The lady nodded okay and let them in. Kris Nelson crawled down Tim’s husky arm and jumped to the wooden floor. She walked proudly with her tail wagging back and forth.
The first art piece that Tim saw was a set of keys on a silver poodle key ring. The little plaque beside the shelf read, ‘Keys’. Tim rubbed his chin. A lone sock sat on the next display. It was called, ‘Sock’. He wandered along the wall and saw a gold ring, a glove, a contact lens, a television remote control, and a piece of paper with a to-do list scribbled on it. All of a sudden a dog started barking. The whole room went silent and watched as Kris Nelson sat just out of reach of the leashed mutt. She licked one paw and then the other. He kept barking which bored her, so she glided away.
“Bernie!” A woman squealed and ran up to the dog. “You found my dog!” The artist approached the lady and was thrilled that owner and dog were reunited. Plus she made a sale. The dog was listed for five hundred dollars, which was the exact amount of the reward.
Tim, Lindsey and Cory wandered throughout the small gallery. They were getting frustrated because it didn’t appear that Ryan’s lost mind was at the Found Object Art Show. Ryan stood by the wine and cheese table, talking to a colorful floral arrangement. He was in the middle of a debate with a red rose when Kris Nelson came up and rubbed against his leg. Ryan followed her with Lindsey right behind. Tim eyed them from across the room as they approached. He stood in front of a shelf with a single, brown pebble. The sign next to it read, Road Trip ’89.
“Ryan, remember last time you lost your mind?” Tim asked as he smoothed his freshly shaven baldhead.
“Are you wearing a toupee?” Ryan innocently asked.
Tim paused. “I think I found it.”
“What?” Lindsey whispered. Ryan, Kris Nelson and Lindsay stared at Tim.
“That’s Ryan’s mind,” he pointed to the pebble. “Not literally . . .”
“How can that be?” Lindsey squinted at the shelf. The last time they found Ryan’s mind, it was in the words of a magazine that sat in his bathroom. Tim had rattled off the marketing copy of a luxury automobile advertisement and voila, Ryan was back. Something had clicked in his mind. When he asked if the steering wheel in the car cost extra, the crew knew he was back to his old, joking self. But just because it was in words the last time he lost his mind, didn’t mean that the case could be solved the same way. That was what was refreshing about Tim’s approach. Each case was unique and he made no judgments based on the past. Plus he was open to all possibilities.
“Hey, what’s going on?” Cory asked as she glided up to the group on one roller skate. “Look what I bought.” Her skate hit something slick on the floor and she wasn’t able to stop. Cory slammed into the ‘Road Trip ‘89’ art display. The shelf went flying and bounced off Ryan’s head. Tim caught the pebble.
“Ouch!” Ryan screeched. “What the heck is going on?”
“Knocked some sense into him, huh?” Cory snickered as she picked herself off the floor.
“I wasn’t thinking about going at it that way, but I guess it worked. Good job Cory,” Tim smiled.
“My stone . . . you found it! I was going out of my mind trying to find it.” Ryan plucked the stone out of Tim’s hand. “I brought it to the Utterly Rad Ravin’ Rock Show to show it off and lost it there.”
“We know,” Lindsey snickered.
“It’s one-of-a-kind,” Ryan commented.
“Aren’t all stones one-of-a-kind?” Tim asked as he scratched his head. Kris Nelson jumped into Tim’s arms and then up to his shoulder.
“Let me see it . . .where’s it from?” Cory asked. She held it up to the light.
“From a vacation I took. It’s a kidney stone . . . the pain was something awful!” Ryan nodded.
“What!?” Cory flung the stone in the air. Ryan caught it.
“Just kidding,” he winked.
Healing is focusing energy to achieve a state of well-being. Simply directing energy happens all the time when you cook a good meal, embrace a loved one, solve a problem or close a real estate transaction. These actions shift the energy creating a desired outcome or a healing. Everything is made up of energy, from the furniture in your house to your body to a thought to your surroundings. You have the ability to heal a person, company, situations or an event. Do you want to lose weight? By redirecting the energy into something you would like to experience, say finding love, you can lose those extra pounds. Healing can be used to create prosperity, strengthen a business, improve your own or a friend’s mood, revitalize your body, or throw a fun party. It can even be used to heal a stalled car or your food at mealtime.
Energy is not good or bad, but it’s the intention behind the energy that makes the difference. Illness is a cue that you need to redirect your energy. Instead of trying to destroy a malady, love it to shift the energy from fear. Aches and pains often show up to let you know that you have somehow taken on a burden. If you release the emotion, or redirect it, chances are you can release the pain.
Healing occurs whether you believe it or not. If it is hard to wrap your mind around it, just try it out, and play with it. Think of your life as energy, along with all the parts, such as past, present, future, family, friends and work. Energy creates the world around you. As you direct it, you create your life. The more awareness you can bring to the energy of your thoughts, actions and patterns, the more you will find that you are living the life you dreamed.
To practice healing, choose who or what you want to heal. Take a deep breath and fill your body with energy. Feel it flowing through you. Your hands should be out in front of your body, palms facing each other. Guide your attention to put the object between your palms. As you breathe in, feel the energy move through your object. Use your intuition to notice what is there, breath into it and observe what changes. You may find that you heal through different senses, perhaps sending colors, smells, or hot or cold air. Just go with it. If you feel the urge to move your hands to help move the energy, do it. The intuitive hits you get will be quick and might be surprising. Allow the session to last until you lose focus. Take notes. This will trigger your subconscious mind to begin to use this tool naturally, in your every day life.
Now take deep breaths and quickly rub your hands together. Get the energy moving in your body. Expand your body with your inhalation and breathe out any stress or kinks. Keep going. Then put your hands anywhere on your body and feel as the energy of your breath moves through your hands.
Next, take the same deep breath, expanding your body in and out, but instead of using your hands this time, use your attention to notice the energy. After a deep inhalation, sense your target. Let your intuition guide you to focus as you get a physical sense of your target. Try not to judge what this looks like but tap into your senses to experience it. Notice your target change as it heals. Keep breathing deeply. Observe as feelings, messages and memories come up. You are not only composed of your own experiences and patterns but also projections you carry from others. As a multilayered individual, healing can help you notice as patterns intuitively appear. You can make profound changes with this awareness. If you feel ill or discomfort after a session, chances are you have released some repressed pain. Please note, healing is not meant to replace your medical doctor.
Healing to redirect the energy does not include creating a positive visualization. When you use your intuition to heal, you become detached from the outcome. Allow your senses to explore the issue and integrate the information. Intuition can create healing more powerfully and completely than visualization can.
As you work on yourself, explore what your life would be like to be healed. Are there risks or anything frightening to being healthy? Does a family member have the same issue? Do you need to clear up any issues with another person? In detail, describe the healed you. Step into the healed version of yourself. During the day, wear or carry something that reminds you of the healed version of yourself. If you’re feeling off, touch it to bring you back.
Make it a daily practice to feel your body as energy. It reminds you that your body is a fluid, living, breathing, changing organism.
This is a summary of the exercises and advice on healing from the book How To Rule The World From Your Couch by Laura Day.
Precognition predicts the future. You can choose to use it for yourself, with anyone or on anything. If you are not happy with what you foresee, it empowers you to create change in the present moment to actualize the best possible future. It helps you to determine where you can influence change. And forecast things, such as the stock market.
Precognition exists in each moment of your day, but it is only when you become aware of this gift that it can really work for you. Just as you catch yourself slipping into the past, you also slip into the future. But this might be a foreign concept, as you quickly push it aside. As you practice this skill, it will reveal what you need to know about the future and guide you to a potential solution in the present. It might not always make sense, but if you follow your intuition, you will realize the power beneath this tool.
Start by asking a question about the future. Write it down and then forget about it. Occupy yourself with the things you need to do in your daily routine. Have you ever been at a loss for a name only to have it pop back into your consciousness once you redirect your attention? That is the key to receiving information. As you continue with your day, you will get hits from out of the blue. Keep track of them. Record all your ideas until you get the answer or a course of action to your question. There’s a good chance that your notes will show unrelated but important information leading you to the answer. And you might not get a complete picture. Along with precognition, it’s possible that you are using telepathy, mediumship and remote viewing to attain your solution. Pieces of information come so quickly that you might not have even realized it.
The future does not remain unfixed. You may, unknowingly, make hundreds of tiny decisions each day. This will influence future outcomes. As you become aware of your patterns and beliefs, you will make better decisions about the future. Precognition is subject to interpretation and error. It will depend on how you assemble the bits of information. Do not be hard on yourself if you are wrong about a situation. With daily practice and logging your observations, the accuracy of the information will improve. Start with the small stuff.
If you receive a premonition, which is more of a warning that something bad is going to happen, dig deeper into the message. What is going to happen and when? If it is not what you want, ask what you can do to alter the outcome. Explore the issue, but as in the other cases, chart quick hits that you receive. If it is a situation, which does not affect you, and there’s nothing you can do about it, train your awareness to only show you things you need to know. Instead of running around in fear, you can develop this skill to empower you.
An interactive, fun way to practice precognition is with a group of people. Ask each person to write down a question on an index card and fold it so the question remains hidden. Usually, the more detailed the question is, the more details will come out in the reading. Then have them walk around the room until a bell rings or you alert them to pair up. One person hands the other their folded card. The question is to remain a secret. Allow the reader one minute to communicate any information that comes to mind. Instruct the reader not to look at the other person or it may influence the reading. Have the group continue until each person has had multiple readings. At the end of the exercise, ask them to compare notes to see if they were on target. Some of the people might want to keep their questions a secret because of personal information.
Before you go to bed, write down a question that has been gnawing at you during the day. While you sleep is the best time to get answers because your thinking mind is shut off and you have full awareness. When you wake in the morning, jot down all the ideas, dreams, feelings or anything that comes to mind. It may not make sense, but write it down anyway. Keep adding to your notes during the day.
This is a summary of the exercises and advice on precognition from the book How To Rule The World From Your Couch by Laura Day.
Remote viewing is the process of going into a situation or a place and observing it. Instead of directing information, like in telepathy, you explore it, picking up or sensing images. As with the other intuitive skills, you view from a detached space but take it a step further by visiting places or structures that you might not be familiar with. Remote viewing does not mean that you have to “see” it. Use the sense that you are naturally drawn to. In assessing the place, you can go there through feeling, knowing, hearing, smelling, tasting or seeing.
Remote viewing is a handy tool in sensing a structure, body, or a process. You can visit a meeting you were not invited to, find a missing object or person, view the end result of a project, and evaluate your own strategies or a competitor’s. Take the time to explore future investments, solve building structural issues or take a walk through your grandmother’s childhood home. There are no boundaries in time and space.
Start to notice where your attention goes. You will find that you are viewing things all the time. As someone describes an event, company or another person, watch where your focus is drawn. If the person describes a trip, go on it with them, picking up scents, sounds, tastes, feelings and even changes in temperature. Unless you don’t feel comfortable, let them know what you are sensing. That way you can get feedback on what you are viewing. Bring a new awareness to your daily conversations, instead of getting lost in the idle chitchat of the busy mind.
To practice remote viewing, choose a target. Where do you want to go? Now, put yourself there. Take a look around and experience all that you sense. Notice the details. Take notes as to what you are tapping into. You may get pieces of the puzzle or complete images. Don’t judge what comes up. Play along with it. As with other intuitive skills, do it quickly. Treat this skill simply as a tool and try to not overcomplicate it.
A handy way of practicing remote viewing is by sketching out what you are getting a hit on. Even if your drawing skills are weak, it will help you focus on the physical aspects of your hit. Jot down words, images and figures that come to you. There might be times when you draw an object or get an idea that doesn’t make sense. By becoming aware of what the symbol represents, you will know what it means the next time it shows up.
The messages you get with remote viewing tend to be something unexpected. Out of the blue, you might get a fleeting thought of a friend needing help or project in trouble. It is alerting you to take action. Maybe you get a message that you should skip work or take a different airline flight. Remote viewing will show up in a detached way that is not emotionally charged.
A fun way to expand remote viewing skills is with group exercises. It is easy to train others to play these games. First, get clear about where you want the group to go. Then either give them small details or write your location on a note without letting them see it. Ask them to assume that they are in the location. Remind them to look through drawers, smell the air and peak out windows. Encourage them to use all their senses and to let you know what they are experiencing. This is designed to be a quick exercise, so they don’t get caught up in analyzing.
The key to honing this ability is to test it out by checking your information against the facts. There are various ways you can do this with friends. Ask them if you can remote view their workplace or parent’s home. They can verify the information you pick up. Tell your friend that you are going to use remote viewing to sense them at a certain time. Ask the person to keep track of their whereabouts at that time. Confirm your results.
Along the lines of remote viewing is astral projection. You go into it the same as remote viewing but you bring more of your presence into a situation. With astral projection, you become energetically apart of the place and can make your presence felt. This is a step beyond remote viewing, as now you no longer visit from a detached point of view. If a distant loved one is having a tough time, you lend your support with astral projection.
This is a summary of the exercises and advice on remote viewing from the book How To Rule The World From Your Couch by Laura Day.
Body heat telepathy assists in attracting the right people or situations into your life. Whether it is a business partnership or a romantic relationship, it will create a sense of openness that draws the perfect person or situation in. Consumers fall in love with a product just as a person falls in love with another. Body heat telepathy can help you prepare for a relationship before you are in it, unlock what others need to see in you, open you up to attractive parts of yourself, and align you in a strategic negotiating position. People unconsciously communicate with each other all the time, but with body heat telepathy you will find a new awareness to the messages.
Connections can be made everywhere from walking down the street to the grocery store to a dinner party. Sometimes an instant love connection is made, leading to passion for a few months only to wind up broken hearted. You have a choice to send out messages through either your true needs or through old habits and patterns. Using body heat telepathy, you can clear out patterns and shift the messages you are sending out. Once you develop authentic self-love, you reclaim your own heart and are able to show your true self to the world. Deep within you, there are authentic memories, thoughts and feelings you can tap into to find your power of attraction. By tapping into your inner strength, you can overcome your weaknesses to find that partner you can grow with.
Intuition is directed by your subconscious, so you will want to dive into your reasoning behind what you are looking for. Why do you want a loving relationship? Are you filling the void of loneliness or do you truly want to experience love? Take a look at your history to find out if you are protecting yourself from love. Perhaps you had a difficult childhood or a challenging break up. After you connect and accept your inner self, then you will attract a healthy relationship. Using body heat telepathy to create romantic relationships, will lead to improving all relationships, including your business ones.
Start by recognizing patterns and asking yourself questions. What is keeping you from love or that perfect business partnership? Write down thoughts, feelings, memories, songs that pop into your head, and even things you see in the room you are in. Pay attention to anything you notice. These things you become aware of are all clues to uncovering beliefs that no longer serve you. If you have the courage to work through issues and heal, they will become your strength in designing your future. To clearly see what may have been hindering you, will help in uncovering your true self. This process is meant to guide your intuition to get quick hits about what can help you. It is not meant to overwhelm or lead you to overthinking about the issues. Experience your impressions and let them go.
Make it a practice to become aware by checking in with your body. Take a moment to inhabit each of your senses, to feel into what you are thinking and experiencing in your body. By checking in with your body, your intuition will improve along with your telepathy skills, health, and personal power. It will also alert you to other people who are occupying your body. As you send and receive body heat telepathy, so do others. When someone has a thought about you, they enter your body. Watch for instances when you feel worry, anger or certain thoughts that you might question as your own. People, a lot of times without even knowing it, can send those feelings to you and you might pick them up as if they are your own. Fully embodying your own reality will keep you in charge of your emotions.
As you move into your body, allow all the thoughts, feelings and emotions to surface. Write them down or simply observe them and let them float away. The one thing you do not want to do is to avoid or repress them. You may find a solution in the moment the issue arises. Using this process to heal your heart will open you up to an authentic relationship.
To use body heat telepathy on someone, first check in with your body. Then turn your attention to your target. It could be someone you know, a person you would like to know or a future partnership. What do you notice, sense and feel? Using your intuition, experience what the person needs, wants or desires. You may receive bits of information to piece together. Or you may find yourself connected visually or through a knowing. You can send feelings, pictures, tastes, smells and words depending on what you sense they need. If you smell a rose, send it back to them. If you see travel and adventure, put yourself in that picture and send it back to the person. When tapping into an existing relationship, you will want to clear your mind of preconceived notions. It may seem at first that you are making up the information, but with time and practice you will understand that you are really tapping in.
This is a summary of the exercises and advice on body heat telepathy from the book How To Rule The World From Your Couch by Laura Day.