video-uk-04 Post & co-phosphene

You have just experimented phosphenes and have been able to see their fantastic colours. Before telling you about the practical applications of phosphenes, we are first going to look at the different ways of obtaining phosphenes, and what they are…

video-uk-04 Post & co-phosphene

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You have just experimented phosphenes and have been able to see their fantastic colours.

Before telling you about the practical applications of phosphenes, we are first going to look at the different ways of obtaining phosphenes, and what they are made of.

Let’s start with the different light sources that we mainly use to produce phosphenes.

The cartoons on the site taught you that phosphenes can be seen both with the eyes open and closed, and that if you project your phosphene on your studies, your capacity to concentrate is significantly increased.

You also learned that what is important is to put your thought in the phosphene, because the important part is Phosphenic Mixing, that is to say, mixing thoughts with phosphenes.

Practising phosphenes alone does not increase mental capacities.

To develop mental capacities you need to place thoughts that can be the summary of some lectures, or a passage of what you are studying, in the Phosphene.

It is obvious that if you can create phosphenes with a basic light bulb, you can also create them from other light sources, especially the sun.

But before telling you about phosphenes created using the sun, I need to tell about the two types of phosphene you can obtain by looking at the lamp.

In fact, the phosphene obtained from staring at the lamp for 20 seconds is called a phosphene.

But if you stare at the lamp for 2 or 3 minutes instead of 20 seconds, the phosphene will appear on the lamp. This type of phosphene is called a co-phosphene. Phosphenes associated with lighting.

You probably noticed that when staring at the lamp, after twenty seconds it starts turning blue. Instead of seeing white light, you start seeing blue tinted light.

This is what is called a co-phosphene, or light associated phosphene.

PRACTISE USING THE SUN
And more exactly sunrise and sunset.

First of all there are a few basic precautions to take.
For those who wear glasses or contact lenses it is essential to remove them.

Glasses and contact lenses must be removed to avoid the magnifying glass effect that could burn your retina.

Drink sufficiently without having eaten, this applies to everyone, as water is the best vasodilator and is ideal to refresh the retina.

As there are many people who practise solar yoga, I must insist on a rule: The all or nothing rule.

You need a maximum of phosphenes for a minimum of lighting.

The maximum phosphenes are obtained from a sixty to one hundred watt bulb, staring at it for twenty to thirty seconds at a distance of 1 metre.

Do not use more water than your glass can contain.

If you fill your glass too much it will overflow and cause some damage, you will need to clean up.

It is useless staring at a light source too long because the eye will block out the excess light and you run the risk of damaging it.

What we are looking for is to obtain the maximum phosphenes with minimum lighting.

This means sixty to one hundred watts with a daylight light bulb, and 2 to 3 seconds for a sunrise or sunset.

After having looked at the star for 2 or 3 seconds, turn your head or place your hands in front of your eyes so that you are in the dark. Or use an eye band such as those they give you in an aeroplane when you want to sleep without being bothered by the surrounding lighting. You can now carry out your Phosphenic mixing operation, i.e. mix your thoughts with the phosphene.

For initiatory purposes we will see what type of thought to put in the phosphene a little later on.

Practising using the reflection of the sun on water or on a surface.

It is also very pleasant to practise using the reflection of the sun on water. Here you will obtain a phosphene by reflected light, or even better, by polarised light.

In his book “the scientific key to supernatural phenomena” Dr. LEFEBURE especially showed that polarised light is the key element in the development of clairvoyant flashes. These are also used in certain African practises, especially when the religious leader is consulted to find out whether there will be game for the hunters.

The practise consists in looking at the reflection of the sun on the water contained by a gourd and then letting the visions flow. This gives the hunters the direction they must go, East, West or South.

It even happens that European hunters or explorers who were next to the African religious leader have the same vision.

Why?
Because, as we will see later on, phosphenes and the thoughts placed in them are easy to communicate by telepathy.

For more information about polarised light and its effects take a look at the appliance for practise pages on the site where there are some explanations.

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