Let’s Use This Weekend to Kick Things Up A Notch – Workshop and Webinar to Increase Ability

I have been covering new ground at a rapid pace for the past month and I would like to spend time this weekend making sure you are able to consolidate what has been said into workable practice.

In the Free Saturday workshop, we will start with drilling perception of non-physical phenomena and move into the basics of communicating with unseen spirits and then into identifying and handling barriers to both of these areas. I will be demonstrating handling the barriers for all those who volunteer.

You can join me on Zoom at 12 noon EDT on 1-18-2020 using this link: https://zoom.us/j/4710611444

In the Sunday webinar, we will review the importance of recognizing our ability to perceive non-physical phenomena and how that translates into being able to influence physical universe phenomena.

Have you ever considered that all physical universe phenomena start with non-physical phenomena?

You may have heard of the saying, “Intention is cause”. That is manifestly true because matter does not move by itself. It is moved through some action by a living thing and every living thing is animated by the intentions of a large number of spirits.

Getting these spirits to work together is quite a chore, especially if you do not recognize that there are other spirits involved beside yourself.

We are going to look at the full story of getting things done in the physical universe and this may help some of you who are not getting the things done that you want done.

We will have some exercises here to sharpen your perceptions of what is going on in another person’s space and in your own. The expected result is that you should end the weekend more able to get things done and help others to get things done.

Join me on Zoom Sunday at 12 noon EDT using this link: https://zoom.us/j/4710611444

There is a $10 donation for the webinar, and if you have not already paid, please use this link: paypal.me/DavidStLawrence/10

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Letter to Lawrence Spencer

I want to thank you for posting the image of Nikola Tesla with the quote, “The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.”

It triggered a realization that will completely transform the technology I have been working on for the past decade.

The unexpected realization was that I and my students have learned to perceive non-physical phenomena and can extract information from that phenomena without any dependence on physical universe perceptions!

The apparent resistance to our findings and subsequent conclusions comes from the fact that people who cannot perceive non-physical phenomenon are barred from inspecting them and understanding them.

I have been able to teach students and clients to perceive non-physical phenomena without realizing how outrageous this appears to those who are seemingly barred from exploring this phenomena.

Fortunately, there are physical universe terms which identify non-physical phenomena and we can use those terms to create exercises to develop latent abilities for perceiving non-physical phenomena. I have been using processes to develop perception of non-physical phenomena, but I did not fully understand the significance of what I was accomplishing, until I read your post.

One example of a word describing a non-physical phenomenon is “intention”. We can see the results of an intention by the effect on the physical universe. More importantly, we can actually directly perceive intentions by running a person through a few simple exercises.

Without getting into the hoopla of trying to measure telepathic ability by reading symbols on distant cards, we can also get a person to recognize thoughts in a matter of minutes by asking some very simple questions, if the person is not barred from this discovery by their belief system..

When there is at least one person who can perceive non-physical phenomena, this person can coach others to recognize non-physical phenomena and the sources of the non-physical phenomena as well. As a person begins to recognize their ability to perceive and interpret non-physical phenomena, their confidence rises and they can begin to apply the information they are receiving to physical universe problems like carving out a career and making money.

As long as they do not seek to explain their access to non-physical phenomena, they can operate as normal human beings. They will just seem to know things and be in the right place for good things to happen.

Your post and my reaction to it illuminated the hidden barrier I have been trying to overcome for years.

If a person cannot perceive non-physical phenomena, they can be taught to do so, if their belief system allows them to do so.

Thanks for your timely post.

David St Lawrence

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Creating A Better Life For Yourself

There is a concept called an “Ideal Scene” which is basically a description of a desired reality you wish to create or achieve. It can be considered a blueprint for what you wish to achieve in your life, but it is actually far more than that.

It is a tool for organizing your intentions and aligning them to create the future you want, but it is also a powerful diagnostic device that can reveal the reasons you have not succeeded in the past.

There are many different techniques for envisioning an ideal scene and you can find them by entering the term “ideal scene” in almost any search engine because the Internet is full of successful ways to create an ideal scene. Finding these techniques is far easier then using them successfully, and this is where the diagnostic factor comes in.

Let me illustrate with an all too typical example:

You look up a description on how to create an ideal scene and it not only seems reasonable, you can easily see how you can use it to make changes in your life. In most cases, you will print out the description and read it over and set it aside until after supper or until you have time to work on it.

When a week has gone by with no progress on creating an ideal scene, you force yourself to read the description again and start writing. When you fail to make progress, you may pull in a coach to help you with this important task. After he gives you a pep talk, you start again and stall after an hour or two of serious effort. You will find that you have difficulty concentrating, and keep getting up to handle emergencies and phone calls and all manner of distractions.

After another week, you have a half page of notes and none of them inspire you to take action. Without realizing it, you have triggered the most common reason for being stuck in a no-win situation on life. You know you are in trouble and you are trying to do something about it, but there are unseen barriers to your breaking through and creating a better life for yourself.

We have learned to deal with these unseen barriers by using Spiritual Rescue Technology as the barriers are non-physical phenomena and we teach our students to observe this phenomena.

If one cannot perceive non-physical events, that person is barred from inspecting them. There is an element of willingness involved in perceiving non-physical events and phenomena, because if you are not willing to experience something, you can easily block yourself from experiencing it. Even if you are willing, there is a learning curve to perceiving non-physical phenomena and understanding what you have perceived.

No equipment is required for this perception, All of the equipment currently available is merely measuring your body’s response to non-physical phenomena and does not measure the phenomena itself.

The phenomena that is preventing you from creating an ideal scene when you actually desire and need to do this, is counter-intention. The description is quite simple, but the mechanism is more complex.

You intend to accomplish something or do something, and there is a counter-intention that blocks or overpowers your intention. If you are really determined, you can persevere and increase your determination until your intention prevails over the counter-intention. You can even accomplish this without learning the source of the counter-intention.

You have succeeded in this instance, but you have not dealt with the actual source of counter-intention and it can return at any time in the future. If you wish to learn how to handle counter-intentions in your environment, I suggest you read my books on Spiritual Rescue Technology which are available on Amazon.com.

The reason I mention the diagnostic capability of creating an ideal scene, is that this seemingly simple process flushes out all kinds of counter-intention, which when handled, will increase your ability to get things done without effort.

The trap that most people find themselves in, is that they want a better future and they struggle to achieve it without writing down an ideal scene. They find themselves in an intimate relationship without having created an ideal scene for the relationship, As a result, the relationship encounters one obstacle after another for lack of an ideal scene.

Another example is a person seeking a job without working out an ideal scene for employment. He goes in for an interview and answers all sorts of questions without asking any of his own. Too often, he finds himself in a situation that he could have avoided by having an ideal scene to compare the actual scene to.

When you work out an ideal scene, you are describing something that will improve your life and bring you good health and happiness. When you refuse to do the work needed to create an ideal scene for yourself, you are condemning yourself to an existence determined by others. These others may be well-intentioned, but their ideas are not necessarily aligned with yours.

More importantly, if you are not now enjoying an ideal scene, working out what yours should be will show you what you have to do to move toward an ideal scene and a higher level of survival.

Changing your life for the better starts with writing up and working on an ideal scene.

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People Can Be Hard To Help – Wait For Them to Ask For It First

We just spent the recent weekend talking about not inflicting your current reality on those who might become upset.

Less then sixteen hours later, I was presented with a real life example of how this works.

I was approached for help by someone whose belief system prevented me from helping them in a meaningful way. We had nothing further to discuss.

It occurs to me that asking a person where their problems might be coming from and if they felt they needed help might be a better opening than offering to help them in any way.

As we discussed in Sunday’s webinar, any offer to help is a suggestion about changing the person’s reality. The question, “Would you like me to help you?” is really saying, “Would you like to accept a different reality as yours doesn’t seem to be working very well.”

Even saying, “Would it be alright if I help you?” is suggesting that the person is not managing very well. If they are aware they need help, they may still balk at any change to their current reality.

Perhaps a better approach would be to ask what help would be acceptable to them and then deciding if that is something you care to provide.

You can still get in trouble, because they can want help you do not wish to provide.

Your offer of help is an offer to change someone’s situation. It seems that waiting for a request for help before offering it, raises the possibility that the person is really looking for a change.

We have learned from hundreds of counseling sessions that helping people who have not asked for it will cause you to be severely punished for your efforts.

Even when you are approached for help, you should make sure their reality will allow you to help them. Even when they approach you for help, you might start by asking what help would be acceptable to them and proceed carefully from that point.

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