Become more intuitive, more receptive, perhaps more imaginative too ... There are a thousand and one good reasons to train your mind to open up to the extraordinary. Without playing the sorcerer's apprentice. The advice of Mario Varvoglis.
Flavia Mazelin Salvi
Mario Varvoglis, a doctor in experimental psychology, does not have to rely on magical formulas or esoteric exercises. The scientist willingly repeats the motto of the International Metapsychic Institute, of which he is the president: "We do not believe, we study." The psi phenomena, in this case.
Are called psi phenomena such as telepathy, psychokinesis, precognition or remote vision. So many subjects studied in the laboratory. The premise of Mario Varvoglis is simple: "There are exchanges with the environment that can not be understood by the classical laws of physics, and which have not found so far definitive scientific explanations." So much for research. Concerning the common people that we are, these phenomena have another interest: they can be cultivated for our greater profit. "It is not a question of acquiring" powers ", but of encouraging an increase of our being. Does it have more powers than I usually perceive, and could not my dreams, my intuition, my sensibility be "worked out" in such a way as to guide me, to teach me? Mario Varvoglis offers us to experience this through a five-step approach.
1. Feeding your curiosity
All skills drive curiosity, regardless of the area. The psi domain, like the others. The more one refines his knowledge, the more one questions his beliefs and his ordinary way of thinking, the more we make ourselves available to the possibility of experiencing phenomena that escape our usual "known".
The practice: read testimonials and serious works on the psi manifestations allows to open to another way of thinking. It is not a question of conditioning oneself but of getting acquainted with notions, of acquiring elements of knowledge, in order to be able to make the difference, for example, between a phenomenon of autosuggestion and an extraordinary experience.
2. Sharpen its receptivity
Our Western mind tends to find immediate rational explanations for the psi phenomena we experience. Thus, a fulgurating intuition or a premonitory dream can go by the wayside almost immediately after being experienced. On the other hand, if we pay attention to these manifestations, without trying to believe them or to give them a reductive explanation, we will realize that they are likely to be useful (advice, warnings, information) and that they contribute to an "augmented" perception of our being.
Practice: keeping a log of everything that seems to be connected to our sixth sense (premonitions, intuitions, troubling coincidences, etc.), describing the context, the physical sensations and emotions that are there associated with it, as well as the message that one has spontaneously drawn.