Before I begin this post, I must share two facts. First of all, I am an ENFP so a part of me is still childlike; this is why I possess a strong and contagious imagination. Secondly, my sister has recently given birth to twin daughters—they sent me psychic signals from their mother’s womb. Thus, I have been learning about parenting infants. Recently, I noticed that the babies were happier when I was holding them and they would get a bit annoyed when I would place them in the bassinet. I thought about this for several days; finally, I ended up researching this online.
According to María Verónica Degwitz’s article “Do children remember being in their mother’s womb?“, children calm down and their mood improves after hearing mother’s heartbeat. This article further states that the strength of relationship and attachment a child feels towards his/her mother is determined by how much time is spent in the womb; the child also learns a lot from mother’s scent, smell, movements, and gestures. The author concludes that attachment is thus a child’s most significant reference for learning about reality.
In her article “Babies Rely on Mother’s Voice and Heartbeat To Develop Healthy Brains“, Allison Eck discusses the research conducted by Amir Lahav who is a neuroscientist at Harvard Medical School. Amir and his colleagues found out that premature babies who are exposed to recordings of mother’s heartbeat and voice develop thicker auditory cortex (part of the brain that is responsible for hearing); larger auditory cortices are linked to improved language development and hearing in infants.
Meditation by thinking about someone invokes Hypnagogic Hallucinations, which include sensation of dream subject’s heartbeat, scent, breathing, touch, and vibes. This heavenly experience happens right before one enters sleep and then become lucid. I can learn about these things by reviewing content written by someone, videos, audios, or real life experiences—it is easier and preferable to activate sensations of those who inspire or love you! I wonder if the sensations we experience through Hypnagogic Hallucinations are part of the human soul, which leaves the body while we sleep. Furthermore, human vibes, scents, and music are three of the most significant mediums in this game; I can use these to initiate telepathic incidences as well as lucid dreams.
“Scented Blankets” shares a dream where I found myself covered in a blanket that was drenched in the scent of a world-renowned Human Rights Advocate. I took this as a sign of some sort!
“Be Moderate About Lucid Dream Sex” discusses how I interacted with some energies before I had lucid dream sex with a particular dream character.
“My Motherly Instincts Are Sharpened Through Lucid Scents and Music” shows how I protect people by using scents and music.
“Music of Lucid Dreamers” is about seven types of music I hear during my telepathic or lucid dream encounters.
“Link Between Music of Lucid Dreams and Telepathy” reviews how I use the music that comes from human bodies and why my friends describe me as “grander than others”.
“Vibe Size” explores different uses of the human vibes during the awake and asleep states.
“Sensing The Writer Through His/Her Writings” again examines the use of vibes and Hypnagogic Hallucinations in inducing telepathic events and lucid dreams.
Just like a child grows and develops by listening to mom’s heartbeat and voice, the psychic self educates and nourishes itself by listening to much needed Hypnagogic Hallucinations (heartbeat, scent, breathing, touch, and vibes). One of the best conclusions of such inductions is meeting with one’s inspirations. Some key figures I have connected with are J.K. Fowler, Ahed Tamimi, Dr. Craig Considine, Lucy Lawless, Carl Jung, Che Guvra, Shaun Randol, David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Angelina Jolie, Qasim Rashid, Eric Anthamatten, Ilhan Omar, Pope Francis, and, CJ Werleman. You can search these names in my blog to read relevant dreams. Read blog post “Dance of Heroes“. Additionally, I also love dreams about paranormal creatures like the jinn. I can have these dreams because I believe in existence of such entities and because I am somehow able to read into their presence. I have encountered some of these entities; so far, I have been able to name only four of these by matching descriptions found in the dreams with information provided in certain preserved texts. Read “Demons and Seals of King Solomon and the World of Lucid Dreaming“. Lastly, I receive historic dreams and connect with extremely deep and wise dream characters; I have three progenitor dream characters who link into several dreams. Check out some of my historic dreams ‘Progenitor Dream Characters and “Big Dreams”: Lessons Derived From Evolution Of Carl Jung’s Dream Character Elijah And His “Big Dreams”‘.
Just like an infant, my attachment levels tend to heighten before, during, and after a psychic or non-psychic encounter. Furthermore, my relationship with the actual person or entity actually gets better after repeat encounters—given the fact that I am looking at someone really nice or smart. For instance, after connecting with Carl Jung through my dreams, I got a bit more closer to his work. Just like infants develop better auditory cortices after exposure to mother’s heartbeat and voice, I develop stronger brain, body, and soul through lucid dreams and telepathic incidences. Therefore, it is obvious that dream characters are very similar to one’s parents.
Cherishing the psychic child (a type of inner child) is a blessed and enlightening experience. How do you love and educate your psychic child?
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