Volume 9, Issue 2, page 9

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RELIMINARY requirements for this
lesson are control of your own efforts, self-awareness thereof, and
ability to turn your efforts off and
on; control of your emotions as
specified in the list of dichotomies,
ability to turn them off and on and
to change rapidly from one emotion
to the opposite, and to some extent
at least the development of selfawareness in terms of what emotion you are
putting out or feeling at any given time.
You should have progressed by this time
quite a way toward owning yourself and the
space you move in, being aware of and able
to control your efforts and emotions. And
having gotten this far, you should have
developed the ability to perceive efforts
and emotions in others. If you haven't,
play around with this a little more.

What limits telepathy? What holds it down?
What is the limitation that keeps you from being able to communicate from the start?
Well, for the most part, the receiver is the
limiting factor. If your receiver is not in
good shape, it Non't receive. Ordinarily, you
won't pick up things unless you are ready to
handle them, unless you are aware of them already within yourself. You won't be aware, in
somebody else, of anything you can't see in
yourself. If your memory is poor, you won't be
able to read anyone else's memories; if you are
blocked against pain or emotion, you won't
sense others' pains or emotion. (Note that
this does not mean to soak up the pain, or take
a bath in it, but simply to be aware that it
exists.) Is your imagination poor? Is it threedimensional and in color? How is your sense of
pain, sense of movement. sense of to a atioq,
sense of time? Is your purpose strong, and your
internal awareness? All these things will limit telepathic ability if you are limited in

Real telepathy is either fast concepts
transmitted at several hundred a minute, or it
is simply knowing, all in one package. You may
suddenly know all there is to know about a
person, and you will just have to sit there
and pick it apart to get what you want out of
that package. Or you may simply see something.
More often, starting from this level, things
may be felt as an overlay on you. While you
are sitting quietly with no reason to expect
anything unusual, suddenly your heartbeat may
seem to pick up. On getting a good look at it,
you may find that your own heart is actually
beating slowly, and this is some kind of an
overlay -- a reflection.

In many cases you may feel it on the opposite side; here is another thing you want to
watch for in telepathy. Many things which are
on the right side of someone else will turn up
WARNING -- These lessons in "Advanced Perception" are not to be treated lightly -- or delved
in by the curious for idle or questionable
goals. As the Author cautions, they're dangerous -- and it is suggested two persons with similar intent work as a team. One of the risks involved, Mr. Schroeppel warns, is that some who
successfully develop their advanced perception
"are going to see some things they'd rather not
see". And don't mix with any other technique,
or you may find yourself working at cross-purposes. Which Is no place to find yourself, or
for anyone else to find you -- especially an incompetent psychologist or psychiatrist. They
may get the idea you're as crazy as they are.
on the left side of you, and vice versa. Don't
let this surprise you. Don't worry if the person from whom you're receiving once had a broken right arm, and it is your left arm that
feels as if it had been broken some time in
the past. This simply means that one of you is
right-handed and the other left-handed naturally, tho both may write right-handed. One of
you shouldn't. Don't fight that one. Just take
a look at it and let it go at that. Nearly 50%
of the people in the world were born left-handed, the most of them have been trained to write
with their right hands.

You should be ready now to play with several experiments. See if you can put out from
yourself, see if you can project your emotions.
Try turning on a good one, like "I know" or "I
trust" or "I love"; see if you can glow with
it and fill a whole room. Try to take that glow
and project it at various people, either in
the room or out of it. See if you can direct
and focus it, turn it up and down, put out an
intense volume of it. Watch the results, both
in yourself and in other people; see what comes
back from them and how it feels.

If you can pick up somebody else's emotion,
check it for clarity. Check it for being uniform thruout the body, and for appropriateness
to the situation he's in. Try to see whether
he's trying to hide or suppress it. Is it his
and under control? (Maybe it's out of control.)
Here is another form of experiment: If you
don't like that emotion, see if you can be the
other person and change it to something you do
like. If you can change your own emotion within
yourself, you can probably be somebody else
and change emotion within him. It's not a difficult trick. All you need is the idea on how to
do it. Take a good look at the structure of the
other's face and imagine how you would feel
how your face would feel if it were built that
way. Check how the rest of you would feel if
you were the other person with that face. You
may be surprised at the results.

If you can pick up flows of emotion within
yourself, you should be able to take these
flows and project them; and you should be able
to pick up flows in other people, either just
as seeing them and knowing they exist, or by
being the other person and feeling the flows.
Not only that, if the individual doesn't own
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