Subjective Communication & The Right Cerebral Hemispheres:
Most neuroscientists believe that the right cerebral hemisphere of the brain is responsible for the capacity of the brain to subjectively communicate with the mind of another person. Moreover, the right cerebral hemisphere, when in the alpha frequency, operates in a dimension which is not affected by time and space.
This may sound weird to you. But let me explain further. We basically move in a four dimensional universe and these dimensions are “the length, width, height and time.” These four dimensions condition or make possible our existence. If you take away one of these four dimensions, you will find yourself in a weird situation. Take for example, I will remove time in the equation and basically you’ll stop. I’ll remove height but retain time, and you’ll become flattened with no height.
But in the alpha state, the mind disregards time and space. When you dream, for example, your mind has utter disregard for dimensions such as length, width, height or time. You can fly in your dream, you can move from one place to another with ease, and you can even see dead people or people from distant universes with vivid clarity and real textures. Likewise, you see grotesquely-shaped creatures and faces in your dreams. This means that while asleep, the dream-reality has an existence of its own with utter disregard to the outside reality as we commonly know it. This realm is basically the realm in which our right cerebral hemisphere is presumed to expertly operate.
Subjective Communication & The Mental Wave:
Our thoughts may manifest wavelike patterns like the wavelike patterns of light as radiant energy. Most parts of the spectrum of light, for example, operate on a wavelike pattern. Since everything is energy, it is not unreasonable to assume that our thoughts would exhibit energy-like behavior.
In fact, we could say that our thoughts exhibit strong energy-like patterns, though we don’t see them. Our thoughts, like most energy phenomena, could pass through concrete barriers and travel distances with ease. Just like in the dream, our dream-thoughts know no boundaries. When you’re in a dream, the only reality for you is your dream and you’re oblivious to the outside world.
Likewise, it is believed that our consciousness exudes a certain wavelike field which is commonly called the “thought field”. Rupert Sheldrake named it the Morphogenetic Field.
Likewise, Karl Jung gave it the name of Collective Unconscious. This “thought field” and the above-mentioned ideas about the nature of the mind, such as its magnetic nature and the energy-like behavior of our thoughts, will be the basis of what you are about to learn about Subjective Communication.
Jose Silva painstakingly tried to find out a practical method of harnessing the mysterious ability of the mind to control the behavior of other people at will. He employs a very simple technique, which he was able to master as the years pass by. Yet this technique remains an esoteric technique and is only known to roughly one percent of humanity.
This technique is widely used in business by those who have learned it, and they were able to condition the turnouts of their businesses according to what their minds have conceived. Some people, for example, use it to influence the minds of people to look into their advertisements on the web or on the yellow pages.
You can try it yourself because people who have used the technique attest to the fact of its effectiveness in bringing about new sales and positive outcomes to their businesses. Likewise, the people who have used this technique came from diverse fields and include car dealers, salesmen, artists, managers and many more.
However, many users of this technique are unaware of the fact that they are employing one of the most basic mental laws. Because of lack of proper training, they often can’t even optimize their ability after some chance successes at subjecting communication, especially, when self-doubt and misgivings reenter their mind. But I definitely assure you that if you could master this technique, you could use it to alter the most unhealthy and unfavorable circumstances of your life.
Classic example of the Power of the Mind and Imagination:
When Leonardo Da Vinci was just barely twelve years old and a bit unfortunate because he was an illegitimate child, he always thought and said to himself, “I shall become one of the greatest artists the world has ever known and one day I shall live with kings and walk with princes.” His mind slowly conditioned every facet of his life to become one of greatest artists of all time and he used to dine and walk with kings and princes.
Likewise, Neil Armstrong always dreamed of making an indelible mark in the field of aviation. In 1969, he realized this everyday-dream by becoming the first man to step and walk on the moon surface.
Several years ago, the Reader’s Digest published a result of an actual experiment conducted among high school students of almost equal ability. These students were subdivided into three equal groups to test their skills at free throws.
- The first group was asked to practice for an hour every day consecutively for a month.
- The control group which is the second group had no practice at all.
- The third group practiced for an hour solely in their mind.
The result is astounding:
- The first group that did an hour of actual practice improved by two percent;
- The group which did no practice deteriorated by two percent;
- While the group that did an hour of mental practice improved by three and a half percent.
This only shows what the mind can do to improve, not only the simple skills like shooting a ball to a hoop, but even unfavorable situations in our lives through mental practice.
The above examples only illustrate the power of the human mind to achieve greater things. Yet Subjective Communication is much more potent than a mere passing thought. It is a highly concentrated thought, done in the alpha state, to condition or influence circumstances and behaviors of other people. However, every skill, though simple, requires constant practice to master and make it become second nature to you.
Read the complete series of Subjective Communication-Connecting With Mind, right from Part 1 to Part 5: