Part IV: Awakening

"Last Week I have to apologize for the incessant cursing going on my last article. It is not a thing for a professional person to do, especially one that is trying to win the hearts and minds of the masses through subtle manipulation of their emotions. I do formally apologize for being a git."

Anyway, back to the sh*t I was talking about last time.

By now, you’ve probably disappeared as a reader, and are now being replaced by other readers who have just decided to pick up on the (non-existent) conversation about the Multi-conscious mind that exists with in your head, and how we can use (us/them) to navigate beyond the boundaries of our skulls and extend outside to connect to other people, places in time, plants, you name it…

And, if you haven’t guessed by now, this isn’t written for people who are used to things being posted in short spurts of words like on twitter. There is lengthy explanations here, so don’t go getting too comfortable in your wheelchair.

Hi, my name is David, and I attend a small junior college called Navarro College in Corsicana, Texas. My major is psychology, with a minor in criminal justice. What peeked my attention to all things psychic was a certain event that happened to me about five years ago:

I became ‘enlightened’, so to speak. Yeah, just like that. I woke up with a new, baby brain one day in late September or something, and saw the world anew, like maybe an infant first sees the world. Well, anyway, this promptly freaked me the f*ck out and I asked myself, “Am I dead?”. After all, I seemed to be floating down the sidewalk, looking at the world around me in a detached sort of way, caught in between worlds, if you will, and this thought of death was a natural first reaction. It was looking a lot like I was a damn ghost. Then, I heard this voice. It said no.


didn’t say that. I looked around. Damn, the sun is just a big ball of fire isn’t it? The Earth is just a big rock floating in a big black void, isn’t it? I saw all of these things that we take for granted in a new light. I saw how ‘real’ they really were. I saw how life was here because it was meant to be here. Then I decided to take a walk.

Five years later, I am still walking. Now, I still see the world through this sort of ‘broad view’ perspective, but it is by choice. Along the way, here’s what I discovered the human mind can do:

1. It can talk to other people’s minds without ever opening that hole in your head you call your mouth.

I call it a psychic handshake. It’s like a part of your soul, i.e. a part of your ancestor’s consciousness goes ahead and meets and greets everyone around you without you even knowing it. Yeah, and it’s all done–SNAP!–like that. Most times, they get along, other times, there is friction. You can feel it too, working down deep inside of you, even when the person you’ve just met is still forming the first words of Hello. There is all this communication going on. It’s not just body language, though. It is language of the minds interconnecting. That would be your female and male sides hootin’ and hollerin’ with the other person’s male and female sides.


Could you rub my back?
Yeah. Let me get that for ya.
Ahh, thanks. 

You can go on here with a myriad of other theories based on this fact alone. Yes, it is possible for you to read someone else’s mind, pick up on images they have, finish the sentences they are just starting to utter, and so on. Cuz you are connected, dig? It sucks for conservatives, but is awesome for liberals. Which brings me to another aspect of psychic goings on within the cranium.

2. You can shield your thoughts simply by retracting a part of yourself from the world around you, like withdrawing an antenna.

Here’s where it really gets fascinating. People are constantly, without their knowing about it, searching out for connections with other individuals. Whether it be humans, dogs, cats, you name it, people want to know who their enemies and friends are. This is especially true of people who depend on other people for psychological stability, but I’m not going into psychiatry right now–figure that sh*t out on your own, please.

Here’s the game. When someone comes into the quintessential room, they shoot out their more social consciousness, like their female side, their left side (I know it’s backwards from what most scientists think about the roles of left and right sides, but this is just my theory). After they’ve splooged out their strong female sides into the air, they’re looking for takers. Namely, your attention. You don’t even have to be facing them, you can feel it. But if you are effectively shielding your mind, by effectively ‘pulling’ it away from the attractor you can limit the amount of connectivity that the attractor is seeking. This can be done with left and right sides of the brain. Shortening or raising an antenna with your radio works the same way. The single antenna is actually two functioning parts housed by a single stem, in this case, it’s your noggin. All you have to do next time that annoying jerk comes in to work with that attitude that everyone should pay attention to him, is lower your antennas, go about your business, and watch as he trips up around you, cause he can’t connect, baby, yeah! He’s the type of person that needs, yearns for connectivity to stand on his own. And if you don’t give it to him, he is forced to depend on his own consciousness…whatever. Signs.


3. The heart is an emotional receptor.

Yeah, this sounds like a bad romance novel. But it’s true. Here’s a little biology thrown into the air for all you skeptics. The heart consists of four chambers. Ever wonder why? Because each chamber is attributed to a different region of the brain, or nervous system. It takes a lot of blood to keep the brain running, so each heart valve or chamber is responsible for the process. The more complex the creature, the more chambers it got, got it? Alligators have three, fish only have two. But earthworms have five pairs, so you got me.


Anyway, the brain picks up on emotionality from the consciousness of others around you, and literally ‘tugs’ at your heart. That’s why sometimes, you feel a pang when something traumatic is going down. Or why you feel a bloom when something sweet is headed your way. The consciousness of what the other person is feeling is transmitted via brain waves into receptors located in your head that are connected to your heart. When something exciting happens, usually its coming from the left side of the brain, so you feel it in the left side of your heart. If it’s something angry, or more aggressive, it’s gonna be felt in the right side of the heart, so sorry buddy.

Usually, when people get heart ‘attacks’, it’s from the left side of the body. You know the old, pain in the left arm theory? Yeah, when something is much too exciting, socially, for the consciousnesses in the victim to handle, a lot is taken ‘out of’ the victim’s heart. The heart’s left chamber plug is pulled, and it’s down she goes. Sad, but true.

You can strengthen your heart, by strengthening the ‘right side’ or ‘male’ side of the left side of your body and mind. Practice by forcibly bringing out your aggression in the left side by channeling the spirit of your Mom’s father, your grandfather’s power. Sounds like some bogus Indian swami bullsh*t, but it ain’t. See you on the other side there, fluffy.

4. You can travel back in time in your head and alter the past to feel pretty good about the future.

No sh*t. It can be done. Here’s how.

Remember that car you crashed because you were driving too fast in the pouring rain, because you were late for work, because you forgot to dry your clothes the night before, because you stayed up too late partying instead of taking care of business. Well, now you can actually go back, ‘inhabit’ yourself in the past, force yourself to make the right  decisions, and watch as the laundry gets done, you wake up early, drive the speed limit, and make it to work in one piece. And then, when your done materializing all that in your inner eye, you can wake up from the pseudo-daydream, and feel like a new person. It’s not just a trick of the mind, however.

The past is a delicate thing, depending as much on the present, as the future is. Only we don’t give it its due, because we think that once it’s been done, it’s done, never to repeat again. Why is that? The future, to us, seems drastically varied. We can choose where and what we want to be or do, making the decisions as we dream them up in the future. So why can’t we do this with the past? Why can’t the present decision effect the past in a way that has a positive outcome for you? Well, here’s shellin’ it–It can.


Damn, what’s the next note? Wait, let me go back in time to tell myself to learn it…oh, yeeeeah! Rock on.

Our pasts are alive inside of us. They are ‘remembered’ by the consciousnesses alive inside of you. Every little detail of every day of your life is still taking place inside of you, going down deeper, and deeper into your subconscious soul, got it? By remembering an event, you effectively dive down your conscious ladder and are able to watch as the event unfolds at a certain point among varying levels of consciousness. You are then able to inhabit the memory as it is, relive the experience as a former version of yourself, change the situation in your I-wish-I-knew-then-what-I-know-now mindset, and alter the past, to yourself, for yourself, to just feel better about the whole damn thing.

I am not sure how this effects present reality though, if that altering the past only works in past time, or if it is felt by present time. I have a theory that it ripples through the past up, and is felt like a bump, albeit a positive one if you’ve done your homework, and therefore altering the past can effect the future, kind of like the butterfly effect, only throughout time itself, not just for you, but for everything around you. Weird.

5. Telekinesis is real, but not like you think it is.

You can’t just command an object to move by thinking about it. Basically, because everything has apparent sides, like you do, you have to appeal to both on equal terms to be able to connect to them to physically move them.

In the previous post, I mentioned how we share electrons. Negative and positive electrons are constantly fluctuating between items. By using magnetism, via your left and right side consciousnesses, you can connect to the treasured electrons that are being emitted from every single object in the universe, and begin to push and pull them, hardening them out to provide support, or relaxing them to provide slack to get them to move. Kind of like a Marionette puppet master of the universe would, if he or she only existed. Only you can use it on everything.


Fetch me my coffee, coffee mug, I command thee!

Try experimenting with electronic signals, like electronic doors. Standing back where you know that it can’t sense your presence, try then to project your consciousness ‘into’ the power source of the triggering mechanism of the door. Usually it’s just a laser that picks up on shadow, so if you are able to shadow the laser using your mind, you can hold the door at elevators from across the hall and watch as horrified spectators inside gawk at you while you take your sweet-ass time across the lobby to join them inside.

Once you’ve mastered this, I don’t know what else to tell you. I can’t make sh*t levitate, only manipulate simple electrical signals like what I described. It doesn’t stop you from trying though. Good luck with that, grasshopper, and may the force be with you.


Yoda using the force in more discreet ways that previously mentioned.


That’s all for now. I’ll continue the list, when I can feel my fingers again. See ya.





Next Week: More List of Psychic Powers



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