Q: You talk about "silent communication" in your books. What exactly do you mean by that?
A: I have come to believe, through watching the etheric state, that we are all in silent subliminal dialogue with each other. I've observed the flashes of energy that pass back and forth between people, and I've seen people react to thoughts that are projected toward them. Thoughts jump. How many times have you been thinking about something obscure and the person next to you mentions the very same thing?
Silent communication generally comes about when you are thinking in the direction of another person rather than concentrating inwardly toward your own thoughts and feelings. Silent communication can be in the form of prayers uttered silently toward people, or silent affirmations. Then there is actual dialogue that is spoken mentally in the direction of another person. It is telepathic transfer of energy, and hopefully it is silent dialogue that offers love or encouragement of some sort.
Visiting Others Etherically
In the etheric state, you have the ability to step into the subtle energy of another person. For example, in my Developing the Sixth Sense tape series. I talk about moving the etheric -- the subtle body -- out of your physical body, turning your subtle body to face you, and then stepping backwards with your etheric into the physical body of a person you're talking to.
Visiting another person etherically in this way is okay, providing you're not manipulating them or making them do things they don't want to do. It's a way of being with them, concentrating on that person. In the end, concentration is a form of love; when you're focusing upon a person, you are in the act of loving them.
Projecting Love to Others
Try this: Start projecting love to people as you pass them in the street. The idea is to imagine (generate) a deep and resonating sense of love in your heart and expel a short breath, bring the love in another person's direction -- try to hit them in the heart with your love missile. Pick total strangers. Velocity is the key. Breathe out a short sharp breath and use the force of your will, and whack 'em hard in the heart with all the love you can muster.
And as you touch them etherically with your fast-moving dollop of love, notice them blink or move their eyes suddenly. Sometimes you'll see them turn around like they're looking for where the energy came from, but they don't understand what it is they are feeling. Often you'll see them smile, and sometimes they'll start talking to themselves. It's a fun game, but it tires you out after a while so don't overdo it.
If you manipulate or project evil, or you use your powers to the detriment of others, you create a lot of bad karma. Gradually those evil thoughts and projections move from their initial evil state, and they begin to solidify on the astral plane. They take on a phantasmagorical form that comes alive and gradually develops a mind of its own. It needs energy to sustain itself, and the first available source of energy is your life force, so the phantom you have created by your thoughts starts to suck on you, making you sick, tired, and listless. Eventually it can kill you. You get eaten by your own monster.
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A question-and-answer format provides insight into Wilde's views on life, relationships, money, politics, spirituality, and the universe. 2nd edition.
About The Author
Stuart Wilde was an entrepreneur, author and lecturer and one of the real characters of the self-help, human potential movement. His style is humorous, controversial, poignant, and transformational. He wrote several books including "Miracles", "The Force", "Affirmations", and "The Quickening". He is the creator of the successful "Warrior's Wisdom" seminars. Visit his website at www.StuartWilde.com. Stuart died of a heart attack on May 1, 2013.