Soul Abilities

Jan 11, 2016

Soul Abilities

Dan

You have also mentioned a meditation whereby a person can “inhabit” their mental body as they fall asleep (see quotes below) which I ran across while researching “not seeing”. A number of questions occurred to me.

Is there any relationship or similarity between this “turning off of a state of mind” (to see the aura) and learning to travel in the mental body?

JJ

They are related in the fact that to do either one must place his attention on developing his non physical sensitivities and supersensory abilities. If one develops one of them, then the second will be easier and the third easier still. There are many abilities to be developed and it takes many lifetimes to develop them all. Some of us have developed a number of supersensitive skills in past lives but our souls have chosen to place them below the threshold of consciousness in this life so one’s attention will be free to concentrate on learning new endeavors. Sometimes past talents brought too close to the surface can be more of a hindrance than help in developing new ones.

So to answer your question traveling in the mental body and seeing auras are related to the spiritual senses, but not the same as both taste and smell are related to physical senses, but not the same.

Dan:

Does the body have to be asleep to “travel” in the mental body?

JJ

No, but it is easier. You travel in your mental body each time you go to sleep, but just cannot remember when you wake up..

Dan:

What does the mental body NORMALLY do during sleep and what is the effect of maintaining one’s consciousness there meditatively? And I assume the reason for doing so is to retain a memory of it?

JJ

When you go to sleep the mental part of yourself returns to your Higher Self while the lower part of yourself, your emotional self remains intact and takes you into the illogical dreamland that still has some recording effect on your physical brain.

The more you can keep your consciousness focused in the light of the higher mind the more you will be able to see though the eyes of the soul. Most seekers get a glimpse now and then of the mind of the soul, often without realizing what is happening. The goal is to focus on the soul to the extent that you can always be aware of the next step you need to take. Developing various abilities is a bonus that may or may not happen depending on the need and focus.

Sleep is important not only for you, but your soul as you are a partial projection of your soul. When you are physically awake your soul has to expend more energy vitalizing you then when you are asleep and the mental part is drawn back into itself. When you are asleep it doesn’t have to stay in the deep meditation to vitalize its extension and can get more things done in the realm of the soul. When you are awake it can still function on both worlds, but not with 100% efficiency in the soul realm.

Dan

What might be a purpose of doing such a thing? What could one do that one cannot otherwise do?

JJ

The potential is to assume the full abilities of the soul which would include reading the akashic records, traveling to other dimensions and all kinds of things that would startle us. Even most advanced disciples do not have the full abilities of the soul but are allowed to see what the Higher Self wants them to see.

It is much easier to place a seeker in a deep trance and regress him to a time when he was one with the soul. Quite a few can do this (with some personality distortion) but few can in full physical consciousness assume the full powers of the soul and higher.

Dan:

Is the body still refreshed as in normal sleep?

JJ

As long as the mental self returns to the soul the body and soul become refreshed.

Dan

Then why would one NOT do this every sleep period once they learned how?

JJ

If it became easy for you, you may, but it takes a lot of focus and may take away focus from other things. You may like the idea of lifting heavy weights, but you wouldn’t want to do it all the time unless it was second nature. In addition you may miss being involved in all those weird, but entertaining astral dreams.

Dan

What are the costs?

JJ

Time and attention. Like I always say each life has its limitations. Each seeker must look at what is important for him to accomplish and make sure he has reserved enough energy, focus and time to do it.

Dan

How does this (mental travel) differ from “astral travel” in terms of the experience one has?

JJ

Astral travel has the sense of motion and travel whereas the mental brings the faraway close with no sense of distance.

Dan,

What are some names by which this type of meditation might be conventionally known? (I did find a little by DK which I quoted below).

JJ

Not sure if anyone has given it a name.

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