Weather Control

Written by Dale Power

The old man climbs torepparttar top ofrepparttar 122102 highest mountain overlookingrepparttar 122103 enemy encampment. As he gazes down on them, he raises his staff and with it his power. Intense focus in his eyes,repparttar 122104 staff is pointed atrepparttar 122105 sky. A few moments later dark foreboding clouds roll in, roiling with power and menace. In a flash, lightning suddenly fillsrepparttar 122106 night, a whirlwind spins throughrepparttar 122107 camp below, followed by a torrent of rain and mighty winds.

The enemy retreatsrepparttar 122108 next morning in defeat.

Now, honestly, when you readrepparttar 122109 title of this, how many of you were thinking of something along those lines?

Weather control can be used for combat, which will be addressed in this article, but it can also be used to soften, at times stop totally, natural disasters. It can also be used to gain water for crops and to fight forest fires, before they destroyrepparttar 122110 entire forest. A gentle breeze can be called to cool a hot summers day and stilled inrepparttar 122111 winter to leave you with a bit of body heat.

The weather is an active system and therefore is fairly easily manipulated on a psychic level. Just because a thing can be done easily, does not mean it should be done though. It is important to use great care when working withrepparttar 122112 environment, because what happens in one place can, and will, effect other places. Plus, in a very complicated system, it is difficult at best, to track all ofrepparttar 122113 possible results of a given action.

The actual techniques used in weather control are simple.

Properly center yourself and focus.

Holdrepparttar 122114 idea of what weather effect you wish to happen. Make sure to hold it long enough thatrepparttar 122115 field will have a chance to createrepparttar 122116 conditions you wish.

Thatís all that you really need to begin.

The trick is in how you do it and what you try to do. For instance, many of you will be familiar withrepparttar 122117 idea of a self-propagating field, a field that continues to grow in strength and size underrepparttar 122118 power of its own organization, which could lead to disaster when working withrepparttar 122119 weather!

It is best to use less force and take more time, rather than forcing sudden drastic changes in climate or local environment. It cuts down on negative side effects.

Are We Singing?

Written by White Feather

Spiraling rainbows shimmering on all peripheries; things take on a mystical hue when those certain vibratory frequecnies are reached. It isrepparttar music of life.

What note are we vibrating to? What pitch are we giving off? And how do we change pitch? Do we create our own rhythm or do we follow along with a rhythm that is beyond ourselves?

But is anything beyond us? Isrepparttar 122101 primal rhythm ofrepparttar 122102 universe notrepparttar 122103 same rhythm that echoes in our bones? If so, we are part ofrepparttar 122104 creation. Our pitch is part ofrepparttar 122105 overall tone.

The vibratory pitches that feel good are those that we created as markers for us to follow towards our ideal frequency;repparttar 122106 frequency that expresses our total being. We have written a symphony and every note is a bread crumb dropped to help us find our way home. As we feel and embrace each bread crumb we get closer torepparttar 122107 wholeness of our being.

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