Odd, the phrases we use, don’t you think?
There I was, telling a mutual friend that, by mutual consent, Will and I had decided to give our weekly remote viewing sessions a rest for the time being. We’d kept it up just about every week for over two years. We’d had some spectacular successes and proved to ourselves, without a shadow of doubt, that it is possible to give detailed information on remote locations in the past, present and future, just by focusing on a particular person or location at a given time. (Many of our adventures are detailed further back in this blog.)
“Yes,” I said. “We’ve decided to leave it for now. We’re running out of places and ideas to try and his heart really isn’t in it at the moment. I’ve noticed, too, that when he feels like that, the success rate falls off sharply, and that, of course, demotivates us even more.”
That was the one thing we hadn’t been able to fathom – why, when on two given occasions, and when he was focusing equally hard both times, he would get an accurate, detailed viewing on one of them and virtually nothing on the other.
My friend, who was clutching a handful of research notes she’d come to share with me, gave a little yelp of delight and rummaged through the papers.
“It’s here somewhere! Hang on – I’ll find it… Yes! This is it: Bioplasma. It’s what some people call the energy field around the body. The field around the heart is masses stronger than it is around the brain.”
She searched her notes for the numbers. “The electrical field around the heart is sixty times stronger than around the brain… but the magnetic field is five thousand times stronger!”
I stared at her. Yes, I’d read information from the Heart-Math Institute. I’d seen their diagrams. I knew that just about every faith and healing modality speaks of the need to connect with the heart. I even have a good friend here on WordPress who is all ways telling me about the importance of it.
We read and hear things all the time, but there comes a moment when we are able to actually understand its relevance to our physical life. What my friend was showing me here was the direct effect of the heart on what we had been doing, particularly with regard to magnetic attraction. That was the missing puzzle piece!
The following Sunday, I attempted to explain its significance in terms of our remote viewing experiences to Will (via WhatsApp, naturally). It took him a while to grasp what I was trying – in my halting way – to explain. Then he got it:
So you’re saying good results are not so much dependent on the conscious intention of it but the motivation for the result emanating from an emotional desire to do it.
I couldn’t have put it that succinctly and eloquently, but that was it. If your ‘heart isn’t in it’ – whatever ‘it’ might be, the results will be nowhere near as good.
I may not have grasped the full relevance of plasma (bio- or otherwise) and its peculiar electromagnetic qualities. I’m deeply hazy on what ‘free electrons’ might be and do; I’m a ponderer, not a scientist. I’m looking now, though, for the truths lurking in our everyday language –
‘I felt a pull to go there’
‘A magnetic attraction towards him’
‘She really spoke from the heart’
‘I felt drawn to do this’
‘His heart wasn’t in it’.
Deep inside we’ve always known all of this. Being able to utilise the knowledge, though, in a fully conscious way, makes anything possible.