You May Be Stronger Than You Think

            All human beings are born with an innate power to do many things we think of as “paranormal” – telepathic contact, remote viewing, out-of-body experiences, rapid healing, pain control, and ecstatic fusion with the Divine, for example. Alas, we raise our children in such a way that they forget these things. Few adults can remember how these things are done.

            But you knew once. S.T.O.R.M. exists to remind you of this innate human wisdom, so that you can come into your full power – perhaps for the first time since you were a little child.

The Self-Editing Mechanism

            Most people live their lives with their senses partly asleep. We may be awake enough to hold a job and not fall into any holes, but we still miss a lot of what happens around us. The reason is that our senses have become encrusted with toxins, as a result of the little traumas that occur for anyone as they grow up. These little traumas lead us to start editing the input we receive from the outside world. We edit out the fairies, the angels, the tugboats that talk, the three bears and the magic swords, the numinous encounters with the Sacred. This editing-out is usually encouraged or even enforced by parents and teachers.

  • Editing out the Paranormal

As a direct consequence of this silencing of the inner voices of childhood, we relegate a certain class of perceptions to the category “paranormal.” Then when we have such perceptions – as we did more often when we were young – we are either frightened or dismissive. It was either evil spirits or childish nonsense. Either way, the grown-up thing to do is to ignore it and carry on.

  • Putting the Paranormal back into the Norm

So we erase a considerable part of human perception in our children, by the way we raise them and educate them. The Sacred Technology will change this. It cleanses the encrustations of toxins from your senses, so that with your newly awakened senses you may talk to spirits, view events far away, and journey out of your body, as well as having clairvoyant moments and lucid dreams. Artists, composers and writers use the Sacred Technology for creative inspiration, usually without realizing they are using it. It can speed up healing, slow down aging, and control pain.

  • The Price You Pay for Shutting Down the Self-Editing Mechanism

A certain self-discipline is required to strengthen oneself for this Technology. You have to give up whining, and focus on showing forgiveness in life situations. Purify yourself until you can respond to others from unconditional love (agape), not in a showy way but simply from the heart. Practice affectionate detachment, still caring for others but no longer going up and down on their roller coasters. Practice providing service to others, to strengthen yourself for surrendering your will to the Sacred. Seek self-annihilation rather than self-advertisement. Practice emptiness as a way of being when you have light repetitive chores to do like housework.

  • Shutting off the Self-Editor Awakens Inner Fire

This, in conjunction with the Practice taught at S.T.O.R.M., will gradually light an inner fire of blissful Divine Light, often so real your body heat sky-rockets. This energy permeates the universe as well as you personally. It is called prana in India, chi in China, “love” in the Christian tradition. It is an immanent Oneness, a Unity that pervades all things. Many spiritual traditions tap into it, such as Hawaiian huna, the pre-Christian planetary spheres, the sefirah of Judaic mysticism, the chakras of the Hindus, the Native American Medicine Wheel, the Christian sacraments, alchemy and the Toltec Dream Gates.

  • Why We Call the Inner Fire “Energy”

We call it “energy” because we can use it to make things happen. Shamanic journeying, healing and pain control, communication with angels, and fusion with the Sacred in ecstasy are all empowered if you know how to use the energy. Creative artists can direct the energy through their creative medium to produce beyond their own capacity and skills. Dancers direct the energy through their bodies to give inspired performances. Martial artists do the same thing to win fights.

It is all done by drawing on the same “energy,” and using it to make things happen. S.T.O.R.M. exists to teach you how.