Saturday, June 30, 2012


-       Analyse the strength of your desire.
-       Be absolutely convinced of the infallibility of the method you are using. If necessary, strengthen your conviction with the help of positive affirmations. Using the present tense, repeat such phrases as: 

"I am using an infallible method"


"I am bringing what I am visualising into my life"

   Repeat each affirmation at least three times. Never use negative forms like: "I haven’t any work at the moment, but I’m going to find a job". Use such positive phrases as:

"Visualisation helps me to achieve my aspirations"

-       Close your eyes. A black or opaque surface appears. Project your mental image onto this screen. See yourself performing the activities related to the job you want to do. Also see the pleasant surroundings in which you are developing your full potential. Look at the people around you. Your colleagues are friendly towards you, they have accepted you unreservedly. You have been readily accepted into the workplace, everyone holds you in high regard. You have real professional skills which make everyone like you and wins you the respect of your superiors. You are in line for a rapid promotion since you are ideally suited to the job.

-       Envisage ever greater satisfaction. Give free rein to your imagination and imagine as many pleasant situations as you like. To increase the power of your visualisations, you can bathe each sequence in a beautiful golden light. Also use all the positive affirmations likely to strengthen your mental images.

-       Repeat this visualisation once or several times a day. There is no reason why you shouldn’t embellish your sequences from one session to the next, adding details that you consider useful.

Friday, June 29, 2012

Questions to ask yourself before visualising your objective:

-       Why do I want to obtain this or that particular thing?
-       Does what I want really correspond to my needs?
-       Am I entitled to want to achieve this objective?

  There is good reason, before you change your life, to carry out a rapid analysis to assess the repercussions of any potential changes on those around you. Ask yourself if what you want to obtain is purely for your own benefit and satisfaction, or is it also for the benefit of other people? Experience has proved that a visualisation is more effective when the underlying motive is based on a desire to contribute to the well-being of others.

   For example, wanting to increase your salary or win at games of chance is not necessarily prompted by a desire to satisfy your own personal ends. It is quite likely that an improvement in you personal situation will have positive repercussions for the members of your family and your friends…

   It would also be unacceptable to want to obtain something knowing that the satisfaction of your own desire would be prejudicial to someone else. Never behave like a capricious and spoiled child who is determined to get another child’s toy at any price. There is no need to take anything from anyone to achieve your objectives. All you have to do is create the right conditions.

   Here is a specific example, to give you a better idea of how to use creative visualisation to improve your quality of life. Let’s consider visualisation applied to looking for a job, according to the following exercise.

   Begin by relaxing. When you feel sufficiently relaxed, move on to the next stage. Choose the exact theme of your visualisation (in this case, looking for a job). Since your objective is to find a job, ask yourself the following questions:

-       What activity sector do you want to work in?
-       Define the annual salary you would like to earn.
-       Do you want the job you envisage to offer other advantages, other forms of stimulation? If so, what form do these take: job satisfaction, prospects for career development, cultural development, human relations?
-       Which area do you want to work in? Identify the job that most closely corresponds to your ideal of life.

Thursday, June 28, 2012


   It is important not to disperse and waste mental energy. By remaining focused on your objective you can be sure of realising your hopes and aspirations: the key is for your mind to be absorbed by a single idea – almost to the point of not being able to thinks about anything else. This idea, this objective, is no longer simply an element in your life, it has become your life. 

   The kind of concentration I am talking about simply means sacrificing all ideas that are not essential to the realisation of your project or the materialisation of your objective.
   This also means that you should not try realise your objective until you are completely satisfied with the mental image you have of that objective.


   To give greater strength to your visualisations, use the following formula. It has belonged to the Secret Tradition for many generations, and is powerfully "charged" with cosmic energy. Repeat it three times.

 Ideas arise - the superior Intelligence helps me and  Love guides me - I find answers and solutions – I see the Perfect Light – Such is life »

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Principles to be observed

   In everyday life, physical action – i.e. everything you do, everything you experience (your professional activities, your relationships with others, your emotional and family life) – provides the basic materials with which to radically improve and transform your life.

   You now know the various methods for relaxing and concentrating successfully. By practising the above exercises, you will be able to begin to visualise. This means that you will now transform the mental images you have created (which correspond to what you want to do with and get from your life) “into reality".

   With regard to visualisation, the basic principle is as follows:


   In other words, you must channel all your energy into visualising in the greatest detail what you want and how to obtain it, while believing you have already acquired it.

   This applies to whatever objective you want to achieve: your own house, a new car, meeting the ideal partner, happiness in love, additional income, following a course of study, obtaining a social promotion, recovering your health, etc …

Monday, June 25, 2012

Third exercise

   The aim of visualisation is not to create mental images for the fun of  it, but to help you change the course of your life. When you begin to work on achieving your various plans, dreams and objectives, you will not be using fixed images. By this I  mean that realising your plans requires a technique which is closer to cinema, where you will be required to create moving images.

   To make your future experiments easier, you are now going to learn how to bring the subject of your visualisation to life, beginning with a simple image. To do this, take a sheet of paper and draw a simplified image of a bird in flight, seen from the front with its wigs outstretched.

   Begin by staring at the drawing and concentrating your gaze on the head, between the two wings, and then blinking both eyes rapidly at the same time. After doing this several times, stop for a few seconds and then do the following exercise. Close one eye and keep the other open, and then reverse the procedure. Keep repeating the exercise, rapidly alternating the eye you close and the eye you keep open and so on. Then, without any form of transition, close both your eyes and see your bird in flight. If necessary, keeping your eyes closed, blink both eyelids at the same time to accentuate the impression of flight in your mental image …

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Second exercise in visualisation

    During these first exercises you have learned to create a mental image, in other words to visualise. As soon as you want to, you can pass to the next stage: creating the mental image of a black circle. Once you have captured this image, use your will to maintain it.  
   If necessary, use the pressure technique described above, maintaining the pressure of your index finger for around thirty seconds.

   Now that your black circle is stable, you are going to try and change its colour. Think hard about the colour purple. Repeat the word “purple” several times (you can murmur it or say it aloud). The important thing is that you say it with conviction: it must come from deep within you.

   Make yourself see your black circle becoming gradually lighter, transforming its colour to purple by using your will. This is easy for you because your circle doesn’t have a will of its own, it can’t fight your determination! It can only do what you want; it is what you want it to be and nothing else!

   Once its colour has changed, continue to work on this purple circle by making it change to other colours. Begin by making it change to blue, then green, yellow, orange and finally red.

Saturday, June 23, 2012

To begin with, here are a few simple exercises to get accustomed to visualisation.

   First of all, you must limit yourself to learning to train your mind to recreate the objects on which you have concentrated.

First exercise

   Draw a single horizontal line on a sheet of paper. Look at the line: its colour, length, thickness. Then close your eyes and try to see your drawing. Don’t force yourself; your vision should be natural and rapid, rather as if you were transferring the line you have drawn from the paper to the inside your forehead. Open your eyes and look at your drawing again. Close your eyes and see the line in your mind’s eye.

   At first, since mental images have a tendency to be “elusive", you  may have the impression that the image of your line is floating inside your head, becoming stable every so often. Use a stable period to locate the point on your forehead where the image has formed. When you have located the image, press hard with your index finger on the place where it has formed.

   You will note that this zone corresponds the point between your eyebrows, above the bridge of your nose (the location of the famous "third eye" of clairvoyants). This method of location is designed to make future visualisations easier. Your subconscious has registered the pressure and, from now on, you will have no difficulty in doing this exercise.

   In the days following this first experiment, repeat the exercise using different images: a vertical line, a cross, a circle, a triangle, letters of the alphabet, etc …

Friday, June 22, 2012

Bring about silence and calmness in your mind...

   I mean silence the mental chatter, the internal dialogue that "leeches" on your intuitive mind…     
   This is the basis of the techniques used in creative visualisation.  


   Once you have decided this, you can act. In other words, you can give concrete expression to your new life by using the most appropriate instrument for the task: thought.

   Usually, when we try to change our life, we simply imagine it and that obviously doesn’t bring about any form of change. Imagining is not enough, we must really want to do it and then do our utmost to achieve what we want, to experience it on an everyday level. To achieve this, you have a complete range of tools, that can be divided into two main categories :

- classic actions (personal work, efforts, relationships … in fact anything that enables you to influence your quality of life).

- mental actions (visualisation, remote influence, telepathy, mediumistic protection…).

   Among these mental actions, visualisation is a unique tool which significantly strengthens the effectiveness of your work and efforts (as well as my telepathic and mediumistic actions).

   So how do you use this valuable tool? This is what I am going to show you.             

Thursday, June 21, 2012


   Visualisation means forming mental images, creating virtual images "in your head" (i.e. images that only exist potentially, which are in the state of possibility).

   The aim of the previous relaxation and concentration exercises is to train and prepare you for this next stage.

   Secondly, these virtual images are "fed by light" so that they acquire the conditions essential for their realisation, and therefore their materialisation (their concretisation in the dense world of matter).

   The secret art of visualisation lies in this process, which has been carefully concealed by the Initiated and which you will never find clearly explained in books intended for the general public.

   Visualisation is an ancient and mystic knowledge previously reserved solely for the Initiated. From the earliest times, Egyptian and Chaldean magi, and many more besides, used the creation of mental images during magic ceremonies. It was then a current practice born of a very long and patient observation of the Laws of the Universe and the mechanisms of nature.

   The observation of nature teaches us that any animal unable to take care of itself becomes the prey of another animal and that a plant unable to obtain its energy from the sun and water returns to the earth from whence it came.
   This rationale can also be applied to human beings. They must learn to take responsibility for themselves; they are responsible for their development and survival and no one can do this for them. 

   According to Magi Initiates, each living being consists of matter vibrating at a certain frequency, of energy which is in fact condensed light! – and this energy chooses a body to "inhabit" (don’t worry, this divine alchemy has absolutely nothing to do with stories of vampires, spells cast by evil beings and other such superstitions!). The body can therefore be compared to an "instrument" used by energy. It enables us to experience life.

   Living means learning to remember the perfection of this divine energy, to remember our inner-being-of-divine-origin: we must re-learn to use its natural power, to rediscover the resources that are within us.

   If you want to join the ranks of the Initiated, it is important to understand that living "here and now", entirely in the present, is extremely important. You won’t change what your life was by thinking about what it could have been.

   It is important to understand that thought is an instrument just like your arms and legs and you must learn to use it. Just as you learned to take your first steps, you must learn to think and also to stop thinking.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Third exercise

Choose an object with a simple shape: a box of  matches, an outline drawing, a book, a vase, etc. Sit in a comfortable position and look attentively at the object you have chosen so as to fix its outline and general shape in your mind.

   Look at the outline of the object without focusing on the details. Close your eyes and try to recreate the object in your mind’s eye as accurately as possible.

   At the first attempt, you will probably find that the image is vague, fleeting, and its outline imprecise. Try to improve this image as much as possible. Open your eyes and look at the object again: this time look at the details (shape, colours, etc…), all its characteristics. Then close your eyes again and recreate the object in your mind’s eye as accurately as possible. Repeat the exercise until you manage to recreate the object clearly. You should see it "in your mind’s eye" as clearly as you saw it with your eyes.

   You have just completed a very important step, and the next step is much easier.

   By practising concentration on a regular basis, you will automatically acquire an excellent level of attention to the details of everyday life. This quality of concentration will not only make you more discerning but will also make you more able to keep your objectives very much in mind. You will have developed what is commonly known as "sequential thought".

   Once you have developed this habit with practice, concentrating “to order” will become increasingly easy. You will be able to use your mind and your mental powers as reliable and permanently available "tools".

   You are now ready to approach visualisation in the true sense of the term and take advantage of its wonderful benefits. You will develop the ability to modify your future and ultimately transform your life. In other words, you will no longer be the victim of events, you will create them.

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Second exercise

When you go for a walk, get into the habit of looking attentively at the people you meet and try to remember, as accurately as possible, the cut and colour of their clothes, their shoes, hairstyle, gestures and features. Do the same for the things you see.

  By getting into the habit of doing this you will acquire the ability to observe things more accurately and remember what you have seen for longer. This will prepare you for more complex forms of concentration. It will also make it easier for you to create mental images when you begin the visualisation exercises in the following section.

Monday, June 18, 2012

First exercise

   Take a sheet of cardboard and draw a black dot in the centre. The size of the dot doesn’t matter, the main thing is that you can see it clearly.

   Then sit in a comfortable position, place the cardboard in front of you and look at the black dot. For a minute or so, just look at it without making any kind of effort. Let your gaze rest on the black surface of the dot. Don’t think about anything. If a thought comes into your mind, don’t "fight" it, let it drift away and dissipate.

   Now, look at the black dot but focus on its centre, as if you wanted to see what it contained. Try not to blink. Do this for two minutes.

   Now you are perfectly acquainted with the black dot. If asked to, you would have no difficulty in drawing it. Put the cardboard to one side and close your eyes. Try to see the dot in your mind’s eye. All you have to do is reconstruct the image as you have just seen it. In only a few seconds you will have the impression that the black dot is floating in your head and becomes fixed in the region of your forehead. Once you have obtained this image, you can end the exercise.

Sunday, June 17, 2012

How to achieve a high level of concentration

   Concentration depends on a few simple rules that must be observed. The classic error usually consists of wanting to cut out various stages and try to learn the art of concentration without first having achieved the necessary level of relaxation.
   This is why I am advising you to begin your concentration sessions (at  least at the beginning of your training) with a relaxation exercise.

   Because the aim of concentration is to focus the attention, trying to concentrate on several things at once is impossible. You should therefore choose one object or one subject on which to concentrate and stick to it.

   In the early stages, I suggest you experiment with a tangible object. In other words, use a material medium, something you can look at. Concentrating on an idea or an event is also possible, but trying to do this immediately would be like trying to read before you had learned the alphabet.

   Without further ado, I will explain a number of exercises of progressive difficulty. To achieve the best results, I suggest you dedicate a week to each exercise.

Thursday, June 14, 2012


   Concentration is the ability to focus and fix your attention on an idea or object to the exclusion of everything else, even disturbing elements likely to distract you.

   "Being able to concentrate" means having the power to focus all your mental energy on one thing at a time, without allowing yourself to be distracted by the events or circumstances that occur around you.

   By way of example, if you place a magnifying glass in line with the sun’s rays and focus the point of light on the lens onto a piece of paper, the paper will burst into flames. Concentrate your mind in the same away, focusing all your mental energy on a single fact, without being distracted, and the light will shine forth!

   In this way, any problem that arises in your mind can be resolved by a few minutes of real concentration.

   I can assure you that concentration is one of the keys to success.

   If you want to be successful, achieve something worthwhile and reach the highest rungs on the social ladder, you must learn to focus your attention, thoughts, emotions, desires and determination (if you follow my instructions to achieve the first stage of initiation, you will be perfectly capable of doing it!). Focus them like the sun’s rays, on a single point.

   Subjects who acquire top positions, in any branch of human activity, are able to focus and concentrate their minds.

   This applies to top sportsmen and women, scientific researchers, surgeons and lawyers. In fact, if these people are successful, it is because they are able to concentrate.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Instant relaxation

   This method is based exclusively on breathing. Breathe in deeply, expanding your stomach to ensure the maximum retention of air. When you have done this, hold your breath and keep the air in your lungs while you count slowly to ten. Then breathe out deeply through your mouth, drawing in your stomach to expel all the air from you body. Then breathe normally.

   If you want to, you can repeat the process a second or even a third time if the need arises. Apart from enabling you to relax immediately, this simple exercise also has the advantage of revitalising the cells of the organism. This charge of energy begins to take effect from around the fifth second of holding your breath.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012


What is relaxation ? It is the release of muscular tension designed to reduce mental stress.
   Relaxation can be compared to a particularly effective shield against the aggression resulting from an exhausting way of life. It makes it possible, through the control of the mind and body, to avoid inner tension, the famous stress that wears out the nerves.

   Relaxation is a way of achieving countless – physical and psychological – benefits.

   Unlike sleep and rest, relaxation is not a natural function, a function that is performed instinctively when the need arises. Relaxation is learned and then practised.

   Relaxing means placing your body and mind in an almost instantaneous state of complete passivity.

   When you are in a period of activity, your body and mind are involved in your efforts. Your muscles and nerves are subjected to tensions of which you are unaware; your brain functions at full capacity, you don’t stop thinking, your mind works constantly throughout the day.

   Successful relaxation is achieved through the cessation of all physical activity and therefore via a process of complete release. When the body is completely relaxed, it also becomes possible to calm the agitation of the mind. When the body is relaxed, the mental-energy waves function at a slower rate, adopting what scientists call an “alpha rhythm”. This particular rhythm is beneficial for the health of both body and mind.

   Initially you will learn to let go, to relax, in order to rediscover yourself, i.e. rediscover your true self at will. This self, which can’t be seen in the mirror, is however your most  precious friend since this is the real YOU!

   Here is a simple relaxation exercise that must be done every day for about fifteen minutes. Choose a quiet moment and somewhere where you won’t be disturbed by the activity going on around you. The exercise can be done in the morning, during the day or at night before you go to bed.

·       Lie down in a comfortable position, making sure your clothes are not to tight as this will hinder your breathing.
·       Remain passive for a few moments, with your eyes closed, listening to the sound of your own breathing.
·       If thoughts come into your head, let them come, don’t try to stop them.
·       Inhale deeply allowing the air to expand your stomach. Hold the air in your lungs and count slowly to ten.
·       Breathe out deeply through your mouth, drawing in your stomach.
·       Repeat the process twice more.
·       Breathe normally, steadily and calmly, making every effort to be aware of your breathing.

You will now begin to relax.

·       Feel the weight of your body «sinking » into the ground. Let yourself go, allowing yourself to drift. Feel your chest rising and falling as you breathe in and out, feel the expansion and contraction of your rib cage. Listen to your heart beating.
·       Now imagine that a wave of warm and peaceful energy is entering your body through your toes and is relaxing all the tiny muscles and tendons in your feet… Feel the energy flowing around your ankles and up towards your calves … Your feet and calves are warm and heavy, as if they were bathed in the rays of a warm sun …
·       Let this warm, heavy energy flow up your legs and into your pelvis … Your pelvis is open to receive this slow-flowing current of smooth, mellow energy… Feel your muscles and organs relaxing as this energy flows gently along your spine, vertebra by vertebra, to your solar plexus, then your chest, shoulders, along your arms and into your hands…
·       Every inch of your body relaxes… Your whole body is warm and heavy as this energy flows into your neck and head and relaxes all your muscles and tendons… Feel this warm energy flooding your face; let your eyes sink in their orbits, your cheek bones relax, your jaw slacken…
·       Now your whole being is bathed in this warm and all-pervading energy … Be aware of the rhythm of your breathing as if you were watching a cork rising and falling on the waves, breathing in and out, rising and falling, expanding and contracting…
·       Feel the movements of life, the breath of your soul… Everything is breathing on its own, from the top of your head to the tips of your toes … Your entire body is now filled with light and the spirit of life.

   Initially, you can record this relaxation exercise on a tape recorded and follow the instructions of the voice (yours or someone else’s). Then with practice, you will find your own rhythm and will be able to practise it without the help of the recording.


Sunday, June 10, 2012

Control your Destiny

   In the esoteric and occult language of the Initiated, mastering this second stage empowers you to "Receive Communion at the Altar of the Sacred Temple".

   According to the Esoteric Tradition, as soon as first-stage Initiates have acquired sufficient energy to make the transition to a superior level of consciousness, they must use these 4 Secrets to maintain and extend this superior consciousness.

   This superior consciousness becomes extremely precious for them since it represents their guarantee of success in controlling their own destiny.

   They will use these Secrets on an everyday basis like "tools". This will enable them to consolidate their powers and make regular and confident progress.

   These 4 Secrets are interdependent, closely "inter-related" in a subtle and logical way. In fact, you could even regard them as one single Secret (which Initiates refer to as the Mystery of Perfect Light).
   However, to prevent this Secret appearing excessively impenetrable to you, and for reasons of simplicity and clarity, I  have sub-divided it into four parts so that you can apply it more easily. 

   These 4 parts concern four mutually "overlapping" areas: relaxation, concentration, visualisation and intuition.
   By practising these activities regularly, you will develop such superior qualities as creative imagination and divine inspiration; you will sharpen your spiritual «senses».

   Together we will consider how to proceed: so give me your full attention and let me guide you through the second stage of your Initiation.