Arkashean Q&A Session -- 022
THERRY: This session tape is in regards to a training process for opening up new areas in the mind, with respect to using greater areas of the brain.
BLAKE: Okay, if you feel your heartbeat all over the place, the next step is to try to... what do you do with the next step in opening [up] how you feel?
THERRY: Well first, you have to understand why you want to start feeling your heart beat in any part of your body. You have to understand exactly what it is that you're doing. Well, for one thing, just the feeling of the heart beat in any place that you chose is the process of becoming aware of what's going on in your body and without realizing it, controlling the contractions of the circulatory system. Now you have to become aware of your body and how it feels and its relative layers before you can hope to gain control of it.
BLAKE: How do you feel relative layers of your body?
THERRY: Well, you get to know different states, the different way a particular [thing] feels or you use your mind to try [to] understand or to try to imagine different parts or different layers or different depths of feeling... Try to, in your mind, see what the target spot looks like before you concentrate on it and what it looks like after you've made the change.
BLAKE: Okay, so how does that affect... how do you use that in the opening up of your mind?
THERRY: Well, once you are aware, by a much greater degree of the internal feeling, then you can match the internal feeling with certain, observable behavior of the body. Once you can do this...of course, I realize this is done through trial and error, but once you can do this, then you can practice overtly on a very rigid bases, you can practice constricting or relaxing various blood vessels of the body.
BLAKE: So when it's relaxed, do you feel more pressure or do you feel less pressure 'cause I can sit and concentrate and feel more pressure at that point that I'm thinking of. So what is that really doing? Is that constricting?
THERRY: Chances are, there's a good chance that as the blood vessel constricts, it fights the circulatory so you would actually feel the pulse or the heart beat as the part you're trying to push the blood through that smaller opening.
BLAKE: So it's constricted?
THERRY: Chances are, yes. One of the things that you should do in this case is, limit yourself to the circulatory system in the sense of understanding, not only what is actually happening, but what it looks like as it passes through various parts of your body. Go to various biology books or various anatomy books and look at [how the blood system on] the chart flows through your body and things like this. Now what this will do is, this will enable you to use all of your input. It's extremely important that you be able to internally visualize the areas that you're dealing with. This will give you greater control. Now if you can use various charts of your body which will give you a complete picture of how the circulatory system works, then you can indeed learn to feel what actually you're dealing with, if you're dealing with the superficial venal system or if you're dealing with major venal systems.
BLAKE: Is it necessary to know your organs too?
THERRY: No, for now, limit yourself to the circulatory system not with the organs which they feed because that's for [later].
BLAKE: Okay, so how about the blood and the brain, how does that [fit in?]
THERRY: Okay, well right at the moment, what you don't realize is that mankind only uses a very, very small percentage of the brain. Well, the rest of the brain is still being fed, but it's only sort of a skeleton crew type thing. The area of the brain that you really, rarely don't use all that much. It's only like on a standby position, having very, very minimal, practically no blood or you know, because it's not being used, you don't need it. It's sort of a state of suspended animation. Now as you use these areas more and more, you actually...it requires more fuel. Well, as time passes and as you practice more in using these feelings and controlling your venal blood, in other areas of your body, then you can get to know the feelings. Because remember, nothing happens in your body without you knowing about it. It might be a very imperceptible change, but if you train yourself to feel or know these changes, and map these changes with various states of awareness, and various impulses and various senses, then you can pretty well tell what's going on.
BLAKE: So if I begin to start feeling my heart beat in my head a lot...thump, thump, thump, I'm restricting blood vessel flow? Or am I increasing [it?]
THERRY: Yeah, the chances are, the vessels are being restricted because of tension... The important thing to learn is to how to teach the target area to relax more... make it larger so more blood can flow to feed the area and also to ease any pain that might be there.
BLAKE: That's the only way I can feel it with so far is through...?
THERRY: Yes, but...
BLAKE: I hope it's not constricting...
THERRY: Yes, but in practice you find that being able to restrict it will be a guide to being able to relax it, 'cause you need both.
BLAKE: I thought I would open it, when I did that.
THERRY: Well, in its natural state, it is open. Now there are some states whereby the natural tenseness of your body or your state of being or your attitude or your interaction with your world, so to speak, automatically feels a type of tension in your body. Now the ability to control, constrict as well as relax your venal system or your circulatory system will enable you to open up this restriction at all times. And more important, it will enable you to take command over the stress areas and you will be able to open them up through the power of your own mind.
BLAKE: Can you describe to me what this feeling is? I can sit here and go, ahhh, I don't know the words for it. You might say, I can restrict my whole being all at once.
THERRY: Yeah, it feels like a tightening...except...
BLAKE: Yeah, it's all over. I can do it at will. I don't know if that' s normal and...?
THERRY: Well, some people can, others can't. The thing is that the thing is that you don't do it through an all over stuff. You chose a specific area of your body. Like for instance, say you start out visualizing your foot and say you start out being able to feel the blood running through your foot. First, you start out being able to feel the pulses, then you go on to the experiment whereby you no longer want to feel the pulses. Instead you just feel the relaxing flushing of the blood through your veins, rather than the pulsations...different things like that.
BLAKE: Yeah, 'cause I can feel two totally different sensations. One a pulse, and one of hmm, it's on my mind, it's like a ... there's no pulse involved... I don't know what's that feels [like]. I don't know, I don't know what that feels like doing. Do you have any idea what that's doing?
THERRY: Well, this [is] where you're going to have to do an awful lot of watching and comparing.
BLAKE: Yeah, with biofeedback?
THERRY: Yeah, biofeedback machinery will help you a lot. This is the one area where they'll serve you the greatest and it'll help you the quickest, where you'll be able to gain control much faster because biofeedback will tell you what's happening inside your body.
BLAKE: So if I practice the mental exercises, and I try predicting things...
THERRY: That's to come afterwards. See once you're capable of more or less controlling your blood, your blood flow...the next step up [from] that will be gaining control over the amount of oxygen that is transmitted and the amount of waste that is attained. Once you're capable of controlling the circulatory system, then almost automatically, you'll be able to control the other two.
BLAKE: I see.
THERRY: The breathing, the amount of oxygen that is exchanged. Now this will be very easily noticed because as more oxygen is exchanged, they'll be a warmer feeling there. It's like more blood will be in that area. Have you ever hyperventilated?
BLAKE: No, I don't know what that is.
THERRY: That's when you go ah-h-a-ah-haah (out of breath sound). And you do that for you know or when you breathe very, very deeply for about four or five or six or seven times and you know how you get a little dizzy sometimes and you feel hot or warm throughout your whole body?
THERRY: Well, this feeling of increased heat is in fact, more oxygen flowing through your body.
BLAKE: Sounds like a bad state to be in.
THERRY: No, no, no, no. It's only a bad state in that it's not a natural state because your body under natural conditions doesn't have that much oxygen to play with.
BLAKE: So if you get used to that much oxygen or...
THERRY: Well, the thing is, if in the natural course of things, you are able to control the amount of oxygen that is exchanged without having to hyperventilate then your...the combination of controlling your circulatory system of feeding various previously restricted areas of the brain. Once this is done, then it's more or less, coaching these areas of the brain to go to work and to match that you have to start using your brain more, using your mind. You have to go into areas such as higher mathematics or higher conceptual thinking and you pair that with gaining more information about your environment, about the people in general and you pair all of that with various exercises--sort of mental projections, like broadcasting. There are a whole myriad of examples where you can do that with.
BLAKE: Like what?
THERRY: Some of the examples are rather simple. Like a good thought for instance, would be... well say for instance, you have in mind, you want to go to the post office. Okay, it's one of your usually daily routines? Well instead of going to the post office to see if there's any mail, you try to use your hunch. Is there any need to go to the post office? Will there be any mail there? And you sort of develop your hunch. Well, if there is any mail or if there isn't any mail and...
BLAKE: This will use more areas of the brain automatically by doing that?
THERRY: Yes because it requires other areas of the brain to predict things. It requires a new pathway of neurons, which previously had not been there. You'll find that for a long, long, long time, you'll be wrong as many times as you're right. Well, this is simply chance at work but with persistence, practice all the time, you'll find that your chances of being right will increase over those that are being wrong ever so slightly at first, but nevertheless, pure chance will be reduced.
BLAKE: So you got to play with your mind every time you think about it?. It's hard to think about it all the time.
THERRY: It's not a case of playing with your mind. It's a case of you trying to develop an instinct for the answer, which you would mentally ask yourself already. So you would start with saying, let's see, is there any letters in the mailbox. If your mind tells you no, then you don't bother going. Because if you went, that would be inside of you, without realizing it, you'd be telling yourself, well maybe I'm wrong. You don't want to do that. If you get the feeling inside that no, there is no mail, then you just don't go. Now if during the times when you ask yourself that and you get the feeling, well, there might be mail but you don't know, you don't go. Now the only time that you go to discover is, if in thinking, you ask yourself is there any mail and you said yes, there is mail there, then you go. Now there will be a lot of times to begin with you'll probably be more wrong than you're right, but training and stuff will change that. So what you do then is that you go and every time that you're right, you'll feel good and you'll know that you're getting there but every time that you're wrong, just say, "Well, I'm getting there. " Practice. The idea is that you must fully convince yourself that you are doing the right thing. There must be no doubts at all, regardless of how many times, you're wrong.
BLAKE: Well, if I go some place to eat, for instance, and I got to feel that that's definitely the place that I got to go and then go and not change my mind?
THERRY: Exactly, make up your mind ahead of time. If you want to go there and whatever happens once you're there, accept it as well. That is part of the choice that you've made. It doesn't matter if you end up with poor food or extremely bad service in great food. You just figure, well, that's part of your choice.
BLAKE: Well, exercising while I'm in bed. That comes under the heading of "feeling the heart beat more" or "an oxygen exchange" or that kind of stuff?
THERRY: Well, such things will have to be developed. Exercises... specific exercises will have to be developed that will lead towards certain things... like going into a dream that you know about ahead of time.
BLAKE: Is understanding electronics using this part of the brain too?
THERRY: Yes. Understanding anything that is new for you is automatically opening up new parts of the brain.
BLAKE: That means more blood flow?
THERRY: As a matter of fact, think for a minute. Since you've been studying electronics and understanding the concept, hasn't your head felt slightly different?
BLAKE: Yeah, I like it.
THERRY: Well, what happens is that as these various changes keep maturing, you have to become aware of it. You can't take these changes for granted. You have to be aware of them. You have to pair them with the state of awareness that your differences [are] of. Like when you feel a little thicker or a little more at ease or wiser or whatever it is, well, you pair that with the greater ability, the greater wisdom, the greater understanding. Or another might be, if you're feeling slightly different and with that difference, you also feel a little bit down, well, you can pair the difference. You can understand that that whenever that feeling comes, maybe it accompanies that feeling of down. See, it's sort of like a warning system. Except that in the future when you begin feeling that feeling, well if you change the attitude, it'll change the feeling...
BLAKE: Well, I've done that a couple of times lately where I know I'm a little bit down and I change my attitude and things start happening.
THERRY: You'll have to talk louder because you're mumbling.
BLAKE: Well, I've already done this already, a little bit. But usually, I got to just get my mind blank and not just think about anything and then my attitude comes back. Is it like that?
THERRY: Well everybody has different ways. I can't tell you what's works for you. It's just a matter of trail and error until you can make the proper comparing. Well a program has to be developed of proper exercises of how to open up your mind and different things like that how to train your attitude so that your internal attitude can be controlled understanding conditions because after all, that is the number one control of all things.
BLAKE: Will you get a program up like that for me?
THERRY: Well, let's say that we will work together on it.
BLAKE: What about the Golden Rays and how does that interact with what I'm trying to do with my blood vessels?
THERRY: The Golden Rays is extremely valid. As a matter of fact, it is using the same input system as you're using the visual of the blood vessels, so exactly the same. It's an input via...it's a reinforcing input via the visual system as opposed to strictly the senses.
BLAKE: Well, every time I envision that, I have trouble thinking where it's coming from.
THERRY: Right. That's because you don't have a good concept of what Golden Rays are and the power behind them, whereas you do understand fully what the venal system is. 'Cause if you saw a chart or a map or a picture of the blood system, you would know what that is, where it's coming from, doing, so you wouldn't have that doubt. See, it's not a case that you don't know where it's coming from. It's a case that you don't know what it is and you don't know how to visualize it 'cause you have no reference points.
BLAKE: Can I get a set of reference points about the 'Golden Rays'? Isn't it too late?
THERRY: With time, yes. See, we've never really taken you to the sun [to see] the Corona and we've never pointed out how the actual Corona manifests itself in the atmosphere. We haven't done that yet. (All that) with time. Let's just say that the visual image of 'Golden Rays' is of a spiritual nature.
BLAKE: Can we make a program tape on tape that I can do a daily routine like we did with the directed meditation? Is there something I can do everyday, that I can set aside an hour and do my mental exercises for that day?
THERRY: Sure, sure that can be done. Understand that, it's going to take a long time, 'cause what you're really asking is to draw up an entire curriculum just as though you were going to college for a whole year, but it can be done, sure.
BLAKE: So how can we first start doing it?
THERRY: Well, we first have to map out the long range, ultimate goal of what we want and from that we have to break it up into two or three smaller goals and then in turn we have to take these smaller goals and break them down into smaller goals and so on until finally the goals are very easily gotten and very small in their nature or stature. Then once the goals are broken down, then we have to determine what is necessary or what is involved in order to reach these goals and what would be the actual due process of striving towards reaching those goals, such as, what exercise is necessary or different things like that. So, it takes a while. While it takes a long time, it can be done, sure, no problem.
BLAKE: Can you explain the radio, broadcasting parallelism? Is that exactly the same as sending out waves from your mind?
THERRY: Yeah, okay, understand that this incidentally is one of the larger goals that we previously spoke of. That is the ability to communicate with people or the ability to influence them by simply the process of your mind. That due process...while as far as allegorically speaking, it's exactly the same as broadcasting by radio. What you do is, that you take the various internal states of your body, using various stresses, the various sensations, the various lulls, etc., etc. and you transfer all of that energy into mind links by changing the various brain waves of your body such as growing from beta, alpha, different things. It's not so much necessarily the presence of the particular waves, but its intensity and it's change. Well, like any broadcasting, once a certain intensity of thought is there or amplitude is there, then it radiates from you and goes into space. Well brainwaves is the same thing. The only difference is, in the electrical world you use an antenna the pick up where as in the body, the body itself and the body's hair reacts as antennae or the main and that plus the physical features and the state of development of the other individual. So basically, communicating is very similar to broadcasting. And that understanding, that also gives you an input visually to reinforce your other state.
BLAKE: Well, the three areas of the brain, the glands, ventricular formation, pineal glands, getting blood to that area, more will open up, more areas of higher level...higher dimensions?
THERRY: Yes, definitely, you'll find that the actual broadcasting medium from which the frequency comes will be your pineal gland and then the ventricular formation will be your focusing area, the degree to which your intensity comes from and the pons of course, will just be a transference of ratios. But yeah, basically you're correct.
BLAKE: If you physically exercise [with] a scale on your head, does that increase the blood flow to your brain?
THERRY: Not to the brain itself, but it does give you awareness of various layers of your body. If you for instance, touch a part of your head, well you can determine what it feels like, not only underneath where it's being touched, but in various layers as well. The more different layers that you can sense or feel, independent from other layers, that much more your awareness of self or internal space becomes better and that of course, allows you in controlling external space.
BLAKE: There's so many changes that go on at once, you already said that you have no sense [about] all these minute things. Well, how do you decipher what you're feeling when you're walking down the road and you feel the sensation and there's like six...it could be several sensations that feed into one. How can [you] decipher all those things at once.
THERRY: Time and training will do that. Remember for most of your early life you've done it and taken advantage of it. In short, you simply took things for granted. Well, the due process now is, the new things that you learn, you stop taking things for granted. That's the basic rule and from now on, you no longer take things for granted. You must understand what is involved and once you've mastered something, you don't keep talking about it, because it will be thought of internally. But the thing that is necessary is that you understand due process step by step, little by little, what really is going on. That way, you will be able to understand what's going on. For instance, now if you wanted to think of step by step of what happens for you to walk, you couldn't do it. [It's been] so long ago, it's been taken for granted for so long, that you couldn't do it. You couldn't possibly [go back] from here to there - how do I do this? Okay, I've got to command my body to get up. That means I've got to stretch this muscle, relax this muscle, make my brain give me equilibrium and all that jazz, you know. Well with time, the new things that you've learnt, you have to understand what's going on and don't take things for granted.
BLAKE: You've just said, I take a lot of things for granted.
THERRY: Yeah, but that's an old thing, I said the new stuff that you learn, you don't take for granted.
BLAKE: So how's [your] attitude [supposed to be] when you're exercising?
THERRY: Attitude is of paramount importance. You have to...if you feel the slightest doubt that you want or don't want to do something, rather than [something else], you just don't do it. Your attitude has got to be with you 100% of the time. You've got to see that this is right. It is good. This must be done.
BLAKE: But there are times when you've got to decide what to do and in that decision you say, "Well maybe I'll do it," and you get the sensation, "Well, maybe I don't [want to do it]. But then all of a sudden, I know I want to do it now and I'll do it."
THERRY: Okay then, sure, there's nothing wrong with that. The point is, once the decision is made, don't make the decision because you feel you should do it. You've got to want to do it very badly, really deep down inside. You've got to want to do it. You've got to really, really enjoy doing it. It's got to give you great pleasure to do it. That's the way all exercises should be performed. Without that, you're doomed to fail. That's guaranteed.
BLAKE: I remember when we talked about the frightening feeling. Well, when I astrate, sometimes that same feeling inside is inside my head. Does that help you pinpoint exactly what feeling is and I can do it all over my whole body.
THERRY: Well, what's happening is that the due process of astrating is in fact, tightening and loosening various parts of the brain, feeding or restricting blood flow to certain areas of the brain in order to stimulate certain sensations.
BLAKE: Now, the Blood Mendella, where does that fit into this?
THERRY: That's the gate into and out of your body... pattern as a whole and it's presence. That belongs to the philosophy through the understanding of the whole rather than the due process of how it's done.
BLAKE: You're talking about learning about electricity's responses?
THERRY: Yeah, that's important because once you understand the laws of electricity, the fact that there's resistance and stuff like that, you equate these various parts to these specific laws and it gives you a visual input and a visual input is extremely important because in today's present society, a good 80% of all our knowledge has a primary input or vision, so the more visual input you have to reinforce these so-called, non-visual things, the better off you are.
BLAKE: How about communicating with animals?
THERRY: Well that is part of the exercises that you can be using. For instance, when you start experimenting with your external world, if you see a bird, flying by, for instance, well, mentally, you can try to have him look at you, as he flies by. Another exercise might be to have him fly a certain pattern before he takes off or you might want him to...another exercise might be that you might want him to come and land on a branch or try to communicate with him or different things like that. These are different exercises that can be done with the lower species. Now this is important, in that it gives you a feedback to the degree to which you are capable of transmitting and being received by yourself or by other species or etc.
BLAKE: Well so far, all this is geared to how you feel or transmit. How do you start receiving?
THERRY: That'll be automatic... you just practice the art of reflection, where you get yourself out of the way and you just listen.
BLAKE: Feedback and doubting the positive thoughts. Have we covered that fully yet?
THERRY: Well yeah, that's part of the idea of receiving too. You've got to remember that in anything that you do. If there's even a slightly, tiny bit of doubt, then you don't do that.
BLAKE: Well, if I wait long enough for mail to be there, mail will be there, right?
THERRY: Yes, well see, this you have to watch. You have to make sure that your attitude is such that you are indeed performing a true experiment, not simply a case where, I'll wait long enough and surely there's got to [be] mail there sooner or later, so I'll know that I'm going to be right. Well, that's not a true experiment.
BLAKE: Well, okay. Feeling happy, happy that you went some place where they had bad food and you get sick as a dog and you're supposed to feel happy about that, right?
THERRY: Yeah, well, see, the thing is, you're not happy in the fact that you get sick. The point is that you make a decision, you've really got to feel inside of you that it is the proper decision to make and therefore since you have made that decision, using whatever input is due and of course, you've put to make certain of course that you do use your head. I mean you don't want to make bad decisions, just because you want to be different, but once you have made the decision, it is of paramount importance that you accept the responsibility of that. Now if you made the decision to go some place and you end up buying tuna fish, you end up getting sad or end up getting food poisoning or something like that, well, then it's important that you don't get into the habit of thinking, "Well, damn it, I shouldn't have done that!" Never, never, mentally change a decision that you have already made. Regardless of how good it has been or how bad it has been, do not reflect or do not kick yourself or harm yourself or doubt yourself for having made that decision. If you find that you have made a wrong decision or a bad decision then simply say to yourself, "Well, I'll learn." It's a process of learning. Whatever you do, don't be angry or don't belittle yourself for having made a wrong decision. Simply say to yourself, well next time, I'll know better, to gain more information before making my decisions.
BLAKE: 'Cause you know how I constantly complain about things...Is that an example of what you talked about?
BLAKE: That's bad?
THERRY: Yes, it's very bad. What you've got to do, is you've got to be very careful you have enough data, enough information to advise you before you make a decision on something, but once you have made your decision...
BLAKE: Don't complain.
THERRY: Correct. Stop complaining. Accept it. It's simply a matter of training yourself to use the information. Usually you complain, because when you want to make a decision you don't use the information to guide you, you use your emotions and as a result, then you start bitching because your emotions gave you a raw deal so to speak. Or it's the emotions fault, it's your fault. It's a game that you're playing with yourself.
BLAKE: Well what about classical pairings?
THERRY: Okay, well when you feel something new and stuff like that, what [it] is that you have to pair the new feeling with the new thought or the new feeling with the new state of awareness. You have to look at it as a matched pair in order to understand what's going on. You have to understand what classical conditioning is and how it works. That is the main force that begins operant learning. You start out learning by classical conditioning and then from there through operant learning and that's the due process of reducing the element of chance and gaining the element of being right more often.
BLAKE: What's the...define classical conditioning and operant behavior.
THERRY: Well you have to go into the psychology books for that. It's not necessary for me to discuss that here, you can [read about] that in the regular psychology books.
BLAKE: When we talk about...is it muscle tensing or [is] it blood?
THERRY: Yeah, that's a very important thing that you have to make sure of. You have to make sure that when you're experimenting with the venal system and stuff like that in your experimentation you've got to make sure that you're not tensing your muscles or your skin. That feeling of tightness or that feeling of tenseness, you've got to make sure that it's not the muscles that are tightening as opposed to the veins that are tightening.
BLAKE: Well, I could do it right now and I still couldn't tell you...you know that tonal tensing or tightening. I couldn't tell you if it's muscles or veins or arteries or aura? I couldn't tell you.
THERRY: Well that's part of the thing - you'll have to learn the difference.
BLAKE: I don't think it's muscles. But hell, when you feel something more, it's usually muscles, right?
THERRY: Or the skin, but the point is, you have to through experimentation, learn the difference between the muscle and when it's not. Again, biofeedback machinery and galvonic responses will help you there.
BLAKE: Is that it?
THERRY :That ends it.
BLAKE: When you care about doing something too much, does that get in your way?
THERRY: Yes it does. Only in the area that if you put too much value on something, you want to succeed too much and that interferes because of tensions and attitude. It will prevent you from learning. So the thing to do is to want to do something, make a decision to learn, but don't place such a high value on it. It's going to interrupt you. By caring too much, it's like you were playing tennis, you had to win that point, and there was so much value at winning that point that you became so tense that you couldn't win the point. You ended up losing.
BLAKE: If I watched a movie on blood flow versus looking at sharks, is that more effective in learning?
THERRY: Well that depends on your squeamishness. It's important to begin with that you look at the charts or the maps of the body system. That will tell you the geography of the blood vessels in relation to the body. Now looking at that gives you the inside appearance as opposed to simply the geography of where is where, so both are very important.
BLAKE: Can you use broadcasting for other purposes? Well that's just a situation to try to manipulate people. Or can you use it for something more noble, you might say?
THERRY: Well everything you have to do has to be done from a noble standpoint. But yeah, you can use broadcasting in many ways.
THERRY: Basically, in helping others and trying to understand others. Sure it's a way of communicating to others without really ever talking to them. Many people would be receptive to their thoughts as opposed to your speaking to them, so broadcasting is a way of giving them the idea and making them think it is their idea as opposed to yours.
BLAKE: Can you tell me what the higher brain waves are about and where the attached electrodes pick them up?
THERRY: Sure, in due time, sure. It requires that we understand the patterns of the brain and the areas that deal with what, but yeah, sure, it can be done. No problem.
BLAKE: So if you get more blood to an area and you get more oxygen and the oxygen is what opens up new areas?
THERRY: Yeah, you see the brain functions on oxygen not the blood itself. Blood flowing is simply a means of getting the oxygen to that area of the brain.
BLAKE: Can you artificially pump oxygen to get [it] into an area of concern?
THERRY: When you say artificially, no. But indirectly, yeah, through the ability to control a constriction and the relaxation of various blood vessels of various places paired with the transference of oxygen, the intake rather....See, it's the blood going to a part of the body [which] is rich in oxygen as opposed to depleted in oxygen, that makes a big difference in breathing processes there. They're called...
BLAKE: Well are certain foods more conducive to more oxygen in the blood?
THERRY: Well yes, in a way, but more important, certain foods have a specific reaction on the protoplasm of the body and also certain foods have a tendency to deposit more garbage in the system and the more garbage you've deposited in the system that means it's much more trash that's gotta be filtered out of the blood.
BLAKE: Is there a way to put more oxygen in the system generally?
THERRY: Sure, eating proper foods and breathing properly. Being an active participator of environment as opposed to passive.
BLAKE: So you're mainly talking about exercise right now? Physical exercise?
THERRY: It doesn't necessarily have to be physical exercises in the sense of calisthenics or bar bells or something like that. No, not that type of exercise.
BLAKE: You say the pineal gland is a type of oscillator?
THERRY: Yeah, the pineal gland is the area that serves as your oscillator in broadcasting. That's the area that you'd be using or activating when you're actively transmitting.
BLAKE: What's the ventricular formation that the core correlates to in electricity?
THERRY: The ventricular formation is the area that's going to more or less be the focus, bringing out the amplitude or the intensity of the broadcasting wave. It's sorta like, ahh
BLAKE: The amplifier?
THERRY: Yeah, sorta the amplifiers, right.
BLAKE: Where's the ponds core?
THERRY: The pons will more or less be the root or the antennae that does the actual broadcasting.
BLAKE: Is there any other connecting links that would be important psychically?
THERRY: No, it's the interaction with [the] three as it relates to the rest of the mind.
BLAKE: You say the presence on the skin will determine how many layers of skins you have?
THERRY: Well that simply means that you can, as an experiment of becoming aware of within, you can use the space within, you can use the degree of pressure that you use to experiment with your feeling of touch. If you can barely place your hands over your body, barely touching, you can feel that it's your hair that is being touched. So that gives you a feeling of depth. Now if you go a little bit further and barely, barely touch the skin, then you get the feeling of what a silk touch is and if you apply a little more pressure you can tell it's a little bit deeper, etc., you know.
BLAKE: Breathing, relaxing the head is the sensation that creates more blood flow in astrating and other things?
THERRY: Well squeezing or massaging another part of the body is merely a subset or a continuance of what we just spoke of -- the ability to know or experience what is there. The actual massages is simply a way of stimulating that area.
BLAKE: Which is restricting and opening and restricting and opening?
THERRY: Yeah, something like that.
BLAKE: Is that the basic action of more development in certain areas?
THERRY: Something like that. The ability to open areas and constrict others to force more blood in respective areas.
BLAKE: When I make a bird look at me, how do I know that he didn't make me look at it?
THERRY: You don't , but you must assume that being the higher form of life and the fact that the experiment is yours not his, you have to assume that you're in control as opposed to it being in control.
BLAKE: What will not complaining really do? I mean, what are you actually doing? What's the...what're you creating inside you? What type of internal wisdom mechanism are you creating?
THERRY: Well, when you stop complaining about things because you made an incorrect decision or something like that, what that is in fact, besides helping you understand that you're taking responsibility for your own actions as opposed to fluffing it off on the environment, you are in fact creating or working on attitude which is again, the number one biggie. When you stop complaining and start acting, then you are in fact in the formation of new habits, yet you're forming...You know, it's a case of habit formation and that of course, [is] the basis to control attitude.
BLAKE: That's it?