The Frontal Lobe Session
A session to help lower sensitivity to paranormal
The Frontal Lobe Session
A session to help lower sensitivity to paranormal pollution.
For victims of paranormal pollution:
One approach to reducing sensitivity is to increase the level of activity (or excitability) in the frontal lobes, so that paranormal perceptions are translated into the inner language of the frontal lobes instead of the temporal lobes. The result can be a real reduction of unpleasant episodes from paranormal pollution. Using this session may not remove the source of the problem, but it can introduce a partial immunity to it.
The frontal lobes and the temporal lobes exercise a great deal of control over one another, and the temporal lobe's involvement in both religious and paranormal experiences means that it can be muted, so to speak, by an increase in frontal lobe activity. The frontal lobe session's use for victims of paranormal pollution is based on this idea.
A good metaphor might be immunity from an allergy. Using an antihistamine can help you avoid the effects of a pollen you're allergic to, but it won't cure the allergy, and it won't take the pollen out of the air. The same applies to the Shakti frontal lobe session and paranormal pollution. The frontal lobe session can make the victims of paranormal pollution less sensitive to it's effects.
This session is most effective for people who feel at their worst in the morning. When people are plagued by paranormal experiences at night, they often find their sleep is disturbed, their dreams are more unpleasant, and they wake up feeling rotten. Disturbed sleep, in turn, can increase their sensitivity to paranormal phenomena, so that they go into a downward spiral, feeling worse from their nighttime experiences, and also becoming more sensitive to them. This session can break that cycle in many cases.
This session can be applied once a week for
six weeks. Make sure you read about the
potential for side-effects for weekly sessions
before you use the Shakti system for victims of paranormal pollution. A few days (usually three) after the second
session can be rough for some people, but letting them know beforehand can make them much easier.
Note well: The frontal lobe session won't do much for people who already feel 'clear'. It's a bit like aspirin. Aspirin won't do anything if you're not in any pain.
Interestingly, the effects of the frontal lobe session often only appear the morning after the session, though some people feel them shortly after the its is over, and still other feel effects during the session.
As the person providing the session, you are responsible for its outcome. You can contact for tech support to ask about specific individuals, but be aware that tech support is limited by the knowns and unknowns about each person, and the best guide to the use of the frontal lobe session will be your own sense of each person's situation. Be aware that the effects of a single session will taper off in three to four days for people who do not have a psychiatric disorder. Do not use the Shakti system for people with psychiatric disorders at all.
Some paranormal investigators will want to know if the frontal lobe session can be used in cases of demonic possession. The answer depends on how possession is classified. If you (and the victim) see it as a spiritual issue, then yes, if either you or the victim (or their doctor) think it's a psychiatric issue, then no.
The frontal lobe session is the one that's least likely to trigger unpleasant moments in a victim of demon possession, but its use in such a case can be interpreted as practicing medicine without a license, and further, the Paranormal Shakti System does not diagnose, treat, prevent or alleviate the symptoms of medical or psychiatric disorders.
Sessions over the temporal lobes for victims of demon possession should not be attempted, as these may increase the chances for a demonic episode.
It can happen that exposure to paranormal pollution can create unpleasant feelings (often called "absorbing negative energy"), including difficulty in concentrating, sensations of vague free-floating fear, sadness, as well as making it too easy to get angry at things. When you are sure these sensations come from being in an environment with paranormal pollution, the frontal lobe session can help dispel them.
For investigators, this session will be more effective when used after cases than before them. It's a good idea not to use it for three days before investigations, as it can lower your sensitivity to paranormal pollution. This won't matter if you aren't trying to perceive anything paranormal. The frontal lobe session will not interfere with your work if you are the kind of investigator who is primarily concerned with trying to gather proof of the existence of ghosts, and who isn't looking to experience them directly.
The frontal lobe session will be most useful for investigators who use an intuitive approach in their work, but they should also be mindful of the rule-of-thumb that it works best for those who feel at their worst early in the morning.
USE WITH CARE: The frontal lobe session emphasizes the frontal lobes, while sessions that help with the perception of paranormal phenomena emphasize the temporal lobes. Too many of either of these sessions can create a kind of malaise or even lethargy. To avoid this, follow the correct session schedules. These are two-phase sessions, but this also applies to single-phase sessions done over either the frontal lobes or the temporal lobes.
The frontal lobe session should NOT be done in sensory deprivation. It's designed for 'outward-looking', 'this-worldly' effects, not the kinds of inner effects that darkness and silence encourage.
As you explore session designs, be aware that temporal lobe sessions can un-do the effects of frontal lobe sessions, and vice-versa.