Reading and Listening
These first 3 audio programs are my main
recommendations. I consider them to be excellent adjuncts to
This audio program is by Brian
Tracy. He is a well known "power of positive thinking"
advocate. In this series, he describes how a person can use
positive thinking, creativity, and controlling negative emotions to
one's benefit. Mr. Tracy does not go quite as far as to say there
is a universal energy field of awareness, but he comes close. I
try to listen to this series a few times every year. It helps me
recognize if I have picked up any bad mental habits.
The name of this audio series is
actually "The Einstein Factor", but I fondly think of it as
"image streaming". Image streaming is one of about 15
techniques that Dr. Wenger describes and teaches you how to
perform. Some of the techniques are very advanced, and some are a
bit easier. I believe that these techniques are bona fide ways of
enhancing your psychic/spiritual abilities. However, Dr. Wenger
seems to believe that all of what is occurring during image
streaming is inside your physical brain. I believe that if you
combine these techniques with a knowledge of Filamentology, the
results can be profound.
I believe that the technique of remote
viewing yields the closest thing to scientific proof that humans have
psychic capabilities. There are a number of different variants of
remote viewing, but this series of mp3's is very good, and it is
free. Even though the audio series is almost 30 hours long,
I highly recommend taking this course in remote viewing.
These are some other interesting
reference works that I think are applicable to Filamentology.
Over the years, I have listened to many
business management theories. I felt like most of them had
good things to recommend, but none were complete. However, when I
listened to this audiobook, I got so excited, I couldn't sit
still. The book is a bit technical, but I believe that anyone can
use many of the techniques and processes of the Toyota Way to personal
benefit. I believe that the Toyota way is an absolute expression
of the principles of Filamentology.
I drew much of Filamentology from the works of Carlos Casteneda.
While a comprehensive critique of his controversial works is not
possible here, I believe that this book of the series has the best
description of the Filamentous Energy Fibers.
As mentioned in Filamentology, there are
many physical body exercises that have the added benefit of working
with the flow of the Filamentous Energy Fibers through the physical
body. Examples of these are Tai Chi, Yoga, some martial arts, and
this set of exercises called the magical passes. They are also
from the works of Carlos Casteneda. When I do these exercises, my
orthopoedics, or bones, joints, and muscles feel much stronger.
They may have different effects on different people, but I highly
recommend this series of exercises.