Providing energetic assistance to the dead - excerpt from Multidimensional Evolution: Personal Explorations of ConsciousnessRead Now
Last week I learned that my book Multidimensional Evolution has just come out in Romanian. This is entirely thanks to a Romanian reader who so appreciated the book that she approached a local publisher, who in turn organized the translation and publication. To me this felt especially synchronicitous as one of the psychic phenomena I discuss in the book occurred in Romania. To celebrate the publication of the Romanian edition I here reproduce the relevant extract from the book.
The passage describes experiences we can have when providing energetic assistance to others. The particular experience I had in Romania occurred before I had a good understanding of what might happen. It was especially striking for two reasons. First, because of the intensity of the sensations I had coming from the other consciousness, in this case a person who had been violently killed. And second because I actually heard some words in Romanian, a language I do not speak, that I was able to look up and establish as meaningful and related to the experiences. As such this was one of the few experiences I have had that came with something akin to objective evidence and this greatly assisted me at that early stage of learning about multidimensional reality. I hope you enjoy the excerpt.
I first had the experience of providing assistance to extraphysical consciousnesses when applying the B-ing meditation I had learnt at Shanti Loka. For two or three years after learning it, I would practice it every day, usually in the mornings. I would either sit in a chair or lie on my bed and go through my different body parts, and then I would hold my awareness of the whole body for a long time before “letting go”. In practicing this technique, I experienced many strange sensations, some of which I already described earlier. But there is one particular sensation I have not yet described in detail. This was the feeling of “being” another person. It could include unfamiliar thoughts running through my head, feelings that just did not seem like mine and sometimes whole scenarios involving relationships with other people and particular life events, none of which had any meaning for me.
One of the most intense of these experiences happened while I was travelling in western Romania. I was applying the meditation on my bed in a tiny mountain village when the most intense feeling came over me. I could tell that the person I was sensing was a young man. There was a lot of fear and guilt, and I could tell that he (although it felt more like “me” at the time) had been beaten to death by a group of men because he had raped a young girl. The words, “baci eu” were etched into my mind. A couple of days later, I had the opportunity to check a dictionary and discovered that “baci eu” meant “shepherd I”, both a clue as to the identity of the young man and a comforting indication to my ever questioning mind that the experience was something real. Even though I did not fully understand the process at that point, it was very clear to me on this occasion that I had in some way assisted a “dead” man in releasing old energies.
Waldo Vieira has developed both a description and a technical approach relating to this kind of assistance. He refers to the energetic exchange that happens in such instances as a process of sympathetic assimilation and deassimilation of energies that allows one consciousness to take on and transmute the thosenic [thoughts+sentiments+energies] blockages or baggage of another. In this case, this consciousness had been holding on to his energetic body after his violent and fearful death. In practical terms, maintaining his energetic body after his physical body had been deactivated would have meant that he was in a state of highly restricted lucidity, essentially caught in the unpleasant sensations of his last life. The kind of consciousnesses people commonly perceive as “ghosts” or the ones depicted in numerous TV shows as not having entirely “passed over” are examples of people who are still holding on to the dense energetic body from their last physical lifetime. My contribution in Romania was to donate the dense semi-physical energy of my energetic body, which the extraphysical helpers used to liberate this consciousness from his now redundant energosoma, thereby allowing him to move on.
For me, and no doubt for many others who practice meditation or energy techniques, this assistance happened spontaneously. I had not deliberately set out to achieve this result, nor did I even understand the process at the time. Conscientiology, however, has developed a technical process of assistance that draws on this dynamic. It is called the Personal Energetic Task, or Penta for short, and it involves a daily commitment to exteriorize energies for 50 minutes for the benefit of other consciousnesses, both intraphysical and extraphysical ones. Just as with my experience in Romania, the energetic exteriorization that occurs during Penta is not driven solely by the intention of the intraphysical practitioner. Instead, the physical person becomes part of a team of extraphysical helpers who specialize in the kind of assistance delivered through Penta, and who guide and manage the process. It is through a practice like Penta that we establish the extraphysical office I mentioned when I described some of the assistance I believe Leia was doing. Over time, our regular energetic exteriorizations will allow the helpers to create such an “office” where they can attend to ill extraphysical and projected intraphysical consciousnesses beyond the brief periods of the actual Penta sessions themselves. The intraphysical consciousness functions primarily as a channel or conductor for the subtle energies of extraphysical specialists. The dense energies carried by the physical human’s energosoma act as a conduit for the extraphysical helpers so that it can provide assistance to other intra- and extraphysical consciousnesses with dense energies.
The process described above, of helping people to shed the dense energies of the energosoma after they have gone through the death of the physical body, is one of the direct applications of Penta. As I have already explained, people often instinctively hold on to these energies, largely for psychological reasons such as physical attachments or fear and ignorance about life beyond matter. In the extraphysical dimension, the energetic body is very dense and carries many of the thosenic patterns of the past life. This means that if people carry them around after deactivating their soma, they will continue to feel largely like they did while still in the physical body. In a healthy death, we will shed those energies not long after we shed the physical body and by doing so free ourselves from the restrictions of physical life. We will not be transformed into somebody completely different, but we will enjoy mental and emotional freedom beyond our common human experience, and we will be able to gain greater awareness of our true nature as a multidimensional consciousness. If we hold on to the energies, on the other hand, they will keep us emotionally and mentally stuck in the most intense experiences of our past lives. The shepherd in Romania had been in that situation. The reason I felt his emotions and perceived his memories so directly was because my energies were used to help strip him of his own so that he could move on.
For more information on the Penta practice check out my other blog post here. And of course feel free to ask questions or post comments.
Most religious traditions have some version of a practice that seeks to generate positive thoughts and energies for the benefit of others. Whether it is praying for people, chanting mantras, dedicating your meditation to the enlightenment of all sentient beings or leaving offerings to the ancestors for their support, all these practices are based on the shared belief that through our intentions, our silent words, our mental focus or certain actions we can either directly benefit others through spiritual means, or invoke spiritual beings (angels, deities, saints, spirits, the Ancestors etc.) to assist people in need. Some devote their life to such practices, retreating from human society to monasteries or remote sanctuaries to spend much of their time praying or meditating for the world.
How does this work? If our perspective is purely materialistic, it is easy to be cynical of these practices, or at best see them as psychological support tools. From a multidimensional perspective, we can understand that they have the potential to work, because we know that the energetic frequencies and thought patterns we generate can alter the subtle energy fields connecting all physical and extraphysical beings on this planet and can have tangible repercussions in the material world. In other words, such practices can work, because we are not separated from each other by time and space, but energetically intertwined. When these practices work best, it is because our focus and intentions make us the intraphysical part of a team composed otherwise of extraphysical consciousnesses. Even if it seems that we are simply sitting alone in a room meditating, the harmonious, “curative” energies we are generating are being used by extraphysical helpers to assist others, who may be intraphysical or extraphysical, near or far.
To understand this more clearly we can look at the Personal Energetic Task (PENTA) developed in conscientiology as a technical practice of energetic and spiritual assistance. A person who practices PENTA commits to spending around one hour every day donating energies for the benefit of others. This is ideally done at a regular time in a private space. Physically the practitioner seems to be alone, but actually he or she is surrounded by extraphysical helpers, some of whom channel subtle beneficial and healing energy through the practitioner while others draw on the densified field of energy this creates to attend to physical, projected and extraphysical consciousnesses.
Why do the helpers channel energies through the practitioner? The energies emanated by consciousness are on a scale, from dense to subtle depending on the level of thoughts and emotions emanated by each consciousness. Helpers, by definition, have highly developed levels of ethics and compassion and emanate powerful but subtle energies. Because it is difficult for these subtle energies to impact directly on a dense, intrusive or mentally stuck consciousness, the human contributor to PENTA serves as a kind of energetic “densifier”. Their positive assistential intention allows the helpers to connect with and channel their energy through the intraphysical contributor, who contributes the dense energies of the physical body and the energetic body. This then permits the helper's energies to make a meaningful contribution to the dense energies of ill extraphysical and physical consciousnesses who they could not otherwise reach.
What kind of contribution does this make? One of the most tangible impacts this work can have, is to assist those who have not shed their energetic body after death to do so. When a person does not shed this energetic body, they remain essentially stuck close to the physical dimension (for a description of the energetic body or energosoma and its relationship to our other bodies you can read this article). This usually happens as the result of extreme attachment to physical life, and it becomes a vicious cycle, because those energies then make it harder to move on. Sometimes the PENTA practitioner may feel the sensations of a consciousness shedding their obsolete energetic body during a session, and perceive their powerful feelings of liberation and relief, and the ability to finally move ahead to a much clearer and purposeful extraphysical life.
Another important contribution is the pacification of disturbed thoughts and emotions experienced by both physical and extraphysical consciousnesses, leading to greater clarity, inner harmony and thereby the ability to move ahead in life (physical or extraphysical) with positivity and optimism.
Importantly, by assisting the most disturbed and stuck individuals, PENTA contributes to “clearing the multidimensional air”, reducing pathological influences from the extraphysical dimensions, and creating a channel for curative and beneficial energies to flow into this dimension. Once we understand the relationship between negative thoughts and emotions and physical illnesses and accidents we begin to understand that the contributions of practices like PENTA can be far reaching.
What do we get from PENTA? PENTA is a practice to provide to others what they need, not what they want. It is not a positive affirmation practice in which we focus our energies on some desired outcome arising from our limited ego consciousness, nor are we seeking extraphysical assistance to achieve desired material gains for ourselves or others. The mindset of the PENTA practitioner is to align themselves with the most harmonious evolutionary current for all involved and trust that the helpers will act from fully aware multidimensional discernment appropriately in each given case. For example, there may be two individuals with similarly life-threatening health issues. The instinct for many would be to wish for their speedy recovery. But in fact, for one of the two the best outcome for their evolutionary journey may be coming to terms with their death and being able to leave this life in a state of peace, feeling optimistic about what is to come next. For the other, a full recovery and additional time in this life may be the ideal outcome. Most of us are not in a position to assess such nuances, but once we understand that they exist we can become more impartial in the donation of our energy, which in turn allows us to become more aligned with the helpers.
Once we become established in our PENTA practice, our assistance is not confined to the 40-60 minutes of daily donation. Helpers will work with us and draw on our energy 24/7 to provide multidimensional assistance wherever we go and of course this means that we too benefit from their ongoing assistance.
This planet is going to be dealing with a lot of suffering and dense energies for quite some time yet and we need all the help we can get. If you feel in any way drawn to becoming part of the multidimensional network of assistance, then PENTA may just be the practice for you. I’d encourage you to find out more about it and work out whether it suits you by having a look at Waldo Vieira’s PENTA Manual which you can download for free here. And of course feel free to ask any questions on this blog.
Kim McCaul is an anthropologist with a long term interest in understanding consciousness and personal transformation.
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