Step 1
Focus your mind
Step 2
Observe A
Step 3
Observe B
Step 4
Compare A & B
Step 5
Input Reading
Step 6
Check Reading

6.1 How did you compare with the others doing this sixth sense experiment?

1. Independent reading

  Figure A Figure B
Pleasant
1264
3520
Unpleasant
7915
4267
Neutral
2133
3525
Total
11312
11312

2. Compare

Which figure did you feel better looking at?
Figure A
3526
Figure B
7786
Total 11312

6.2 Answer

6.2.1 Science behind the answer

One feels better looking at the subtle picture which had a border

A B

If you are a regular visitor to our website, you would have probably noticed a number of drawings about the spiritual dimension which we call subtle drawings. These are drawing and sketches done by seekers who have an advanced sixth sense of vision and who can see an event in the spiritual dimension just as an average person sees the physical dimension. Quite a number of these drawings depict ghosts (demons, devils, negative energies, etc.) carrying out a subtle attack or just their shape and form.

There is a basic law of Spiritual science which states that the name, touch, form, taste, smell and its related energy coexist. This means where the word \'God\' is present, God\'s attendant divine energy is also present. That is why we feel better after chanting the Name of God or praying to Him. Similarly where the name and form of ghosts (demons, devils, negative energies, etc.) exist such as on Halloween, their distressing energy is also present. As the form and colour of the decorations and costumes used in Halloween are similar to that of ghosts, they act as antennae (similar frequency conduits) to attract a lot of negative distressing energy such as the common ghost.

So also in subtle pictures especially where higher level negative energies are shown their subtle negative energy is emitted through the picture.

When we put a border of a Name of God around the picture there is a subtle battle as the divine energy accompanying the Name fights the negativity emanating from the form of the negative energy. This protects our readers from facing any distress after viewing subtle pictures on negative energies.

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6.2.2 What was experienced while doing the experiment at the research centre

When the experiment was done at the spiritual research centre, the following were the findings in general:

  • Figure A (without the protective border): Most seekers felt distress looking at the picture. The distress ranged from heaviness in the head, nausea, headaches, getting unwanted thoughts, etc.

  • Figure B (with a protective border): Almost immediately there was a clearing of the distress and it gradually dissipated over a period of a 15 seconds to 1 minute until there was little to no distress experienced from the picture.

This is the reason why all the subtle pictures drawn in SSRF and displayed on the website have a protective border with God\' Name.

6.3 Practical application

  • For subtle artists: Whenever there is a drawing from the subtle, it is recommended to put borders of the Name of God around it as it helps to minimize the effect of any negative energies that have influenced the vision of the artist with sixth sense of vision. Quite often we see people with sixth sense of vision drawing subtle entities such as angels. Unless done under a spiritual guide of the spiritual level of a Saint, the artist would never surely know if the figure/form seen in the subtle is actually of an angel/positive subtle entity or a negative energy masquerading as a positive entity/angel. If one has to make a subtle drawing, it is best to put a border with the name of God around it as we have done in the picture in the subtle drawing.

  • For the living spaces: Putting the Name of God on strips of paper around the rooms of a house creates the same positive effect and helps to spiritually purify the house. One can put that Name of God that one has faith in. Along with the rooms in ones house one can put it in the interiors (roof of the cabin area) of one\'s car, office or any other living spaces one frequents often.

 

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