The Magic of IHVH-ADNI
>> My first question is regarding the "second" form of magical speech in Lesson Two--the astral. This form is "whispered" INAUDIBLY (in the mind ONLY--NOT audibly/verbally out loud) with feeling, while using the breath and keeping the meaning of the canticle in mind? <<
With the second form (mind plus breath/emotion) there IS audible sound. It is the sound of the breath *without vibration of the vocal chords*, exactly as I demonstrate on the recording. The breath is shaped by the mouth and tongue, just as with normal speech, except that there is no concurrent vibration of the vocal chords.
>> Therefore, the only difference between the second form and the third form would be that with the third you add an additional step--you also say/vibrate the words AUDIBLY out loud. <<
The difference is that in the third form you are vibrating the vocal chords as in normal speech.
>> If you are presently using the middle pillar, can it be replaced with The Magic of IHVH-ADNI? Do they both accomplish the same/similar thing, except in different ways? Would TMO IHVH-ADNI yield better/faster results with regular use than would the middle pillar? Is it more powerful than the middle pillar, or are they too different to be compared to one another? <<
'Yes', to all four of these questions.
>> If TMO IHVH-ADNI is used for shielding purposes, can it be used in place of the LBRP? <<
A shield is different than a banishing. In this sense, TMO IHVH-ADNI does not "replace" the LBRP. However, TMO IHVH-ADNI can be used, very effectively, for banishing. Simply build up an accumulation (Lesson Four) of Light and employ it for the purpose of banishing.
>> Can you use TMO IHVH-ADNI for more than one intention at a time? For example, use it for shielding as well as to obtain something (a job, a new apartment, etc.). Or, must you focus on only one intention during its use? <<
Creating a shield (Lesson Five) is a single operation that once done, doesn't need your constant attention. Consequently, once your shield is created, or when you're not working on your shield itself, you can use TMO IHVH-ADNI for whatever concern you may have. I would however, suggest that you focus on only one thing at a time. In other words, don't use TMO IHVH-ADNI for concern 'a' and simultaneously, concern 'b'. These should be separate operations.
>> Recommended us of TMO IHVH-ADNI is once a day? <<
That is a good place to start, especially while learning TMO.
>> Can you please tell me which of the two below is correct (or closer to being correct). I now understand that the breath is audible. My remaining question pertains to the words themselves.
1) The *sound* that is *audible* is the *sound of the breath* and you breathe through your mouth, rather than through your nose. However, the *WORDS* themselves are *whispered ONLY IN THE MIND* for this step? Thus, if a person was seated next to you, the person would NOT hear the words because they are only whispered/spoken in your mind; the person would only hear your breath. The breath is AUDIBLE, but the words are NOT and so there is no vibration of the vocal cords. (It would be difficult to do this on an audio tape because there would be no sound to listen to, well, except for the sound of the breath.)
2) Or, is #1 incorrect and the words are *WHISPERED AUDIBLY/ALOUD* using the breath? Thus, both the *breath* and the *words* are AUDIBLE. Therefore, if a person was seated next to you, the person would hear the words you are whispering. However, since the words are merely whispered, they do not vibrate the vocal cords the way they normally would when said out loud but using a normal speaking voice and volume. <<
Your #2 is the correct answer -- for the process of learning. But once you've learned to do it the #2 way, you can then whisper it so softly that no one else will hear you.
The reason it begins with the #2 way is because it is easier to learn to put your emotional self into it when you have to experience a slight bit of physical strain that whispering aloud, loudly requires. This is the easiest way to connect the emotional expression to the mental and physical expressions. But again, once you've mastered this putting-your-emotions-into-it by the loud whisper method, then you can practice putting the same quanta of emotional charge into the canticle, whispering very, very softly.
So, for now, do it your #2 way. It should be as close to normal speech as possible, just without any vibration of the vocal chords. This also has the effect of removing any noticeable tonality from the utterance, so this must be brought to the whisper by your mind.
As an experiment, try it all three ways, one after the other, and take note of the differences. Start with the third, physical-mode and work backwards to the first, mental-mode. When you speak it physically, it involves your whole body and you feel it as a physical thing. With the loud whisper mode, there is still some physical sensation (mostly in the mouth and chest since this is all about shaping the breath), but there is no *vibration* of your physical body. And then in the mental-mode, there is no physical sensation whatsoever. Physical and emotional sensation might be one result of speaking the canticle mentally, but it is an after-effect or consequence and is not simultaneous with the mental-utterance.
My best to you,
:) Rawn Clark
28 May 2002