AMORC Unmasked

Anatomy of an Exercise- Master Monographs-Section PLANE-Degre Plane  1, Monograph 1 – Special Hierarchy Experiment I By By AMORC Whistleblower, Pierre S. Freeman

Anatomy of an Exercise- Master Monographs-Section PLANE-Degre Plane  1, Monograph 1 – Special Hierarchy Experiment I By By AMORC Whistleblower, Pierre S. Freeman

“In this first experiment you will be asked to attune with an object located at a distance from your home. This object has been placed inside a brown casket, located on top of a bookcase in the Research Library at Rosicrucian Park.

Prepare your Sanctum as follows (1) Light incense and a single candle upon your Sanctum table (2) Provide a Sanctum bowl of water which may be placed on the floor beside your chair (3) Become relaxed. Concentrate upon your deep breathing for a few minutes.

Now begin the experiment. Concentrate your attention upon the picture of the brown casket at the top of the next page; have the casket clearly in mind and then close your eyes. Visualize yourself standing in front of the actual casket. Open the lid and observe the object inside. Using the Law of Assumption, imagine you ARE the object and see what happens. Do not attempt to control or direct your visualization. Just “let go” and see what happens.”

 

The Power of Visualization

 

There’s no two ways about it, visualization is a powerful tool. Scientists have conducted countless studies into the cognitive processes that take place when we visualize. These experiments show that, imagining an action in great detail; produces the same effect in the brain, as actually undertaking that action.  Indeed, just visualizing a complex task engages parts of the nervous system responsible for motor control, memory, attention, perception, and planning; improving the real life abilities to carry out that task in the process.

Numerous top tier athletes such as Tiger Woods, Muhammad Ali and Jack Nicklaus credit their peerless performances with a regimen of grueling physical practice, combined with consistent mental rehearsal, self-confirmation and visualizations.

Psychologists explain the efficacy of visualizations, by differentiating between the behavior of the conscious and subconscious mind. The conscious mind is a facet of our higher evolutionary functions, and takes several years to develop and mature. This part of our brain drives logical decision-making based on external inputs, contextualized through past experiences, present circumstances and predicted future outcomes.

On the other hand, our subconscious mind powers our instinctual responses. Rather than external inputs, it relies on imagination and feelings to drive its cognitive processes. The subconscious mind exists without context, with only the present as its reference point.

When athletes utilize the power of visualization to accomplish their goals, they are essentially hacking this portion of the brain with a series of power feelings and mental images. By linking these feelings and images to a complex series of actions, they are able to eliminate negative thought patterns and incentivize positive behaviors. Psychologists recommend deep breathing, relaxation and the slow invocation of mental images and feelings, to better facilitate this mind-body connection. A process that bears striking similarities to the rituals espoused in this experiment.

While the visualization techniques of athletes and business professionals are used to enhance efforts towards self-improvement. The particular imagery described in this experiment seems to have no such, clear purpose.  Perhaps, in later experiments, we’ll see exactly where AMORC’s (Rosicrucian Order AMORC) subconscious affirmations are designed to lead us.

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