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The etheric software you are working with is from some established energy construct? How did you know to hook into ‘that’ particular etheric software system ‘for colds’ and not another ‘for healing’? And this entity; is this entity your ‘program analyst’ who you call in to check your progress?
I’m filing this under “advanced” because Kol is asking what I, personally, do. Which is probably not what most mages would do. Most mages would learn an established healing style, like Reiki, and work with its ethereal software. (That’s where the Reiki energy comes from, and once you learn to communicate with ethereal software, you can ask for a variety of things).
But back to Kol’s question. The ethereal software I use was made by a group of spirits I work with. Whenever someone gives the “credentials” of spirits they work with, like “Ascended ancients” or “From the Orion cluster” or something, it sounds silly to me. So I’ll just say that they’re among the most skilled spirits I know, and more skilled than any human mage I’ve ever met, and I’m confident their ethereal software is good stuff.
A couple of years ago, I asked this spirit group for some ethereal software that handles psychic intuitions, for Lisa to use. That psychic software recommended this as their main healing software. I don’t know how you’d get to it without networking into groups of spirits, though.
It’s the same healing software for both colds and regular healing energy. I just asked it to do healing energy for the cold, instead of healing energy for hives or tendon inflammation. If you have a particular healing software, how would you know what it can do? Ask. Most software will respond to a request for “Instructions” and “Usage instructions.” But first, you have to communicate in words, not intents.
The spirit I talked with maintains the ethereal software I was using. I think he was involved in the initial programming, but haven’t asked. (I tend to only ask about things that are immediately relevant, skipping a lot of background questions). He’s interested in improving that ethereal software, so he’s always glad to get my feedback and input. He also helped me design the techniques for Lisa’s hives.
Why did I go with this, instead of Reiki or some other established healing system? Two reasons. First, I know these guys, so I know they do good work. I’ve talked with the spirits who made the Reiki software, and they’re skilled too, but I trust the spirits I know more. Second, I know the spirits who made this software, so they’re happy to walk me through things for as long as I need. So I get better support using this software than another style, even if that style is more widely-used by people.
So, what’s the point? Well, you can’t summon these spirits with rituals or symbols, so I can’t tell you how to get there beyond telling you to network with spirits the same way you’d network with business contacts: Tell them what you’re working on, ask them to recommend someone who can help, and see where you get. But hopefully this peek into what I do gives you an idea of where you’re going and what to work on.
And if you want to do some healing work right now? I’d go with an established style like Reiki. Assuming you’re somewhat experienced with direct magick, just focus on the symbols, notice where the ethereal software connects to you, and connect to it. Or go to a healer, find where the ethereal software connects to them, and make your own connection. Either way, you wind up with a connection to the ethereal software, so you can communicate with it in words, ask for its instructions and usage instructions, and learn to use it.
That sounds like a useful guide, actually: Using Reiki healing via direct magick, focusing on advanced commands you can use by communicating with words instead of intents. What do you think? Should I post that?Other posts in this series:
- How I Find Ethereal Software (January 26, 2012)
- Energy Healing Case Study: Throat Cold #2 (January 25, 2012)
- Energy Healing Case Study: Throat Cold (January 24, 2012)