65. (Advanced) Thoughtform Handling (Tibetan Style)

Most of current thoughtform handling techniques are not able to locate _all_ connected thoughtforms that are hampering lives or cause discomfort in general, no matter whether those are circuits or separate entities within a group or organization such as the body or parts thereof.

In especially, malevolent ('suppressive') entities are not easy to spot and this constitutes a significant problem since they usually act as 'holders that keeps other entities in place.

Another problem arises through the ability of thoughtforms to copy themselves ("cloning").

For this very reason, Bill Robertson originated the 'Excalibur' additions for entity handling. Here, entities are seen as appearing in groups or clusters which are each held in place by a 'plug' (the suppressive entity).

The latter remains completely hidden from view and has to be pointed out by an entity in the group or cluster.

If the malevolent entities are not being addressed and released, the lower ranks of entities get easily cleaned out leaving only malevolent entities. This configuration is causing robotism and may result in bad physical health in general.

(This doesn't mean that every-'body' using these approaches would be in the grip of suppressive entities. It just depends on how much confront the person has in general and whether the person continues to handle any occurrence after the 'official' end of whatever rundown he or she was doing.)

Even Bill Robertson's cluster/plug paradigm seems insufficient at times. Any undetected clone can, when given enough time, rebuilt a new group. A leader ("plug") is then easily attracted, too.

Experience shows, that checking for 'clones' is not enough stimulus to invoke the hidden thoughtforms.

However, there is a method used in the Tibetan tradition and it is extremely useful for all kinds of thoughtforms  - circuits, machinery, and entities alike.

The author doesn't know why it works but it _does_ works and it does so on all levels of a composite case, reaching the most  incredible and thoroughly hidden stuff.

This Tibetan-Style Handling goes as follows:

- First one locates a thoughtform which seems to
   create a problem for the person (it is not necessary
   to establish an 'area of attention', as in the Robertson

- one then asks for the _number_ of clones before doing
   anything else;

- after this number has been established, the entities,
   circuits, etc. are being 'called' by their _number_,
   starting with '0' for the one that was originally found;

- handling can be done using one's own preferences but the
   inspection process alone will handles the majority of

   (The 'Who or What Are You?' question is rarely necessary
   since the entities are volunteering any and all information
   at once; likewise, the so-called Power Processes apparently
   will not be needed at all).

- entities should be treated nicely. The viewpoint of just
   'getting rid of them' is quite unwise. They should be offered
   the choice of 'going back to their point of origin' or even
   staying with the person as a member of the person's body

Again, it is very surprising how even die-hard and absolutely hidden malevolent (suppressive) entities seem to be magically forced to appear and how easy they are to communicate with when using this Tibetan-Style entity processing.

- in the end, after handling the thoughtform with the last
   very number, one should check for 'more clones', just in
   (If a biofeedback device is being used, it should show a
   floating needle and at the end of the line-up of entities
   a 'floating T/A' should develop.)

Entity assemblies that are treated 'Tibetan-Style' have never been observed to reappear or to restructure themselves.

As a side-result, the desperate hunt for entities that often develops during other approaches is a thing of the past once a person has gained the confidence of being able to resolve specific entity groups _entirely_ and once and for all.

It appears that in non-Tibetan-Style processing, the search for entities belonging to a 'plug' or 'cluster' (or any search for that matter) will bring up only those entities that one can invoke easily anyway since they're 'active' in current life.

All others entities that wouldn't be normally active in 20th centuries life or those who would appear only during extreme situations, like war, plane crashes, sinking ships, or whatever, are not likely to be stimulated by 'area of attention' approaches or even by investigating 'connectedness' to known thoughtforms.

However, the 'calling by number' process gets them all, magically.

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