Would you like to help those in need? Can you use psychic abilities to heal others?
The Silva Mind Control Method by José Silva says that psychic healing is entirely possible, and not just for yourself. You can improve other people’s health with visualization techniques.
Keep reading to learn how to heal others remotely.
Prepare to Psychically Heal Others
To sharpen your psychic skills to the point that you can remotely diagnose and learn how to heal others, you first need to train your visualization abilities even further. To do so, you’ll need to practice picturing more and more foreign scenes on your mental screen, beginning with a wall in your own home and eventually progressing to the inside of the body of a person you’ve never met. With each scene that you project on your mental screen, visualize as much detail as possible and trust your intuition. Silva notes that you may feel like you’re simply imagining things, but don’t let that dissuade you from fleshing out the details. What feels like imagination may actually be you projecting your consciousness into the scene on your mental screen.
(Shortform note: Is it really possible to project your consciousness to a location outside your body? Some people believe so. Many people from different spiritual traditions practice astral travel, or the act of projecting the nonphysical “astral body” out of the physical body and to another location along the astral plane. A similar technique for projecting consciousness is remote viewing, or the act of describing locations without knowing anything about them. The US government even studied remote viewing as an espionage technique during the Cold War; while the subjects of these experiments did sometimes correctly describe the locations they were presented with, the results of the studies were not statistically significant.)
Once you master visualizing increasingly unfamiliar scenes and environments, you’ll need to prepare the mental space where you’ll work on diagnosing and healing people: Silva calls this your “laboratory.” While in the Alpha state, picture a room where you’ll do your psychic work (the room can look however you want it to look). The room should include your usual mental screen and a space for you to do your work, like a desk. Additionally, you should imagine a set of custom tools that will help you symbolically heal the illnesses you diagnose in others: for example, you might imagine a fan that you’ll mentally use to cool the hot, irritated skin of someone with a rash.
(Shortform note: While Silva says your mental laboratory can look however you like, you may want to start by following the same principles that make for a productive physical workspace. Experts recommend you start by adding the color green to your laboratory—studies show that green helps you be more imaginative. You may also want to situate your desk so that your back is to a wall in your imaginary space, which can help you feel more settled in the space. But what about your tools? In Steal Like an Artist, Austin Kleon recommends dividing your workspace into zones based on the tools you use (in his case, analog and digital). In your laboratory, you might similarly divide your tools into zones based on the type of condition they treat.)
Next, you’ll staff your laboratory with the mental image of two assistants—one male, one female. These assistants may be historical or famous figures, or they might be ordinary people. Note that you shouldn’t try to consciously choose these assistants—simply prepare your laboratory and welcome whichever figures show up to help you. You’ll continue consulting these assistants every time you do remote healing work in your laboratory.
(Shortform note: In Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill also describes calling on imaginary assistants to help tackle difficult problems. However, Hill actively chose his assistants—all famous historical figures—rather than waiting for them to appear to him. He also relied on nine assistants rather than two and did not have any female assistants.)