Talk in Pictures:  Key to manifesting and healing

A picture is worth a thousand words, and this is especially true in psychic work. Your ability to visualize and create mental images aids in the transfer of telepathic messages for communication or healing intentions.

Using mental graphics to shift your mood

I’ve read several books that purport the Universe understands in pictures rather than words. That is why, when someone says, “I am happy,” but gives the opposite impression, one of sadness and dissatisfaction, the Universe responds to the latter.

Think of happy thoughts if you’re feeling down and want to feel better for the rest of the day! Remember Maria’s song, “My Favorite Things”,  from the 1965 movie, The Sound of Music? The song contains many descriptive words, and when you sing it, you can’t help but imagine and create mental pictures of those descriptions. When I’m feeling down, I sing a stanza or two of this song to cheer myself up, and it always works! You can give it a shot as well (or choose a song with upbeat, descriptive lyrics).

Raindrops on roses
And whiskers on kittens
Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens
Brown paper packages tied up with strings
These are a few of my favorite things
Cream-colored ponies and crisp apple strudels
Doorbells and sleigh bells
And schnitzel with noodles
Wild geese that fly with the moon on their wings
These are a few of my favorite things
Girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes
Snowflakes that stay on my nose and eyelashes
Silver-white winters that melt into springs
These are a few of my favorite things
When the dog bites
When the bee stings
When I’m feeling sad
I simply remember my favorite things
And then I don’t feel so bad

-My Favorite Things by Oscar Hammerstein Ii , Richard Rodgers , Oscar Hammerstein

Universe’s visual language

Universe visual language
Photo by Artlemonade from Reshot

Of course, the first requirement for manifesting is to be grateful, calm, and relaxed. If your mind and emotions are all over the place, it will be impossible to focus on your wish. You must provide positive energy to your wish.

The next requirement is to visualize. When you visualize, you are creating a sharp, detailed image rather than a blurry one. Your mind must create that image in such a convincing way that your heart responds to it with excitement and enthusiasm.

For example, if you are manifesting a romantic partner, visualize that person in your mind. I was asked if it was okay to imagine a celebrity crush as a partner. In my opinion, while it may be easier to visualize an “object” of desire that way, the image will most likely evoke resistance from you because the image will carry the “celebrity” characterization: “what if that person will not like me (because they are similar to a celebrity)? “, or I would never meet someone like that!” ”.

It is better to start with a blank slate when creating an image. The image you create is most likely based on the image that your subconscious self knows is your match. Be as descriptive as possible (refer to the lyrics of My Favorite Things to get an idea of how to do this).

I’ll share my personal experience with you. During the first few times I manifested people I wanted to meet, I would think of vague and generic descriptions like “good in conversation, intelligent/smart, tall, neat, spiritual, practical, and so on and so forth.” But, guess what? These people I meet also possess the characteristics that I despise!

Nonetheless, you should not expect the Universe to provide a carbon copy of the image in your mind. You’re only supplying a “cartographic sketch.” The Universe always sends you the best version of whatever object, situation, or person you are manifesting.

Symbols in telepathic communication

Every life form possesses energy. If you want to use telepathic communication, you can use your energy (fine-tune the frequency slightly with intention and/or visualization) and send messages to anyone on the planet. (NOTE: If you want to send healing energy to a group of people for a more generalized intent, such as peace or harmony, use the same visualization technique.)

The first thing that comes to mind is to address the other person (receiver) by name. Do you know that translating that someone’s name as well as your message into a picture is more effective in telepathy?

Roger Armstrong, the late “psychic child” who defined telepathy (as a type of psychic ability) as “reading picture thoughts, sensing and exchanging voiced or word-thoughts,” or as he put it, “picture-talk,” wrote to me in an email that he had created a symbolic image for himself and that anyone who wants to communicate with him will just have to think of that symbol to “sign-in” and connect, send a message.

The catch is that the sender must also have an assigned symbol, which they will use to identify themselves to the message’s receiver and as a signature or to sign-off with.

So, assign a symbol or an image to someone you meet, particularly someone you are particularly interested in or wish to keep in touch with in spirit.

While doing so, you must also assign an image of yourself. When sending them a message or healing energy, use the symbol or image you assigned to them. You can expect a response that uses the symbol or image assigned to them as their identifier if you send them a message. Remember to use your own symbolic identifier when signing in and out!

Offering or performing healing

Most of the time, we form (a mental) image of ourselves based on how others see us. At other times, our perception of ourselves is shaped by our past or current experiences. Healing is difficult processes because it takes time and courage to accept a situation as it is, forgive oneself for one’s part in it, or move on without closure from other people involved in the situation.

Healing from past traumas can also conjure a shattered image of yourself. But this should not be the case! That is why I am appealing to people who continue to say that they come from a “broken home” (in which their parents are estranged), or that they are “single mothers” who need a “male partner” to “complete” their family – please stop projecting an image of a “dysfunctional” self.

Regardless of your circumstances or personal history, other people’s choices are really not your choices and should not define you. Their circumstances or actions (divorced parents or partner abandonment) are not your “description.”

And, assuming you made a “regrettable” decision in the past, the description of your new self must not be tainted by that old image of you.

What would you look like if you drew a picture of yourself? What words would you use to describe yourself? Be mindful of the images you create for yourself because these are the same images you will show to people you meet through your energy.

When someone you care about shows you a less than flattering image of themselves, you can mentally “edit” that image and send it back to them telepathically.

For example, a friend of yours is depressed and discouraged. What you can do is imagine a happier, lighter version of your friend and send that “detailed” mental image back to them. You can also give them a symbol, such as a vibrant butterfly flapping its delicate wings freely around vibrant spring flowers or a gold crest bird chirping happily as it flies between winter trees.

But be gentle when you do this. Keep in mind that you are simply encouraging them to heal themselves. What they are going through is part of their learning and growth, and you cannot “manipulate” situations for them nor influence their free will; you can only assist them. Healing takes time, and miracles occur when there is no resistance.

Be careful what you wish for

Butterfly on spring flower
Photo by Catherineeby from Reshot

Another situation in which you can employ mental symbols is when you believe you are being attacked by someone and need to protect yourself. Perhaps someone is envious of you or is dissatisfied with you. Depending on how you want to approach the situation, you can either create or assign them a symbol.

For example, you might imagine them as a bee about to sting you. Mentally, you put a metal screen barrier between yourself and the bee so that it cannot sting you.

Another example is in the “Cutting the cords” ritual. It is suggested that you imagine holding a golden scissor and snipping the cord that attaches from your navel to the navel of another person from whom you wish to disengage (or severe ties).

(NOTE: I personally do not recommend cutting energy cords or, or in the very least, doing it yourself. I’ll go into more detail about this in another blog.)

I just want to warn you that you must consider the consequences of everything you do. In the past, I did this cord cutting ritual twice out of desperation, and after a year or two, I literally lost the two people against whom I was performing this ritual.

As you can see, it’s important to ensure that when you do psychic work, you’re only coming from a place of love and peace because mental pictures are indeed powerful.

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