By what are we paying for fantasies?
What is an image or phantom? The word "phantom" comes from the French "fantome", which in turn comes from the Greek "phantasma”. In translation, it means "vision, ghost, imagination, fiction”. This means that this concept denotes something ephemeral, subtle, weightless.
We begin to form images, or phantoms, starting from childhood. This includes fantasizing and playing with imaginary friends. The process of fantasizing is actively stimulated by a person's consciousness, meaning the consciousness offers various images in the mind and by our choice, we either invest the power of our attention into them or not. Consciousness develops and learns to manipulate the Personality through the use of images. Because a person's energy is directed through images and phantoms into consciousness, and this is its main and only source of nourishment.
Images are not a product of the human brain. They come from the outside and then are broadcast to us as Personalities. And we can see them with our inner vision. We choose an image that we like, attract it and begin to feed it with our energy and attention.
When we put the power of attention into an image, for example, a character from a movie or just a person in our head, and have a dialogue with him or her, we already create an image of a non-existent person, a kind of phantom. This phantom is often invisible in the material world, but at the same time it exists in the subtle matter. It is real to us and lives at our expense as long as we hold it in our attention, talk to it in our heads, and spend our Life energy on it.
Also, a human being is the only creature in the world capable of literally bringing an illusion to life. As we invest the power of attention, the illusion becomes a reality even in this world.
Each of us can become a creator of a phantom. To do this, it is enough to make a small effort in our thoughts. For example, you started to remember how you spent your vacation at the seaside, visualizing in your mind the environment that surrounded you then. With this mental process, your doppelganger was created, who appeared definitely in that same place by the sea and feeds on your life force.
A phantom can be defined as a local clot of "something," a clot of energy, information, an energy-information formation.
Phantoms are divided into two types:
- static phantoms, which exist independently of the person and manifest at the moment of observation. Such static phantoms are mainly tied to a specific place (ghosts and apparitions);
- dynamic phantoms, formed by a person's consciousness (mental images).
There is a popular Tibetan practice called "tulpa". Tulpa is a visible and even tangible phantom created by the imagination and willpower of its "creator". There is a known case of how in 1915 in Tibet, a group of twenty monks attempted to visualize a phantom in their consciousness. The monks meditate so diligently that this phantom literally arose out of thin air.
It turns out that creating phantoms is really within the power of any person, and especially of a group of people.
But what is the price for these seemingly harmless visualization experiments? In the video "Paranormal phenomena in a human being" Igor Mikhailovich Danilov shared with us what makes such a phantom live, fulfilling a person's wish in three-dimensionality.
People (especially a group) can create phantoms. But it is important to understand that to do this they expend their vital energy, concentrating the power of attention into the image, thinking through all the details, down to the smell and structure. As a result, an ethereal structure appears — a phantom that is closely connected with its creator and feeds on his or her energy, i.e. lives at his or her expense. Further existence of the phantom will depend only on its master. This creature is capable of interacting with all five human senses, acting as a certain "genie" or "helper" as long as it is beneficial to the system. However, it is necessary to understand that for a person it is a direct way to a sub-personality.
The biologist, Sergey Nikitovich Maslobrod, in his interview tells that phantoms and thought-images are something existing in the material world, often in invisible form, in the form of an energy-information clot. This is some field of incomprehensible (non-electromagnetic) nature, which can appear as a visual image. The phantom can hang in the air, pass all sorts of obstacles, move instantly, and can be transmitted at a distance. At the same time, it disrupts the surrounding space, has its own lifespan, can self-identify, develop, and ultimately become aggressive and dangerous for its creator. These facts force us to think about who a human being is and whose global thought creates and moves our material world.
Professor A. V. Chernetsky experimentally proved that the "double" created by a human has many characteristics of living beings (for example, mass and density), and it is also surrounded by a biofield, which is fixed by devices. The professor repeatedly registered thought images created by people with the help of an electrostatic sensor. In his work "The Energy of emptiness" he says: "If you create a mental image in any place, for example, in the corner of a room, the device will register the "shells" (aura) of this phantom, but if you mentally blur this image, the "shells" will disappear, the device will not show anything".
For those who find it extremely difficult to believe that the images in one's head are exhausting, the following fragment of a video with participation of Igor Mikhailovich Danilov offers a simple experiment in creating the image of a "stone-laden suitcase" during the day. This experiment, if done well, will clearly show whether or not we should carry this "suitcase," which in essence gives us nothing in material reality, but truly deprives us of life.
Phantoms were repeatedly registered by means of photography as well. In 1968, Kulagina Ninel Sergeyevna was fogging photographic materials with her thought. In 1996, the newspaper "Anomaly" published an amazing picture. It depicts the researcher of the Tunguska meteorite A. V. Zolotov and the phantom of Ninel Sergeyevna Kulagina, a famous psychic. Ninel Sergeyevna's husband, Victor Vasilyevich Kulagin, took this photograph, who was recording the results of experiments during research. He recalls, "During the break, one of those present asked Ninel Sergeyevna: “Try to send your flow, your energy, your aura towards Zolotov, and we'll try to capture it on film." And here's what happened: a phantom of Kulagina appeared behind Zolotov, deliberately sent by her towards her partner. This photograph clearly demonstrates that a person can control his or her phantom at their own will, consciously sending it to a chosen point.
From all of the above, we can conclude that the created images and phantoms are harmful to humans, that it is not worth nourishing and multiplying them. But what to do with the already existing phantoms? How to get rid of them? In the video "Obsessive Images" Igor Mikhailovich Danilov answers the questions: "Is it possible to get rid of a created image completely? Is it possible to simply erase it forever from memory and consciousness?” It takes time and effort to get rid of an active, strong phantom that dominates a person. But the point is that it is unfortunately impossible to get rid of it forever, to eliminate it completely. It can be deactivated, but it will still continue to exist and consume the person's life energy, though not as actively as before. The memory can be formatted, but once created the image will be fed by us exactly as long as we will exist here in our body. Accordingly, our life energy will be distributed to the generated phantoms and images all our life. This is confirmed by absolute facts obtained as a result of numerous experiments.
Each of us is given a lifespan of at least 1500 years. But a person, for his or her lifetime, generates a legion of those who live instead of him or her. Considering the fact that we waste our life energy on thoughts and images in our heads and consciously or unconsciously create a huge number of phantoms, it becomes clear why instead of a thousand and a half years we actually live only about 80 years, or even much less.
"Therefore, my friends, you know, the main thing is not to be a meal even for your own imagination, and everything will be fine.”
/I. M. Danilov/