Buddhism and radionicsEquipo de Soporte
In Buddhism there is a concept called “Tulpas“, which has to do with the materialisation capacity of thoughts. Interestingly, Buddhists, masters of working on the mind, considered from ancient times that thought can bring about tangible realities. Moving from vibration to physical manifestation.
The mind is a powerful tool that can construct living environments, both good and bad. This is no mere utopia. In these elaborated material realities, people who share base thoughts physically coincide.
In other words, what we see around us is the fruit of different energetic charges that have been feeding that context through particular thoughts and vibrations for a sufficiently long time.
It is very important to observe our thoughts and consider the impact of our projects and desires. Every time we think, we emit a type of energy with a characteristic vibration that can be captured and measured. It has influence and culminates in some kind of major or minor materialisation. That influence will depend on the type of energy emitted, its strength and its focus. If our thoughts do not meet the essential characteristics for that materialisation to take place, nothing of interest will occur.
Those who disengage and stop projecting their own reality may find themselves drawn into various realities created and projected by others. That is why it is important to stop and think about what we want and how we want to construct our own existence.
Radionics and its devices make it possible to interact with all kind of positive vibrations. They make it possible not only to detect the type of vibrational state we are interested in, but also to connect with it and encourage its use. This is done through the different elements that make up a complete and well-structured radionic device. We link our present state with the vibration characteristic of the optimal state we wish to reach. In other words, the radionic device exponentially increases the possibilities of utilisation of our mental capacities, as well as the possibilities of action within the world in which we move. We cease to be mere spectators and become directors of our existence. Frankly, something really interesting that is worth exploring and experiencing.