Neighbor Wanted Advice
I have a neighbor who wanted to talk to me about camping yesterday. He has a son who is in elementary school and all of his son’s friends have been talking about going camping and so his son wanted to go camping.
His father knew that I had done a lot of camping when I was younger so he was asking my advice. There’s a lot of different kinds of camping. There is the easiest which is car camping.
There is canoe camping where you can put all your stuff in a canoe and paddle on a river and stop when you see a nice stretch of beach to camp out on.
There is backpacking which requires filling up a backpack with a weeks’ worth of supplies and just walking for 40 or 50 miles. Then there’s probably the most extreme which is camping while rockclimbing.
Straight Up For Days
If you want to rock climb up a steep cliff for more than two days or three days it’s similar in structure. To walk until the day is getting late you find a place to set up camp. It’s the same thing while rock climbing.
You’re climbing straight up this vertical wall and when it gets to be the end of the day you pack up your stuff and you hang it and you sleep with all your stuff hanging off a ledge. You wake up in the next morning and pack everything up and keep on climbing.
When you backpack the ideal number of people is between four and six. Anything less and if something happens and somebody needs to go get help you tend to run out of people.
Too many people in you ever have to stop and make a decision and have to wait for a couple of people and they’re lagging behind this can completely slow the whole trip up.
Five Is The Magic Number
Three, four, five people is a good number. One time in my friend, a guy I worked with, we were planning a backpacking trip. We were planning for a couple of weeks. It started off with just the two of us and then some friends found out and a couple friends of theirs find out and we had group.
About the third or fourth day in, and one of the cool things that happens when you go on these extended trips is the further you get away from civilization the more you notice that your conversation starts to become much more meaningful and less superficial.
The conversations you have a couple of days away from civilization are much different than the conversations you have sitting around in a table and staring at your devices and tied into twitter and Facebook.
This guy that was with us started talking about how he had recently learned how to manifest things. He told us that all humans have this the ancient powerful skills to manifest things that back before humans invented technology.
Everybody Can Manifest
We all have the power to manifest things. We all have the power to communicate telepathically. We all have the power to communicate with animals. We all have the power to meditate and astrally project ourselves.
We all have the power to meditate and enter enter one another’s dreams. But as we started to invent technology this externally created technological inventions started to replace our deep and ancient skills.
Today almost all of these skills have been completely neutralized and replaced with these external technologies. What most of these laws of attraction books miss is that while you can reawaken these ancient skills it requires a lot of time, you can’t reawaken these ancient skills while you are living in a modern world surrounded by modern technology.
If you do separate yourself from technology long enough you can reawaken your agent skills of telepathy. If you separate yourself from modern technology long enough you can reawaken your skills of astral projection. You can reawaken your skills of being able to communicate with animals. You can reawaken your skills to enter into the dreams of other while they are sleeping.
Dude Not In The Pictures
We got together two weeks later. We had an agreement to get together two weeks after our trip and share all the pictures and transfer all the pictures we could share. We showed up at this restaurant and this guy wasn’t there.
While he was with us we all just assumed that he was a friend of a friend. But when we showed up at the restaurant he didn’t. We realized that nobody knew who this guy was. We were looking at all of our pictures and this guy wasn’t in any of our pictures. We weren’t sure exactly who this guy wasn’t how it came to be in a group.
One of the biggest problems I have backpacking, this is just a personal problem, is when you plan a backpacking trip you plan a couple of months ahead of time. You need to get all the permits. You need to get into shape because backpacking is a very physically demanding sport.
For me, when I know I have a trip coming up, I tend to buy too much stuff. When I think about going backpacking you tend to go shopping at sporting stores. If you are in the mindset of going backpacking there’s a lot of cool things you can buy. A lot of cool gear a lot of cool pieces of equipment.
Hot Dogs On Coat Hangers
What me and this guy ended up finding a very close campsite where we could drive up to. It was warm and nice and we didn’t need to worry about getting cold at night. We just sat around the campfire telling stories and cooking hotdogs on coat hangers and marshmallows.
Now when his son goes back to school he’s been initiated into the wilderness so speak so he can share the stories with friends.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.