INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT

HEAD SWAYS:

For millennia, head sways have been practiced by many traditions and high level initiations, in order to provoke the awakening of consciousness.

The tradition of head sways can be found in every cult and religion. It can be found in the Israelite religion as well as the Muslim religion and also in the Sufi tradition, the daily practice of the ‟Sannyasin” (a wandering beggar and ascetic living a life of renunciation) in India. In Asia, it can be found in the Shinto religion (Japan), in China, in the Taoist practices, as well as in the Chinese popular traditions. In Egypt, archaeologists have found wall frescoes in tombs dating back to the time of Akhenaton (Amenhotep IV, 14th century BC) depicting dancers practicing ritual sways. The modern Catholic religion is the only one that has lost that practice.

Parallel to that universal practice of head sways, there is also another common point to all religious rites and mystical search: focusing on sources of light.

For instance, the Zoroastrians use a fire, the Tibetans a flame, the sun and the moon were also worshipped. The reflection of the sun on water is used by African mystics, Nostradamus used the reflection of the moon on a silver tray, when he wanted to provoke phenomena of clairvoyance and transmit them to Catherine of Medici. The initiation rites of the Mysteries of Eleusis, that were attended by all the great men of Ancient Greece, whether philosophers, mathematicians or poets, consisted in focusing on a torch and then visualizing an ear of wheat with the eyes closed. In the Catholic religion, a candle is lit for prayer. In Orthodox worship, the priest sways while praying and focusing on a candle.

Clairvoyants also use that rudimentary and instinctive practice when they place a candle near a crystal ball. Again, they obtain a phosphene using the reflection of light, the ball acting as a magnifying glass. As all reflected light is more or less polarized, that explains the origin of flashes of clairvoyance. The ‟magical mirrors” are absolutely not magical: it is their capacity for reflection that matters. We could quote hundreds of examples that all concur completely, without getting into chancy hypotheses. Studying texts, religions, cults and traditions will show to the researcher that phosphenes have greatly contributed to the development of humankind.

It seems that those who have understood the importance of the role of the phosphenes in the development of the individual have tried to hide it. For instance, it was forbidden to disclose the contents of the Mysteries of Eleusis under penalty of death. The Taoists were persecuted by the warlords who did not want their knowledge to spread. Moreover, many writers have claimed that Christ was sentenced to death for the disclosure of secrets. To that, we will add: of secrets related to a science of phosphenes. Phosphenes had never been studied before Dr Lefebure, because of a process he calls: the feeling of obviousness. The phosphene appears as such an obvious phenomenon that one does not even think about asking the most elementary questions about it.

EXAMPLE:

LATERAL HEAD SWAY:
Intuition, strengthening of the personality, helps in overcoming stress.

VERTICAL HEAD SWAY:
Dreams in color and dreams of ascension. Awakening during sleep, directed dreams. Out of body experiences. Astral travelling.

ANTERO-POSTERIOR HEAD SWAY:
The transformation of daydreaming into concrete action.

FIGURE-of-8 HEAD SWAY:
Helps acquiring a greater strength of character as well as a kind of clairvoyance about our path in life.

HALF-CIRCLE HEAD SWAY (or Horseshoe Head Sway): Initiatory dreams (dreams during which the subject receives advice on the exercises he or she should practice in order to obtain a quicker inner development).

ROTATIONAL HEAD SWAY: Developing personal magnetism. The awakening of consciousness and the chakras.

TECHNICAL EXERCISE BOOK

UNDERSTANDING THE PRACTICE

Important: – These technical sheets, in the form of animations, constitute a working support which can be complete and understandable only if you have Dr LEFEBURE‘s courses.
Take the time necessary for understanding the explanations which are given to you by Dr. Lefebure.

TECHNICAL FILE Head Sways

STEP BY STEP BREAKDOWN OF THE LATERAL HEAD SWAY

TECHNICAL SHEET N. 1:LATERAL head sway

Generalities:

  • The lateral, vertical, antero-posterior, figure-of-8 sways and the rotations are performed in 3 phases.
  • The 1st and 3rd phase are for gathering momentum, i.e. for providing enough amplitude so that you can induce rhythmic thinking.
  • The rhythm at which the phosphene has the most amplitude in the sways is the rhythm of two seconds, for an inclination of roughly 45° to the vertical axis.
  • The term ‟mantra” etymologically means: mental sound. It consists of sounds (a series of syllables pronounced mentally or out loud) that do not necessarily have a meaning, but that have the advantage of allowing a continuous, regular repetition. The regularity of the rhythm allows a greater accumulation of energy in thoughts.
  • To maintain the rhythm, use the i-Mantratron.
  • The horseshoe head sway is practiced on a rhythm of 3 seconds. 3 seconds one way and 3 seconds back in one continuous motion.
  • After you have produced a phosphene, sway your head on the rhythm, say the mantra: a vowel each time your head reaches the end of a sway.
  • ALL the exercises are much more beneficial when carried out with a visualized thought:
    • geometrical figures, which give access to the planes of abstract thought.
    • the plant kingdom, which gives access to the etheric plane.
    • the point of concentration, which gives access to the higher planes of consciousness.

LATERAL head sway mantra EELLEE = intuition.
Telepathy. Strengthening of the personality allowing the overcoming of stress.

AFTER DOING A PHOSPHENE: 1st way to practice.

1st step: 45° motion at a rhythm
of 2 seconds (1 second one way and 1 second back).

Duration: 1 minute.

See the Phosphenic Energy box set, and The Yoga of Two Seconds.

2nd step: Movements of the head of very small amplitude during which you should try to focus your attention on the sensation of the encephalon (the brain) moving within the cranium. Keep using the rhythm of 2 seconds.

Duration: 1 minute.

3rd step: Back to the first step. Movement at a 45° angle,
at a rhythm of 2 seconds.

Duration: 1 minute.

AFTER DOING A PHOSPHENE: 2nd way to practice.

1st step:
Movement at a 45° angle at a rhythm of 2 seconds (1 second one way, 1 second back).

Duration: 1 minute.

The difference with the first method is that the point of concentration moves from one temple to the other.

2nd step:
Movements of the head fo very small amplitude during which you should focus your attention on the sensation of the encephalon (the brain) moving within the cranium. Keep using the rhythm of 2 seconds. Duration: 1 minute. The point of concentration moves from one temple to the other.

ALL THE OTHER HEAD SWAYS ARE PRACTICED THE SAME WAY.
The only thing that changes is the movement of the head.

Note N.1: Question regarding the position of the eyes (extracted from the French Forum):

Q. Ladybird:
I would like an explanation regarding a small detail: when we practice the sways, do we need to keep the gaze fixed, eyes closed, while imagining the point of concentration moving from right to left (for the lateral head sway, for example) or do we have to make a real physical eye movement from right to left while imagining the point of concentration? Thank you.

A. Ahura:
Hello, Ladybird, During the sways, the eyes naturally follow the movement of the head. There is no need to force the movement of the eyes or the exercise will quickly become very tiring. As a whole, the head sway and the movement of the eyes must be natural, and the movement must be done without fatigue or effort. When the movement becomes simple and natural, it is easier to focus your attention on the visualization. Practice well.

R. Ladybird:
Thank you for your answer, Ahura. Up until now I did not shift my gaze and I only did the swaying in my mind. So, thank you once again for that very important explanation.
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Note N.2: If you have degenerative osteoarthritis of the neck, do the sways starting from the level of the pelvic region. In certain traditions the sways start from the hips, the cervical vertebrae therefore remain in alignment with the top of the vertebral column.

OTHER SWAYS

(Vertical and Anteroposterior)

TECHNICAL SHEET #2 + #3: VERTICAL sway and ANTEROPOSTERIOR sway

VERTICAL Head sway,
mantra ALLA
= Awakening during sleep, directed dreams, extension of consciousness.

ALL THE HEAD SWAYS ARE PRACTICED THE SAME WAY AS THE LATERAL HEAD SWAY,
i.e. IN 3 STEPS: IN OTHER WORDS,
IN 3 PHASES WITH A PHOSPHENE AND
A POINT OF CONCENTRATION.

The only thing that changes is the movement of the head.

One exception: the half-circle sway or horseshoe sway.

ANTEROPOSTERIOR Head sway, with oscillation of the point of concentration on a frontal/occipital plane.

= Transformation of daydreaming into concrete action.

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OTHER SWAYS

(figure-of-8)

WORKSHEET N. 4: figure-of-8 sway or movement of infinity

ALL THE HEAD SWAYS ARE PRACTICED THE SAME WAY AS THE LATERAL HEAD SWAY, i.e. IN 3 STEPS: IN OTHER WORDS, IN 3 PHASES WITH A PHOSPHENE AND A POINT OF CONCENTRATION.

The only thing that changes is the movement of the head. One exception: the half-circle sway or horseshoe sway.

Figure-of-8 head sway, mantra EELLEE.

Combination of a lateral head sway and two symmetrical movements of rotation. = Allows one to acquire a greater strength of character, a better anchorage in life, a better centering. Allows one to obtain a certain clear-sightedness concerning one’s path in life.

1st phase:
rather ample movement of the head.

Duration: 1 minute.

2nd phase:
very tiny movement of the head. Always well in rhythm with the mantra and in synchronization with the passage of the point of concentration which will always follow the same path.

Duration: 1 minute.

3rd phase:
idem, same as the first phase.

Duration: 1 minute.

Then, start again and just as with the lateral head sway do not make the point of concentration go outside the head. Note: On each click, the point of concentration goes through the center of the loop.

Example of exercise to be done once or twice a year:
In a panoramic way, recall the broad outlines of your past, i.e. going from one event to the next, being careful to keep only the events which appear to be related to your evolution. For right-handed persons, that retrospective is to be done on the left-hand side. In other words, while practicing the figure-of-8 head sway, let your memories come back, but with the idea that they are situated on your left-hand side.

Then, when that recalling of memories has been done, a recollection which starts from your childhood and leads to your current situation in life, let the images come to you on your right-hand side: strong ideas connected to what you would like to be or what you would like to attain in the coming years.

The first phase of this exercise is not strictly speaking a form of regression. And it is not a form of psychoanalysis. A psychoanalytical approach is the opposite of an initiatory approach which represents an evolutionist initiative. Speaking about a problem, means creating it.

The past is the heaviest thing that a person has to deal with. In an initiatory way of proceeding, we simply try to become aware of our past in order to better comprehend the sequence of events which have lead us to become what we are today. Being overly centered on our past is a retrograde attitude which can only anchor our problems and our faults in the memory of our electrons.

‟EVERYHING THAT IS IN THE MIND WILL ONE DAY BE MANIFESTED IN MATTER, and if it is not in this life,
it will be in the next…
” 
Doctor LEFEBURE.

Meditating on what you would have liked to be, allows you ‟to program” your future… and, in terms of reincarnation, returning in better conditions…

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OTHER SWAYS

WORKSHEET N. 5:sway in ROTATION

ALL THE HEAD SWAYS ARE PRACTICED THE SAME WAY AS THE LATERAL HEAD SWAY, i.e. IN 3 STEPS: IN OTHER WORDS, IN 3 PHASES WITH A PHOSPHENE AND A POINT OF CONCENTRATION.

The only thing that changes is the movement of the head. One exception: the half-circle sway or horseshoe sway.

Sway in ROTATION on a horizontal plane, mantra OLLO or LO in a one direction and OL when the head turns in the other direction during the following session.
= Development of magnetic power. Awareness and awakening of the chakras.

1st phase:
the point of concentration traces circles above the head.

Duration: 1 minute.

2nd phase:
the point of concentration traces smaller circles above the head.

Duration: 1 minute.

3rd phase:
idem, same as the 1st phase.

Duration: 1 minute.

AFTER DOING A PHOSPHENE: 2nd way of practicing (on a vertical plane).

1st phase:
idem as above, but on a vertical plane.

The point de concentration traces circles around the head.

Duration: 1 minute.

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OTHER SWAYS (HALF-CIRCLE)

WORKSHEET N. 6: HALF-CIRCLE sway
Or Christ’s sway or the horseshoe sway

HALF-CIRCLE sway, mantra EELLEE

Also called Christ’s sway because
the position of the head on the cross, which is not a natural position for a dead person, shows the correct initiatory exercise.

That head sway leads to Initiatory dreams (dreams in which the subject receives advice on the exercises which they need to practice in order to rapidly attain inner development). It lets one enter into contact with spiritual guides and allows one to travel in the akashic records (the subconscious).

This sway is done on a rhythm of 3 seconds per side and it is composed of only one phase.

Duration: 3 minutes.

Then redo the phosphene
and let yourself be carried along
by the cenesthesic sensations
for 3 to 5 minutes.

Combination of swaying and oscillation of torsion.

That way of practicing the sways is the deepest, most natural and most highly traditional. The most natural because it is the primal movement of life.

This is the movement of the sperm cell. As it advances, on one hand, it shows an oscillation of its head from right to left which is prolonged in a sinusoidal movement of its body and the flagellum; and on the other hand, it has an oscillation of twisting around its axis. Thus, for the person who is observing through the microscope from above, we could say that it shows at times the right cheek and at times the left. Now, that combination of oscillations, twisting and sinusoidal oscillations is very common in biology.

For example, when we walk along a wall, if we project the movement of the hip on the wall, that movement traces a sinusoid; but in addition there is an obvious oscillation of torsion because at times one hip and at times the other hip is alternately in the front and then in the back.

Thus, as in the advancing movement of the sperm cell, there is a combination of sinusoidal movement and an oscillation of torsion. We say that the movement of the heart is a contraction-dilation. But, in medicine, we learn that the heart contracts like a dish towel that we twist to wring out the water, i.e. with a twisting movement at the extremities, the cardiac muscular fibers being arranged in spirals closed upon themselves. In other words, the heart is a kind of cloth having four links.

Let’s project that fundamental biological combination on the movements of our head, the sway from right to left (lateral head sway).

The oscillation of twisting is the movement during which the axis of the head constantly remains vertical and the chin goes to the right and to the left. If we combine the two, the head will lie against the collarbone on one side and then on the other side. It is indispensable that there is equality between the flexion and the twisting.

It is more pleasant to practice that movement at the basic rhythm of two seconds, i.e. on a rhythm of four seconds or on a rhythm of three seconds.

In any case, it is necessary to use one or the other of these durations to create neurological pathways which are vectors of experiences. In the end, these movements are the easiest ones to do, which is hardly surprising because they correspond to the original movement of life, the most pleasant one, the one during which it is easiest to continue to think and maintain a rhythmic activity in thought, whether it is a mantra or the swaying of a point of concentration.

When you stop that movement of the head, the movement of the thought continues with great ease. In the ancient paintings depicting Christ, such as those on ancient crucifixes, the head of Christ is always tilted to one side lying against the collarbone, half-flexion and half-torsion. In the past, it was always to the right because according to tradition he would have looked toward the west as he was dying.

In more recent paintings, it can sometimes be to the left. Nonetheless, it was decreed by surgeons that it was not a normal position for a corpse attached by the hands, and since then Christ has been represented with his head tilting forward.

But if the artists of the Middle Ages represented the scene with the head tilted to one side and at the same time with a movement of twisting, i.e. the head lying against the collarbone, that is because in Christianity at that time it was still remembered that this movement had a great mystic value; in other words enormous potential for helping to produce rhythmic thinking, at the time called prayers or litanies, for helping repeat prayers and litanies on a very regular conscious rhythm.

The choir sloping onto the nave, in certain churches and cathedrals.

In certain buildings dedicated to worship, Gothic churches, for example, or Gothic cathedrals and even much more ancient small Romanic churches in the country, you will also notice that the choir slopes onto the nave.

In Quimper, for example, this is quite striking. In Saint-Malo, if we stand right in the middle of the steps at the entrance of the cathedral, we will remark the same thing if we pay a bit of attention.

And, for example, in Monteton, a small village in Dordogne where there is a Romanic church, on the door of the entrance there is an explanation of that slight incline, and our attention is drawn to it: it recalls the tilting of Christ’s head on the cross.

At a certain period in history, if that movement was marked even in the buildings dedicated to worship, it was because people thought that it was extremely important from a mystic point of view. We mustn’t forget that up until the end of the Middle Ages, in churches, dances of gyrations were practiced as well as exercises of swaying the head and the body.

Moreover, the Coptic Christians still rock back and forth as they pray. Consequently, the position of Christ in paintings and on ancient crucifixes and the sloping of the choir onto the nave indicates that it was quite well known that that movement of the head was a very important aspect of spiritual development.

Dr LEFEBURE

Traditional nave

Initiatory and spiritual nave

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