Mind Control Psychoenergetics Self Improvement

How Thought Forms Affect Us Every Day

This post is a follow up to Visual Ray Psionics. I’ve been arguing with myself on how I should present this subject. Let me begin with the origins of my introduction thought forms.

I was first introduced to this concept by Charles Cosimano, author of “Psionic Combat,” almost two decades ago. Mr. Cosimano offers a lot of practical information in the chapter on thought forms. Unfortunately, this information tends to go hand in hand with a lot of destructive, hurtful thoughts; he basically hates people. Just about anyone annoys him, especially kids; he enjoys projecting destructive thought forms against people around him even from boredom.

Another problem with Mr. Cosimano is that he says that there is no such thing as karma (therefore, “we can cause as much bad luck and destruction on our enemies as we like with no repercussions”), yet he has the audacity to call upon angelic powers wherein karma is an integral part of spiritual law. He even admits that you better find a way to dissipate those destructive thoughts forms or they’ll come back to you. If that’s not karma, I don’t know what is.

Before Mr. Cosimano gets into seeding destructive thought forms like swords, spears, and exploding missles, he provides this useful passage:

..most thought forms are not effective at all. People, on the whole, do not think very clearly. Even their strongest desires, the ones which we would expect to create the most powerful thought forms, are usually quite muddled. There are always little side thoughts and feelings which get intermingled with the expressed desire and thus ruin the cohesiveness of the thought.

Hence a thought may be sent forth with a tremendous will behind it, but because the thinker has no clarity to his thought, it totally fails to accomplish anything except frustrate the sender. It is for this reason that a clear thought, even with a little energy, will be more effective than a highly energised mass of conflicting desires.

This is a reason why most attempts at making group thought forms fail. Each individual comes to the group with his own agenda and as all these get mixed up in the soup, the resulting thought form tends to be an amorphous mass with no effectiveness at all…