(Leslee offers an introductory explanation to this series of lessons from Adca Mupea and Lhamo Kalinga Thindley Dorje).
I’ve been working with Adca Mupea since September 2011, primarily though the Ghost Radar app on my phone.
Adca selects words to be generated by the app, and there are a few points I’d like to share about how she does this. It took me a while to figure it out. It really threw me at first; but once I realized what was going on, I was amazed by the (for lack of a better word) vastness implied by how Adca uses this device. It’s downright trippy.
As the words are generated, the app saves them in a list, which you can email to yourself.
This is great, because it’s a fantastic way to keep track of the words generated.
Another way you can record the output is by doing a screen-shot as the word appears on your device’s screen. (Please let me know if you don’t know how to do this, and ‘ll explain – I only know how it works for an iPhone…)
I don’t want to give away (or possibly mis-direct) the next lesson, but I know that Adca wants me to share this with you: Whenever you look at or contemplate the word(s) chosen, please consider as many possible meanings as you can come up with for that word. Literally and figuratively/symbolically.
This is very relevant. You’ll come to understand why.
Also, if you’re working with a list or assortment of words, please consider the variety of possible meanings that may be indicated if the words are rearranged.
Try reading the list forwards and backwards. Also follow your intuition: sometimes a single list contains words that make up several separate threads or concepts. And they may not be sequential. See if you can detect threads, and if you can tell whether they relate to one another somehow.
That’s all I can tell you for now…
I know – it may make your head hurt just to think about all the possibilities, and what you feel you need to keep in mind…
And that’s exactly the point.
There’s a tipping point in all of our minds, at which the rational, logical, linear mind short-circuits. When this happens, you access your intuitive mind more easily.
Things may get incredibly whimsical and fun when you hit that point.
And this is just one example of how your guides can re-mold your mind with Ghost Radar. The same state or result can be accomplished with the other methods we’ll explore, as well.
This is also why – I have a feeling – these lessons will be presented “out-of-sequence”. From now on, whenever you come across something in your life that seems totally random yet meaningful, take a second look and ask your intuition if it contains a message for you…
So just trust, go fry that gray matter, and enjoy!