Copyright © 2016 by Avlis Productions Inc.
Silva Courses From the mind of José Silva
“So that when we move on, we shall have left behind a better world”
Benefits of Intuition
Policeman projects peace on his beat
How a police officers projects mentally to calm a tense situation Law enforcement officers have found many ways to benefit from clairvoyance. Here is how one policeman, Silva graduate Denis McKeon, a retired police officer from New Orleans, Louisiana, used mental projection to help him deal with violent hostility. “I wanted to find a way of preventing crime and violence instead of constantly dealing with the aftermaths of these incidents,” McKeon said. The Silva Method seemed to hold hope, so he repeated the program, seeking techniques to help him achieve his goal. He found what he calls his ideal technique for dealing with confrontations: “When an individual or a small group of people confront you and are angry or projecting hatred and insults,” McKeon advises, “remain calm. When they insult you, just smile and say, ‘Thank you’ or something similar. This will surprise them. “While they are confused, mentally project love, peace and brotherhood toward them. The majority of the time this tactic will break the tension and either end the situation or allow you to deal with these people n a rational way. This will eliminate the possibility of violence,” he said. “I discovered this method when I was confronted by an individual who was very angry, calling me vile names and threatening violence. “I remembered the beneficial statement that ‘Negative thoughts and actions will have no influence over me at any level of the mind.’ I decided to try to avoid violence by using positive mental projection, but first I had to stop his angry advance. “I smiled and said, ‘Thank you, that’s the nicest thing anyone has said to me today.’ This stopped him in his tracks with a bewildered look on his face. This gave me the few seconds I needed to mentally project the love, peace and brotherhood towards him. “The result,” McKeon noted, “was that he slowly started to smile and he said, ‘You know, you are okay,’ and then he wanted to shake my hand. The potential violent situation was over. “By using the method I have described, violence may be avoided most of the time. I found this technique to be effective in about eighty percent of these types of confrontations.” One other technique he has used involves mental projection at a distance. McKeon said that he would mentally project to every area of his post each day before he started his rounds. He would visualize everything peaceful and harmonious. “After I had been using this technique for a while,” he said, “I started to observe that the residents of my post were beginning to act less fearful, there was much less anxiety present and the people were happier in general. “Their attitude toward me changed also,” he continued. “They became very friendly toward me and were always glad to see me. They gave me the nickname of ‘Smiley, the happy cop.’ This did wonders for me also. At the end of my day I felt a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction, as before, I had felt frustrated and depressed. “I know this method works,” McKeon concluded. “I have used it successfully for many years. At the same time, the surrounding posts had all kinds of problems.”
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Benefits of Intuition
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How a police officers projects mentally to calm a tense situation Law enforcement officers have found many ways to benefit from clairvoyance. Here is how one policeman, Silva graduate Denis McKeon, a retired police officer from New Orleans, Louisiana, used mental projection to help him deal with violent hostility. “I wanted to find a way of preventing crime and violence instead of constantly dealing with the aftermaths of these incidents,” McKeon said. The Silva Method seemed to hold hope, so he repeated the program, seeking techniques to help him achieve his goal. He found what he calls his ideal technique for dealing with confrontations: “When an individual or a small group of people confront you and are angry or projecting hatred and insults,” McKeon advises, “remain calm. When they insult you, just smile and say, ‘Thank you’ or something similar. This will surprise them. “While they are confused, mentally project love, peace and brotherhood toward them. The majority of the time this tactic will break the tension and either end the situation or allow you to deal with these people n a rational way. This will eliminate the possibility of violence,” he said. “I discovered this method when I was confronted by an individual who was very angry, calling me vile names and threatening violence. “I remembered the beneficial statement that ‘Negative thoughts and actions will have no influence over me at any level of the mind.’ I decided to try to avoid violence by using positive mental projection, but first I had to stop his angry advance. “I smiled and said, ‘Thank you, that’s the nicest thing anyone has said to me today.’ This stopped him in his tracks with a bewildered look on his face. This gave me the few seconds I needed to mentally project the love, peace and brotherhood towards him. “The result,” McKeon noted, “was that he slowly started to smile and he said, ‘You know, you are okay,’ and then he wanted to shake my hand. The potential violent situation was over. “By using the method I have described, violence may be avoided most of the time. I found this technique to be effective in about eighty percent of these types of confrontations.” One other technique he has used involves mental projection at a distance. McKeon said that he would mentally project to every area of his post each day before he started his rounds. He would visualize everything peaceful and harmonious. “After I had been using this technique for a while,” he said, “I started to observe that the residents of my post were beginning to act less fearful, there was much less anxiety present and the people were happier in general. “Their attitude toward me changed also,” he continued. “They became very friendly toward me and were always glad to see me. They gave me the nickname of ‘Smiley, the happy cop.’ This did wonders for me also. At the end of my day I felt a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction, as before, I had felt frustrated and depressed. “I know this method works,” McKeon concluded. “I have used it successfully for many years. At the same time, the surrounding posts had all kinds of problems.”
Policeman projects peace on his beat
Copyright © 2016 by Avlis Productions Inc.
Silva Courses From the mind of José Silva
“So that when we move on, we shall have left behind a better world”
Benefits of Intuition
How a police officers projects mentally to calm a tense situation Law enforcement officers have found many ways to benefit from clairvoyance. Here is how one policeman, Silva graduate Denis McKeon, a retired police officer from New Orleans, Louisiana, used mental projection to help him deal with violent hostility. “I wanted to find a way of preventing crime and violence instead of constantly dealing with the aftermaths of these incidents,” McKeon said. The Silva Method seemed to hold hope, so he repeated the program, seeking techniques to help him achieve his goal. He found what he calls his ideal technique for dealing with confrontations: “When an individual or a small group of people confront you and are angry or projecting hatred and insults,” McKeon advises, “remain calm. When they insult you, just smile and say, ‘Thank you’ or something similar. This will surprise them. “While they are confused, mentally project love, peace and brotherhood toward them. The majority of the time this tactic will break the tension and either end the situation or allow you to deal with these people n a rational way. This will eliminate the possibility of violence,” he said. “I discovered this method when I was confronted by an individual who was very angry, calling me vile names and threatening violence. “I remembered the beneficial statement that ‘Negative thoughts and actions will have no influence over me at any level of the mind.’ I decided to try to avoid violence by using positive mental projection, but first I had to stop his angry advance. “I smiled and said, ‘Thank you, that’s the nicest thing anyone has said to me today.’ This stopped him in his tracks with a bewildered look on his face. This gave me the few seconds I needed to mentally project the love, peace and brotherhood towards him. “The result,” McKeon noted, “was that he slowly started to smile and he said, ‘You know, you are okay,’ and then he wanted to shake my hand. The potential violent situation was over. “By using the method I have described, violence may be avoided most of the time. I found this technique to be effective in about eighty percent of these types of confrontations.” One other technique he has used involves mental projection at a distance. McKeon said that he would mentally project to every area of his post each day before he started his rounds. He would visualize everything peaceful and harmonious. “After I had been using this technique for a while,” he said, “I started to observe that the residents of my post were beginning to act less fearful, there was much less anxiety present and the people were happier in general. “Their attitude toward me changed also,” he continued. “They became very friendly toward me and were always glad to see me. They gave me the nickname of ‘Smiley, the happy cop.’ This did wonders for me also. At the end of my day I felt a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction, as before, I had felt frustrated and depressed. “I know this method works,” McKeon concluded. “I have used it successfully for many years. At the same time, the surrounding posts had all kinds of problems.”
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