If you can hold a thought, just a simple thought, for 17 seconds, without contradicting it, another thought like it same shape, same size, same vibration, same tone, by law of attraction another thought like it will come to it. And at precisely the 17 second point, these two thoughts will join one another, they coalesce and when they do that there is an energy that is expended, it is like a combustion point. And when these two thoughts join and combust, you can feel a measure of enthusiasm or interest bubbling within you. And in that moment of 17 seconds, these two thoughts that were same become one bigger,more evolved, faster vibrating thought.

Now, if you can stay focused on this subject that you have chosen for another 17 seconds, at the moment that you cross the 34 second mark that is just two times 17 this now more evolved thought will attract unto it and – in other words, the thoughts attract each other. Your thought draws another and the other thought draws it, thoughts that are same in nature come together. And at the 34 second mark these two more evolved thoughts do the same thing, they coalesce and there is another combustion point. At that point, these two thoughts become one, higher and faster in vibration. If you can maintain you attention to that now more evolved thought, at the 51 second mark which is just 3 times 17 there is another coaleascing, another joining of thought and another combustion point. If you can hold that more evolved thought for another 17 seconds, the same thing happens and when you cross the 68 second mark, you have a combustion big enough to affect physical manifestation.

To use this tool, bring to mind a desire; something you are wanting to manifest in your life experience. Imagine that desire is contained in the indigo circle and just focus on it until it fades.

Every 17 seconds the dot will grow a little larger. This represents the increase in attraction power you are giving your desire by focusing on it for each 17 second increment.

***NOTES***

It is of importance to note the word “pure” in this context. In order for your thought regarding your desire to be pure, there must not be resistance to it. In other words, your feeling towards the desire must hold the vibration of the desire as if it were already achieved, and not the vibration of the lack of your desire.

For example,  If your desire is to find a missing chess piece, you would focus on the elation of putting your opponent in check with that chess piece—not on the vacant slot on the chess board.

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The color, indigo, is the color of the Ajna Chakra—also known as the Third Eye. This energy center is good for focus. The music was composed to help focus as well, using frequencies that correspond to both the Ajna and Throat Chakras.

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