The premise behind the
design for a RFD (Random Field Device) is to allow you to “see” and
“hear” what your subconscious is attempting to answer or convey. We must
then make a distraction for the conscious mind and give it time to rest in order
for the subconscious to send the information. On the net you will find a few
really good ideas on how to make a RFD, simple and cheap to create. Here is one
design I tend to favor the most.
Scrying Mirror RFD
Materials needed are basic
and you will need your own creativity to figure out the best method for
attaching the materials to get the results needed.
at least 5” – 7” wide and tall/or around.
Black Material or black
paint: glossy would be fine, anything
that gives off a sense of “depth” to it when behind the glass or dried and
applied to the glass. Test your best materials.
enough to surround the entire edge of the glass. The foil should be one inch
around on the top of the mirror. This enhances that sense of foreground and
allows the blackness go into the background. Enhancing the ‘depth’ of the
a stand that will hold the scrying mirror in place at eye level.
Only one problem remains is
how to attach the material to the back of the glass. If you use any thing on the
surface it will mar it by creating adhesive spots that would distract from the
purpose. I would suggest mounting the glass on a black surface (Like cork board
and black material stapled to it to hold the material in place) then apply the
tin foil around the edges. Thankfully, black scrying mirrors are cheap now and
if you do not feel like making your own it should be easy enough to find one
online to purchase.
Using a RFD
Relaxation and quiet is key
to this exercise. Make sure to have at least 30 minutes to 1 hour of silence
available to use.
Sit in a relaxed position. A
place you can sink yourself into and not shift your body for long periods. Put
the scrying mirror at eye level or if you can just slightly above eye level. The
surface should have no reflections of objects in the room or even the ceiling
unless it is absolutely smooth and unmarred (ceiling fans & water marks and
yes spiders are distracting).
You can either just allow
images to come up on their own or you will ask a simple question and just really
relax yourself into that question. Example would be “what will be my final
grade in math” from there on, all you have to do is think of the question, not
the work or the teacher, just the question … a grade….. nothing more. As you
sit there and stare into the surface going deeper into it as though you are
walking into a dark hall. You may see things such as gray billowing clouds
tumbling over on the surface. Your mind will now start slowly throwing images on
the surface. It could look like flashes of light, pools of swirling colors,
distorted faces etc. keep relaxed and staring “into” the mirror with your
question in mind and wait for images to become solid. The odds after 10 minutes
of practice you will see something are over 75%. Continue to practice and
ask questions daily. The more time spent on it the better. Goodluck!