By Larry Vingelman – Source: www.winning-the-lottery.org
I first met Dr. Gopala at a “Spiritual Regeneration Movement” residence course many years ago. These yoga courses were usually taught over a long weekend and regularly held at Catholic retreat houses around the country. He was a guest lecturer discussing Yogic Siddhis (yogic powers) primarily levitation and invisibility now called remote viewing by educators and the military. I attended all his lectures. He was a favorite among the initiates and spoke with a clear passion for his specialty.
During that weekend, on a wakeful night, I had a chance to speak with Dr. Gopala. It was not unusual for the attendees to be milling around at all hours of the night. The course leaders had us “rounding” (a series of yoga practices involving breathing, stretching and meditation) all day long when not attending a lecture. It seemed like after all the stretching and meditating, we did not need as much sleep as usual. It was just dawn when I sat on an outdoor bench next to Dr. Gopala overlooking a quiet pond located next to the retreat center. It was an odd experience; for coupled with his spiritual presence, the pond itself was teeming with an abundance of life. Mayfly and Caddis were beginning to hatch and trout were beginning their morning feast, their rises more rhythmic then random. The pond, full of predator and prey, seemed to me an entire microcosm of the universe, all calmly transpiring before our eyes. Still, I searched for the courage to speak.
I was nervous at first, the way students are when speaking to a professor, but he had a calming effect on me. We discussed invisibility since that was the last lecture he had given and the Siddhi I was most interested in at the time. He answered all my questions, then said he was somewhat saddened by the way the west was using the Siddhis, which had for thousands of years been secret and mysterious only taught to the highest caste of Brahmins.
He said that the military was using invisibility, which they renamed remote viewing and were using this Siddhi (yogic power) to spy on the other countries. He was less saddened by the fact they were using a Siddhi to spy and more saddened by the way this yogic technique had been studied, quantified, analyzed and taught. He went on to say, in an offhanded way, it would be easier to teach someone about lottery predictions then many of the ancient yoga Siddhis. Of course, all I heard was lottery predictions.
I asked Dr. Gopala what he meant by lottery predictions trying not to sound overly excited. He said, just like he had discussed in his lectures, if getting close to the Source of Thought could bring about remote viewing, then with the properly energized intention and the Matra-vrttas (Devine Proportion or Golden Ratio – a sacred number used in one of the categories of meters in Sanskrit and Prakit poetry around A. D. 1100) we should be able to make reasonable lottery predictions. Actually easier then remote viewing since consciousness didn’t need be maintained near the Source of Thought for hours at a time. With a strong, energized and unselfish intention, most people should be able to perform this technique.
What does “internalizing the Symbols” mean when using Dr, Gopala’s Dream Lottery System?
Internalizing the Symbols is the easiest of four tasks that must be performed when using Dr. Gopala’s new Dream Lottery System. The gist of internalizing is communicating to the Source of Thought the proper dream symbol which would allow you to calculate the winning lottery number. Consequently, it is important to say the word representing the dream symbol under your breath, associate the Mantric symbol with the dream symbol and glance at the Core numbers.