This worthy and learned prelate, the bishop of St. David's in Wales,
having in the former reign, as well as since the accession of Mary, been
remarkably zealous to promoting the reformed doctrines, and exploding
the errors of popish idolatry, w... Read more of Dr Robert Farrar at Martyrs.ca
This is a good technique to use when you want to quietly fade into the background, such as
when you have to walk through a group of cat-calling yobs, or you're at work and the boss is
on the warpath and looking for someone to pick on. I used to practice it on the tram on the
way to work, until I began to notice that the conductors weren't selling me tickets. I'd be sitting
there holding my money out and they'd walk right past me! It's a simple procedure. Ground and
centre yourself. Start with creating a shield, with whatever technique you find most allfortable.
Then visualise that the shield is a little bit fuzzy, so you seem a bit blurry to anyone watching.
Gradually blur the shield, and begin to blend it, and yourself, into the colours and shapes of
your surroundings. It's a bit hard to explain, but it's like visualising yourself as changing colour
to suit your surroundings like a chameleon. The shield acts like a veil which makes you less
visible because you don't stand out from your surroundings as much. If you normally like a
mirrored shield, you can make it bounce back light so it mirrors your surroundings visually.