Everyone hears voices in their head. Sometimes there is only one voice. Other times you may hear a chorus. Sometimes the voice will say helpful things to you, and sometimes it just nags . . . “Drink more water!” “Get some exercise!” Other times that voice can shout or scream to get your attention. I have a strange voice in my head that hollers, “Get up! It’s time to work!” every day at 3 A.M..
Wouldn’t it be great if the voice (or voices) could be used to deliver messages FOR you?
You actually do this all the time without realizing it. Have you ever wished the dog down the street would stop barking, heard the voice in your head shout, “STOP!” and the next thing you knew the dog was quiet?
That’s the simple process behind directing the voice(s) in your head to build a Scream Fence for protection.
To create an imaginary Scream Fence around yourself or your property:
- Think of any scenario where someone or something could create chaos for you. Maybe it’s a squirrel that has an annoying habit of emptying your bird feeder or someone who keeps sneaking into your driveway at night to break into your car and steal your shopping cart loonie out of your ashtray. Maybe it’s someone who has a bad habit of calling you once a day to dump their problems on you without ever asking how your life is going.
- Visualize a boundary fence around what you want to protect – the perimeter around your yard, the perimeter around your house or your car or your cell phone or your heart.
- See your hands carefully pouring a thin circle of everlasting fuel around the perimeter you have in mind.
- Now, see yourself dropping a lit match and POOF! you have set an eternal fire that creates a brightly lit imaginary fence around what you wish to protect. You can set it to Slow Burn or leave it on Full Flame – its YOUR imaginary fire, after all
- To bring the scream into your Scream Fence, imagine your special voice(s) letting loose “Get Off my Lawn!” “Don’t Call Me!” “Make your Own Lunch!” “Leave my Stuff Alone!”
- Set up a motion detector feature – any time an ‘offender’ comes too close to your ‘fence’, the flames will shoot up and the screams will send him/her on their way.
- When you and your property are left in peace, remember to send a little thank you to the voice(s) in your head for a job well done.