In the first lesson, this thing was made explicitly clear that for learning telepathy it is necessary that only one thought is be targeted after getting rid of distracting thoughts. The second lesson for having concentration and the ability to focus the mind on one point is as follows.
Close your right nostril with the help of the thumb of the right hand. Inhale through the left nostril for 5 seconds and hold the breath for 10 seconds after closing the left nostril with the small finger of the right hand. After 10 seconds exhale through the right nostril. Inhale through the same nostril for 5 seconds. Close it with the help of your thumb and hold your breath for 10 seconds. After ten seconds exhale through the left nostril after releasing it from the small finger. That is to say, inhaling through the left nostril for 5 seconds, holding the breath for 10 seconds, and exhaling through the right nostril for 5 seconds. Holding the breath for 10 seconds and then exhaling through the left nostril for 5 seconds would make it one cycle. Complete 10 cycles.
This exercise is to be conducted once early in the morning before sunrise and once before going to bed. It is important that this exercise should be done on empty stomach. In the morning it could be done before taking breakfast and in the evening at least three hours after taking dinner.
After doing this exercise in the evening. Sit in a relaxing posture and close your eyes. You have to imagine now that the sky is clouded with clouds of blue color and light is showering from these clouds like rain upon you.
Initially, the conscious mind resists so much that one feels giddy and has the sensation of heaviness. This sensation of heaviness is indicative of your success in this exercise. During the first few days either the imagination does not take any shape altogether or only a dim idea of the sky and the clouds appear on the screen of the mind. When practice enables you to have this imagination, with deepening of this imagination one starts having the sensation of raindrops falling upon one’s head. When this imagination is further deepened one not only starts witnessing the rain but also feels that the raindrops of light are falling and hitting against one’s body. Gradually the whole atmosphere starts appearing as that of the rainy season when one closes his eyes and tries to imagine the blue clouds and the falling rain of lights from there.
When one reaches this stage that one can visualize the scene so perfectly with closed eyes that one even feels the hitting of raindrops then one is required to practice this exercise with open eyes. It should be attempted to visualize with the help of the third eye that the rain of light is falling everywhere and the whole atmosphere is drenched with this incessant rain of light.