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Quote from: T-Man on October 20, 2017, 19:26:01Lumaza,Just for clarification I have been trying the phasing technique and my intent was not on the RTZ exit. I think I have just been confused in this thread. You have mentioned earlier in this thread about rowing a boat, swinging back and forth in a hammock, ping pong effect in your 6 pt focus, etc. I think these examples have confused me about the phasing technique. I will give up on my motion focus and will have to start over and go back to the basics. Thanks for pointing out where I am going wrong with my techniques.
Quote from: T-Man on October 21, 2017, 01:30:51Lumaza,Thanks for all your feedback! I appreciate the time you spend responding to my posts. I will make some adjustments to my technique and keep on trying. I will head back to door #1. Was that the green door or the orange door? I'll keep you posted if I manage to go further than I have.
Quote from: Lumaza on February 13, 2018, 10:12:50 Phasing is a "conscious" shift from A to B. that is undergone by completely turning your focus away from A. How you do that is up to you. Once you do it, your entire focus will be on B, unless you have the ability to maintain a dual awareness and not have A bother you at all. My Doorway program has been adapted to these steps. My steps being #1-Relax #2-Etheric body awareness/Disassociation from the Physical Body #3-Daydream, lose yourself in thought. Example: your "Happy Place" #4-Very brief physical body "sneak peak" #5-6 point directional focus. Motion #6-Basic Training, Candle flame visual #4 may seem unorthodox, but I have a reason for each step. I tried to eliminate the early"visual" aspect of the practice. Instead, by becoming proficient in this process, you will find that visuals are no problems anymore. My process doesn't use intended imagery until you are deep enough that visualizing becomes automatic. Which would be step 6. You will find though that each step will lead to "mental associations". I have tested this and tweaked it according to results I personally found and those that I had using it in the past for the last couple of years now.
Quote from: Yodad on March 27, 2018, 03:39:02I saw this post and it led me back to your doorway thread and a lot more details. Great inspiration
Quote from: Nameless on August 04, 2018, 20:40:43I need to practice this deferring pain thing myself. I know I can do it I just need to remember to do it. Cool with the mirror, me thinks you might be in for a mind-blowing experience soon.Hugs
Quote from: LightBeam on August 04, 2018, 22:23:18I was using this type of technique before. When I found myself focusing on the painful areas of my body, the pain increased, so I decided to focus my attention and for fun try to make my lips bigger LOL. So I focused on my lips and I was trying to hold my focus on them throughout the day. I would feel tingling sensation there and at times I felt like they had botox in them, like getting bigger an harder. I It was funny though, so it worked for me. And I think they had gotten physically bigger, no joke haha. The idea also is that sometimes we try to heal certain areas and we focus on it, but at the same time we are acknowledging that there is something wrong and we reinforce that. Instead, we have to feel our body overall strong and think that we are extremely strong and healthy and move on with daily activities, keeping busy and entertained.
Quote from: Lumaza on August 04, 2018, 23:39:57 Do you think that was being felt "Etherically"?
Quote from: Volgerle on August 06, 2018, 23:07:57I'd love to reach "The Park" one day. It is 'also' in Focus27, right?
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Quote from: Lumaza on August 11, 2018, 08:13:11 In my last couple of daily Phase/soak sessions, I have perceived the Park in different ways. A few days ago while targeting it, I found the bridge to be very rickety and run down. When I saw the Park, I saw that the area was different. It was the same Park, but it seemed like it lost it's grooming. Tall grass completely blocked out much of it. It looked like no one had attended this area for years. I saw the benches were still there though. They also looked run down and ragged. So, I went to the task of "Caretaker" and began to clean it up. I knew for some reason that I had to use somewhat of a "physical ruleset" to make the changes. So, I began with a simple lawnmower and watched as other crews joined in the mass clean-up. It took awhile to do, but we got it back to the way I was used to seeing it. I figured this to be some kind of test and when I finally ended the session, I found that the water in my bath was bordering on luke warm. I must have been in that "projection" for over a hour. I enjoyed it though. In today's session, I found the bridge to be the challenge. I began walking across it and found that the further I got, the weaker it got, until there was no boards at all and I felt like I was walking on air. I normally experience my Phase sessions as a simple point of consciousness with no need for a physical vessel. But for some reason, it's not that way when I target the "Park". Why? I have no idea. When I walk, I feel each step and the motion of walking as well. As a point of consciousness, the sense of movement is much more smooth and fluid.
Quote from: baro-san on August 12, 2018, 02:04:22Maybe those changes are reflections of your subconscious being recently touched by negative emotions, caused by events in your life.