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Quote from: Lumaza on January 05, 2019, 05:02:30. When I was younger I had sales training. This training was for "direct" sales, as in door to door sales. At the time, the people teaching you were basically "slave drivers". Door to door sales was and I guess still is very high pressure and the methods of the teachers were very ruthless as well. We made our projected "quotas" for the day in morning meeting. You either reached them at the end of the day or didn't. You never used the word "try". It was greatly frowned upon and would always end up with you getting chastised by a superior in the company.
Quote from: Lumaza on January 05, 2019, 05:02:30This is when I noticed/perceived, that I wasn't moving forward towards these scenes, like I do in my 6 pt directional focus. They/the objects or scene were moving towards me. When I use my 6pt directional technique while in the 3d Void or when trying to reach the Void, I will feel the motion in whatever direction is focused on. Example: the focus on Forward, will normally have me feeling like I am moving forward, like on a Rollercoaster or some driving simulation. I will experience the accompanying visuals as well. For a Rollercoaster, I may see the tracks ahead and feel as the track swerve and turn. Focus on backwards, up, down, right, left, will have their corresponding visuals and motion feelings/responses as well.With this focus though, There was no feeling of moving towards something. There was no feeling of motion at all, except for the motion of me being perfectly still, as everything came at me.
Quote from: Nameless on January 05, 2019, 15:02:42Also looking forward to Volgerle's work.
Quote from: Nameless on January 05, 2019, 15:02:42So much for your hate of typing, lol. Thank you for putting in the effort though. I had never noticed the 'try and do' with hypnotist but you are indeed right about that. I admire Baro-San very much for sticking to his guns. I've been rooting for his ideas to take hold as personally I find hypnotism very useful to ap.
Quote from: Volgerle on January 05, 2019, 17:17:25Reminds me of what I did for over 4 years but just in the office as a telephone sales agent instead of outside canvassing from door to door. Yet, it is practically the same, just on the phone, calling number after number (yes, it sucks!). Indeed then you are taught that you have to eliminate any softening, polite or subjunctive/conditional speech out of your language, such as 'could' 'would' 'might' 'maybe' 'perhaps' or similar. You always say 'this product helps you to...' or 'will help you...' but never 'maybe if you would try it then it could help you ...'. Same with affirmations. Always do, never 'want' or 'intend to' or 'would like' or whatever. Also never 'ask' for it, just 'command' it or even better: state that you already have/are it.
QuoteThe best affirmation is thus always and still 'I am... now' (e.g. out-of-body-now). Or 'I do' instead of 'I'd like to do, I'd wish ...' or whatever.
QuoteThis is my typcial Void experience. That is why I also called the (Akashic) Void the Akashic Screen sometimes. Yes, there is motion but you can always choose if you move or your surroundings come to you. It is a 3D and interactive screen for sure, but normally I do not move and the Void moves instead or the colours or pictures it shows me. It is maybe the focus I have which is normally not on myself or my body but on what is shown/presented to me. That is why the 'action' is on the other side and I am just putting out my intent or query and 'wait'. One of the best examples is my card validation I did form the Void. First I saw the right card from afar. I demanded to see it from near to identify it. The card then 'floated' through the dark Void and moved towards me, not the other way round, and so I could read it.
Quote from: Plume on January 10, 2019, 04:21:50 Allo Lumaza... I truly enjoy reading your thread , one of the best, I hear more is coming A bientot ...just passing by, got to go.
Quote from: Yodad on January 10, 2019, 16:55:04Im reading your posts. In fact I wanted to comment on your post the other day about hypnotism. I had never heard of how they utilize the word TRY as a failure. I've always enjoyed Star Wars and first thing I thought of while reading your post was a quote from Yoda, "Do or do not, there is no try" How a movie character understand this and I didn't. lol Sadly, "trying" pretty much sums up 2018 for me. "Doing" will be the focus in 2019.
Quote from: Lumaza on January 11, 2019, 03:00:18 That Yoda character is one smart cookie! Here's to many successful "do(s)" or better yet, dids!
Quote from: Lumaza on April 27, 2019, 00:11:23 Just keep it all simple. like they say "KEEP IT SIMPLE STUPID"!
Quote from: T-Man on April 27, 2019, 17:28:41This one seems appropriate for me!I tried your simple method last evening. I sat on the sofa chair and closed my eyes (used a sleep mask as well to keep from distractions). Within a few minutes of staring ahead I was getting lots of imagery. My arms and legs were numb very quickly. I saw a fern above me on a shelf. I was moving thru a parkade when I was focusing on what was below. None of the imagery was very vivid in detail but it was certainly there. The refrigerator in the kitchen kicked in which startled me out of my focus. Once I was back in again my neighbour was home and could hear her slamming the door in the house next door. After that I had to stop as there were too many distractions. Something I need to work on by being able to ignore the outside distractions.Sounds like you guys are making progress with MJ's son. That's great!
Quote from: T-Man on April 29, 2019, 02:28:36Lumaza,Thanks for adding the link to the video you came across. It was helpful with another explanation of how the technique works. I will keep working on this as it is very simple to do.
Quote from: T-Man on May 04, 2019, 17:41:37I have been using this simple technique for a few evenings now. The other night I was in my usual recliner chair with foot rest extended outwards. I had my sleep mask on and my headphones on just to help keep unwanted distractions from breaking my focus. I was doing well when out of the blue I felt the motion very quickly as I was using my feet to close the recliner chair...then I realized this was all in the NP. I was back in the physical now and my body was still in the reclined and relaxed position with feet outstretched. It sure didn't take long to slip my consciousness from physical to NP. Other evenings I have tried and didn't seem able to get anywhere. Will keep working at it.