Author Topic: March 29 '18 Session Win with Level Two  (Read 15 times)

Karalee (formerly Colleen)

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March 29 '18 Session Win with Level Two
« on: March 29, 2018, 11:46:54 am »
Hello Trommers

There has been a nagging childhood incident that was very occluded and very complicated with all kinds of sticky postulates; at the same time a later set of scenes/incidents kept popping up and they were not occluded.
My Trom twin and I decided it easier to work on the later incident, and that turned out to be a good idea.

In the later scene there was fixation on the tiled floor. and so Level Two completely took away the fixation on it and revealed some past incidents that helped to create this fixation, and amazingly the whole scene started to vanish - to lose its importance and all that remained to timebreak in that incident were the prime postulate and its pan-determined postulate. 

In past attempts to timebreak this incident it dragged on and on with lots of stress and emotions - until I decided to timebreak the tiled floor.  Why did it take me so long to do that?  Because I thought all the importance must be on the other person in the scene and was not following where my mind was really going.

Repeater Tech (repeating the postulate and its opposer over and over again until there is no more change) was used, with some good results.  Will go at it again in next session.

The best timebreaking imho is when the postulates finally reveal themselves to be worked on... the sooner the better :-)

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