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Colleen

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Some Notes While Mastering Level Two
« on: February 24, 2014, 11:50:39 pm »
Level Two was difficult because I continuously under-rated the importance of doing RI until no more change.  And so Level 2 never quite got off the ground because RI was under-done.

Doing RI so much more now that even during my Grade 2 session (Overts and Withholds) my needle was floating throughout the session and was sitting at the Female Clear reading.  I attribute this to doing a complete job of RI like I never did before.

The second thing I corrected is thinking I had to do anything else other than compare sims & diffs between objects and people, past and present, and simply dispatch the scene and find another one.  Leave the heavy duty work for Levels 4 and 5.  Keep Sedona Method separate  (i.e., "Could you let go of ...?").

Thank you, Cory, for creating this forum.
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Re: Some Notes While Mastering Level Two
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2014, 03:31:06 am »
Your welcome. I think it benefits everyone and is so much more organized. For me level 2 is boring but that may be continued to upscale.

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Re: Some Notes While Mastering Level Two
« Reply #2 on: February 25, 2014, 09:49:42 am »
Good to see you are willing to bust through the boredom.   In Dianetics sometimes the PC would get bored and not want to continue -- coming up the scale and we had to encourage him to continue until he got to cheerful at least.

Also Sedona Method teaches one to release on emotional states, including boredom.   I will put more about Sedona Method in another section of the forum because it does help one address some junior packages.

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Re: Some Notes While Mastering Level Two
« Reply #3 on: May 23, 2014, 01:36:35 pm »
When I give myself a Level 2 session my mind can take me away from the object or person I decided to work on and go all over the place, which may be somehow related but in order to pull myself back to the work on the object or person I constantly have to sort of wake up from the distraction which seems so important and remind myself of the work that I am doing and acknowledge that all that distraction was simply "CHANGE OCCURRING".   It really is that simple, but it is also an effort to keep it that simple.

Now, on the other hand cognitions and realizations are to be noted and can be written down in the Level 2 journal one keeps, but still, even with heady realizations, one must continue through until the scene is timebroken.   Then it is end of session, or one can do some RI and continue to do another scene.

Dennis said it was fun and it really is a lot of fun.   But still I must have decision power that is greater than my mind in order to keep this up as a routine everyday exercise.
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Re: Some Notes While Mastering Level Two
« Reply #4 on: June 14, 2014, 11:47:27 pm »
2 level picture)

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Re: Some Notes While Mastering Level Two
« Reply #5 on: June 14, 2014, 11:54:55 pm »
Thank you   :)
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Re: Some Notes While Mastering Level Two
« Reply #6 on: July 27, 2014, 04:07:00 am »
Nice picture Xnes! Im happy others are making pictures too. As they say a picture says thousands of words.