33 – Sources And Other Advanced Mechancis

CHAPTER 33

SOURCES AND OTHER ADVANCED MECHANICS

Now we are going to look a bit more at the creation of reality and other mechanics of existence.

33.1 Spotting Sources

Pick a condition or situation that you are interested in and run the following alternately:

a) spot something that might be a source for ___

b) spot something that is probably not a source for ___

Then pick another condition or situation and repeat.

Continue running this on various conditions and situations until you have a major realization.

33.2 Sources in General

Run alternately. Continue to a change in perception.

a) spot a source

b) notice something about it

c) spot a no-source

d) notice something about it

33.3 Cause

Do this in a crowded place. Continue to a change in awareness.

a) notice somebody

b) spot something that they are causing

c) spot something that they are not causing

33.4 Creation

Pick a small section of the wall or a small object and look at it. Then run the following on it, alternately:

a) get the idea that you are creating it

b) get the idea that others are creating it

c) get the idea that nobody is currently creating it

Repeat until you feel some increase in awareness.

Then pick another object or part of a wall and run this again.

Run this on a few more things. While doing so, see if you can increase the amount that you are creating it.

33.5 Isness

Run alternately:

a) What is

b) What isn’t

33.6 Reality

Take your time and hold each idea for a moment as you alternate these commands.

Pick a wall or a large object.

a) get the idea that it is there

b) get the idea that it is not there

c) hold both ideas simultaneously

33.7 Creating

Do this in a crowded place.

a) notice somebody

b) what are they mocking up

c) what are they not mocking up

33.8 Existence

a) what has to be part of your existence

b) what must not be part of your existence

Then run

a) what has to be part of another’s existence

b) what must not be part of another’s existence

33.9 Conditions

a) spot a persistent condition

b) what have you done about that

Then run

a) spot a condition that has persisted for another

b) what have they done about that

33.10 Beliefs

a) spot a deeply held belief

b) what have you done about that

33.11 Persistence

Walk around outside and run the following

a) spot something that you would permit to persist

b) spot something that you would permit to vanish

33.12 Words

Do the following for many words until there is no tendency

to have any force associated with words.

Think of a word that has force associated with it (such as hit, break, explode, etc.)

Alternately say the word and visualize the force (for example, say “hit” and visualize somebody hitting somebody) and then say the word and have nothing associated with it until the word does not have any automatic association of force.

Note that you are not trying to get rid of the meaning of the word, but only to remove any tendency to automatically create force in association with the word.

33.13 Significance

Have each of the walls (in rotation) tell you “This Means ___” and put different things in the blank such as “this means that you will turn green” or “this means that you are going to die”.

Put many different things in this, including nonsense and ridiculous ones as well as things that are commonly said in this fashion. You can use the same thing more than once but preferably not twice in a row.

33.14 Importances

Lie down and close your eyes. Exteriorize and look around

a large city.

a) spot something that is happening

b) decide that it is important

c) decide that it is unimportant

33.15 Present Time

Visualize an animal such as a dog. Have it start running around the earth. Intend that it will run that way in that direction forever.

Look into the future. See the dog there in the future continuing to run around.

Look at the mockup in the present again, seeing the dog run. Knowing full well that it is running in the future, none the less have it stop and turn around and run the other way.

Repeat this a number of times, using different animals for variety.

Continue this until you have no qualms about stopping something that you intended to have going on forever.

33.16

Do this one looking around with your eyes open inside of a room.

Look at a wall and visualize it as transparent, or create and empty space where the wall is.

Look through the wall at what is on the other side.

Do this with a number of different walls in a number of different rooms, spotting things on the other side.

Don’t worry too much about accuracy, and it is all right if the perceptions are vague, just do the best that you can until you have a good win.

33.17

Walk around on a crowded street.

Notice people, seeing them as they are.

Now see them all as naked, again looking around and noticing people.

Next see them as skeletons, seeing how the bones move around as they walk etc.

Finally, see them as projected illusions, created by beings who are not located in this space.

33.18

Do these with your eyes closed, seeing these things mentally. You can look at old pictures, or visualize things newly, or see actual reality.

33.18.1

a) think of someone that you liked

b) look at them and confront them

c) think of someone that you disliked or detested

d) look at them and confront them

33.18.2

a) think of someplace that you liked

b) look at it and confront it

c) think of someplace that you disliked or detested

d) look at it and confront it

33.18.3

a) think of an object that you liked

b) look at it and confront it

c) think of an object that you disliked or detested

d) look at it and confront it

33.18.4

a) think of an activity that you liked

b) look at it and confront it

c) think of an activity that you disliked or detested

d) look at it and confront it

33.18.5

a) think of a time that you liked

b) look at it and confront it

c) think of a time that you disliked or detested

d) look at it and confront it

33.19

Go outside and look at things, seeing them as if you were seeing them for the first time. Pretend that you have never seen them before and are seeing them for the first time.

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