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Last week, I was intimidated by the sensation technique. I could do each step individually, but each step was difficult, and the full technique was overwhelming.
This week, I fixed that.
First, I simplified. Instead of doing the technique on others, I did it on myself, which lets me skip half the steps. The idea is, get good at that half of the technique first, then work on the other half later.
Also, instead of producing sensations, I used a different energy signature to produce calm. Because that’s actually useful. And this morning, I used another signature to put myself into a focused state to write this post.
A few notes on using this technique to influence emotions:
- Remember the signature of your body and brain when you’re in the desired state.
- Mentally subtract your current state from that desired state, and produce energy in that delta signature.
- From there, it’s the standard technique: Move it down to nerve cells and up to aura, then into the paths from aura to mind. It has a profound effect.
I did this on myself several times to practice, then on a friend. The calm stayed with her for 8 hours, through the Pride parade in San Francisco. Since then, I’ve been using this to calm or focus myself every day or two.
This might sound like small progress. I could already do this, and I did it some more. But it’s useful now, and that’s an important threshold. Because when a technique solves an everyday problem, you use it every day.
I still have more to learn with this technique. Right now, I’m practicing getting the entire body — I can do it, but it takes focus. Later, I’ll learn signatures for other states, and for physical sensations. I’ll also need to learn to deliver it without physical contact, and see how that changes if I’m across the room, in a different room, or in a totally different location. But I can add those, one piece at a time, as I make this technique more flexible and useful. The hardest part is done.
What’s next? I’m not sure. I might continue focusing on this technique, or I might just use it as needed and instead focus on manifesting for a while. Then, when the sensation technique becomes easy, I’ll return to it and practice new techniques to make it more flexible.If you liked this post, consider visiting my current blog at mikesententia.com.