Author Topic: A question about Rob's psy time experiments  (Read 298 times)

Offline Marianna

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Hi everyone! In Early Sessions book 2 Rob Butts gives his notes of psychological time experience. He gives dates, and then describes what he saw/heard/felt.
Thank God he mentions that in the beginning he usually gives himself suggestions that his body is 'very light'. He often mentions a 'tingling sensation' in such cases. It's clear. I tried it too.

But. After that he often says something about "going further' or reaching a 'desired state'. I could not find any hints of this 'further' or desired state. Could you?

Still lighter body? Or something different?

Thanks a lot. I appreciate your help.

Offline Deb

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I just wanted to let you know I've not forgotten this—I just need to look into this "desired state" stuff, it's mentioned in a few places but I haven't had time to read it all yet. I'll be back...

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Thanks, Deb, no rush!

Offline Renato

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Maybe he is referring to one of those mental states that Seth speaks about in Seth Speaks ( :o), like A-1, A-2, B-1 etc.

Offline Marianna

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Yeah, Renato, it was the only sane idea I had - Jane mentioned A-1-2 for her writing class, I thought it might be it. Not that I really know, how to 'get there'.


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