And there is a trick to handling fear . . . don't just run "fear" as an item, that is, just "fear" all by itself . . . though one can if that is all one can get hold of . . . but the real deal is that what will really result in the big, big gains is to run the process (Exp/Create) on "the fear of (perceived item/condition)" . . . . that is, what one needs to handle is the fear of that particular thing, not a generality of fear feeeling that is smeared all over the universe with no particular or definite thing you are in fear of being addressed.Thus, when I collide with any fear, the first thing I do is to articulate exactly what it is that one is in fear of . . . I ask the question: "what is this a fear of?" or "This is a fear of what?" Get the item and run it as above.R
Looking closer at Roger's post it occurred to me that in a similar vein nearly any mood could be run this way by expressing the specific of the mood so I've been asking what my moods apply to with excellent results. As examples . . . hatred toward, from, over, under, about, of (pick your preposition) and add your specific item. Ditto for moods of rage, anger, grief, apathy, etc.)The benefit of this is that you will be following a specific chain and not accessing all millions of reasons a general mood may be or may have been experienced or created. That is (and I quote Roger from our private correspondence) "handling the specific chain of, say, hatred of power, would be a huge win versus just running "hatred" and triggering everything in sight to be left incomplete." Moods are always about something or have an object (even if they are so heavy that the something is unknown). In the latter case, just go out and take a walk and do some objectives on the environment to pull yourself out of it.
Dan, it was actually a win on a win. I realized today what a precious connection with you all i have here and in a Skype call with christian we really got so blown away just talking about it. I must be some lucky son of a luke Love you guys Rado