By the PUA Hypnotists. Symbols include colors, music, words, shapes…even objects like a flag or a cross. The American flag for instance is anchored to the Star-spangled ban- ner, baseball games and times spent as a child, family bonding, and of course patriotism. A pow- erful symbol has anchored to it very powerful feelings, and even the unconscious collective emo- tions of the species. So where does the fractionation come in? Secret Garden in her mind.
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Everyone has an internal world. This internal world is where we keep all the perceptual filters that we use to process our external experience. And we have doors that can be unlocked if we know how to get there. For example, everyone has a roadmap to happiness.
Happiness is an emotion. It is something that is experienced in the moment. The roadmap is what we are interested in.
In other words, we are interested in the process of getting to a certain state. We define the roadmap to a past experience by accessing memories. We define the roadmap to future experience by accessing the imagination. The right answers always start with the right questions. State elicitation is just a matter of defining a state then having your partner define and describe their experience of it. You then selectively ask questions that cause them to further describe their experience of it.
All of the questions cause them to define their internal state at the time they were experiencing their past memory. They have stepped into the experience of it. They have become associated. One key to elicitation is that when you elicit a state and link it to a body sensation, you make it real in the moment. The emotional mind and the physical mind only experience the moment.
Just think about when you were experiencing an intensely strong emotion. You were fully associated into the moment. Nothing else mattered. Your logical mind was on hold. Think about the last time you felt intense pain. Where did you feel it? Nothing else existed for that moment. Now think about the last orgasm you had. Did it come on gradually or all of a sudden, was it intense and earth shaking or was it slow and sensual? In that brief moment of release you were fully associated and nothing else existed for that moment.
We feel emotions in our body. Our emotions and our bodies are inherently linked. And so when you take a body sensation and have someone imagine and describe what it would feel like in the future, or have someone imagine a describe what it would feel like in the future, or have someone remember what it felt like in the past, you are indirectly creating EMOTION in the present. Past experience if elicited and described causes the person to go inside do a transderivational search to search out their experience and in the process; they find their own roadmap for how to get there.
The same thing is true if you elicit and have someone describe imagined body sensations. When you name it, you make it real—when you describe it, you bring it to life. The more they describe it, the more they feel it. Synesthesia is how our unconscious experiences much of our internal reality. It is our sensory filters that separate out our experience in order to make sense of things.
Body Sensations are often linked to colors, Emotions can be linked to kinesthetic body sensations. Given that your unconscious speaks in the language of symbols, emotions can be linked to colors, and body sensations follow suit as well. In fact, if directed your unconscious will find a symbol for anything you wish. In this way, you can communicate directly with the unconscious minds of others as well as with your own unconscious mind.
Now comes the fun part. Fractionation is a method that brings someone in and out of a state rapidly. There are several ways of doing this. You are in effect—to their unconscious, taking the emotional state away from them and giving it back too them. And each time you do this, they go in deeper and deeper into the experience of the state and body sensation.
You do this by having your partner take a deep breath IN as you put the symbol into them,. Notice now how I can move it right here to your chest, and as you take a deep breath and breathe out, I can take it out of your chest… and how you can take a deep breath in as I put this energy back inside you, you can feel all these feelings even more intensely. Move the energy through their body, amplify it by making it brighter, larger and more intense—then fractionate again. Notice that is step in the process is also when you have the chance to touch them.
Remember to start in non-obtrusive places like the hands and backs of the arms first. If they keep their eyes closed, you know that you can be relatively safe in proceeding forward and on with your touch. You can use this to calibrate with your touch. If they open their eyes, slow down with your touch—they just need to go deeper. Use this moment to take the energy out of them and have them visualize the energy in your hand.
Then as you put it back inside them say,. But there are more direct ways of doing this. You can manipulate the symbol to take it outside of your partner and place it within you—you can then guide the energy to your hands and touch them everywhere that you intend the energy to go.
You may way to re-read the section on touch so you know how to escalate your touch in a way that is non-jarring and smooth. Another method is through visualization—where you have the energy cycle back and forth through your bodies.
There is a similar theme in Tantra where the chi energy is cycled back and forth between two people as you hold each other in a body-to-body embrace. This method may elicit deep feelings of connection and has even brought people to tears. Another method is soul gazing. This is where you connect the left eye to left eye with your partner and visualize the energy cycling back and forth between the both of you.
This can be combined with the full body embrace and time with the breathing in and out of the energy. This is where you elicit a place of complete ecstasy and safety and you place yourself within that place. Of course you place yourself within this bubble along with your partner as you both visualize the cycling of energies of ecstasy between the two of you. This creates the feedback loop again that you are linked to safety, pleasure, and comfort while anything outside of you is linked to pain, fear, and danger.
Again—use with caution. Many times, they will be so aroused and in state that the mere suggestion of touching you will lead directly to sex. First of all, WHY elicit trauma? After all, when someone is able to open up and share their deepest fears and most painful experiences—if done the right way, the connection between you will be viewed as deeper and more meaningful.
She describes walking into a barn and hearing the crying of the lambs—as they were being slaughtered…and then silence. Hence the name of the film. Be supportive be open and caring.
As they describe their experience, they may cry or get tearful. Be ready for that. You are counseling them as a friend. Fractionate it —make it bigger and smaller, brighter and darker, take it in and out of their body.
Touch them where the feeling is and move it out of their body. Use this technique carefully and responsibly —most of all, use this at your OWN risk…. A new sexual identity is created several ways. This is where you presuppose that you are interacting with a NEW person—the new person with the new sexual identity.
The second way that you elicit a new sexual identity is through conditioning. After several sessions, you will have had your partner both CREATE a new sexual identity or discovered what was in them already AND unconsciously incorporated yourself as a part of this new identity.
Keep in mind that this method can be used not just for a Sexual Identity, but for any Identity work. With knowledge comes power. It is in your best interest to NOT use this material unless you want to create an obsessed stalker. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. Join or Log Into Facebook. Email or Phone. Forgot account?
Sign Up. December 29, at PM Public. So how do we find the roadmap—how do we define the process? Turn it into a symbol This is where you have them close their eyes. If this feeling were a color, what would it be?
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