Congratulations dear students on your completing the fourth seminar last weekend.
With the exception of your learning the Fusion process in the next seminar, you now have been introduced to every one of the pieces that comprise the basic structure of the Resonance Repatterning system.
From now on you will continue to deepen your work and the possibilities will widen in June when you begin to include the perspectives of the chakras and meridian/five elements.
Here are some of the Questions and Answers that came up last weekend.
Question:” What happens if you get a whole list of items, like eight positive qualities and you muscle check that they are all “primary”?
Answer: When this happens, especially when you have a long list of negative statements, like in naming problems to be cleared, you can (mcs) if you can use a primary proxy. This means that one statement or quality, would stand in for all of the others that were muscle checked to be primary. Next, you would go down the list and (mcs) which would be the one that should be the primary proxy. When actually doing the *[ cr] (the resonance checking) you would state “this is the primary proxy” and you would write “pp” next to your * so you remember that this is so when rechecking the statements.
Question:” What if you are rushing and you don’t have time to write down a statement that you got”?
Answer: If you are just doing a quick, one-statement session for yourself with a modality to clear the resonance for the statement, if you don’t have time to write the one statement (the choice would be not doing any shifting versus not writing and making a shift) no problem. But, when you have more than one statement, and always when you are working with another person, everything must be written down in the first so that accurate rechecking of statements can confirm that the shift has occurred after the modality is completed.
We had a question in class about the proper technique for doing the modality called the temporal cranial contact, in the Modalities book. If you look at these two videos you will see that there are at least two distinct cranial sacral holds for the temporals.
One is called “The Fingers in Ears” and the other is named “Pulling the Ears”. Take a look at these videos by presenter JeanHurley on www. expertvillage.com
If you find that you need to use a temporal cranial contact, you can then muscle check which one of these is the one that you need.
In addition, I found on Google books, the book The Heart of Listening, written by Hugh Milne. I believe that Milne is directly affiliated with Dr. John Upledger, the osteopath who created CranialSacral Therapy.
In describing the “Temporal Three Finger Contact “ on p.126 in The Heart of Listening Milne notes that “there is no direct contact with the temporal bones”
On another subject, at the end of the seminar we further clarified the part of the earlier experience segment in most Repatternings that addresses generational patterns.
It is “(mcs) We need to know if the ( belief● feeling ● Underlying Need) is generational? (mcs) for the number of generations on the (mother’s ●father’s) side. (mcs) gen/specific > * [cr] with “ Cleared to (number) generations on my (mother’s ●father’s) side”.
We added the note that this is the negative belief, the negative feeling and the lack of the Underlying Need that needs to be cleared. The statement to be checked could then be “this negative belief or this negative feeling or the lack of this Underlying Need, is Cleared to (number) generations on my (mother’s ●father’s) side”.
I hope that this information helps you on your way to fluidity and that you have fun using your new tools!
Here are some questions/clarifications that I need info on:
Problems Into Opportunities:
*B(d): Rainbow book lists the second negative attitude as ‘victim’, Primary Patterns lists it as ‘helpless’. Are they the same? Is one better terminology than the other?
*C(h): I muscle-checked that 2 neurotransmitters were needed. Is it ok to put both on line?
*TUPS C(h) option b: I know we treated this section with Caution, but when practicing on myself I like to check what comes up for me. Am I supposed to make a statement. For example: (a) Sleep. Do we state “sleep”. or make a statement with it?
Intention For a New Possibility:
*B(a-d): I muscle-checked that I needed an Intention for each of these options. Is that ok or too much for one session? Is it best to list them separately? or is there some way to put them all on line together?
*D(a+): Do we have information on projections referenced in our books somewhere? I’d like to have more info about it.
*Appreciation Repatterning (PP page 204) E(a-c): Can you give more clarification on how this section should go. Do I need a statement for (a) or just use it to Identify the person in (b)? What kinds of things is (b) looking for when it asks How you want to be appreciated? We obviously need to write down what we’re told to repeat back to the client & then cr for hearing & integrating, right. How is option (c) different than option (b)? I’m a little confused.
*Earlier Experience Repatterning (TUPS page 76 E(3): I need more info on miasms again. It’s come up for me & I don’t know what I’m looking for. What do you do if you draw a complete blank when you’re doing a self-session and none of the options you mc are what’s needed?
Underlying Needs (Rainbow Bk):
*Categories 1- 5 have statements, but the ones we added-Categories 6 &7 do not. How should they be stated?
*Category 6 option 10. Spiritual Connection: Is that referring to connection to our essence or to the Divine?
*I’ve been working with my cat who’s having some trouble. When working with animals in the ‘Problems’/’Intentions’ sections, how do you gather information. I don’t always know exactly what the problem is or what his intention should be. Do I write down lots of options & muscle check? When working with a client’s pet-how would you muscle check? Do you use the pet owner’s arm for *cr or *mcs? ( I haven’t practiced on anyone else’s pet-just curious.)
Thanks Bunches! Can’t wait until June!