Mental Training Workgroup

 The Shock

 

Procedure for the Handling of Shocks (With Comments)

Procedure for the Handling of Shocks (Short Version)

Recommendations and Hints for Successful Mental Training

Sudden Low Blow -- How to Deal with the Shock of Another -- Prevention is Better than Healing!

 

If you take another look at the graphics with the two spiritual beings, you will find that they both are occupying a space which is in a comfortable way bigger than their body. They are not only located in the head - they surround and permeate the body and are much bigger than it. Some people attain this ability after a certain amount of training in dynamic presence (we have a course for this in our program); others are naturally capable of it.

Let us assume that we are dealing with a couple who is living together already for some time and always got along well. For quite some time it is not the great love anymore, but they can cooperate, and life is more or less pleasurable. They have made plans to move into a bigger apartment together, they have booked a vacation for the next summer, and for the future they might even think of a baby.

 Sudden Blow

Then on one evening he comes home, and without any warning he tells his girlfriend that he is meeting another girl since two months already, that she is pregnant now and he has decided to marry her.

This hits his partner like a lightning. The man whom she trusted and with whom she has planned her future suddenly turns out to be a lier (he didn't tell her anything for two months) and traitor. Her plans for the future are crumbled within a second. Her life is shattered to pieces. In one moment all was good - in the next instant, without any time for transition, all has come to a halt.

She is devastated. She has a shock.

For the spiritual being the space he is occupying collapses in such a moment, and this so fast and unexpected that he has no time to get prepared or to react in any way. In this space there existed a carefully balanced structure of thoughts, images and energy flows. All that tumbles into the vacuum now which has been left by the instant shrinking of the beings' space. (This by the way is the origin of the idiom "The whole world is falling down on me".)

This process can be visualized like this:

After that, the spiritual being is reduced to a small fraction of his former "size", he feels numb and "struck dead" by the collapse of his "universe", and for quite a while he will not be able to react in a reasonable way.

From the shock there remains a mental mass (solidified life energy - see also the chapter about mental masses), which is being experienced as an unpleasant pressure or "burden". Many conditions of tiredness or spiritual absence, for which no medical explanation can be found (like an influenza infection or similar), are caused by mental masses. As schools and parents normally cannot explain these circumstances, it is often difficult to recognize such influences when you are just about to start with your mental training.

 

 How to Deal with the Shock of Another

If you observe such a catastrophy in your environment (it can also be a less severe incident, like for instance to be shouted at by the boss), don't make the mistake to try to resolve the shock immediately afterwards with the following procedure.

At the moment where it happens, this is not possible. The spiritual being doesn't have enough free life energy to deal with the events. Only after a time where the chaos of the collapsing life has settled down and the spiritual being has recovered from the immediate shock, will he have enough strength to view what has happened - with your help -, and to re-gain the life energy from it which has been encapsulated during the moment where the shock happened.

 

 Prevention is Better than Healing!

Of course it is possible to build up the spiritual strength with the right mental training in such a way, that a similar incident maybe causes only a regretting "Sorry!" one year later. But this training would have to be done during "peace times", and not when all is upside down.

A certain amount of free energy must be available for the process of re-gaining "encapsulated" energies from past incidents. A person who is not doing well - physically or spiritually -, should not try to do mental training. It is possible to help them with light techniques to come over the difficult period, and to thoroughly work it through at a later time.

Please use the following list of questions and directions to resolve a shock (refer to the "Recommendations" again before you start). It is possible to work through these questions alone - but nearly always better to work with a partner.

Between the questions of the following procedure you find comments which are printed in italics. These explanations are valid for all procedures which are described in this booklet, but we will not repeat them always in full length. Read back to the shock-procedure, if you work with other procedures and have forgotten what a certain question means (many questions are used in several procedures).

The procedure for the handling of shocks you will find twice in the booklet - once with and once without the comments, so that later, when you know all these things by heart already, you are not slowed down by the comments.

 

 

 Procedure for the Handling of Shocks (with Comments)

by John Mace (based on works of Alan C. Walter)

Comments by Heidrun Beer

Ask your partner for an unwanted occurrence, (bad news, upset, loss or whatever), then indicate it must have been a shock and then do the following:

1. "Close your eyes please. Locate EXACTLY where you were when it occurred."

This gets your partner fully into it.

2. "Where did it impinge on you? (where did you feel it?)"

Depending upon the magnitude of the shock, the mental mass of the shock can be bigger than the client or on a part of their body.

3. Acknowledge and say, "Keep your attention on that".

4. Unless your training partner has given you a dimension in question 2, ask, "How big is it?"

With that you mean the force that has impinged on him, and the impression which has remained, or the mental mass. You are asking for the actual dimensions in space.

An answer which would help your partner would be "as big as the house", or "10 feet in diameter" - of course it can be smaller or bigger too -, but not "huge", "terrible", "gigantic", or another answer which doesn't precisely describe a size.

5. "What is its weight?"

Your training partner will learn after a while to feel the weight of the shock quite exactly - it can have a weight of several tons or only a few grams.

6. "What is its colour?"

The colour of a mental mass is often described as white or yellow or light grey. Some masses are of a deep black or at least very dark. But they can have any other colour too. These colours are being observed with the "inner eye". Don't wait for your training partner to see them physically!

7. "What emotions are frozen into that mass?"

All possible human emotions can occur wildly mixed - fear, terror, rage, despair, hate etc., everything which your training partner has experienced during the shock.

As the spiritual being has contracted in panic, these emotions have not flown out in a natural way, as they would do normally. By exactly looking at them again these emotions are being called into life again, and in the safe environment of the session they can flow off completely.

8. "What decision did you make? "

Repetitive question - there can be more than one decision! Ask the question again until the person doesn't see any new answers.

In moments of upset and trauma a person invariably makes a decision or decisions and these are always of negative content. They must be located and viewed because they are major precepts.

These life rules have been formulated in a hurry, without clear reasoning and under the impression of the shock. They most probably have unreasonable consequences.

9. "What is in that mass that must not happen?"

Make sure they really look to get an answer.

ATTENTION: Your training partner must work against the resistance of the "overburdening protection" in his mind here, which tells him that this experience is too dangerous to even look at it!

The mind is a machine - it doesn't understand that it is possible to train the ability to endure emotional pain. Help your training partner to overcome this resistance, by encouraging him in a friendly but firm way to face up to the matter.

10. "What were your dreams and aspirations in the area before the shock?"

As he answers this question, your training partner touches the life plans and visions again from which he has pulled himself back in the panic of the shock.

11. "How big as a being did you feel when you had those dreams and aspirations?"

As he answers this question, your training partner begins to expand again into the space which he had occupied as a spiritual being, before the shock occurred.

12. "How big did you feel after the shock?"

This question allows your training partner to realize how much he has contracted under the influence of the shock. This loss of size and spiritual reach is one of the most important negative factors for him as a spiritual being.

The deliberate re-creation of this shrinking process puts him back in command of his spiritual reach. If this procedure is being used a lot for a certain period of time, there also develops a natural awareness of one's spiritual reach, and it cannot be disturbed so easily by others anymore.

13. "Put all your attention on the mass, permeate it, fully experience it, until it disappears."

The natural energy of a spiritual being can dissolve mental masses and make them disappear. With that, the life energy which has been "frozen" into these masses becomes available again, and is usually being felt as an "energy rush" after such a training session.

When you are doing this, it is important to look closely with the "inner eyes". The better you are viewing the structure, colour, dimension and composition of a mass, the easier it will dissolve.

Sometimes it is necessary to ask for the duration of a mass. This is the size in the dimension of time. (See also the "Procedure for the Resolution of a Mental Mass".)

Theoretically this should get them back to how they felt before the shock, but other life events may have intervened.

If the mass does not fully go, return to question 3. If it has shifted, ask "Where is it?" and use Mass Handling, not Shock Handling.

When the mental mass has gone, have your partner open their eyes. I always say, "When you are ready, open your eyes".

14. "What are the consequences of the decision you made?" (Referring to question 8 here.)

Get all the consequences.

Repetitive question: It is possible that you have to ask this question several times, until your training partner is certain that he cannot see any more consequences.

Then:

Referring to question 9, go through the routine of explaining that to resist something, to stop it happening, you have to keep creating it, because the mind cannot think in negatives. For a new training partner you need to do this fully by telling them "Do NOT think of an elephant!" (or some such) ...

With that you demonstrate the method that is used by the mind in order to prevent or to stop something. The image is first being created, and then labelled "negative". The mind first creates the image of a plane crash or car accident, and then adds a "Forbidden!" or "Prevent that!" label to it.

15. "Close your eyes please. Go back to the moment of shock... " (Said with intention) "...and look around."

With intention means here: with emphasis.

16. "How do you feel about that incident now?"

If your partner does not have very good indicators on this, check for another mental mass and re-handle with MASS Handling, not shock handling, because you do not know for sure the source of the new mass.

With good indicators is meant that the situation has resolved and there are no more negative feelings.

 

 

 Procedure for the Handling of Shocks (Short Version)

by John Mace (based on works of Alan C. Walter)

Ask your partner for an unwanted occurrence, (bad news, upset, loss or whatever), then indicate it must have been a shock and then do the following:

1. "Close your eyes please. Locate EXACTLY where you were when it occurred."

This gets your partner fully into it.

2. "Where did it impinge on you? (where did you feel it?)"

Depending upon the magnitude of the shock, the mental mass of the shock can be bigger than the client or on a part of their body.

3. Acknowledge and say, "Keep your attention on that".

4. Unless your training partner has given you a dimension in question 2, ask, "How big is it?"

5. "What is its weight?"

6. "What is its colour?"

7. "What emotions are frozen into that mass?"

8. "What decision did you make? " (Repetitive question!)

In moments of upset and trauma a person invariably makes a decision or decisions and these are always of negative content. They must be located and viewed because they are major precepts.

9. "What is in that mass that must not happen?"

Make sure they really look to get an answer.

10. "What were your dreams and aspirations in the area before the shock?"

11. "How big as a being did you feel when you had those dreams and aspirations?"

12. "How big did you feel after the shock?"

13. "Put all your attention on the mass, permeate it, fully experience it, until it disappears."

Theoretically this should get them back to how they felt before the shock, but other life events may have intervened.

If the mass does not fully go, return to question 3. If it has shifted, ask "Where is it?" and use Mass Handling, not Shock Handling.

When the mental mass has gone, have your partner open their eyes. I always say, "When you are ready, open your eyes".

14. "What are the consequences of the decision you made?" (Referring to question 8 here.)

Get all the consequences. Then:

Referring to question 9, go through the routine of explaining that to resist something, to stop it happening, you have to keep creating it, because the mind cannot think in negatives. For a new training partner you need to do this fully by telling them "Do NOT think of an elephant!" (or some such) ...

15. "Close your eyes please. Go back to the moment of shock... " (Said with intention) "...and look around."

16. "How do you feel about that incident now?"

If your partner does not have very good indicators on this, check for another mental mass and re-handle with MASS Handling, not shock handling, because you do not know for sure the source of the new mass.

 

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