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Cybernetic Transposition Multimedia Learning Program Bonus #1

Dialoguing

Effectively Consciously Communicating With Your Unconscious Mind

Includes the Color Process and the Tune-Up Process

by Stuart A. Lichtman

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The Conscious, Subconscious and Unconscious Minds

To successfully manage your Unconscious requires that you have effective two way communication with it. Very few people have developed that skill. That's why learning to effectively communicate with your Unconscious Mind is the subject of this Bonus. Here are a couple important definitions. Imagine a great big circle. What's within that circle represents your Unconscious Mind (and what's outside represents everything else including the collective Unconscious, the sprit realm and the God realm).

Within that big circle, imagine a very small circle defined by fairly thick line. What's within that very small circle represents your Conscious Mind. The fairly thick line that divides your Conscious Mind from your Unconscious represents your Subconscious Mind. The Subconscious Mind contains what's on the edge of conscious awareness. Just one more definition. There is a constant massive stream of communication from your Unconscious Mind, across your Subconscious Mind into your Conscious Mind. I call this the Stream of Consciousness. Normally, we are consciously aware of a only a tiny aspect of the Stream of Consciousness. But hallucinogenic drugs, such as LSD, can make one consciously aware of much more of the Stream of Consciousness. Some people who tried LSD couldn't handle that and went mad, literally and irretrievably. Normally, self-supporting Unconscious habit patterns protect us from becoming consciously aware of too many aspects of this Stream of Consciousness but hallucinogenics can overwhelm those protections.

DIALOGUING One way of thinking of the Stream of Consciousness is as a massive river. Imagine that as you are standing on one bank of this river, you see many logs and bits of flotsam floating past you. Obviously, you can't simultaneously comprehend very much of that flow. But if you focus on one log, carefully inspecting it, you can see great detail. While you do that, your awareness of the rest of what's floating on the river and the river itself becomes a blur. Similarly, if you consciously focus on one thing in the Stream of Consciousness, you become increasingly aware of that one thing. This happens because the very act of consciously focusing on something sends feedback to your Unconscious that what you're focusing on is of conscious interest to you. Your Unconscious responds by sending more about that something into your Conscious Mind via the Stream of Consciousness.

Consciously Dialoguing with Your Unconscious

Everything that enters your conscious mind comes from your Unconscious. Any thoughts, images, sounds or other awarenesses that enter your conscious mind, thus, come from your unconscious. Thus, when you ask a question of your unconscious, whatever immediately pops into your conscious mind is the answer. Your conscious job is to grab ahold of and document that answer, even if it seems to be a blank or a hazy awareness. Then, via the Color Process and/or the Tune-Up Process, you will be able to turn any less than fully clear and understandable communication from your Unconscious into a fully clear and understandable one.

Turning a Blank or a Hazy Communication from Your Unconscious into a Clear and Understandable Communication via the Color and Tune-Up Processes

Always assume that when, via your Inner Anchor Point, you ask your Unconscious a question or ask it to do something, it will instantly respond. Instantly! If you have not yet performed the Locating Your Inner Anchor Point Process (which is covered in the next Segment of the Cybernetic Transposition Multimedia Learning Program), ask via your Heart Chakra - the center of your chest ­ until you have completed locating your Inner Anchor Point.

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DIALOGUING In either case, if you don't perceive the response, it's because the response isn't properly formatted, as required to consciously understand it. This is because your Unconscious hasn't yet learned how to properly format these types of communications so they are consciously clear and understandable. In summary, doing the Color Process that I describe below is the first step in resolving a communication from your unconscious that comes across as a blank or a hazy awareness into a clear and understandable one. The second step is to do a Tune-Up Process.

The Color Process

Did you know that a headache is very often a communication from your unconscious, one that almost no one knows how to consciously understand? Well, it is. Thus, a rather reliable way of "curing" many headaches is by getting the communication via the Color Process. Try this the next time you have a headache. Focus on the headache and imagine it has a color. Determine what that is and record it on paper. Then imagine that the headache has a physical volume and determine how much water it would take to fill it. Record what that is. Next imagine that the headache has a temperature that you can estimate and record that temperature in degrees Fahrenheit or Centigrade. Record what that is. Finally, imagine that the headache is making a sound and record what that is. Repeatedly do this process until the headache disappears. Normally, this requires 3 to 5 cycles and, in the process for example, the color goes from red or black to clear, the liquid volume goes to zero, the temperature goes from high to low and the sound goes from an agonizing or complaining one to a gentle and soothing one or none at all. And when you reach that point, you'll usually find that your headache has disappeared. In that process, you're doing two things that make the Color Process work. First, in order to imagine the color, volume, temperature and sound of the headache, you must intensely focus on your experience of the headache for some time. In the process, you very effectively Frame the headache, indicating clearly to your Unconscious what is of interest to you.

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DIALOGUING In other words, you're consciously separating your headache from everything else in your conscious awareness. However, there is one more important aspect of the Color Process that I haven't yet described and it is really key. The headache was a message from your Unconscious to your Conscious Mind. Think of it as the ringer on your telephone. When your phone rings, it will continue ringing until either you answer it or your voicemail system does. In similar fashion, when you actually consciously receive the message from your Unconscious, the headache stops. Of course, the ringing tone is not the message just as the headache is not the message. You can usually greatly benefit by actually getting the message that your Unconscious is trying to send to your Conscious Mind when it gives you a headache. That's usually pretty easy to do once you have repeatedly Framed the headache sufficiently so that your Unconscious dissolves it. Just focus on your Inner Anchor Point (or, if you have not yet located your Inner Anchor Point, your Heart Chakra - the center of your chest and silently say to your Unconscious, "What is the message that you were sending me when you sent the headache?" The answer will usually immediately pop into your Conscious Mind. Record that answer on paper and then, in similar fashion, ask your Unconscious, "Is what I wrote down the message you sent?" If the answer is, "yes," your conscious job is to consider and, if appropriate, act on that message. If the answer is, "no" or "maybe," ask your Unconscious to give you the real message, record it and check whether that's what it sent. Usually one or two times through this cycle will get you the real message. Congratulations. If you did what I suggested, you have just consciously Dialogued with your Unconscious. Getting back to the Color Process, it really works. No kidding! For example, the other day I accompanied Gloria, my wife, to the local BMW dealership because her lease had expired and she had to decide whether to buy her car out of the lease or to lease a new one. After helping Gloria to Frame what she liked about her favorite car of all time, a yellow Mercedes 450SL convertible that she owned some years ago, my job was done.

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DIALOGUING When we arrived at the BMW dealer, I gave her space to explore the available cars with one of the salesmen, a knowledgeable and courteous Russian fellow named Pavel. I didn't want to influence her choice because, being a "car nut," a former sports car racer, I have strong opinions about cars. While waiting, I saw a couple of middle aged female sales people sitting outside. So, with nothing else to do, I walked up and said, "Hi. Beautiful day but a little warm isn't it?" One of them answered, "It's hot and I have a terrible headache. I wish I had some Advil but I don't." I replied, "I don't have any either but would you like to try something a little nutty that will probably resolve your headache?" Somewhat timorously, she said, "Yeeeessssss." So I led her through the "Color Process" a few times. In three minutes, no more headache and her Unconscious had told her to drink two glasses of water.

A Little More About the Color Process

As you try to imagine the headache's color, your Unconscious responds by sending you information about the color. As you focus on that color sufficiently to name it and translate that name into written form, you are sending more information to your Unconscious about what you're focusing on and it replies with the desired information. Implicitly you had previously been sending to your Unconscious the message, "I don't like or want this headache." So when you effectively Frame your headache in visual (color), kinesthetic (liquid volume and temperature) and auditory (sound it makes) ways, you very effectively tell your Unconscious what you didn't like or want. And, since your Unconscious always wants the best for you, it probably responded by eliminating the headache.

The Tune-Up Process

If the Communications from your unconscious to your conscious mind are not adequately clear and concrete, it is because your unconscious has not yet learned how to format its Communications to your conscious mind in a way that makes them clear and concrete. Thus, it is your conscious job to give your unconscious feedback that will guide it to formatting its Communications to your conscious mind in ways that makes them clear and understandable to your conscious mind.

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DIALOGUING You can most effectively do that via the Tune-Up Process Here how the Tune-Up Process works: 1. Rate the clarity and concreteness of your Communication using the 1 to 10 scale defined above, where a 10 is what you need. 2. If your rating is less than a 10, record the Communication. 3. Review what you just wrote about the Communication. Then record how your experience of the Communication would have to be changed to bring them to a 10. For example, you might have written down the Communication, "An idea." Say that your rating of the clarity and understandability of that is a 4. I need to know what idea, what it's about, how it is relevant in order for me to rate it a 10 in clarity and understandability. 4. Read your rating that you just wrote (step 3 above) into your Inner Anchor Point. Next read into your Inner Anchor Point how that experience would have to be changed to become a 10 and ask your Unconscious to make those changes "so that I know what idea, what it's about, how it is relevant, doing so in ways that are for the highest good of me and of all concerned." Then take a deep breath and blow out, hard. In other words ask your Unconscious, via your Inner Anchor Point, to change your experience of your Communication by saying, into your Inner Anchor Point, "Please change my experience of your Communication. Please do that in ways that are for the highest good of me and of all concerned." 5. Take a deep breath and repeat steps 3-5 until your rating is at least an 8. I've never encountered anyone who was unable to Tune-Up their awareness of their Communication to at least an 8 in three cycles if they were able to initially Frame a starting point ­ unless they were encountering another Blocker.

The Detailed Steps

Here are the detailed steps involved in resolving a blank or a hazy awareness into a clear and understandable response.

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DIALOGUING 1. Record exactly what popped into your Conscious Mind immediately after you asked the question of your Unconscious. If that is a fully clear and understandable communication, your Dialoguing has been successful. If, however clear and understandable that communication is, it is not what you would consider the full or complete answer you require, continue to Dialogue with your Unconscious until it is. If the communication seems to be a blank (or nothing) or just some hazy awareness, perform the Color Process to bring the communication to a somewhat clear and understandable form. Then perform a Tune-Up Process until the communication is fully clear and understandable. These latter two steps are described below. 2. If what you got seems to be a blank or a hazy awareness, do the Color Process on that blank or hazy awareness. That is, frame and record the color of the blank, the liquid volume of the blank, the temperature of the blank and the sound the blank makes. In each case, record what you get. Of course, all of this is imaginary so guess at the answer if you need to. Repeat this Color Process until you get at least a modestly clear and understandable communication. When you do, rate its clarity and understandability on a 1 to 10 scale where 10 equals very clear and consciously understandable. Then proceed to step 3. For example, what if Andrea got a blank when seeking her first memory? Let's assume that she followed the instructions, focused on her blank and wrote down its color (dark gray), liquid volume (2 gallons), temperature (112 degrees Fahrenheit) and sound (an annoying whining). She again asked for the answer and this time, she got a brighter blank with something going on but it was still too hazy to figure out. So she did the Color Process again and, upon completion, she was aware of the general outline of an answer but she rated it only a 4 in clarity and completeness. If you don't get a blank but, rather a communication that is less than a 10 in clarity and understandability, also proceed to 3.

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DIALOGUING 3. Do a Tune-Up Process. Tell your Unconscious what you recorded in steps 1 (if at least initially modestly clear and understandable) or the final step in 2 (if initially a blank or a hazy awareness), your rating of clarity and understandability and your written description of the communication. Andrea rated the clarity and understandability of the communication as a 4 after she clarified it via the Color Process. Then she thought about how it would have to be changed to become a 10 on the same scale and recorded what she got. She wrote, "Need to understand the specifics of the answer. Need to understand how to proceed." Then she told her Unconscious what she had gotten by silently reading her rating and what had to be changed into her Inner Anchor Point. 4. Ask your Unconscious, via your Inner Anchor Point, to give you a 10-level experience of the communication in terms of clarity and concreteness, invoking the Insurance Statement. Record what you get. She immediately said, "Please change my awareness of the communication I just described and please do so in ways that are for the highest good of me and of all concerned." She took a deep breath and imagined that what she had read into her Inner Anchor Point and her instruction becoming a part of her. 5. Repeat 3 and 4 until your rating of clarity and understandability is a 10. Andrea immediately took a deep breath, forcefully exhaled her breath and observed the communication. Now it was much clearer but still only a 7. So she recorded what she now knew about the communication and repeated steps 3 and 4. Now the clarity and understandability were a 10.

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Please print this form and fill it out by hand with pencil or pen. Name _____________________________________ Date: ___________

1. What is the specific question that you want your unconscious to answer?

2. What is answer that immediately popped into your conscious mind? (If a blank or hazy awareness, describe those as best you quickly can.)

IF THE ANSWER IS VERY CLEAR AND UNDERSTANDABLE, YOUR DIALOGUING PROCESS HAS BEEN EFFECTIVE. IF, HOWEVER, IT IS YET COMPLETE, CONTINUE THE DIALOGUING UNTIL YOU FEEL IT IS. IF THE ANSWER IS EITHER A BLANK OR IS A HAZY AWARENESS, PERFORM THE COLOR PROCESS USING THE FORM STARTING ON THE NEXT PAGE. IF THE ANSWER YOU ORIGINALLY RECEIVED OR AFTER PERFORMING THE COLOR PROCESS IS LESS THAN FULLY CLEAR AND UNDERSTANDABLE, THEN PERFORM THE TUNE-UP PROCESS USING THE FORM STARTING ON PAGE 12.

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COLOR PROCESS

C1. Imagine that the Blank or Hazy Awareness has a COLOR. Record it.

C2. Imagine that the Blank or Hazy Awareness has a LIQUID VOLUME. Record it.

C3. Imagine that the Blank or Hazy Awareness has a TEMPERATURE in degrees Fahrenheit or Centigrade. Record it.

C4. Imagine that the Blank or Hazy Awareness is making a SOUND. Record it.

FOCUS ON YOUR INNER ANCHOR POINT (OR INNER ANCHOR POINT IF YOU HAVEN'T YET LOCATED YOUR INNER ANCHOR POINT) AND SAY, "YOU GAVE ME YOUR ANSWERS AS A (INSERT C1 COLOR) COLORED BLANK THAT HAS AN LIQUID VOLUME OF (INSERT C2 VOLUME), A TEMPERATURE OF (INSERT C3 TEMPERATURE) AND MAKES A (INSERT C4 SOUND) SOUND. PLEASE GIVE ME THIS ANSWER IS WORDS THAT I CLEARLY UNDERSTAND . PLEASE DO THIS IN WAYS THAT ARE FOR THE HIGHEST GOOD OF ME AND OF ALL CONCERNED."

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DIALOGUING C5. What answer popped into your conscious mind immediately upon asking this your unconscious to clarify its answer?

C6. Imagine that the Blank or Hazy Awareness has a COLOR. Record it.

C7. Imagine that the Blank or Hazy Awareness has a LIQUID VOLUME. Record it.

C8. Imagine that the Blank or Hazy Awareness has a TEMPERATURE in degrees Fahrenheit or Centigrade. Record it.

C9. Imagine that the Blank or Hazy Awareness is making a SOUND. Record it.

C10. What answer popped into your conscious mind immediately upon asking this your unconscious to clarify its answer?

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TUNE-UP PROCESS

TU1a. What answer popped into your conscious mind immediately upon asking this question of your unconscious?

TU1b. Rate the CLARITY AND UNDERSTANDABILITY of that answer using a 1 to 10 scale where 10 equals very clear and understandable. If your rating is less than a 10, record how that answer must be changed to bring it to a 10. Rating: If that rating is less than a 10, how must the format of the answer be changed to make it a 10 in clarity and understandability?

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TU2a. What answer popped into your conscious mind immediately upon asking this question of your unconscious?

TU2b. Rate the CLARITY AND UNDERSTANDABILITY of that answer using a 1 to 10 scale where 10 equals very clear and understandable. If your rating is less than a 10, record how that answer must be changed to bring it to a 10. Rating: If that rating is less than a 10, how must the format of the answer be changed to make it a 10 in clarity and understandability?

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TU3a. What answer popped into your conscious mind immediately upon asking this question of your unconscious?

TU3b. Rate the CLARITY AND UNDERSTANDABILITY of that answer using a 1 to 10 scale where 10 equals very clear and understandable. If your rating is less than a 10, record how that answer must be changed to bring it to a 10. Rating: If that rating is less than a 10, how must the format of the answer be changed to make it a 10 in clarity and understandability?

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