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#212 From: "scottrver"
Date: Mon Jul 22, 2002 11:45 pm
Subject: sleep and ERV scottrver
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>My problem with
>ERV stuff is that working alone, I end up sleeping
>instead of viewing, LOL!
That sounds experiential enough to post. I have to do ERV while
sitting in my office chair (not reclined) or I fall asleep. There are
some sessions where I'm nodding off - sometimes when I snap back, I'll
even have data.
Moderator's note: now ya see, I've made some people nervous about what
is 'experiential enough' for the list... sorry. Anyway, in response, up
until many years ago, I could never sleep sitting up. Ever. I never
feared driving while tired, for that reason. Now, I could sleep STANDING
I think, in the middle of a highway if necessary. In fact I'm amazed
at my ability to sleep anywhere at all if I happen to feel like it. So
it's a lot more difficult for me now, to do ERV-type sessions without
snoring; "holding the focus" is more difficult for me than it used to
be, but perhaps a lot of this is just lack of practice for a long time.
Funny note: The Freeflow Focus 12 hemi-sync CD from TMI has a "beacon
guidepost" sort of lighthouse type sound on it, that is supposed to
bring you back to paying attention to what the hell you are supposed to
be doing. It usually works nicely for me when used with a meditation or
session. Except the other day, I worked the beacon guidepost RIGHT
into my dream. She was a beautiful woman. lol! :-) -- PJ