Hi! I thought it might be useful to have a thread dedicated to each other’s insights with the course. It’s something so wonderful but new, it seems there would be much benefit in sharing our mutual findings
I’ll start with mine. Some of these are mentioned in the course (but worth repeating IMO), some may seem obvious (but also worth repeating haha) and some has been the result of conversations I have had with others who do Freedom/Journey To The Light, but also in the Telegram group (for those that first bought the course). My intent was to give credit but I don’t really know at this point what’s what, so just know that much of this is the culmination of a group effort hahaha. I probably forgot some stuff, will add it if I remember anything
SUGGESTIONS AND MISCELLANEOUS OBSERVATIONS
Just a reminder upon starting the course to collapse resistance to the course/Light Collapser (and also to fields!). I also found that I needed to re-do it every once in a while. Da resistance! She is sneeeaky!
For those new to the course, going through the entire course before starting is worth doing. I didn’t at first and when I did I noticed that things mentioned later down the road clarified my thoughts, but it also gave me a better idea of the scope of what I was heading towards.
The field is VERY responsive to intent. Words don’t really matter. As one must, of course I tried with swearwords but also gestures (like the pew pew! gun fingers I mentioned in my testimonial) and it all works! Experimenting with that has been a great way to have fun and keep things fresh. There is also no need to say activate. Just intending it does the trick.
Releasing all (or at least most) resistance to a goal before working on it makes for a much smoother ride. I learned this the hard way a few times. Productive, but unpleasant. Which is obvious in hindsight but I hadn’t seen.
While all components of the course have been tremendously useful, I want to give a special mention to the ILL meditation. On days where I don’t do it, there is a HUGE difference. Falling asleep while being in that state has had astounding effects on my daily life. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED 6/5 would buy again
When something is confused or the next thing to work on doesn’t come up, etc., word association has been a lot of fun with the field activated. Some words have more bite and collapsing them and their offspring leads to much progress.
There seems to be levels to the I. A bit like observing can get really meta during meditation (the observer observing the observer observe which can feel a bit like Russian dolls) the I seems to have strata. Like higher octaves of the same note. So not because I feel a shift in state means it’s the end state.
Unsurprisingly, Plasma Light works amazingly well when focusing on goals/manifestations. @Reform mentioned that he used Torsion, hopefully he’ll want to expand on that
Something that helped me is to make a list of things to release in order of importance. As a result of collapsing/releasing, things can pop out left and right and it’s possible to lose sight of the main goals. Something pops up, I evaluate where it goes on the list, add it and forget it for the time being.
To make sure that I don’t use the course as a crutch but rather a tool to integrate, I work on releasing/collapsing without the field. I do keep it near most of the time for its passive work, but I make a point of not having it with me at times.
BASIC LIFE LESSONS WITH THE COURSE
These have been doubly important with this process (and again, some are mentioned in the course but worth repeating):
- being mindful
- accepting where I am at while striving to evolve
- releasing judgments (with a special emphasis on progress and how things “should” feel)
- trusting the process
- focusing on results
- having fun!!
When hitting a big block I could get really frustrated at times and become dogged about seeing progress. The latter would have been fine but for the fact that I was putting my focus on the problems rather than the solutions. I’d judge myself for not going faster, not experiencing things like I thought I should (or as I felt was described in the course), which lead to falling back into old traps like confusion and powerlessness. Which, of course, slowed progress.
Or conveyed simply, I’d be like this:
During such times, going through that list has been very helpful to remember I have solutions. Some of the times that I assumed I was stuck or even going backwards actually turned out to be very productive.
The reason I added “while striving to evolve” at #2 is that sometimes accepting where I am at became complacency. Using a mentality of “maybe I’m simply not able to do that right now and I have to respect it” to set an attitude of limitation and give up on certain issues.
One thing I mentioned in another thread is the importance to question with an open mind (as opposed to second guessing) and trusting intuition (as opposed to assuming). Which brings me to releasing judgments. For example: because I don’t feel the emotions while going through The Scale of Emotions, initially I thought it wasn’t working. By paying attention I was able to feel other things that could be monitored for progress and had to remember to focus on results. Do I have progress? Yes. Then IT DOESN’T MATTER At the same time, it’s been important to keep an open mind about it and not assume that I won’t ever feel them. So back to #1 and the need for mindfulness so I can observe myself and not assume. Either that I’m stuck or that I’m further than I actually am because my ego needs validation.
I noticed that the course is doing something amazing, it is changing how I think in my daily life. Most notable are these three things that have such a profound impact on how I view life and that I wish to fully integrate:
putting aside the why, how and when to focus on progress. Indulging in these questions for fun but not to the detriment of evolution (thanks to @Jonathan for making me realise the importance of this!),
getting to the I and maintaining it,
remembering that I am always a pew-pew! away from releasing the undesired. There are no problems, only potential releasing. Which is a great excuse to use this meme again!
When feeling a lot of “brain pressure” that makes it hard to think or focus, the Save States don’t seem to work, and/or not feeling anything when collapsing, might be worthwhile to try grounding. If you are already doing grounding as part of your playlist I’d recommend moar grounding! With the course I have found grounding activities (as opposed to only grounding fields) especially beneficial because it takes me out of my head. As part of grounding activities, pets have been tremendous. It’s the perfect mix of not being in the mind while immersed in love that hits a sweet spot for me.
I’d suggest to add overwhelm to the list of things to collapse. I have greatly increased my capacity for fields this way. But sometimes it pops up again and it’s not high on my list so I do grounding and release when I get there.
TAKING A BREAK
As part of being dogged, sometimes I just didn’t let myself breathe and it stopped being fun. I have found it really useful at times to take a step back and only release on the spot with the field for a while (great time to practice releasing without the field too). Sometimes, this lead to epiphanies that were very useful but also allowed I get back to it with a playful attitude.
Whenever I notice frustration or judgments creeping back in and I have trouble getting centered, I go do something else (especially something manual and/or creative). I wait until I feel a pull to go back, which so far is never long.
It’s a bit like spending a lot of time with a best friend: you love that fucker to bits, you have fun and it helps you grow but at one point you just need some space, you know?
I was hesitant to add this because I don’t want to create the expectation that it will happen. If you’re not sure what I mean by stumbling, just skip this part as these may not be the droids you are looking for :P
But if anyone goes through this, I figured they might find benefit in reading that it’s ok but more importantly that the (sometimes irritating) phrase “this too shall pass” is especially true with this course
A tendency that is easy to have, especially when in a lower state that may be the impetus to find the course, is to want for a new solution to be a miracle that will remove all problems without any resistance. And because of that, we can set ourselves up for disappointment and big time frustration. With this course, especially with having incredible improvements so fast, at times I was very intolerant of resistance (internal and external). Going from states of lightness and bliss to back in the trenches of perceived suffering was tough. That’s how I came up with the list above, as a going back to the basics to center myself. Eventually, I got to a place where I knew I could trust the process but also trust myself and it’s been so much easier since!
If you are going through one of these phases, I just want to assure you that this system does work. I have been on the wellness road for a quite a while and this is one of the very few tools I have encountered that provides consistent notable results. But sometimes it’s important to take a breath, remember to be gentle with ourselves and go back to the basics!
My PM box is always open, if you need someone to talk to, feel free to touch base :)
Looking forward to reading other’s insights :D