Yesterday I described how I have informally tracked my 20 Daily Minutes of Technique Time, Tops. In Part Two of this series, here come some general comments about how to do an informal kind of tracking. To be followed by the stats!
An easy way to manage Daily Technique Time
To keep that daily time to just 20 Minutes, working out the daily schedule in advance helps a lot. For several days in a row, do the same routine.
- Maybe 20 minutes in the morning every work day in a row, contrasting with 20 minutes after supper on weekends.
- Or every single day for a week, the same routine, e.g., 10 minutes in the morning and 10 at night.
- Such as 5 minutes in the morning and 15 in the evening.
- Just add it up to 20, tops! That’s the only trick to it.
If your professional work time must include Technique Time, figure out how little of that time you can do and still manage to do an excellent job.
It helps enormously to be very clear about what Technique Time is.
It is time when you position consciousness away from human frequencies and into astral, subconscious, energetic experiences.
With that clarity, it can become quite easy to stay reasonably human-based. Even Rose Rosetree has learned how to avoid slip-sliding into shifts of awareness, encouraging drift-away once there is a choice.