The Mentorship Program
Preparation for the Sessions
Create a New
me a pure heart."
Preparing for Session 2
47-80 of the pink book and imagine how you will conduct the group.
background information about the use of a guided self-hypnosis script for
tuning into the intuitive imagination, click
the "guided self-hypnosis" like getting absorbed in a bedtime
story, like watching a movie and taking it for real. The story puts the
listener in a very good mood, to enhance receptivity for inspiration.
you've listened to it yourself in advance, you can comment upon what you
learned about how to make best use of the experience.
We often have heros and heroines, and ask ourselves what that person would
do or say in a situation, which is what the session is about... we imagine
what it is like for them and that awakens that within us... which is the
Intuitive Heart process, “How can I find you within me?”
What do you imagine Mother Teresa might say about... ?
Caution people not to let expectations for what “should” happen
interfere with the open possibilities for what might happen.
Explain that the induction tape is purposefully long and repetitive. That
repetitiveness can lead to mind wanderinga and loss of focus if the person
is relying totally on the narration to carry the effect. The repetitions
are meant to allow the person to practice using their own imagination to
create the mood setting.
You'll be setting up the "Dream Helper Ceremony" for the
You'll be asking people to do the dream interpretation exercise on pages
66-80. It is very helpful if you have practiced the exercise yourself with
a recent dream. That way, you can speak with confidence when you tell
them, "You may get bogged down in the interpretation exercise, I did
myself, but I stuck with it, and it really paid off!"
HINT: Work with a 50 word (max) version of the dream! Use simple, not
Remind people that if they do not have a dream, do the “In my
experience” exercise that morning, do some journal writing about the
lessons learned for self from the memory.
up on Session 2:
Give an example of someone who gained something of value from their
Give an example of someone who had difficulty with the process. How did
you handle it?
What suggestions did you make for people to continue their practice?