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A unique feature of one-on-one lessons is that there is no need to teach theories that it is unnecessary for the student to know when he is first starting out with the practice. For example, until a student is able to get results using the indirect method, he doesn’t need to know anything besides how to get motivated, how to apply out-of-body experience, and how to employ the indirect method itself. Deepening and maintaining should be added in as soon as he is able to enter out-of-body experience either using the indirect method, by becoming conscious while dreaming, or spontaneously. As soon as he is good at the indirect method, you may introduce the direct method. You can gradually create a professional practitioner out of anyone in this way.

Day 1:

Module No. 1: Introduction: General theory and motivation

Module No. 2: The indirect method

Day 2 (to be repeated until the first indirect phase entry)

Module No. 11: Analysis

Module No. 2: The indirect method

Module No. 10: Practical applications

Day 3 (upon the first phase entries)

Module No. 11: Analysis

Module No. 6: Deepening the state

Module No. 7: Maintaining the state

Day 4 (upon the first phase entries)

Module No. 11: Analysis

Module No. 8: Primary skills

Module No. 9: Translocation and finding objects

Day 5 (upon stable use of the indirect method)

Module No. 11: Analysis

Module No. 4: Becoming conscious while dreaming

Day 7 (upon stable use of the indirect method)

Module No. 11: Analysis

Module No. 3: The direct method

Day 8 (to be repeated until the first direct phase entry)

Module No. 11: Analysis

Module No. 3 The direct method

Module No. 10: Practical applications

Day 9 (upon mastery of the direct method)

Module No. 11: Analysis

As-needed modules

etc.

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