Lesson Plan

When to Perform Analyses Regardless of the instructional format, the beginning of every lesson besides the first should usually be devoted to analyzing attempts and teaching the students how to do so.

The Analysis Procedure Analyzing indirect-method attempts always takes the most time. Start off from the following procedure to facilitate the search for mistakes made during both successful and unsuccessful attempts (separation upon awakening is understood to have occurred but has been left out so that the uninterrupted sequence remains intact):

1. Attempt

2. Technique successful (start of out-of-body experience)

3. Separation

4. Deepening

5. Plan of action

6. Maintaining

7. Secondary separation from the body

This procedure is different for the direct method:

1. Lapses in consciousness

2. Lapse in consciousness of the necessary depth (start of out-of-body experience)

3. Separation

4. Deepening

5. Plan of action

6. Maintaining

7. Secondary separation from the body

The procedure for the dream-consciousness method is as follows:

1. Creating desire

2. Falling asleep

3. Becoming conscious while in a dream (start of out-of-body experience)

4. Deepening

5. Plan of action

6. Maintaining

7. Secondary separation from the body

You can easily find mistakes by using these sequences. For example, if some technique started working with the indirect method, then there’s no reason to look to the techniques for the reason behind a lack of success, as the next item on the list is separation. That’s where your problem is if a technique upon awakening worked, but out-of-body experience did not come. Simple things like this will be clearer to the group if you display a visual of the procedure at the beginning of each post-experience "debriefing".

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