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am 6 results so far. Next steps
11-26-2017, 04:27 PM (This post was last modified: 11-26-2017 04:29 PM by Life.)
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RE: am 6 results so far. Next steps
Too many Alpha men in here
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11-26-2017, 09:53 PM
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RE: am 6 results so far. Next steps
Try to alternate AM with ASC.
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11-27-2017, 12:15 PM
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RE: am 6 results so far. Next steps
(11-26-2017 04:00 PM)XyzN Wrote:  Did you say you only listen to US track?

Try Trickling Stream maybe next time around. I find T.S. easier to listen to since you don't have to worry about volume adjusting. Being a lot more safer on headphones too.

Okay, will give it a try on my next session. After taking a break..
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11-27-2017, 12:16 PM
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RE: am 6 results so far. Next steps
(11-26-2017 09:53 PM)Voytek Wrote:  Try to alternate AM with ASC.


Alternate how? Like every other day? Or Week?

Thanks
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02-24-2018, 05:15 AM
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RE: am 6 results so far. Next steps
Okay SO I'm going to be taking the whole of February off, and the next step is to do ASC for 32 days take a month off and do am6, or just get back to am6.

Eventual goal would be to have a Don Draper aura
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03-06-2018, 01:11 AM (This post was last modified: 03-06-2018 01:55 AM by Nationwide.)
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RE: am 6 results so far. Next steps
I ran AM6 only once, and that was a few years ago. I had tremendous results, and still experience breakthroughs from time to time. You will too, but it may take a while. It does for some people.

The biggest barrier to your success is you, so the best advice I can offer based on my experience is this: get out of the way and let the sub do its job. Don’t overthink the process. Don’t lust for results. Don’t try and make things happen. Instead, become a dispassionate observer. Follow the instructions and watch intently for the changes while living your life. Remember, you’re dealing with your subconscious mind; don’t let your conscious mind steal the show...which it attempt to do continuously. Just let go and let it flow.

Just my two cents. I wish you the best of luck.

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03-06-2018, 11:19 AM (This post was last modified: 03-06-2018 11:40 AM by XyzN.)
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RE: am 6 results so far. Next steps
(03-06-2018 01:11 AM)Nationwide Wrote:  get out of the way and let the sub do its job. Don’t overthink the process. Don’t lust for results. Don’t try and make things happen. Instead, become a dispassionate observer.

I try and follow this advice as well, but I want to touch on the gray area what is considered "letting the sub do its job & going out of your way"

for instance,
A.)"I should go out of my comfort zone, apply for a better job as that's what AM6 would want me to do, even though I really don't want to."
B.)"I'd rather not apply for a better job right now, as it's very stressful to think about and just let the sub do its work, I'll get there eventually feeling more comfortable"

If my interpretation of 'let go and let it flow" is not to worry about stressing over applying for new jobs, meeting new people, going to school, then I should sit back more, relax, let AM6 do its job to make me eventually 'flow' into these uncomfortable things. But I would need to make conscious strong decisions at points. What do I want to do for a living, is one that everyone does. I was hoping AM6 would help me here this time around, but 3 runs later and I still am not sure what I want to do. I'll have to take the time and sit down at some point and really think about it.

I had many feelings like this over my third current run. Actually my third run of AM6 is where I am my worst out of the three runs I've done. I've had many thoughts of doing things outside my house, but I kept telling myself to just let AM6 work and I'll eventually find myself going out without a second thought, but I constantly sit at home fighting over second guessing myself over opportunities that arise. My previous runs were not much like this at all, I was much more charismatic, outgoing, and assertive.

yes I agree with your point. I just wanted to share my experience as of late from someone who is pretty bad at self motivation.
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03-07-2018, 12:13 AM (This post was last modified: 03-07-2018 12:14 AM by Nationwide.)
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RE: am 6 results so far. Next steps
(03-06-2018 11:19 AM)XyzN Wrote:  
(03-06-2018 01:11 AM)Nationwide Wrote:  get out of the way and let the sub do its job. Don’t overthink the process. Don’t lust for results. Don’t try and make things happen. Instead, become a dispassionate observer.

I try and follow this advice as well, but I want to touch on the gray area what is considered "letting the sub do its job & going out of your way"

for instance,
A.)"I should go out of my comfort zone, apply for a better job as that's what AM6 would want me to do, even though I really don't want to."
B.)"I'd rather not apply for a better job right now, as it's very stressful to think about and just let the sub do its work, I'll get there eventually feeling more comfortable"

If my interpretation of 'let go and let it flow" is not to worry about stressing over applying for new jobs, meeting new people, going to school, then I should sit back more, relax, let AM6 do its job to make me eventually 'flow' into these uncomfortable things. But I would need to make conscious strong decisions at points. What do I want to do for a living, is one that everyone does. I was hoping AM6 would help me here this time around, but 3 runs later and I still am not sure what I want to do. I'll have to take the time and sit down at some point and really think about it.

I had many feelings like this over my third current run. Actually my third run of AM6 is where I am my worst out of the three runs I've done. I've had many thoughts of doing things outside my house, but I kept telling myself to just let AM6 work and I'll eventually find myself going out without a second thought, but I constantly sit at home fighting over second guessing myself over opportunities that arise. My previous runs were not much like this at all, I was much more charismatic, outgoing, and assertive.

yes I agree with your point. I just wanted to share my experience as of late from someone who is pretty bad at self motivation.

I understand what you’re saying, and it makes wonder if I’m an isolated case. AM6 hit me hard and I experienced a lot of weirdness during the process, but the most noteworthy shifts in my nature didn’t become obvious during the process; they started manifesting several months after completion. In retrospect, it was as though the instructions loaded into my brain needed Time to incubate before manifestation could fully occur. Maybe it would be like that for you too.

Just something to ponder.

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