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[Visualization] Blindfold Trick
#21
I vote for this one to go into the tips/tricks section. I think it is obvious why (see title.)

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#22
I like this, I'll try this later to see if i can finally get to visualizing. Approved for Tips & Tricks.
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#23
EDIT: 7/12 GAT Members approved of this to be shifted to Tips & Tricks, will wait for other members to make their votes.
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#24
tips/tricks is fine
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#25
8/12 GAT members (excluding OP) have approved of this submission to be shifted to Tips & Tricks, which covers the 60% requirement.
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#26
It's great to see that SOME positive purpose has been found for the tragedies of all who were tested. ^^ I'm definetly going to try this out.
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#27
Approved for tips and tricks as there isn't enough material for me to consider this a guide. I like it though.
"Assert the supremacy of your Imaginal acts over facts and put all things in subjection to them... Nothing can take it from but your failure to persist in imagining the ideal realized."

-Neville Goddard
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#28
I just bought some ear plugs and I already own a sleeping mask, but their one problem, I can hear my breathing even with ear plugs.
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#29
Your own breathing should be fine, just think of it as you breathing in your wonderland body
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#30
I tried that and Joanna, my pillow tulpa, still hasn't appeared as how I truly picture her, as a beautiful young woman. What am I doing wrong? Does it take time and practice?
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