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7/12 GAT Members have approved of this to be shifted to the Tips & Tricks section. One more approval is needed to reach the 60%. Should it reach 8/12 by the end of this week (ending next Monday), it will be shifted accordingly along with the other 9 guide submissions stickied for this week.

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Approved for tips and tricks.

"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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Approved to be moved to Tips and Tricks.

 

It's just a bit of symbolism for relaxation and focusing. Most people end up developing or learning a method for such purposes when interacting with their tulpa, either naturally or by some such guide.

Personally, I tend to avoid symbolism aside from that which comes naturally to me - instead I found focusing on my breathing, or senses or sense of self - to work just as well for getting relaxed or focused on the task at hand - not unlike this:

 

For those who think symbolism is pretty gay in and of itself, there's always Pranayama. Breathing control, i have found, has pretty cool effects on the mind.

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10/12 GAT members have approved of this for Tips & Tricks, which is way over the approval percentage requirement. Will be shifted accordingly by the end of the deadline (12-23-2013) either through the GAT manager (waffles) or vice-manager (Linkzelda).

 

If my tally is inaccurate in any way, please inform me GAT members.

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Quit reading my mind!

 

I know the symbolism is stupid, but it seems to work, maybe because of the way you focus. I heard somewhere that soldiers are taught to focus on a hurt part of their body to maintain control longer so a medic can reach them, this is probably related to that.

 

As a military medic I can confirm that this is practiced and does work.

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