Passing through the wall of ice
Im my articles during the previous 15 months I said enough about Neutralization (Integration is perhaps better term in English) of Primordial Polarities (PP). I also said a couple of words about what happens after the Neutralization of PP. Namely, for a short period of time one enters into so called Great Space. In it one becomes huge, omnipresent or limitless, in Union with everything. It is Non-dual consciousness. But after the first moment of that Non-dualness, the very threshold of Great Space seems to be the crossroad to the parallel realities or parallel worlds, where relations are quite different and hard to compare with what exists in our MEST (universe of Matter, Energy, Space and Time).
I also said that only a few of my associates succeeded entering Great Space. But now, after many months of PEAT research I am able to say: There is a simple, easy and quick way of entering the Great Space for every diligent practitioner. There are three means for that:
1. Unpolluted language we use in processing;
2. Using metaphors as doors or corridors for entering the Great Space and
3. PEAT Technology.
Why such a fancy term as “The wall of ice”? The reason is simple. Metaphors are frozen structures in individual’s subjective universe; they are frozen rivers of information and once we melt that ice, a lot of precious and hidden information come to the field of our consciousness. From much of NLP researh we know that we process everything that is said to us, trying to duplicate it. When a processor uses “polluted language”, as they mostly do, he/she forces his/her map of the world to the client. For example, in well known Spiritual process we use the comand “Go to the beginning of that incident…What do you see?”
Well, some clients don’t see (at least at some periods of their lives), but they hear or feel. In such case the client’s true experience has been ignored. When one gets such a command, one has to go through “a translation process” to reorient to the processor’s presuppositions, his school of thought, or his system. Thus therapy goes to the direction of the Processor’s map of the world. As Abraham Maslow said: “If you only have a hammer, you will see everywhere only nails.”
Contrary to this, unpolluted language must leave the greatest possible freedom for movements of client’s mind and the same time elucidate his/her mehaphors. When during a process a client says “I’m empty…”, “I’m stuck…” or “There is nothing…” we now know that there is rich and valuable information in emptiness, stuckness and nothingness. Such metaphors are frozen corridors to the new universes behind them. They make the wall of ice which we are now able to melt and pass through to the new dimensions of freedom. It seems to be an exciting new game.