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We're made up of the physical, spiritual and emotional.
physical: that physical stuff
Emotions: are when we 'think'.
spiritual: The best and the clearest way is to say its the 'non thought' the gaps between the thinking. It's peaceful there, in those gaps.
The Trust Technique is a combination of both Healing and Communication.
In the healing part, we are creating a peaceful mind state which we are bringing the animal into.
The body is that physical stuff, the emotions are feelings and thinking. Spiritual are the non thoughts. The peaceful 'nothing'. No thoughts are being produced. We move the animal past the 'thinking' into the gaps of non thinking. peaceful.
10 is panicky.
down to level 4 is a relaxed animal.
2....eyes closed and opening...
0 ....trance-like state. Not sleeping as much as trance. The twitching and little sounds, is releasing, and that is HEALING.
You do have to stay non reactive to your own doubts to stay listening and able to hear your pet.
As example. Putting your attention on the horse, you ask yourself, 'how can I best describe how he is feeling physically?
(wrote a bunch of stuff saved it, then the computer went wonky and all is lost there) so moving on....
The communication is rather than focusing on the spot, you focus on the pet now...
It doesn't matter what part of the animal you look at. Could be their body, around their head or even just a paw, as long as your attention is on them.
The step 3 is possibly the most important part.
So, you are focused,
your mind is quiet,
you've moved your attention to them, and at that point I believe on a subconscious level, YOU HAVE ALL THE INFORMATION ABOUT THEM.
So, the step 3 is asking, 'How can you best describe the feeling.'
And so you ask yourself, 'How can I best describe this feeling?'
At the beginning you might not be aware of any feeling at all. That does not mean that its not there. It's jus that you are not aware of it yet.
So when you first ask this question, you might not get a response.
Now 2 things can happen at this point.
1) You can keep your attention with the animal.
2) Or your attention comes back into you. The reason it will come back into you, is you are doubting...
If you are asking, how can I best describe this feeling? And nothing comes up straight away, it would be very easy for you to go, 'Oh it's not working, what's James talking about, I can't do this!"
Guess what? Your attention will have moved from the animal and it will be right back into your own mind creating your own feelings through doubt. So yes, you won't be connecting, you won't be communicating as in picking up feelings.
So how do you keep your attention with the animal, bypassing all your doubts?
Simple. When you ask yourself how can I best describe this feeling, if nothing comes up, then the next question you ask yourself is: 'Hmmm, this is a sensitive feeling. How can I best describe it? And you keep asking yourself that question.
What this does is it keeps your attention with the animal. Rather than it coming back into you.
This step 3 will give you an initial feeling. And its that you can ask questions on to go further and into more detail.
Once you have the overall feeling of the animal, its very easy to get more details, by asking, hmmm, how can I best describe that feeling, physically? How can I best describe that feeling as their character? How can I best describe that feeling as the relationship that the human and the animal are sharing?
Can you see how this works?
You've connected to the feeling or the essence of the animal, and all that information has come to you on a subconscious level.
Your next step would be, how can I best describe that feeling and then we go into more detail.
That opens up the pathway so you can take and extract that specific information as your communication.
I find this particularly useful within a session. I do start with picking up the humans feelings first, by asking them, 'this situation you have with your animal, how does it make you feel?
And of course you've listened to the tutorials that will track that feeling often all the way back to somebody's childhood.
We call this exercise, TAKING RESPONSIBILITY.
Again, where are my notes from the last section ??!?!? :-(
OK here is a good exercise:
Find your animal when it is already relaxed.
You then quiet your mind down, and get into the present moment so that you bring them into the trust technique so you're quieting their mind down.
Step 1: Mind has to be quieter, than the feeling you are going to deliver. Because you're right up next to them, they are aware of you and you have their attention.
So everything we do with the TT is quieting the animal so that you can deliver a certain feeling. And of course the TT itself, peace of mind, is a feeling. Just that it's a peaceful one so it's very healing.
The feeling that I believe is most appropriate for you to understand this
It's not a specific one like the example I just shared with you about the pony. Once you can see that they're quiet, relaxed and sleepy, then you can deliver a feeling.
The feeling that I believe is most appropriate for you to understand this ...
I would like you to say this, not out loud but in your mind, 'I LOVE YOU.' With as much feeling as you can. After you've said it and really felt it because that's right around your chest area and that's a lovely warm feeling,
Get present again. This will give you the experience, of what your animals pick up on. Already their minds quiet,