This is the Virtual Reality Process, and I have some questions about it:


This Virtual Reality Process will be of the most value to you when your Emotional Set-Point is ranging somewhere between:
(1) Joy/Knowledge/Empowerment/Freedom/Love/Appreciation and
(8) Boredom

Virtual Reality is a process where you get to choose everything about this moment in time, just like a director in a movie would do. To begin this process, you would first decide: Where does this scene take place? Choose a location that feels really good to you. It could be a place that you may have visited, heard about, seen in a movie, or even imagined. Is it indoors or outdoors? What time of day is it? Is it morning, afternoon, or evening? Is the sun just coming up or going down? Is it broad daylight? What does the air feel like? What is the temperature? How are you dressed? Who else is there? Choose something that feels good to you. It does not matter if you are alone or with someone else, but it is important that if you choose to bring someone else into your Virtual Reality that it feels good to have them there. What kind of mood are you in? Are you laughing? Are you sitting and quietly contemplating? Once you have set the scene, you can imagine what you might say to each other. The purpose of this Virtual Reality Process is to cause you to activate vibrations within you that put you in the place of allowing your Well-Being. In your Virtual Reality, you can make it be precisely the way you want it to be.

Do not use this process to try to improve a specific existing situation, because in your attempt to fix something, you will bring the existing vibration into your Virtual Reality, and in doing so, you will lose the power of the Virtual Reality Process.

Esther once practiced this game of Virtual Reality while she was driving the big bus she and Jerry travel in. She discovered that it worked best for her to get into the scene quickly, bring herself to a place of really feeling good, and then get out. If she stayed too long, she would get too practical and try to reform people or fix things. But when she would just decide where the good-feeling place was going to be by picking something that made her heart sing...deciding who else was going to be there, identifying what kind of mood they would be in, and then just speaking a few words of dialogue—and getting out—it felt wonderful.

Now my questions:

Is this a sort of 'daydreaming'? I am good at daydreaming, but I am not sure I can get out of there when it starts feeling good. I just want to stay longer. How do I make myself to get out when it feels so good staying?

Will this Process improve my vibrations or it can also help me get into the Vortex?

Why can't I use it when I am feeling bad, to help me feel better?

All inputs will be welcome!


asked 24 Nov '10, 12:27

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edited 24 Nov '10, 13:18

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Barry Allen ♦♦

I've done this most of my life for escape and relaxation. I think of it as daydreaming. The thing is when it starts feeling good you naturally want to get out because otherwise it'll get boring as you start getting into different details. This is something you have to try for yourself repeatedly until you learn when to get out while it still feels good. I believe this process helped me improve my vibration because it satisfied a need, say feeling good, which otherwise I wouldn't have experienced without it at that moment. And I did use it to make me feel better but not just. So I would highly recommend it based on tried and true experience.

Thank you, namaste


answered 24 Nov '10, 13:09

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Thank you, daniele. I'll try it!

(28 Nov '10, 13:36) BridgetJones09

Hi Bridget, I think if all of us would day dream more often we would feel so much better. But what we have done is accepted the manifestations that exist around us as our reality when in fact what we see exists with little conscious effort. That is why it is so important now for us to dream a different reality.


answered 24 Nov '10, 15:52

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