Weena - Thank you, you're very kind. You're an easy student to play with. I love to have fun and get people to see the humorous side of life so that we release our fear and can dive even deeper. Plus it's fun! I'll work on my French.
Yes - stay with the basics of the script, but feel free to add any details so that you can go deeper. Anything that initiates a multi-sensory experience will help you to experience the Records that way. Doing any form of meditation between 3-6am is great because most people in our immediate area are so asleep that there's less interference from their conflicted thoughts/feelings - plus the ether tide is higher at that time.
When we initially go into the Records, it has the dream-like quality of the pre-conscious state, so it's easy to feel like we're making things up. The whole experience can feel unusual, especially if we're very logical, and it can be easy to either negate our experience or get distracted instead of staying focused with our questions. Some people describe accessing the Records like visiting heaven. It can have a very ethereal quality to it. The energetically alert and focused yet deeply relaxed state is important - so doing the preparation and deepening techniques till you can feel your energy shifting is vitally important. If you don't have your chi built-up it is easier to fall asleep during the meditation script. And the overwhelming feeling that you're looking for once you're doing the meditation script is gratitude and reverence.
Be clear about your questions, witness your experience and keep going. After awhile, the experience will become more 'solid', leaving you with a grounded yet highly energetic, plugged-in feeling - giving you more trust in your experience. You also might feel like your consciousness is in a larger energetic body and not just your physical body. Some people describe it as though they are "taking up the whole room".
Using a 'stream of consciousness' attitude will help you to bypass the mental chatter that usually gets in our way (i.e. "Am I making this up?", "Do I have the right to see this?"). In fact, it is the stream of consciousness perspective that is dominant when we become self-realized. Simply witness whatever your experience is and say it out loud when it's happening - this will help drive the process deeper.
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