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The Beachhead procedure
Have everyone involved take a deep, rewarding stretch; slowly let down from that stretch into the "afterglow" of that stretch, settle into a deeply relaxing, comfortable position, let go 1-2 great slow satisfying sighs, and close eyes....
1. "We enter this experience together for the purpose of finding new products or services of possible value, which can be provided entirely from the resources we now have readily to hand. We don't have to figure out what we are going to invent, or plan ahead what it is we are going to see. We'll just sit back and let the subtler portions of our minds and brains show us. Let them show us whatever it is that they will show us. Let them surprise us with what they show us. All we do for now, once the experience is underway, is sit back, observe, and describe to our partner what it is that we are observing. Later, after we've described all that we've seen, we can try to make sense of what we've seen.—But for now we don't try to make sense of it, just see it and describe it and later maybe we'll figure out what it is that we've seen and described."

2. "The more that what you see in this experience is a surprise to you, the better the chances you are genuinely getting inputs from further reaches of mind and brain.—Reaches well beyond those where you do your conscious thinking. Those further reaches contain all the experiences and information which we've ever encountered, whether conscious or unconscious, from the very beginnings of our life. Since at any given moment only one in 100 of our incoming experiences is received consciously but we still have in memory all 100 awarenesses from each moment, each of us has an available data-base greater than that even of the greatest universities."

3. "And just as more and more formal information in the great universities and libraries is going on-line, available through computers, so also our own internal data-base is on-line, available through these inner visions. We describe in words, with our conscious minds and to our partner. Describing our inner imagery brings more of this internal data-base, and our subtler mental faculties, closer on-line with the part of the brain where we are mainly conscious from."

"In this learning phase of this experience, we still need some patience with these beginning steps of instruction, which used to be a lot longer. After we've been there, the return to any advanced world for inventing is a lot quicker than what we're doing this first time. It helps patience to breathe deeply, slowly, smoothly, and in a way that feels good. While we're starting this trip, let's also work on making each next breath of ours feel better than did the breath before it, and see how far we can get with that good feeling."

"The more detail you can describe from your inner experience, the more you will see and the closer on-line will be that subtler part.—That subtler part of you which has lived in this physical universe for quite some time, and which knows very well how the universe works and how things work."

4. "And the more rapidly you can describe also the things I will ask you to describe, the more these further reaches will be pulled on-line with where you are conscious from. For that reason, instead of politely taking turns with your partner, in effect both of you should be talking at once, this way:  as one of you pauses for breath in your description, the other of you rushes in with description from his or her experience. As your partner has to pause for breath, you rush back in with further description of your experience. Do make sure that both of you do get a reasonable share of the available air time. The air time usually runs two minutes or so after each step I'll give you in the experience once the describing gets rolling. Get as much of your own description as possible packed into every available moment in that two or more minutes because the more that you describe aloud to your partner, the more and better you will see in the experience."

"However, yours is a partnership, not a competition, so do please allow your partner enough time to speak. If you are deeply into your own experience, you don't need to give full attention to your partner's descriptions, since you won't be tested on them. It is enough just to be there as an external focus to describe to, just as your partner is there as your external focus to describe to."
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