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Section One
A Foundation For Tomorrows?
A new culture, or for that matter a new species, can not be
imagined by people who hold to the same faith as their fathers.
For a new spirit to take hold, the ground must be prepared, but
often this is a slow and tedious process. This is best done through
the "education" of the younger individual.
This is not easy, as the process of education takes place
through the hands of the elders who, as one might expect, are often
thoroughly contaminated. For them, what has worked is all that is
conceivable, particularly if it is a beliefsuch as Godwhich has
reduced survival anxiety. Beliefs such as these have the effect of a
drug, but unlike a drug you simply can't stop taking it. Such
addictions have delayed the real solutions to our anxieties (death,
disease, decay, etc.) by hundreds of years.
For this new spirit to take hold, requires a transition individ-
uala person raised in the old with his eyes on the newwho has
gone through a process by which his reactive mind has been
somewhat restructured.
The problem is that an emerging culture relies on the means
and methods imbedded in the old culture.
In the West, this takes the form of religion and psychotherapy,
both of which foster their peculiar versions of their root culture.
Many of the fundamental ideas and methods of religion and
psychology are both useful and valuable to the transition individ-
ual, but this person must have the ability to extract what is of value
and leave the rest behind. As the reader will note, I have left the
educational system of a culture out of the equation. What we see
today in this arena is either conformity or blind reactivism, both of
which lead to the same endterminalism, the new point and click
Any educational system which attempts to substitute rational-
ism and idealism for instinct is by definition terminal, for to cloud
the obvious with the illusion of ideas can only lead in one direc-
tiondownward. I subscribe to the notion that it is best to learn all
that you can about anything and then drop it into the uncon-
sciousfor once ideas have become flooded with the blood of the
organic, the ideas are no longer empty shells but a living force. The
academic and the intellectual spend their lives having ideas about
ideas while castrating the young whose eager ears are awaiting a
spiritual cry to create, to experiment and to live a meaningful, joy-
ous life.
Any individual who is lucky enough to have remained con-
nected to his own blood and roots needs little help to extract him-
self from the decadence of the society which bore him. However,
he must also have the ability to remain silent in the face of the
masses who in their eternal sleep can be directed to murder with
An organic "religion" can be called the religion of life. One
who follows such a religion poses the greatest threat to the death
worshippers (for life is the last thing they desire) who instead
applaud their own putrefaction under the banner of "safety for all."
Their eyes are covered with layers of clouds which blind them to
the horror of their existence...and woe to the man who removes
these streams of film... His lot is deathor worse.
A "human" centered creed is the last thing most men desire,
but instead prefer "otherworldly ideas" invented in their greatest
moments of terror, desperation and hope. For this species any
explanation is better than none at all, for to stand naked in the face
of the sun and risk it all is too much to ask from these consumers
of youth. Those rare individuals connected to the raw force of life
can, on occasion, do more than take care of the common demands
of lifethus raising themselves above and beyond the herd.
The underman does not want to see his nature and those of his
fellows, but instead prefers to see his commonness as unique and
distinct. But in the "chaos" of nature, men are born from time to
time who possess those extreme characteristics which make them
into...the overman, one who possesses a spirit of raw antiquity
which made great the cultures of old. These children of fire, blood
and sword are not welcome, as their appearance generates self-
loathing in their fellow menunless, of course, the creatures can
adopt them as contributors to their decadence.
A hero is only made by some group adopting him as their
own.. .and unfortunately we can not always judge a hero's qualities
by the groups which adopt him...for most heroes stand apart from
their worshippers. Getting close to the hive is always diminishing,
and those that offer to serve the hive define themselves as superior
based on the common needs of those who worship them. Let those
who demand leaders such as these have them. The leaders of today
reflect the fundamental characteristics of their electors: paucity of
spirit and mind.
But in nature there are the superior and the inferior, the beauti-
ful and the ugly, and on these labels the decadent dare not dwell.
Radical Undoing is for the transition manfor those who
desire more than the satisfaction of the immediate demands and
necessities of lifefor those who by necessity or will or desire
want to connect with their roots as men of fire, blood and sword.
Psychotherapy, Kundalini,
Orgone and Reich
Sin is occasioned precisely by the fact that man refuses to
admit his "creatureliness" and to acknowledge himself as merely
a member of a total unity of life. He pretends to be more than he
Reinhold Niebuhr
The two DVDs accompanying this booklet consist of a general
interview on Radical Undoing, demonstrations of the Eye and Face
exercises, and a final interview on the topic of Kundalini.
You will notice references to the You Meditation and Mantrah
which will be presented in detail on the next DVD.
All the DVDs in this series are shot without rehearsal using
naive subjects. From time to time I will demonstrate the techniques
using more advanced students or, in special cases, myself. Minimal
editing is done on the raw material presenting you with authentic
action and re-action.
Before we begin with the methods demonstrated on these
DVDs, let me explain their purpose.
The primary purpose of this series is to help those who desire a
return to the organic, and who do not want to be absorbed by the
"virtue" of mediocrity.
Next, these exercises are designed to specifically Undo the
Chakra Knots so that, when the Kundalini is awakened, it can flow
freely thus reducing the probability of negative results and unnec-
essary suffering.
And finally, to teach you the ultimate and most powerful medi-
tation I knowthe You Meditationwhich will expose you to
yourself in ways unimaginable.
Now, I want to clear up issues regarding psychotherapy and
mysticism which stem from Dr. Regardie's insistence that serious
students seek psychotherapy before moving on with the Work. As
many of you know, he preferred Reichian therapy over other forms
of therapy. Once you have finished reading what follows, you will
find out the '"why and wherefore."
Do not confuse Kundalini/Prana with Orgone, or the work here
with Reichian therapyfor in my view as well as Regardie's,
Reich was influenced by the philosophy and methods of the East
when Hinduism and Buddhism were flooding Europe. He may
have had some Kundalini-type experiencesas evidenced by some
of his delusions. It would be interesting to know how much of his
"therapy" he subjected himself to...
The Radical Undoing work (untying the Kundalini knots) is not
In my view, Reich as a medical doctor and psychiatrist
attempted to transform Kundalini into medicine.
He attempted to pervert the most powerful forces of a mystical
cosmology into Western Medicine. Using pseudo-science, he
elicited the wrath of both the medical and legal authorities.
If he had brought his system and theories to the East, he would
have gone unnoticed.
Reich first started his work with "character analysis"which
was still in the realm of psychologyand then moved into
"vegetative therapy" and finally into Orgone (his word for what
has been known as Universal Prana for millennia).
Reich's desire was to create a "sexual science" with an all-
encompassing universal energy at its base. He failedand in the
end he was crucified.
After many decades of research and study, my final acceptance
of Reich's "misdeeds" became clear to me when I studied the Ajna
Knot (Rudra), and recalled how Reich had stressed the importance
of the eye block so that the "Orgone-sexual" energy could flow
freely without causing psychotic symptoms. Are your bells ringing
yet? If not, think of the Vishnu and the Brahman Knot. Now think
of his idea of the orgasmic reflex as an ultimate sign of "mental
Kundalini is intimately involved with libido both in a general
and specific sense. It is well known in Kundalini/Prana circles that
the higher Chakras must be "opened" for the full explosive effects
of Kundalini to occur without incurring the "wrath of the Gods."
So much has been written on the dangers of Kundalini that little
more needs to be said here; however the dangers are minimal when
using these methods to untie the Knots.
While beyond the scope of this booklet, Reich held to Freud's
original thesis that neurosis was the result of "unreleased" sexual
energies. When Freud moved on to his theory of psychoneurosis,
Reich stuck firmly to Freud's notion of actual neurosisthe sexual
block. Here again we must ask why? Reich clung to the idea that
the lack of full sexual release was the cause of what he termed the
emotional plague, as well as most diseases. He used this idea to
insist that no one but a medical doctor, trained in his methods,
could release the inhibited libido. Yet, Kundalini, Tantra and
Chakra-ology have been practiced for thousands of years, long
before anyone ever heard of the Hippocratic Oath or Western
I think I have given enough clues here. The student who is
interested should simply sit down with Reich's books and discover
how he attempted to transform Kundalini and the Chakras into
Western Medicineincluding creating the Orgone accumulator
which any knowledgeable student of Prana would immediately
identify with the Universal Life Force.
Let me emphasize that what was done to Reich by the authori-
ties was deplorable, but he in fact brought much of this on himself
by attempting to transform "mysticism" into medical science.
Finally, let me head off the avalanche of emails concerning
Regardie's insistence that students seek therapy before beginning
their work in magic by listing a few points.
Point one: Psychology and counseling in the 1950's-70's was
much different than it is today.
Today it is a political and insurance body.
Point two: Regardie and I both made our livings as therapists,
and to insist that therapy was essential was also based on our own
motivations and beliefs. However, a few of his more advanced stu-
dents understood that what he was really doing was Kundalini and
Chakra work. This was particularly evident when he integrated the
Middle Pillar and other more "esoteric" techniquessuch as
inducing the complete body reflex with the "exercises."
You will see one of these "experiments" demonstrated on this
DVD. Regardie rarely employed these methods on his average
client. He was tired and had been wounded by an alchemical acci-
dent. Quite frankly, he had contempt for some of his students
particularly the true-believer typesand refused to teach these
more powerful techniques.
Point three: In my view, most individuals interested in magic
are, in fact, identified with the worst characteristics of their moth-
ers and, as such, therapy in any form is more or less useless. I have
seen many who went through years of therapy and are still as nuts
as ever. And frankly, unlike Regardie, I do not really care if crazy
people become crazier; and for a fact most individuals in the West
do not have the fortitude to stick out the real work required. Keep
in mind that therapy is patch work, while this work returns one to
the Organic Pranathe Kundalini.
Point four: We are living in the West and people as a rule are
not seeking enlightenment, but, instead, relief from symptoms. As
such, both of us presented ourselves as licensed Western healers.
Regardie, of course, is dead and I have voluntarily surrendered my
licenses so I can do the Work in relative peacewith the people I
choose to work with.
Point five: With the Radical Undoing exercises, an intelligent
student should be able to do the work. However, this will not qual-
ify him as an expert to work on others. This can only take place
through working directly with me and receiving the tradition.
Now let us begin this lesson.
Dr. Hyatt's Mood Meter:
Getting to Remember Yourself
Before beginning any series of exercises, use the mood meter.
This simple device can help you in more ways than you imagine.
You will be able to gain an objective correlation between your
mood and your behavior, and learn how to alter your behavior for
your best interests...and as you learn how to use these exercises,
you will be able to alter your moods directly.
There are three components to my mood meter.
Alert 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Tired
Energetic 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Tense
Kindly 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
These three scales are not well correlated with each other. In
other words, you can be alert, tense, and kindly; or alert, energetic
and mean; etc. Use your imagination, and once you learn how to
use this Meter on yourself, you can start applying it to others.
Determine your emotional state using the mood meter before
you start your exercises and then again an hour or so after you have
finished them.
In addition to the mood meter I have devised a scale for you to
use in analyzing yourself throughout the day. Not only does this
scale give you instant feedback on your state of mind, it will show
you your reactions to various situations and encounters.
The EnhancementDiminishment Scale
Whatever situation you find yourself in, you can determine
whether or not it enhanced you or diminished you. This will give
you necessary clues into your identity and your chakra knots.
You simply ask yourself, "How do I feel now" or "Did a par-
ticular situation Enhance me or Diminish me."
Here is the scale:
Enhanced 3210123 Diminished
You can also use this scale with othersto determine what
enhances or diminishes them.
By making this scale part of your daily practice you will learn
to trace your feelings to their various sources and discover how
you can take control over your life.
Section Two
Note: Be sure to remove glasses, contact lenses, hearing aids,
false teeth, etc. before you attempt these exercises. Wear loose
clothes or no clothes at all. Remember, you are practicing for accu-
racy, and that means making small improvements. If you have a
camera, set it up where you will be working so you can record your
movements. When you play the recording, notice the areas which
require improvement. Take your time and be gentle with yourself.
Remember, during all of the exercises you must breathe from
the pelvis to the chest. However, you are NOT to use ancillary
muscles in your chest, neck, etc. In essence, pelvic/belly/diaphrag-
matic/lower-chest breathing is essential. This is described on my
other Techniques for Undoing Yourself CDs and on these DVDs,
but I will describe it again. In addition, I will include the loosening
up breathing and jumping procedure.
Loosen Up Now
Before you get in the energetic breathing posture, stand with
your feet about one foot apart. Make sure that you appear relaxed,
count to three slowly, and on the number three, inhale and gently
propel yourself no more than a foot off the ground, letting your
shoulders rise with you. Now do not force yourself to touch the
ground, simply trust gravity and allow it to take you back to the
floor. Remember, thrust your body upwards on the inhale and
return to the ground on the exhale.
Trusting gravity is one of the hardest things to do. If you were
to film yourself, you would probably see that you were "assisting"
yourself as your feet came to the ground.
Though this exercise sounds simple, it is not. Most people can't
loosen up enough to trust gravity to return them to earth, but I
assure you it will. You may have to do this a number of times to
become aware of when you trust gravity and when you don't. Do
this exercise 12 times.
During the following exercise, breathe through your nose.
On the inhalation pull your belly in as if you are trying to have
your belly touch your spine. Hold that for about 20 seconds and no
more. While you are holding your breath, gently try breathing
using your chestthis will give you an exaggerated idea of how
NOT to breathe.
Now, gently push the belly fully out on the exhalation and hold
your belly out for about 10 seconds, trying to breathe only from
your chest. Do not strain yourself . After you have completed this
cycle, breathe normally for a few breaths .Repeat the belly exercise
6 times, making sure that you take a short break between each
belly breath.
The Cnergetic Breathing Posture:
Body at Rest
(Please read through all of this material at least once, then view
the DVD while reading the numbered exercises below.)
Get into your normal breathing position as demonstrated on the
Let gravity have control of your rear end. Don't hold it down,
just let it rest. Let gravity do all the work. This also goes for your
head, your shoulders and every other part of your body. LET the
bed support muscles should be used to hold you on the
bed, except those necessary to keep your knees a foot a part and
those needed to have your feet firmly on the bed.
This posture is essential and you will need to practice it. Some
people can't do this exercise because they are so tenseso chroni-
cally on guard, needing to be alert and in controlthat they can't
trust either the bed or gravity to support them. These individuals
"must feel in charge" at all times, so they use their muscles when
there is no need.
Once you have the posture down as best you can, simply
remain still for 5 minutes and become aware of yourself in this
position. I want this posture to become fixed in your mind.
Energetic Breathing
Before you start the face and eye exercises you need to learn
how to breathe properly. All breathing will be done with the eyes
and mouth open, unless told otherwise. Do NOT force the mouth to
stay open; let gravity do it.
For most people the mouth should be opened about three quar-
ters of an inch, no more and no less. This may sound easy, but for
many people it is not.. .so please practice. Use a camera if possible.
Once you have this more or less mastered, you are ready to
start Energized Breathing. Remember, you are going to breathe
through your mouth only, unless you are told otherwise.
Start the breath as low as possible in your belly. See how much
of your pelvis is involved; however do not force your pelvis to join
the belly unless "it wants to." Under no circumstances should you
lift your butt off the bed unless told to do so.
Let the belly gently balloon out, but do not force it. Carry the
breath upwards into the lower part of your chest. Do not under any
circumstances use the ancillary muscles of your chest or of your
neck, and do not pull up on your shoulders. This is the inhalation
phase of the breathing. Then, as you are preparing to let yourself
exhale, make the sound AH. Do not force the sound. It should be
part of your exhalation and your exhalation should not be forced.
You should simply let gravity take your lower chest and belly
down. Wait about 1 second and take your next breath.
Section Three
Face Work:
The Window of the Soul
Many people believe that the face is the image of the self.
There is some truth to this metaphor, as there is a significant
amount of space in the brain involved in its operation.
The face is a primary social stimulus. People respond to the
face immediately and come to major conclusions based on shape,
mobility, and numerous subtle variables... Reading the face is an
art as well as a science. In fact, the face expresses the tensions of
the person as well as his historyboth genetic and environmental.
The degree of veridicality between the perception of faces and
the reality of the person is open to question; however, this is of
little importance, as the impression made by someone's face is
immediate and sets the stage for future interactions.
First impressions are difficult to alter. People cling to their im-
mediateand often unconsciousinterpretations and projections.
Remember you have also created a "first impression" of yourself
and this too is difficult to alter.
First impressions often lead to "prophecies" made about you,
both by others and by yourself. Technically, the term associated
with judging human character from facial features is called phys-
iognomic perception. Though some have called this "divining from
faces," it is not; it is the organic response to living things. The key
for you to remember is that you have a first impression of yourself
which you have carried with you throughout your life. True, this
impression is derived from how you reacted to the way others
reacted to you, but regardless of how flawed this impression may
be, it is the one that has dominated you most of your lifeand
from it you have created self-fulfilling "prophecies."
Over time, reactions to the face add up, and sooner or later
people attempt to shape their own behavior and personality to
match how they are perceived. This can include voice, posture and
a whole array of subtleties. While I do not have the space here to
explore these implications, you might take it on yourself to do so.
When we break the face into pieces, we have the forehead,
eyes, nose, cheeks, mouth, ears, chin. While each segment reflects
its own tensions and conflicts, the face as a whole is perceived
as.. .an entire living entity.
The state of your face in fact affects how you feel about your-
self and how others perceive you. A well-shaped, mobile face both
feels differently and is reacted to differently than a stiff, rigid, hard
Though facial features are somewhat fixed, they are not solid
like a stone sculpture.
Through these exercises you not only subtlety change the way
your face is perceived by others, you change how you perceive
By liberating your face from your history, you can release the
suppressed power hidden behind your habitual presentation of face.
Liberating and releasing the power situated both within and
behind your facial etchings thus allows you to transform the ten-
sion of self-consciousness into the power of Free Space-Time.
In the following exercises I will describe what you are to do
and how long you should do them. Please do not extend the exer-
cise period. As Dr. Regardie used to say, "make haste slowly."
Once you have learned an exercise, you can vary the amount of
time according to your needs.
Unless I tell you differently, use the basic breathing position
described earlier.
You will notice that I will ask questions from time to time. Be
sure to make a mental note of your response and write the answers
down when you have completed all the exercises in this sequence.
Using a camera with audio recording will make this much easier,
and gives you a lot of useful information about your unconscious.
Perform these exercises once a week, but never more than two
times a weekno exceptions!
Keep in mind that there is no way in the world to do these
exercises correctly within the first month or two. If you have a
video camera, record your sessions and begin to make adjustments
accordingly. If you have a partner to watch you and gently correct
you, that would be ideal.
Section Four
1. Open Your Eues Wide and Hold
Begin by taking 12 breaths as I described above. Continue
breathing rhythmically and open your eyes as wide as you can,
wrinkling your forehead. Open your eyes wide, as if you are trying
to see what is going on behind your head. Keep the eyes and fore-
head in this position for two minutes. (All exercises should be done
for 2 minutes unless I say otherwise.) Take two fingers of one hand
and begin tapping your forehead with moderate pressure.
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
Were you making the AH sound? If not, how did your breathing
and/or AH sound change?
2. Close Your Eyes Tightly and Hold
Next, continue rhythmic breathing, but instead of the AH
sound, sigh on the exhale. Do this for 6 breaths, then continue
rhythmic breathing with the AH sound.
Begin exercise 2 by closing your eyes as tightly as you can.
Remember to continue your breathing and be sure you have re-
turned to the AH sound. Again, take your two fingers and moder-
ately tap your forehead, starting at your hair line and working your
way around your forehead. Again, do this exercise for two minutes.
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
Were you making the AH sound? If not, how did your breathing
and/or AH sound change?
3. Open Your Eyes on the Inhole,
Close Tight on the Exhale
Continue your rhythmic breathing, but sigh on the exhale for 6
breaths. Then continue breathing with the AH sound.
On the inhalation open your eyes as wide as you can, and on
the exhalation close your eyes as tight as you can. Be sure to tap
your forehead hard a few times on the exhale before you begin
your next cycle.
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
Were you making the AH sound? If not, how did your breathing
and/or AH sound change?
Before you start the next exercise check your arms and legs and
make sure they are in the proper position.
4. EYes to the Left and Hold
Do 6 sighing breaths, and then continue breathing with the AH
sound. Move your eyes to the far left. Hold for 2 minutes. Be sure
to moderately tap your forehead.
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
Were you making the AH sound? If not, how did your breathing
and/or AH sound change?
5. Eyes to the Right ond Hold
Do 6 sighing breaths and then resume breathing with the AH
sound. Move your eyes to the far right and continue your rhythmic
breathing for 2 minutes. Be sure to moderately tap your forehead.
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
Were you making the AH sound? If not, how did your breathing
and/or AH sound change?
6. Eyes Down ond Hold
Do 6 sighing breaths and then resume breathing with the AH
sound before you start this exercise.
Look toward your toes for 2 minutes. Again be sure to tap your
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
Were you making the AH sound? If not, how did your breathing
and/or AH sound change?
Before you start the next exercise, check your arms and legs
and feet to make sure they are in the correct position. Make sure
that you are letting gravity support your body. If you haven't, what
muscles were you using to hold yourself correctly on the bed?
7. Roll Your Eyes
Should I remind you to sigh and return to making the AH
Slowly roll your eyes, going from the left to the top, to the right
to the bottom. Try to make the complete movement slowly and
smoothly and make sure you don't move your head. Do this for
two minutes, remembering to tap your forehead. This is a difficult
exercise to do properly, so learn how to do it, or if you are lucky
you will do it correctly at once. Try not to move your mouth or any
other part of your face.
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
Were you making the AH sound? If not, how did your breathing
and/or AH sound change?
8. Left Eye ClosedRight Eye Open,
Right Eye ClosedLeft Eye Open
Don't forget to do 6 sighing breaths and then resume saying
AH before you start this exercise. Close your left eye as tight as
you can and open your right eye as wide as you can. Do not twist
your mouth or your cheeks to accomplish this. Hold this position
for 1 minute and then reverse the process; close your right eye and
keep your left eye open. Hold this for 1 minute. Did you remember
to tap your forehead?
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
Were you making the AH sound? If not, how did your breathing
and/or AH sound change?
Now, repeat this exercise, but this time contort your mouth,
cheeks and jaw.
9. Express Feelings With Your Eyes
Get a hand mirror and try to express feelingssuch as joy,
anger, sadness, etc.with your eyes. Be sure to continue breathing
properly. Express one feeling for two minutes using only your
eyes. Attempt only one feeling per session; the next time you do
this exercise, perform a different feeling.
Make a list of other feelings and try to express them using only
your eyes. If you don't have a hand mirror, then stand up and look
into a mirror, but remember to keep up your pelvic, belly and dia-
phragm breathing.
Next, you will attempt some complex imitations. These will be
easier to make if you imagine that you are taking on the character-
istics of the animal or the person you are attempting to imitate.
Choose one and spend two minutes working on it.
Fly Eyes
Snake eyes
Cat eyes
Dog eyes
Ape eyes
Your Mother's Eyes
Your Father's Eyes
Imitate your ideal image of yourself.
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
Were you making the AH sound? If not, how did your breathing
and/or AH sound change?
9A. The Stare
Do this exercise every morning for 2 minutes. Stand in front of
a mirror and begin rhythmic breathing as usual. Stare into the
mirror without blinking. Set a timer to make sure you spend two
minutes doing this exercise. Try to remember the number of times
you did blink.
9B. The Fast Blink
Again, do this exercise every morning for 2 minutes. Stand in
front of a mirror and begin rhythmic breathing as usual. As you
breathe, blink your eyes as fast as you can. Try not to wrinkle your
nose or cheeks while doing this exercise.
1 0. Follow the Light
Following a pen light with the eyes is an important exercise,
but difficult to do without a helper, If you don't have someone to
help you, you can try this exercise by allowing your hand to slowly
move the penlight in more or less random directions. Follow the
light for 3 minutes.
(As you might imagine, it is extremely difficult to follow the
light with one eye and keep the other from moving. Some people
can do this by keeping one eye shut. While following the light with
both eyes is important, the one eye version of this exercise is sim-
ply a fun experiment.) *****ALERT****
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
Were you making the AH sound? If not, how did your breathing
and/or AH sound change?
Before you start the next exercise check your arms and legs and
make sure they are in the proper position.
11. Face
Move your face slowly as you breathe, holding each position
for 10 seconds. The faces you make should be more or less ran-
dom. Be sure to work your cheeks.
There are many possibilities here. Be creative and be sure to
activate all areas of your face. From time to time you will make a
face that either thrills you or disgusts you. Make a mental note of
what it is and try to describe it to yourself later. Use a mirror if
necessary to help you get a feel for the meaning behind and within
this face. Do this for at least five minutes. It is also a good idea to
use this specific exercise when you wake up and before you go to
bed and prior to having sex.
Choose one face from below
Make the face of your fatherHold it for 2 minutes.
Make the face of your motherHold it for 2 minutes.
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
Were you making the AH sound? If not, how did your breathing
and/or AH sound change?
Before you start the next exercise check your arms and legs and
make sure they are in the proper position. Did you do your sighing
breath before the AH sound? Are you drifting off?
12. Lips
Blow through the lips on the exhalation, making the sound of a
motorboat. Do this for two minutes.
For this exercise you will not be using the AH sound and, of
course, you have to move the lips closer together to make the
motorboat sound.
On alternate sessions use your lips to suckle.
Another variant: pull your lips inward. Oscillate between fish
lips in and fish lips out.
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
13. Nose
Work your nose, first like you are smelling feces, then like you
are smelling a rose. Work one nostril at a time; try not to move
your cheeks, lips or eyes.
* * AL ERT * * *
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
Were you making the AH sound? If not, how did your breathing
and/or AH sound change?
14. JAW
Move your Jaw to the right and hold
Move your Jaw to the left and hold
Move your Jaw back and forth
Move your Jaw back
Stick your Jaw out
Move your Jaw in and out
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
Were you making the AH sound? If not, how did your breathing
and/or AH sound change?
15. Mouth
Open your mouth as wide as you can and hold it that way for
two minutes as you breathe and make the AH sound.
Close the mouth and breathe through your nose. Make a hum-
ming sound instead of the AH.
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
Were you making the AH sound with the mouth opened wide? If
not, how did your breathing and/or AH sound change?
Try to reach the ceiling with your tongue; hold for 1 minute.
Try to reach your nose with your tongue; hold for 1 minute.
Try to reach your chin with your tongue; hold for 1 minute.
Stick your tongue straight out and hold for 1 minute.
Move your tongue to the right, hold, and then to the left and
hold; reverse the order, perform this for 1 minute.
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
Were you making the AH sound? If not, how did your breathing
and/or AH sound change?
17. Nose, Tongue and Cues
Move your nose, tongue and eyes to the left, and hold for one
Move your nose tongue and eyes to the right and hold for one
Move your nose, tongue and eyes upwards and hold for one
Move your nose, tongue and eyes downwards toward the belly
and hold for one minute.
Were you breathing rhythmically while doing this exercise?
Were you making the AH sound? If not, how did your breathing
and/or AH sound change?
The You Meditation:
Sensing and Feeling
Now that you have completed the first series of exercises, drop
your legs and find a comfortable position on your bed. Remain
still. Make sure you are allowing gravity to keep your body on the
bed... Observe your body for a few moments, using your mind's
eye to "look" up and down and around your body. Now, do noth-
ing. Simply sense and feel what is going on in your body. Report
your sensations aloud. It is important to record this information for
later use. Do this for at least 15 minutes. As you become more
adept, you can extend this exercise to an hour. But remember,
make haste slowly.
Try not to fall asleep; but if you do, and if you dream, record
these dreams as they are especially useful.
Now focus on your thoughts. Speak them aloud no matter what
they are. Do this for about 5 minutes. Do not analyze the thoughts,
do not focus on them, just simply say them aloud and move on.
The next DVD and booklet will cover the You Meditation
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