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ENTITY HANDLING PROCEDURE

1. Basic command: "Host, locate a sensation that you are not


deliberately putting there." (Ack. when done.)
1a. "Host, is there another aspect to this sensation?" (Ack. when done.)
1b. "Host, is there anything between you and me?" (Ack. when done.)
Optional: for handling a specific condition
1c. "Host, locate a sensation : connected with ___situation or condition____.
" (Ack. when done.)
2. "Host, teach it yes and no." (Ack. when done.)
3. "Entity, are you willing to communicate with me?"
if YES --ack. and go to 4
if NO --ack. and go to 4a
4. "Entity, feel the sensation of what you are being." //"Host, let
me know when the entity is feeling that." (ack. host's response)
4a. "Entity, feel the sensation of not being willing to communicate
with me." //"Host, let me know when the entity is feeling that."
(ack. host's response)
5. "Entity, can you see that this feeling is not you?"
if YES --ack. and go to 6.
if NO--ack. and go to 5a.
5a. "Entity, is there something you are resisting?"
if YES, "Entity feel the sensation of resisting something," //"Host,
let me know when the entity is feeling that." (ack. host's response)
and then "Entity, can you see that this feeling is not you?"
YES--ack. and go to 6.
NO--ack. and go to 5b.
if NO--ack. go to 5b
5b. "Entity, is there something else you need?"
if NO --ack. go to 4.
if YES, "Entity, feel the sensation of needing something else" //"Host,
let me know when the entity is feeling that." (ack. host's response)
and then "Entity, can you see that this feeling is not you?"
YES--ack. and go to 6
NO--ack. and go to 4.
6. "Entity, are you willing to let it go?"
if YES, "Entity, may you find peace." //"Host, let me know when it
is gone." (Wait for the host to answer, ack. and go to 1a.)
if NO, ack. and return to 5a (or if 5a has already been asked, 5b.)
For a distraction go to 4.
EHP RUNDOWN
1. Begin each session by using the EHP to clear all answers to question 1b.
2. Host, is there an entity defining itself as your higher self (host)?
3. Host, locate a sensation you are not deliberately putting there.
4. Address sensations found in following areas, (no particular order):
Host, locate a sensation in the _____(fill in with the following)_____
you are not deliberately putting there.
Note: For attitudes/irritations use: Host, locate _an attitude_ you are
not deliberately putting there. Or Host, locate _an irritation_ you are
not deliberately putting there.
front of the face region neck and shoulder region
head surface region heart area
sinus region back region
nasal passages extremities
eyes stomach regio
ear region sexual organs
inner skull region anus region
brain region knees
base of skull hips
throat region ankles
attitudes deep muscles
irritations internal organs
5. Address sensation connected with:
Host, locate a sensation in the _____(fill in with the following)____
you are not deliberately putting there.
locations (places in the world) relatives
being present thinking listening
waiting working
6. Address any situation or condition you would like to explore and
discreate with question 1c.
7. Address any sensation between you and another.
There are hundreds, if not thousands, of descriptive words for sensations:
e.g., energy motion / energy field / energy radiation / pressure /
compression / currents and patterns / energy bubbles / pain / throbbing /
tension / energy hunger / pull of gravity / dark mass / frozen lightening
bolt / puncture / tear / explosion / eruption / torsion or twisting energy /
pulsing / tumbling / tipping / spinning / falling / prickling / solidifying
/ condensing / vibrating / dull pain / sharp pain / prying / pulling out /
stretching / jerking / hot / cold / grinding / grating / breaking / snapping
/ cracking / spanning / spreading / wanting / demanding / needing / nipping
/ snipping /tightening / pushing / wadding / hammering / juggling / burning
/ itching /twitching / blurring / shaking / grief / fear / anger / confusion
/ overwhelm / extruding / aching / jealousy... yes, these are the
descriptions of feelings!
The host focuses on the actual feeling of the sensation, not just its
description.

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