Compression Point Processing

Compression Point ProcessingWhile handling mental masses, I noticed that while several areas of the body and energy field seemed charged at once, there is a point of collapse; a compression that is holding all of the energy from the past in place.

If you were to attack a storm, you would go for the center. The flow of these collapsed areas resembles a hurricane, rotating around the eye of the storm. The center is the target. Noticing and releasing pressure, emotion and intentions will break it apart at the center of compression. More on the Compression Point.

One of the things you look at is when is this mass. It may have many whens involved, and putting attention on when a charged event took place will break apart the clusters of charge and beings. However, while processing, be sure clusters and all beings are handled. This is the ultimate “On the Fly” spiritual process; spiritual processing anywhere, anytime!!

COMPRESSION POINT PROCESSING

For specific areas or items: Punch up a single concept  or dichotomies.

  • Notice the patterns of mass and charge.
  • When is it? One of the things you look at is when is this mass. It may have many whens involved, and putting attention on when a charged event took place will break apart the clusters of charge and beings.
  • Where is it located in your space?
  • How big is the area it spreads through?
  • How much does it  weigh?
  • What color is it?
  • What moods are there? Release them.
  • THEN:
  • Find the Compression Point.

If needed to locate point: Is there a flow? In what direction?  Determine whether the flow is in flowing to its source or whether it is out flowing from  its source.

  • What is its Pressure? Release it.
  • Find the Compression point.
  • What Emotions are there? Release any Emotions. 
  • Repeat the last step until intensity diminishes. Bleeding off the emotion from the area is vital. If this step is not fully done, one may eventually find themselves an emotional wreck.
  • Find the Compression point.
  • What Feelings and Moods are there? Allow them to release.
  • Find the Compression point.
  • What intentions are there?
  • Find the Compression point.
  • Bleed off whatever is there.
  • How big is the mass?
  • Repeat until there is no compression point to find.

If needed:
What can not be experienced?
What would you have to be responsible for if this mass or charge was gone?

Note: The Compression Point Process contains many of the components of Alan Walter’s Shock, Confusion and Mass Handling, which are used to break an area of mass apart.