Pain Elimination Procedures

PAIN ELIMINATION PROCEDURES

    All questions target an area of pain, using the prefix:

    Connected to the area of pain to do with (subject), 

1A.    Is there a whole universe that is too big?            —–   —– —–   —– —–

a.    Where is it?

b.    When is it?

c.    What’s its duration?

d.    Describe that universe.

e.    Get all the unpleasant sensations, uncomfortable feelings, and must-not-be-experienced moods. 

One at a time, run f, then g. to a win or Cause Indicators, then get the opposite positive sensation, feeling or mood and run f, then g. to a win or Cause Indicators.  Repeat steps e, f and g over and over on all sensations, feelings and moods until the “too big” universe is handled:

f.    From where could a spiritual being experience (named unpleasant sensation)?

g.    From where could a spiritual being create (named unpleasant sensation)?

    The last unpleasant sensation is “A universe that is too big,” and must be run after all other unpleasant sensations have been run.  Then run “A whole universe,” i.e.:

    From where could a spiritual being experience a whole universe?

    From where could a spiritual being create a whole universe?

Then check:

h.    Have you ever given another a universe that was too big?

    Repeat b. to g.

i.    Get the idea of mocking up a whole universe.

j.    What happened?

k.    Get the idea of unmocking a whole universe.

l.    What happened?

    Repeat I to l over and over to a big win or Cause Indicators.

1B.    Is there a collapsed universe?                —–   —– —–   —– —–

a.    Where is it?

b.    When is it?

c.    What’s its duration?

d.    Describe the collapsed universe.

e.    Get all the unpleasant sensations, uncomfortable feelings, and must-not-be-experienced moods. 

One at a time, run f, then g. to a win or Cause Indicators, then get the opposite positive sensation, feeling or mood and run f, then g. to a win or Cause Indicators.  Repeat steps e, f and g over and over on all sensations, feelings and moods until the collapsed universe is handled:

f.    From where could a spiritual being experience (named unpleasant sensation)?

g.    From where could a spiritual being create (named unpleasant sensation)?

    The last unpleasant sensation is “A collapsed universe,” and must be run after all other unpleasant sensations have been run.  Then run “A whole universe,” i.e.:

    From where could a spiritual being experience a whole universe?

    From where could a spiritual being create a whole universe?

Then check:

h.    Have you ever collapsed another’s universe?

    Repeat b. to g.

i.    Get the idea of collapsing a whole universe.

j.    What happened?

k.    Get the idea of uncollapsing a whole universe.

l.    What happened?

    Repeat I to l over and over to a big win or Cause Indicators.

2A.     Is there a pro-active force that is too big?            —–   —– —–   —– —–

a.    Where is it?

b.    When is it?

c.    What’s its duration?

d.    Describe that universe.

e.    Get all the unpleasant sensations, uncomfortable feelings, and must-not-be-experienced moods. 

One at a time, run f, then g. to a win or Cause Indicators, then get the opposite positive sensation, feeling or mood and run f, then g. to a win or Cause Indicators.  Repeat steps e, f and g over and over on all sensations, feelings and moods until the “too big” pro-active force is handled:

f.    From where could a spiritual being experience (named unpleasant sensation)?

g.    From where could a spiritual being create (named unpleasant sensation)?

    The last unpleasant sensation is “A pro-active force that is too big,” and must be run after all other unpleasant sensations have been run.  Then run “pro-active force,” i.e.:

    From where could a spiritual being experience a pro-active force?

    From where could a spiritual being create a pro-active force?

Then check:

h.    Have you ever given another a pro-active force that was too big?

    Repeat b. to g.

i.    Get the idea of mocking up a pro-active force.

j.    What happened?

k.    Get the idea of unmocking a pro-active force.

l.    What happened?

    Repeat I to l over and over to a big win or Cause Indicators.

2B.    Is there a counter-force?                    —–   —– —–   —– —–

a.    Where is it?

b.    When is it?

c.    What’s its duration?

d.    Describe the collapsed universe.

e.    Get all the unpleasant sensations, uncomfortable feelings, and must-not-be-experienced moods. 

One at a time, run f, then g. to a win or Cause Indicators, then get the opposite positive sensation, feeling or mood and run f, then g. to a win or Cause Indicators.  Repeat steps e, f and g over and over on all sensations, feelings and moods until the counter-force is handled:

f.    From where could a spiritual being experience (named unpleasant sensation)?

g.    From where could a spiritual being create (named unpleasant sensation)?

    The last unpleasant sensation is “A counter-force,” and must be run after all other unpleasant sensations have been run.  Then run “A pro-active force,” i.e.:

    From where could a spiritual being experience a pro-active force?

    From where could a spiritual being create a pro-active force?

Then check:

h.    Have you ever caused another a counter-force?

    Repeat b. to g.

i.    Get the idea of countering a force.

j.    What happened?

k.    Get the idea of ceasing to counter a force.

l.    What happened?

    Repeat I to l over and over to a big win or Cause Indicators.

3A.     Is there a contributive image that is too big?        —–   —– —–   —– —–

a.    Where is it?

b.    When is it?

c.    What’s its duration?

d.    Describe that universe.

e.    Get all the unpleasant sensations, uncomfortable feelings, and must-not-be-experienced moods. 

One at a time, run f, then g. to a win or Cause Indicators, then get the opposite positive sensation, feeling or mood and run f, then g. to a win or Cause Indicators.  Repeat steps e, f and g over and over on all sensations, feelings and moods until the “too big” contributive image is handled:

f.    From where could a spiritual being experience (named unpleasant sensation)?

g.    From where could a spiritual being create (named unpleasant sensation)?

    The last unpleasant sensation is “A contributive image that is too big,” and must be run after all other unpleasant sensations have been run.  Then run “contributive image,” i.e.:

    From where could a spiritual being experience a contributive image?

    From where could a spiritual being create a contributive image?

Then check:

h.    Have you ever given another a contributive image that was too big?

    Repeat b. to g.

i.    Get the idea of projecting a contributive image.

j.    What happened?

k.    Get the idea of taking back a contributive image.

l.    What happened?

    Repeat I to l over and over to a big win or Cause Indicators.

3B.    Is there a disruptive image?                    —–   —– —–   —– —–

a.    Where is it?

b.    When is it?

c.    What’s its duration?

d.    Describe the collapsed universe.

e.    Get all the unpleasant sensations, uncomfortable feelings, and must-not-be-experienced moods. 

One at a time, run f, then g. to a win or Cause Indicators, then get the opposite positive sensation, feeling or mood and run f, then g. to a win or Cause Indicators.  Repeat steps e, f and g over and over on all sensations, feelings and moods until the disruptive image is handled:

f.    From where could a spiritual being experience (named unpleasant sensation)?

g.    From where could a spiritual being create (named unpleasant sensation)?

    The last unpleasant sensation is “disruptive image,” and must be run after all other unpleasant sensations have been run.  Then run “contributive image,” i.e.:

    From where could a spiritual being experience a contributive image?

    From where could a spiritual being create a contributive image?

Then check:

h.    Have you ever caused another a counter-force?

    Repeat b. to g.

i.    Get the idea of projecting a disruptive image.

j.    What happened?

k.    Get the idea of taking back a disruptive image.

l.    What happened?

    Repeat I to l over and over to a big win or Cause Indicators.

4A.    Is there a creation that is too big?                —–   —– —–   —– —–

a.    Where is it?

b.    When is it?

c.    What’s its duration?

d.    Describe that universe.

e.    Get all the unpleasant sensations, uncomfortable feelings, and must-not-be-experienced moods. 

One at a time, run f, then g. to a win or Cause Indicators, then get the opposite positive sensation, feeling or mood and run f, then g. to a win or Cause Indicators.  Repeat steps e, f and g over and over on all sensations, feelings and moods until the “too big” creation is handled:

f.    From where could a spiritual being experience (named unpleasant sensation)?

g.    From where could a spiritual being create (named unpleasant sensation)?

    The last unpleasant sensation is “A creation that is too big,” and must be run after all other unpleasant sensations have been run.  Then run “whole creation,” i.e.:

    From where could a spiritual being experience a whole creation?

    From where could a spiritual being create a whole creation?

Then check:

h.    Have you ever given another a creation that was too big?

    Repeat b. to g.

i.    Get the idea of mocking up a creation.

j.    What happened?

k.    Get the idea of unmocking a creation.

l.    What happened?

    Repeat I to l over and over to a big win or Cause Indicators.

4B.    Is there a destroyed creation?                —–   —– —–   —– —–

a.    Where is it?

b.    When is it?

c.    What’s its duration?

d.    Describe the collapsed universe.

e.    Get all the unpleasant sensations, uncomfortable feelings, and must-not-be-experienced moods. 

One at a time, run f, then g. to a win or Cause Indicators, then get the opposite positive sensation, feeling or mood and run f, then g. to a win or Cause Indicators.  Repeat steps e, f and g over and over on all sensations, feelings and moods until the destroyed is handled:

f.    From where could a spiritual being experience (named unpleasant sensation)?

g.    From where could a spiritual being create (named unpleasant sensation)?

    The last unpleasant sensation is “destroyed creation,” and must be run after all other unpleasant sensations have been run.  Then run “whole creation,” i.e.:

    From where could a spiritual being experience a whole creation?

    From where could a spiritual being create a whole creation?

Then check:

h.    Have you ever destroyed another’s creation?

    Repeat b. to g.

i.    Get the idea of destroying a creation.

j.    What happened?

k.    Get the idea of recreating a destroyed creation.

l.    What happened?

    Repeat i to l over and over to a big win or Cause Indicators, handling any charge that come up as you do this.

5A.    Is there a true answer that is too big?            —–   —– —–   —– —–

5B.    Is there a wrong answer?                    —–   —– —–   —– —–

6A.    Is there a pleasant friction that is too much?        —–   —– —–   —– —–

6B.    Is there an abrasive friction?                —–   —– —–   —– —–

7A.    Is there a caress that is too much?                —–   —– —–   —– —–

7B.    Is there an impact?                        —–   —– —–   —– —–

8A.    Is there a fulfillment that is too much?            —–   —– —–   —– —–

8B.    Is there a vacuum?                        —–   —– —–   —– —–

9A.    Is there an area of warmth that is too big?        —–   —– —–   —– —–

9B.    Is there an area of heat?                    —–   —– —–   —– —–

10A.    Is there an area of coolness that is too big?        —–   —– —–   —– —–

10B.    Is there an area of cold?                    —–   —– —–   —– —–

11A.    Is there a two-poled item that is too big?            —–   —– —–   —– —–

11B.    Is there a single-poled item?                    —–   —– —–   —– —–

12A    Is there a pleasurable electricity that is too much?     —–   —– —–   —– —–

12B    Is there an uncomfortable electricity?             —–   —– —–   —– —–

13A.    Is there a pleasurable magnetism that is too much?    —–   —– —–   —– —–

13B.    Is there an unpleasant magnetism?                —–   —– —–   —– —–

14A.    Is there a pleasurable attraction that is too much?    —–   —– —–   —– —–

14B.    Is there a compulsive attraction?                —–   —– —–   —– —–

15A.    Is there a positive repeller that is too much?        —–   —– —–   —– —–

15B.    Is there a compulsive repeller?                —–   —– —–   —– —–

16A.    Is there too many free life-force particles?            —–   —– —–   —– —–

16B.    Is there an area of trapped life-force particles?        —–   —– —–   —– —–

17A.    Is there a pleasurable sensation that is too much?    —–   —– —–   —– —–

17B.    Is there an enforced sensation?                —–   —– —–   —– —–

18A.    Is there a pleasurable feeling that is too much?        —–   —– —–   —– —–

18B.    Is there an enforced feeling?                —–   —– —–   —– —–

19A.    Is there correct randomness that is unpleasant?        —–   —– —–   —– —–

19B.    Is there too much randomness?                —–   —– —–   —– —–

20A.    Is there correct randomness that is uncomfortable?    —–   —– —–   —– —–

20B.    Is there too little randomness?                —–   —– —–   —– —–

21A.    Is there something you want to know?            —–   —– —–   —– —–

21B.    Is there something you don’t want to know?        —–   —– —–   —– —–

22A.    Is there something you want to experience?        —–   —– —–   —– —–

22B.    Is there something you don’t want to experience?        —–   —– —–   —– —–

23A.    Is there an openness?                    —–   —– —–   —– —–

23B.    Is there a kept?                        —–   —– —–   —– —–

24A.    Is there a helpful act?                    —–   —– —–   —– —–

24B.    Is there a harmful act?                    —–   —– —–   —– —–

25A.    Is there a freedom?                        —–   —– —–   —– —–

25B.    Is there a problem?                        —–   —– —–   —– —–

                                        ALAN C. WALTER

18 May 1995

Revised 1 August 2001

Copyright © 1995, 1998, 2001

Alan C. Walter  

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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