What is the assimilation technique
Amongst the many techniques in the DeRose Method we have the assimilation technique. While some of our techniques can increase strength, flexibility, can improve concentration or even aid in the management of emotions, the assimilation technique is unique in that it is combining a deep physical relaxation with an active mentalization. It is worth saying that this technique is but one in our toolbox, but our efficiency in it has become globally renowned.
Another important point is that this technique is powerful, but it’s results are even more significant when it is part of a complete practice of the DeRose Method. Moreover, the techniques of the Method are only a fraction of what the Method has to offer — our Concepts may arguably represent over 70% of what our work is about.
Therefore I urge you to seek more information and even better, to find your nearest school or come and visit our school in TriBeCa, New York City. Your best resource to find more information is online at www.derosemethod.org.
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Assimilate or relax?
This specific technique makes use of a state of relaxation to free up mental resources allowing us to heighten our mental powers. It is when we add these free resources to our normal mental capacity that we will unleash the key to this technique: the creation of mental moulds, mentalizations, of what we desire. Were this a relaxation technique, the mental element would be missing and thus why we name it Assimilation Technique. It is important to note this difference. Our main objective is to be active, to create, to mould and bring our desires to reality quicker — nothing could be further from resting or relaxing!
There are four key parts to this technique:
- Safety — the start of the assimilation technique is specifically designed to keep you safe throughout the technique. Often times this is missing from similar types of work and may endanger the practitioner into hypnosis… so be careful, pay attention to how the technique is taught and you will notice that in the DeRose Method we ALWAYS use this safety mechanism.
- Induction — this is the part where the teacher will relax you. Using your own experience and resources the teacher will help you to focus on each part of your body to achieve the maximum relaxation possible. As you train more on this technique you may be able to achieve its effects by yourself, and in the near future, even achieve the full effect of this technique with one breath alone.
- Utilization — once you are fully relaxed you will have freed up many mental resources. As you are relaxed, you no longer pay attention to inputs and the areas of your mind dedicated to monitory are now free to create! This is where the technique become markedly different from a simple relaxation, here you will actively use your mind to achieve everything you wish.
- Effective return — the technique is only complete when you return fully and realize its effects.
I hope that this text has given you more insight into this technique.
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