Assimilation Technique

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.

If you are already a mem­ber of one of our hun­dreds of schools in Paris, Lon­don, Rome, Barcelona, Lis­bon, Por­to, Rio, São Paulo and even in Hon­olu­lu, you will ben­e­fit tremen­dous­ly from this work as you are already on the path to learn­ing and apply­ing the Con­cepts and Tech­niques of the DeRose Method.

How­ev­er, there are may be peo­ple who are yet unfa­mil­iar with the DeRose Method. If you like what you have found here don’t hes­i­tate to share it. 


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:

  1. 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. 
  2. 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. 
  3. 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. 
  4. 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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