Putting self development training to the test. In these blogs I am reading and testing the Intimate Modeling course from Ken Haberman.
Results since last blog
I woke up and silently did the wake-up routine as suggested by Anita Sheehan. Felt good. I kept smiling for longer than usual.
Actions I need to take
Ken suggest that keeping a Manifestation Diary increases the confidence that I’m on the right track. partly I do this by writing this blog. But since confidentiality and respect for other people’s privacy are extremely important to me – I just started wiring in my Day One Journal.
I like it when Ken compares with Lt. Columbo in finding evidence (in this case that my desire is becoming reality). Every little manifestation is part of the evidence that the my desire is manifesting.
Finally – the course starts explaining what this Intimate Modeling. The nice thing is that it can never ever fail. And the second is that it’s not forced. I should only do it when I feel like it and never when I don’t want to.
I feel that the first times I will need to force myself a little bit. It’s like speaking out loudly in a place where everything has been silent for a while.
I can do it by myself or with partners. It can be done in public or private.I know that most of the time I will do this on my own in private. At least – this is what i think now.
Five steps to create an intimate modeling experience
- Create a vision of your IM experience
- Create a headline of this experience
- Write your talking points
- Create your props box (read the book for more details)
- Act out your desire in ways that inspire you
What I like about the theory – it’s still theory for me – is that the process of Intimate Modeling works better when adding value to people’s lives. This is exactly one of the reasons I chose to work with Ken’s course.
The Intimate Modeling can be brief or extended. Both are likely the best. Long sessions have more dept and power – but involve more time of course.
I am now ready to create a firs Intimate Modeling experience. That experience – you will read tomorrow.
I decided to make the first week of Intimate Modeling a bit longer. Maybe I’m a slow reader. But that I don’t blame myself. I want to suck everything out of this book and try it.
- I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.
(Thoreau – not from this book, but it inspired me)
- What if “failures” don’t count?
- What if you doubled your “failure” rate?
- What if your limitations were self imposed, and you could ditch them right now?