While I was running the scene with DEEP Incident Clearing (DIC), I watched a huge lineup of spirits who wanted to incarnate into our current culture, with its still prevalent catholic moral code. I watched them do the implant procedure with the command phrases "Only one love is permitted", "Obey!", and "Touching is wrong", the latter accompanied with an energetic step back or shrinking away from a dummy in front of them (motor memory/effort). That were the phrases they all had to repeat over and over, all the while zapping the energetic template for their future brain - on/off, on/off etc., - but there might have been additional phrases on an individual basis.
If you have a moment, I would like to have your feedback on this: similarities or differences with what you have seen in your own sessions...?
Thank you very much,
Heidrun, I would like to help get some confusion out of the way if I can. You are long enough around that I can assume you are Clear, Clear in a technical sense that you have no engrams and you did OT2 so there are no "life particles" or whatever directly attached to you.
Once you are Clear you pretty much have no more track. Everything you encounter are not YOUR incidents. Whatever you see, whatever incident you run, it's not your personal charge. There can be many reasons why one sees this or the other things like cultural influence or something one "is currently into" or whatever. I am not saying NOT to run it. If it comes up in a session then please audit it.
But one has to get one's head around the fact that after Clear, the moment where you start solo auditing, you never again will audit yourself. Keep this in mind, that's very important! You have virtually no track once you are Clear! It might well be that the things you audit are related to you but it is not necessarily YOUR time track. So what you encounter and see in your sessions is of course real because, obviously it is there but the content is not that important.
I should say that I am not a tech person at all. My stuff should therefore be taken with a grain of salt but "you don't audit yourself" helped me a lot with solo auditing while I did it.