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  1. Dulloldfart

    Dulloldfart Squirrel Extraordinaire

    I've added a new module, RAWRogers. This is pretty much an amalgamation of the Reach & Withdraw pages from Core and the Rog (Rogerian Therapy) pages.

    These two procedures are better suited to heavy topics than the others, and so I put them together in the same module.

    I added a new page too, called Trigger Episodes.

    It's available online, or in the latest all-in-one zip file at http://paulsrobot.com/zips/PaulsRobot3-AllToDate_2012-04-29.zip (204 MB).

    Paul
     
  2. Dulloldfart

    Dulloldfart Squirrel Extraordinaire

  3. Dulloldfart

    Dulloldfart Squirrel Extraordinaire

    There's a new module now at Paulsrobot3 called (temporarily) Rizzo. For the main part of it, the user goes through questions from a Lifelist until something gets stirred up, at which point he takes his hot topic and discharges it with any combination of three procedures: Reach & Withdraw, 6-Direction and Rog. Rub & Yawn is used as part of it too.

    The Lifelist is an interesting development. Currently I have two of around 50 questions each, but there could usefully be thousands of them. General lists could have questions like "Financial worries?" or "Trouble with in-laws?," while specialised lists could have questions like "Failed to kill someone?" (General military) or "Hostile takeover?" (Fortune 500 CEO). Kinda like a sec-check list but without the O/Ws. :)

    The temporary name derives from Albert "Skip" Rizzo Ph.D., Research Scientist and Research Professor at the USC Institute for Creative Technologies and Dept. of Psychiatry/School of Gerontology, who "conducts research on the design, development and evaluation of Virtual Reality systems targeting the areas of clinical assessment, treatment and rehabilitation."

    In the YouTube comments to the SimCoach video below . . .

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGYUqTvE6Jo

    . . . he said he would contact me about *my* Robot. He didn't, so I nudged him. He then said,
    Hey Paul,
    Sorry to not get back to ya on this. I am interested, but have been on non-stop travel for the last month and will be getting back to LA on Weds night [9 May]. Upon my return, I will give this my full attention and make contact with you then. Sorry, I have been struggling to keep up.​

    Anyway, I threw together this Rizzo module for him in 4 days, as he could probably "SimCoach" it if he wanted to. I figured the name would attract his attention. :biggrin:

    Will I hear from him? If so, what will he say?

    Although I can't say I'm losing any sleep over it. Even if I don't hear from him, I'm very glad I came up with that Lifelists idea, as it opens up many useful possibilities.

    Paul
     
    Last edited: May 10, 2012
  4. Hatshepsut

    Hatshepsut Crusader

    WOW!!!!
    Did I say Wow?

    Gosh, you gotta lotta new stuff lately.

    I gotta tell ya though... that SIM coach triggers me. Same reaction I had to Krusty the clown. Glad I won't be using it. I am definitely going to work on the Clean Slate material. Roger made it available to me two years ago but I didn't grok it. Yours is like the Hooked On Phonics shallow gradient version. I like that cause my brain is slowing.

    Thanks

    You are getting very sophisticated and artistic with your work. Truly amazed by how much you've put out there. Awesome.

    Hat
     
  5. Dulloldfart

    Dulloldfart Squirrel Extraordinaire

    Thank you, Hats. I don't like that SimCoach too much as it just seems like a distraction to me. When I was first putting PaulsRobot together I wondered how to make it more human, with visuals too. I rapidly decided there was no need, as it would all be superfluous. Quite apart from the difficulty of me doing it with Sims 2 figures or something.

    SimCoach is based on SmartBody, which is open-source software. I took a quick look at making Rizzo a SmartBody module, but it would be a big learning curve for me to program the lip-sync and so forth and to remove the superfluous body motions. Plus it wouldn't achieve anything useful beyond the wow factor.

    I hope you find Slate useful.

    Paul
     
  6. Dulloldfart

    Dulloldfart Squirrel Extraordinaire

    I've added the List1 module to PaulsRobot3. Basically this the original list (as best he remembers) developed by Alan C. Walter around 1963 that became the famous (Scn) L1C list. Note that List1 only addresses auditing, while the L1C was expanded to include general upsets.

    I've updated the whole-enchilada zip file, now weighing in at 234 MB, and downloadable from http://paulsrobot.com/zips/PaulsRobot3-AllToDate_2012-05-16.zip.

    Paul
     
  7. Dulloldfart

    Dulloldfart Squirrel Extraordinaire

    I've also added Mega, which is a one-stop-shop module. It utilises user-appropriate Lifelists to selectively trigger and discharge hot topics one by one, over many sessions. Once a hot topic has been found, the user can pick and choose among 11 modules to help discharge it, namely Core, Rog, HeavyDuty, Morph, BasicR3X, Dipoles, Psycho, Ruds, Int/Ext/Stay by Groups, FDS, and Slate.

    Every module will not be suitable for every topic, and one should already be familiar with any module before using it on a hot topic.

    It's included in the latest zip file linked in the previous post.

    One of the Lifelists is based on the Holmes and Rahe stress scale, and its junior version. The "browse the whole list" page is here: http://paulsrobot3.com/lifelists/holmes-and-rahe/holmes-and-rahe-list.htm. The user has a choice of just starting at Q01 (he wouldn't see this page) or looking over the whole list and choosing a question by clicking on the link. The user gets to choose between addressing his hot topic with Rizzo (for beginners) or Mega (for experts). Then after a short what, when, where series of questions, he gets to choose which module. Rizzo allows changing among the three, but Mega doesn't allow changing between the 11 (it wouldn't work).

    Paul
     
  8. Hatshepsut

    Hatshepsut Crusader

    That's too much to digest over my smartphone. Will look at it in detail later.

    You would not believe the horse shit they use for group therapy in so many clinics. It would make a person laugh out loud. Actually its probably a budget matter. I'm gonna put Paul's Robot in the suggestion box next time I visit my friend at South Seminole Hospital. :coolwink:
     
  9. Dulloldfart

    Dulloldfart Squirrel Extraordinaire

    Yeah, PaulsRobot doesn't scale down to smartphone size at all. There is the Yawnguy Custom Audio stuff at http://www.yawnguy.com/custom/ which is a collection of mp3s you can play around with, but the whole PaulsRobot trip? No way. Two reasons: First, the screen is far too small. Secondly, Apple has turned off the background sound capability of HTML5, so it won't work on the iPhone or iPad. I don't know if the background sound works on Android.

    Maybe someone with an Android phone could click on this link: http://paulsrobot3.com/core/quick-else.htm and tell me if the audio works. :). v4.0? v3.x? v2.x?

    I wouldn't bother with the suggestion box. There are so many preconceived ideas that PaulsRobot violates that it bounces off almost everybody. And that is just people using it for themselves — as for someone in a position of authority recommending something officially in a health-care environment? Er, no.

    Paul
     
  10. Hatshepsut

    Hatshepsut Crusader

    The audio in the video works on Android without booting into youtube. I did not see where else to look for audio in the linked page above.

    Who is your PC in the demo? Hysterical!! Dat U??? Sounds like me when I run out of coffee.:eyeroll:
     
  11. Dulloldfart

    Dulloldfart Squirrel Extraordinaire

    http://paulsrobot3.com/core/quick-else.htm has background sound on autoplay. It should start playing about 1/2 second after you open the page with no need to click on anything at all. There may be a delay in the mp3 audio if viewing the page online, which is why I suggest downloading the whole lot to one's own computer.

    The pc is probably me, although I don't know which video you are referring to.

    Paul
     
  12. Dulloldfart

    Dulloldfart Squirrel Extraordinaire

    I've just finished adding Pono to PaulsRobot3. The name comes from Ho'oponopono, an ancient Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness.

    Alan C. Walter modelled a simple procedure on a derived version of Ho'oponopono created by Dr. Hew Len. It assumes that one is 100% responsible for the situations one is involved in with other people, and therefore by working on a relevant non-optimum condition within oneself one can also improve the condition of another who is not physically present in the session or even necessarily aware of it (so the theory goes).

    I just Robotted ACW's procedure without adding anything to it particularly.

    There are two other modules that will be finalized and added to PaulsRobot3 in the next day or so, and I will update the zip file after that is done. The latest one available for download does not have Pono on it, although it is available already at the web site: http://paulsrobot3.com/acw/pono/

    Have fun. :)

    Paul
     
  13. Dulloldfart

    Dulloldfart Squirrel Extraordinaire

    The second of the three recent additions to PaulsRobot3 is LovedOne.

    This module is designed to make it easier to communicate with a loved one one cannot reach with the usual letters or phone calls (includes by reason of death).

    Part 1 has 3 techniques covering general issues: General clean-up; sharing thoughts, emotions and images; and long distance communications.

    Part 2 includes these techniques: Upsets with your loved one, incomplete communications..., disappointments..., disagreements..., and other issues.

    With these factors taken care of, Part 3 goes into potential remote contact techniques, namely Reach & Withdraw, Hello & OK, Ping & Receive, Poke & Receive, Hug & Release, Be the Other.

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    Not yet included in the latest zip file, but it is uploaded to the web site already.

    Paul
     
  14. RogerB

    RogerB Crusader

    Nice, Paul . . . . nice!

    R
     
  15. Hatshepsut

    Hatshepsut Crusader

    Ping and Receive?

    [video=youtube;s3DQh4mU95E]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3DQh4mU95E&feature=youtube_gdata_player[/video]
     
  16. Dulloldfart

    Dulloldfart Squirrel Extraordinaire

    Yup, the submarine sonar idea is where I took the name from, the idea of actively sending out a (relatively) gentle probing signal and then listening for any return signal. The contact techniques used are:

    Reach and Withdraw involves alternately reaching to and withdrawing from your loved one. It is particularly useful if you are backed off from communicating with your loved one, but it can be used in other circumstances too.

    Ping and Receive involves sending a brief telepathic "ping" to your loved one, then being receptive to any return message. It is more gentle than a "poke," a bit like blowing a kiss.

    Hello and OK involves saying hello to your loved one; having your loved one say OK to you (in your imagination); having your loved one say hello to you (in your imagination); and you saying OK to your loved one. The idea is that after a while real communications will replace the imagined ones.

    Send a Message involves alternately sending a message (in parts if long) to your loved one and listening for any response. The message may be about anything: a poem, a report on how the kids did at school today, whatever.

    Poke and Receive involves sending a brief telepathic "poke" to your loved one, then being receptive to any return message. It is more obtrusive than a "ping," and may contain any thought, emotion or effort. Strong emotions tend to "travel" better than weak ones.

    Hug and Release involves alternately (a) Hugging and releasing your loved one, then (b) Imagining your loved one hugging and releasing you. It is similar to Reach and Withdraw, but is more emotional and embracive.

    Be the Other involves being your loved one, then yourself; and having your loved one be you (in your imagination), then return to being your loved one again. The idea is to foster closeness and reality and as a result, communication.

    Paul
     
  17. Dulloldfart

    Dulloldfart Squirrel Extraordinaire

    I've added the ColorBreathing module to PaulsRobot3 now. The current zip file is updated and is downloadable direct as http://paulsrobot.com/zips/PaulsRobot3-AllToDate_2012-06-10.zip (243 MB).

    A simple way to charge the second level of the auric field is to do color breathing, since it contains all colors. This module is a PaulsRobot version of the procedure described in Barbara Brennan's book Light Emerging. Although this module is included in the Woowoo section at PaulsRobot, it is not hard to do the procedure, at least to some extent. This is a "feeling" procedure, not a "thinking" one.

    Because it solely involves positive, bright colors, this procedure can be used to generate "good stuff" to replace the negative energies one might have discharged with another module. Combine with Rub & Yawn for the best effect.

    Brennan's instructions are:

    Be sure that you follow the instructions carefully. Do not just think about the color, or you will make yellow. By thinking, you activate the third level of your field and draw energy to it. Yellow is the color you make when you think. To keep the energy coming into the second level of the field, you must feel the color. You must become the color. You must be the color. To become a color you must enter into the feeling state of that color.

    1. Hold the color in your hand, feel the color, look at it.
    2. Breathe the color in. Fill your whole body with the color.
    3. Become the color.
    4. Now breathe the color out.
    5. Breathe the color in again. This time fill your whole auric field with the color.
    6. Imagine that you are the color.
    7. Feel what it feels like to be the color.
    8. Now breathe the color out.
    9. Repeat this several times.
    10. Now breathe in the next color. Again, fill your body and field with the color.
    11. Repeat each color several times before you move on the next. As you do this, you will notice that different colors have different effects on your moods. Each color is associated with a principle or quality. If you need that attribute in your life, meditating on that color and bringing it into you will help you develop it in your life.
    The qualities she talks about in that last point are shown on this page: http://paulsrobot3.com/woowoo/colorbreathing/main-options.htm. Three of them are:

    • Indigo (Chakra 6: eyes, head, lower brain) Opens spiritual perception, brings the feeling of ecstasy. Helps you connect to the deeper mystery of spiritual life. Good for any organ near the sixth chakra.
    • Purple (Chakra 7: upper brain, eyes) Helps you integrate and move into spirituality, brings a sense of royalty. Helps increase a sense of leadership and respect.
    • Lavender: Brings a lighthearted attitude toward life. Clears and purges invading micro-organisms, brings a feeling of lightness.

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    This is a proper PaulsRobot module, but the procedure is easy to do in an informal setting, like walking along the street or stuck in traffic or something, and can be quite relaxing or energizing.

    Paul
     
  18. RogerB

    RogerB Crusader

    Yes, these are all good, Paul.

    The workability behind these processes is that, by doing these exercises on a knowing, volitional basis you accomplish a couple of things:
    1) you exercise and restore these abilities/powers
    2) you blow off and/or reverse any stuck conditions that impede or otherwise block these abilities to outflow/inflow; emanate/receive; reach/withdraw, etc.

    In my observation, Hubbard's notion of "reach and withdraw" as the basic thing a spiritual Being is doing is way incomplete and even inaccurate. Though it certainly may appear to be a great truth of existence from our perspective as separated Beings here in the physical universe.

    If one returns to or recovers one's earlier higher level state of relationship wherein we operate as omni-aware, permeating presences at-one with each other . . . that is, as individual Beings able to permeate and be-at-one and in harmony . . . then there is no "reach" and there is no having withdrawn from. What there is, is the action of emanating and perceiving/receiving throughout our mutual presence/union.

    It is a high state of mutual awareness.

    Rog

    Rog
     
  19. Dulloldfart

    Dulloldfart Squirrel Extraordinaire

    The whole purpose of these particular processes is to contact the other being. That is the entire reason for using this particular module. I don't really care how they relate to the user's own abilities per se; that isn't what this module is about.

    Paul
     
  20. RogerB

    RogerB Crusader

    Yes, I think that is correct and valid too . . . while you and I can see it gets the guy making contact with the other Being and restoring his ability to do . . . and realize many might find that notion of doing so purely spiritually a strange notion . . . I am simply pointing out some of the mechanisms and benefits derived from doing so.

    The present time likely reason the client is not in contact with the target Being is because of not only having separated but also putting up blocks like deniers and avoidances . . . so, I point out what will occur by having the guy do as you say: "contact the other Being."

    Rog
     

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