Do you vary your hours in any way now that you’re on the second go-around?
Doing a second round through the whole process makes a lot of intuitive sense to me. I guess it might be good to let the ground (of the subconscious mind) ‘lie fallow’ for a while in between runs.
One way to do it (for me) would be:
(I’m assuming a major program here. I’ll use Ecstasy of Gold as an example.).
pre-step: do the inventory of your life circumstances and goals; intentions and obligations, etc. Figure out where your area of greatest focus, effort, and priority is likely to be in this phase of your life. Choose program(s). (With Ecstasy of Gold, your priority at this time would be some version of ‘mastering wealth generation and management’.
- Do a one-year intensive run-through with the 1-2 programs that are at the highest priority. At the beginning of that year, set the stack/playlist, get it up and running and then,
1a) shift your focus back to building your desired life results just like you would have done without the subliminal program. Find role models. Add necessary learning of information and skills. Run experiments and practice. Make plans.
(For Ecstasy of Gold, this will be reviewing your external and internal resources and obstacles with regard to wealth building; creating short-, mid-, and long-term strategic plans related to skills acquisition, relationship building, product/service development, business planning; and then going on from there.)
- At the end of the year, tone down the listening to maintenance levels, and keep that focus on the exciting, motivating processes now going on in your life. Move on to your next subliminal program; but maintain the actions and projects that you have developed.
(For example, if EoG and Emperor helped you to establish a business, then keep running your business and learning how to maintain and improve it well.)
- After 6 months to a year (or maybe after 1-3 years, depending on the person), come back to the first major program(s), now you’ll be at a more experienced and accomplished level. (With EoG, you’ll be returning to stage 1, but this time as a somewhat experienced business owner. You’ll have more specific and refined goals, ideas, and obstacles.) Now, you’ll run through the entire four stages again. Taking them to a deeper and more advanced level.
Anyway, @Michel, am just brainstorming here. Your post kind of kicked off this idea in my head.