I know there are no people free of… the touch of evil, you name it but there are many degrees of it and that’s what I was referring to. But yes, good point, it’s also about self-discovery. It offers also a better susceptibility to the subs in general but I’ve always been susceptible to any kind of programming. I must admit the sub looks very appealing to me but it costs a lot of time I could invest in some other sub and I have no clue how to gauge if I need it. I don’t want to leave it to my desires.
I dont think you should do it. I have personally run most of the subs here, and some of the toughest including emperor and Khan. The warnings on this one seem pretty serious. Not interested in fear-mongering, but if you are feeling like you aren’t sure about it, maybe it’s best to wait and run something that you think is worth more for you at this point and come to it later.
For me it was an instant decision because I KNEW I need this and was thinking about it especially past few days (literally last night again this thought came to mind again).
Also, I’ll be honest mate, I don’t think I want to jump into a 4 month minumum journey focused only on healing. First of all it would be hard as fuck. Second of all, I am already having trouble doing one month of healing without having some subliminal pushing myself to grow…
I looked at this and thought it would be perfect but it bought me back to our conversation yesterday about how Khan Stage 1 and 2 really made us feel a certain way and that we are finally moving forward (in a good way).
I’m also not ready to embark on the journey but I may buy it so I have it for when I’m ready.
You can never get enough healing. Dragon Reborn is more than “healing” though. It’s more like a rebirth + complete restoration. After I finish testing Primarch, I think I’m giving DR a run myself.
DR goes much deeper than Khan’s Total Breakdown. Not because Khan is a “weaker” title, but its aim is much different than DR’s.
Most likely ST4. But @Fire will have to clarify. DR is exceptionally powerful and hits very deep. You can see in the copy that Fire recommends not even attempting a run unless you already have some experience with our titles – preferably the healing ones. I feel like DR will work best when you’ve already gotten yourself out of the darkness and now you have the mental and spiritual capacity to address even deeper issues.
Uh. I dunno about that, rofl. Might be a bit too much. Remember, don’t try to brute force your subconscious into submission.
Don’t ‘hedge your bets’ by running both programs. Commit fully to this one program.
It is not only a ‘healing’ program. It is a metamorphosis program.
When a caterpillar emerges from its chrysalis, its cocoon, it is a different animal. Its goals, its activities, even its diet and its living environment–all are now changed somewhat.
So, if you are going to engage in this kind of a process, engage it fully and, for a time at least, lay down the tasks and projects that have consumed you. Treat this Dragon Reborn as a kind of retreat, a kind of transformative cocoon. Enter into it and give yourself time to see what feels most relevant when you emerge. It may be that returning to Khan is indeed even more compelling than it was before. Even still, the energy you bring to it will be changed and upgraded.
This is my intuitive opinion, of course. But I think that carrying Khan into Dragon Reborn would be like bringing a security blanket.
My sense is that if you are going to pair this program with something else, that should be 1) some form of private journaling or some other way of reflecting on who you are and what’s happening in your life, and 2) experiencing situations, actions, people, etc., in your real life. Explore who you are by actually doing things and paying attention to yourself being in your life. See what in you is trying to change and how things are affecting you. And then bring those observations and feelings back to the subliminal, to give it more material to work with.
This is actually the opposite of my intention. I want to make the next couple of months as difficult/challenging for me as possible, since I’m working from home anyway and allowed very limited social contact.