This is based on our own experiments in planning a UFO familiarization flight, similar to what was recently proposed by Steve Beckow for February 4, 2012.
So here’s a few ideas for our familiarization flight that I think most of you already know, but expressing them might help get us to where we need to be, help guarantee success, etc. This is just a suggestion – I recognize and honor that everyone is different!
Before you go to bed Saturday Night
(You may wish to get a notebook and pen and a glass of water and put them next to your bed, if possible)
1. Try to avoid having too much alcohol to drink that evening, because we want to remember this! A little is probably okay, but even a little will make you thirsty, and may interrupt your process (if you like, drink a bit of energized water).
2. Whether or not you meditate, try to take a moment to think of something that makes you feel really, really happy: family, food, candy, some event in your life. You may wish to use this to clear your mind, if there’s a lot going on up there! Just try to think of that one thing.
3. Once you feel GREAT, say in your mind “I am going to join my friends tonight on a mothership for a one hour trip, and I am going to remember what happened!”
4. Try not to fall asleep before expressing your intent
5. Don’t worry about trying to schedule what time you fall asleep – they will time jump us all to the same spot and time.
6. Pleasant dreams, and know that we will see you soon!
7. If you feel yourself starting to feel afraid, sometimes you can recite to yourself a nursery rhyme, like “row row row your boat”, and this will help ease your fears
8. You can try to “take control” of the dream, but remember that this can also result in getting “kicked out”. This is just a familiarization flight, so sit back and enjoy the ride
9. Our galactic friends will be happy to answer our questions – remember this is a great honor for them to have us on board, since we are finally rejoining our family, even if only for a little while.
10. There is no such thing as a dumb question!
11. There’s a high likelihood this will look nothing like a familiarization flight, and that’s okay too. Your brain will be translating the event into something that you need at that time. Roll with it – I feel every experience is valid and relevant!
After the dream
12. If you find yourself waking up right after the dream, try to remember to write it down – some of us forget our dreams soon after they happened, but there’s a “window” of opportunity where we can remember it just after we wake up. Even if you don’t remember it, sometimes if you start writing, the dream will just start to come to you. Write down whatever comes into your head, but don’t be selective as to what you write.
13. Don’t feel disappointed if nothing happens. Sometimes it’s more important that we get a good night’s sleep! It is after all your “higher self” who will be participating in this, and know that you were there, even if you can’t remember it!
14. I’ll be following up with my contacts after the fact to find out how things went. I encourage everyone else to do the same, if possible.
It’s okay if the accounts are wildly different, we are not going for accuracy, we are going for experience!
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