Some Directed Processes

These are some directed processes, in the sense that one may look as directed by these processes. These processes may be done in conjunction with 12 STEPS OF MINDFULNESS. They may go to conclusion quite fast.

Please keep in mind that, in looking, one simply recognizes what is there. If nothing is there then one recognizes that nothing is there.

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KHTK Process #1

“Look around in your mind and spot something that is trying to grab your attention.”

“Accept it non-judgmentally, and experience it without resisting.”

Repeat these steps until there is nothing new that is trying to grab your attention.

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KHTK Process #2

“Look around in your mind and spot something there.”

“Accept it non-judgmentally, and experience it without resisting.”

Repeat these steps until there is nothing new to spot.

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KHTK Process #3

“Look around in your mind and spot unfinished communication that is hanging around.”

“Accept it non-judgmentally, and experience it without resisting.”

Repeat these steps until no unfinished communication is hanging around.

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KHTK Process #4

“Spot something that another may not want to look at.”

“Accept it non-judgmentally, and experience it without resisting.”

Repeat these steps until nothing new is coming up.

“Spot something that others may not want to look at.”

“Accept it non-judgmentally, and experience it without resisting.”

Repeat these steps until nothing new is coming up.

“Spot something that you may rather not look at.”

“Accept it non-judgmentally, and experience it without resisting.”

Repeat these steps until nothing new is coming up.

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KHTK Process #5

“Spot something in your mind that is exhausting to look at.”

“Accept it non-judgmentally, and experience it without resisting.”

Repeat these steps until nothing new is coming up.

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KHTK Process #6

“Spot something in your mind that you are willing to re-experience.”

“Accept it non-judgmentally, and experience it without resisting.”

Repeat these steps until nothing new is coming up.

“Spot a postulate you made for future that you would be willing to experience.”

“Accept it non-judgmentally, and experience it without resisting.”

Repeat these steps until nothing new is coming up.

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KHTK Process #7

“Spot something that you or somebody wouldn’t mind forgetting.”

“Accept it non-judgmentally, and experience it without resisting.”

Repeat these steps until nothing new is coming up.

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KHTK Process #8

“Spot something that you or somebody would permit to have happen again.”

“Accept it non-judgmentally, and experience it without resisting.”

Repeat these steps until nothing new is coming up.

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Comments

  • Chris Thompson  On December 14, 2011 at 11:58 PM

    Tell me about your goal for a directed process as opposed to an un-directed process.

  • vinaire  On December 15, 2011 at 6:42 AM

    The goal of a directed process is to simply provide a direction for the application of KHTK principles. If you look at all other KHTK excercises they are pretty much non-directed.

    In non-directed exercises the person determines where to look.

    In a directed exercise the person is given a broad direction in which to look. There may be something or nothing to be looked at in that direction, and that is left to the person to find out.

    By its very nature, KHTK is completely non-judgmental. A directed process may be considered to be slightly judgmental because the assumption is, “There may exist something for the person to look at in that direction.” However, the person also has complete freedom to determine if something does or does not exist in that direction.

    So, the goal of a directed process is simply to provide some assistance to a person in looking, with the proviso that the process does not imply that there must be something to be found in that diection.

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  • Chris Thompson  On December 15, 2011 at 11:13 AM

    I understand thank you for clearing that up for me.

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