Learning by yourself



To achieve Next Level Learning you can do the exercises by yourself as described below. This is a subpage of the page about independent learning.

The exercises for learning by yourself make use of the book "Consciousness upgrade" and the tool for Next Level Learning. The tool consists of two animations, the first has the title "A new perspective" and the second has the title "Everything necessary for Next Level Learning". These animations are referred to below as 1 (first) or 2 (second).


Practical guidelines for learning by yourself

There are a number of things you can do to positively influence the result of the exercises:
- do not put any time pressure on it.
- complete an exercise before you stop.
- do not make a planning of what you are going to do.
- try to do it slowly and with attention.
- take regular breaks (in addition to the indicated breaks)
- preferably do the exercises in your own language

You will repeat a number of exercises several times and a few of these exercises you will do in slightly different variations each time.


Exercise 1:
1a) Do the exercise as described on page 51 of the tool (without someone else). You check for yourself with each question whether you can explain it to yourself.

1b) Check whether you can explain what you see in the book in observations 1-8 on the pages 18-26 using what you have seen in the second animation at the question 1-6 in the 2nd animation of the tool. Before you do this, read the introduction to the observations in the book on pages 15-17.


Exercise 2:
2a) Go through the first animation and explain to yourself what you see happening on pages 6 and 8 based on what you have understood from animation 2 and the observations in the book.


Exercise 3:
3a) Do the exercise as described on pages 52 and 53 of the tool (without someone else). The first time you do this exercise you write down your answers, for both the three main questions as well as the three sub questions a, b and c. Every time thereafter doing this exercise you take a different situation with this exercise but you do not write down your answers.

3b) Check your answers to the 1st question (and sub-questions) of page 53 with the observations 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 and the corresponding descriptions on pages 18-23 of the book. Do this check both for the situation of this session and also for the situation of the first time that you did this exercise (and for which you wrote down the answers). Regarding the answers that you originally wrote down at 3a, write down any changes you think improve the answers (and also keep the original text).


Take a break and then look back on the above exercises. If there were any significant tensions while doing the exercises or if there is still tension, irritation, confusion, unrest, doubt, question marks, uncertainty, a tendency to make comments, drop out, finish it off etc then go back to exercise 1 and repeat the whole. The next time you get here continue to the next exercise after this break.


Exercise 4:
4a) Do the second exercise as described on page 54 of the tool (without someone else).

4b) Check your answers to the 1st question (and sub-questions) on page 53 of the tool with the observations 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 and the corresponding descriptions on pages 18-23 of the book.


Exercise 5:
5a) If there was any tension while doing the above exercises, what is the cause? Write down this answer.

5b) Check your answer of 5a with what you see at the questions 1, 2 and 3 of the 2nd animation and then check it with the observations 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 and the corresponding descriptions on pages 18-23 of the book.

5c) If you have already done this exercise before, compare your answer with the answer from the previous time.


Exercise 6:
6a) If there was any tension while doing the above exercises, what is required to resolve the tension without changing the situation or circumstances? Write down this answer.

6b) Check your answer of 6a with what you see at the questions 4, 5, 6 and 7 of the 2nd animation and then check it with the observations 6, 7 and 8 and corresponding descriptions on pages 23-26 of the book.

6c) If you have already done this exercise before, compare your answer with the answer from the previous time.


Take a break and then go back to exercise 2 and repeat the whole. The next time you get here you will have completed the exercises.


You will achieve Next Level Learning automatically

Continue on the page about independent learning under the heading "You will achieve Next Level Learning automatically".