The Mentorship Program
Preparation for the Sessions
Preparing for Session 1
to the first mentoring session, which occurs some time before your first
pages 1-44 of the pink workbook, Exercise your Intuitive Heart.
pages 21-44 of the pink workbook, and as you do so, imagine how you will
conduct the group.
The session is divided into two major sections: working with the breath and heart, and doing the memory exercise.
To familiarize yourself with the depth of the
breath exercise, you may read this excerpt from the book, The Intuitive
To familiarize yourself with the depth of the focus on the heart, you may read this excerpt from the book, The Intuitive Heart.
You can see me doing the "in my experience" exercise in the third segment of the video, at approximately 0:14.
To familiarize yourself with the steps of the "In My Experince" exercise, you may read this excerpt from the book, The Intuitive Heart.
/ Topics to Discuss:
Initial meditation has been changed and shortened. You can do the full
meditation at the start of each session.
To read the script for this "Inspired Heart" induction, click
To read the script for this "Inspired Heart" induction, click here!
Two openers: Who recalls regretting NOT following a hunch? Give some
examples of experiences that seem to be intuition
Consider asking each person to say why they came to the group, what are
The breath observations builds intuitive perception... exploring the
unknown or unfamiliar in terms of metaphors
Don’t underestimate the value of praising people, showing interest in
their comments, ask for more, helping them open up to strangers
In the video, note that it’s about me doing the exercise, me being
patient, exploratory, taking my time, a real sharing... not just a test to
see if I’m right, and we continue to explore after the question is
Make a tape of the induction (bottom of page 34: “[say Focus
Person and Helping person instead of] Person A...” to end of first
column on page 36 “...with your partner.” Make this tape to play for
the group (including you) in case you have an even number of people and
you need to partner up! Important
The Breath and Heart meditation prior to the memory coming is important
preparation. Be sure to review it, stress its importance as a transforming
state of awareness.
Ask a real “need to know” question, don’t test your partner
Sometimes the memory is touchy, but go ahead and share it...
For follow-up, suggest people play a “game” with people, making up
After the session write up any story about a good outcome. Our work needs
good examples we can write about.
for Session 1:
See typical questions, listed above.
How do you think the people understood the inner experience of breathing,
and the key phrase, “trust the inspiration.”
Did you hear any good stories about people’s exchanges in the “In My
Experience” exercise that might be written up?