-Inner experiences are fluid, mild, easy to integrate.
-New spiritual insights are welcome, desirable, expansive.
-Easy differentiation between internal and external experiences and transition from one to other.
-Gradual infusion of ideas and insights into life.
-Experiences of energy that are contained and are easily manageable.
-Ease in incorporating non-ordinary states of consciousness into daily life.
-Slow gradual change in awareness of self and world.
-Ambivalence toward inner experiences, but willingness and ability to cooperate with them using guidance.
-Excitement about inner experiences as they arise, willingness and ability to cooperate with them.
-Accepting attitude toward change.
-Ease in giving up control. Trust in the process.
-Difficult experiences treated as opportunities for change.
-Positive experiences accepted as gifts.
-Infrequent need to discuss experiences.
-Discriminating when communicating about process (when, how, with whom).
-Inner experiences are dynamic, jarring, difficult to integrate.
-New spiritual insights may be philosophically challenging and threatening.
-Sometimes difficult to distinguish between internal and external experiences, or simultaneous occurrence of both. --Overwhelming influx of experiences and insights. -Experiences of jolting tremors, shaking, energy disruptive to daily life.
-Inner experiences interrupt and disturb daily life.
-Abrupt, rapid shift in perception of self and world.
-Resistance to change. Need to be in control.
-Dislike, mistrust of process.
-Difficult experiences are overwhelming, often unwelcome. -Positive experiences are difficult to accept, seem undeserved, can be painful.
-Frequent need to discuss experiences.
-Indiscriminate communication about process. (when, how, with whom)