From the moment you wake up, try to view this reality as a dream. Imagine that everything happening in your day is a dream of your desired reality (DR) or wake reality (WR) self.
During the day, try to imagine that the sounds you hear are from your DR/WR. For example, the conversation with your family could be the sound of the television in your DR/WR home, and the music you hear could be the sound of headphones on your sleeping DR/WR body.
Try to maintain this mindset throughout the day and when night falls, pair this with another shifting method for a faster experience of symptoms.
Imagine that the reality you are currently in is just a dream, created by your desired reality self. Imagine that the sounds, sights, and everything around you are all part of this dream. Spend a moment visualizing this idea in your mind.
Next, imagine yourself slowly waking up from this dream and transitioning into your desired reality. Imagine the scenery and objects around you changing to match your desired reality. Take your time with this visualization and add in as much detail as possible.
As you continue to imagine this shift, repeat affirmations such as “I am grateful to be in my desired reality,” “I am in my desired reality now,” and “I have successfully shifted.” You may begin to notice symptoms of shifting, such as tingling or a floating sensation, but try not to panic. Remember, you are simply transitioning into your desired reality.