How to Prepare + What To Expect
Once you have scheduled your Woke Up Knowing Experience™ (WUKE), consider doing the following to get the most out of our work together.
Set aside at least half a day open before we begin to settle in, relax, and prepare your space and self.
If you will be sleeping somewhere other than your home or normal room, get there before our first call.
Set yourself up with note-taking or recording tools.
Have a calm evening, drink a lot of water, and rest, so you are as supple and available to the work as possible.
I also highly recommend doing meal and snack preparation or shopping the day before, so you don’t have to think too much about feeding yourself during the WUKE.
I'm going to be disturbing your sleep. Plan accordingly.
If you share a bed with others, you may want to sleep in a different room. If you share a house with kids who may be disturbed by our work or who you might be disturbed by, consider relocating for the day. Please let everyone in the house or sleeping area know what you are doing, in advance.
For your entire WUKE period, which is approximately 24 hours, commit to be fully available to pick up the phone or answer Skype, depending what method we choose.
Do not schedule work, recreation that involves being out in public or on demand for family members or friends. Noisy environments will disrupt the work.
You don’t always have to be alone, but you and I will be best served if you are available to go to a private area to work with me when I call.
Stay hydrated and nourished during the work.
Rest rest rest. You will need it. Everyone does.
You may also want to amplify your self-pleasuring and self-delighting activities in the hours and days after we work.
Be quiet (even the extroverts). Do not expect to be able to return to work immediately or accomplish complicated goals or obligations in the 8-24 hours post WUKE.
You will need time to integrate and re-enter.
If you have relocated for your WUKE, pad your time away from your regular schedule by at least one day, if at all possible.
If your first or second urge is to tell someone “everything that just happened,” resist that urge. Allow the work to live inside of you for a day or ten. Then, consciously decide who gets to know what, if anything.
As you start to build your ways of practicing what we discover or work on, then you can find ways to involve other parties with a higher level of social and spiritual responsibility.