Ww. Favourite thread ever!
Absolutely fascinating - diolch o galon for going into such detail, and for pushing yourself towards your limits like this.
I’d recommend not doing this - I think what you’re hearing there is the voice of your subconscious need to control the new stuff - so you could remind yourself to ‘stop thinking, keep talking’ in a way - to be specific, if you push on through to the end of Course 3 and then just revisit 24 and 25 once every couple of weeks for a month, and then once every couple of months until you realise you really don’t need to, you will end up with the vast majority of the new stuff properly consolidated
[In fact, even if you don’t revisit 24 and 25, you’ll still get some serious consolidation going on over the next few weeks, but revisiting 24 and 25 will give you clearer evidence of the process]
So, 20/25 sessions of Course 3 in a weekend.
I think you’ve just set a new high water mark!
Everyone else reading this:
Meg is joining me in testing the boundaries of what is possible with intensive use of our sessions. If this inspires you to test your own boundaries, great - give it a shot and do please let me know how it goes!
BUT: if this makes you feel as though you ‘should’ be doing the course differently, ‘should’ be doing more lessons in a go, ‘should’ be learning more quickly - PLEASE ignore those negative ideas.
There isn’t ‘a right way’ to do these courses.
Meg and I (and others) are just testing stuff.
If you feel comfortable doing a lesson a week, on a half-an-hour a day basis, that is FINE. Heck, if you want to do a lesson a month, you’ll still be having some interesting conversations in just a couple of years.
So don’t let this put you off. If it’s inspiring, great. If it’s not, don’t even think about it, just carry on using the course in whatever way suits you