[In private correspondence, a TMO student brought up an issue that's been apparent for some time now, having to do with how overwhelming Lesson Six ("Consciousness Raising") can seem. Below is my reply.]
I think Lesson Six is the most challenging of all the TMO Lessons. Mostly because of how I wrote the Lesson. Out of necessity (i.e., to explain the whole thing in *one* Lesson) I instructed how to perform TMO from all five levels of Self *in a single session* but in reality, these can (and probably should) be split up. In other words, you don't need to work with all five levels in the same session as the audio Lesson indicates.
Lessons One through Four taught you how to perform TMO from the Malkuth perspective, so that phase of Lesson Six is already a part of your experience. What Lesson Six is mostly about is teaching you how to perform TMO from the perspectives of Tiphareth, Binah, Chokmah and Kether. Therefore, I suggest that you focus first upon performing it from the Tiphareth perspective and then, once you've mastered that to your satisfaction, move on to performing it from the Binah perspective, and so on. This method is much more manageable and much less daunting than trying to master all five perspectives all at once. :)
My best to you,
:) Rawn Clark
27 Oct 2004