A man came to me and said he wanted to learn of Sanctuary.
"It sounds interesting," he said. "It's just imagination, right?"
I laughed. "Just? What do you think imagination is?"
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The Project Sanctuary Story
A Project Sanctuary "story" is a sequence of events that has a beginning, a middle and an end and MOVES through its unfoldments.
By starting with a question, an artefact, or a problem, a story comes into being that is co-created by the conscious mind and the energy mind together and this story will eventually lead to a breakthrough on the topic - what we call a threshold shift.
Stories can be short and succinct, or very complex and involved to become a metastory, one of the most profound Project Sanctuary experiences - or any other type of experience, for that matter! - you can have.
Stories hold exponentially more information than lists of static facts; they are complex, organic metaphors. When we have Project Sanctuary story experiences and tell others about them - story telling - spontaneously a natural form of languaging comes into being that is called a metasong.
A man came to me and said he wanted to learn of Sanctuary.
Carna Zacharias-Miller writes: Tired of always playing alone in Sanctuary? Try this with a friend or client: Develop a Classic Game story together. It is a bonding experience and much fun!
An exploration into visions and conscious mind to energy mind communication that can change and save our lives.
And a fabulous Project Sanctuary vision->meditation->experience based on the movie, "The Matrix".
People who know how to play Project Sanctuary well have a huge competitive advantage when it comes to psychology and counselling -
... but they are also aware just how one EVOLVES the metaphor or as we prefer to call it, THE STORY, so that a person may experience a threshold shift.
These are very valuable skills indeed under any circumstance, but especially so when it comes to Events Psychology memory enrichment, and of course, installation of "absent events" or missing events.
Here is a wonderful example and case story about a man who thought "My father hates me ..."
A brand new fairy tale for 2010 - The Ice Prince by Silvia Hartmann.
The story is complete ... are you sitting comfortably?
These worlds, these kingdoms I have seen, they are not anywhere. There are not in this world, they are not even real, they are more like a dream come to life, or a nightmare ....
Fantasy Fiction short story The Widest Sharing by StarFields
One very basic wooden hut which contains a small fireplace, one window, a door, a small rough bed, plank floors.
On the bed, we have a dishevelled man of about 30 years of age, long, untidy, greasy dark hair, stubble beard, curled up facing towards the wall with his arms around his shoulders.
Sitting on the side of the bed, we have one child, 4 1/2 years old, with a puppy sleeping at her feet. She holds a plain metal cup which contains water and some bits of leaves she thought to add to make a healing soup for him.
Outside, the afternoon is advancing.
The story from Northold I want to share tonight is about a young man, the only son of a rich and aristocratic family, who was badly injured during birth, brain damaged through lack of oxygene we would suppose today.
There are innumerable fascinating games one can play in Sanctuary.
What happened when Nick meets therapist Sandy in his quest to fall out of love.
(Nick, 35, a former advertising executive, is experiencing emotional problems following the break up with his girlfriend Julia. He can't stop thinking about her and has begun a quest to discover 99 ways to fall out of love.
Online complete fantasy fiction story about graves, graveyards, creatures, reclaimers, treasure and the book of the law by Silvia Hartmann.
This is an interesting Project Sanctuary story on many different levels, created by PS Master Margreet Vink from Holland. Margreet was given a "The Gift" - a lemon tree in a pot by StarFields aka Silvia Hartmann - at one time. But rather than just saying "Thank you, that's neat!" as we usually do with The Gifts, Margreet took the The Gift of the lemon tree into her sanctuary and planted it there.
Silvia writes: I was taking some time out from all that Events Psychology work and strolling in Sanctuary with my good friend, Lord Lucian, who is not a spirit guide but more of a fellow spirit, as well as providing excellent company on many occasions.
We were looking for a new game to play and after all I've been through for the past few months, something did occur to me - and it turned out to be rather special ...
So there's a person, and they had a nightmare which woke them up in a cold sweat of fear, with heart thumping, and the nightmare featured an owl.
Soul Piloting is inexplicable. It is an extraordinary experience, and never more so than when it comes upon one unexpected, out of the blue. There are always lessons for the living there; but Soul Piloting isn't about the lessons, it is about the stories. Here is the story of Moon Deer and her children.
It came to pass that ideas were required to get something going that was languishing, and underperforming, and not doing well at all.All around the conference table sighed and shook their heads; many things had already been tried and they had all failed to produce profit and results, and now, everyone was depressed, and disheartened.Until one amongst them cried - "Let's get out the Genius Symbols! There MUST be things we haven't thought of yet - just one good idea will do! Let's not give up just yet, let's do it RIGHT NOW!"
StarFields writes: Do you remember a time when you still believed in Father Christmas?
When the idea of a being that could deliver gifts to all the children of the world in a single night was the truth? Do you remember when you stopped believing?
Do you remember when you found out that the adults were lying, that it was a huge conspiracy against the children, and did a part of you become very sad, and very cynical at time? If so, there might be something that can be done to restore the faith in magic.
Here is my story.
A good story has the power to heal.
Silvia writes: On the Project Sanctuary forum, I set a "Game of the Week" every so often. Players can, if they want to, play the game, Sanctuary style, and some will post the results of the game back to the forum. This week's game was as follows: "By whichever means you choose, travel to a different planet. Somewhere you have never been before. Let yourself be taken there and observe, do as must be done, then return. Travel broadens the mind :-) " Here are seven fascinating and very different stories about this journey, all of which illustrate some important aspects of playing Project Sanctuary nicely. And apart from that, they are fascinating stories, generated spontaneously and instantly - once you know how to play for your own personal development and creativity practice.
Mary Haines writes: I wanted to write a story for my god daughter Susy who was going to be 4. I wanted it to be just the right story for her. So, I set my intention before entering sanctuary asking my energy mind to give me a story.
It is called "Johnny's Bad Day" and there's a link to see me reading out the story on Youtube.
One of the basic premises of Project Sanctuary is that stories "carry" more information than lists of dry facts, and are therefore, superior information transmission devices. Stories (as opposed to lists of facts or statistics of such) also work more naturally with the actual neurology of human beings - stories are more memorable, more impactful, and far more stable across time than any other form of human communication. I have used this principle to transmit extremely complex information in a wonderfully easy way, easy enough in fact for little children to engage with the information content. 121 special stories, and all are available free online.
Project Sanctuary gives us a fabulous format to explore and to change internal representations, or our personal realities, that hide out of view behind labels such as "falling in love".
"Falling in love"?
What DOES that mean? What does that mean TO YOU?
If you allow yourself to really step into it and become aware of what that *is* for you, what is it? I said mine was stepping off the edge of reason and literally falling into some huge pitch black endless stone well type of hole in the ground, out of control, screaming and flailing, and then landing bone-crunchingly at the bottom, amidst a pile of dry sculls and the dusty last remnants of other fools who had fallen into the same damn hole over the centuries!
Silvia Hartmann writes: Fairy tales have an inordinate effect on human beings. They are very specific stories, set in a "timeless" dimension and they act on the neurology in a very specific way.
"Embedded" when we are but children, and with their true messages quite hidden under the surface, fairy tales program a range of codes of conduct and behaviour specific to the societies that tell them to train their youngsters to grow up into good productive citizens.
Fairy tales are the carriers for deep programming, as are other types of stories which function on the same timeless "once upon a time in a faraway land" principle and this programming is not just resistant to being undone later on with conscious interventions and decisions and willpower, but is actually structurally out of reach from attempts of the adult mind to free itself from these entrainments. Simply put, to de-program a fairy tale, you need ANOTHER fairy tale. And nothing else will do.
"Project Sanctuary is the source of never ending growth and development that I have craved. I can learn and explore more of life in an afternoon in sanctuary than I can in months at university." Helen McMillan