IAF Methods

Nap and Tap

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Goal

The participants relax and nearly go to sleep where the subconscious begins to push ideas into the consciousness. At this point ideas can be tapped.

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Materials

    Instructions

    Setting: No materials are needed but a quiet room where the lights can be lowered.

    Ideal conditions: This is best done late in the day or just after lunch where bio-rhytms are conducive to relaxing.

    1. Ask everyone to find a relaxing position, relax and to close their eyes for 10 minutes.

    2. Tell people that they are trying to reach that state just before going to sleep where images slowly drift into your mind.

    3. When a number of these images have come to consciousness, stop and write down everything you remember seeing. Write down everything without judging them at this point.

    4. Ask everyone to share the ideas they have.

    5. Use a processing method.

    Background

    Derived from: Contributed by Angie Theonis Teoh a university student at Hanze University, Groningen, The Netherlands.

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    • I suggest using a focus question before beginning this process, so that the images are focused on answering the question.

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