In teaching this work, I often find that people have trouble wrapping their head around the idea of becoming no body, no one, no thing, no where, in no time. Of course, learning anything new in the beginning is going to be hard, but consider that you already know how to do this—and consider that you’ve already done it thousands of times. What am I talking about? Falling asleep.
When you begin the process of becoming no body, no one, no thing, no where, in no time, what you’re essentially doing is the same thing you do every night when you go to sleep. You get in a comfortable position, close your eyes, see blackness, and stop thinking—that's it. As you slide down the scale of brainwave frequencies into deep sleep, you move from beta to alpha to theta to delta. And if you’re not too stressed out, it happens rather quickly.