by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© December 2020, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is solely the opinion of the author and is for educational purposes only. It is not intended as diagnosis, prescription, treatment or cure for any health conditions.
Managing time is essential for success with the development program. In fact, the development program teaches time management because without it following the program is impossible.
The development program requires cooking, so here are ways to save time in the kitchen:
- Frigidaire refrigerators have removable bins in the door. You can fill them with vegetables and take out the bins when you chop vegetables. I bought another bin so I have four of them.
- A manual pressure cooker can sit on the stove all day. Wash it out just once daily after dinner or in the morning before breakfast. Wash it inside and out, and wash the top.
- Use paper plates to save time washing dishes. Some paper plates can be reused for two or even three meals if you rinse them after each use.
- To save time washing silverware, place a coffee mug or large cup in the sink. After each meal if you don’t want to wash silverware immediately, place them in the cup with some water and soap. They will then be easy to clean later.
- Set the table while food is cooking.
- Keep supplements on the table where you eat. When you sit down to eat, begin by getting your supplements ready. You could do this at the end of the meal if you prefer.
- Keep a broom or dust pan near the table to make it easy to sweep the eating area after meals.
1. SCHEDULE YOUR DAY
A basic principle of time management is to set up schedules for yourself and follow the schedule.
Some people think this will make life no fun, too rigid or too constricted. Actually, schedules have the opposite effect. They alone allow you have the freedom to do what you want. Otherwise, your life becomes chaotic and you will accomplish little.
Systems theory states this idea as structure determines functioning. If you want excellent functioning, you need to set up a structure that allows it.
2. IF YOU DON’T CONTROL YOUR LIFE OTHER PEOPLE WILL TEND TO CONTROL IT
This is most important to know. Others may not intentionally try to disrupt your schedule, but it just occurs.
SCHEDULING IS ESSENTIAL FOR HAPPY RELATIONSHIPS
Scheduling and time management are not just methods of getting things done. They are also essential for high quality personal relationships. We all know how annoying it is when others show up late for appointments or must leave suddenly because they are out of control of their time.
3. WRITE DOWN YOUR SCHEDULE AND KEEP TO IT
This is another important principle of time management. Most people need to be somewhat formal in this way.
For example, turn off phones and computers except when you have scheduled time for phone calls. If you must have a phone turned on, and the phone rings, explain to the caller that you care about them, but you need to keep to your schedule and will call back at a later time.
Exceptions. An exception is emergencies such as a child or friend in trouble. We discuss emergencies below.
4. IF YOUR SCHEDULE IS NOT WORKING, CHANGE IT. BUT DO NOT GIVE UP ON SCHEDULING
This is also important. Do not feel as though you must follow a schedule that is not working for you. It is fine to try out various scheduling ideas until you find what works for you. But do not give up on the whole idea of scheduling.
5. BUILD YOUR SCHEDULE AROUND MEAL TIMES
This is very wise way to set up your daily schedule. Meals need to be at least 3-4 hours apart and not skipped. By setting up your schedule around mealtimes, you help assure that this important aspect of a development program occurs smoothly each day.
Building your schedule around mealtimes includes allowing time for cooking and cleaning up. It also means that you schedule shopping trips, appointments and more so you are home in time for meals.
6. SCHEDULE A LITTLE EXTRA TIME FOR ACTIVITIES
In other words, your schedule should have some flexibility in it. For example, you might decide you will eat lunch between noon and 12:30, not just at noon every day.
This helps you relax. It also helps you to keep to your schedule when emergencies arise or you just need a little extra time to complete a task or a procedure.
If you schedule too tightly, you will find your schedule disrupted more often and this is discouraging and upsetting.
Be sure to allow a little extra time when driving places, both to relax more and for safety. If you arrive early at your destination, lock the car doors and rest a few minutes or do a few minutes of the Pulling Down Procedure sitting in the car.
MAKE LISTS FOR SHOPPING AND CHORES
Making lists for shopping does not mean you have a bad memory. It is just wise time management so that you don’t waste time and forget important items or tasks.
USE CLOCKS AND TIMERS
This may sound obvious, but some people think they can just guess how long they have spent on an activity. You don’t need to wear a watch with an alarm, but this is one option.
Another option is to buy a stopwatch or just buy inexpensive digital timers and have several around the house. We do not recommend using a cell phone as your timer because it exposes you to harmful electromagnetic frequencies.
TWO WAYS TO USE TIMERS
Timing up. This is the use of a timer to just keep track of how long you have been doing a procedure. You set a kitchen timer at 0 and turn it on. It counts up and there is no alarm. Use it when the more time you spend on the procedure, the better.
Timing down. This is the use of a timer to limit how long you spend on a procedure. For example, you set the timer for 20 minutes when you begin a coffee enema and an alarm sounds after 20 minutes to let you know it is time to end the procedure.
THE PHONE ISSUE
Some people feel they save time by carrying around a cell phone so they can take phone calls whenever and wherever they are.
While this is helpful in some instances, we believe it is often a distraction because many calls are not that important and just disrupt your schedule. In addition, all cell phones emit harmful frequencies and are harmful for health, no matter what some authorities assert.
In addition, cell phones allow the government and many others to track your every movement and listen in to all your conversations. We believe this is illegal, but it is the situation today.
In addition, the rogues use phones to send subliminal messages to everyone, including sending pain signals and pleasure signals to your body through the phone. This is a subtle method of conditioning that they use extensively. They are also using cell phones for contact tracing and other activities we think are absolutely illegal invasions of privacy.
For most people, carrying a cell phone around is very foolish, in our view. Use it to keep in touch with children, if needed, but preferably have your children at home or with you.
This author, who leads a busy life, keeps a simple flip phone in his car for emergencies, but uses it only rarely for emergencies. Otherwise, he keeps it shut off with the battery disconnected. He noticed that when he puts the battery in, he gets a headache. This indicating the phone is spewing toxic frequencies, even when shut off.
It is excellent to combine procedures to save time. In fact, it is the only way to do the program thoroughly. For example, combine the pulling down procedure with coffee enemas. The enemas make the pulling down procedure easier.
As you become more experienced with the pulling down procedure, you will be able to do it during other procedures such as time in a sauna, vaginal coffee implants and peroxide implants.
SHORTER HAIR IS HELPFUL
It may seem odd to include cutting the hair in an article about time management. However, short hair will save any woman hours spent washing and combing the hair.
Having a ‘boy’ haircut is also much safer for women. It also speeds up women’s development, perhaps because it moves one’s focus, and that of other people, away from the head. One’s focus should be on the feet in order to always move subtle energy downward through the body.
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