1. Study the figure
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3. Go to each point in sequence.
Doing the same thing, focus your attention on the first thirty-one points, one point at a time. Go slowly, and imagine yourself being located at each of the points as you reach it. Notice a sense of warmth and heaviness before going on. Don't let your mind wander. At first this might be hard to do; as you'll discover that some times you'll forget that you're doing the exercise and can you easily start daydreaming or thinking about something else. When you lose your place, just return to the beginning or the last number point you remember doing, and continue. First do this with thirty-one points until you can do all of them in sequence without daydreaming or losing track.
4. Next practice all sixty-one points.
Once you can do thirty-one points in sequence, then do Steps 1 and 2 with all sixty-one points. Do this until you can do all sixty-one points without losing your focus. Now you're ready to use this exercise with a lucid dream induction technique.