Lock your door and pull/push the handle lightly just to confirm it is locked securely. Now for the rest of the check just look at the door and lock area with your eyes open at all times.
Now imagine a 3-foot long bolt lock is attached to the outside of the door. Notice what style it is. Is it rusty or shiny? Old or new? When the bolt hits the other end hear a loud clanging sound.
Now we attach this imagery to a body part. So, in this case, like in the original version, we’ll label this information to our nose, except it’s slightly different. For this part, we’ll imagine the key being pushed up our nostril but just until it’s slightly uncomfortable. Then to secure this imaginary key in place we visualize a bandage wrapping around our entire head.
This long bandage continues to wrap around and all over our head, including the entire face and scalp. Now we look like an Egyptian mummy with gaps for our eyes to see and mouth to breath.
Although in other examples we wrap around the armor this is not necessary for this version of the system. In the other versions we used imaginary pain and as we don’t in this example I don’t feel it’s necessary.
The final thing to do is to once again gently push or pull the handle of your locked door and continue on your way. Should you worry about your front door at work or at the shopping mall, just remember that you look like a live Egyptian mummy and whenever you hear that word you wonder if others can notice all those bandages?
We labeled these bandages to your face at the same time we physically checked the door. Don’t think of your actual door at home, just all those bandages and key up your nose.