Now you’re ready to begin the actual neuropatterning sessions. Don’t rush through the course. Be patient as you do your daily sessions. The brain appears to integrate new tasks and functions best when they are presented over a period of time. Redo each session or parts of a session as many times as you wish before proceeding to the next session. On your first time through, do the sessions in the sequence presented. Mastering the techniques and doing the word sounds in sequence pays off in the long run.
Though there is no set time to spend on the neuropatterning sessions, try to spend about an hour a day doing the sessions during the first two to three weeks. Your daily practice time could be as one block of time or perhaps divided into two 30-minute blocks of time, one in the morning and one in the evening–whatever works best for your own schedule. During these times, you should immerse yourself in the sessions as fully as the surroundings permit. If you miss a day or a practice time occasionally, that’s okay. But, generally, you’ll get out of the course what you put into it.
As you gain fluency, you can reduce your practice time. Eventually, you may find that you can maintain fluency with just 10-20 minutes of practice time a few days a week. After several weeks you’ll get a feel for what works best for you as an individual.
Don’t be misled by what may appear to be the simplicity of the course at first glance. The material is fairly complex, and the simplicity of its implementation is a reflection of the time and effort that went into it. The program is a carefully orchestrated sequence using techniques designed to have powerful effects on the brain. You’ll realize how closely the parts fit together as you go along.