FASTER DEVELOPMENT FOR WOMEN
by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© November 2020, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
The primary goal of the healing programs offered on this website is development. It is the deepest healing possible for a human being. If you are not familiar with it, read Introduction To Development.
A challenge for women is that they develop more slowly than men, especially during the early stages of development. One reason is that men have an organ between their legs that reminds them to move energy downward at all times. This promotes rapid development.
Women have a somewhat opposite situation. They do not have an organ between the legs that rubs on the pants and other objects. Women also have the breasts higher up on the body that rub on the bra and clothing. This tends to move a womenÕs energy upward. This is the incorrect direction of flow of subtle energy through the body.
Insert an object. An answer to this problem is for women to insert a small, lightweight object into the vagina.
The purpose. The object slightly irritates or tickles the area all day and all night long. It helps keep oneÕs attention moving in a downward direction. This, in turn, will cause a woman develop significantly faster. She will usually develop at about twice the speed using this method.
WHAT OBJECT TO USE
The object can be a Styrofoam packing peanut. Instead, one can use a small plastic bead sold at bead stores.
Using a bead has the advantage that it comes with a small hole drilled through it. You can put a piece of thread or string through the hole so that when you put the bead inside, the thread will hang out of the vagina and this makes it easy to remove the bead for cleaning.
A few women prefer not to use a plastic object. If you are concerned about toxicity from plastic, leave the bead outside in the sun for a few days and it will outgas.
Some beads are painted and paint can chip off. We donÕt believe this is a problem. If it is a concern, use a bead that is not painted.
Some women use an olive pit or a date pit. However, you must first file down the sharp ends of the pit.
One can use a small glass bead. This is fine, but it weighs considerably more than a plastic bead and thus may not stay inside as well.
Size. A good size for many women is a round object about ¾ inch diameter or 2 centimeters in diameter. In some women who have given birth, the vagina is stretched and in this case one may prefer a somewhat larger object.
CONCERNS WITH THIS METHOD
1. Irritation. Just placing a small object such as a packing peanut in the vagina will not work. Most women are quite sensitive inside the vagina. At first, most women will feel quite irritated from having an object in the vagina. If it remains longer, it could cause bleeding and infection.
Therefore, one must follow a procedure to slightly toughen the tissues of the vagina so that the small object can remain in the vagina all day and all night, as well. This procedure is in the section below.
If one is accustomed to using tampons during menstruation, then the vagina may already be toughened and one will not require the conditioning procedure to get used to the vaginal object. For menstruation, we recommend using pads rather than tampons because tampons contain a number of somewhat toxic chemicals.
2. Cleanliness. Take the object out every night before bed and wash it with soap and water. Never keep it in for more than 24 hours at a time or it could cause an infection.
If you use a string attached to the object so you donÕt lose the object inside, it is not quite as clean, but we have not had reports of problems from using a string.
Some women like to use a string at first. As they become more comfortable with the procedure, they find they donÕt need the string.
3. Keeping the object inside. The object will tend to fall out of the vagina. A lightweight object is best. Also, to keep the object inside, one must push it back behind the cervix and then it will stay inside.
At first, we suggest inserting the object while lying down. Then you wonÕt have to worry about keeping the object inside.
Another answer for the problem of keeping the object inside is to use an object that is shaped so that it fits behind the cervix and is wedged in tightly.
You wonÕt be able to do this, at first, without a lot of irritation. However, when the vagina is toughened enough to hold the small object, then you can put a larger object in that is about the size of your index finger.
4. Losing an object in the vagina. If the object slips behind the cervix you may not be able to find it immediately. It is not ÒlostÓ. It is just further back in the vagina. If one just puts oneÕs hand in the front of the vagina, one will not feel the object.
How to remove a ÒlostÓ object. Move the hand deeper into the vagina. Just push your hand in deeper. You will not hurt yourself if you do this gently. If you move your hand beyond the cervix, you will find the object in the back of the vagina. The vagina is very spongy so some women donÕt realize it is quite long or deep.
Some women like to begin exploring the area by wearing a vinyl glove for cleanliness. This is excellent. With practice, you will quickly learn where and why objects can seem to get lost in the vagina behind the cervix.
The other solution to this concern is to attach a piece of string to the object. Then to remove the object, just pull on the string.
5. Care of the object. Take the object out once daily and rinse it off with a little soap and water to keep it clean. There is no reason to sleep with the vaginal object.
6. Can the object accidentally go up into the uterus? We do not think so, and have never had a report of this occurring. Here is why.
Gravity would oppose this. Also, the uterus is closed except during menstruation, at which time it is open just enough to let out the menstrual blood.
If you are concerned about this, then do not use the vaginal object during menstruation. Most of our clients, however, use the object during menstruation because they want to develop as fast as possible.
7. Other. A few women have situations such as a prolapsed uterus or extreme vaginal dryness that might affect the procedure. We are still researching these situations.
THE PROCEDURE TO ACCUSTOM THE VAGINA TO AN OBJECT
This procedure is fast in some women, while others will require more time for it. Basically, one begins by putting the object in the vagina for about 10-15 minutes.
Where to put the object. The best place to put the object is far into the vagina – beyond the cervix. There is a pouch behind the cervix that will help keep the object in place. If you just put the object in near the entrance of the vagina, it will tend to fall out.
What to do when you insert the object. You can lie down with it, but it is better to walk around with it inside. You will learn to walk around with it quite easily.
If 10-15 minutes feels okay, then you can keep it there a little longer. When you start to feel irritation, take the object out.
The next day, do the same procedure. If possible, leave the object in a little longer. Repeat the procedure each day. Within a week to a month, the tissues of the vagina become a little toughened and you will be able to hold the object inside all day long.
Women report that keeping a small object inside the vagina all day and all night will also help any woman feel happier, more confident, more relaxed and more in control of her body.
They say the procedure is well worth the time and effort required to strengthen the vaginal wall.
An article somewhat related to this one is Women And Development.