I spoke of it several times, including my infrequently (but in bad need of) updated journal. I wanted to start in January with something, so I considered doing Khan first and then EoG. But I didn’t have 8 months left in 2019, so I figured I’d do them together as an experiment. I’m one of those people that doesn’t like being told what they can’t do, while believing my mind is better than everybody else. So I figured I’d run them together as an experiment and get serious about it in January.
Stage 1 made me hyper-active and lethargic at the end, stage 2 made me hyper-sexual and angry at the end. Somewhere around then someone told me I should run Alchemist instead, but I didn’t feel like stopping would be a good idea.
During stage 3 I stopped making any noticeable progress, even felt like I was right back at the point before I started. I figured I could add Alchemist into the grand experiment. I started thinking about the deeper meaning of everything and became interested in everything spiritual.
I feel like I am at the verge of some great epiphany brought on by Khan & EoG, but there may be a steel door in the way since I’m not getting through. Had this feeling for almost a month now. I switched to masked only to see if it makes a difference.
So my recommendation stands. Do them one at a time, so that you can give them the attention they need and clearly document which changes were brought on by which subliminal. As long as you are still experiencing effects, don’t add anything new.
And if you should run them together, only do so at the same time you switch stages. There is some scripting present to signal you when it is time to move on. With me, at the end of stage 1 I got lethargic and at the end of stage 2 I got angry at everything and everybody, but after I added Alchemist in mid-stage, I never got a signal when it was time to move to stage 3. So I ran it for 2 months to be sure.