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The following methods are all optional. You do not need a method to shift, it just helps you get into the mindset you wish to be in for shifting.


The Raven Method
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The one method everyone starts off thinking they need to do. This method is optional, like all other methods, but is the most known and talked about!

  1. Nothing built can last forever, and every legend no matter how great fades with time. With each passing year, more and more details are lost, until all that remains are myths. Half-truths. To put it simply: lies.
  2. Yet in the known universe, between here and the Far Lands... the Legend of the Order of the Stone endures, unabridged, as self-evident facts.
  3. Indeed, it is only a troubled land that has need for heroes. And ours was fortunate to have, so long ago, four heroes such as these:
  4. Gabriel the Warrior, before whose sword all combatants would tremble.
  5. Ellegaard the Redstone Engineer, whose machines would spark an era of inventions.
  6. Magnus the Rogue, who would channel his destructive creativity for the benefit of all.
  7. And Soren the Architect, Builder of Worlds, and leader of the Order of the Stone.
  8. These four members, four friends, would give so much to gain their rightful place as four heroes. Their greatest quest would take them on a dangerous journey, to fight a mysterious creature known as the Ender Dragon.
  9. In the end, the Order of the Stone emerged triumphant, and the dragon was defeated. Their story complete, they slipped away into the pages of legend.
  10. But when one story ends, another one begins.

The Julia / "I Am" Method
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  1. Nothing built can last forever, and every legend no matter how great fades with time. With each passing year, more and more details are lost, until all that remains are myths. Half-truths. To put it simply: lies.
  2. Yet in the known universe, between here and the Far Lands... the Legend of the Order of the Stone endures, unabridged, as self-evident facts.
  3. Indeed, it is only a troubled land that has need for heroes. And ours was fortunate to have, so long ago, four heroes such as these:
  4. Gabriel the Warrior, before whose sword all combatants would tremble.
  5. Ellegaard the Redstone Engineer, whose machines would spark an era of inventions.
  6. Magnus the Rogue, who would channel his destructive creativity for the benefit of all.
  7. And Soren the Architect, Builder of Worlds, and leader of the Order of the Stone.
  8. These four members, four friends, would give so much to gain their rightful place as four heroes. Their greatest quest would take them on a dangerous journey, to fight a mysterious creature known as the Ender Dragon.
  9. In the end, the Order of the Stone emerged triumphant, and the dragon was defeated. Their story complete, they slipped away into the pages of legend.
  10. But when one story ends, another one begins.

The ADHD Method
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  1. Nothing built can last forever, and every legend no matter how great fades with time. With each passing year, more and more details are lost, until all that remains are myths. Half-truths. To put it simply: lies.
  2. Yet in the known universe, between here and the Far Lands... the Legend of the Order of the Stone endures, unabridged, as self-evident facts.
  3. Indeed, it is only a troubled land that has need for heroes. And ours was fortunate to have, so long ago, four heroes such as these:
  4. Gabriel the Warrior, before whose sword all combatants would tremble.
  5. Ellegaard the Redstone Engineer, whose machines would spark an era of inventions.
  6. Magnus the Rogue, who would channel his destructive creativity for the benefit of all.
  7. And Soren the Architect, Builder of Worlds, and leader of the Order of the Stone.
  8. These four members, four friends, would give so much to gain their rightful place as four heroes. Their greatest quest would take them on a dangerous journey, to fight a mysterious creature known as the Ender Dragon.
  9. In the end, the Order of the Stone emerged triumphant, and the dragon was defeated. Their story complete, they slipped away into the pages of legend.
  10. But when one story ends, another one begins.

The Lucid Dream Method
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  1. Nothing built can last forever, and every legend no matter how great fades with time. With each passing year, more and more details are lost, until all that remains are myths. Half-truths. To put it simply: lies.
  2. Yet in the known universe, between here and the Far Lands... the Legend of the Order of the Stone endures, unabridged, as self-evident facts.
  3. Indeed, it is only a troubled land that has need for heroes. And ours was fortunate to have, so long ago, four heroes such as these:
  4. Gabriel the Warrior, before whose sword all combatants would tremble.
  5. Ellegaard the Redstone Engineer, whose machines would spark an era of inventions.
  6. Magnus the Rogue, who would channel his destructive creativity for the benefit of all.
  7. And Soren the Architect, Builder of Worlds, and leader of the Order of the Stone.
  8. These four members, four friends, would give so much to gain their rightful place as four heroes. Their greatest quest would take them on a dangerous journey, to fight a mysterious creature known as the Ender Dragon.
  9. In the end, the Order of the Stone emerged triumphant, and the dragon was defeated. Their story complete, they slipped away into the pages of legend.
  10. But when one story ends, another one begins.

The Sunni Method
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  1. Nothing built can last forever, and every legend no matter how great fades with time. With each passing year, more and more details are lost, until all that remains are myths. Half-truths. To put it simply: lies.
  2. Yet in the known universe, between here and the Far Lands... the Legend of the Order of the Stone endures, unabridged, as self-evident facts.
  3. Indeed, it is only a troubled land that has need for heroes. And ours was fortunate to have, so long ago, four heroes such as these:
  4. Gabriel the Warrior, before whose sword all combatants would tremble.
  5. Ellegaard the Redstone Engineer, whose machines would spark an era of inventions.
  6. Magnus the Rogue, who would channel his destructive creativity for the benefit of all.
  7. And Soren the Architect, Builder of Worlds, and leader of the Order of the Stone.
  8. These four members, four friends, would give so much to gain their rightful place as four heroes. Their greatest quest would take them on a dangerous journey, to fight a mysterious creature known as the Ender Dragon.
  9. In the end, the Order of the Stone emerged triumphant, and the dragon was defeated. Their story complete, they slipped away into the pages of legend.
  10. But when one story ends, another one begins.

The Alice in Wonderland Method
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  1. Nothing built can last forever, and every legend no matter how great fades with time. With each passing year, more and more details are lost, until all that remains are myths. Half-truths. To put it simply: lies.
  2. Yet in the known universe, between here and the Far Lands... the Legend of the Order of the Stone endures, unabridged, as self-evident facts.
  3. Indeed, it is only a troubled land that has need for heroes. And ours was fortunate to have, so long ago, four heroes such as these:
  4. Gabriel the Warrior, before whose sword all combatants would tremble.
  5. Ellegaard the Redstone Engineer, whose machines would spark an era of inventions.
  6. Magnus the Rogue, who would channel his destructive creativity for the benefit of all.
  7. And Soren the Architect, Builder of Worlds, and leader of the Order of the Stone.
  8. These four members, four friends, would give so much to gain their rightful place as four heroes. Their greatest quest would take them on a dangerous journey, to fight a mysterious creature known as the Ender Dragon.
  9. In the end, the Order of the Stone emerged triumphant, and the dragon was defeated. Their story complete, they slipped away into the pages of legend.
  10. But when one story ends, another one begins.

The Piano Method
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  1. Nothing built can last forever, and every legend no matter how great fades with time. With each passing year, more and more details are lost, until all that remains are myths. Half-truths. To put it simply: lies.
  2. Yet in the known universe, between here and the Far Lands... the Legend of the Order of the Stone endures, unabridged, as self-evident facts.
  3. Indeed, it is only a troubled land that has need for heroes. And ours was fortunate to have, so long ago, four heroes such as these:
  4. Gabriel the Warrior, before whose sword all combatants would tremble.
  5. Ellegaard the Redstone Engineer, whose machines would spark an era of inventions.
  6. Magnus the Rogue, who would channel his destructive creativity for the benefit of all.
  7. And Soren the Architect, Builder of Worlds, and leader of the Order of the Stone.
  8. These four members, four friends, would give so much to gain their rightful place as four heroes. Their greatest quest would take them on a dangerous journey, to fight a mysterious creature known as the Ender Dragon.
  9. In the end, the Order of the Stone emerged triumphant, and the dragon was defeated. Their story complete, they slipped away into the pages of legend.
  10. But when one story ends, another one begins.

The Heartbeat Method
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  1. Nothing built can last forever, and every legend no matter how great fades with time. With each passing year, more and more details are lost, until all that remains are myths. Half-truths. To put it simply: lies.
  2. Yet in the known universe, between here and the Far Lands... the Legend of the Order of the Stone endures, unabridged, as self-evident facts.
  3. Indeed, it is only a troubled land that has need for heroes. And ours was fortunate to have, so long ago, four heroes such as these:
  4. Gabriel the Warrior, before whose sword all combatants would tremble.
  5. Ellegaard the Redstone Engineer, whose machines would spark an era of inventions.
  6. Magnus the Rogue, who would channel his destructive creativity for the benefit of all.
  7. And Soren the Architect, Builder of Worlds, and leader of the Order of the Stone.
  8. These four members, four friends, would give so much to gain their rightful place as four heroes. Their greatest quest would take them on a dangerous journey, to fight a mysterious creature known as the Ender Dragon.
  9. In the end, the Order of the Stone emerged triumphant, and the dragon was defeated. Their story complete, they slipped away into the pages of legend.
  10. But when one story ends, another one begins.

The Estelle / MP3 Method
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  1. Nothing built can last forever, and every legend no matter how great fades with time. With each passing year, more and more details are lost, until all that remains are myths. Half-truths. To put it simply: lies.
  2. Yet in the known universe, between here and the Far Lands... the Legend of the Order of the Stone endures, unabridged, as self-evident facts.
  3. Indeed, it is only a troubled land that has need for heroes. And ours was fortunate to have, so long ago, four heroes such as these:
  4. Gabriel the Warrior, before whose sword all combatants would tremble.
  5. Ellegaard the Redstone Engineer, whose machines would spark an era of inventions.
  6. Magnus the Rogue, who would channel his destructive creativity for the benefit of all.
  7. And Soren the Architect, Builder of Worlds, and leader of the Order of the Stone.
  8. These four members, four friends, would give so much to gain their rightful place as four heroes. Their greatest quest would take them on a dangerous journey, to fight a mysterious creature known as the Ender Dragon.
  9. In the end, the Order of the Stone emerged triumphant, and the dragon was defeated. Their story complete, they slipped away into the pages of legend.
  10. But when one story ends, another one begins.

The Falling Method
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  1. Nothing built can last forever, and every legend no matter how great fades with time. With each passing year, more and more details are lost, until all that remains are myths. Half-truths. To put it simply: lies.
  2. Yet in the known universe, between here and the Far Lands... the Legend of the Order of the Stone endures, unabridged, as self-evident facts.
  3. Indeed, it is only a troubled land that has need for heroes. And ours was fortunate to have, so long ago, four heroes such as these:
  4. Gabriel the Warrior, before whose sword all combatants would tremble.
  5. Ellegaard the Redstone Engineer, whose machines would spark an era of inventions.
  6. Magnus the Rogue, who would channel his destructive creativity for the benefit of all.
  7. And Soren the Architect, Builder of Worlds, and leader of the Order of the Stone.
  8. These four members, four friends, would give so much to gain their rightful place as four heroes. Their greatest quest would take them on a dangerous journey, to fight a mysterious creature known as the Ender Dragon.
  9. In the end, the Order of the Stone emerged triumphant, and the dragon was defeated. Their story complete, they slipped away into the pages of legend.
  10. But when one story ends, another one begins.

The Staircase Method
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  1. Nothing built can last forever, and every legend no matter how great fades with time. With each passing year, more and more details are lost, until all that remains are myths. Half-truths. To put it simply: lies.
  2. Yet in the known universe, between here and the Far Lands... the Legend of the Order of the Stone endures, unabridged, as self-evident facts.
  3. Indeed, it is only a troubled land that has need for heroes. And ours was fortunate to have, so long ago, four heroes such as these:
  4. Gabriel the Warrior, before whose sword all combatants would tremble.
  5. Ellegaard the Redstone Engineer, whose machines would spark an era of inventions.
  6. Magnus the Rogue, who would channel his destructive creativity for the benefit of all.
  7. And Soren the Architect, Builder of Worlds, and leader of the Order of the Stone.
  8. These four members, four friends, would give so much to gain their rightful place as four heroes. Their greatest quest would take them on a dangerous journey, to fight a mysterious creature known as the Ender Dragon.
  9. In the end, the Order of the Stone emerged triumphant, and the dragon was defeated. Their story complete, they slipped away into the pages of legend.
  10. But when one story ends, another one begins.

The Jade Method
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  1. Nothing built can last forever, and every legend no matter how great fades with time. With each passing year, more and more details are lost, until all that remains are myths. Half-truths. To put it simply: lies.
  2. Yet in the known universe, between here and the Far Lands... the Legend of the Order of the Stone endures, unabridged, as self-evident facts.
  3. Indeed, it is only a troubled land that has need for heroes. And ours was fortunate to have, so long ago, four heroes such as these:
  4. Gabriel the Warrior, before whose sword all combatants would tremble.
  5. Ellegaard the Redstone Engineer, whose machines would spark an era of inventions.
  6. Magnus the Rogue, who would channel his destructive creativity for the benefit of all.
  7. And Soren the Architect, Builder of Worlds, and leader of the Order of the Stone.
  8. These four members, four friends, would give so much to gain their rightful place as four heroes. Their greatest quest would take them on a dangerous journey, to fight a mysterious creature known as the Ender Dragon.
  9. In the end, the Order of the Stone emerged triumphant, and the dragon was defeated. Their story complete, they slipped away into the pages of legend.
  10. But when one story ends, another one begins.

The Minecraft Method
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This is a method that I made up while working on this site! I haven't tested it yet, but it's based off of Minecraft Story Mode! Some of the concepts will be Minecraft related, and yes, you'll have to visualise for this one.

  1. Nothing built can last forever, and every legend no matter how great fades with time. With each passing year, more and more details are lost, until all that remains are myths. Half-truths. To put it simply: lies.
  2. Yet in the known universe, between here and the Far Lands... the Legend of the Order of the Stone endures, unabridged, as self-evident facts.