Welcome to the briefing room.

Welcome Patriots and thank you for your commitment to finish the mission.

My name is Chaplain Joe. I am here to get you home. I need you to prepare to live.

This short briefing is unclassified and will define areas where you may run patrols.

I will define the areas where you may find enemy activity and what to look for to define subversion activity.

We will use the acronym S.A.L.U.T.E. to define activity.

The equipment for the first patrol is a pen, paper and a war story.

Listen up. I need all patrol leaders to go as far as they can go.

The objective of this patrol is to define the existence of feelings. Do not engage them, just locate them.

Briefing Sections:

I will need you to write three statements involving what you discover while on patrol.

Running Patrols

The patrol will start by you telling a war story. Use a clover leaf approach and view it from three angles. This story may not be combat related. It could involve someone who got under your skin or some injustice because of company policy. It may involve you getting physically hurt. It may involve going into fight, flight or freeze mode where no feelings were allowed. They were present, not allowed so remain.

A negative feeling can be defined as numbness, overwhelm, alone, worthless, disrespected, insulted, offended, resentful, powerless, abandonment, guilty, empty, lonely, unloved, abused, accused, or afraid. There are many more. A feeling is something that does not change when you think an opposite thought. It is not your happy place.

Emotions are different than feelings, so on this mission we will be separating the feelings from emotions. Stay aware of what is going on. Emotions can be changed by thoughts while a feeling remains in place until it is captured, interrogated and eliminated.



A war story is something involving military life, or any part of life where stress was involved. Locate and write down any stress related feelings. Explore a five minute story and include any hot spots involving stress, emotion, misunderstanding or outright disagreement. Within this story you will look for feeling attached to each person or incident. This is called gathering Intel. Once the feelings are located and defined they need to be reported. You are the patrol leader so read your report.

If you cannot tell a story with feelings this may indicate subversive activity and the need for special EFT operatives. We do have a man on the inside with valuable intelligence.
Code name: Yeshua, connected to ISA (Israel Security Agency), fast data link, expert in hostage release and anti-propaganda.

Any information from the inside source will increase your chances of returning home. Trust him with your life.



To define the source of pain you will use the acronyms, S.A.L.U.T.E.

This is a good time to take some notes.

(S) Size – Use a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the strongest. Zero pain is the best, yet many tolerate low levels of pain. Once pain is located, we must report back on the strength. Write down the level of pain.

(A) Activity – Is pain new or entrenched? What is the pain doing and when did you notice it? Is it clicking, burning, steal sleep, create headaches? Do you feel numb? Be specific. Enemy activity may be obvious or subversive. Subversive warfare may require additional help from an EFT operative. A subversive enemy will hide to undermine critical systems. If you have tried several forms of treatment for specific pain and it is no better, this should arouse suspicion of subversive activity.

(L)Location – Is it the knee, arm, or back? Is it in the body or feelings? Some just feel numb. They only know they are very different. Use the best Intel you have on the location of pain to define it in a simple phrase.

(U)Unit – Type of pain: chronic or acute. Emotional or physical: numbness, emptiness, loneliness, and boredom, lack of interest in love, life, and friends? What type of pain is in your sights? (Acute stress is like running three miles, every other day; you get stronger as a result. Chronic stress is like running all the time. It wears out the body.)

(T)Time –When was the last and first time you felt this pain? Defining when the pain first took root will be used in uprooting the subversive strength of the enemy.

(E)Equipment – What is pain doing to your life? Is it subverting how much you laugh, play, and have other interests? What conflict has pain caused your thought processes? If you get money for being in pain admit it, then, give yourself permission to heal.



Do not make pain your prisoner of war and then stay missing in action guarding it. Write down what you discover about how you felt.

Here are some examples: 

Is there a movie that keeps playing inside your mind?

Use S.A.L.U.T.E

Can you give it a title?

Example: ride to the village.

Can you tell the parts that really bug you in a couple minutes?

Example, I didn’t feel right about it. We had our orders. I did my job but don’t feel right about it.

Are there faces in your movie?

Example, I was commanded to drive into the crowd.

Does someone get hurt?

Example: the people in the road got hurt. I had to drive through them.

Can you attach feelings to the parts that bug you?

Example: It felt disgusting. I still feel guilty. Use the S.A.L.U.T.E. report.

Write down your Intel. It will be useful for the next patrol.

That is all for now. Head out on patrol, look for hot spots that tick you off, tell your story, and report back with three statements from your story. If you run into physical pain then tell a story about how it happened and where it is located.

Let’s take a break.

Do a patrol while on break.

Smoke em if you got em or better yet don’t smoke. If you go to the smoke hole discuss war stories.

Next briefing will involve decisions concerning enemy activity.