I took off a few days of work to tend to some personal things which involved me doing quite a bit of driving. It was about two days of straight driving--12 hours per day. I figured that would be a good opportunity to keep my eyes diverged and exercise pointing my eyes at things close nearby like the dashboard, and things far away, like the other vehicles and signs.
I did this with my tDCS device running, of course. I did 20 minute sessions on each o1 and o2 region roughly every two hours. Man it pumps you up. It's sort of like taking amphetamines except it's legal. The toll guy gave me a double take when he realized I had things strapped to my head with wires dangling down. I giggled to myself like a schoolgirl.
I got to the destination, took care of business, and came back. I got a ton of VT and tDCS done over that time. I also got pretty familiar with the secondary effects of tDCS--which if you combine it with moderate caffeine intake--you become really wired. You can do quite a bit without experiencing any kind of fatigue. But when it's time to sleep, man you sleep really well.
The primary exercise that I seem to look forward to is the light tube movement exercise because it gives me good feedback. Each time I do it, the exercise ends with less defusion and less ghosting. That is, by the end of the exercise, the single image of the glowing circle is more robust. It's getting close to being rock solid. The other day I experienced a calmness which came with the thought 'I don't know when it's going to happen, but it's going to happen.'
What else... the great progress has come with exhaustion. I don't resist it. I just allow myself to sleep a lot. That's probably the right thing to do.
Approximate fusion at 35 mA*min