Preparing for Transbeing… – Frontier Trainings

Preparing for Transbeing…


Preparing for Transbeing….

Transbeing is the World's Number One Archetypal Presentation Course. It is one of the most unique and powerful stage presentation courses in the industry. It is one of our, and our student's favorite courses.

Throughout Transbeing you will learn: How to create a powerful and mesmerizing stage presence; how to communicate your message with clarity and power; how to create a deep connection with your audience; how to effectively enroll your audience, and many more invaluable presentation skills.

Costumes to Bring:

Transbeing is an Archetype-based course. This means each exercise is done in a certain energy and persona to fully immerse you into each and allow you to take various aspects of them into your presentations as you see fit.

Having a costume for each archetype is critical. This will be key in allowing yourself to step out of your typical mindset and way of being, and into someone else's.

We HIGHLY recommend changing your hair. For most people, their hair style is very tied to their identity and when this is changed, it makes stepping into someone else MUCH easier.

If you are not able to acquire full costumes at this time, make sure you at least find an ‘anchor' for each. An anchor could be: Hair, shoes, jewelry etc. It should be something which you would not typically wear.

The better the quality of your costumes, and the bigger you play with them, the better your experience will be.

  • 1. Executive – business attire.
  • 2. Motivator – Black T-Shirt, Black Slacks and Black Shoes. (Model Tony Robbins.)
  • 3. Commander – Military Camouflage.
  • 4. Pirate – Typical pirate attire.
  • 5. Channeler – New age, earthy, naturalist type clothing.
  • 6. Fairy – However you choose to interpret a fairy.
  • 7. Caregiver – A Doctor or Nurse. (NO ‘sexy' or skimpy nurse costumes.)
  • 8. Majesty – This can be any type of royalty you choose but make sure it is classy and regal.
  • 9. Rock Star – Model Madonna, Bon Jovi, Cyndi Lauper, KISS, Lady Gaga, etc.
  • 10. Preacher – A religious cleric of any denomination you choose.
  • 11. Magician – Black tuxedo, top hat, white gloves etc.
  • 12. Jester – 10-13th century Court Jester. Bright, colorful clothing.


Costume Examples: (Click image to view larger)

How to Prepare:

Creating your ‘Faculty' is an incredibly important step in having the most deep experience possible during this course. Your goal is to step fully into the mindset of a range completely different entities. You want to make these entities as deep and rich as you can. Here are some tips to assist you in this process:

  • Find a costume or anchor for each archetype.

  • Create a name for each archetype. (You do not need a name for your Executive. The executive is simply the ‘Business' version of you.) This step is essential for you to be able to differentiate yourself from your faculty. When you can identify with and respond to a new identity, it allows your mind to think like that person would much more easily. When creating their names, make sure they sound like they could actually be a name in the real world. Ex: Holly Bibble, Trey D'emfaste, Annette Twinnet, Kara Free, Marcus Atting etc. The names can have meanings if you choose, but keep them realistic.

  • Create an accent for each archetype. These accents don't have to be drastically different from the way you speak, they can simply be a different pitch, or speed. Hearing your faculty speak in a voice that is not yours makes the disassociation much easier.

  • Come up with five key beliefs for each archetype. These should be beliefs about who they are and how they view the world. Creating these will help you dive much deeper into who your faculty are and what makes them tick. Having this insight will help you be much more congruent in each archetype and boost your credibility with how your audience views you.

  • Come up with five core values for each archetype. These should simply be five words which can ground each archetype in who they are. All twelve archetypes should be designed to serve, support, empower and uplift your audience at all times.

  • Create a biography for each archetype. This biography does not have to be very long or very detailed at first, you can lengthen it as you get more distinctions and begin to flesh out each archetype over time. Doing this will help you get to know them better, as well as helping to give them a rich personality and background with which your audience can relate. It should say who they are, and mention key events which have shaped their lives and brought them to where they are today.

Doing all these things in preparation for Transbeing may seem like a lot of work, but we can promise you that if you go full out with this process and complete all the steps, your experience will be much more powerful and you will get exponentially better results.

We look forward to seeing you there!

~The Frontier Trainings team