I just read a fb-thread on the Big Mind process, and it seems that some folks who haven’t tried it have a few misconceptions.
In short, it’s not therapy, it’s not meant to get you enlightened (!), and it’s not about states.
The Big Mind part of the process is inquiry. It brings attention to what’s already here, throughout and independent of experiences and states. Just like many other forms of inquiry.
And the rest is more to get familiar with the terrain, with all the different voices, how they serve us, and how they relate to each other. This can help them reorganize so they pull more together and in the same direction.