First; for ease of procedure the plant must be exposed down to its roots. This is easiest when done in conjunction with repotting, but it can also be done by carefully removing plant and media from its pot. If the media is firm (cohesive) I carefully peel enough of it away from the underground stem of the plant to expose a good portion of the leaf bases that come together to form the "bulb" (though this is not a true bulb). I then select several of the older leaves that have already died back until only some of their basal portion remains, the part that is underground and helps form the "bulb". With medium sized forceps (tweezers), I gently grasp the selected basal leaf segment and gradually peel it away from the rest of the "bulb" until it breaks off at the base of the plant (where the roots emerge).
Second; I prepare a pot using a mix with an extra portion of silica sand making a 2::1 mix of sand/peat moss. I thoroughly soak this and then let it drain until it is just damp (I use folded layers of paper towels to blot the water from the pot by placing the pot on the towels so that they draw out excess water).
Third; I make small holes in the media with a toothpick about (1.5cm) 1/2 inch deep and place the basal leaf segments vertically into these holes, bottom side down.
Fourth and last; I label the pot and place it into sealable polyethylene bags (zip loc) and place within 2-4 inches (5-10cm) of fluorescent lights and then watch and wait.