PRESENT: the state in which one is aware of the pull from the Present Continuous and the bind from Past. A state in which one can apply tools to upgrade one's past self.
PAST: the state in which events have formed a belief around one's capability.
PRESENT CONTINUOUS: the state in which one is in the flow, uninhibited by either a dominant or recessive Ego
Unexpectedly met up with a friend who I hadn't seen in a few months. He pocked some really nice questioned, so I decided to record our chat.
By not investing my time in constructing rigid plans for myself, I gain more time, less stress, and lovely new opportunities drop on my lap.
More often than not we plan our days out of habit. A habit that stems from a lack of security.
First 13 minutes - How to become aware of our triggers, and start constructing a relationship with our 5i(nteligence)'s.
13.39 - 25.46: Building our tools - " How can we - when absorbed in the emotional turmoil - do it ourselves and change the direction of our tools [...] so we don't have to relay on calling our friends to help us?"
25.57: Upgrading our tools - What can I do when I feel that I going around in cirlces?
Wherever we apply our intention and attention, that's where we start feeding an emotions. And since emotions drive our actions, becoming aware of which one we feed will help us change the outcome of our actions.
In order to change our belief system we look for new experiences, in order to have new experiences we look to come out of our comfort zone.
When we play with our comfort zone, we allow our discomfort to bubble up and by becoming the observe we can transmute our emotional impulses.
This is a process of emotional transmutation. First recognising the emotions that sustain our toxic, unproductive, self-harming beliefs systems to then create a conscious structure that works for us.
The 4 Floored House works a continued cycle constantly evolving with our self-progression. We start from the top and work our way to the bottom, once there we start climbing back up again with new perspectives:
+4 Notice my trigger.
+3 Pinpoint the action that caused my reaction.
+2 Which of my 5 brains (mind, breath, emotions, gut, and body) are being affected and how.
+1 What emotions am I experiencing?
0 Why do I feel this way?
- 1 What's the story behind it?
- 2 What lack or need am I trying to fill?
- 3 What's the emotion that drives my belief system?
- 4 Heal, let go and transmute my old patterns into new ones.
Restart the process from -3 upwards based on what I want to feel. Once we get to +4 observe if we are able to feel our base emotions without fearing the lack of it. Notice if the drive is still coming from a place of fear, lack or anguish.