Motivation and willpower
Starting to use this
method in your daily life is a challenge, but also a gift to yourself. Are you
willing to really face what your feelings are about when you are sad,
uncomfortable or feel guilt?
Are you willing to be totally honest with yourself? If you say yes to both these
questions, you are on your way.
To start with, you might
feel that you need to do the opposite of what you think. You are probably used
to pull yourself together, not to cry and to go on, not showing your feelings.
In the middle of a painful situation, it might be the best to start with. - But
when you come home or to a place where you can be by yourself, you can stop
and let your feelings flow.
When strong feelings come
forth, it might be an old memory being triggered and the best is, not to project
anger and blame on to the person that caused them, even if it feels right. Our
feelings may easily get much stronger than needed because the reason of our
reaction may have it's root in something that happened long time ago! The anger
may be self anger. The blame may come from our own guilty conscious.
Be patient with yourself!
When you really start learning to think this way, you will probably not be able
to stop! You will see that releasing every emotion that is hidden inside, is a
goldmine to inner growth, to insights in life in a completely new way. It is
when learning how you apply the keys of liberation you need willpower. When you
have had your first breakthrough, your happy experience will be your driving