Friday, January 11, 2013

Day 240 - My accepted stress pattern & the resulting personality pt 8

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... I continue with self-commitment statements on the fear dimension.

I commit myself to stop all fears concerning my powerlessness. I commit myself to see, realise and understand that there is no power but mine and I make the decision either way to take my power back or to give it away to the automated mechanisms I accepted in first place. 

I commit myself to stop all fears that are based on the assumption of "survival of the fittest" and that I must evaluate my competitive factor in order to be able to cope with stress.

I commit myself to stop all fears about the dimensionality of my suppressed stress and see, realise and understand that this is again just another side tracking maneuver that I allow myself to participate in. 


I commit myself to stop all fears as to what others see in regards to my stress levels and focus solely on my Self in realising all fears related to the stress-personality 

I commit myself to stop all fears towards my mother and work on releasing all programs i have accepted in my relationship with her. 

I commit myself to stop all fears of others and see, realise and understand that avoiding others with stress patterns similar to my mother’s is causing me to separate myself from myself - and so I commit myself to face the fear I have of myself. 

I commit myself to stop all fears in not being able to relax by placing conditions onto myself. I commit myself to see, realise and understand that all relaxation is the acceptance of a polarisation: stress - relaxation, and within that I stop all beliefs in either one or the other or both.  

I commit myself to stop my fears and focus on doing my activities with consistency and ease. 

I commit myself to stop the use absolutism to create limitations, and realise these absolutes are not real but self-imposed mental chains in order to remain where I am. 

I commit myself to stop fears that I don’t see all the dimensions of this personality and see, realise and understand that this creates an anxiety to hold up the fears - instead I move myself breath by breath and trust myself in stopping my mind.

I commit myself to stop fearing that I waste my time with fear by simply breathing every time the thought comes up. 






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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Day 239 - My accepted stress pattern & the resulting personality pt 7

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more on the self-commitment statements of the fear dimension...

I commit myself to stop fearing loss and make this fear an excuse for accepting and allowing myself to stress about time and haste myself in getting things done. 



I commit myself to stop fearing others having control over me and see, realise, and understand that I am always the one accepting or not accepting another’s behaviour.  I commit myself to see, realise and understand that I am the one who directs herself if I remain here in present in breath. 

I commit myself to stop my fears about the value of what I do and do what has to be done. I commit myself to see, realise and understand that there are many tasks that are not be needed in a system of equality but that are necessary to perform in our current system. I commit myself to stand equal to all tasks and stop evaluating and judging the task whether or not it's a waste of my time. 

I commit myself to stop my fear of getting everything done. I see, realise and understand that “getting stuff done” and “catching up” are conceptions of the mind to keep competition going, and maintain separation by attending to my own business. I commit myself to stop myself from the feeling that compels me to have to finish what I have started. 

I commit myself to stop my fear of loss and trust myself in the choices I make, as I make a choice from that starting point of what is best for all and common sense. 

I commit myself to stop my fears of loss and trust myself to be able to make plans that have the starting point what is best for all and what is common sense. 

I commit myself to stop my fears about leading an imbalanced life and stop evaluating what I do from my mind. I trust myself to compose my life from activities that are best for all and make sense. 

I commit myself to stop my fears of making mistakes and use my fear of being too preoccupied to get things right - as justification for the fear of making mistakes.   


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Day 238 - My accepted stress pattern & the resulting personality pt 6

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I continue with the self-commitment states on the fear dimension which I outlined in posts: day 233, 234, 235.

I commit myself to stop all fears that internalise any pressure regarding another’s timely response to me, and stop relying on a response within a specific time frame - yet I approach the topic, project, commitment in such a manner that I remain practical and allow myself to move forward with ease.   

I commit myself to stop all fears in regards to having a purpose in life and stop seeing stress as an indicator of having purpose, and within that I dedicate myself to walking my process and bringing about the EMC system.

I commit myself to stop all fears related to structuring my life and within that I stop using structure as a crutch for my fears. I commit myself to evolve myself to a human that operates from self-direction and self-motivation.

I commit myself to stop all fears which I use to render myself helpless in regards to directing myself without relying on structure. 

I commit myself to stop all fears concerning my ability to plan ahead and within that I stop all beliefs that I can ease my fears through planning and preparation. 

I commit myself to stop all fears concerning ‘a race to the finish line’, and within that I realise that I have accepted this fear because I have created the “worst case” scenario which is a belief that I will not finish on time. 

I commit myself to stop all memories and related fears regarding the stress I experienced as a child, when my mother urged me to move faster in everything I did, and within that I stop all fears of punishment and disappointment. 

I commit myself to stop all definitions of words regarding the memories of my mother stressing me to hurry up as I will stop all physical symptoms of shaking and nervous reactions and abuse towards my body. 

I commit myself to take charge of my memories by deciphering these and my accepted self-definitions regarding my mother stressing me and telling me to hurry up. 

I commit myself to see, realise and understand that I have an opportunity to stop this pattern and within that I support all of humanity and specifically others who are faced with a similar programming. 

I commit myself stop all fears that come up if I were to let go of stress and I am embracing all that is me by facing myself in totality. 

I commit myself to stop all fears about being in or out of control and see, realise and understand that control is always linked to fear and within that I see, realise and understand that when I stop control, self-motivation and self-directedness remains. 

I commit myself to stop all fears regarding the various stages of stress that I experience and that I use to look for reasons to hold onto the stress, so as to justify the continuation of fear of ‘not making it in time’ that creates and recreates energetic charges and self-abuse

I commit myself to stop all fears and see, realise and understand that any positive result that I can attribute to stress, such as me congratulating myself that I have met a deadline, is part of my ‘justification maneuver’ to continue my engagement in the cycle of creating stress and fear within myself. I see, realise and understand that the ‘self-congratulatory stage’ is the ‘last stage’ within this cycle so that I can manipulate myself to not recall the hardship and self-abuse of stress that I allow and accept as me. 

I commit myself to stop all fears about letting go of the stress pattern and see, realise and understand that any need to feel important, for which I have used the stress pattern, is an ego ‘attribute’ which I let go of as well.

I commit myself to stop all fears that hold up beliefs that there is meaning within the stress I create and see, realise and understand that all ‘meaning’ can only ever be is a belief. 

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Monday, January 7, 2013

Day 237 - My accepted stress pattern & the resulting personality pt 5

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I continue the fear dimension from the previous posts with the self-commitment statements. 

I commit myself to stop sabotaging my comprehension of what I am doing by using haste to create fear inside of me which sets me up for future failure and the continuing cycle of self-diminishment. 

I commit myself to stop using fear to distrust myself and to create self-doubt which inevitably leads to stress and frustration within my world. 

I commit myself to stop labelling myself as slow or using slowness to excuse myself to not stand equal to a task, a project or an interaction, and within that to stop to confirm the dichotomy I experience between slowness and haste by which I allow myself to apply fear against myself. 

I commit myself to stop anticipating fear when interacting with my mother because I fear the tension I recall from my past interactions and stop projecting emotions onto my interactions with her.  

I commit myself to stop fearing the childhood pattern within me and allow myself to set myself free from the constraints and limitations of my childhood by walking this pattern in all it's specificity where I don't leave a memory unturned so that I can eventually face my interactions with my parents without reactions. 

I commit myself to stop focussing on others and relate time frames to potential expectations of others. I commit myself to work on my time frames in a moment of breath, always using breath to guide me and practice my "hereness" and common sense in absolute self-trust. 

I commit myself to stop all fears that propel me into a state of self-obliteration where I allow myself to go into a mind-state that excludes my relationship with the reality of a situation, and lets me operate from a mental automated state that is merely a mechanism that I have accepted as me. 

I commit myself to stop all fears where I distrust myself in making my best effort to achieve what I set out to do, including the fear of not being practical with my time management. 

I commit myself to stop all fears of haste and within that I stop developing antidotes to haste, such as "master" plans, and stop "engineering" my future whereby I commit myself to learn to use planning as practical measure and as prevention tool, not from fear but from common sense yet only secondary to being here in every moment of breath. 

I commit myself to stop all fears that concern self-manipulation and realise that self-trust is the key aspect for me to see, realise and understand that I can face any situation and push through by breathing until I have walked myself out of the emotional aspects of the situation where I am free of reactions and self-sabotaging tendencies

I commit myself to stop all fears about not being sufficiently prepared, or that I am going to be caught of guard whereby I realise that this heightened awareness I create to want to be ready for the "worst case scenario" is me allowing myself to live in constant fear and self-abuse. 

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Sunday, January 6, 2013

Day 236 - My accepted stress pattern & the resulting personality pt 4

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...and so I continue from the fear dimension (see previous posts) to the self-commitment statements:


I commit myself to face my childhood and the locked up emotions I have buried inside me and stop using this situation and my relationship to my parents, especially the relationship I have with my mother, to hold on to my emotions and to push away the responsibility I have for my emotions, whereby I realise that my childhood evolved the way it did and that is a fact which no one can change and within that I realise that pointing fingers is continuing in the same vein instead of standing equal to my childhood, my parents and my Self.  

I commit myself to stop fearing who I have become and face the situation of time and completing of my tasks as me, where I welcome all that I am by accepting all that I am, here in this moment, and work with the point of getting my stuff done without hassling myself in any way but explore and devise the most lucrative and practical ways of working and time management, open and flexible for different approaches, where I am treating myself as equal to all the variable of the situation, and I stand together as my Self with a mind, and work through the situation breath by breath - at ease. 

I commit myself to see, realise and understand that I am the one who places limitations onto myself, even when I do it indirectly via my acceptances from what is presented to me by the external world where I allow myself to use fear to impose limitations onto my Self -thus I herewith stop justifying self-imposed limitations. 

I commit myself to see, realise and understand that I am also the one who determines what I believe: I stop believing that I am powerless; so that I can in moments use fear to impose fear of not working fast enough onto myself - thus I herewith stop using fear to impose fear onto me so that I can limit myself. 

I commit myself to stop believing that scarcity of resources, information, skill or some kind of material is a reason why I have to apply fear onto my Self where I create a double-binding fear of not having what is needed to create in the time frame required. I realise that I, at all times, have what I need if I use common sense which allows me to see the most practical manner of proceeding. 

I commit myself to stop believing that getting somewhere faster makes me a better person and to stop believing in the picture I have of myself with the idea that I can be super human not realising that life on earth is always connected to a process and in this I stop my mind and become equal to all processes on earth. 

I commit myself to stop using fear to get my expectations of my Self met. I realise that this is a form of separation where I create self-abuse in form of expectations. 

I commit myself to stop using fear in an indirect manner, where I fear someone else abusing me through having expectations of me because I realise that all thoughts on expectation of my Self only originate from within me. 

I commit myself to stop using fear to blackmail myself where I believe that my desires and wishes, or essentially the picture I have of myself are conditioned by behaving in a certain way which includes performing with speed and haste. 

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