Ok, what I initially wanted to be a one shot post is now turning into a 2 part special.
Don't worry unlike bad 60's Sci-Fi it won't run unnecessarily for 7 parts with no real plot or reason....
In the first part i covered how asking "Am I Worthy of (x)?" is a seriously bad question, if you haven't read it please click the link HERE and catch up.
SO at the end of the last post I mentioned changing the question to this: "Is getting out of pain and losing 10lbs of fat worthy of me?"
Like I mentioned; it shifts the focus on you and not the goal!
And no one, not any of us like being told we can’t do or aren't worthy of something!!!
So when you ask the question and your brain says yes "getting out of pain and losing 10lbs of fat is worthy of me!" It then still runs through the process of the safety checks
So it asks how does "being worthy of getting out of pain and losing 10lbs of fat affect my physical safety?"
Remember the brain is naturally negative, it is designed to keep us safe first, but on the most deepest level of transformation is identity or who we are!
SImple one really, we all have a story about who we are, and when that story is threatened in any way, we defend it!
By asking "Is getting out of pain and losing 10lbs of fat worthy of me?" you are questioning your identity and as a result it will defend it, sometimes literally to death!!!
Again on the emotional level, you have a story about yourself, based upon your very own values, beliefs and feeling about who you are, this questions simply asks you to examine those relative to the goal.
So by not getting out of pain and losing 10lbs you are threatening your very own existence!!!
The brain will always pick the lesser pain first, in this case the pain of changing becomes less than the pain of staying the same.
But, what about if the brain says No?
"Getting out of pain and losing 10lbs of fat is not worthy of me!"
Well then you ask the following: "So what is worthy of me?"
It may adjust the goal down to a lesser weight loss or say 50% reduction in pain or it could go up and say pain free and 20lbs of weight loss is worthy of who I am!!!
But either way, you get a goal that is better suited to who you are.
And from there you then have to just break it down to more manageable chunks and identify the daily tasks and processes to complete so your goal becomes inevitable....
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Also, I have included Dodgy again....