The Breakdown - Even in Our Darkest Moments, We Are Always Being Guided.
1. What about your life right now isn't working for you? Be specific.
2. Do you feel better after writing it out? If not, keep writing until you do.
3. Suffering vs. Working Hard. What stories do you believe have to be true in order for you to be successful or happy? Where did you learn this? Can you give examples of how this played out in your life?
4. What energy are you feeding right now? Fear? Victim? Be as honest as you can. All of our feelings deserve to be felt with the desire to move to a higher frequency, which we will go over tomorrow.
5. How do you cope with pain/sadness/disappointment? Do you try and numb your pain? In what ways?
6. Patterns: Can you identify disempowering patterns in your life? What is the common thread? Are you always accepting jobs where you feel you are undervalued? Do you find yourself in the same friendship circle that doesn't align with who you are now? Similar relationship dynamics?
7. How are you being guided right now, even in your darkest moments? Give examples of overcoming your biggest failures/disappointments, what you learned, how they helped you grow into the person you are.
8. If any part of the film is triggering to you, write it out now. Ex. I can't stand to see someone in pain... I don't allow myself to be that vulnerable. I hate watching someone struggle or cry.I hate people who complain. Why do you feel this is triggering to you? Is this something you picked up from a parent/loved one? We are all mirrors to each other and when someone triggers us, it's because there's a part of our shadow that we won't own within ourselves.
9. Take those "triggering" words or situations and sit in front of a mirror, saying each word or phrase to your reflection. Keep repeating them until the words have no charge. Until you own them. For instance, I have a trigger around the word "failure" so I say it to myself in the mirror until I don't feel any emotion at all. It's just a word. It's not me.