The Stubbornly Held Protective Attitude and the Chronic Persona
The Stubbornly Held Protective Attitude (SHPA) and the Chronic Persona are related elements clogging up our psyches, and they both act to inhibit replace our natural ability to be present unaffectedly with what we encounter with programmed perception and attitude filters. They both cause us to act inappropriately and not in our best interests. Both, when you have the concept, are fairly readily detectable in others when those mechanisms are engaged, and not impossible to recognize in ourselves.
A Stubbornly Held Protective Attitude is something we take on in response to some experience that was more than we can handle, something we default to in situations that our minds associate with that encountered experience. It isn’t merely something we use to “make self right and make others wrong”, it is a very strong refusal to accept the offending subject or circumstance at all, in an effort to protect oneself from the encountered experience.
A Chronic Persona is an adopted or imposed superficial personality construct that we default to as a response to encountering another personality.
These common mental constructs are actually closely related, in fact it could truthfully be said that the Chronic Persona is a Stubbornly Held Protective Attitude, albeit a more pervasive, more complex construct. We all have innumerable quantities of both of these.
From a goal-oriented perspective, these stop or deflect our spiritual/mental/emotional paths when activated or triggered, and become and/or create chronic mental problems that prevent us from being happy and succeeding.
From a therapy/processing perspective, both the Chronic Persona and the Stubbornly Held Protective Attitude lock in a wall of energetic resistance to penetrating one’s traumatic experiences, feelings and other energies, and holds them in place, or recreates them even after they seemed to have been successfully addressed and resolved. These things, the Stubbornly Held Protective Attitude and the Chronic Persona, are the reasons why people do not have lasting results from what would otherwise be successful therapeutic approaches.
Through years of experience and observation, I have come to learn that the most successful and rewarding spiritual/therapeutic path is through shifting back and forth between addressing one’s traumatic material and addressing these constructs that deflect the addressing of the traumatic material.This in addition to recognizing, and focusing on one’s limitless positive drives and potentials.
These constructs have structures that have been identified, analyzed and understood. They can be found, recognized and deconstructed, through the use of appropriate, specific techniques, that myself, and others, are routinely using to permanently resolve them.
There is a specific procedure for deconstructing your Stubbornly Held Protective Attitudes (SHPA), and there is a specific procedure for deconstructing your Chronic Personae, and these procedures are available through me, and, at least potentially, through others, as I am happy to share, and train others.