The key to dissolving your patterns of ongoing interacting “game” or relationship conditions of undesirable feelings, attitudes and interactions is to allow within you the flows of every role in the game, including having both enacted and experienced the actions of every role, and allowing the energies of the attitudes and feelings of all perspectives effortlessly, to present and digest within you. As this is done, blame and guilt drop away and become meaningless, and fully done the game/condition pattern is no more.
With love, Dex
This may or may not be apparent to us, but the essence of what we need to address and digest are our own internal oppositions, regardless of how or where our undesirable conditions and circumstances seem to manifest or emanate from. This can be done.
With love, Dex
I would like to share the following with you:
“I invite you this second, this moment to embrace unconditional love. Unconditional love is a love that is greater than your issues,greater than your luggage and baggage and illusions. Love does away with distance and separation. Love turns all the flags of the world into a river of colors. Love is the light that is inside all of us, everyone. I salute the light that you are and that is inside your heart. I salute you”
Carlos Santana, “The Universal Tone, Bringing My Story To Light”
Impatience is the melding point between fear, one of the most primal of emotions, and abusive anger, so damaging, and which is in fact an effort to bury fear.
If you desire relief from the most troubling emotions, avail yourself of the opportunity to process your impatience through the Spiritual Digestion technique from Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling, and substantially recover your essence, the best version of yourself!
Self-actualization, the uninhibited integration of all that is you, your joy, your energy, your passion, the full extent of all your abilities to be, experience, create and accomplish, is the innermost drive of your essential self, as a spiritual being. And that pure, effortlessly driven core of your being can be readily accessed. It is always expressing, if you stop to hear, see and feel it.
It is you, pure and natural, and when you have negatives expressing in your mind, that is you, expressing exactly what it is you need to address, accept, digest and process so as to grow in the direction of your own true self-actualization, and to connect with all your underlying passion, joy and positive energies.
The approach of Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling is based on the recognition of your spiritual compass. The techniques facilitate the resolving of your negative spiritual architectures, connection with your powers and abilities, and the unfettered accomplishment of your dreams and your aspirations.
One of the magical secrets of Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling:
Instead of trying to find some kind of “solution” for that condition, address what that condition is intended to serve as a solution to for you.
Your chronic conditions persist because they are intended to be a means of drawing a response or reaction from others that you consider to be desirable. Through the techniques of Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling, you can connect with this self-knowledge, re-examine that thought process and the results of it, and dispense with what doesn’t help you or further your purposes.
From the introduction to my forthcoming book, “Realizing Greater Expression of Self through the Recognition, Acceptance, and Application of the Natural Laws of Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling”:
There is a nature preserve that I have always enjoyed walking through. There I can sense the consciousness of all the life around me, and it’s awareness of me. The profundity of this experience inspires me.
There are so many cultures, religions, and people and groups that impress upon other people their concepts of spirituality, God and the nature of existence. We can find ourselves encumbered and lost in the indoctrinations, having our sovereignty subsumed without realizing what has happened.
I endeavor to help people to unburden themselves of their externally imposed and self created spiritual architectures so that then maybe they can find the peaceful space from which to observe and connect with such essentials of coexistence on their own as they themselves find these to be, and regain all the peace, joy and serenity that is inherent in accomplishing these.
In sessions guided by me or any of the practitioners I’ve mentored, this technique works perfectly to resolve any chronic unwanted feeling. My participants, having experienced it through my guidance, learn to apply this on their own, with at least partial, if not complete relief.
Any emotion, virtually anything that can be felt, is simply an expression of some type of energy. What makes one feeling or emotion different from any other could be said to be the particular vibrational frequency of that energy. And so the energy expressing as panic is of a different vibrational frequency than the energy expressing as irritation, or hostility, or apathy, joy, enthusiasm, etc.
The natural tendency is to react to any unwanted feeling by trying to resist it. Resistance only makes things persist, and makes them stronger. Acceptance then is the solution. Spiritual digestion. As undigested material in your stomach will surely cause you discomfort, so will undigested feelings. And so, there is the need for a technique for digesting.
Step One: Identify the particular emotion or feeling that is disturbing you, in whatever terms best articulate it for you.
Step Two: Recognize and conceive of that feeling as, simply and only, energy expressing through you, that you have been reacting to by trying to resist it.
Step Three: Cease all resistance. Relax completely every muscle, head and body. Unclench your mind. Be completely relaxed, generate no effort of any kind; do not try to DO anything to, with, or about the energy that expresses as that feeling.
Step Four: Effortlessly allow that energy to freely express through you, to permeate, unresisted. Simply notice and feel the expression of the energy of that feeling, allowing it to naturally, spiritually be absorbed and digest within you.
Think of it like drinking hot tea, the heat passes through you and diminishes, disintegrates, fully expressed. Or like a person that has been demanding your attention, yelling at you, and the faster you walk away from them, the faster they follow you and the louder they yell, and so you stop, turn around, and let them have their say, without interrupting or stopping them; they have their say fully, and having done so, are done and it is over.
Don’t “try to make it go away”, or anything like that. Simply allow and accept the presence of what is expressing; don’t try to make it diminish, instead let it diminish, through thorough, relaxed acceptance.
If you catch yourself resisting in some fashion, which means that you are generating energy against it, and thus strengthening it, just notice you’ve been doing that, and return to doing step four as given.
That’s all there is to it!
Past, present, and future are all actually “nows”, and if we aren’t too busy denying or resisting it, all of our connections are always part of us. We construct walls in our minds for separation from things that are unpleasant, things that seem to conflict with our present situations, things that we want to forget or keep hidden, but these accumulating “no-fly zones”, in decreasing our wholeness, make us smaller, more restricted and more restrictive, cutting off pieces of our existence, tantamount to losing parts of ourselves.
All experience can be digested and absorbed, integrated within to make us whole, to be all that we are, and all that we can be. Greater happiness, and moving upward from fearfulness and resignation to a childlike wonder for all that can be encountered in life is restored through approach and deconstructing our walls, to assimilate, digest and integrate all that is part of our life continuum, to restore and regain the full expanse and spectrum that makes each of us confident, optimistic, able to appreciate and feel the joy of living, of having and living our passions, and as highly functional as we inherently are in pursuing these.
To be fully whole and alive, one must aspire and progress in the direction of tearing down the walls and integrating all that is us.
This principle also has relevance in recognizing our part in the community that is all beings.
— Love, Dex
The Stubbornly Held Protective Attitude, often observable in others and yourself expresses
“I want no part of that”
Think of it as the sound of a heavy metal door closing; a formidable resistance, a firm, resolute, “I won’t go there!”
It’s a rigid and obstinate knee-jerk response, and it is not too hard to tell that
Just behind this thought-energy shield that is being presented lies a state of anxiety and/or confusion, so intense at times that it is palpable. They can’t “go there”; they don’t dare, because something about that subject is related to something in that person’s mind that for them is dangerous and overwhelming.
This is not the precise procedure, but rather the sequence of the actual steps. I am daily engaged in mentoring and training practitioners in the actual procedure, and I can train you
The basic sequence for resolving a Stubbornly Held Protective Attitude (SHPA) is as follows:
1. Notice or discover the manifesting of an SHPA
2: Get your participant to express the phrase that best articulates the attitude.
3. Have your participant process (spiritually digest) the energy of the specific feeling or emotion that drives the attitude.
4.Have your participant articulate and examine exactly what emotionally charged condition he or she generated the SHPA as a shield to protect him or her from.
5. Have your participant recount and examine the circumstances over their existence of that condition occurring, that would trigger the use of the SHPA, thus processing and diminishing the intensity of the condition, so as to encourage and enable your participant to reexamine their perceived need for such an SHPA to shield them from that condition.
6. Have your participant examine all the consequences of having used the SHPA for protection from that condition.
7. Have your participant reevaluate, so as to decide to dispense with, that SHPA.
8. Have your participant fully process and resolve the painful or devastating condition for which generating and employing the SHPA was their response, using the Resolution Technique.
9. Have your participant continue to fully reexamine and reevaluate every tributary connected to the SHPA, so as to completely clean any and all replications out.
10. Have your participant now create a positive perspective and attitude in relation to the subject material of the SHPA to carry forward in life.