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My Life Feels Empty And Hollow - Part 4
1 July 2008 | AdminIntroduction
Over the past few issues I've been leading you through the MythoSelf Process as applied to the issue of "My life feels empty and hollow".
As a reminder, I chose this particular issue because providing a practical "in the world" resolution to the existential longing that people suffer in modern society, is at the heart of what the MythoSelf Process is all about, and I want to demonstrate to you how I think this is so.
The other reason I've chosen this thread is because I'd like to do by bit to demystify the MythoSelf Process and make it more accessible to people who are searching with the personal development field.
While the exercises aren't totally true to those presented in a face to face training, if applied with commitment and diligence they do serve the purposes outlined above.
It's great when you're having one of those days where it seems you just can't put a foot down wrong, but how about when your chips are down and you're feeling the walls crumble around you?
The quality of the life you lead is a function of the position you hold - not what you do - so for this issue I'll be focusing on helping you to connect your best state to going about your every day life so that you can experience how normal and everyday being at your best can become.
To align the essence of who you are with doing things.
You have a sense by now of how you are when you're at your best.
What's that like? (If you did last month's exercise you'll have chosen a word or phrase that describes this way of being for you.)
Remember to utilize what you learnt about how you uniquely access this state - the physical adjustments that you make to your body. Run through your access sequence now.
Like this, what's possible?
(Your response at this point should be "Anything!")
What are 3 things you'd like to be doing like this? Choose 3 ‘run of the mill' things. For example brushing your teeth in the morning, driving your car, cooking dinner.
For the sake of this exercise we'll call your 3 things X, Y and Z.
So being at your best, you'd like to X, Y and Z.
Coming up in the next issue ...
We all have those buttons, that when pressed, sends us right over the edge. Usually it's when certain people, or particular situations present themselves. Next month I'll be presenting an exercise to help you to deal effectively with those limitations.