However you experience a problematic thought or feeling, in some way there is a need to objectify it as something outside of you. When people get angry they hit things, when they get sad they want to hold onto something or somebody. Often when people are confused they resort to writing things down so they … More How to change your perception of a problem
Often I work with people who are wanting to change behaviours that they feel are out of control, like anger, drinking, taking drugs or some other kind of addiction or destructive behaviour.
Working against these patterns by simply trying to stop them most often results in failure or at best short term relief. I usually start then with changing how the memory of the unwanted behaviour is stored away. When you recall the last time you engaged in the problem behaviour you remember it via your senses, so … what you saw, heard and felt.
In changing how you remember the behaviour we can alter its internal ‘pattern’ or programme. Here’s how you can do that now with an unwanted/problematic behaviour or memory of your own. … More Change your mind in 10 steps