Three lenses for uncovering resistance – Finding Root Causes (Part 2) (Pod #560)
Sometimes we have to do tasks that we just don't like because they are no fun, such as having to scrub the inside of a smelly old garbage can, or doing yard work at three in the afternoon on a hot summer's day.
There are other tasks where the reason we avoid doing them is less clear. Hidden behind our reluctance is the key to understanding our resistance to taking action.
When we are able to decode our resistance and uncover the hidden meaning behind it, then we have a powerful tool for clearing our self-sabotaging behaviors.
This week in the podcast I share with you three lenses you can use to find hidden limiting beliefs in the tasks you don't like.
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The 10% Solution – Healing Fundamentals (Part 12) (Pod #576)
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You are taking too much responsibility – Healing Fundamentals (Part 10) (Pod #573)
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When the new normal becomes the normal – Healing Fundamentals (Part 8) (Pod #571)
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You are a notoriously bad eyewitness to your own experience – Healing Fundamentals (Part 7) (Pod #570)
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If it weren't for resistance, change would already have happened – Healing Fundamentals (Part 6) (Pod #569)
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Using Tapping in the Correctional System for Trauma, Addiction and Recovery w/ Kerri Rhodes (Pod #568)
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