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©2013 SLENTERS mindstuff info www.mindstuff.info Pivoting A quick way to turn negative emotional reactions into positive energy
©2013 SLENTERS mindstuff info www.mindstuff.info Pivoting A quick way to turn negative emotional reactions into positive energy Step one for you: Recollect a recent example of a negative emotional reaction to a situation. Recollect a recent example of a negative emotional reaction to a situation. The basic process – a demonstration
©2013 SLENTERS mindstuff info www.mindstuff.info Pivoting A quick way to turn negative emotional reactions into positive energy Observation: There is something you want. The basic process – a demonstration Otherwise you do not feel any emotion You are not looking at what you want but in the opposite direction
©2013 SLENTERS mindstuff info www.mindstuff.info Pivoting A quick way to turn negative emotional reactions into positive energy Step two for you: Ask: What do I want ? Ask: What do I want ? The basic process – a demonstration When the answer comes, pay attention to a slight bodily shift of relief. A release of tension. When the answer comes, pay attention to a slight bodily shift of relief. A release of tension.
©2013 SLENTERS mindstuff info www.mindstuff.info The process of Pivoting in quick succession Whenever you feel negative emotions: Beware, there is something you want! Step one Otherwise you would not feel emotions Step two You are not looking at what you want, but in the opposite direction! What do I want? Attention to the ‘felt sense’
©2013 SLENTERS mindstuff info www.mindstuff.info Pivoting End of this session Point here to close it. Point here to close it. Point here to close it. Point here to close it.
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