(If this is your first time on this site, please begin with "Are You Prepared For Success [Introduction.])
Now that you have been introduced to the basic concepts behind the process and the "Empowerment Triad" (passion, pleasure and repetition), it's time to start focusing on what's involved in the process itself.
This will require dedication on your part. If given the chance to work, the process will work. However, you have to be an active participant. There will be no embarrassing moments because the process is designed to be completed in private. As you continue through the process you will realize that embarrassment and self-consciousness is a hindrance to the achievement of success. When the process has been completed, being self conscious will be one of the negative attitudes that you will have replaced.
What's gone and what's past help
Should be past grief.
-William Shakespeare "The Winter's Tale"
You will need to maintain an open mind while participating in this process, and try as hard as possible to avoid having any of the new attitudes filtered through the old negative ones. By the end of the process, after successful completion, the old negative attitudes should be relegated to the past, not to encroach on the present or the future.
The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there.
-L. P. Hartley
Let the past drift away with the water.
The process, by necessity, needs to be in two versions:
- The "female" version
- The "male" version
It is VERY IMPORTANT that you use the correct version. Each version is set up the same way, but with subtle differences that are critical to the successful completion of the process. In order for the process to work, you will have to take ownership of the new attitudes. This means that the messages must be gender specific or it would be very difficult for, as an example, a woman to accept and own messages within versus that refer to "him," "his" or "man." For a woman, the references need to be "she," "her" or "woman."
It is also important to understand that the process is divided into three sections:
- "Section (I)", which you are nearing the end of, is the "Explanation and Preparation" section.
- "Section (II)", the "You" section, or the "Understanding and Acceptance" Section.
- "Section (III)", the "I" section, or the "Ownership and Becoming" section.
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