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Feelingwork: Instructions on identifying feeling states, mapping and moving them, and integrating the transformations into one’s life. Useful for solo work or facilitating others.

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  • Vicious Enforcer ·

The Many-Limbed Creature

As I’ve made my way through the articles highlighting the reactive states of this Vicious Enforcer set having to do with my relationship with authority via my father, I’ve found myself in touch with yet another tentacle that remains over a decade later.
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  • Vicious Enforcer ·

Witness to It All

In today’s post I want to share an additional state that was not directly part of the set including Vicious Enforcer, but instead stood outside of it, in a witness position. First let me describe the state, and then I will talk a bit about the phenomenon of the witness.
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  • The Science ·

Why are we made this way?

Whenever we as explorers discover something new, the very next question that typically arises is, “Why is it this way and not some other?” I shall have more to say about this in later articles, but at this point I think it is important to give you a preview.
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Integration: An Issue vs. a Life

When working with a focused issue, the work will most often remain somewhat limited in scope. But it is rare that anyone has an issue which is truly isolated, and clearing this first issue will reveal another pattern which had previously been hidden.
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Integration: Revisiting Developmental Tasks

The deeper the work you do, especially when you work with full, nine-part sets, or even more so when you dig deep into three-set constellations, the more likely it is for you to find yourself in a place where you feel like a raw novice in some area of your life.
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Integration: Spontaneous Re-Patterning

It might seem that changing a life is a lot of work. It might seem after you have mapped and moved half a dozen feeling states, or a full set of nine, that you should take a step back and make a five year plan. I can tell you that is unnecessary.
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Integration: As Within, So Without

In doing the work of Feelingwork, it is natural for us to gradually evolve our outer lives to more fully match our inner lives. But sometimes that natural evolution can be obstructed. In these cases, it can be very important to draw the focus of change inward.
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Integration: Rehearsing the Future

In the same way that we can go back and rewrite our interpretations of the past, we can imagine ourselves into the future to re-craft our expectations. By doing so, we can make it easier and more likely that we will respond in new ways to situations that used to trigger our reactive states.
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Integration: Rewriting the Past

When you shift into an ideal state, take some time with your past. You don’t have to do it right away, but at some point within a few days of shifting a state, look back on those times in which the old, reactive state used to be triggered.
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