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30. Actions-no-yes: from procrastination to the flying, sheer pleasure of acting!

A new form I made after hearing an exercise Tony Robbins offers in his course “Get the Edge.”

The purpose of this exercise is to open those cases where we feel stuck, where we experience what is called “procrastination.”

The explanation Tony gave it, was that we can’t act if we associate this action (or its consequences) with pain, and also, if we don’t act, it means there is pain association there, otherwise we would act (speaking about the actions we think we should perform) (maybe we shouldn’t perform them, that’s another story :)).

So the exercise is: first, to find out the associations that already are in place: the pain associated with the action, and the pleasure, associated with not acting.

Then to do the next stage (are we deliberate creators, after all :)) and find out, which pain we could find in NOT acting, in staying where we are, and which pleasure we can find in acting and/or its consequences.

 Example:

 Action description
 1. Pain from acting
 2. Pleasure from NOT acting
 3. Pain from NOT acting
 4. Pleasure from acting

Tony said to create the last list (with the pleasure from acting) really long. :) But actually, I started to write and it was hard to stop!

Okay, now let’s fill the forms! My advice, after doing this exercise on paper first, is to first fill all those first lines, finding out how it now is, in all action tables, and then all the second lines: for me they were actually quite the same! So I started feeling better in several areas at once. :)

Action 1

 Action description
 1. Pain from acting
 2. Pleasure from NOT acting
 3. Pain from NOT acting
 4. Pleasure from acting

Action 2

 Action description
 1. Pain from acting
 2. Pleasure from NOT acting
 3. Pain from NOT acting
 4. Pleasure from acting

Action 3

 Action description
 1. Pain from acting
 2. Pleasure from NOT acting
 3. Pain from NOT acting
 4. Pleasure from acting

Action 4

 Action description
 1. Pain from acting
 2. Pleasure from NOT acting
 3. Pain from NOT acting
 4. Pleasure from acting

Action 5

 Action description
 1. Pain from acting
 2. Pleasure from NOT acting
 3. Pain from NOT acting
 4. Pleasure from acting

Action 6

 Action description
 1. Pain from acting
 2. Pleasure from NOT acting
 3. Pain from NOT acting
 4. Pleasure from acting

Action 7

 Action description
 1. Pain from acting
 2. Pleasure from NOT acting
 3. Pain from NOT acting
 4. Pleasure from acting


Now, if you’re feeling any better, celebrate it! :)
Give yourself credit for it.
Bask in this sweet relief, this renewed confidence, this easiness of being.
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