If you look back on your life, you will likely begin to realize you have a pattern of your own. The long term effect of experiencing abuse when we are children and have no control over our situation creates various scenarios throughout our lives to give us an opportunity to correct our reactions to the abuse. The lesson is meant to let us learn how to gain control of our lives and the outcome of these similar situations. But until we recognize it, we can’t do anything about it. Too often, we are so busy being the victim we can’t see the lesson and that is why we keep repeating the same scenario.

We are not taught to observe our lives as a lesson. We are generally only living our lives in a reactionary method, especially when we feel like a victim.

By the time I left the sales consultant position, I had worked myself into a frenzy of multiple health issues. They were brought on by the stress of the environment, a manager who had no respect for a female in sales and ridiculous quota increases. Every time I met my quota, they would increase it, even doubling it one time. The pressure was tremendous, but it was familiar as well.

Part of my pattern was to put myself in a situation where most people would believe it was impossible to accomplish what was set before me. Then when I did succeed, I had a great sense of achievement. It was my way of trying to feel as though I had value. But the cost of the achievement often left me in poor health and with dire emotional repercussions.


Challenges in New York

I met Diane at the NextGen Charity event in New York this week and at the after party we started talking about negative emotional disorders. She has been accumulating reparative techniques for more than 20 years.

She said she was very curious about the process and wanted to know more. We set up a time later on Friday and she came over to the hotel after the event was finished.

I told her the basics of how the system works then asked her to work with Ruby who was with us. She took to it very quickly. It is rare that someone understands the process and can use the process that quickly. In fact I have never been able to  train anyone that quickly.

After she worked with Ruby through one cycle, I had her work with Kim who was with us from Sacramento. It was amazing. Diane was able to pin point the challenge and reduce the emotional and logical effects in less than 20 minutes.

When we were through the cycles we talked about how to recognize what the dominant issue is. It’s not as obvious as it might be, so it takes some time to be able to recognize what a person is holding on to.

But in this case, Diane was very quick to pin point each of the primary issues Kim and Ruby were experiencing.