Tag: index finger

Fear And How to Deal With It

“One need not try to destroy one’s faults. Simply change focus,” says Mary Burmeister. [WMS, p. 15] When we fight something, it implies that it has power over us. And by struggling against it, or trying to destroy it, we give it strength and legitimacy to its existence. So, the most effective, and arguably the only way to deal with mental habits is to simply change focus. And by changing focus, I don’t mean to avoid or to deny, but rather to overlook those faults. Here is what flows I have used to deal with fearful situations. Note the function

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Holding the Index Finger For Longer Periods Can Be Addictive

The quickie/self-help hold for opening Safety Energy Lock 13 is to hold first the index and the little finger of the left hand, and then repeating for the index and the little finger of the right hand. And as SEL 13 has been one of my favorites in recent years, naturally, I hold my index and little fingers a lot. The thing is, holding the index finger for longer than 20 minutes feels so good that I rarely wish to move on to the pinky. Take, for example, this morning. After holding the right index finger for over 20 minutes,

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