Using Admiration to Handle Hopeless Situations

As an opening move, let me say those hopeless situations don’t just happen. They are caused. When you find the source of the problem, a hopeless situation can be resolved.

A hopeless situation is like any other unsolvable problem. It can be best understood as opposing intentions that are hung up in time. These hopeless situations are always based on a lie, and when the lie is discovered, the hopeless situation vanishes.

In earlier practices, the bulk of the counseling was directed to uncovering the lie that caused the problem. This is a time-tested solution, but it takes extreme skill to do it and not cause emotional damage to all concerned.

I have discovered that there is an admiration process that will resolve hopeless situations that earlier practices could not touch. This process can be learned in about an hour from a trained coach and, once used effectively, can be used by the person in solo sessions thereafter.

Here is a suggested sequence of events to handle your hopeless situation:

1 Find a coach who is trained to use admiration

2 Clear the idea of admiration as a causative flow which is not dependent on what the target is doing or being

3 Find something easy to admire and do it until you feel good and have a realization about the object of your admiration

4 Find something more difficult to admire and find a part of the situation that you can admire

5 Find something else about the situation that you can admire and repeat this action until you have a realization about the situation and feel relief

6 Inspect your hopeless situation and find something about it that you can admire. You may need help from your coach at this point because the hopelessness of the situation will prevent you from looking at it clearly at first.

7 With the help of your coach, keep finding parts of the situation that you can admire and continue to reach and withdraw using admiration until you experience a complete release from the misery of your situation. You will find that your upset will tend to come off in bits and pieces with accompanying laughter, but you should not stop until you experience complete relief. This generally takes less than an hour.

You will probably experience several realizations while running this admiration process, but you should not stop until you can actually see that the situation is no longer hopeless.

You may have to run this process more than once, depending on the enormity of your situation, but you will know you are done when you no longer have any questions on how to deal with the situation, and you are able to laugh about it with others.

If you need help in running this, even when being coached, send me a note and I will be happy to help you spot what is being missed.

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A suitable musical tribute to this very odd year of 2020

My attention was drawn to an image titled 2020: The Musical. Just looking at the sheet music, I felt it was a fitting theme for this challenging year of 2020.
The actual title of the piece is Faerie’s Aire and Death Waltz by John Stump written in 2010. This almost unplayable viral composition is actually a musical joke by a very talented composer with a twisted sense of humor.
If you look at the sheet music you will see that the real story is in the annotations and it is hard to believe that any group could perform it. However, where there is a challenge, someone will usually find a way to meet it, and you can see a video of a group performing Faerie’s Aire and Death Waltz and following the annotations almost to the letter here.
For maximum enjoyment, grab a beverage and read the annotations while watching the video.

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Video of SRT Academy Meeting Discussing Reach and Withdraw

This is one video you must take time to watch. Joachim held and Alka Madan joined me for one of the most thought-provoking discussions of the role that reaching and withdrawing plays in our human existence. You will find new ways to apply reaching and withdrawing to your life from this video.

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Video Recording of 9-6-20 SRT webinar

We changed the topic as a result of our Saturday workshop discussion. Here is the recording of the actual webinar in which we discuss, “What You Need To Know About Reach & Withdraw.” I think you will hear material you have never heard before.

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