EXERCISE: ATTACHEMENT & AVERSION

PRINT THIS ATTACHMENT & THE AVERSION PAGE (BACK TO BACK)

Print both pages for each of the unhelpful, limiting, and negative 1/ thoughts, 2/ emotions, 3/ feelings, 4/ habits, 5/ beliefs, and 6/ decisions you no longer want, need, and that you want to let go of.

SELECT THE UNHELPFUL, LIMITING AND NEGATIVE.

o thoughts,
o emotions,
o feelings,
o habits,
o beliefs,
o decisions,
o you no longer want, need, and that you want to let go of.

THEN ANSWER THE VARIOUS QUESTIONS AS SHOWN BELOW.

ATTACHMENT TO:
Just let your mind think of things about the attachment. Please write it down and see what you wrote or thought as wanting approval, control, or being safe or secure, then release the want.

  • WHAT ADVANTAGE IS IT TO ME?
  • WHAT DISADVANTAGE IS IT TO ME?
  • IMAGINE NEVER, EVER, BEING ABLE TO:

Put the attachment in the blank space and let go of clutching or resisting the feelings it brings up in your stomach or chest. Keep releasing until there are no more feelings in your stomach or chest.

  • COULD I LET GO OF MY ENTIRE ATTACHMENT TO:

Put the attachment in the blank space and keep letting go until you can say “yes” 100% with no clutching or resistance.

  • I ALLOW MYSELF TO LET GO, 100%, OF MY ENTIRE ATTACHMENT TO:

 

AVERSION TO:

Just let your mind think of things about the aversion. Write it down and see what you wrote or thought as wanting approval, control, or being safe or secure, then release the want.

  • WHAT DO I LIKE ABOUT IT?
  • WHAT DO I DISLIKE ABOUT IT?
  • IMAGINE ALWAYS:

Put the aversion in the blank space and let go of clutching or resisting the feelings it brings up in your stomach or chest. Keep releasing until there are no more feelings in your stomach or chest.

  • COULD I LET GO OF MY ENTIRE AVERSION TO: BEING STRESSED

Put the aversion in the blank space and keep letting go until you can say “yes” 100% with no clutching or resistance.

  • I ALLOW MYSELF TO LET GO, 100%, OF MY ENTIRE AVERSION TO:

 

 

 

For each answer, make sure you also put (on the right side of the line) if your answer comes from

  • wanting/fear of losing CONTROL,
  • wanting/fear of losing APPROVAL,
  • wanting/fear of losing SECURITY,
  • wanting/fear of losing SEPARATION.

JFA YNA (EN) – Toolbox Letting Go vs (202302) Practice