Hope you'll join me for this class:
Dates: Tuesday, May 7, 14 and 21
Time: 6-7 p.m.
Cost: $10 per session
Sometimes bad habits persist even when we've repeatedly tried to stop. Rather than continuing to battle these urges directly, it helps to wage a more systematic war directed toward the underlying cycles in our life that support the habit.
In this class, participants will learn and start applying key change strategies like:
Play-by-Play: The conflict between the urge to give in and the desire to stay strong usually plays out as a tug-of-war. Speaking, writing or texting pro and con arguments drags the process onto the battlefield of language and logic, giving our Higher Self a distinct home-field advantage.
Installing Forks: In addition to strengthening our spiritual defenses against temptation, it helps to establish some habit-based defenses: automatic responses that are healthy and life-affirming. Then, in the heat of the moment, we've already marked common decision points and have practiced choosing the right path.
The War Room: We're not the bloodied, panicked soldier in the foxhole. We're the general in the war room. We need to take notes on our victories and defeats, send reinforcements where our troops need strengthening, and be patient and deliberate as we go through the process of winning the war.
Whether you struggle with sexual temptation, compulsive eating, a bad temper, or some other self-control breakdown, this class will help you get back in control of your life.
(Seating is limited, please call to register: 801-255-1155)