At Last! The Truth About Instant Change…
“Change desires for pornography instantaneously. In a twinkling of an eye in a moment of desire change how you feel about viewing porn.”
Yes. You can change in an instant!
Less than a nanosecond, with keen sense of awareness I felt the pain spread through me, self-loathing and despair. I can’t take this any longer.
Then, my focused shifted. I wondered: What would it feel like being free from porn?
The possibilities, surges of energy hit my consciousness; happiness, joy, peace.
Hope contrasted despair.
I hungered: I so much want to be happy.
Anxiety pulled me back to pain. Yet, I felt a tinge of hope. I felt a difference. I reasoned: Why suffer when I could have so much more?
I decided enough is enough; I must change. I looked up and said, “I’ve had it!”
I felt the change. One moment consumed with acute anxiety, the next moment…. Whoa! An indescribable joy (pleasure) hit me. A deep sense of peace enveloped me. The change happened instantaneously. I lost the desire for pornography. I stopped.
There’s a limiting belief prevalent in our culture: If a person can change that quickly, it means he really didn’t have a problem in the first place.
The truth: A person doesn’t have to live through years of emotional hell to finally get to the point of change.
Think back to how many times you stopped pornography; the feelings you felt immediately before and after stopping.
My experience: I desperately wanted to rid myself of acute anxiety. Anxiety dominated my emotions. The pain was so intense it motivated me to move away from pornography.
I wanted the pleasures associated with freedom (joy, peace, happiness); however, anxiety grabbed me by the throat, motivating me to change.
What motivates you most, pain or pleasure? What type of emotions dominates your decision making process?
Knowing the answer opens unlimited possibilities for you. How would it feel to be able to change at will? Whatever it is you want to stop, you can pull up the emotion you need for change. How do you produce emotion at will?
There are Three Emotion Generators.
Focus: Thoughts and beliefs held in mind produce feelings after their own kind, negative or positive.
Words: Negative or positive words create feelings in the body after their own kind.
Physiology: Body language—posture, facial expressions, eyes, the tilt of the head, hands, the positioning of the arms, the positioning of the legs, breathing—causes feelings of confidence or insecurity. The body mirrors beliefs focused on in the mind.
You can turn on the Emotion Generators at will by switching your thoughts, speaking a word or changing your physiology. The hypothalamus gland in the brain alchemically transmutes emotions into peptides, and then, sends peptides to the cells causing feelings.
If we then understand how feelings are generated, consciously or unconsciously; then, we start understanding the purpose of feelings.
The purpose: feelings are tools for the subconscious mind to communicate with the conscious mind, the body/brain connection.
Feelings connect to the brain (conscious mind) what type of thoughts you’re thinking, what type of words you’re using in dialogue and what type of body language you’re reflecting. Why is this important?
The feelings you feel either limit or empower your motivation to take action.
How are feelings generated? One example: The hypothalamus gland in the brain produces chemicals called peptides. These amino acids (peptides) are sent to cells in various parts of the body. The opiate receptors—molecules on the surface of cells in the brain and body—attract the peptides. The opiate receptors receive peptides, causing feelings in the body. These chemicals (amino acids) latch onto the cells in the body, generating the feelings associated with the emotions. Feelings motivate action.
Please check out Dr. Candace B. Pert’s great book, Molecules of Emotion, for in depth scientific findings on how emotions affect the cells in the body, causing feelings.
Experience it. Check it out. Get a pen and answer the following questions.
- Focus: Insert the word “Pornography” into your mind. Focus on it. What do you feel?
Now, focus on a belief you have about pornography. Write it down. What do you feel?
- Words: Speak (say out loud) one or two words associated with pornography.
As you said those words, what did you feel? Write it down.
- Physiology: Now change your physiology, slump over. Look down. What do you feel?
Now, stand erect. Pull back your shoulders. Look up. What emotion do you feel?
Now, go to a mirror. Make a face. Describe your feelings. Write them down.
Note: How to Activate Your Emotional Power: Simply decide. Indecision kills motivation but making a decision gives the emotional strength to overcome. When you follow the desire for freedom, expect miracles.