The other day I wrote these words on my bathroom mirror. “I change best by feeling good.” They words are BJ Fogg’s.
I used to believe in yelling, demeaning, and cajoling myself. But it doesn’t really work, does it? Now I’m working with this idea: “I change best by feeling good.”
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I’ve begun playing with an exercise called “the circle of excellence.” It comes out of NLP, and the language isn’t my favorite, but I try not to let language and framing obscure the value of something that has value at essence. I think this exercise might match up well with the notion of “resourcing” arising from Peter Levine’s work, and I am interested in using it as a frame to explore proprioceptive space as I invite my best possible future self to embody me in the present. Engaging resource is me feeling good, and I know that both engaging resource and feeling good change me in ways I want to be changed.