How many times have you wanted to break a habit yet found yourself still doing it?
How many times have you wanted to take an important decision but felt that you are in two minds over it?
Whether it was a bad habit or an important decision it can often be inner conflict you are experiencing that prevented you from acting congruently. At some points in our lives we may have a conflict where a part of us wants to do something while another part of us wants to do the opposite; see the examples below:
Sometimes you may not be able to break a habit just because a part of you wants it. In this case the more you try to break it the more this part of you holds on to it and so the result can be returning back to the habit without knowing why.
Even if you managed to ignore the needs of one of your parts you may feel a lack of inner integration, and experience suppressed emotions and unmet desires.
The solution to this dilemma is getting more understanding of those conflicting parts, then working on uniting those parts together with a common goal.
The following are the steps to follow in order to unite conflicting parts with one common goal. Make sure you read all steps before applying the technique.
Note that you aren’t going to resolve the inner conflict on the conscious level but instead you are going to do it on the unconscious level and that’s why the below steps may require some imagination!
Below is the global (big picture) explanation of how Parts Integration works. The detailed, specific language and process is in your practitioner manual.
Hold both of your hands in front of you so that your palms face the ceiling. Look at the first hand and imagine that you are holding the first part on it and try to imagine the shape of the part. Some people see it as a glowing ball, some see it as a person and others see very different things so just visualize and see what you see. Notice if the part has a weight or if it has a sound. Do the same for the second part. We are using symbols because your subconscious mind thinks using symbols.