Past Forward: Get the Key to Your Future


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Exercise: Adult Workshop- Rescripting the Past to Heal Core Issues

Summary: Transforming PAST Failures into FUTURE Successes

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Background on This Exercise
Goal of This Exercise
Preparation for This Exercise
How to Do This Exercise
Example of Exercise Results

Background: Past successes act like rocket fuel to power individuals to create future triumphs. Past failures act like anchors dragging them down to create future failures. FAILURE is ONLY a sign that CHANGE is needed.

Failures exist to motivate us to dig deeper inside ourselves - to do different things and to do things differently - so that we can create even bigger and better successes in the future.

Goal: The main goal of this exercise is to help individuals recover from past failures so that they can create the future success they desire. Here is what this rescripting exercise can help an individual to achieve in any area of their life:

Proper Focus: reducing negative thoughts (which creates failure) by focusing on positive outcomes (which creates success).
Familiar=Easy: doing a complete mental run through of the key elements of any situation instills positive emotions of ease and flow.
Deep Motivation: success depends on an individual seeing themselves performing their tasks correctly to create the right result.
Quick Redirect: replaying a previous best performance (mentally) can rapidly get current (physical) performance back on track.
Inspires Innovation: refining current skills through the stimulation of creative ideas about new improvements for future success.

This "Rescripting Process" is based on Sports Imagery.

Preparation:

1> ALWAYS ACT with absolute conviction that what you are imagining is REAL. To your mind, there is NO difference between what really happened and what is vividly imagined with powerful emotions and sensations (sight, hearing, touching, and smelling). This is why a healing IMAGINED in the mind can have a REAL, measurable, physical result (like the cancer patients who have healed themselves by imagining that all cancer cells have left their body).

2> Being comfortable is the key. You can lie down (recommended) or sit up. If you opt to sit up, you must be supported and feel fully relaxed and comfortable.
......For more on "Relaxation Processes & Techniques",
click here.

3> Do this exercise in a peaceful place where you will be completely quiet and undisturbed for the entire session. For the best results, you should do this exercise twice a day for 30 minutes each time... until you achieve the results you desire.

4> Be patient with yourself in the time to come. Transforming failure into success takes time: the work that you do on your mind and emotions takes time to manifest in your physical body ("as above, so below"). If you are doing this process to effect a change, know that you WILL get the change that you have rescripted.

How to Do This Exercise:

1> Take some deep, refreshing breaths until you are totally comfortable and relaxed in whatever position you have chosen (it should take you no more than 3 minutes to get comfortable). Close your eyes and IMAGINE...

Tennis Example: Rescripting a tennis player's experience will be used to show how this process can help to erase past failures in losing matches as well as to create future successes in winning tournaments.

2> Fixing the Past- Reimagining the Failure: In physical "reality", we all experience failure, disappointment, and tragedy. When life does not go our way, the negative memories stay with us. They become like a weight inside us which drags us down, keeps us stuck in "failure" mode, and blocks us from future success. Yet we have the power to release this weight... for good and forever.

Tennis Example: A tennis player loses a tournament: getting all the way to the final but losing the match in "reality". Although the score can never be changed in the record books, it can always be changed in the mind.

2a> Fixing the Past- Physical Reimagining: In a tennis match, many physical things can contribute to failure. All these must be reimagined in the mind.

- What Really Happened: The wind floated a crucial ball long. The sun blinded the eye for a split second causing the serve or the return to go long or wide. The ball clipped the net causing it to spin wildly past the player. All these "real" things cost the player the match.

- What Must Be Reimagined: The wind drops the ball on the line for a game winning point. The sun sends a beam of light to guide a set winning point. The ball clipped the net going over it for the tournament winning point. Imagine the crowd cheering your amazing victory! Enjoy the sights and sounds of success: feel how good your body feels while experiencing this reimagined victory in precise detail.
Tennis Example: If you cannot physically reimagine the "actual" events to create a success in your mind... then you need to ask yourself WHY. You can only win if you PHYSICALLY believe you can win.

2b> Fixing the Past- Mental Reimagining: In a tennis match, many mental things can contribute to failure. All these must be reimagined in the mind.
- What Really Happened: You have never beaten your opponent. Before you walk out on the court, you are already remembering your last loss or even your last series of losses to this individual. You may have already lost the match in your mind because your opponent is a "top player" and all the commentators are certain you will lose. So you lose as expected and no one is surprised, not even you.

- What Must Be Reimagined: In the game of tennis, on any day anyone can win. You must believe that this is your day and it does not matter if your opponent is a top player. You know that you are going to win. You see the points piling up on the scoreboard. Soon you see yourself winning the match and consoling your opponent on their loss.
Tennis Example: If you cannot mentally reimagine the "actual" events to create a success in your mind... then you need to ask yourself WHY. You can only win if you MENTALLY believe you can win.

2c> Fixing the Past- Emotional Reimagining: In a tennis match, many emotional things can contribute to failure. All these must be reimagined in the mind.
- What Really Happened: You have been on a losing streak. You just cannot get your first serve in. Your balls do not catch the line but consistently go just slightly wide or long. It seems like you are always returning with 20 stroke rallies and having constant multiple deuce games. You feel frustrated with yourself because you know that you can do better... but just are not executing the way you know you can.

- What Must Be Reimagined: In your mind, you see yourself on a winning streak. You see yourself getting most of those first serves in. You see some service aces, more service winners, and the rest as well constructed points. You see yourself getting ahead in your service games and winning them easily. You see yourself breaking your opponent's serve. You see yourself winning sets, matches, and tournaments. You feel how good it is to execute your game precisely.
Tennis Example: If you cannot emotionally reimagine the "actual" events to create a success in your mind... then you need to ask yourself WHY. You can only win if you EMOTIONALLY believe you can win.

2d> Fixing the Past- Goal of Reimagining: You MUST reimagine the past FIRST so that the weight of past failures will not sabotage future visualization. You will know the past has been "fixed" when you no longer think or feel badly about past failures. When you have "erased" the past by reimagining failures as successes (ex. being a constant tennis winner in your mind), you are ready to form the future.

Tennis Example: When rescripting past failures start by reimagining the most recent loss and work your way backwards in time. The most recent failures have the greatest impact on your ability to form the future.

3> Forming the Future- Imagining the Success: In physical "reality", the best way to achieve the "outer" results you desire is to do the "inner" work on your mind and emotions. Whatever you vividly imagine with both clear mental images and passionate emotions, you can more easily and powerfully create in physical reality.

Tennis Example: A tennis player decides to raise the level of their game. This individual practices every day to hone their physical skills. They adopt a great physical, mental, and emotional fitness regime.

3a> Forming the Future- Physical Visualization: In a tennis match, the player must rely on their split-second physical actions to make the winning shot.

- Motions: The serve is the hardest motion to master in tennis. Forming a winning serve in the tennis player's mind goes like this:
"I toss the ball smoothly: straight and at the perfect height. I feel the racquet connecting with the ball at the sweet spot. I feel the ball coming off the strings with power, speed, and spin. I see the ball clearing the net by a thin margin. The ball lands as exactly I aimed it: whether down the T or in the corners of the service box. I am excited to score an easy, quick point on my serve."

- Reactions: The return is the hardest reaction to master in tennis.
Making a winning return in the tennis player's mind goes like this:

"Once I see the ball leaving my opponent's racquet, its path clearly reveals itself. Once I see the ball crossing the net, my feet, legs, arms, and hands work together in an easy motion. I go into the perfect position to return the ball. I am thrilled when I make an amazing shot and score an easy point against my opponent."
Tennis Example: In your mind, you should ALWAYS make the serve and crush the return. If this does not happen... then you need to ask WHY. You can only win if you PHYSICALLY believe you can win.

3b> Forming the Future- Mental Visualization: In a tennis match, the player must rely on their split-second mental decisions to make the winning shot.
- Decisions: The most talented tennis player will fail to win the match unless they can trust their split-second decisions as follows:
"I trust all my split-second decisions. I get my first serves in powerfully. My second serves are great. I trust my body and my mind to make the gettable shots and to stop me from going after the unwinnable shots. I trust my body and my mind to place all my shots inside the lines. I trust my mind to keep my body strong, healthy, and available for all the matches I wish to play."

- Thoughts: The most talented tennis player will fail to win the match unless they have empowering thoughts/beliefs as follows:
"I believe that I am the best tennis player today. Today I am physically fit, mentally sharp, and emotionally focused. I let go of any memory, opinion, or judgment of my opponent. I know that today at this moment, I am the best tennis player that I can possibly be. I put all my training, practice, and experience to the task of winning this match. I win this match today because of my passionate belief in myself, regardless of my opponent."
Tennis Example: In your mind, you should ALWAYS trust your decisions-thoughts. If this does not happen... then you need to ask WHY. You can only win if you MENTALLY believe you can win.

3c> Forming the Future- Emotional Visualization: In a tennis match, the player must rely on their split-second emotional responses to make the winning shot.
- Responses: The most talented tennis player will fail to win the match unless they can control their emotional responses as follows:
"I understand and accept that tennis is a game of surprises. If I lose a point by getting a bad call from an official, I respond by winning the next point. If I lose a point due to a net cord, a bad bounce, or a weird wind, I respond by winning the next point. If I lose a point due to due to a problem with my opponent, I respond by winning the next point. I control my emotional responses by focusing on winning each point, point after point."

- Feelings: The most talented tennis player will fail to win the match unless they can control their own feelings as follows:
"I am in total control of my feelings and emotions. If I am ahead in the game, I remain calm and build on my lead. If I am behind in the game, I stay focused on winning each point. As long as I have one point, I am still alive in the match. I channel all my emotions into winning point after point. I use my emotions as rocket fuel to power me into a win I know I deserve."
Tennis Example: In your mind, you should ALWAYS trust your responses-feelings. If this does not happen... then you need to ask WHY. You can only win if you EMOTIONALLY believe you can win.

3d> Forming the Future- Problems with Visualization: If you have had problems with visualizing the future the way you wish it to be, then it is highly likely that disempowering beliefs are actively interfering with your creation.
- Surfacing a Limiting Belief: Most tennis players are invested in the disempowering belief that their play is dependent upon the surface of the tennis court. Depending on the tournament, the surface will be clay (crushed brick), grass, or hard court (varieties of astro-turf).

- Limiting Belief in Action: Some players believe that they can play better on one surface than the others and offer their record on that surface as proof positive. Yet, it is this belief about surfaces that works for (better play) and against (worse play) them.
If they believe they are better on clay, they will play better. If they believe they are worse on hard court, they will play worse. It is not the difference in tennis surfaces that causes this (yes, there are technical distinctions effecting play on each surface), it is the differences in a player's BELIEFS that cause it.
- Changing Beliefs: Many will believe in something when they see it... but the universe works the opposite way. One must believe in what they want first BEFORE they will see it. Here is how a tennis player can rise above the apparent differences in the playing surfaces:
"Whether it is clay, grass, or hard court, I know the true surface I play on is BELIEF in myself. Clay courts are my friends. Grass courts are my friends. Hard Courts are my friends. My body and mind automatically adjust to the technical differences in these various surfaces so that I can win a tennis match under any conditions. I win on clay. I win on grass. I win on hard courts."
Tennis Example: You know you have properly formed the future when you walk out on court full of confidence. You know that you will win whether the surface is clay, grass, or hard court.

3e> Forming the Future- Goal of Visualization: When you do all this inner work, you are training your body, mind, and emotions to create - instantly and accurately - your vision of the future. When your thoughts and feelings are aligned with your desires, your body-mind-emotions will more powerfully create the future you have visualized when you take action. This must be so: it is universal law.

Tennis Example: You know you have properly formed the future when you walk out on court full of confidence. You know that you will win the match because body, mind, and emotions are trained to make it so.

Example: The examples are included in "How to Do this Exercise". If you have done a good job of rescripting, then you should feel instant peace each time after this exercise is concluded. That is how you will know that you have transformed your past failures inside and have paved the way for your future successes.

Famous golfer Jack Nicklaus wrote this about how he formed his success:

"I never hit a shot even in practice without having a sharp in-focus picture of it in my head. It's like a color movie. First, I 'see' the ball where I want it to finish, nice and white and sitting up high on the bright green grass. Then the scene quickly changes, and I 'see' the ball going there: its path, trajectory, and shape, even its behavior on landing. Then there's a sort of fade-out, and the next scene shows me making the kind of swing that will turn the previous images into reality and only at the end of this short private Hollywood spectacular [film] do I select a club and step up to the ball."

Related: For the exercise regarding childhood traumas, click here.

Credits: adapted from channeled information.


 

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