Friday, October 30, 2015

October 30, 2015 - Class #7

Yeah!  Three more added to the Hall of Fame for completing their 28 day challenge!  What if you're not there yet?  What are those thoughts going on in your head?  Recognize where the negative thoughts are coming from, and just keep on acting!  

Today we went a little deeper on the chemical scale, and did a fun simulation to help you learn the levels and to recognize these levels in your own life.  

Level 0:  Peace, joy, the spirit - empowered
Level 1: Chemical Spill - "Eh" don't care, don't wanna (Physical reaction)
Level 2: Negative mood (Feelings) 

Level 3: Dude! You should..  rationalization (Words / First Thoughts)
Level 4: Irrational Conversation (More Words / Thoughts ) 
Level 5: Forget it moment (Actions) 

If you don't check yourself by the time you reach level 5, you will fall off the scale and go into the higher levels (6 means you lost a battle, 7 is numb, 8 is feeling guilty, 9 is shame, and 10 is repeat or repent.)  The higher you go on the scale, the more difficult it is to get back to 0.

We also got a great list of Satan's favorite thoughts for you to have, including "I don't want to, I'm not good at it, I can't do it, etc.)  See the HANDOUTS page if you missed this.  

Pay attention to what you are thinking and how you are feeling and see if you can tell where you are on the chemical scale.  If you lose a battle (you let yourself "forget it"), get back to 0 as quickly as possible.  We have been teaching you lots of ways for you to "get into the mood".  You can do it!  

*Work on your PWR Goals.  Add your WIN goals by emailing your captain and starting if you're at that point!

*Pay attention to what you are thinking and feeling, and determine where you on on the chemical scale.  If you're beating yourself up, recognize where that comes from, and change those thoughts!  

*Make a list of actions that help you feel in the mood, raise your energy, feel empowered, puts in you in your "prefrontal cortex."  

If you are missing any pages for your binder, you can find most of them on the HANDOUTS page 

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