Friday, November 18, 2011

Will your Life Still Be Sitting On the Shelve In 2012?

Are You Tired Of Living A Dull and Boring Life?

Catharsis is the Answer?

How you may ask, can I get the trash out of my life now and before the New Year?
You need a Cathartic Experience.
What is that you say, "A Cathartic Experience?"
A catharsis is is a Greek word meaning "cleansing" or "purging".
or a cleaning out (medical term) for excreting the bad stuff.

Wow, Frank, you are in a raw mood today, aren't you?
I'll answer that by saying, "Yes, I am."
I'm mad as can be because I see clients everyday who keep doing the
same things that have put them in a inappropriate position to take
advantage of the opportunities in life.

GET RID of The BAD Stuff, NOW!

OK, I agree, but how can I do that?

The Greek philosopher Aristotle was the first to use
the term catharsis with reference to the emotions –
in his work Poetics. In that context, it refers to
a sensation or literary effect that, ideally,
would either be experienced by the characters in a play,
or be wrought upon the audience at the conclusion of a
tragedy; namely, the release of pent-up emotion or energy.

For example, Bertolt Brecht viewed catharsis as a pablum
for the bourgeois theatre audience, and designed dramas
which left significant emotions unresolved, intending to
force social action upon the audience.

The term catharsis has also been adopted by modern
psychotherapy, particularly Freudian psychoanalysis,
to describe the act of expressing, or more accurately,
experiencing the deep emotions often associated with
events in the individual's past which had originally
been repressed or ignored, and had never been
adequately addressed or experienced.

A Catharsis is also an emotional release.

Pretty heavy duty stuff, right.
Is a tragedy or an emotional challenge holding you back?

Remember, Change happens INSTANTLY when you are ready.

Here are my www.90DayGoals 7-steps to have a Catharsis and
achieve your written Dreams and Goals and not let emotional
Mountains stand in your path.

The 7-Steps for a Life Changing Catharsis Of Achievement.

1- Write down what you think is preventing you from moving forward.
2- Ask a friend or a professional counselor about your question. (Listen to them)
3- Believe that you can accomplish your goals.
4- Use the "What one thing can I do today...? question to move you forward.
5- Just do it, (step #4) before you go to bed.
6- Don't let yourself go to bed the same way you woke-up but better.
7- Always ask a question about your question. The answer is in the question.

As my gift to you for your personal Cathartic self-awakening experience get the
Daily "Moving Forward Goals List," Pro-bono by emailing:

Your Goals Guide
Frank Gasiorowski, Life Development Systems, 105 3rd Avenue, SE., Glen Burnie, Maryland, 21061