TCZ FORUM

Connect with other TCZ members & help each other help yourselves by sharing your experiences!

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How does daily practice make you feel? What is helping you commit to your daily practice?

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How is facing & erasing going for you? What is your favorite face it & erase it tool & why?

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What did you experience when you tried Stop, Drop, Chop? Have you been able to "chop" a feeling with your attention?

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Were you able to "school" some stressful feelings surrounding school? What did you experience with Truth practice?

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What are you observing about the kinds of tv, film, & social media you're attracted to? How goes digital detox?

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Are you able to see and work on feelings about your image & ideas of success? How does the Love practice make you feel?

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How has "working opposites" helped you in facing & erasing about the future? What are you doing for Spread The Good?!?

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What are some words of wisdom you'd like to share from your personal TCZ experience?

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Zen tips are important tips for you to consider during TCZ- whether you are a group leader or a club member.

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Learn some important tips when it comes to foundational facing & erasing.

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Learn some important tips when it comes to Stop Drop Chop & More!

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Were you able to see your reactions (& work on them) surrounding family interactions? How goes Attitude of Gratitude?

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Are you working on your reactions to your peers? Are being quiet instead of "dumping"? How goes the Kindness Campaign?

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Have your ideas or self-awareness about love & dating changed since you watched the TCZ video?

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How have TCZ tools helped you with the mistakes you have made or could make?

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  • hmhbprogram
    Oct 22, 2017

    When using Stop Drop Chop, the most important thing to remember is not to skip steps: Drop your mind BEFORE you put your attention on the feeling. This will help you immensely, so make it a habit :) Remember that wherever there is anger there is also fear, so look for it inside. If you are angry because someone called you a mean name, look for the fear inside that says “I’m afraid of this person, or I'm afraid what that person said was true.” Even if you don’t think you have anger or fear surrounding a mistake you or someone else made, still look for it, or just try using an SLT phrase and see what happens. Doing this can lead to major break-throughs and progress inside. How you do one thing is how you do everything. This means to notice the quality with which you do big actions and small actions. See if you notice any similarities. For example, do you wait until the last minute to do things? Or do you always worry about how well you will do something? Just look and you'll find a pattern that is not just happening for one event, but for many events in your life. Once you catch your pattern, face and erase the feelings behind it using Stop Drop Chop in the moment each time it comes up to eventually face & erase a whole habit pattern! After you have stop, dropped, and chopped a feeling, GO INTO YOUR HEART CENTER AND STAY THERE FOR AWHILE. Stay there for a few minutes and experience your Higher Consciousness and the peace that came from facing & erasing. If you feel more feelings or sensations in your heart center, put your attention on them until they melt. Do this everyday, and you will make very quick progress. See the attached video to see a mini demo on how to use Jin Sin Jhytsu. Use it once a week for a full body balancing tune up. It can help with the health of your five major organs and can help balance your emotions as well, making you feel even calmer during your week :) If someone is having a panic attack, you can have them hold their index finger, or you can hold it for them to help balance their fear and return them to a calmer state too.
  • hmhbprogram
    Oct 6, 2017

    The most important thing to remember when working on yourself, is: your feelings are yours, and yours alone. No one else created them in you, so you must not blame anyone else for your feelings. The only thing you have real control over is how you approach your own reactions. You cannot change anyone else, but you can change yourself. So if someone does or says something you do not like (and you react with anger or sadness inside) it is your job, your responsibility, to face and erase your reaction. Once you do this, you are free from the pain of your reaction. You just created more peace within yourself, and therefore more peace in the world. Be sure to give yourself and others space when you are working on a feeling, or when a big feeling comes up. You're natural reaction may be to hug someone, or to try to comfort them physically, but that actually can prevent the feeling from breaking down! The best way you can help someone or yourself is to remind them to relax and use their face it & erase it tools if they are having trouble, to keep your distance, to stay quiet, and to just keep your attention on your own reactions first and foremost. DON'T EXPRESS IT OR SUPPRESS IT, FACE IT & ERASE IT! This means before you go talking about a feeling, or trying to pretend a feeling is not there, you need to face it and erase it with one of your tools. Talking about a feeling may release a little pressure, but it doesn't get rid of the feeling. Suppressing a feeling (pushing it down) just makes it a bigger problem inside later on. So, when a feeling comes up, the best thing to do is stay quiet with yourself and to feel the feeling with your attention, and then erase it! What you RESIST will PERSIST. Whatever you do not erase today, it will keep coming up. When feelings come up in the moment that is the best time to work on them. Don't ignore something, no matter how small it may seem, like an irritation, impatience, or criticism of someone else. Always look at it and face it and erase it in the moment. If you miss facing and erasing it in the moment, then take the time later on in your day and review the event to break down the feeling(s) you missed in the moment. Reasons why SLT would NOT work on erasing your feelings are : 1) If you do not properly focus on your inner space and "feeling the feeling" inside as you do the practice. 2) You really don't want to get rid of the feeling (deep down), and if this is so, keep asking yourself THE THREE QUESTIONS until your answers are sincerely yes, yes, and now. 3) If you are ignoring, or don't yet understand all the feelings surrounding a problem you are having. If you're stuck, ask a group leader or a HMHB teacher to help you figure out what to really work on. How to use finger tapping: If you cannot remember the SLT pressure points, or want to be a little less obvious than pressing points around your eyes to work on a feeling, you can try pressing your pointer finger and thumb together rapidly while thinking or saying your phrase. is is called finger tapping. Finger tapping can come in handy like when you are in class and don’t want to leave your seat to go work on a feeling. You can also simply move your eyes side to side (like in the last part of SLT) instead of finger tapping to help break a feeling that is not going away easily, or when you don't want to bring much a attention to yourself. Remember that wherever there is anger there is also fear, so look for it inside. If you are angry because someone called you a mean name, look for the fear inside that says “I’m afraid of this person, or maybe I'm afriad what that person said was true.” Even if you don’t think you have anger or fear surrounding a mistake you or someone else made, still look for it, or just try using an SLT phrase and see what happens. Doing this can lead to major break-throughs and progress inside. Just remember you have yet to learn the most incredible, simple, and powerful facing & erasing technique, so stay tuned for meeting #3 to learn STOP DROP CHOP.
  • hmhbprogram
    Sep 20, 2017

    The most important thing to remember about your daily practice is: consistency is key. Just like anything we do in life, if we are consistent, we will see results. 1) Ideally you should be committing to the daily practice 2 times a day- morning & evening. Great times to do your daily practice are: - Right after you wake up - Before you go to school - During a study hall/before school/after school with your practice partner(s) - After you get home from school (before you sit down to do your homework) - Before you go to sleep Note: When you meet with other club members to do daily practice and you can't seem to find a quiet environement where you won't be interrupted, simply use a smart phone and some head phones to listen to the guided daily practice- either listen as an indivual or share the head phones. 2) Create a space or "Zen Zone" for you to do your daily practice where you can be quiet and alone. This could mean creating a space in your home, at school, in your car-- whenever you create an inviting, peaceful, and safe physical space for your practice, you will be more inclined to commit to your practice. 2) If you're having trouble "feeling anything" from your light meditation, or simply not feeling any different after you do your daily practice, here are some reasons/things you can do: - People have different levels of openness on an energetic level. Sometimes it just takes a bit of time (at least a month) of doing daily practice (i.e. specifically alternate nostril breathing & light meditation) to open energy channels more in the body. - If you are a very cerebral or intellectual person (thinking many thoughts all the time) it can be more difficult for you to cut through it all. Again, this just takes some time of doing consistent practice, but don't get discouraged. - You might actually be blocked energetically, which can happen very easily if you are around people all day long (which most of us are) or if you take prescription medications for altering mood and attention. Do the TCZ Clearing Practice (Week #2) and see if that helps you feel clearer, have a greater flow of energy in your body, or experience more physically the energy of the light meditation.

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