So in this case, it’s perfectly normal to take things calmly. So we should embrace thia boredom/laziness for the time being during the healing of ST1?
We’re better off doing this, don’t ya think? It’s possible that we’re more lazy on the outside but there’s a lot of stuff happening on the inside.
Interestingly enough, among the few things that still intrigue me include reading Goddard and trying out an “I AM” Meditation. Those things, as well as watching shows. Even then, I am finding myself quickly fatigue of all these things.
More should attempt DR + DREAMS, see what’s going on. Running DREAMS as we speak.
Yes i would take things normally.
As @Neurokinetic mentioned that once a block is removed it needs to be replaced with a good behaviour and as you run your stack that will happen or when you go onto stage 2.
Its basically missing all that crap that was there.
Thanks guys, it does sounds like a good plan. Take things slowly and to let the inside of my head process all the input of DR. It’s a temporal matter and for the best!
It’s like 80% energy’s for processing the script and 20% for other stuff, so I now understand it’s normal.
Same, haven’t been as consistent on my drawings, writing and other things. I also find myself bored doing them and fatigued, can’t stand not even thirty minutes of sketching.
The least I do is to keep my daily habits, but not much else. Will enjoy these reflection periods and enjoy a good couch and bed then.
Proud to say that working out is now a habit-level activity so it’s one of the few things that’s unaffected by this
Exactly, same here. I’m just fine with keeping my streak for the moment.
That alone tells you how deep and wide effect of healing DR has.
I have; ive been watching a fuck ton of anime
Here’s my theory on the boredom
We’ve been addicted to our negativity, un-workability, reactivity, and goals to prove 'we are enough/ made it". They’ve become the fuel for our lives and it’s all drama on some level. The tension, the struggle. As DR purges and heals that we are transitioning into a more intrinsic, authentic, and spontaneous motivation. But like coming off porn, or nicotine, or any addiction -the transition can be enduring and the brain wants stimulation.
When I started DR fear of not having the life I wanted drove me (as it still does at times), then it got boring, now I’m turning a corner and excitement of the life I could have is the dominant flavor.
My other theory is that boredom is a minor form of anger and DR brings up anger as reconciliation.
Lmao…funny how one user says they feel like doing nothing on DR st1 then almost everyone jumps on that wagon Im running st1 and for me I always want to do something. Last night organized my new phone after work and also did some cleaning. The tiredness also is getting less, seems like my subconscious is accepting the Dr scripting more and I can do more than 2 loops in one day. I will slowly incorporate st2 by the end of next week and will run both st1 and 2 together but st1 more loops ofc
I’ve completely missed the larger context of this discussion, but I perked up when I saw the word ‘boredom’ because it reminded me of words from someone I think of as a teacher, though I’ve never sat with him in person.
This is what he says about boredom:
“Learn to enjoy boredom and monotony. When you feel bored, it means that it is a really good time and everything is in good condition. This is the most valuable time for you. Most people are unpleasant when things are boring, because they do not know the value of boredom and monotony. Monotony to them is too simple, and they cannot stand it. Those things you consider boring and monotonous can help you come back to yourself instead of pulling you away. By accepting them, you can nurture yourself.”
I’ve just foud a book which encourages to practice boredom.
One part of its review says:
A mix of cultural criticism and actionable advice, DEEP WORK takes the reader on a journey through memorable stories – from Carl Jung building a stone tower in the woods to focus his mind, to a social media pioneer buying a round-trip business class ticket to Tokyo to write a book free from distraction in the air – and no-nonsense advice, such as the claim that most serious professionals should quit social media and that you should practice being bored. DEEP WORK is an indispensable guide to anyone seeking focused success in a distracted world.
Many of us such as myself have discussed issues with self sabotage and I happen to remember this book that I have yet to read
Another book about trauma that I found and plan to read
Is stage 2 less harsh then stage 1 ?
It’s different, but I’d not say less harsh
but It does feel much more rewarding after you conquer the issue that it brings up
Im not running stage 2…
Im only running stage 1.
Bored as fuck again today. Even websites I usually go to daily I am finding boring and a waste of time. @SaintSovereign and @Fire weren’t exaggerating when they said Dragon Reborn will purge you and break you down. It’s getting more and more difficult not to question if what I’m doing is a waste of time or productive?
JCast Dragon Reborn + Mogul +R.I.C.H +EOG + Executive
That’s how it is, I guess. I don’t foresee time after work to be that productive hah