We talk a lot about setting Neutral Association or Observer Point, which is step three in the HGS Calibration process. In some ways we could also call this non-reactivity. How do we discipline and train ourselves, to stop reacting to Victim Victimizer programming?
As soon as we recognize that we are taking something personally, we must be able to recognize it and work with it. This means feeling the reaction, naming the emotion, sourcing the unresolved pain it is pointing to and working to clear it.
If we are going to be doing sessions work, the session clarity will be lost if we are reacting to the material the HGS is showing us. This means we are not ready to do session work.
This is the slippery slope of Self-Assessment. We have to be willing to be absolutely honest, to be exactly where we are and to accept who we are right now. The days of masking or hiding or covering, for fear of being rejected must come to an end. When we are playing this game, we actually become the person that is rejecting us. We are saying to ourselves that we are not loveable and acceptable, as we are.
For some of us the V-V program is something we turn on ourselves, which breeds self-doubt. For some it is something we turn on others, breeding external conflicts in the environment. Whether hitting up against superior or inferior thought forms, this is a sign that we have more work to do. The negative ego is being enlisted to defend an illusion, which we must call out.
Here is one way that we might assess where we are with neutrality. Does our body go into fight-flight? Is our lower survival brain registering conflict, even if we are trying to tell ourselves that we are neutral? What does our heart rate say, adrenal glands say, muscle tone and breathing say?
Our autonomic nervous system works tirelessly to assess our safety and to give us extra energy when we are in danger. All this happens below radar and is controlled by the survival or reptilian brain. Sadly the survival brain has been targeted with Mind Control programs, like the V-V software, which means it is working overtime. When a V-V program is running, our bodies move in
to fight flight mode. This is an entirely different physiological state than Neutral Observer.
The Autonomic Nervous Systems has three basic patterns, which are simplified in this stop light model. Neutral Observer is the green zone, which means inner calm, relaxation, a slow heart rate and long easy breaths. Our focus is not narrowed, into problem solving or defending, so there is a broad quality of perception of 360 degrees, while remaining self-aware.
As soon as we react to something or get triggered, the physiology moves us into the yellow zone. The body immediately transforms itself for battle, heart and respiration speed up, energy reserves are converted for swift action, the limbs have more blood flow and strength, the eyes and ears tune differently and the bandwidth of perception narrows to focus on the threat.
Sadly this is where people say things they regret. This is being jacked up on adrenaline and damaging trust with harsh words and aggressive behavior. These are the conditions where reactivity can take over, if we are not disciplined. As soon as we feel ourselves react, we must step back. We do not have a 360 view we do not have self-awareness, in this state. Our first priority is to get back to green, where our body relaxes and our perception can recover from the narrow focus of a power struggle.
Learning to recognize when the body is in fight-flight, sensing the tension and readiness for action, the extra energy and fast heart rate can be helpful. As we work the tools, the level of reaction in the body gets smaller and smaller, until we truly are able to stay in Neutral Observer, no matter what is in front of us.
Once we are free of responding to VV programs, even when someone hurls insults at us, we will feel compassion for them. We know who we are. We do not go into self-doubt or self-defense. We are able to accurately assess they are being caught in a programs, that their body and mind are now hijacked in yellow, which means they are not in control of themselves. Which is a painful place to be.