Step 2: Why you surrendered the Control?

Trying to get the remote control back requires concerted effort and series of actions that need to be taken. The control is released so gradually that sometime you may not even realise it – the remarks on your height when you were a kid, or your drawing, or the way you kicked the ball. What were some experiences in the past that could have contributed to the control being surrendered?

Exercise 2:

  1. Going into the past, identify at which point in life did you begin to sense that others were in control of the emotions.

  2. Identify how did the remote-control end-up in another person’s or other people’s hand.

  3. What do you gain, intrinsic benefit, by giving up the control? In other words, are you benefiting in any way from allowing others to have control over your emotions?