Break Method Content Portal Module Two

Module 2 Break Method

We are grateful you're here. Remember everything is on purpose! You will be triggered and you will face parts of yourself you've likely hidden from all these years. We will be here to support you but also provide tough love accountability to get you through it as efficiently and effective as possible.

- The Break Method Team

 

DOWNLOADABLE MATERIALS

Tough Love Letter

Course Workbook/ Exit Document

Directed Storytelling: Turning Points

Describing Emotions

 

  

*REMINDER *because these lectures are pre-recorded and we update our workbooks often, please follow the homework assignments + workbook page numbers assigned below the video under HOMEWORK not the lecture itself. You'll be able to see that the page should match in terms of content and if you have any questions, please feel free to email admin@breakmethod.com to verify or post the page you're trying to verify in the WhatsApp Group.

VIDEO LECTURES

1. Defense Vs. Prosecution

OBJECTIVE:

This lecture goes over student Q+A as well as defining what you should know by now, what we’re currently working on, and expectation for where we’re going. Bizzie also provides the  analogy of Defense vs. Prosecution as a way to understand where we are in the process.  

 

 

BIG TAKEAWAY:

What is happening with your Source Belief pattern at any given time in your head. At any moment we have two good lawyers that exist in our head trying to alter our course in life. The prosecutor wants to keep you in jail or put you in jail [what you know or your “brain’s cave” ]. The prosecutor is very confident and manipulative and only brings evidence that correlates with what happened during early childhood. Before BREAK they are much stronger than the defense attorney. We need to make the defense attorney stronger with the rewire process in Unit 3.

 

2. Trigger Mapping

OBJECTIVE 

 Getting Clear on What Triggers you and Why

 

BIG TAKEAWAY

HOMEWORK

Workbook pages 42-53, + 79

3. Anxiety, Intrusive Thoughts & OCD

OBJECTIVE:

What is anxiety? What is causing it? What is your brain trying to accomplish? In this lecture Bizzie goes over the basic overview of the anxiety creation mechanism and then deep dives on anxiety architecture and how it plugs into source beliefs. This lecture focuses on how the protective response latches onto intrusive thought triggers to deepen your protective response + perpetuate your source belief pattern + emotional addiction cycle.

 

TAKEAWAY:

ELI is the fastest + most efficient way to stop anxiety. We are already in the process of rewiring anxiety in this course by mapping the trigger sequences, connecting it with the architecture of your ACB pathways, building ELI questions, setting Ribbon Cutting Dates, then we will finally begin the 30 day rewire phase using the BREAK Blueprint Strategy.


HOMEWORK:

    • Start Weekly DS check in [ in downloadable documents ] 

 

4. Spiritual Intelligence

OBJECTIVE:

The goal of this lecture is to help you switch from a passive belief system to an active belief system. This does not mean we are here to attempt to change what you believe at all or discuss what is right or wrong. Rather, this lecture focuses on how what you believe is used to help propel you forward, or hold you back. Bizzie goes over determining what your current belief system is, how it got there, and how it's expression may be intimately involved in holding you back even if you're not aware of it.

BIG TAKEAWAY:

You should leave this lecture understanding what an active belief system looks like,  pivotal questions to shift from passive to active faith, and core concepts on how to build spiritual intelligence. 

HOMEWORK:

  1. Spiritual Intelligence Workbook pages 2-7

     2. Complete Directed Storytelling Workbook; Turning Points

5. Introduction to Timeline Diagnostics

OBJECTIVE:

 In this lecture you will learn what the timeline system is, why we use the term timeline, what a timeline imbalance is, how to determine an imbalance, and what the point of knowing your imbalance is. In BREAK, the timeline system is used much like phases of development; timeline are essentially recording tapes that records experiences and memories through your age specific lens. These recordings influence your physical body, symptoms, thoughts, decisions, and behavior in the future. In this lecture we learn that a timeline imbalance occurs from the first repetitive destabilizing events that occur in childhood. These impacts cause a primary imbalance then as a child you adapt to survive or cope by creating a secondary imbalance. This lecture is focused on understanding specifically what causes imbalance patterns from our childhood experience. Common causes are given for each timeline (1 through 7) imbalance, what this imbalance looks like in present day behavior, and what physical symptoms might accompany it. Often imbalances present in pairings with specific connections much like a transmitter and receiver communicating with one another. Your constitutional imbalance is going to dictate how you communicate, see the world around you, and your behavior. This imbalance never changes, but through understanding your imbalance we can begin to rewire and bring things back into balance.

BIG TAKEAWAY:

By the end of this lecture you should understand the concept of a timeline imbalance pattern as well as what primary and secondary imbalances are. You should understand what the common causes of timeline imbalances are as well as associate what areas you have imbalances. This will be the first step in discovering your constitutional imbalance pattern so that we can begin to make changes to self-sabotaging behavior. A key concept to understand for the future is that your primary and secondary imbalance pattern is like your factory setting. Even as we rewire and change our perceptions and behavior, when life throws curve balls, you’re not feeling well, or you haven’t slept, your brain will default back to your ‘factory default’ imbalance pattern. Imbalance patterns are important to understand (and will become more clear) as we move forward to focusing on behavior and development and communication with others.

HOMEWORK: 

Workbook pages 30-39 

 

6. Timeline Diagnostics: Recognizing Patterns + Understanding Imbalances

OBJECTIVE

Students will gain a deeper understanding of the nuance between primary, secondary and tertiary imbalances as well as be able to recognize common symptom patterns. The concepts of tonification and sedation will be presented along with a new shorthand way to further define pattern types. This lecture is intended to sharpen students diagnostic skills for use on themselves in refining their patterns and symptoms of imbalance.


 

 BIG TAKEAWAY:

After watching this lecture you should have a better understanding of common symptoms and patterns, not only as a whole but also shifting into the understanding of identifying each timeline position. You should be able to identify whether there is over activity or under activity in each of the timeline positions.

HOMEWORK: 

No additional homework

  

7. Timeline Diagnostics and Psych Disorders

OBJECTIVE

This lecture should help shift your way of thinking in regard to mental health labels culturally and societally. Many people have preconceived notions of these labels mean and possibly even weaponized the terms against people in their lives. The lecture unpacks what is underlying these patterns to better understand that what defines the line between someone presenting with a pronounced mental health label and where you are to help restore empathy.

BIG TAKEAWAY  

At the end of this lecture you should be able to understand the patterns behind the common mental health diagnoses. This may even help some people to shift out of the presentation that is described as some of these diagnoses.

 

HOMEWORK

 Weekly DS check in

      8. Personality Intention & How It All Goes Wrong

      OBJECTIVE:

      This lecture correlates everything we’ve learned so far with the concept of personality. When we’re looking at personality expression we are looking for how our source belief pattern, and all the things we’ve discovered about ourselves, actually skews behavioral choices and ways to express ourselves. In reality, that expression is just one of the ways your brain tries to adjust your environment to push you into your emotional addiction cycle and symbiotic dysfunction.

       

      BIG TAKEAWAY 

      The goal of this lecture is to help you pull back and take a look at your personality expression and determine if you’re “being authentic” or simply being the way you’ve been your whole life, which means in the patterns you’re in BREAK to rewire. The lecture slides provide you with both red cones and the green cones that they can be switched to.

      HOMEWORK:

      1. Workbook pages 54-59 [ 58-59 to be completed after receiving inputs from facilitator ]
      2. Workbook Pages 81-84
      3. Email adjectives from pages 55-57 to facilitator written in an email NOT the scanned workbook pages
      4. Weekly DS check in

       

       

      9. Misconception of Ego

      OBJECTIVE:

      Bizzie describes what she believes the Ego is in comparison to other common definitions used in today's culture. This lecture is focused on the how the Ego can potentially be perceived as a distorted version of our true selves because of how our brain patterns influence and warp the true soul as it is attempting to shine through. This could also be described as your personality. BREAK helps you understand the distortion so that you can be more authentic in your personality and express your true self.

      BIG TAKEAWAY: 

      Your personality isn't static; it can be adjusted to more authentically communicate your true soul. Personality traits are not positive or negative; they are simply perceived on a spectrum identified as positive or negative terms. For instance, one person may perceive something as aggressive while another person sees the same trait as determined. To convey our true soul, we have to do our part to be aware of how our personality distortion prevents people from understanding and seeing us the way we really want. This in turn impacts our ability to connect to + trust other human beings.

      HOMEWORK:

      No additional homework

       

      10. Narcissist + The Victim

      OBJECTIVE:

      This lecture discusses how society has tended to praise or elevate victimhood but in reality input = output. Bizzie discussed the cultural impact of that including cancel culture as well as the concept that narcissist + victim are really two different sides of the same coin.

       TAKEAWAY:

      You should leave this lecture understanding how narcissism + victimization are connected as well as ELI questions for both perceptions. After considering these concepts, you should be able to see how the current culture will impact future generations.

      HOMEWORK:

      No additional homework

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