I just finished teaching RIM Essentials in Denver where we had several coaches, a couple therapists, three educators and a few military veterans. What an amazing experience not just for the learning, but the personal journeys, as well. What became very clear is, RIM (Regenerating Images in Memory) is as much a movement as it is a technique. RIM is a completely new paradigm of how we experience and work with emotions and the world needs it now more than ever before.
As emotions continue to drive our behavior and decisions in all walks of life, it’s time we stop pretending that emotions don’t belong in the workplace, home, school, or anywhere else. Like it or not, emotions are always present, we just pretend that we set them aside, but we don’t.
During the training one student shared that she is always stuck in her analytic mind and work, answering to budgets and spreadsheets. The truth is, those budgets were created from emotions, and perhaps from fear or desire.
Children are dying because we don’t know how to allow and process emotions. Employees are disengaged, unproductive, calling out sick and quitting their jobs because they can’t bring their true selves to the workplace. Parents don’t know what to do for their children. Children don’t know what to do with their fear or anger. Voters don’t know what to do with their frustration, fear and even rage. I’d say it’s time for a new paradigm about emotions. It’s time for a movement.
If you work in a corporate setting, does behavior matter? Does decision making matter? If you work with parents, leaders, couples, vets, trauma clients, men, women, or children… anyone with emotions… which is everyone, can you see how emotions are driving their decisions and behavior?
RIM is an entirely new way of thinking about emotions. We can do our own work by turning on our Emotional Operating System or EOS, while also helping our clients do the same. We are not victims of our experiences. Our unconscious mind is driving our decisions and behavior. One of my favorite quotes is from Carl Jung. He said “Until we make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate. We are not as subject to fate as we think we are.
If you would like to have an even greater impact on the world, join the RIM movement. Free yourself of the limiting power of emotions and welcome the empowerment of your own Emotional Operating System. When you see how easily and quickly you can get to the root issue through the unconscious mind and watch it dissolve, you’ll want to do it with nearly every client.
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