Part of you wants to be permanent, part of you wants to run your own business. It is possible to integrate these two parts, find your higher purpose and be one whole.
Parts integration is all about identifying conflicts you experience and identifying their higher purpose for existing, looking for the similarities, realising they are both there to serve you and integrating them into one whole.
Lead by a coach, it starts with this question.
“Is it ok with your unconscious mind to release this problem today and to have conscious awareness of it?”
Identify Parts Conflict:
“How is that a problem for you?” “What does that prevent you from doing that you really want to do?”
“I wonder if I could talk to the part of you that’s __(exhibiting negative behaviour), and I wonder if that part would like to come out and stand on one of your hands. Would if prefer to stand on the left or right hand?”
“Now if that part were to stand on the hand there, would it prefer to stand on the back of the hand or the front of the hand? And as you look at that part that’s ____, who does that part look like that you know? And if that part were to say something to you now, what would it say?”
“Now I wonder if that part realises that there’s another part that it’s most in conflict with, the opposite number, the flip side of the coin as it were? I wonder if that other part would like to come and stand on the other hand?”
“Now if that part were to stand on the other hand there, would it prefer to stand on the back of the hand or the front of the hand? As you look at the other part, who does that part look like that you know? And if that part were to say something to you now, what would it say?”
“Alright, I’d like to come back and talk to the part of you that looks like (mention the image associated with the problem part), and I wonder if that part could consider for you what its highest intention is. What’s its highest positive intention?”
“Good, (Stated intention) for what purpose?” Keep chunking through 2 boundary conditions, “And all of that for what purpose?”
“You’re right where you need to be. You’re at the boundary conditions, that means you are about to have a breakthrough. So, if you had (most recent stated intention), what does that get for you? What does that do for you? For what purpose all of that?”
Elicit the highest positive intention for second part.
Chunk up until you get to the same types of words.
“Now this other part that looks like (mention their image of the flip side part), I wonder if that part could consider for you what its highest intention is. What’s its highest positive intention for you?”
*As soon as their hands start to come together point it out:
“Are you doing that on purpose?”
Point out same intention:
“Did those two parts realise that they had the same highest positive intention for you, which is (state the intention they arrived at for both parts)? And did they know that by being in conflict they were preventing you from achieving your highest intention which is______. And would those 2 parts be willing to work together now in order to achieve your highest positive intention which is_______?”
“I wonder, could this part (point to the problem part) look over at that part (point to the flip side part) and see some resources it could use in helping you to achieve your highest positive intention which is_______?”
“And I wonder if that part (point to the flip side part) could look at this part (point to the problem part) and see some resources that it could use in helping you to achieve your highest positive intention which is_____?”
“And allow those parts to realise now that they were once a paret of a larger whole. If there are any other parts that would like to join in the integration, just have them join in the integration now. That’s right. As your hands come together take that integration inside.”