EAC Discovery Curriculum

DAY 1:

I. Belief System/Filters
We see what we already decide is true and we don’t see what is actually out there. We see what matches our beliefs. By taking a look at how our beliefs are initially developed and how deeply integrated they are, we see how our automatic reactions and our attitudes promote certain actions and behaviors.

II. Intention and Purpose of our Belief System/Filters
As we know, nothing in this universe would exist without intention and purpose. By being aware of the purpose of our filters and recognizing the impact that they impose on our life it would create the space of freedom. Therefore, in that space you can stand for a new relationship with your life.

III. Introduction To The Power of Choice
The power to choose lies within us. In most cases, we find ourselves reacting and thinking we ARE making a choice. Meanwhile our belief system and filters are actually choosing for you.

IV. Power of Distinction
The power of distinction brings forth new possibilities. To distinguish something means to differentiate something from being hidden in its background to its own identity. By having the Power of Distinction, you will be able to navigate in every aspect of your life, which is currently not accessible to you. Distinction confers power and ability to have choice and live in a place of possibility. Therefore, we can now live successfully and freely.

DAY 2:

I. How Your Character/Personality Gets Created
Who we consider ourselves to be is the result of our reactions to both wanted and unwanted feelings. Since early childhood we gradually adopted ways of being and defending ourselves to deal with unwanted events, which didn’t quite meet our expectations and our natural needs.

II. Already Exist Character/Filter
We usually think we have the power of choice and our choices are coming from an open and neutral-mind. Our choices in life, our circumstances, and our relationships with others is clouded by the filters we created through life. In fact, some of those filters were pre-existing even prior to your birth. By recognizing these already exist filters, you have the ability to approach life from a very powerful and free perspective and you have the choice of freedom. Therefore past has no influence on your present.

III. Victim/Responsible
The future has a different distinction of responsibility than our past. Distinction of responsibility from the future means “to be responsible is to be the uncontested author of an event or a thing.” It means authorship. Once you live in that distinction you can shift and alter your approach to life dramatically differently.

IV. Operating Your Life from Your Signature
Once past has no influence on your present you have the choice of creating a life you always loved from the future not your past.

V. The Payoff and The Cost
Often we complain about our everyday life and circumstances and we are holding onto the experience of our past because it has hidden benefits we do not like to admit to others or ourselves. In life dynamics we call those hidden benefits – payoffs. Oftentimes we don’t notice that while we are having our payoff we also are having an unreasonable cost. By distinguishing this cost versus payoff we have the choice of interrupting the cycle and breaking through this pattern. We then stand for new ways of being that can create a domain of freedom in areas that are most important to us.

VI. Power of Intention
People driven by intention are described as having a strong will that won’t permit anything to interfere with achieving their inner desire. By tapping into your power of intention you can walk yourself towards fulfilling your dreams, be a super achiever and be proud of your ability to recognize and take advantage of opportunities that arise.

VII. Game of Life
In life we are not aware of our ways of being which creates consequences for other people and how it affects them in their life. They are paying the price for our behavior. By distinguishing how we are participating in life through our behavior and patterns we can completely shift not just our experience but also other’s experience of life.

VIII. Self-Observation
In this distinction we will realize how we come across in life and how life and the world will experience us. Then we can freely make a choice how to be in a relationship with life and the world.

DAY 3:

I. Revisit Power of Distinction
By this time we know without being able to distinguish our thoughts, feelings, and beliefs, we will lose our freedom in different areas of our life.

II. Identifying Your Beliefs About our Parents
In this distinction we will identify our beliefs, actions, and reactions, within the domain of relationship with our parents, and recognizing how that belief is influencing our relationship with them, others, and mostly with ourselves. By distinguishing these patterns we will be able to free ourselves from the limitation of past influences, relationships with others, and ourselves and therefore we will be able to create our dream relationships.

III. Mind Meditation
What lies behind you and what lies before you is nothing compared to what lies within you.

IV. Power of Choiceness
Choiceness means wholeness, as humans many of our choices comes from our beliefs and our reactive minds. We will be experiencing making a choice from our wholeness.

V. Transformation As Way of Living
We will recognize the distinction between living life and being alive. Being alive exists and is cause by transforming and redesigning our belief systems moment by moment.

DAY 4:

I. Power of Be, Do, Have
Reveals the secrets of the creative process in a simple step-by-step formula that anyone can understand and apply. Once you have mastered this formula and begin consistently applying it in your own life, you will realize that it can be employed to create virtually any result you can imagine.

II. Genogram
A genogram is a pictorial display of a person’s family relationships. It goes beyond a traditional family tree by allowing you to visualize hereditary patterns factors that punctuate relationships. It can be used to identify repetitive patterns of behavior and to recognize hereditary tendencies.