Should Scrambler Session to Clear Pressure and Obligation

8 minutes

This session will walk you through the Should Scrambler, to release the beliefs and perceptions of what you think you “should” do. This neuro-linguistic reprogramming technique helps you step away from unhealthy pressures so you can make choices that are correct for you.

When to Use

You Are Experiencing:

Strain from doing what you “should” do

Overthinking about how you fall short

Criticism for not living up to expectations

Pressure to conform to others’ desires

You Want To:

Make choices that are correct for you

Know and celebrate your capabilities

Feel free to choose your highest good

Unhook yourself from obligation

Affirmation for this Session:

I am letting go of all of the things I think I should do or be. I am free to choose what is correct for me at every moment of my life.

For Repeat Visits:

Clearing exercise begins at 5:32

Session Transcript

A core Should Scrambler is a technique that supports us in releasing the attachment to negative beliefs and perceptions about ourselves. We have taken on many beliefs about things we think we should do or be to make us more worthwhile, lovable, and acceptable to others. This technique will help scramble the thinking convincer part of our brain to create new neural pathways that process positive beliefs and perceptions about ourselves so we can make choices that are correct for us rather than believing there’s things we think we should do.

Repeat this affirmation after me, “I am letting go of all of the things I think I should do or be. I am free to choose what is correct for me at every moment of my life.” Identify a limiting belief that you have believed most of your life about something you should be or do.

Like it’s not optional, it’s just required of you. You should be it, you should do it. For example, “I should be perfect,” or, “I should be more friendly.” How about, “I should be smarter than I am.” And one that a lot of women believe is, “I should be thinner.”

To demonstrate this technique, let’s use the “I should be thinner” belief. So you’re going to stand while doing this process, face forward, and keep your chin up. You’re going to be glancing down to the right. This will activate the left side of your brain that holds the “should” beliefs, and by repeating these statements and moving your body, you’re scrambling the energy and opening your neural pathways to let go of them and introduce correct beliefs.

So again, standing face forward, chin level, glancing down to the right, and you’re going to be tapping on your K27 points. These are located just underneath your collarbone. All of your meridians run through these two acupressure points. This will help move the energy. After you say the statement, step in any direction one step, any direction.

Repeat after me. “I should, I should be thinner.” Take a step.

Keep glancing down to your right. “I should, I should not be thinner.” Take a step.

“I should, I should not not be thinner.” Take a step.

Keep glancing down to your right, repeating, “I should not, I should be thinner.” Take a step.

“I should not, I should not be thinner.” Take a step.

“I should not, I should not not be thinner.” Take a step.

Keep breathing. Continue glancing down to your right, repeat after me. “I should not not, I should be thinner.” Take a step.

“I should not not, I should not be thinner.” Take a step.

“I should not not, I should not not be thinner.” Take a step.

Repeat after me. You can stay standing now. “I am grieving that I believed to this for so long. I’m sad that I accepted this lie as truth. I am angry that I believed I didn’t exist unless I had this belief. I am ready to own and acknowledge my truth. I love and appreciate my body and all it does for me. I exist. I have a life. I have a future. I am grateful for my healthy, fit body.”

Take a deep breath. If you tripped up, blanked out, or were not able to repeat any of the not-not statements after me, move through it again. That’s just showing you you have a deeper belief you need to let go of and just move through it until you can do it straight through.

Now, think of a belief that’s yours. What’s this should? What’s this should that you’ve been hanging on to most your life? I’m going to run through each of those phrases and let you fill in the blank. So, for example, I’ll say, “I should, I should ____” You fill in the blank. You take a step, I’ll say the next one, you fill in the blank. So this will give you the opportunity to use this script whenever you need to by allowing me to support you by repeating after me and putting in your own statement.

So think of that statement. Again, chin level, glancing to the right, tapping on your K27 points.

“I should, I should…” Take a step.

“I should, I should not…” Take a step.

“I should, I should not not…” Take a step.

“I should not, I should…” Take a step.

“I should not, I should not…” Take a step.

“I should not, I should not not…” Take a step.

“I should not not, I should…” Take a step.

“I should not not, I should not…” Take a step.

“I should not not, I should not not…” Take a step.

You can stand in place now, tapping on your K27 points, repeat five to six positive affirmations that counter, that are the opposite of your “should” belief. And then end with, “I exist. I have a life. I have a future. I am worthwhile.”

Take a deep breath. This is a powerful technique that will unhook your mind and your energy from something you’ve been and trained to believe your entire life that you should be or do.

You can let that go and feel safe that it’s correct to choose what you want, what’s desirable, timely, for you and feel safe in that choice.

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