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Overcome Guilt & Shame With A Simple 3-Step Model!

Learn To Use The B-E-L Matrix Of Coaching To Overcome Guilt And Shame Supplemented With Acupressure Techniques
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Description

“Guilt” and “Shame” can be powerful emotions that cause us to take action in particular ways. Learn the underlying linguistic concepts of “guilt” and “shame” so that you can intelligently work with them and move into a potential space of happiness and satisfaction. Use acupressure techniques in conjunction with working with emotions to alleviate stress and tiredness.

Learn what it takes to declare satisfaction and happiness for yourself and overcome the potentially self-destructive actions caused by guilt and shame.

  • Strengthen your emotional foundations
  • Find out how “guilt” and “shame” cause you to take certain actions
  • Explore the use of acupressure techniques to help you observe your emotions and actions in a holistic manner
  • Be trained in the unique set of acupressure methods to help you reduce tiredness, improve emotional stability and sharpen your skills of observation

Discover a 3-Step Framework of working with the whole human being you are by exploring the connections between Body, Emotions and Language!

I want to offer you a framework, a new perspective of the holistic and integrated human being that you are! This perspective may help to incorporate several concepts that you have come across in your quest for personal transformation and development.

The underlying concept is that of language and the resultant, subjective expression of emotions and movement; movement through actions, movement through thoughts and ideas.

Course Contents And Overview

This course contains over 35 lectures and 1.5 hours of content! It is designed for you if you experience “guilt” and “shame” in your life. It is designed for you if you want to move past “guilt” and “shame” and learn to be satisfied and happy. The material in this course is what I use with my coaching clients so if you are curious about learning to coach yourself from observing your thoughts, ideas and body while exploring emotions, this course is for you!

I strongly believe in 3 key ideas: #1) Education - learn about what matters to you; #2) Coaching - practice and embody that learning; and #3) Leadership - show up "fully and in presence" with others.

Every section in this course is connected and invites you to embody the learning. Each section has some “Action Steps” or “Activity” to help you notice what shows up for you as you experience the emotions of “guilt” and “shame”.

The more you can practice and apply what you learn in the sections determines the results you'll get.

Section #1 – “Introduction To The Course” – Quickly get started in this section with this short “Self-Care” Checklist to notice what areas of your life you would like to evaluate or re-evaluate. It’s a simple 3-5 minute exercise for you to set your baseline of expectations and understanding.

Section #2 – “The Linguistic Foundations Of Guilt” – Linguistically, the emotion “guilt” has two different meanings. One is the legal side of having to “pay a debt” either to society or to an individual. This is a transgression of a law. The second and probably more familiar meaning is that of a “moral sin or transgression”. This is probably the more difficult one to work with because our responses to this are entirely subjective and can be self-destructive.

Section #3 – “The Linguistic Foundations Of Shame” – An exciting exploration of various linguistic roots of the emotion of “shame”. What other emotions are related to “shame”? And are there any associated bodily sensations or transformations?

Section #4 – “Acupressure Techniques To Learn More Efficiently And Effectively” – Explore with Dr. Bargak in this professionally produced set of videos to help you improve your learning. When exploring emotions, especially that of guilt and shame, we want to be able to objectively notice #1) the thoughts and ideas in our head #2) other associated emotions and #3) any physical expressions that we have. Use these acupressure techniques to sharpen your observation skills and to alleviate stress and stabilize your emotions.

Section #5 – "Overcoming Guilt & Shame Worksheets & Exercises" – These are worksheets that I share with my coaching clients so that we can have thought-provoking and personally transformative conversations of self-exploration. Watch these videos explaining the worksheets and follow along for a rich, introspective journey to personal transformation.

Section #6 – "Conclusion & Next Steps" – We wrap up this course with a few pointers on how to deepen your practice of working with the emotions of “guilt” and “shame” and also a few special offers to deepen your continued learning.

Course Bonuses!

Bonus #1 – PDF Worksheet "Energy Zappers" – A 2-page worksheet to help you identify the people, ideas, situations and events that cause you to be drained of your energy. What do you notice as you do this exercise?

Bonus #2 – PDF Worksheet "Self-Care Check-In" – A comprehensive 4-page worksheet that will allow you to explore the various areas in your life that you would like to see improvement in. The self-reflection questions and actions invite you to objectively look at life situations and notice what showed up for you. Other questions invite you to commit to actions to declare satisfaction and happiness in your life.

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Click "Take This Course" now and make the commitment to jump straight into “Overcome Guilt And Shame” for yourself. I know that working with emotions created shifts within me and resulted in a rewarding personal and professional life.

See you on the inside!

Wishing you much success in your journeys,

Thushyanthan & Dr. Bargak
Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for anyone who wants to work with the emotions of guilt and shame and possibly overcome them
  • This course is for anyone who wants to move past guilt and shame and declare happiness and satisfaction
  • If you are open to learning about yourself and gaining self-esteem, this course may be for you
  • If you are willing to explore natural methods of healing and working with other healing modalities such as acupuncture or acupressure, this course may benefit you
  • If you are willing to be open and honest with your emotions, this course may be for you
  • Any person who is open to Traditional Chinese Medicine will benefit greatly from this course
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What Will I Learn?
Learn about the two historical contexts of “guilt”; one for paying off “debt” and the other for “moral defect” or “failure of duty”
Increase your knowledge about guilt and shame through “Self-Care” and “Energy Zappers” worksheets
Increase your ability to gain emotional stability through the use of acupressure techniques
Discover how “shame” is attributed to “cheek-redness” and means “loss of esteem or reputation”
Learn briefly about the B-E-L models used in Ontological Coaching
Explore the various distinctions of the emotion of guilt and shame through synonyms and antonyms
Discover natural methods to enhance your learning using the right acupressure points
Learn how to relieve back pain using your fingers
Learn about the best acupressure apps for your smartphone and tablet
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Requirements
  • The invitation is to be gentle with yourself and be open to the learning
  • This course material can be easily watched within 2-3 hours BUT the invitation is to set aside a regular time for self-inquiry and self-reflection
Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction To The Course
8 Lectures 17:00

In this course, we’re going to work with the emotions of guilt and shame and then use some of the techniques provided by acupressure to help you get through these emotions. As a coach, I work with a couple of models of body-emotions-language to ensure that my clients understand the comprehensive way that the body works in conjunction with the linguistic and emotional components of the human experience.

Preview 02:52

Here is a quick “Self Care Check-In” that you can do in about 3-5 minutes to help you establish a baseline of where you’re at right now. This is optional but will greatly help you to get started with this course right away. You will need a pen and paper or simply download the worksheet from the next lecture.

Self-Care Checklist Instructions To Get You Started Quickly In Your Exploration
03:15

This is the quick”Self Care Check-In” worksheet that will help you establish which areas of life that have an impact on you. You can use your self-rating of each of these areas of life to create a focus around those areas that you would like to improve or work with during this course.

[Activity] Self-Care Checklist Worksheet
2 pages

As a leadership life coach, I have the honor and privilege of working with many wonderful and courageous people from around the world. This is one such client of mine that shared a testimonial with me. As you watch this video, the invitation is to notice which areas of life you’d like to work on and also to bring in the emotions of curiosity and lightness as you do so.

Preview 03:41

Ontological Coaching has two models; the B-E-L Model and the O-A-R Model. B-E-L stands for “Body-Emotions-Language” and O-A-R stands for “Observer-Actions-Results”. You are a unique observer in the world. That unique observer you are has a body which experiences emotions and can only be subjectively described using language. Understanding the observer you are is crucial to ensuring that future actions create hoped-for results. That’s what coaching strives to bring out.

Ontological Coaching Models For Better Understanding: B-E-L And O-A-R Models
03:20

Within a coaching relationship, the coach and the client work together to create a thought-provoking and creative process of transformation. Here is a testimonial from one of my clients who had some breakthroughs and shifts when she used the Body-Emotions-Language matrix to understand the unique observer she was.

Preview 02:18

This course is meant to deal with the emotions of guilt and shame. In the capacity as a coach, I promise to be here in service to you as a source of support. Secondly I promise to answer every question posted in the discussion forum.

Preview 01:34

Here is a brief list of questions and possible solutions you may have when participating in this course. Please refer to this document first if you have technical questions.

FAQ: How To Get The Most From This Course And Other Technical Tidbits
3 pages
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The Linguistic Foundations Of Guilt
4 Lectures 12:21

When we take a look at the word “guilt” we find that it has roots in Old English with two different meanings. One meaning is that of a “moral transgression” or “sin” and another is to “pay for debt”. This understanding will help us to focus on the meaning that is most relevant to the human experience.

Preview 02:06

I looked up “guilt” in an online thesaurus and I found 42 other words and emotions that are related to guilt! Incredible! As you explore the emotions of guilt in following lectures, keep in mind the various words that correspond to the emotion of guilt and notice which ones have a stronger resonance with you.

The Many Emotions And Words That Relate To Guilt - Exploring Synonyms
04:10

Do you know what has been helpful for me in exploring emotions? Working with their opposites! In the previous lecture, I found 42 synonyms for the word guilt. And in a similar fashion, I discovered another 22 words that can function as antonyms to guilt! Once again, notice which of these words resonate with you.
Understanding Guilt Through Exploration Of Its Opposite - The Power Of Antonyms
03:12

Congratulations on completing this section! As an activity that builds on the previous lectures, the invitation is to take some time and identify an event that happened to you within the last 24-48 hours that caused you to experience the emotion of guilt. Examples are given but the inner exploration is up to you!
[Activity] Objectively Exploring Guilt And Its Associations Over The Last 24 Hou
02:53
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The Linguistic Foundations Of Shame
5 Lectures 11:35
The Old English, “scamu” and the Old Norse "kinnroði" had examples of “shame” that meant different things. One related to the loss of esteem and the other to a physical discoloration of the body! It’s incredible the various physiological reactions to emotions. Understanding how “shame” began and its relationships to physiology will create greater understanding for further explorations.
The Etymology of Shame: "Scamu" & "Kinnroði" - Loss Of Esteem To "Cheek Redness"
01:57

The emotion of curiosity will help you to build a list of similar and related emotions to shame. Once again, a quick glance through an online thesaurus netted me 40+ words! The invitation is to explore situations that cause shame in your life with other possible interpretations and understanding.

The Various Counterparts Of Shame - Synonyms And Other Relationships
01:47

Likewise, working with the opposite of “shame” has helped me to get a better grasp of “shame” itself. This is what I suggest to my coaching clients and this is what I suggest for you.

Understanding Shame Through Its Opposites - Antonyms
01:20

Congratulations on completing this section! As an activity that builds on the previous lectures, the invitation is to take some time and identify an event that happened to you within the last 24-48 hours that caused you to experience the emotion of shame. Examples are given but the inner exploration is up to you!
[Activity] Action Steps To Explore Shame In An Objective Way
02:16

Sometimes working with emotions can leave us feeling drained especially if those emotions have “heavy” connotations such as the emotions of “guilt” and “shame”. That’s why I invite you to explore these emotions with “lightness” and “curiosity.” And perhaps to take a completely different approach through the use of acupressure techniques you will learn in the next section!
Allow The Emotion Of Lightness Into Your Exploration & Introducing Acupressure
04:15
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Acupressure To Learn More Efficiently And Effectively
12 Lectures 09:51
Acupressure Points were defined in the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). They work because they connect your skin with some of the internal organs of the body. By massaging the points, you convey the signals from the skin to the internal organs, which leads to a natural healing process.
How To Perform the Acupressure Massage?
00:51

The Acupressure Point Ear-13 is especially effective to improve Concentration. The Point is at the bottom on the edge of the inner auricle.

Massage the Point on the left ear with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Ear-13 on the right ear and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

Improve Concentration
00:49

The Acupressure Point San yin jiao helps you especially well when you have to learn despite being tired. The Point is a handbreadth above the upper edge of the inner ankle.

Massage the Point San yin jiao on the left leg with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point San yin jiao on the right leg und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

Reduce Tiredness
00:50

The Acupressure Point Zu san li is especially effective to improve Memory. The Point is located a handbreadth under the kneecap and thumb's breadth on the outer side next to the edge of the shinbone.

Massage the Point Zu san li on the left leg with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Zu san li on the right leg und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

Improve Your Memory
01:02

The Acupressure Point Hou xi is especially effective to help you sit without back pain. Make a fist on the left hand. The Point is at the top of the wrinkle on the outside edge of the hand.

Massage the Point Hou xi on the left hand with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Hou xi on the right hand and and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

Sit With No Back Pain
01:01

The Acupressure Point Bai hui is especially effective to improve emotional stability. Simultaneously touch the top of the auricles on the left and right. Now, move both hands simultaneously to the top centre of the head.

Massage the Point Bai hui with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

Gain Emotional Stability
00:52

The Acupressure Point Tian jing is especially effective to reduce stress. The Point is a thumb's breadth away from the elbow towards the forearm.

Massage the Point with the other hand with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Tian jing on the right hand and and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

Reduce Stress
00:51

The Acupressure Point He gu is especially effective to improve your Vision. The Point is between the thumb and the forefinger, in the middle of the (uplifting) muscles.

Massage the Point He gu on the left hand with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point He gu on the right hand und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

Improve Your Vision
01:00

The Acupressure Point Chi ze is especially effective to improve your sleep. Bend your left lower arm to 90 degrees in elbow. The Point is on the inner side of the elbow joint, above the string.

Massage the Point Chi ze with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Chi ze on the right hand and and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

Sleep Better
00:51

The Acupressure Point Shao shang is especially effective to breathe better (in a classroom). The Point is on the inner edge of the base of the nail on the little finger.

Massage the Point with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Shao shang on the right hand and and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

Breathe Better
00:44

The Acupressure Point Lie gue is especially effective to strengthen Immune System. This way, you will be less likely to be sick. Put the fingers of the hand together as you see in the video. The Point Le gue on the left hand will be at the top of the forefinger on the right hand.

Massage the Point Lie gue on the left hand with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Lie gue on the right hand und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

Strengthen Immune System
00:51

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Overcoming Guilt & Shame Worksheets & Exercises
4 Lectures 18:53
Watch this video to help you discover what your “Energy Zappers” are like in your life. This video provides helpful instructions to make full use of the PDF Worksheet in the following lecture.
Are You Feeling Drained And Without Energy? Discover Your "Energy Zappers"
06:08

Download and print this PDF Worksheet. I highly recommend that you put the date on the worksheet so that as you continue with your explorations you can see how much progress you made.
[Activity] PDF Worksheet To Uncover Your “Energy Zappers” In Your Life
1 page

This video is around 13 minutes but it is quite helpful if you want to make full use of the “Self Care” worksheet in the following lecture. If you are committed to making good use of the worksheet, I recommend that you spend about 20-30 minutes in a nice quiet space, free from distraction, to reflect on the questions.

When Did You Last Take Time For Yourself? Self Care Worksheet Instructions
12:45

Download and print this PDF worksheet. It is 4 pages long. I recommend that you put the date on the worksheet and archive your responses to the self-reflection questions inside. This will help you gauge how much progress you made in learning how to overcome guilt and shame in the situations and events in your life.

[Activity] What Areas Of Your Life Do You Need To Visit? Self Care Worksheet
4 pages
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Conclusion & Next Steps
1 Lecture 03:14

Congratulations on completing this course! You made it to the 95% percentile of dedicated students! Now it just takes a little push to get into that last 5%. Are you ready for your challenge? Did you do all the previous action steps? Were you able to make time to reflect on the life situations and events that cause you to experience the emotions of guilt and shame? The challenge is "practice" and "embody" the learning in this course!

Are you willing to work with your emotions and explore further?

Conclusion And Next Steps To Deepen Learning; HINT: Practice And Embody
03:14
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BONUS Offers And Special Coupon Codes For Students
4 Lectures 02:50
[BONUS] An Invitation To Work With Me, Your Leadership Life Coach
02:02

As a BONUS for being a student in this course, I have a special discount on my other courses on Udemy! Check it out on the inside...

BONUS: Secret Discount For Udemy Life Coaching And Vedic Counseling Courses
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BONUS: FREE Mobile App with the Acupressure Points
00:25

As a BONUS for being a student in this course, you get a special discount on Dr. Bargak’s other courses on Udemy! Check it out on the inside…

BONUS: Secret Discount From Dr. Bargak Only For Students Of This Course!
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About the Instructor
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Are You Driven By Curiosity?

What new skills do you want to learn?

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What do you need to do to improve yourself?

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These are just a few of the questions that I explore with students and learners just like you in my Udemy courses.


Teacher

I strongly believe in 3 key ideas: #1) Education - learn about what matters to you; #2) Coaching - practice and embody that learning; and #3) Leadership - show up "fully and in presence" with others.

Clifton StrengthsFinder(tm) Top 5: Intellection; Connectedness; Input; Strategic; Learner

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I am a Leadership Life Coach specializing in Ontological Coaching methods. I work with you to create a fulfilling life and career for yourself.

❖ Foundations For Personal Transformation Coach Training

❖ The Art And Practice Of Coaching

❖ Body And Movement Program - Advanced Coach Training Program

Ontological Coaching is based deeply in embracing a person's individuality. In reaching your goals and desires you have a unique and different approach to life.

Instead of obsessively focusing on developing traits, ontological coaching shows you how to use your existing strengths to achieve your goals.


My Story

Like you, I have many interests and hobbies :) After graduating with a B.Sc. in Computer Science, I worked in IT for two years before moving to Japan. There, I studied Japanese business culture and developed ways to blend Japanese business and corporate practices with the Western corporate environment.

After returning, I continued to hone my IT skills and integrate my learning, communication, teaching and coaching skills: 

❖ Learnt a new language

❖ Started a photography business

❖ Trained in Franklin Covey’s leadership skills

❖ Took coach training from Newfield Network

Using ontological coaching methods and other tools, I offer you a chance to see yourself, fully, through a new lens and a benefit from a fresh perspective. I invite you to join in a conversation to enliven your spirit and connect to purpose in your life.

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30 years of experience in treating patients with success!

I have been treating patients for more than 30 years. During the time I have always used treatment methods that help people fast and effectively without side effects.

Acupressure has made it possible for me to do so. It can treat various diseases of the nervous system, lungs, heart, stomach and other organs. It can also provide emergency help e.g. with infections and poisonings. I apply the acupressure to treat both children and adults.

My wealth of experience has been published in more than 120 scientific publications and inventions during my work as a Professor.

I wish you good health! See you in my next Course!

Your Dr. Bargak

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