Like the Personal Alignment protocol, Personal Alignment Express helps you penetrate deeply into your desires and find what’s blocking you from getting what you want. Use it to discover, articulate, and achieve what you want. The quality of your alignment will be equal to the quality of your results.
Total time to complete this is about 1 hour, 30 minutes.
Note: To successfully complete this task, you must be willing to be vulnerable. The more vulnerable you are, the greater your results will be. If you prefer not to be vulnerable, or don’t care to do this work for any reason, Pass or Checkout (see Core Protocols) and quietly leave or do something else. Also note that defaults are provided to save time in most steps.
(alone, do steps 1-6: 30 minutes)
(Note: In choosing a virtue, imagine that you will soon master it. Pretend that wanting it will summon it. For example, if you choose passion, passion will be ever present to you. You will master passion. You will know all about it. You will attain the perfect amount of passion for your own life. You will be a model and a teacher for others when it comes to passion. You might compose the standard protocols and practices for passion, etc., etc. You will enjoy the fruits of a passionate life.)
Write the VIRTUE as your alignment.
What I will say and/or do, to signal that a) I am about to practice my alignment, or b) I am about to report on my Alignment work, or c) I am celebrating my Alignment:
Default: “I am practicing my Alignment: virtue-name.”
What I ask my teammates to say and/or do in response when I signal; how they can support me in my Alignment work, my new behavior. Default: “When I say signal, will you respond by expressing support, and, if I want it, by making a little time for me in the moment?”
Changes or accomplishments other people will be able to observe. Evidence, as in a court of law.
Default: “I will be able to show a report card I get from (named people) every (interval) on my progress with respect to Alignment.”
(Pairs, or triples: do steps 7-8: 60 minutes)