The Scooby Doo Hunt

Module 2: The Scooby Doo Hunt

Welcome, Welcome, Welcome back! That was a fun exercise, right? That’s a fun exercise because you’re actually becoming aware of the reasons why you believe that you can’t be forgiven. And what this exercise just did – you’re bringing awareness to look at this, look at all the reasons that you have for why you can’t be forgiven. And what usually can happen with this is, you can judge yourself, you can beat yourself up – you can feel you’re not supposed to have these beliefs in you right now. But for this exercise, what you did was just became aware of it. You’re not trying to change it yet. You’re not trying to shift it yet. But allow it to be there. That’s pretty powerful, right?

It’s amazing when we can start to do what I call the curious cat. The Scooby Doo – if you’ve watched Scooby Doo before – in which they find out who is the villain and take the mask off from the villain and we’re doing that right now regarding these beliefs. So, for this next exercise, we’re going to pause it again and it’s going to be a Scooby Doo hunt for those beliefs. And this is going to be out of curiosity for all these beliefs that you have. Take as much time as you need to do this. This is what all full commitment is all about. So, what I invite you to do is take a look at one of these beliefs. We’re going to spend some time on this, and I want you to spend as much time as you need to with those beliefs. And you’re going to allow yourself to do a Scooby Doo hunt with this which you’re going to ask yourself this curious question I’m going to invite you to ask:

  • Where is the origin of me taking on this belief?
  • What experience did I have that has me believing that I believe whatever I believe.
  • Who taught this to me?

All these curious things for yourself with this. Write it down. So, we’re going to pause this and we’re going to allow you to do this, and then you’re going to come back, okay?