Have you considered that getting rid of these blocks would mean there's no reason to point to as to why you are not content? It wouldn't be about "them" and you, the victim to these blocks, but you alone.
I am content, but I want sex (and also something else I'm believing I will get if I fulfill xyz, which si not going to happen obviously). And these issues are not letting me have it without pushing myself hardly and suffering along the way
It's completely unnecesarry and I want to get it out of the way...
Also, I've found that releasing with the intention of releasing doesn't really work. The demons/blocks/etc. are basically a voice that is trying to honestly help you out, but one that has been shunned and neglected. Give it space to breathe and let it do it's thing, and listen to it just to listen to it, not to hope that it goes away at some point. It's causing problems because you're resisting it, not because of the "block" itself.
Depends.. I have regular sucess with the intention to go and solve issues and I also have some sucess with just projecting felt issues into a thought image of myself and feeling them - I'm not sure which projection works, I tried few of them and something seemed to have processed one issue, but I'm not able to recreate the process..
I think I have big restraint when it comes to expressing "unwanted" emotions even to myself, hence the unability to release by "just allowing". I simply cannot allow, because my beliefs won't allow me to, or so it seems.
But you are right by any means, and I've been trying to do this for some time with them. I am just confused because it doesn't seem like a solid process I can use over and over.. The ballsproject "just allow it dude" approach doesn't work for me, I am more of a "go and make it happen" kind of guy, for now
I've read the books of some author that goes by the name of Jed, like a LOT. He talks in his first book about this, he says that this is the only fear which exists in us, the mother of all fears: the fear of no self.
What you are saying relates to a distinction he makes in a human developmental sense, touched briefly in his second book, and expanded in the third and also the notebook: Being (becoming) an human adult being -what is offered in this forums- via: instrospection and smashing through layers of ego and demon befriending/slaying but maintaining the important beliefs that define a self without limiting it, vs being "no-one" or (satoried) non-self, and dropping all ego whatsoever, all the good and bad. And that is what you are wondering in your last paragraph. But judging on your writing, what you really want is being awake in the "lucid dream" (reality), a human adult, this by Mr. Mckenna terms.
Kidd!! is pointing in the right direction (as allways)
There is no self, I know that.. Not that "I" literally knows that, just trying to get the point over
But after seeing no-self, your problems don't go away. For some reason there is still the impulse to get over them and enjoy things that I think I'm going to get
But I'm going to take this into account, maybe I haven't seen through the illusion of self even though I feel like I did
I also wanna say, that by all means I've been become more happier. I am triggered by lot of things lately, some very challenging, but inside I am a lot happier..
Place TOTAL LIVING before intellectual gymnastics.