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Levels of Change Part Three

Foundations Class #2

Levels of Change

Bob Hamp

Part Three

The Third Level of Change is Capability (This is the hinge point)

This level is the hinge point, it's less measurable, but just as caustic. Capability is your thermostat. The thermostat kicks in the compressor every time the heat in the house gets too hot.

When you try to loose weight the first ten is easier than the next two. As you press into the change resistance gets harder. If you do this on your own power the thermostat kicks in and puts pressure on us to conform to the things we've believed all our lives. It gets harder and harder to change the things that have never changed...

Defined as those things that can or cannot do based on how we do, think, feel.

Characterized by:  "I can't... because..." Internal Limitations.



*The teachings of this class are not my own, they are derived from notes I took during a class at Gateway Church. You may view the class on their website by following the link at the top of the page.


  • Levels of Change Part One
  • Levels of Change Part Two
  • Levels of Change Part Three
  • Levels of Change Part Four
  • Levels of Change Part Five
  • Levels of Change Part Six
  • Levels of Change Part Seven
  • Levels of Change Part Eight
  • Levels of Change Part Nine
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