When we're enduring persistent suffering we tend to focus on our painful experience and the injustice or absurdity of it compared to the truths we hold, and there we go round and round in circles of agony unable to reconcile the two. What we tend to ignore is the accusatory argument against life that is underneath our suffering.
On this path, use I believe... because... therefore to listen for your underlying accusation about how you believe things really should be.
After you find the (often unconscious) accusation you can begin to examine it logically and question yourself in new ways using the Counselor Soul Stance which is coming up in Part III. More things to do and not do on this path will also be found in Part III.
For now, find your accusation(s) using Worksheet Two.
Next up: The Self-Leadership Path