I said “not right now, I’ll do it later” – This is the most common words used by the postponement character, where right now within this moment, the postponement character does not feel like doing that which it is faced with, because right now, there are other things that the postponement character would like to do. So instead of facing the point that is here within and as this moment the postponement character finds a suitable way not to face what is here.
A more subtle way that the postponement character functions on, which is the method that we mostly use is where the postponement character deliberately creates diversions so as to not face the aspects about self where there has a negative energy attached to the experience. For instance; let’s say that self does not know how to use a computer effectively; but one’s world is continuously directing one’s life towards computers and the use of computers; thus instead of just learning how to use the computer, self will find excuses and reasons that justify to oneself why self cannot function effectively with a computer.
By one’s justifications and excuses self is creating a diverting path for oneself where self is locked into a time loop where self has not yet mastered the skill of a computer, but is continuously complaining about not being able to use a computer effectively, thus essentially placing self into a postponement loop of not doing what is here in front of self in terms of what one is facing within and as one’s world.
Allowing self to go into the postponement character is how self accepts and allows self to remain stuck within the negative polarised energy within and as oneself where self will continuously create a negative experience within and as oneself, feeling inadequate within and as oneself and seeking for external distractions that will make self feel better about oneself, thus not facing the actual points within and as oneself that self that is creating the negative feeling within and as oneself, but to instead ‘run away from’ the negative experiences, through making use of the postponement character within and as oneself.