from my perspective, there is no limit about how many self-forgiveness and self-corrective statements you can make about any amount of point in a single day. Many people have time restrictions due to their daily jobs and other commitments so they simply lack the time to do more writing than they currently do. And some experience writing exhausting, get tired soon physically or experience mind resistance.
However, note that the whole purpose of the process is to achieve the actual change of behavior patterns. Writing is just one of the tools that one can use but the proof is in the pudding. Meaning that one can write large amounts of self-forgiveness and self-corrective statements however if there has been little to no self-honesty applied and if the writing has not resulted in actual awareness of the limited points, then all that writing was in vain.
Thus, I suggest doing the writing, speaking the words out loud and then testing if the point has actually changed. You can do this by putting yourself in the environment that usually triggered your previous thoughts and emotional reactions and observe if you are now able to direct yourself differently, within emotional stability, with the result of being best for all.
When you say ‘walking forwards and backwards’ what do you mean exactly ?The way I use self-corrective statements, once I've done self-forgiveness on a particular point, walking forwards and backwards through each of the steps my mind took to get to that creation point, is to focus my corrections on each of those steps. As for how many one should do, I've found that specific targeting of the steps that lead up to the point that I want to change is more supportive than trying to cover every possible angel.
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