I know Larry Cranes course focuses on the emotional but in truth that's not for everyone. You don't have to identify with the emotion to release it.

Your post hints at an element of pride at the fact that you have a lot of resistance. [That probably triggered resistance there and then - good!]

It looks to me like you're trying to resist the resistance... what's the point?

The fact that you're resisting the resistance is the underlying theme.

Do this for the experience. Grab a ruler or something of similar lenght. Take it up with one hand and now grip it real tight. If it were a pencil it would break. Keep gripping it real tight and call it Resistance to Paraliminals working. Now grab the other end with the other hand. Grip it real tight, again if it were a pencil it would break. Now call that Resistance to the Resisting Paraliminals.

Now for a rule. You're not allowed to release your grip on either end and and you have to try and pull the resistance out of the other hand. Keep gripping both ends, no letting go now...

Keep pulling but hold tight on each end. If you accidently let go take it up agian. Because you're not allowed to let go... that's the rule of resisting, you're not allowed to let go. Keep pulling keep trying to end the resisting by keeping resisting....

What's the point? See the paradox? if you want to quit resisting you need to let go. So now both metaphically and physically let go of the object you're gripping with resistance and see yourself letting go of resisting resistance and resisting the Paraliminals.

That's how easy it is to let go. You don't need to know the emotion. You only need to see where your resistance is taking you.

If you are resisting letting go of something pick up an object like a pencil and say this is how I'm holding onto [name what you are resisting]. Ask yourself the releasing questions. Would you. could you, if not now when, and when you decide that you can release "just for now." Drop the pencil. And accept you've just release on what you wanted to release.