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Sometimes its the hardest thing to do!
Who am I?
What do I want?
How do I get it?
How do I stop myself?
What if I don’t get it? What if I do?
What would I have to give up to get it? Maintain it?
- I can’t have that
- He’s too good for me
- I’ll never be able to get that
- Words carry energy
You start to believe them And other people start to believe whatever you are saying too
Where to start?
Go back to the start or origin of the story? There was a reason you began to distort, delete and generalize your power in this way. Do you remember why you created this version of yourself? Once a client shared with me, she was quite attractive in High School, and got teased by her brother a lot at home. He would joke in front of his friends, “oh she can get any guy” and they would all laugh at her. So she started to tell a different story to stop/interrupt their teasing. She would say things like “I’m not that, I’m not, I’m fat, I have freckles, I’m not that good in school, I’m not that smart with math or sciences…” and the guys would nod and leave her alone.
After a while they stopped teasing, but the story stuck there inside her mind rolling around. A story to make people stop bullying her, had become her story to share with the world.
Another client shared her father wouldn’t listen to her unless she had a problem, then he would begin solving it for her, and it was always the wrong way. And he always added that it was a lucky thing she had him to figure out her problems for her otherwise she would be lost in the world. At 55, she’s still suffering from this internal “installation” that she is lost without her father’s guidance.
Powerful positive thoughts and feelings far out-weigh the negative ones
Recognize your story, it’s origins, and take back your power from them. Cancel, clear, delete; and create brand new images. Take all the colour out of those images and make them grey, black & white and just blow the dust away. They are not true. You can be attractive and still be smart too. You can solve your own problems and if dad has no other way to connect with you that’s his loss.
Replace negative statements with a single positive word
First get rid of them, use : Cancel Clear Delete or Cancel Cancel Cancel. And just stop the thoughts.
What if I can’t what if I keep thinking them? Notice the minute they start and STOP right there, now do something else to distract you from that thought. Still persisting? Then hear is what you tell that persistent internal voice that is really just trying to help you “So What”. So what. So what.
Inner mantras you can do for yourself right here:
- I am –
- I will-
- I am doing
- I am being
- I control my own thoughts, they no longer control me,
- I am an abundant wealthy millionaire and I feel it in every cell of my body
- I am in a successful relationship that feeds all levels of growth and potential
- I believe in myself and my ability to create what my heart desires most
Your thoughts and words match your life, and these are the only ones you tell others. This is who I am. And they are the only things you listen to from your inner voice. Go ahead and connect to the inner voice and those things it sometimes says to you: “I’m not safe, things are out of my control, I’m suffering, I don’t know what to do”
These are all generalizations, that are deleting true information, they lump all the images and inner voices into one big jam up. And it stresses you and tumbles about in your mind. Go ahead now, and reframe these using the positive reframing:
- I am safe right now
- I am in control of my life right now
- I choose not to suffer in any way
- I know what to do to help myself right now
Your thoughts and actions create your reality
Make another choice, Right now!
A Great Exercise:
- 3 goals you want to come into fruition in the next 90 days and then next 12 months
- What you really want and not what you have been told you should do or want?
- What are they? List them now
- Stop, take a breath , relax, what do you want?
A great place to start is what is your dream for your life? What is it? What was it – if you have to go back, what did you want to be when you were seven?