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Change your life today by using these 2 steps to forgiveness
I wanted to share this page from my book with you today
after a conversation I had with someone the other day about
how they were feeling at the moment…
“Take the opportunity today to realise the universe is a ‘feeling’ mirror.
When I say that I mean it reflects back what you put out.
If you put out fear, fear is reflected back on you. If you put out worry,
worry is reflected back on you. If you put out love, kindness, understanding,
compassion, trust, loyalty – guess what? They are the things reflected back on you.
So take a minute and ask yourself what you feel most days. Then ask yourself,
honestly, if that is what you are putting out in the world. If you think this is
rubbish put it to the test. If you feel fear or worry or lack or hate or used or
untrustful or resentful, consider reversing those feelings just for a day.
Trust people, no matter what. Be kind to people, no matter what. Forgive
everyone of everything, no matter what. Imagine that everything you worry
about is going to turn out just fine, no matter what. Decide not to be afraid
of anything, no matter what. Just for today.
Do this as authentically as you possibly can, it’ll be hard, but do it. Then see
how you feel tomorrow. If you noticed a difference, however small, do it again,
and again. Before you know it you may be feeling all of those positive feelings
mentioned above because that is what you’ll then be putting out.”
This is p.392 of my book: ‘How To Change Your Life One Day At a Time‘
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Hale Dwoskin’s The Sedona Method, is a process of eliminating negative emotions by using a simple 5 step process. For instance, remember a time when you felt really angry (or some other negative emotion). Imagine the occurrence or circumstance you were in when you felt that emotion. Then ask yourself:
1. ‘Can I allow and welcome my [anger] to be here?’
2. ‘Can I release or let go of this [anger]?
In the first two questions you are searching for permission to feel that emotion. Anger for instance, can be helpful. However, if you drill down into that feeling you might find that your anger makes you feel protected, strong or right about something. Delve into those feelings. Do they serve you? Maybe yes, maybe no. Either way, feelings are natural and should not be suppressed.
Now you’ve got a hold of that emotion and are experiencing it in a controlled way, you can move on to examining the next questions:
3. ‘Would I let it go?’
These next two questions are designed to allow you to properly consider whether you can live without those feelings about that circumstance. When you realise that you are in control of holding on or letting go – decide to let go. The fifth step of the process is to Repeat the first four steps with any and every negative emotion you feel. As you become practiced at it you will be able to apply it while you actually feel negative emotions in the future – as they occur.
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This is p.346 of my book ‘How To Change Your Life One Day At A Time‘ in which Hale Dwoskin allows me to describe his brilliant process.
Apply it – it works!
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Imagine that everyone you see today, everyone you come in to contact with – is You.
If you meet someone annoying, imagine they are reflecting annoying aspects of You.
If you meet someone angry, imagine they are reflecting ways in which you become angry – do you remember being angry? What if someone saw you that day. What would they think about you? What are you thinking about that angry person you can see on the street, in the office, at the shops?
We are so quick to judge yet we hate being judged. This is a great exercise to apply to become less judgmental of others. When you think of them as being parts of You, you’ll find it easier to ask yourself why they are behaving that way. Recognising that we have the potential to behave in the same way given the right circumstances allows us to empathise rather than criticise.
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This is reblogged from Kristin Barton Cuthriell’s blog and shows us what a big decision and hope can achieve…