3 Tips to Embracing Change

 

Many people go through life fearing what happens, whether it be by the ending of a relationship or job, being in debt or financial challenges, health situations, and the problems encountered in day to day life.

All of these situations require change and transformation within ourselves to transcend them.

On this Saturday’s Manifesting Excellence call we will be sharing some techniques that you can use to quickly do this.

In addition to the techniques on the call, how can you embrace change more easily?

 

3 Tips to Embracing Change

1 – Realise that change is natural in fact NOT changing is against your flow and is painful – it leads to discord within yourself and dis-ease.

2 – Have the awareness that every situation that you experience has the seed of a greater transformation for you.

Much like in the past, you will deal with this. And you will have grown in the process. HOW you deal with it and grow is your journey.

On Manifesting Excellence we aim to provide tools to help with this and make it easier.

3 – Not only will you change and grow, but have the intention that you will THRIVE AND PROSPER.

Life is not about fearing change at every turning corner. It is embracing it, transforming yourself and looking forward to every breath of life you get to experience.

3 Tips to Embracing Change

 

Wishing you a beautiful day with smooth & enjoyable transformations…

 

 

 

Creating Change Quickly and Easily

 

Have you wondered how can you easily make the changes in your life that you need to make so that you can have things the way that you’d like?

We realise that sometimes to get from where we are to where we want to be we need to create change in our lives.

Change doesn’t necessarily need to take time or be difficult.

My journey started almost 20 years ago in working with people, therapeutically and generatively in helping them achieve their goals. Initially I was using NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) as a Master Practitioner and Trainer and then I developed my own methods and techniques.

Over the years I became recognised as the place to turn to for making things happen in ones life.

This week I’ll be sharing techniques that YOU can use to create change quickly in your life.

In addition to that, two weeks later I will build on that and share with you how I have used those techniques to manifest in my life over the years and some tricks to more quickly and easily have what you want.

 

Some of what we’ll be covering will include:
- Understanding the language of your mind and use it to create change
– Utilising and ‘mapping’ across your successes to create what you want in your life now
– Changing in your mind something that seems ‘impossible’ to ‘achievable’ in a few minutes
– Changing a liking for chocolate to a liking for vegetables (example)
– Dealing with overwhelm, anxiety panic attacks, etc
– A technique to change from confusion to understanding

You will be learning about how to use your mind more effectively to think, believe and feel the things you would like to in order to have more of what you would like in your life.

Register now to access this. We will be covering this on Saturday’s Manifesting Excellence call which you can download the audio of also.

 

Change is the Key

 

We will be sharing ideas on this throughout the week. Register now to take part as well as access the call/audio in your own time and whichever timezone you are in.

 

 

Can Change be Quick, Easy, and Long-Term?

 

There may be moments when the journey isn't perfect, but that doesn't mean you are not on the perfect journey for you.

 

Have you worked with yourself on your own beliefs and energy?  How was it for you?

This has been a bit of a theme recently as I've been sharing information on my group calls about working with your own beliefs and energy.

 We experience what we do in our lives and go through the changes we need to experience.  Whether it be to move towards something or to move away from something, or both.  Change is a constant in life, as is your own growth and evolution

 How you handle it and how easily you go through it, is up to you.  Below are some insights that may serve and inspire you in what you experience. 


1 – Change CAN happen quickly?

Some changes can appear to be difficult, and some things can need work.  But…change can also happen quickly.  One of the keys is in identifying the centre of the issue or the key dynamics and patterns in play.

This is where I feel many people miss out…whether they are using spiritual healing, EFT, NLP, therapy, or other tools, they don't get to what the issue or the patterns are.  Once you get good at finding this, it can be easy and intuitive in finding it in yourself and others.


2 – It doesn't always have to take lots of 'work', it can oftentimes be just about shining the light

Oftentimes when you find the real issue and see it, it is so obvious, it disappears (I often get this with clients or those on the group calls). The reason for this is because your present day awareness is greater than when you first took on the 'problem'.  When you clearly identify what the issue is – when you have the centre of the issue – and shine your awareness and wisdom from today upon it (oftentimes just by being consciously aware of it), it can resolve itself.

Where people might have challenges with this and that not happen is if their awareness isn't to a sufficient degree to resolve the issue.  In which case it is then about sharing insights and awareness with the person (as an example, when working with others and if this happened to be the case, I would then work on educating them, sharing perspectives, sharing resources such as my book, content, etc with them in increasing their awareness to shine their light) such that they DO create a separation and movement from the issue and it disappears.

3 – Can change be permanent?

This comes down to various factors, particularly to how well integrated the change is.  If the new 'you' has conflicts of self sabotage, then it's not so easy. Identify how the new 'you' feels, play it through in your mind, make it feel good.  In fact, if you can see the new 'you' as more 'you' than you have ever been, you are on your way.

I believe if change is healthy, progressive, organic, amongst other things, then it will stay.   All that I teach (or when I work with others) is geared towards that, towards progression, evolution, growth, learning, self-sufficiency, self-empowerment, self-awareness, and so on.

 

 Realise…life will happen…and there will be changes…there may be ups and downs…how you navigate this journey and your course will determine how you feel and the degree of happiness and satisfaction you experience… 

 

There may be moments when the journey isn't perfect, but that doesn't mean you are not on the perfect journey for you…

 

 

 

5 Ways to Make Change LAST

For a number of years I have been linked with being a Law of Attraction and Manifesting teacher, coach and author.  Behind all that, and with over 15 years of experience, is in helping people create lasting change in their lives.

Law of Attraction and Manifesting don’t tend to work if you are not in alignment with a new ‘you’.  It’s about creating integrated and ‘whole’ change in alignment with who someone is.

At this time of year, people are thinking ahead to creating changes in their lives.  I will be working with my clients and those on my Manifesting Excellence Group Coaching calls to envision a wonderful 2012 for themselves.  People often find that the changes they make do not ‘stick’.  Here are 5 tips to making change last for you –

1 – Integrate it With the Rest of You

Change doesn’t often ‘stick’ when there is some element of you that conflicts with it.  Some emotion or belief or value or ‘attitude’ conflicts with the new change and eventually ‘overrides’ it.  Also, ensure it is congruent with who you are, your identity, and how you see yourself.

Have an internal check, does this change feel congruent?  Is there any resistance or conflict to it?  If so, identify and align it.

2 – The Motivation Behind the New Change

Are you motivated to making the change for someone else or from a place of imbalance, such as to address a fear, insecurity or something else?  In likelihood the change may not have as much motivation or ‘power’ behind it to last than something resonant with the core of your being.  This can be relative in that at times fears may motivate us (because we are emotionally/energetically in that place); use the greatest motivation for yourself at this moment, and go from there.

If the intial spur of motivation is from someone else, identify YOUR motivations for making this change.  It will tend to ‘stick’ better that way.

 3 – See it in Your Past and Future

You could imagine having this behaviour or this change in your past and future, and as a result imagine how it would feel if you are very familiar with it.

When someone is giving up something, such as changing their diet or something else, what leads to them regressing is they have had the identity of their ‘old self’ for years and so the change doesn’t last.  Their mind sees them how they were and doesn’t integrate the new change.

Change how you saw yourself.  Change how you see yourself in your future.

Changes can happen in minutes. It’s a matter of choosing to see oneself a certain way and doing this with internal alignment.

4 – Accountability

Some find that it can be motivating to be accoutable to someone in entraining a new behaviour.  Kind of like having a training partner to meet you each morning if you are going to be wanting to going to the gym regularly.

This can be useful, if it’s something that resonates with you, particularly in the short to medium term, and based on the dynamics with the person you are being accoutable with.  In the long term, you may want to entrain the behaviour to a degree that it becomes a habit and a way for yourself or you have love for the process.

5 – Love for the Process

This is probably the most important.

If you can love something enough, and not have objections or resistance within yourself to doing it (such as ‘not enough time’ or ‘I can’t get round to it’, or other conflicts), in likelihood you have a habit or behaviour that will last.

Oftentimes people start a behavior for the outcome – for example they want to exercise to lose weight, they want to make financial decisions to create a nest egg, they want to do things for their partner to add spice to their love life, etc.  The key, ideally, is to be in love with the process and the outcome takes care of itself.

If you love adding spice in your relationship, your partner will feel it – including in your energy.  If you entrain a mindset and love exercise, in likelihood the weight will come off, or the benefits to self esteem and one’s own flow will make it more of a non-issue.

Loving the process is different to someone doing a process just for the sake of an outcome and not having the energetic alignment to it.  Loving the process aligns your energy to the process, and makes the desired outcome more likely to happen.  

Loving a process is not just a matter of getting ‘lucky’ in liking something, it’s about the perspective you have about it.  We have all had the experience of loving something we once didn’t, because we changed how we saw it.

 

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5 Thoughts on Law of Attraction in Your Life

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1 The relationships you experience are a projection of your emotions.  They are acting out the scenarios in your vibrational script.  You can change the people, and new people will come in though they could have the same dynamics if you are offering the same vibration.  Change the vibrational script – via your thoughts and emotions – and the dynamics of the relationships in your life change.


2 – When you want to be having something in your life, start with a thought about that subject that feels good. Many people think thoughts that they doubt or contradict easily, and so little moves.

Step back a bit from it, and find a thought that you can ponder and dwell on, which feels good, and there isn’t that inner voice that doubts it. When you have the thought that you can congruently experience, just by dwelling on it, you attract another thought soon after (Law of Attraction!), and another, and another, and so on! 

That’s why I often say it’s like dipping into a stream.  There is an infinite stream – you just have to join it at a place you feel comfortable, then it will take you to wherever you want to go (by attracting more of the same).


3 – When you have an area of your life you want to improve or change, notice how you feel about it and what you think (how you feel will be a consequence of what you think).  Are you having mixed thoughts about it?  Any reservations?  Get to a place of congruence (i.e. not being mixed, but a place of clarity) on the subject.  From that ‘pure’ vibration, you will attract solutions and resources more easily.  From a ‘mixed’ place, it can be like trying to travel with a handbrake on.

The place of clarity can be anywhere, but the key thing is you are congruent about it.  Then, you just focus on it, and it takes you to where you want to go on the subject.  Most people don’t get there because they contradict or offer resistance and so the natural ‘stream’ can’t take them, they are offering too many mixed signals.  If you offer a point of clarity, the Universe will reflect that back to you, and it expands and grows.


4 – Be aware of your daily thoughts (and hence daily vibrational offering) about a subject.  It’s not just about the visualisation and other processes you do.  Be aware in case you are contradicting the processes with your thoughts during the day. Someone may visualise more money, but if in the day they are having other thoughts about it, they may be contradicting their good work.


5 – Realise that everything is in constant motion, even the things that appear to stay the same. They appear to ‘stay the same’ because you have the same attention on them and are re-creating them.  Everything is like a stream, a stream of life we could call it.  Everything is being re-created in each moment by your attention to it (as is the case with your body as well as everything around you).  Similarly, all relationships are being re-established again and again. 

Likewise, love is a process.  It is not just something that ‘happens’, but it’s also a process (whether conscious or unconscious) of ‘being’ in love that you are ‘doing’ in each moment.  Love exists and stays in your life because you are perpetuating it each time.  That is the same with everything else – whether it be poverty, wealth, loneliness, good health.  Nothing can exist by itself other than by a process – whether conscious or unconscious – which KEEPS it reoccuring (the consequence of the process may be actions, but also vibration).  The process re-establishes your relationship with that ‘thing’ and keeps it in your life.

If you think about it, you have a relationship with every ‘thing’ in the Universe – object, person, and any other.  Manifesting is about the process of your relationship with it.  When you want something to leave your life, it is also about the relationship with that ‘thing’.

 

 

Lac Monroe