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.

 

 

Going Into 2010 With Momentum

I had a very pleasant surprise yesterday.  Lisa Ellwood (she will tell you below how she came across me) tagged me on a note on Facebook that she had written.

A year ago I wrote a post on “Going into the New Year with Momentum” where I mentioned about how, through your perspective, you can have a great momentum in going into the New Year.  I didn’t know until I saw Lisa’s note yesterday, that she had applied what was in that note and (in her words) EVERYTHING she had written had come to fruition even down to the time periods specified.  As she will tell you, she is someone who has had some challenges, including “clinical depression”.

I will paste Lisa’s note and do feel free to share your thoughts and write YOUR answers to my exercise in the comments below.

By the way, on Saturday 9th January there will be a free teleseminar about making the most of 2010 for YOU, keep an eye out for more details soon.

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Lisa’s note:

My latest New Years Tradition: Going Into the New Year With Momentum

This is a great addition to my New Year’s Traditions.

My dear friend Michelle H. turned me onto The Manifesting & Law of Attraction Page founded and run by Hemal Radia here on Facebook last year (http://www.facebook.com/ManifestingLOA). The timing was quite fortuitous as it was nearing Christmas.

Hemal did a post where he talked about *Going into the New Year with momentum*. In essence, you are compelled to do a lot of self-reflection – never a bad thing at all and especially if you are in denial about taking control of your life and your ability to create the future that you want for yourself. I can honestly say that just about everything I wrote for 2009 came to fruition even down to the time periods specified. Quite profound for one who struggles with positive thinking (being clinically depressed doesn’t help), meditation and visualisation.

Below is the exercise Hemal had us follow. I’ve made a couple of slight tweaks but this is the general format.

MANIFESTING & LAW OF ATTRACTION

GOING INTO THE NEW YEAR (2010) WITH MOMENTUM

1 – Write at least 3 to 5 things that you have Appreciated about this year

2 – Write at least 3 to 5 things (or more) that you are Anticipating/Excited about next year

3 – This time next year, what will you be delighted and proud with? What will have happened? (You can do this for the end of Jan too, what will you be proud of by then?)

Solaris

(Solaris image by Lisa Ellwood)