Realigning Your Thoughts For Unselfconscious Affluence
In a previous article, I asked for your stories on overcoming blockages to abundance and affluence but I didn’t give any exercises for those of you who may have not yet overcome these blockages.
One idea is to use the tapping method of EFT which I describe in ‘Tap Into Freedom‘. This technique yields phenomenal results for a vast array from phobias to sorrows, habits to negativity.
Another suggestion is to really polish your universes and include in them affirmative statements about your status, your relationship to affluence and your affluent clientele, about your confidence, about your public persona, about your business persona and about your personal feelings of worthiness and deservedness.
Next to EFT, I credit my universes (as well as a fair amount of intention, dedication and skinless chicken breasts on top of spinach) with having shed over 140 pounds. And let me assure you, I used all of the techniques I teach on myself.
If you find that these two exercises have a degree of success but are still plagued with some negativity, try placing a rubber band around your wrist and whenever you experience a negative, nasty, insecure thought, snap that rubber band as hard as you can handle, and replace that negativity with something positive.
In a recent post I talked about cleaning out your attic, the fundamentals of forgiveness and really letting go of the things that hold us back. An example of this for the student I mentioned in my last article, would be to forgive their father for instilling in them a huge fear of scarcity and a somewhat unhealthy relationship to affluence and abundance. Clear it out. Bring it to the dump because Goodwill doesn’t want it. It’s absolute garbage.
As if that’s not enough to get you started. . . How about ‘Trying On Someone Else’s Skin’? When you are metaphorically inside your affluent prospect or client, you have absolutely no room for self-consciousness because you’re not ‘yourself’, you’re them.
Or maybe ‘Surrounding Ourselves with Pink Bubbles‘ might be a good trigger for you.
Ultimately, if you’re really concentrating on your persuasion, your rapport building, criteria elicitation, and really, truly focusing on your prospect, I dare say, you don’t really have much time to experience very much self-consciousness.
Until Next Time,
Kenrick E. Cleveland