Here’s your resolutions for the New Year!

Yeah, right.

Actually this is an annual tradition of mine. You may have already picked this up. If not, at the end of this post – you’ll find the guided meditation that you will love, because it is all about being proactive, instead of reactive. Looking your fears, judgements and more and then giving them a re-frame! It’s “BELIEF” in the absence of evidence!

Here’s what we did:

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Old limiting self talk:

I’m worried that people will think less of me because of the mistakes I’ve made through the years.

Reframe:

Mistakes are a necessary part of everyone’s personal growth and understanding. I am a man/woman of substance and what I do matters in the world.

Old limiting self talk:

I’m worried that I will be old and penniless.

Reframe:

Lots of people are struggling and penniless. I am worthy of abundance. Everyone is worthy. I am manifesting that I am well paid for my efforts, that I am attracting people who love what I do and who are willing to pay me fairly and generously.

You may have a few of your own. Start writing them today. This is because tomorrow you will remember a few that you pushed way back into your mind and won’t even remember until you get the most pressing ones out! When I did this the first time, with my student she called me the next day, “Wait, I have a few more that came out this morning! You will to,  and by starting early will be able to add them to your reframe list.

Your turn

First write out your fears. Then write all your refraims as “I am” statements. Claim your victory. Ask, “God Victory” to support you, enliven your efforts and insure your success!

Thank you, God Victory.

Part 1 is “My Ipad was stolen” skip this if you know the story and how it was recovered. (4.5 minutes)

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Part two is Make your year a good one! the guided meditation that you can use, to jump start your year! (8 minutes)

 

Love,

Maureen

 

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