This week is all about affirmations. I think most of us aware of the Legacy Louise Hay left with her work on Affirmations. Affirmations are not anything new, that are statements which when said with conviction, emotion, and intensity prepares the way for what you are stating.
We have already worked through the power of forgiveness and transforming with EFT, now it is about implanting so very powerfully new beliefs and statements.
It is useful to put anchors with affirmations. Anchors are physical, emotional, mental triggers of what you are working towards. Things like passwords so each time you log into the computer, the bank, the phone etc, you need to type your goal in. Simple as it is, each time you feel the emotion, and you tip your affirmation statement the subconscious works out pretty quickly this is important to you. It will however first check to see how big the blocks are too, holding the affirming belief back or on hold until you have forgiven, and transformed enough of the ties holding the heavy beliefs in. Don't worry, we go into a lot more detail in the course work on this.
Keep seeing, feeling, acting in the way the future you will be, when your body catches up. Forgive all the triggers that come up, people, and situations that are testing your conviction to really have the updated version of who you are.
Week 9 companion journal
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