Hello everyone! Happy Friday and I hope you’re all having a wonderful week, and if not, have a wonderful weekend to look forward to!
I’m in the middle of writing a pretty epic post for you all – but it’s taking a lot of mental preparation on my part, so it’s not ready. It’s about how to release old identities and negative beliefs for good.
BUT I am also trying to get into a habit of posting weekly for you all, and it’s been a week! So here is something I just encountered that I wanted to share with you.
I just watched You Can Heal Your Life which is your typical self help movie, which, granted, is just not everyone’s cup of tea. But if you’re willing to set aside your skepticism and give it a try, even if you think it’s stupid, and even if you feel stupid for even watching it, and just give it a test drive, I think you might really like it too.
The central message is that your thoughts basically define your entire life experience, and I think that’s true! I feel incredibly inspired by this movie.
Here are my takeaways – if they resonate with you – I recommend you watch this movie!
- Whenever you feel fear, substitute the emotion of curiosity instead.
- Talk to yourself in the mirror, the person you’re looking to save you is inside of you.
- Lead with love – when you’re unsure what to do – ask yourself “What would love do?”
- I definitely need to finish reading that book Many Lives Many Masters. I just couldn’t get through it on first read, but I feel like it keeps coming up as a book that’s worth reading.
- Ask yourself, “How can I help people?” and let that be your driving force
- Live life in a state of love as much as you can
- Let go of all of the things that you believe that don’t benefit you, or that you find to be barriers to ‘the good stuff’.
- Release each negative believe one by one by simply telling yourself, “I don’t have to believe that anymore.” And “I don’t want to believe that anymore.” and making that your conscious choice.
- Let go to your attachment of the outcome of your endeavors and just love and watch what happens.
Not that the movie said all of these, it didn’t. Some of these were just random conclusions I drew as people were talking. But I found it incredibly empowering.
Lots of love,