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The law of attraction is real. And I'm making a conscious effort to paint my life the way I finally want it to be. But sometimes, you know you'll negative little triggers. Like pin pricks if you will... Any suggestions on stopping the icky thoughts before they start?

December 24, 2012 | Registered CommenterAlexandriaS

Here's the beauty part Alex: you don't have to be afraid of your negative thoughts or worry about stopping them; consider them to be helping you to discern what you DO want by showing you DONT want. Instead, when you have one of those icky thoughts, flip the switch by asking yourself, "what is it that I DO want?" and then take the time to fill up with the details of all that you do want. Give me an example of an icky thought and I'll show you how it goes

December 26, 2012 | Registered CommenterRhonda Uretzky, E-RYT

I totally agree, Rhonda! I use that a lot, and it really helps. I don't want to feel stressed about the various things going on in my life right now. But thinking about that keeps me focused on feeling stressed. I DO want to feel calm and peaceful. I DO want to feel ease no matter what I'm doing. Sometimes no matter how much I focus on what I want, the 'don't want' creeps in. That's when I use Ask and Receive to heal and release the stress (what I DON'T want) and then Ask and Receive the calm, peace, and ease (what I DO want). It's particularly helpful if I'm thinking about all those stressful things while trying to fall asleep. I usually fall asleep while saying the sentences of Ask and Receive.

January 1, 2013 | Registered Commentertobyc

Toby- Absolutely loved learning about Ask and Receive today and excited to begin putting it in action. Thanks :)

January 5, 2013 | Registered CommenterAmyA

I like Rhonda's suggestion about not being afraid of the negative feelings. Being able to use them to decide what it is you DO want keeps you on target with where you are going and also allows you forgiveness for having bad thoughts. Win-Win!

May 17, 2017 | Registered CommenterDani

I have used the ask and receive during meditation but flight of ideas come through. I try to listen to I’m to help me focus and stay calm. This does help me outwardly ( if this makes sense) because I smile more at work or when I feel a stressful situation coming on. This helps me stay in a vibration that makes me calm and eventually appreciating the better part of an “icky” thought.
This is an ongoing process for me...

May 23, 2018 | Registered Commentermaria

Life is an ongoing process for us all, Maria! Smiling is a POWERFUL mood changer for you and for those who see your smile - just dont look for evidence of it from those you smile at, be satisfied with the benefits you are giving to yourself! After all - everything in your life comes from your own vibrational output, so affecting that with a smile is more than enough.

Dale Carnegie, the great creator of the process that is still taught today called How To Win Friends and Influence People (soooooo many businesspeople still attend this 12 week seminar series) was a huge proponent of the power of a smile in affecting the way people react and react to you. But I still think the best part is the way YOU react to you!

So ...now you know one of the reasons why I harp on SMILE SMILE SMILE! in scripting videos. When you are teaching students in class, you will see how your smile transforms your teaching experience into INSTANT AMAZING. So much benefit for so little effort! (HINT: thats how the best benefits actually come: with the LEAST EFFORT!)