Begin Your Transformation
Set aside time to write down the things you’d like to be, do, or have. This step is important. Something magical happens when you identify and clarify your goals and dreams on paper. You are, in a sense, placing an order with the Universe, and it will begin to bring about circumstances and situations that will help you to create the life you want. Part of the way the Universe will do this is by sending you emotional signals about negative subconscious beliefs you have that you need to change.
As you write down your goals, remember to think big. Let go of all your self-imposed limitations or boundaries. If you could have anything what would it be? In the words of bestselling author, Joe Vitale, “Dare Something Worthy”.
Remember, there are no limits to this exercise. If you knew you couldn’t fail and could do, have, or be whatever you chose, would you ever make excuses? Would you ever be anxious or frightened?
Peak performance means operating at your full potential. It is far more than merely having high expectations of yourself (after all, you can have high expectations of yourself while also having poor self-esteem and anxiety). Instead, it is an attitude, a daily choice to live a life full of confidence, joy, and total presence. In other words, it is living to your full potential. When you operate as a peak performer, you sustain high levels of clarity, consciousness, confidence, and creativity. Peak performance, unsurprisingly, demands considerable effort on your part, and it requires that you master intention, co-creation, vibrancy, alignment, inspired action, and discipline.
The second foundational principle is present moment awareness. The word “presence” is associated with awareness and consciousness. Presence is consciousness reclaimed from the mind. It is when you live as this awareness that you are indeed free to choose how you want to respond in situations; otherwise, you are reacting to environmental stimuli based on the programming of your subconscious mind.
The following process is one way to cultivate the habit of awareness, and it will thus lay the foundation for change, growth, and transformation in your life. The process will be most effective if you do it exactly as instructed.
The Three-Step Process
Feeding what you want is natural and comfortable, and you are already doing so in many ways. For that reason, this three-step process is instead focused on starving what you don’t want by merely observing the characteristics of the emotions you are experiencing. This is a form of meta cognition which allows you to distance yourself from your feelings or objectify your emotions. You see yourself as separate from them, and therefore that they are not an essential part of your authentic nature.
To diagnose and then transform your baseline emotional state, check in ten times a day with the following question: “Emotionally, how do I feel in my body right now?” Instead of naming your emotion (i.e., anger or sadness), define it based on how positive or negative it is (on a scale of 1- 10).
To help yourself to remember to do this, invent some sort of reminder system. For example, you could use a reminder app or alarm on your phone, place sticky notes in random places, paint one fingernail different from the rest, wear your watch on the opposite arm or upside down, or put a band-aid on your finger.
If there is ANY kind of negativity, or if the emotion is positive but less than you would choose, the fact is you did not choose it. You are experiencing it because of a program running in your subconscious. To address it, you need to perform the following three steps (if you are already feeling what you would choose, then skip to step two):
Words that Help
1.) Say these specific words: “There it is. That’s not me. That’s a program.”
2.) Observe the emotion(s) deeply. Ask yourself, “Where do I feel these emotions?” or simply state, “I feel it (here). It feels like (this).” Recognize who it is that is doing this inquiring (the answer is that it is you, a completely separate entity from the emotion).
3.) Say these specific words: “Thank You for releasing that. I love you. I love you. I love you.
If you skipped step one and it’s a feeling you would choose, then say: “Thank you for expressing this. I love you. I love you. I love you.”
To summarize, when you identify a negative emotion, go through the following three steps:
There it is. That’s not me. That’s a program.
I feel it here (location), it feels like this (characteristics).
Thank you for releasing that (OR Thank you for expressing this). I love you. I love you. I love you.
These steps are not intended to get rid of the negative feeling, because that would be resisting it and therefore feeding it. Sometimes the negative emotion may go away, but that is merely a side effect. This practice is about implementing a new habit/program to cultivate awareness and ground yourself in the present. Every time you observe an emotion, do so without passing any judgment on it. It doesn’t matter what emotion is there, what matters is that you watch it as a third-party observer. When this becomes a habit, you will have successfully replaced the perpetuation of your old, unconscious program with a new, conscious response.
It takes less than thirty seconds to do this practice. Thirty seconds ten times a day is only five minutes of your time. Keep doing this until this healthy response has become a habit for you.
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