Are you living the life you really want? Or are you merely going through the motions each day and hoping that things will somehow get better all on their own?
I’ve found that generally people do want a better life but commonly have no real idea of how to make it happen. Often by the time people come to see me for help, they are at their wits end with frustration and feel a complete lack of direction and no purpose in life. And if they can sense their purpose they seem unable to really fulfil it or get it off the ground.
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We’ve all been there.
We’ve gone on holiday and felt inspired to completely change our lives when we get home.
Or we’ve listened to a motivational speaker, and immediately resolved to change our job, our home or our partner, as we set out to build an amazingly abundant and inspirational life.
And we’ve probably all made New Year’s Resolutions that lasted somewhere between five minutes and a week.
So how come these changes never last? Are we not dreaming hard enough or long enough?
What does it take to make concrete, long-lasting changes?
And is permanent change even possible?
Have you ever had a creational thought and absolutely believed that it would manifest immediately? As if, by the mere fact that you had that thought and saw that vision that it would all happen exactly as you saw it, in just a blink of an eye. On some level of consciousness it has quite possibly already been created, but how do we put enough energy into it for it to become manifest here in the physical?
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I’m sure we’ve all felt our own limitless potential at times. It perhaps came in a dream or in meditation, or in a flash vision that showed us that “we could be great at something”, that we could have an “amazing life” or that “we could make a difference in the world”. In those moments we felt so inspired and sure that we could go out and create and become that person that we saw ourselves to be in the moment of that vision and yet, for the most part we haven’t actually gone out and done anything about that at all.
I didn’t particularly want to be rich — I simply wanted to magnetically attract the right amount of clients so that I could earn enough money to put food on the table. I wasn’t asking for the moon, just enough clients to get by.
I completely believed that just by saying this to the Universe that clients would magically appear on my doorstep — and they did. Not in abundance, but just enough.
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Have you noticed that many people are being inspired to make great changes lately? We are in a most pivotal time in our history and there is a very definite momentum moving us collectively through continual paradigm shifts, spiritual initiations and universal opportunities to expand mass consciousness at a global level.
Sometimes clients come to me in a state of unexplained PTSD - they cannot find traumatic experiences in their lifetime that would explain why they are feeling as they do. There seems to be no cause for it - good childhood, no trauma, no abuse, no serious shock - and yet their nervous system is fragile, they often have chronic fatigue/adrenal fatigue, are anxious, stressed and in a constant state of fight and flight (sometimes even in freeze).
A lovely lady came to me recently for hypnosis as she had been feeling really anxious, worried and unsettled about her life. Her marriage had gone through some challenging times recently and she had not been able to feel settled since. She is also the mother of three young children and has no family nearby to help her.
The vast array and diversity of the experiences on offer to us here on this planet are pretty much unlimited and with each new “latest thing” we add to that list of what we might choose to experience, but are we really free to choose which experiences to have and which to avoid? Or is choice an illusion?