Monday, September 7, 2009

Who’s ready for some change?


I see it everywhere this time of year, cooler temps, buying trends pick up, class enrollments and gym memberships go way up and people even get new hairstyles . Funny how a season that signifies things dying can be the catalyst for so much new stuff.

I wonder how much of it will stick. Like the hair that grows out, will the commitment to the gym last longer than 6 weeks? Statistics say no. Answer me this - what are you doing to make your changes stick?

Are you setting yourself up powerfully to succeed, or are you relying on the same old stuff that has seen you fail to make your changes last in the past? Things like will power, changing because someone else wants you too or because it is a perceived societal norm.

Quick show of hands – who wants more money? Right, everyone – ok, quick question – why don’t we all have more money?

I visualize, I am grateful for every penny, I pray and journal and read and clear resistance, and do all the exercises that all the ‘law of attraction’ coaches are coming up with and yes my bank account has increased over the time that I have been doing these things, but not enough to purchase even one of the things I have visualized, not one.

So, what’s going on?

Is it all a hoax, am I not creating my own life? Or, am I going about it entirely wrong?

I am attending a workshop this weekend coming that will shed some light on that question. It is called Psych-K and is based on the idea that our subconscious mind is the one running the show and if we want lasting and powerful change we must learn to communicate with it.

This is my something new; this is the investment I am making in my health and prosperity. I am excited to discover this ability and to put it to work in my life and I am excited to share it with you all after the course.

Love and strength in this powerful time of change,

Alison

p.s. These courses are run all over the world so if anyone has completed one please share your experience in the comments section (which is now moderated btw- spammers begone!). If you are interested in taking a course yourself check out their website www.psych-k.com And if you are interested in the one happening this weekend email me immediately to secure a seat.

2 comments:

Christine said...

Sounds exciting! Looking forward to hearing about the course.

~ Chris

Michael Palmer said...

How did it go?