Reply To: FML
Thanks for your reply and for confirming which tracks you own.
The FML thought is an likely abstraction you have made because you may have a feeling of hopelessness.
Someone may look at their bank account or Credit Card statement, feel a sense of dismay and think “FML”; another person may look at the same figures and realise it's just one measure of how they have been living life, and not a life sentence.
So, there is not a person alive who has not had to rely on others from time to time. In fact, the idea of being “self-made” is a fallacy as we did not make ourselves and we relied on other people just to bring us into this world, nurture us and guide us.
Presidents and Politicians rely on backers, supporters and voters. Corporations rely on their employees and customers. Everyone needs some level of support in life. No-one is an island
The fact you are here now shows that you can stand on your own two feet.
Without knowing all the specifics of what you are working on and have worked on, you might wish to run a Belief Blaster on:
“I haven't been able to stand on my own two feet”
“I haven't been capable”
After that, you might benefit from running a suggestion via QT:
“I enjoy being more independent now, because it makes sense”
“I'm so capable and now it's time for me to show it”
“I've a lot to offer the world, and I'm a good person”
“The past is over and now I can enjoy the future”
“No matter what happened before, I'll always find a way now”
“I can definitely do this and I'm ready now”
“I've an unbelievable level of courage and I'll use it now”
This is just the tip of the iceberg
Clear the negatives and layer in the positives and then see how you get on.
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Paul McCabe – PSTEC Master Practitioner
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