Learn To Love Yourself – 5 Mental Exercises (2)

3- I Want To Change

(Part 2)

Repeat several times in front of the mirror the statement:
“I WANT TO CHANGE!”

You can touch your throat when you say this and feel that you are in a process of change. Notice how you feel. When changes occur in your life, you can allow them to happen. Let life flow through you. Not a brake. What you asked for in life comes with certain changes. Embrace them.

Even some of the events that at the moment seem negative can be part of what you asked for, or an intermediate stage so that what you want to happen can happen. Even if you don’t understand why certain things are happening, maybe later everything will be linked. Trust that in the end, things will sit as you asked. Relax and accept the change with joy.

I Want To Change

Be aware that where you do NOT want to make a change is the place where you NEED to change the most. Say this as often as possible and the changes will occur sooner than you think. If you are hesitant or resisting or simply do not want to change yourself, ask yourself why. What old do you think holds you in place? Please don’t reprimand yourself, just notice what it is. Where does that belief come from?

Whether or not you know where he comes from, you will do something for him to disappear. You go back to the mirror and, looking deep into your eyes, say to yourself:

“I WANT TO FREE FROM ANY RESISTANCE!”

Mirror work is very powerful and efficient. When we were children we received most of the negative messages from adults who looked directly into our eyes, perhaps threatening us with the finger. And to this day, most of us have something negative to say to us – either we criticize ourselves for how we look or we argue for other things.
The fastest way to get results using affirmations is to look in your own eyes in a mirror and make a positive statement about yourself.

4- Release Of Necessity

For every habit we have, for every life experience we go through repeatedly, for every pattern we repeat, there is a need for this repetition in us. The need corresponds to a belief we have. If there had been no need, we would not have had that pattern, we would not have made the same mistake repeatedly, or we would not have been as we are.

There is something inside us that needs fat, or a bad relationship, or cigarettes, or unsuccessful, anger, poverty, abuse or anything else that is our problem. For those who hear for the first time this concept according to which we create our own reality and we are responsible for the good and evil of our lives at a certain level, it could be revolting.

If you are angry now, please analyze if you do not mind the idea because it has reached a sensitive point in you. Maybe you were somewhat aware that this was the case, but you didn’t want to accept it. Your revolt is the sign that all this might be true in your case. It is advisable to dig deeper and see what you need to feed, without realizing it. But where they come from.

How many times did we say, “I will never do this again!”, Because the next day we would eat another cake, smoke another cigarette, fight again our loved ones. Then we sum up the problem by feeling guilty: “You have little will in you! You can’t be disciplined. You are weak. ”This adds to the burden of guilt we already carry with us.

What we are trying to eliminate is just a symptom, an external effect and we must go to the cause: what is the need that created the repetition? Once you’ve identified what your need is, make a statement like this:
“I WANT TO FREE MYSELF FROM THE NEED OF NOT DESERVING ANYTHING.
I DESERVE THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE AND NOW, WITH LOVE, I ALLOW MY SELF TO ACCEPT… ”.

By making this statement, over the course of a few days, the exterior effect will begin to disappear. When we want to change a condition, we can we say:
“I WANT TO CHANGE THE TYPE IN ME THAT CREATES THIS CONDITION!”

As you make this statement you are out of the victims category, you are no longer helpless and you are aware of your own power. You actually say, “I understand that I created this old idea and Let It Go.”

Continue the exercise with a partner or in front of a large mirror. Say it out loud, feeling every word and looking into your eyes:
“I REALIZED NOW THAT I HAVE CREATED THIS CONDITION AND I WANT TO FREE  THE TYPE OF THIS CONDITION FROM MY  CONSCIOUSNESS !”

5- Let It Go

Let It Go

As you read, draw deep air into your chest and when you exhale let all the tension out of your body. Let your scalp, forehead and face relax. The head does not have to be tense, so you can read. Let your back, pelvis and abdomen relax. While relaxing your feet and toes, let your breathing be calm and easy. Is any important change  in your body? Notice how much tension you kept in yourself.

If you do this with your body, then you also do it with your mind. In this relaxed and comfortable position, tell yourself:

“I WANT TO RELEASE MYSELF. I AM RELEASED. LET IT GO.
I release all the tension. I release myself from all fear. I release myself from all anger.
I release myself from all guilt. I release all the sadness.
LET ALL THE OLD LIMITATIONS GO. LET IT GO AND I’M RELAXED. I’M AT PEACE WITH MYSELF.
I AM IN PEACE WITH THE PROCESS OF LIFE. I AM PROTECTED AND SAFE. ”

Go through this exercise 2-3 times and feel the ease of being released. Repeat this exercise whenever you feel overwhelmed by difficult thoughts.

Mania can be released by punching the bed or pillows, hitting a boxing bag, playing tennis or running.
Continue the exercise. Cleanse the past from your mind and free yourself from the emotional attachment of the past. Let memories be just memories.

Make a list of all the things you want to let go. How much do you want to let them go? Observe your reactions. What will you have to do to get rid of these things? How hard do you want to do this? What is the level of your opposition?

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