Your spellchecker dropped the S in Sage. Retiring ovaries is our journey into sagehood!
I just discovered I had a 300,000 money barrier locked in my brain. What what what?! Doesn’t matter where it came from! I am grateful for the unearthing and the chance to eliminate it permanently.
I saw a book recommendation for Millionaire Mind and my library had it in audo form. I didn’t have much to work with but I started anyway.
The Bank Accounts Harv has you set up translated into envelopes with sticky notes on them. Every month money goes in. Every day gratitude and blessings are given as I read the Accounts they represent on the sticky notes.
I had a shiny silver sequined purse lying around for a sparkly dress day. So I put an index card in it and coined it “Billionare Purse”.
There was a pile of change in my wallet so I launched a game to get my brain comfortable to large sums of income.
Each penny represents $1,000. Every morning 10% of the change in my wallet went into the purse and I tracked the amounts as “representing $____ from $____ in new money”.
I was looking for money beliefs. So any ill sensations were asked into and worked with in a special journal.
Then one day it stopped. Dead stopped. Everything else was more important. I didn’t think much of it until today when I pulled out the envelopes to add for January.
I decided the billionaire purse wasn’t working and it was time for a new game. I started down that path and almost missed it!
The representative amount was $293,000.
I was in my early 20’s making more money than anyone I knew. It was only 23,000, but rent back then was $410 & I had plenty of extra money every month. Homes were $100,000 in the super-rich neighborhoods. Anything beyond $300,000 seemed greedy and selfish. That was still locked in my 48 year old brain!!
I’m sticking with my penny game.
I sticking with it til at least a million.
And holding fast to the mantra Harv graciously offered:
“All non-supportive money experiences from the past are gone!”
How are you going to bust your brain?
That part’s easy. I’ve got incredible neurolinguistic and energy healing tools I’ve combine over the years. It takes but a moment to do the brain surgery.
My Followup Reply
To be more specific … I took the lazy route & did an NLP rewrite on the memory adding some zero’s so the new “greedy/selfish” number is 300 billion. If I get there oneday, then maybe I’ll take the less lazy route.
Hi RST! First off, this was going around FB yesterday:
Could one friend please copy and re-post? We are trying to demonstrate that someone is always listening.
Just one person makes a difference
So First Off:
You WERE heard. I saw your post as I was headed to bed & sent supportive energy your way.
Tim has this great interview with Adam Robinson who has some practical insights on suicidal depression and the conversation weaves that direction.
Adam has come out the other side & his twitter is full of enthusiastic life.
Search Tim’s blog for “suicide”, you’ll find a couple deeper dives.
Build your support team. Find a great counselor.
Your “break glass in case of emergency” lever is getting triggered when you’re not days atop Mt Everest, broken leg, intense pain, wolves looming. We can’t fix the faulty sensor, but we CAN:
! create many alternative neuropathways!
! install pre-pre-pre warning systems!
! amass so many tools to deploy at the pre pre pre stages that we successfully avert that neuropathway!
! develop Self-Loving, Self-Caring, Self-Empowerment so strongly that even if the lever gets pulled, we have Best Self pulling from many directions back out of it!
I wish you all the success on your journey upward into your New Life. You have faced death and said “no thank you! I gots shit to do!!”.
I am SO proud of you!!
And here are some words for you to play with:
What would it feel like if I saw my worth as priceless?
What would I do if I felt Enough to overflowing?
Bring back the balance by spending a few minutes noticing what you are doing well. If the “you suck” monster is super loud start with mundane things like “I show up for work every day”, “I didn’t steal ANY pens yesterday”, “I have not once brought my pet parakeet to the office!”, get the “what did I do well / what is going right?” neural-net search rolling.
Name some of your strengths. How can you use those strengths to rock the improvements needed?
Sending love, comfort, all the hugs you could ever want, joy, and a great night’s rest for a great start tomorrow!
Attachment Theory. When they are that young, how the primary caregiver’s respond most of the time to the babies needs shapes how they will relate to all other humans for the rest of their lives. (without intervention and what it takes on their part to rewire default behaviors)
Immersing in the videos I made of waves. When I lived there, I walked 2-3x/day on the seawall or in the sand. Life took me elsewhere. I can’t always go there in person, but my vimeo’s are right there anytime I need them.