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Creating What We Want – Four Steps

Many of us spend a significant amount of our energy “not wanting things to be the way they are”. We want it to be different. It can start out looking like “I want X and I don’t have it and I cannot create it”. For example, “I want more business and I don’t have it”, “I want to be skinnier and to look better”, “I want to be noticed by others,  I feel ignored”, etc., etc.

Each of these statements, these wants that we continue to hold onto are like boat anchors. As long as we hold onto to them, we create a resistance within our selves to creating what we want. If we can let go of the feelings associated with these wants we will release the energy we are bottling up keeping these wants in place. We can have a want and let go of the “need” or “should” that we attach to the want. Have the want and let it go.

Four Steps to Release Your Resistance:

1. Identify something that you have acquired some emotional attachment to.

2. Now allow yourself to really feel the feelings associated with this want.

3. Now ask yourself if you are willing to let go of this want, or the need or should associated with this want.

4. If so, purposefully let go of the feelings related to this want.

By following these steps you release the energy which you bottle up to hold onto this need or should. By releasing that energy you now have more energy to do what you want in your life.

I have adapted my approach from Hale Dwoskin and his book “The Sedona Method, Your Key to Lasting Happiness, Success, Peace and Emotional Well-being.” This is a great book and I highly recommend it to anyone interested in living a happier and more successful life.

2 Responses to Creating What We Want – Four Steps

  • Jeff Gurney says:

    Ted,
    It sounds really strange but it really works well. In sales we can really try to establish a relationship, but when we quit pushing and release the feelings (fear of rejection) and just let things exist as they are the relationship just flows. It is like trying to work against gravity or just accepting that it exists.

  • Ted Mersino says:

    That is a great example Jeff. Allowing ourselves to step into versus freezing up in the idea of what we want.

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