Keep It Simple: Permission to Illuminate Your Life Easily, Effortlessly & Joyfully Workbook Exercise 4-2014

K.I.S. Exercise 4-2014

Instructions for plugging in the keys if you haven’t done it before, or if you forgot:

Pg. 14 of the workbook has a space for what you know is true about yourself. If your meditation with the words “I know that I am worthy of a good life” energized you, comforted you, or in some way felt like it was the one, this is where you’ll write the phrase in and date it. You know how much fun it is to look back on those entries!

Pg. 16 of the workbook is where you’ll write the words, “I trust that I am worthy of a good life,” if this is the phrase that gives you a good feeling, energizes you, or in some way adds something to you.

Pg. 17 of the workbook is the place to write “I love that I am worthy of a good life,” if this is the phrase that gives you that loving feeling.

Pg. 18 of the workbook is where you can write “I trust that I am worthy of a good life,” if this is the feeling that resonates most for you.

You can have more than one that feels good, so it’s up to you if you want to write it in more than one way. I think of this as one of the deeper introspections to explore, so please, do be gentle with yourself. Write the dates on each entry so you can visit them or work with them in the future.

Please feel free to get in touch with me privately if this exercise brings up anything you’d like help with. I’m here for you.

Happy weekend everyone!

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Have You Hugged Your WorkBook Today?

As we bring 2013 to its close many of us have renewed our zeal for what we love and didn’t give enough time to this year. Because I’m looking out for you and want to see you beaming with happiness, I’m going to suggest that you take out your copy of the work book and see what you can add to it. Do you have news to share with your trust, accept, love, or know pages?

Are you at a crossroads and need tools to clarify what it is that‘s ultimately motivating you? Those are in chapter 2. A long list in the toolbox to go through until you get that zing announcing that you’ve found a step to bring you closer to what it is that you want to be closer to.

One of my favorite tools in the work book is on the final page. The one that asks you to simplify your challenges into one of three categories by going into yourself and observing yourself.

If you don’t know what the work book is, it’s my affectionate name for this lovely mouthful – “Keep it Simple: Permission to Illuminate Your Life Easily, Effortlessly, & Joyfully” by yours truly. It’s available right now on Amazon. If you’d like an autographed copy, give me a yodel and we’ll fix that right up.

I wish you oodles and oodles of peace and love in this Happy New Year.