Keep It Simple Workbook Exercise 9-2015: Try Something New

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As always, I hope this post finds you well and enjoying your life experience.

I am amazed at how much energy can open up simply by going to a new place, meeting a new friend, eating a new food, reading a new author, or studying a new subject.  My inspiration for this post was experiencing how much energy opened up for me when I started working outside of my own business again last year, and continued to be inspired by the promotions and experiences I’ve had there since that time.

I am inspired to seek out new experiences now more than ever.  How about you?

Now, for the workbook portion of the exercise! The Kindle version of the workbook is currently only $0.99. Signed copies of the paper workbook can be ordered directly from me.

The statements:

I know that I am good at trying new things.

I trust that I am good at trying new things.

I love that I am good at trying new things.

I accept that I am good at trying new things.

Instructions for plugging in the keys if you haven’t done it before, or if you would like a refresher:

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 good at trying new things,” 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 good at trying new things,” 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 good at trying new things,” if this is the phrase that gives you that loving feeling.

Pg. 18 of the workbook is where you can write, “I accept that I am good at trying new things,” 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.

Remember to always be gentle with yourself when you’re looking into how you feel about the statements in your mind, body, and spirit.

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.

As always, thank you for spending time with me!

Gina

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Keep It Simple: Permission to Illuminate Your Life Easily, Effortlessly, & Joyfully Workbook Exercise 9-2014: Letting Others Be Themselves

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The other end of the spectrum from being ourselves is letting others be themselves. If the balance works the way a lot of us think it does, then practicing letting others be themselves is essential to allowing others to let us be ourselves.

The practice of letting others be themselves also saves time. If you find your brain working at trying to figure out how someone else should handle a challenge in their life, and then you let go of trying to figure it out for them, you will empower them, and give yourself that time to enjoy your life.

Set aside some time, half an hour at least, or more if your life has been hectically busy, to relax into your own peace. When you are there, work with these statements and record them in your workbook, if you have a physical copy, on your Kindle notes if that’s where you like to keep your notes, or in your journal.

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The statements are:

I know that I am good at letting others be themselves.

I trust that I am good at letting others be themselves.

I love that I am good at letting others be themselves.

I accept that I am good at letting others be themselves.

Instructions for plugging in the keys if you haven’t done it before, or if you would like a refresher:

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 good at letting others be themselves,” 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 good at letting others be themselves,” 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 good at letting others be themselves,” if this is the phrase that gives you that loving feeling.

Pg. 18 of the workbook is where you can write “I accept that I am good at letting others be themselves,” 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.

 

As always, thank you for reading,

Gina

 

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Keep It Simple: Permission to Illuminate Your Life Easily, Effortlessly, & Joyfully Workbook Exercise 8-2014: Who I am is Good Enough

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This month’s workbook exercise is “Who I am is good enough.”

How do you feel about this statement in your mind, body, and spirit?  If you’re busy, and you would like to work with this statement, set aside the time you need to look deep inside of yourself.  Relax with yourself.

Get our your journal, your paperback copy of Keep It Simple: Permission to Illuminate Your Life Easily, Effortlessly, & Joyfully  K.I.S. coveror your Kindle copy, and fill in the statements you identify with. Feel free to play around with the statements until you find what fits for you. Remember to put a date on them. While you’re there, look at what you have written before. I find those older entries illuminating.

The statements:

I know that who I am is good enough.

I accept that who I am is good enough.

I love that who I am is good enough.

I trust that who I am is good enough.

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.  I’m here to help.

 

As always, thank you for reading.

Gina

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