Tip 4: Mind Your Business: In preparation of the first Annual Global Worry-free Day March 1st, 2014: 7.00A.M-7.00P.M.


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Today is about getting down to business…our internal businesses. The first thing we have to remember is that a worry-fast is so much like a food-fast. You don’t just jump into it and expect to stay in it. So, today, we are going to feed our minds with more tips for the worry-fast.

Tip 1:

Stay in the moment.

This simply means that you focus 100% on everything you are doing today. If it is eating, eat as if it is the best and last food you will ever eat. Chew the food, taste all the spices; feel the chunks as they move down your throat to your digestive system; and focus on the temperature of every bite.

When driving, drive as if you are driving your best car, for the last time, to the last place you will ever drive to. This implies that you pay attention to the way your car sounds as you drive; the muscles that you use to drive—as you also pay attention to your surroundings. You will realize that there’s enough to focus on in the moment.

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Tip 2:

Breathe:

Breathe in and out as if it is the last air you will ever have, and that your life depended on it—and it does. Feel the temperature of your breath as it goes in and out of your nostrils. As you breathe in, mentally tell yourself that you are breathing in love and peace, and breathing out worry and stress. Do this all day. When you forget, start again.

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Tip 3:

Mind your business:

When someone angers or upsets you, ask yourself whether it is your business or theirs. Please understand that whatever people do is their business: it is coming out of them…with the blue print of their internal representations. What you do is your business as well. When people act crazy or unfairly, it is their business. When someone insults you, it is their business. When someone cheats or does things to hurt you, it is their business. Even if someone killed you, it would be their business. Your business is to watch your reactions towards their business. Monitor your thoughts, and take control of your reactions towards their business. Focus on what is and not on what things should or shouldn’t be.  Continuously ask yourself: – “is it their business or mine?” When you stay in the moment, you will realize that the only things that really matter are the way you feel and react. Remember: we don’t experience what we want, we experience who we are.

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 Tip 4:

Look for things to make you happy.

Whatever we focus on, the brain will do its job to sort it out for us in our environment. The brain’s job is to employ your focus to direct you where you need to be, look or go–in order to experience whatever you are focused on. If you doubt this fact, focus on any color of your choice.  Go out to a large crowd and you will see that color everywhere; in cars, people’s clothes, building colors…name it. 

Look on YouTube for videos that will make you laugh. Watch comedies. Sing silly songs. Watch your childhood movies or TV series. Exercise.

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This evening, I will post the last tip in preparation of the worry-fast. Please come back here to check for the tip.

By the way, have you checked out my book: Love, Men and Money: How to attract and retain them? It is a must-have for every woman. In the book are healing tools based on EFT and Ho’oponopono to help free one from their emotional baggage.

Happy Friday family

Love and light

Jacinta Mariah

Author, Qualified Speaker, and Spiritual Healing Facilitator:

http://www.tapthegood.com

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Time to Forgive: Tip 3 in Preparation of the first Annual Global Worry-Free Day: March 1st, 2014: 7.00AM – 7.00PM


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I hope you are witnessing some positive changes especially if you went through the first two tips I posted on this blog.

Today is forgiveness day. You see, it is impossible not to worry if you have anger or resentment towards yourself or others.  Forgiveness is freedom. Forgiveness is healing. Forgiveness of oneself and others achieves emotional ecstasy. So, today I’m going to share a simple but powerful forgiveness process that will get your emotions high-rocketing with joy and bliss.

Let’s go for it:

Step 1: List all the people who hurt or made you angry. Go back to your childhood, teenage life, adulthood. Take your time. This should take you at least 10 minutes. Don’t rush through it. Exhaust your mind.

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 Step 2: Go back to the list you made in step 1 and note down how this person/people made you feel. You can simply just write down the emotions without telling the entire story.

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Step 3:  Ignore the people who hurt you in this step and just take note of the attached emotions.  You may wanna read the instructions below before you go through the exercise.

–          Close your eyes, and imagine a white board in front of you.

–          In your mind’s eye, start writing down all the emotions on the white board.

–          When you are done, start saying the following Ho’oponopono cleansing statements: I’m sorry, please forgive me; Thank you; I love you.

–          Continue saying the statements as you erase all the words representing your emotions from the white board.

–          Erase the white board clean as you continue saying the four statements.

–          When you are done, take a deep breath and open your eyes.

–          You can do this exercise as many times as you can until you feel a sense of relief. Remember it is not about the people who hurt you or what they did. It is the way you feel about them. So, focus on those emotions.

Feel free to check out my website; www.tapthegood.com for more free resources, healing meditations, and inspirational books.

Love and light.

Jacinta Mariah; Author, Qualified Speaker and Spiritual Healing Facilitator.

Tip 2: for the Preparation of March 1st: – The Global Worry-Free Day:


ImagePlease refer to the list you made yesterday of the things that worry you.

For each of the things that worry you, and their reasons, ask yourself the following questions:

  1. Is this true?  Be honest with yourself. Answers such as “but”, “maybe” or “however”, aren’t valid to this question. The only valid answers are, “yes” or “no.” If your answer is “yes”, justify it by giving reasons. If your answer to this question is “no”, then move to question 3.
  2. Is this really the truth? Remember you cannot base on your past or other people’s stories to determine whether whatever you are worrying about is true or false.  For instance; if you are worried about a bill because you don’t know how you are going to pay for it; or don’t think you will get the money to pay for it, not knowing and/or uncertainty does not imply that this is the “truth”. It simply means that you don’t know, or you are not sure how things are going to materialize. The future is uncertain. The past doesn’t mean the future. So, the only truth we know is what is happening now. There is a bill to pay means just that. Everything else you come up with to validate your worry is a story, belief or memory-based.
  3. What feelings come up if whatever you are worrying about could be true? Write these down.  Do you realize that before you read this question, you were not in touch with those feelings? This implies that there is a part of you that is free from this worry and the related emotions.
  4. How would you feel if whatever you are worrying about wasn’t the truth? Write these down. As you answer this question you will realize how easy it is to shift from negative emotions to positive ones.
  5. Spend the rest of the day focusing on the emotions that you would have if whatever you are worried about wasn’t the truth. By doing this, you will be exercising your mind to focus on the good rather than the negative.

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Let me know how it goes.

These concepts are based on Katie Byron’s powerful healing method called “The Work.” What I challenge you to do is give yourself permission to tackle each of your worries and answer these questions unlimitedly. Once you do the work, you will realize how easy it is to achieve emotional freedom.

If you haven’t checked out my book Do not Force it, Tap The Good, this is a good time to get your copy from http://www.tapthegood.com/books.html

Love and light

Jacinta – http://www.tapthegood.com

Tip 1 in Preparation of March 1st: – The Global Worry-Free Day:


Tip 1 in preparation for the Global Worry-Free Day

Love, Men and Money

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There are three days left for the 12 hours’ worry-fast scheduled for this upcoming Saturday –7.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.

 

Today’s tip is to make a list of the things that worry you, and why.  Write as much as you can. Spare at least 15 minutes for his exercise. After the first 5 minutes, your conscious mind will begin to relax–giving your subconscious permission to reveal whatever is underneath. I’m certain that you will have fun with this.

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Let me know how it goes.

 

 Sending you God’s love and healing light.

http://www.tapthegood.com has numerous free resources to facilitate your emotional freedom. Go check it out. 

 

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