Three steps you can take to begin the process of preparation for mediation

Three steps you can take to begin the process of preparation for mediation

Three steps you can take to begin the process of preparation for mediation

Three steps you can take to begin the process of preparation for mediation


As long as there is only a "don't want" script in the Law of Emotion, it is limited to rotating the script over and over again. We must provide some new material for the Law of Emotion to work.

What do you really want in your relationship? Security? Love. loyalty. Conversation? Communication? What?

Do you wonder why you attract certain types of people in your life?


Are you tired of feeling frustrated in love?


Have you ever been "blindfolded" by someone you think is a friend?


Do you feel frustrated about finding the special person you can live with forever?


Here are three steps you can take to begin the process of preparation for mediation.

Step 1: Make a complete list of all the features or scenarios of your past relationships that you don't want to experience again. You can use the T-tool TM for this exercise or just take a fresh sheet of paper and draw a big 'T' on it.


Label the left-hand column: 'I don't want' and the right-hand column, 'I want'.


Ask your inner self to remind you of past events that you do not want to repeat.


Write a few words about each event that show the essence of the event.


Step 2: Check everything I don't want to do and ask yourself: "What do I want if I don't want it?"


One of the biggest reasons we continue to attract such unsatisfactory relationships is that we fail to use the opposite in these negative events to get what we want.

Step 3: Write a script about how you want your relationship:


Unless the script just wants 'DON'TT' in the law of emotion, it is limited to rotating the script over and over again. We must provide some new material for the Law of Emotion to work.

Scripting accesses all four parts of the brain.


The left brain that deals with words and logic.


The right brain that understands patterns and symbols.


The middle brain that experiences emotions. And


The brain stems that register physical stimuli.


When we write a script, starting with a phrase like: "If I had a way ...", and using our imagination about what we like, we use our right and middle brains. Access. An idea or feeling comes and we translate it into words (using the left brain) which is a symbol of the thought or feeling (again the right brain). Writing a script engages the body, which is registered in the brain stem.

When all four parts of the brain are busy, a powerful message is conveyed to the universe.

I want to end my script with the phrase, "And do it in ways that are best for me and best for everyone involved." It's a phrase that helps me get out of this "HOW", it will all happen, and the law of gravity allows it to be brought out in the best possible way.

Remember, the law of gravity brings to us what we vibrate. So if we want to experience relationships that are more satisfying, we must change our own dominant vibrations to adapt to those experiences.

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