KC: Even though I respect money and my belongings are tidy I tend to only carry $5’s with me at a time and buy things only on sale and not of the highest quality because I don’t think I’m worth it. I’m willing to start changing that belief.
KC: Even though I hear my fathers “descriptive” coming out of my mouth I am open to changing that pattern.
KC: Even though I have this belief that I’m not worth it I’m open and willing to replace that belief.
EB: I hear myself say “if they steal my wallet they’ll have to put money in it first”
SE: I buy things that don’t last
UE: I give everything to goodwill instead of selling it
UN: I’m not worth having money
CH: I’m seeing that belief more and more
CB: I have this poverty consciousness
UA: Oh, this poverty consciousness
TH: I’m so embarrassed and ashamed
EB: I never saw this pattern
SE: I never heard the words I use
UE: I never realized I didn’t feel worthy of quality “things”
UN: Giving myself permission to forgive myself
CH: Giving myself permission to be aware of my words
CB: without criticizing myself
UA: Giving myself permission to be aware of what I buy
TH: without judging myself
EB: You can’t change what you can’t embrace
SE: I love the part of me that was damaged
UE: through no fault of my own
UN: I can turn this into a game
CH: Observing my thoughts and spending
CB: Observing how I value myself
UA: Letting go of the old and replacing it with new thoughts
TH: Having a sense of humor through it all
Breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth- ahhhh
CB: Laughing at myself and loving myself as I grow and change. HOPE springs eternal.