KC: Even though I get all excited and clear on what I need to do a critical voice pops up in my brain and stops me cold. I’m open to looking at this.
KC: Even though I can’t stand when my brain seems to turn against me. I feel so weak---I honor this and choose to love myself anyway.
KC: Even though I know I have this critical voice in my head I just can’t seem to dismiss it. I acknowledge this and choose to love myself anyway.
EB: This darn doubt
SE: This pesky critical voice
UE: Why do I let it stop me
UN: It’s not fair
CH: Other people don’t let it stop them
CB: There must be something wrong with me
UA: See there I go again
TH: There is nothing wrong with me except for the doubt
EB: I could scream
SE: I’m sick of it
UE: I don’t know what to do
UN: Why can’t I get rid of it
CH: It’s hopeless
CB: There is goes again
UA: What if I could ask it to help me
TH: It just wants me to stop
EB: What if I just paused and asked my heart if it’s okay to proceed
SE: My doubt and critical mind just want to keep me safe
UE: My heart knows what is the safest thing for me to do
UN: Thanks doubt for signaling me to pause and check in with my heart
CH: I can turn this around and get my doubt to be my friend
CB: It can be there just as a signal to pause and check in with my heart
UA: That is always a good thing and I forget to do that
TH: Hey, this just might be a game changer
Breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth- ahhhh
CB: Thanks doubt for helping me remember to check in with my heart
When doubt starts creeping in tap on the UE and say: “Oh, guess it’s time to check in with my heart to see if this is right for me.”
There are several muscle testing techniques to check in with the heart. You can snap your fingers---a positive is a smooth and easy snap and if it’s not quite right the snap will feel “off.” Test it out---you’ll be amazed.
Have a great weekend!