What’s All This Negative Talk? Start believing in YOU!

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What’s All This Negative Talk? Start believing in YOU!

Post by diamonds on Sun Sep 23, 2012 4:55 am

What’s All This Negative Talk?

Start believing in YOU!

There are so many things we do, say, and
think that stop us from being powerful beings and being all that we can
be. Often, we think and talk ourselves into failing without even trying.
This is another common form of disempowering negative thinking. How
many times have you gone for an interview, saying to yourself, “I
haven’t got a hope in hell of getting this job!” - or believing you’ll
fail a test before you’ve even taken it.

You already know about the law of attraction; “Life follows thought.”
Are you creating a negative outcome as a result of your fears and past
conditioning? It’s down to how much you truly believe in yourself and
your self-worth. It’s important to see yourself as a winner.

Leela was a student of mine in Los Angeles some years ago, and during
one of my workshops, she told her fellow classmates how her fear of
failure was crippling her life. She’d volunteered her time over the past
four years at a local cable station, not only to educate herself, but
with the hope of becoming a TV director. She loved being on the set,
working with the camera crews and production staff, helping to build and
break down the sets, and learning all she could about directing.

When Leela talked about her job at the station, you could hear the
passion in her words and her soul would just light up. She devoted much
of her free time to the cable station but had no regrets. She was happy
doing what she loved and being around creative people. Toward the end of
her fourth year, she felt she was ready to take on a job as an
assistant producer. There was a position advertised at a local
television studio. She applied for the job, and submitted her show-reel
featuring some of the projects that she’d worked on.

A few days later, she received a call saying how impressed they were
with her work and invited her for an interview. She was offered the job.
She was elated and was prepared to start work the very next week. Her
elation was short lived as her mind and ego-self started the mind
chatter in attempt to talk her out of it. She wasn’t listening to reason
or her intuition, but her ego was getting the better of her. It was
like her mind was running wild, chattering and jumping from thought to
thought, spinning out of control and leaving her feeling dazed and
confused. She started to convince herself that she would never be able
to do the job or live up to their expectations. It was as though she was
living in a state of fear of failing. She’d never given herself the
chance to explore and excel in her creative potential.

Unfortunately, people who settle for less - usually get it. Her
negative conditioning got the better of her, and she took a job that was
safe, and one that didn’t feed her passion! I heard from her recently,
saying that she’s slowly making her way back to her more creative
soul-self by working on her past negative programming and identifying
where the conditioning occurred in her life. She’d been re-programming
her mind with positive thoughts and visualizations, and told me that she
was about to apply for another television job. She admitted that from
time to time, the negative thoughts still surface but now she has
developed the skills to prevent them from holding her hostage.

Here are 7 steps to help you break free of the “I’m Going to Fail” Syndrome:

  1. Work on letting go of your past beliefs, fears, and hang-ups. Start having positive conversations with yourself.
  2. Start believing why you can, as opposed to why you can’t.
  3. Stay focused on your goals and aspirations.
  4. Write all your experiences in your journal. Get them out of your head!
  5. Think of yourself as a winner, rather than a loser. Once you believe
    in yourself, you’ll be surprised at how others start believing in you
    more. Remember this statement; “We train others how to treat us by the
    way we treat ourselves.”
  6. Believe in success. When you start believing that you can succeed,
    it’s surprising how your mind starts to figure out solutions for
    success. You won’t even contemplate failure.
  7. Visualize and feel yourself in a successful outcome and living a life that you know you’ll love.

All you can do really is give every opportunity your best shot!



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