Carolyn Cooper, our official Energy Healing Expert
1) Notice your speech patterns and change them when necessary. Do you ever say things like, "I'm not good enough," "I can't afford it," "I'm so fat," "There are no good men/women out there for me," etc. All of these are examples of very limited thinking. When you hear that negative self-talk creeping into your thoughts, acknowledge it briefly, then let it go by replacing it with a new positive affirmation. Examples: "I am enough," "Money flows to me; I always have enough to pay my bills and much more," "I love my healthy, fit body," "I am worthy of and attract a healthy relationship." Always state them in the present-tense positive: "I am healthy" rather than "I am not fat."
Even if you are 30 pounds overweight and your conscious mind isn't quite buying it, the subconscious mind, which sees in pictures, will take it without questioning and your behaviors always align themselves with that subconscious belief.
It actually becomes fun, coming up with more and more positive affirmations to say to yourself. Start your own affirmation notebook.
2) Be willing to let go of what is no longer serving you, even if (especially if) it will take you out of your comfort zone. Believe that it is safe to release the need to keep any distorted patterns.
Read Carolyn's entire article 6 Tips to Turn Negative into Positive