Exercise: I Am Willing to Change
Let’s use the affirmation, “I am willing to change.” Repeat this often. “I am willing to change. I amwilling to change.” You can touch your throat as you say this. The throat is the energy center inthe body where change takes place. By touching your throat, you are acknowledging you are inthe process of changing.Be willing to allow the changes to happen when they come up in your life. Be aware that whereyou DO NOT WANT TO CHANGE is exactly the area where you NEED to change the most. “Iam willing to change.”The Universal intelligence is always responding to your thoughts and words. Things willdefinitely begin to change as you make these statements.So we have decided we are willing to change, and we will use any and all methods that work for us. Let me describe one of the methods I use with myself and with others.First go look in a mirror and say to yourself, “I am willing to change.”Notice how you feel. If you are hesitant or resistant or just don’t want to change, ask yourself why. What old belief are you holding on to? Please don’t scold yourself, just notice what it is. I’llbet that belief has been causing you are lot of trouble. I wonder where is came from. Do youknow?Whether we know where it came from or not, let’s do something to dissolve it, now. Again, go tothe mirror, and look deep into your own eyes, touch your throat, and say out loud ten times, “Iam willing to release all resistance.”
“I am in the rhythm and flow of ever-changing life.”
Awareness Is the First Step in Healing or Changing
Mirrors reflect back to us our feelings about ourselves. They show us clearly the areas to bechanged if we want to have a joyous, fulfilling life.One of the affirmations to use is: “I am willing to release the NEED for the resistance, or theheadache, or the tension, or the lack of money, or the bad family conditions, or whatever.” Say:“I am willing to release the need for…” If you are resisting at this point, then your other affirmations cannot work.The webs created around ourselves need to be unwound. Be gentle and patient with
asyou untangle your own mental knots. Get help if you need it. Above all, love yourself in theprocess. The
to let go of the old is the key. That is the secret.Say:
“I am willing to release the need to be unworthy. I am worthy of the very best in life, and I now lovingly allow myself to accept it.” “As I spend a few days doing this affirmation over and over, my outer effect pattern of procrastination will automatically begin to fade.” “As I internally create a pattern of self-worth, then I no longer have the need to delay my good.”
When we want to change a condition, we need to say so.“I am willing to release the pattern within me that is creating this condition.”
Be kind to yourself. Begin to love and approve of yourself.
That’s what that little child needs inorder to express itself at its highest potential.