Jan. 16, 2018
This week, in my blog for Ask the Angels Coaching.com , ] I explain that our talents, gifts and skills are our currency. The products and services we produce by using our talents is what we exchange for what we need, want and desire. What we produce is our currency.
Unfortunately, we often have problems in both the area of talent and the area of money because we have put up blocks and barriers to giving and receiving.
The simplest way to remove a block or barrier is to return to the very first time it entered our beingness and remove it. We Make Room for Our Good.
Make Room for Good
Repeat daily (out loud if possible):
“I go to the first time I refused to identify my talents, gifts and abilities; I refused to admit that I was just as talented as high-dollar celebrities; I go to the first time I had the thought that I wasn’t enough, that I didn’t know enough, that I was less-than someone else; that I felt that my family or my community or my ancestors were less-than’s; I go to the first time I refused to believe that I am talented, gifted and skilled, that I am worthy and deserving, that I matter; I go to the first time I took in someone putting me down, condemning me, mocking me, judging me, and I believed them instead of my inner knowing of being from and of the Creator;
And I gently remove, eliminate, and purge this thinking, believing and feeling; I make certain I get every bit of this falseness; I thank this falseness for serving me in whatever way it did and send it back to its place of origin to be transformed into love.
I have created a vacuum. I immediately fill it with the absolute knowing, believing, speaking and feeling that I have wonderful, marvelous talents, gifts and skills; that these are needed and bring top dollar in the market place when I go to exchange them for what I need, want and desire; that I matter and what I do and produce matters; that my family, community and ancestors are honorable, giving people; that I am worthy and deserving.”
I give thanks for the ability to let go of what no longer serves me and the ability to add new thinking, feeling, believing and speaking that does serve me.
I give thanks for me and my many blessings.
And so it is.
For more insight about this topic, please check out my Ask the Angels Coaching blog for today.
On most Sundays, find Barbara S Lucas at The Center for Spiritual Living West Georgia