Daily Inventory is the next step in Being the Greatest Expression of You.
Each of the past six Sundays I have been writing about being your best self. I have been studying neuroplasticity for several years and have been blending this science with hypnosis. I have sometimes referred to this as neurohypnosis.
The results that clients who put this practice to use have been astounding. People are overcoming stress, anxiety, depression, chronic pain and other health issues. The excitement I see in the eyes of someone who no longer has the symptoms of an autoimmune disease confirms the power of this process.
When you show up and be your best so that you are living in integrity with love, compassion and joy, you change.
How did you do today?
The Daily Inventory is a check-in at the end of the day. Where did you do really well being the greatest expression of you? Where did you trip up and fall from grace?
When you did really well, what were you thinking and what were you feeling? How did it feel to be your best self? Play this through in your mind’s eye and memorize your success.
When you fell from grace, when you were less than your best self, what were you thinking? What were you feeling? Were you being mindful or mindless?
Now mentally rehearse this scene being your best self so that you are primed for success should you encounter this or something similar in your future.
Prime the pump
When you take the time to review situations where you were less than your best self and then mentally rehearse the same event as being the greatest expression of yourself you are priming the pump for success.
You are creating new neuropathways so that should this same situation occur again in the future, your mind and body are predisposed for your success.
Next Sunday: Becoming the Greatest Expression of You ~ The Importance of Belief
Be the Greatest Expression of You!
Becoming the Greatest Expression of You
Becoming the Greatest Expression of You: When you are thinking the same thoughts, having the same emotions and acting out the same behaviors, neurons in the body repeatedly fire to each other – especially when emotion is involved. These thoughts and emotions become addictive and keep us stuck in the same patterns of behavior.
What is “The greatest expression of you”?: If you were to be your best self, who are you? How would you love? How would you feel? How would you think? How would you live? How are you being in this world? What are you doing differently than you are now? Being this person, how do you feel about yourself? How would your relationships with others be different?
Meditate on being the Greatest Expression of You: As you meditate on your Greatest Expression, see, feel, hear, what it is like to be your greatest self physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
Joyfully BE the Greatest Expression of You: Recall the time(s) in your life of being joyful. Again, bring this joy to mind and allow yourself to truly appreciate it and feel it in your body. Where do you feel it in your body? What is the physical sensation you experience and how would you describe it? Does it radiate from your heart or chest? Let yourself totally experience your joy with all your senses. What do you see, hear, feel, smell, taste and feel internally and externally? Now memorize this joy and how it feels and where you feel it.
Mentally rehearse being the greatest expression of you: Mental rehearsal is a step by step thought process of how you want to be the greatest expression of you during your day.
Self-hypnosis to remind yourself who it is you are becoming: Remind yourself of who you are becoming.
Your Hypnosis Health Info Hypnotic Suggestion for today:
I show up and be my best. I live in integrity with love, compassion and joy.
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Becoming the Greatest Expression of You
“You are the master of your destiny. You can influence, direct and control your own environment. You can make your life what you want it to be.” ~ Napoleon Hill,
Think and Grow Rich
Neuroplasticity: “The brain’s ability to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections throughout life. Neuroplasticity allows the neurons (nerve cells) in the brain to compensate for injury and disease and to adjust their activities in response to new situations or to changes in their environment.” ~MedicineNet.com
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