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What Stops You From Following Your Dreams?

[Posted February 21st, 2012] by KimRuchAlegant

What are your dreams?   If you are on a self-discovery path, you can probably rattle these off pretty quickly.  If you can’t rattle them off quickly, your first step is to spend some time daydreaming to remember what your big dreams were when you had them.  I’m giving you permission to be selfish here.  What are your dreams FOR YOURSELF?  While world peace and food on every table are valiant dreams, you can’t change the energy of each and every person on this planet.  I want you to focus on the dreams that you want for yourself personally.  Is it material objects?  New car?  Shore house?  iPad?  Independent wealth? Is it health?  Is it a fulfilling relationship?  Children?  What’s your big dream?

Take a few minutes and write down your biggest personal dreams.

Now that you’ve gotten in touch with your big dreams, take a few moments to ponder why you aren’t pursuing them.  We’re going to do some tapping on this. It would be helpful to write down some notes so you can tailor the tapping to your situation.  If you gave up on your dreams, when did that happen?  Why?  Do you believe your dreams are attainable?  If so, why?  If not, why not?

Let’s do some tapping about this: (don’t know how to tap? click here)

Karate Chop:  When though I haven’t achieved my biggest dreams yet, I deeply and completely accept myself.  Even though I’ve given up on my dreams, I’ll never get them, I accept who I am and how I feel.  Even though I’m not sure I can ever have my dreams, I choose to look at things differently now.

Eyebrow:  I haven’t achieved any of my big dreams.

Side of the Eye: What’s wrong with me?

Under the Eye: Why can’t I have my dreams?

Under Nose:  It’s not fair that they’ve done it and I haven’t

Chin: I’m never gonna get my dream

Collarbone: Why do I even bother to think about it

Under Arm: It’s too big

Top of Head:  But what if I could change my energy around this?

Take a deep breath.  Drink some water.  Check in with yourself.  Are you feeling some relief, or are you feeling worse now?  You may want to go back through the tapping points and tap on the reasons you gave up your dream.  This may take some time, and you may need to do the tapping more than once.  Tapping can be an instant fix, or it can take lots of tapping to make progress on an issue, so don’t give up.  You don’t stop brushing your teeth just because you have to do it every day.  Think the same way about your tapping.

When you are feeling some relief, continue on to the next round of tapping:

Eyebrow: Anyone can have their big dreams

Side of the Eye: Others have done it, and I can too

Under the Eye: What if I could match my energy to my dreams?

Under Nose:  Maybe I can draw my dreams to me

Chin: I’m willing to release my resistance to my dreams

Collarbone: I’m starting to be open to the idea that I can have my dreams

Under Arm: I’m willing to take the first step towards my dreams

Top of Head:  After I take the first step, I’ll take the next step.  I can achieve my dreams one step at a time.

Now, lather, rinse, repeat.  You can have your dreams.  But if you are convinced that you can’t, you need to make some shifts in your energy.  There are many ways to shift your energy, and one way to do that is through laughter.  That’s why I created the Manifest Your Dreams with Laughter Yoga workshop.  Consider coming to help you draw your dreams into your life!


Can you relate to my story?

[Posted February 21st, 2012] by KimRuchAlegant

I was moderately successful in life. I graduated from college, got a job, got married, went to law school, had a kid, got a job. I got mediocre grades, mediocre jobs. I went to work, did my job, kept the stiff upper lip. I’d come home and take my anger out on my family. At home, I could safely get mad, and I did. I’d get mad and stay mad.

Eventually I realized that my anger stemmed from feeling unworthy, not loved, not wanted, out of control. I was slightly afraid to fly, which I realized was related to my control issues. Fast forward a few years (doing EFT, intuitive healing and other modalities). Now, I actually have moments of happiness in my life! I never remember feeling happy before. I’m still on the path, but…

I’ve learned that I’m in control of my life, and I get to choose what I do and how I feel.

I’d love to hear your healing journey. Will you share it with me? Please sign up for my newsletter, and let’s start a dialog. If you haven’t begun your journey yet, or you need help along the way, I can help you to release those thoughts and beliefs that are making your life hard.

Peace, Kim Ruch-Alegant
Philadelphia Life Coach

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Guest Author: Ken Stone on Power

[Posted February 21st, 2012] by KimRuchAlegant

 

It’s a popular topic: taking back your power. 

But what does this really mean?  When and
how do you give away your power?  What is

the consequence of giving away your power?

Like many other components of the spiritual  

journey, stopping giving away your power is
not a one and done.  It’s an ongoing exercise –
something you’ll likely get to practice each
day for the rest of your life (sort of like

surrender – or experiencing the Divine within).

I can think of many times when I give my power  

away. 

I give my power when I get frustrated with  

a situation, an individual or group…about
anything.  When I blame someone else
for something that’s going on in my life
that I’m not happy about.  When I believe
that someone else knows better how I
should live my life – or what I should do

in some situation – I give my power away.

When I get frustrated with – or blame  

someone else or a situation for something
that’s going on in my life that I don’t like
I hand that circumstance (or person) some
of my power.  I put them in charge of me
and how I’m feeling.  The opposite is true
as well: when I accept complete responsibility
for everything in my life, including what is
true and best for me, I have taken back all
my power.
 
This has been a real struggle for me at
different points in my life.  You mean
EVERYTHING in my life is my responsibility?
Yep!  At the end of the day, you control
your response to everything.  You know
what’s best for you.
 
So what’s the consequence of giving
away power?  A reduction in the
quality of your life.  A lack of confidence.
Miserable or happy you get to choose.
 
This may sound a bit harsh – especially
if you’re having a hard time right
now with something that’s going
on in your life – or a relationship that
isn’t working.
 
But it’s the true story.  When you get
to a position where you take all your
power back, the relationship, the
situation – will no longer upset you.
 
You’ll simply choose a different response.
 
If I make this sound simple or something
that’s easily implemented, let me be
real with you:  It’s not.  It’s taken me
years to figure this out.  Years of
practicing excavating my soul and
playing with surrender.   And finding
my own voice, what is true for me.
 
Since my big surrender event at the
end of June last year I’ve become
LESS tolerant – which has helped me
take my power back big time.  Less
tolerant of instances where I wasn’t
loving myself.  Less tolerant of situations
and relationships that weren’t in
alignment.
 
My lack of tolerance has made my words
and actions much more to the point –
much more in alignment with my truth.
 
And I get to learn this lesson each day
over again.
 
We’re all in the same soup together.
That’s it for this week…From My
Heart.
 
Peace,
 
Ken Stone
"The Soul Archaeologist"
KenWStone.com

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