As deliberate creators we know that it’s all mind over matter. If you vibrate in the energy of what you want, it will be drawn into your experience. Every single time.
A large part of how you feel and the energy you vibrate has to do with the dialogue you have in your head. It's the part of you that is constantly feeding you with statements. While we tend to raise our awareness to the external stimuli we forget to take notice of the inner talk.
A lot of you know that I’ve had to uproot and move. Not to a new house or a new city but a new country!
Driving is different, currency and change is different, signs, metric systems, the cooking top, check outs at shops, gas stations, how the doors open… there’s a longer list.
Quiet recently, I walked into the bedroom and found myself stumbling to turn on the lights.
‘Oh! Come on Ruby! How can you be so stupid! Four months and you still don't get that the switch moves ‘up’ not ‘down’ to turn it on!'
Not sure what made me but I caught myself in that moment. Hold on, did I just call myself stupid? Over lights? Really?
I started to think about the study that showed moving house is like the top three most stressful things you can experience. But wait I moved countries! That must be above the house moving thing right?
Where was my compassion? Where was the support I so easily extend to people I coach? How many times have I done this to myself over the last few months?
And the answer to that last one was a lot!
I have been cruel, intolerant, angry, frustrated, curt and judgmental with myself for the time it’s taking me to adjust and acclimatize.
And its no wonder I am still trying to get set up here!
Your inner dialogue plays a huge part in your success, your confidence and your overall state of happiness.
Constantly putting yourself down can be destructive and can cause you to be paralyzed with doubt and uncertainty.
Whatever you say to yourself impacts how you feel. And we KNOW how we feel creates and attracts experiences into our lives.
So, what have you been telling yourself lately?
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