Yesterday a woman relatively new to Abraham Hicks teachings asked a group of us at a break in a Live Seminar how to handle pressure she felt to promote her product as part of her marketing job. She likes the product and the administration, but she does not want to pressure her friends to buy her merchandise.
She reported how she felt a clench when signing the contract for this position. Had she overridden some inner guidance from within?
Here are the key points I made to her:
Appreciate as much as you can about your job as often as you can. You likely will become more aware of when you are NOT appreciating as part of this change. Make it ok to notice where you are as you reach for a new habit.
2. BE EXTRA KIND TO YOURSELF
Recognize the process necessary when humans go toward new behavior. Noticing when I do the old habit is very much apart of that.
3. GROUND IN WHERE YOU ARE NOW
You have this job, you focus on the present moment and where you want to go. Focus on what feels good about the business, what you want to create with it and why you want it.
4. VALIDATE YOURSELF OFTEN
There is a place inside us very common in our culture that wants to seek out
reassurance for thought did I/ am I doing something wrong? From this place being ok is more important than other aspects of the business.
Gently tell yourself you are here to experience. You cannot get it wrong and you have as long as it takes to grow. Credit yourself with courage for the journey. Make lists of positives aspects of self.
Here this cry! Let these points resound for YOUR ears. They apply for all of us. If you want help with talking through your situation and how to apply these suggestions, please let me assist you. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule time in person, online or on the phone.