What Do You Want?!

by | Feb 21, 2019 | Blog

To everyone who says “I don’t know what I want.”

  1. This is a valid comment, and hints at out-of-date rules and models of reality that your coach can help you work through.
  2. People who say this are statistically a bajillion times more likely to scrimp on their self care and engage in co-dependency (taking responsibility for other people’s outcomes..)
  3. You must stop saying it – it’s self-hypnosis. You’re literally instructing your brain to keep the information hidden.
  4. Please trial a bridging statement, such as ‘I’m feeling more comfortable about admitting what I really want, every day.’
  5. Please consider that not knowing what you want is actually kind of ludicrous 🤣🤣🤣 – really! Think about it for a second!Of course we do, so why can’t we access/discover/enunciate/admit it?!Because: we learned early on that our needs/wants/preferences weren’t a priority. And we’re still trying to operate from within that context. Ipso-facto: blocked throat chakra and no admitty of the desireys… ️

    Have compassion for yourself as you practice articulating. You’re meeting parts of you that you’ve been at war with.

  6. Please practice. Warn your friends and family that you’ll be verbalizing a LOT from now on (or don’t.. 🤣🏻)See how you go – you might be pleasantly surprised!
  7. Ask yourself: ‘What’s so bad about just saying what I want? What am I worried that I might do…?'(Me: ARRRUUUUUBBBAAAAAA…)
  8. Drop me a comment and let me know how you went

Talk soon,