To everyone who says “I don’t know what I want.”
- This is a valid comment, and hints at out-of-date rules and models of reality that your coach can help you work through.
- 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..)
- You must stop saying it – it’s self-hypnosis. You’re literally instructing your brain to keep the information hidden.
- Please trial a bridging statement, such as ‘I’m feeling more comfortable about admitting what I really want, every day.’
- 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.
- 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!
- Ask yourself: ‘What’s so bad about just saying what I want? What am I worried that I might do…?'(Me: ARRRUUUUUBBBAAAAAA…)
- Drop me a comment and let me know how you went