It’s relatively easy to stick with something new when you’re excited at the beginning and you’re working towards something you really want.
If you want to make Mental Wholeness a lasting pattern for you, this is where the real work truly starts.
Take the next several days to catch up on anything you’ve missed and reflect on the components of Mental Wholeness: Acceptance, Body Buzz, Beliefs, Clarity, Energy, Emotional Alchemy, Boundaries, and Trust.
Some of you are going to want more support and you’ll want to know what’s next. If that’s you, make sure to keep your eyes peeled for my next blog post. I’ll definitely make sure you have access to what you need.
Until then, it’s time to integrate. Here are the questions we’ve covered so far:
What are my intentions here?
What does Mental Wholeness mean to me?
What am I most resisting in my life right now?
How can I be more accepting of myself and others today?
What can I do to bring my body more love, comfort, and pleasure – right in this moment?
What would make my body buzz right now?
What beliefs are holding me back from fulfilling my purpose?
Am I ready to let go of those beliefs today?
If I’m not ready, what will it take to get ready?
What beliefs would be more helpful when it comes to accomplishing my goals?
What am I creating right now?
What do I WANT to create?
What will I see/hear/smell/taste/touch when I’ve succeeded?
Who is the person who already has what I want (or something close to it)?
How can I be more like that person right now?
How does that person FEEL? How does that person make others feel?
What emotion is waiting right under the surface of my awareness, needing to be felt?
Where in my life am I accepting less than I deserve? What line is being crossed? How can I better respect this boundary within myself today?
What do I really want and need in my life right now?
What action would feel good and bring me some joy or pleasure?
Take that action now. (Especially if you’ve walked through this whole exercise!)
If you’re looking for personalized guidance, support, or just to continue the conversation, feel free to email me any time – email@example.com. I’d love to connect with you.
I’ll be back soon with the final entry in this Mental Wholeness blog series. Thank you for reading. See you soon.