3 Takeaways from Jeanna G

Last week at GVU we hosted my LOA mentor, Master Business Coach Jeanna Gabellini, where I asked the best way to raise a stubborn set point.

She shared great tips on that subject and others.

In fact, I’ve got a desk full of inspired notes as she’s been coaching new and existing and biz owners as part of the enrollment for her latest launch.

In last week’s email I said I’d share some of my favorite takeaways.

Here’s what I found at the top of the notes pile:

1. It takes a lot of trust to only do what you want to do.

Most folks are well-trained about doing what’s expected or required. We’re not nearly as well-supported in doing what feels good.

That’s why it can be tricky to honor that inner voice that calls us toward our highest joy.

When unconscious creators hear about that approach to life, they say things like, “Oh, wouldn’t that be nice?!” like it’s the easiest and laziest thing in the world to do.

But the truth is it takes awareness, in order to even know what your inspiration is. And then it takes trust that life won’t fall apart when you do it. And it also takes discipline to continue to engage it when the rest of the world thinks we’re supposed to buckle down and do the hard work.

It’s a skill to only do what you want to do, and one that a lot of people – even savvy creators – don’t yet have.

But that’s where alignment and allowing and effortless success come from. So it’s worth practicing!

2. Let go of scarcity decision making.

When we make decisions out of believing there isn’t enough (not enough men, not enough money, not enough time, not enough support, not enough clients, etc.) then that’s what we manifest.

Even if it was the smartest decision in the world, it can’t serve us if we’re in the vibration of lack.

So it’s worth first getting in the vibration of what we want (whether it’s abundance, success, joy, satisfaction, etc.) and then making the decision that feels best.

It might mean we land on a completely different decision, but even if we come to the same conclusion, we’re flowing a completely different energy and that gets different results.

3. Hoping is a sign you don’t believe in it fully.

Hoping means you’re not fully aligned. It’s not the worst vibration by any means, but those of us who have been in this conscious creation game a while know we can do better.

Hoping the action we take will work means we haven’t yet decided to have what we want.

It means we haven’t claimed it or fully owned it. We’re still trying to get there, instead of coming from there, as Neville might say.

Recognizing when you’re in a state of hopefulness is a chance to decide that you’re having what you want. It gives Universe a much more solid vibration to work with, and is kind of like playing with loaded dice. It stacks the deck in your favor.

So if you haven’t decided to have what you want yet, do that now!

  • January 14, 2018
  • Ming says:

    Kathleen, so happy to hear your results were amazing. I just released my book : Money Blues to Blue Money: Alchemy for Everlasting Wealth https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079C6P14T
    It is all about the magic isn’t it? Here’s to you bringing more in !

  • Kathleen says:

    Hi Jeannette! I had an epiphany a while ago that loosely relates to the idea of “hoping” something would happen. In the past when I meditated or visualized, I would imagine what I wanted to be doing, but I was usually looking down at myself, or seeing myself in the distance, doing the thing I wanted to manifest. My efforts were usually hit or miss. When it finally dawned on me that I had to be in the moment, looking out of my own eyes immersed in the experience I desired, things started to shift. I applied it most recently to Ming’s Blue Money game, and my results were amazing! Instead of seeing myself like a lottery winner on TV receiving my prize, I was in the moment of receiving the money, looking at it, and feeling it in my own hands. Magical!

  • Juli says:

    OMG! Such powerful words! This post is pure gold Jeannette! Thanks, as always!

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