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No Memory, No Judgement

July 3, 2014

Day 18

I had a channelling session with Francis Evans on Monday which gave a beautiful exercise in becoming attractive to all you deserve and desire. I’ve put that piece of the transcript here on the KitegirlCoach website.

Here’s the gist of it.

Our minds are powerful creators. Everything we have, are or do right now is a result of our past thoughts and beliefs. This means that in order to get something different tomorrow we need to change the thoughts or beliefs.

Sometimes that can be one hell of a struggle, particularly if you’ve been thinking the same way for years. So, to at least get back to neutral from where all new things can be created, we need to stop the old thoughts and beliefs. This is a whole lot easier than painting new thoughts and beliefs over the top.

We need to clean up before we start painting with new colours – if you know what I mean.

The best way to do that is to bring our mind to the present moment and get in the habit of living there.

No memories No judgement

These are the words Mercredan said which remind me to stay present.

No memories – lose the whole back story of why your life is the way it is. Just stop it whenever you notice your mind is doing this. For me, over the past couple of days, it’s been AMAZING how much I do this.

I look at this entity called Annabelle and where she is in life and then justify everything that’s happened to her and why she is in this position, looking like this, with this much money, with these friends, with…. blah blah blah.

When you lose the back story you are like an actor just arrived at the theatre. The director can now add makeup, a costume and give you a script for whatever you are to be today. You start off neutral.

No Judgement – When you allow yourself to drift off to the “wouldn’t it be nice?” fantasy and wanting something you don’t have, you confirm you currently don’t have it and that having it would be better than not having it. This is judgement.

By not reaching for anything you can be more stable in sitting exactly where you are without judgement.

Stopping your mind from straying into memories or judgement allows you to be more present. To have presence.

When you live with presence your mind is completely open to the queues the Universe is continually giving you. Then you can live with purpose and allow in all the stuff you’ve already asked for.

Ready to give it a go?

Be the angel looking down on yourself. Who is this character the actor is playing?

The character looks like this, has this much money, these family characters around them, these friends, this job, this living space. This is their life at the moment. No judgement. Accept the character in the play as it is.

Now, be in your body. Feel the heart beating. Feel the blood circulating. Know the capabilities of this body.

The first time I did this, I thought “Gee, maybe I should get this body in better shape so it can handle bigger roles.”

hmm – interesting insight.

Now go about your daily business noticing everything around you. Really experience living as this character with detachment. No judgement. This is as it is.

See how it changes what actually happens during the day.

For me, it’s now Thursday and I’ve had this exercise for 3 days now. There is still some stress when I forget to be present but, I see opportunities that didn’t appear to be there before. I understand that’s because I couldn’t see them or refused to let them in.

I still catch myself out a million times a day either fantasising with judgement or running the memory stories. Hey, it’s a habit. I’ll not judge that either, just continue to tell myself to stop and come back to neutral.

Watch this space…

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