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The crazy reframe technique for a richer life

How many times does an unwanted situation or person show up in your life? How many times do you end up feeling pissed about it and even take on the role of a victim? Today I share something simple yet very effective that you can plant the seed for now, so than whenever an unwanted situation shows up in your life you can re-frame it in a way that makes you feel empowered.

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Sabrina at MyMiBoSo
Sabrina at MyMiBoSo

Really great point Bern that reframing is about practicing it little by little, day by day. I'm currently reading Ask and It is Given by Abraham (Esther and Jerry Hicks), and they make an excellent point that we cannot necessarily make a huge jump from focusing on the negative to being shiny happy people, but rather, should keep reaching for that highest thought until we align ourselves vibrationally with our highest light. Reminds me a lot of the film "What About Bob?" when Bill Murray starts by taking baby steps...funny but with such truth!

Syndee
Syndee

Love it, Bern! Totally agree that when I react to something/someone it's life's way of showing me where I am not balanced, grounded, connected, confident, compassionate, tolerant, etc. It really is an opportunity to grow!!! Life is not all neat and wrapped in a bow. It's messy. It's happening. And it's real time. Everyone on planet earth is on my team! They might not know it, but I do :)

Melody Granger
Melody Granger

Hello Bernardo! Love your message and it's timely, as always. Yesterday my reframe happened like this... On my way out of town I offered to bring my husband lunch because it was 2:30 and they hadn't been able to stop because of trucks were delivering dirt that had to be spread immediately (they were building a house pad)... He gave me directions, which were RIGHT THERE off the Interstate, but I didn't see the crew working. I tried calling him a few times and driving around to find them. Then I began to get ticked off. I finally sent a text that said "I'm getting p*ssed. Call me!" (My goal was to be at my destination before the 5pm nightmare traffic jams. BTW, I hit that traffic and sat in it for an hour before I could find another route around it.) Anyhow, as the feeling of anger & frustration bubbled up I tried to tame it. The funny thing that happended...my iphone changed the word "pissed" and my text message to my husband reading like this... "I'm getting praised. Call me!" My emotions immediately changed and I grinned because being praised felt so much better than being pissed.

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