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Going In: Co-Creating a Greater World From Within

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Quiz 5 of 15

Examine Your Agreements

 

 

“You are what you believe yourself to be.” – Paulo Coelho

Your agreements are an accumulation of all the beliefs and patterns that you reaffirm to yourself. Agreements form from your core values and integrity, as well as through social conditioning, your unique experience, and through who you allow as influences. One of the most effective methods of transforming your life is to observe and examine all the agreements you have with yourself, and examine which no longer serve you. The more you do this, the more you will recognize the importance of maintaining this as an exercise.

“She was a conscious creator and realized that by saying, ‘I’m stuck and confused’ she was creating her reality. So she shifted to, ‘I’m on purpose and everything is unfolding perfectly’ and the universe matched her vibration.” -Unknown

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EXERCISE: Examine Your Agreements

Bring awareness to all of the negative agreements that you have made with yourself. For extra oomph, scan the work your previous work in the Personal Story and Pains, Traumas + Abuses sections to unravel additional agreements. Really try to dig into this exercise. Visit all areas of your life – sense of self, relations with others, work/career ambitions and your interaction with the material world. You can even section them by category, wherever you choose to record this list. It is important you write these statements, or type them, and be able to look at them in their face(type).

These negative agreements usually sound like…

“I can’t…”

“I won’t…”

“I don’t…”

“I need … before … can happen.”

“I’ll never be….”

“I’m not … enough.”

“Why doesn’t this ever…”

“I/things always/never…”

The more time you spent with this, and the more you release, the better off you will be. Purge out as much as you can in your first attempt. Keep the list flowing. Feel through emotions, but try not to get stuck in any dark areas. Write as if you were hacking through a thick brush on a jungle adventure – knowing this will lead you to a beautiful clearing.

Ideally you want to list 10+ agreements. Write, release, write more. Let it flow, let it go.