Wealthology Insider Mail #40

This is Wealthology Mail and we’re working on the theme of Self-Actualisation!

 

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. Success is a burden

Most people want to feel successful, and what success means is individual to you.

So why is it that we hold ourselves back from something that we want?

Often, subconsciously, we think that there will be a heavy consequence of success?

In what way does more success feels like it will be a burden to you?

Take a moment, journal it out.

Use the Limiting Belief Release: If I’m successful I will have more to carry / Success is a burden

 

2. How does the illusion of conforming stop me from moving forward?

Illusion and conforming – both very interesting words!

If you’re not sure where to start with this prompt, take out the word ‘illusion’ and ask yourself, ‘how does conforming stop me from moving forward?’.

Jot something down.

Now, think about the ‘illusion of conforming’ – who really thinks you conform when you try – and does it really work?

How is that holding you back?

This one is worth closing your eyes and asking yourself the question.

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: I must conform / I must appear that I am conforming / I must conform to be accepted

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx
PS – Have you got my new Money Blocks book?  Get it here!

Wealthology Insider Mail #39

This is Wealthology Mail and we’re working on the theme of Self-Actualisation!

This month’s affirmation is:

I can be what I want to be.

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

Here are this week’s Money Mail prompts…

1. What do I fear?

What’s the fear that’s stopping you from being what you want to be?

Admitting fear isn’t always easy, and it’s definitely not something most people are excited to do.

It can make us vulnerable – and generally our ego doesn’t really like that!

When we feel stuck, it’s often at least partly because we’re in fear.

So take a moment to figure it out: What’s the fear holding you back from being who you want to be?

Use the Limiting Belief Release: I am scared to make a change / I can’t change / I can’t have what I want / I can’t be who I want to be

 

2. Intuition and mistakes

So, you’re told to follow your intuition, that gut feeling.

You’re told not to ignore it, so you don’t.

You listen out for it, you trust it, you take action and then…

BAM.

It all goes pear-shaped.

And you’re left feeling cheated and hurt by your intuition.

The result?  You question yourself more and shut down the communication with your intuition.

Where do you feel you trusted your intuition and got it ‘wrong’?

Journal it out, take some time, and let’s get rid of those pesky beliefs and get you reconnected to your intuition right now.

Use the LBR and do these limiting beliefs: I can’t trust my intuition / I will get it wrong if I listen to my intuition / Someone/I will get hurt if I listen to my intuition / I can’t be trusted

 

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx

Wealthology Insider Mail #38

This is Wealthology Mail and we’re working on the new theme of Self-Actualisation!

Ooh I love a new theme!

Let’s take a moment to recap on self-actualisation and what it means for your Wealthology Profile.

I’m skipping sharing all the meanings of Self-Actualisation that have been given to this term since its conception by Kurt Goldstein in 1934. (I had to google that. Thanks Wikipedia.)

For our purposes, it means “I can be what I want to be”.

Knowing that you can be what you want to be means having the ability to know that you can fulfil your true potential, exactly as you want to. It’s important because generally you will only do what you believe you can do.

So, when you remove the blocks to self-actualisation, you open up to knowing that you can be what you want to be.

This can be a truly remarkable change.

Before we dive in, let’s remind ourselves how your Wealthology Profile interacts with self-actualisation…

The Achiever– thinks they’re too flawed to share their real selves with the world. They’re often burdened with ‘secrets’ – resentments, feelings of being undeserving, and negativity – that they think they have to be pure of before they can become what they want to be.

The Strategist– evades self-actualisation because they don’t want to go through the discomfort that comes just before change. They do everything to avoid feeling their own growing pains. When they feel challenged, they look for external reasons, and avoid feeling their own pain in the way they need to for change to occur.

The Hustler– gets blocked from self-actualisation because they think they’re listening to their intuition, when it’s actually the voice of fear. They believe they’re being guided to success, and keep trusting their gut feelings. What they don’t realise is that they’re not actually depending on their intuition; they’re listening to the fears that are trapped in their subconscious.

The Guardian– thinks no one will be there to help them when they become what they want to be. They worry that they’re going to rise up, and then crash back down because they won’t have the help they need. They don’t want to achieve their dreams, to immediately see them slip away.

The Thinker– can’t self-actualise because they don’t feel free to express their uniqueness. They can’t imagine a time, or place, or group where they would be accepted if they became what they wanted to be.

The Light– thinks self-actualisation will mean that their friends no longer like them. Connection is extremely important to them for a sense of peace and security, and they fear that they’ll be ejected from the tribe if they become what they want to be.

This month’s affirmation is:

I can be what I want to be.

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

Repeating this phrase out loud, and confidently, will gently shift your energy and keep you focused on this work.

The affirmation works best if you repeat it three times, three times a day, out loud and confidently, for the month we’re working on self-actualisation.

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. Avoiding blame

Accepting blame and taking responsibility go hand in hand, but often neither are easy to do.

Can you think of a time where you avoided blame, when you know you should have put your hands up and accepted it?

(Clue: It’s probably one of the situations where you’re absolutely determined that you’re not at fault.)

When you avoid blame how does it affect you?

(It might be wasting a lot of time and energy trying to convince other people that you’re in the right.)

Give it some thought, journal it out.

Use the Limiting Belief Release: I avoid blame / I can’t accept blame / Being blamed is dangerous

 

 

2. Fear of being blamed  

This is such a common fear.  It’s often set up in childhood when we’ve been given a right bollocking (especially by someone who isn’t a parent) and it’s shaken us up.

We don’t always understand our fears, or where they came from, but most of the time there is a reason, a trigger, something that makes our fear feel legitimate.

So take some time, think about why you might fear being blamed?

It might not be on the surface, so take a few minutes and feel into it.

If it helps, maybe do some journaling around it to find the source.

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: I am scared of being blamed /  I am always blamed / It’s not my fault

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx

Wealthology Insider Mail #37

This is Wealthology Mail and the final week on the theme of Encouragement!

This month’s affirmation is:

I am encouraged.  I am encouraging.  I am encouragement.

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. Celebrating my own ideas

Being our own biggest fan can feel like a strange concept – it’s so important and yet we’re not often very good at it.

How much do you rely on other people to celebrate your ideas?

What is it that you need from them that you can’t give yourself?  What does seeking validation cost you?  Time?  Momentum?

Give it some thought!

Use the Limiting Belief Release: I can’t celebrate my own ideas / I need reassurance

 

 

2. How do I want to be encouraged?  

Have you ever asked yourself this before?

Receiving encouragement (usually) feels really good.

But, particularly if we’re feeing insecure, it can trigger us into feeling pressured or inferior.  And for those of us with a rebellious streak, it can make us want to quit and do something else!

Do you know what sort of encouragement you need?

Do you think you can ask for it?

Give it some thought!

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: I don’t need encouragement / I can’t receive encouragement

 

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx
PS – Have you got my new Money Blocks book?  Get it here!

Wealthology Insider Mail #36

We’re working on the Wealthology theme of Encouragement!

 

Here are this week’s prompts to help you you find your money blocks…

1. Other peoples’ expectations

When you think about other peoples’ expectations what thoughts are triggered for you?

How do peoples’ expectations affect you?

This can be a pretty big one for most of us, so I recommend scribbling a list and seeing what comes up!

Use the Limiting Belief Release: I must respond to people’s expectations / I am affected by other people’s opinions

 

 

2. Why don’t I feel worthy of encouragement?  

You’re worthy of encouragement, even if you feel like a fraud for receiving it.

Or, if you feel like you should be able to handle everything without it.

You’re 100% entitled to your dose of encouragement.

But if you don’t feel good enough for even just a smidgen of encouragement, why not?

Dive in, give it some thought, journal about it.

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: I’m not worthy of encouragement / I am a fraud / I don’t need encouragement

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week with a new theme!

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx

Wealthology Insider Mail #35

This is Wealthology Mail and we’re working on the theme of Encouragement!

This month’s affirmation is:

I am encouraged.  I am encouraging.  I am encouragement.

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

 

Here are this week’s Wealthology prompts…

1. Acting impulsively

Acting on impulse, being spontaneous, it can be what life’s all about, right?

Having the freedom to be impulsive is wonderful.  But, it does have a flip-side.

Does being impulsive with all of your decisions serve you?

When are you impulsive, or when have you been impulsive in the past?  When does it serve you, and when does it not?

Take a moment, journal it out.

Use the Limiting Belief Release:

I am impulsive / I must be impulsive / Being impulsive is the only way to be free

 

 

2. Being the encourager  

Giving encouragement often feels really good.

But are you always in the role of giver?

Sometimes we can be so busy encouraging everyone around us we forget about ourselves.  (This is especially true if you’re a Guardian.)

Is it always you doing the encouraging?

Or on the flip side, do you receive a lot of encouragement that you forget to give back?  Who might benefit from a bit more of your encouragement?

This is a judgement-free zone, just give it some thought!

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: I must always be the encourager / I don’t need encouragement / I can’t receive encouragement

 

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx
PS – Have you got my new Money Blocks book?  Get it here!

Wealthology Insider Mail #34

This is Wealthology Mail and we’re working on the new theme of Encouragement!

Let’s take a moment to recap on Encouragement and what it means for your Wealthology Profile.

The origin of the word ‘encourage’ is found in ancient French, meaning to ‘make strong’. It comes from the words ‘en’ – to put in – and ‘corage’ – courage. To put in courage, and make strong…no wonder encouragement is a huge source of power and progress for you.

It should be simple; encouragement feels good to give and receive, we get and gift plenty of it, and we’re filled with courage and made strong, and we race towards our dreams in complete alignment.

Sadly, it’s not quite that straightforward, and in reality we all have a block around encouragement that activates triggers, flicks us out of alignment, or kicks us off our path.

So, how does your Wealthology Profile interact with encouragement?

The Achiever– gets blocked by encouragement because they need it so much. They even say ‘I need encouragement’. They want to feel that they’re doing well, and without encouragement they find it hard to take action. They have huge amounts of self-doubt and will constantly check in with other people before and during decision making.

The Strategist– allows encouragement to interfere with their original ideas and plans. They have an idea, and seek out other people for encouragement. Too often, what happens is that they feedback comes in the form of opinions and changes to the original idea, and they lose sight of what they wanted to do, and it no longer seems appealing.

The Hustler– is determined not to need encouragement. They’re so used to being independent, and ready for criticism, that they go full-force into their new ideas impulsively, with their guard up.

The Guardian– focuses so much on encouraging other people that they forget to encourage themselves. They subconsciously expecting everyone else to show up and cheerlead for them in the way they do for others, and when this doesn’t happy, they assume they’re not loved, because to them, loving someone means encouraging everything about them.

The Thinker– gets blocked by encouragement because they’ve usually never had enough of it. They just don’t know what it feels like to be encouraged to follow their path, think of themselves, and do what they really want to do. They’re often carrying a huge amount of pain from past experiences of not having their true self encouraged.

The Light– feels that encouragement has to be deserved. They apply this rule to everyone, especially themselves. They make constant, subconscious judgements about who should be encouraged, and only praise when their invisible requirements are meant.

This month’s affirmation is:

I am encouraged.  I am encouraging.  I am encouragement.

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

Repeating these words out loud, and confidently, will gently shift your energy and keep you focused on this work.

The affirmation works best if you repeat it three times, three times a day, out loud and confidently, for the month we’re working on Encouragement.

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. What happens if I (don’t) get encouragement?

By now you know that I’m a lover of human behaviour, and I find the different ways we respond to encouragement fascinating!

Depending on your Wealthology profile, encouragement can do anything from motivate you to trigger you.

What does it do for you personally?

How do you behave when someone encourages (or doesn’t encourage) you?

Try not to judge yourself, just have a look at your behaviour with humour and a light heart.

Take a moment, journal it out.

Use the Limiting Belief Release: My achievement depends on encouragement / I need encouragement / I don’t need encouragement

2. Feeling inferior  

Feeling inferior can trigger all sorts of emotions, but when coupled with encouragement it can really affect our behaviour.

In a situation where you feel inferior how do you respond to encouragement?

Get frustrated?  Feel patronised?  Retreat further into yourself?

Or do you need encouragement to step up and out of your shell?

What does feeling inferior bring up for you?

Feel into it.

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: I am always inferior / I depend on encouragement

 

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx

Wealthology Insider Mail #33

This is the final Wealthology mail on the theme of Anger.

Find the affirmation image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

 

Here are this week’s Money Mail prompts…

1. Knowing I can __________

What do you believe you can’t do and how does that make you angry?

Thinking you can’t do something can make you feel all kinds of frustration.

Use the Limiting Belief Release: I can’t do what I want to do / I am limited by my abilities / I am limited

 

2. Determination  

What are you determined to do and how does it relate to anger?

Does it make you angry if you don’t achieve something?  When you’re determined does it make you more likely to be triggered into anger or frustration?

Give it some thought, and journal it out if it helps.

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: I’m not determined / Being determined makes me angry / I can’t be determined

 

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx

Wealthology Insider Mail #32

This is Wealthology Mail 31 and we’re working on the theme of Anger.

 

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. Furious

Furious – it’s a powerful word that carries a lot of energy.

What are you furious about?

Ask yourself this and see what springs to mind.  Is there some old hurt that you’re still feeling furious about, deep down?  What is it about the person or situation that’s triggering the fury?

Use the Limiting Belief Release: I am furious / I can’t be furious

 

2. Reclaiming what has been stolen from me  

What sprung to mind when you read that prompt?

If something is stolen from you it can make you feel vulnerable.  In turn, this can spark all kinds of emotions, including anger.

What have you lost? What has been stolen from you?

As painful as it might be, journal about it.  Then use the LBR and do these limiting beliefs: I am vulnerable / I am not powerful / I don’t have any power

 

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week.

With (((hugs)))
Michelle xxx
PS – Have you got my new Money Blocks book?  Get it here!

Wealthology Insider Mail #31

This is Wealthology Mail 30 and we’re working on the theme of Anger.

This month’s affirmation is:

I am open to forgiveness.  I am deserve generosity.  I am worthy of freedom.

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

 

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. Masking my anger

Putting on the ‘everything is perfect mask’ is an easy habit to get into.

We’ve all got different reasons for doing it.

Maybe to protect ourselves, or maybe to protect others.

Think about the last time you were angry.  Were you honest with your anger or did you pop the mask on?

Have a think about it, journal it out.

Use the Limiting Belief Release with these: I must put on a brave face / I can’t be honest with how I feel / I must hide my anger

 

 

2. Asking for what I need  

Does asking for what you need come easily to you?

Does asking for what you need (or resisting the asking) make you angry?

Sometimes we get terribly angry because we think we shouldn’t have to ask.

Does that ring any bells with you?

Take a moment, feel into it.

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: I can’t ask for what I need / Only I can provide everything I need

 

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx