Lessons from a Recovering Doormat

Lessons from a Recovering Doormat

A Wake Up Call

032_Dain Heer_8743_portraitCan you easily recognize when it’s time to make changes in your life?  I’m thrilled to have Dr. Dain Heer as my guest today to give you suggestions for waking your consciousness. He travels all over the world facilitating advanced classes, workshops and seminars on Access Consciousness® and a healing process called The Energetic Synthesis of Being. He has written multiple books including Being you Changing the World. In his unique approach, he offers tools that empower people to move beyond their current limitations and into the life they truly desire.

Is Now the Time?
by Dr. Dain Heer

Have you noticed that the way things used to be done just isn’t working as well anymore?  Do you KNOW that it’s time for a change? In your life? And even more so in the world? What if now is the time? What if now’s the time to finally step into being everything you truly are? Let me ask you this: do you know that there’s something different about you? Do you sometimes wonder why other people are content to just continue living their lives without ever looking for something greater? What if you’re here to do and be something different than the people around you? 

What if you’re here to awaken a different reality? What if now is the time to awaken the consciousness that you personally, and we collectively, came here to awaken?

Let me present to you a different paradigm  – not just something you dream of, and judge yourself for not creating – no, a paradigm to start creating the true change you’ve KNOWN is possible your whole life!  And as you are able to be something different in your life, does it make sense that you might actually inspire others to realize change is possible? BeingYou_DainHeer_Cover copy 2

Are you aware that that’s really the only way change has ever actually occurred? By somebody being inspired by someone else and saying “Yes, I’ll have that.” Have you ever in your life tried to change someone else? How well does it work? Not at all, right? You get frustrated and they get frustrated…

From this other place of actually BEING the inspiration to change, you can be the one thing that will allow other people around and the world to know there is a different possibility.
What if THAT is what you’re here to BE? Are you ready?

1. First—make a demand: As in, “Hey, this is going to change and something else is going to show up!” Have you ever noticed that when you’re in relationship and you know it needs to change, but you’re not willing to demand that it change, and finally when you get to the point where “enough knowing it needs to, this is going to change, I don’t care if I die, I don’t care if they die, it doesn’t matter, I don’t care if the world ends, this is changing now!” Remember how quickly it changes? That is a demand.

2. Next—ask a question: Every question you ask opens up a completely different possibility and a new potential. After making this demand, then ask, “Hey, what’s it going to take for this to show up differently?” All of a sudden this doorway opens up you never saw before.  You couldn’t see them until you made the demand and asked the question.

3. Letting go of your limitation: Now, please tell the Universe that you are ready and willing to let go of all your decisions, conclusions, computations, judgments and projections you have around whatever you are demanding to change! Right now! Those are the things standing in your way! And 99.9% of the time, these limitations are something you bought from someone else.  Release them.  Return them to sender.  LET THEM GO! Bye bye! And now breathe.

3. Now—CHOOSE (and ACT)!  Your choice determines the potentials that will occur. In other words, you’ve got the demand, the question, the letting go of limitations—and it’s the choice that actually creates a different potential for the future. You have to choose (and ACT)!  You can’t just sit on your butt and expect change to occur!  In this reality, you still have to DO, TOO! Please don’t limit what can show up for you by refusing to act when it’s necessary. Asking is one very important step; it’s not the end. If you want to know what actions to take, simply ask this question every day, “What can I do today that will allow this to show up right away?”

One of your greatest capacities as a being is the capacity to choose. There is just one little catch: we think we should choose only the good (right) things and not the bad (wrong) things.  What if there were no judgment of, “Oh, this is a good thing,” or “Oh, this is a bad thing?” What if it were just, “Wow, I made that choice.” And if it works out well, choose more of that. If it doesn’t work out well, what if you could just choose again? That’s another aspect of the magic of you—the capacity to always choose again.

5. Finally—RECEIVE everything: For this to work, for things to change, you have to be willing to receive everything that shows up, with no judgment or exclusion. Trust the universe.  Trust YOU.
Please know, you don’t control when something shows up, or exactly what it looks like. The Universe does. The Universe is aware of INFINITE possibilities—possibilities that go way, way, WAY beyond every fantasy you may have of what the perfect—for example relationship—should look like.
Because you are not alone in the world, the Universe has to re-arrange a lot of people’s universes in order to create a major outward shift in the world. You may ask today and receive it in 10 years—or 10 seconds from now.

So if it doesn’t show up tomorrow—you are NOT wrong, my friend.It will occur. You have started! Right now . . . reading this . . . .And please know—it will probably look completely different than you’ve ever imagined. What if the possibilities you’ve always dreamed of actually could exist? 

What if it doesn’t have to be some far off thing anymore that seems impossible to achieve, impossible to have, impossible to be, impossible to choose? What if you, truly being you, are the gift and the change this world requires? Is now the time?
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Join The Self-Love Movement™! Take the 31 Days of Self-Love Commitment“I commit to do my best to do something loving for myself, however big or small, for the next 31 days. and get my book, How Do I Love Me? Let Me Count the Ways for free at http://howdoiloveme.com. Read my 2014 31 Days of Self-Love Posts HERE. Join the Self-Love Movement™! on Facebook. Watch the video made with Hoobastank’s song–The reason–that illustrates the power of self-love.

Law of Attraction in Action: Assuming the Worst

LOAlogoBLOGThis is post 280 in my series on the Law of Attraction in Action. You CAN use your power to manifest your desires.. I do it every day! Read all the posts in my Law of Attraction in Action Series to see how.

When you’re going through a problem it’s easy to get worked up in a negative direction. Your mind can begin to conjure up some “what ifs?” that could make it worse. For example, Lila’s computer began to crash often and make funny noises. She was working on an important work project. Her mind began to imagine a worst-case scenario path.

•    I’ll probably need a new computer.
•    My project will be lost. I’ll have to start all over again.
•    I won’t get it done on time.
•    My boss will fire me for it.

When she said all of this to me she was attracting these fears into her reality. Her project wasn’t getting done because the computer made errors. Her boss was threatening her.  When she calmed down I suggested she do positive affirmations about it all working out. Once she did I helped her get off that worst-case scenario path. She backed up her project and hired a good tech person who found a small problem in her computer. He fixed it fast and Lily was able to finish up her project. When she told her boss why she was delayed, he understood and cut her slack.

Getting worked up over assuming the worst outcomes from something that goes wrong can attract what you worry about. Your emotions that comeas you get worked up create the vibration to attract them. If you find yourself in that position, take a few deep breaths and say some positive affirmations like:

•    Everything will work out fine.
•    This too shall pass.
•    I trust that a good outcome is coming.

Drown out the negative concerns with them. Then find a rational solution, like Lily did with her computer. Just because your car is making a funny noise and stalling , it doesn’t mean you’ll have to drain your bank account to buy a new car. A good mechanic can fix it.Just because you lost a client doesn’t mea you  may not have a job soon. If you do a good job normally, that should keep you employed. Panicking attracts the things you’re scared of. Stay away from thoughts of the worst that can happen. Do what you can to get onto a positive path of knowing that everything will work out fine so you can attract a good solution.

See all the posts in my Law of Attraction in Action Series HERE.
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Join The Self-Love Movement™! Take the 31 Days of Self-Love Commitment“I commit to do my best to do something loving for myself, however big or small, for the next 31 days. and get my book, How Do I Love Me? Let Me Count the Ways for free at http://howdoiloveme.com. Read my 2014 31 Days of Self-Love Posts HERE. Join the Self-Love Movement™! on Facebook. Watch the video made with Hoobastank’s song–The reason–that illustrates the power of self-love.

Can’t vs. Don’t Want To

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Photo by singhajay via morguefile

We often use words incorrectly. You may say one thing and mean another, without even realizing it. Often it’s done unconsciously. But it’s important to be aware of excuses you make for not doing something. Your words can keep you from taking responsibility for your choices. For example, “I can’t” usually means a version of “I don’t want to,”

It’s easier to say “I can’t” but harder to say “I don’t want to.” ”I can’t“ kind of gets you off the hook. “I can’t” implies that there’s a reason. “I don’t want to.” makes you the reason. For example, you may be asked to do something that sounds hard or tedious. Your automatic response may be ”I can’t do it.“  but deep down you just may not want to try. So ”I can’t“ becomes a cop-out.

Pay attention when you say, “I can’t” when asked to do something. Ask yourself:

•    Do I just don’t want to do it?
•    Am I afraid to try?
•    Does it seem too hard to consider?
•    Does it sound unpleasant?

Don’t get into a habit of saying, “I can’t” as a substitute for the truth. At least be honest with yourself about why you can’t. Just because you don’t want to try, doesn’t mean that you can’t. Just because it seems hard, doesn’t mean that you can’t. Just because it sounds unpleasant doesn’t mean that you can’t. Sometimes when you stop the “I can’ts” you might discover you can get past the obstacle that makes you say, “I can’t”. If you don’t want to try take responsibility instead of copping out.

Empower yourself by owning your feelings. Figure out what scares you or makes you not wan’t to try and try to find a way through it. You CAN do anything you choose to so put some thought into your choices!
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Join The Self-Love Movement™! Take the 31 Days of Self-Love Commitment“I commit to do my best to do something loving for myself, however big or small, for the next 31 days. and get my book, How Do I Love Me? Let Me Count the Ways for free at http://howdoiloveme.com. Read my 2014 31 Days of Self-Love Posts HERE. Join the Self-Love Movement™! on Facebook. Watch the video made with Hoobastank’s song–The reason–that illustrates the power of self-love.

Are You a Needy People Magnet?

magnetDo you find yourself surrounded by people who need you for something? Do you tend to end up with romantic partners who need fixing? It’s common, especially for DoorMats who have people pleasing as part of their M.O.  I did when I was a DoorMat. These needy folks would bring me down with their demands and sad situations and kept me too busy to work on me. But while I often complained about them, a part of me liked and needed to have them depend on me.

Insecurity can make you a magnet for people who are emotionally unhealthy. We often have a misguided belief that if we do and do and do for someone they’ll stick around. Women tend to play therapist for a guy they like and figure he will be so grateful, and dependent for emotional support that he’ll stick around. That was me when I was low on confidence and high on criticism for what was wrong  with me. Like many needy people magnets, I didn’t appreciate that I had wonderful qualities and thought the best I had to offer was support.

Do you ever ask yourself, like I used to, “How do all these needy people find me?” “Why do they come to me?” “Why do I have so many people in my life who drag me down?” I used to get angry that people expected so much form me. But then I recognized that I made myself a magnet for the emotionally needy. They could tell I was open to trying to fix everyone. It wasn’t so much that they lined up to use me, as I used to believe. I needed to feel needed, so I opened myself up to it.

I hear from both women and men that they don’t understand why they always end up with a romantic partner who has problems and they have to do some repairs. They complain that they don’t like it yet they keep finding the fix-It specials. Whether it’s a friend or lover, feeling needed can make you feel important and necessary if your self-esteem is low. And being with someone who’s damaged or insecure can make you feel better about yourself, compared to the other person. You may not feel good enough to be with someone healthy. I used to think a secure person would judge me as beneath them when I thought little of myself.

Needy people will bring you down. That doesn’t mean you have to cut everyone off, but you should slowly cut their dependency on you. I had to suggest therapy for some and I stopped dating guys who seemed like a good candidate for my therapy. I no longer want to fix anyone. I still try to help friends with problems but limit time spend with them. But since I developed strong self-love and self-esteem, I no longer need to feel needed the way I used to. I still help people but not to feel good about me. I do it because I care.

If you want to turn off your magnet but  like helping people, a healthier way to gratify your need is to do volunteer work for a cause that matters to you. That’s what I do now. Find a cause and do what you can for them. It’s more worthwhile than attracting damaged people and trying to fix them.
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Join The Self-Love Movement™! Take the 31 Days of Self-Love Commitment“I commit to do my best to do something loving for myself, however big or small, for the next 31 days. and get my book, How Do I Love Me? Let Me Count the Ways for free at http://howdoiloveme.com. Read my 2014 31 Days of Self-Love Posts HERE. Join the Self-Love Movement™! on Facebook. Watch the video made with Hoobastank’s song–The reason–that illustrates the power of self-love.

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