Mini Transformational Experience

2 Words to transform your life, yes & no

Jenna Dukehart

NO is a word that slams the door.  It can either close the door in your face or close the door behind you.  Both of these occurrences are extremely valuable tools to increase your creativity, personal strength and self-worth.  

When someone or some event closes a door in your face all of a sudden you are forced to rely on your on resources.  You can’t get in where the door was once opened and now closed, so what do you do?  You become creative.  You step into the unknown.  You find another way. It isn’t personal, the route you take repeatedly just disappeared.  End of stagnation and unconscious behavior.

When you close a door to someone or some behavior or say NO what just happened?  You reached deep and found the strength to stop something that you have decided is no longer constructive in your life.  This is courage and the confidence to trust yourself and know that saying NO to what no longer works is saying I am worthy & important & I appreciate me. 

Saying NO allows you to build up your strength, self-worth, creativity, confidence, courage, awareness  and appreciation for the life you are living.


YES is the word that demands that you take a moment before saying it.  YES is the word that requires you  to share your abundance of strength, confidence, creativity, courage, awareness and appreciation for life that you have accrued by saying NO.  When you say YES you are opening the door to connection, sharing  and communicating.  Are you ready to do that?  If you have said NO enough times then you’ll have the reserves to say YES.

Building Sovereignty in Your Life

When you find yourself in a position of victim or constantly losing out to another person there is a short, simple way to remedy feeling like you are dumped or cast-off .
STEP ONE:  Move away from the experience either mentally or physically or both.  Further engagement in a fight or battle and trying to win or gain influence just catches you in the energy that victimizes.  Have you ever noticed that the best verbal comeback or response to being  confronted by someone, comes after you remove yourself from the argument and tense energy?  This is because you are out of the other persons energy sphere.
STEP TWO:  Get grounded.  This clears your mind and energy.  Breath slowly.  Begin to visualize the tense,  problematic  person.  Do this exercise in a place where you’ll be free of interruptions. 
What do you notice about this person’s face, eyes, posture?  Are they looking at you, glaring at you, or avoiding making eye contact?  Are they smiling?  Just notice.
STEP THREE:  What is the best, most positive way the encounter with this troublesome person could have gone.  Instead of making you feel small or less than, what could THEY have said that would make you feel great, powerful, sovereign?
Change their words to make the once demeaning conversation be a positive, winning encounter for you.  Envision them giving you a hug.  Is it effortless or are your arms going in all different directions?  Maybe even avoiding a hug?  Get your arms in position for a good loving hug.  Then say, “I love you.” 
Now have them say the words that make you feel rewarded, wonderful, sovereign.  Take a deep breath.  Do it again if a sense of intimidation or less than is still in this vision.  Do it until you feel great as if this new encounter is for the highest good for all.

Do this until you feel great and watch what happens in reality ….  AMAZING.

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Jumpstart Getting Unstuck

MTE – Jumpstart Getting Unstuck
Thousands of people face the day already stuck in yesterday.  This creates headaches, sluggishness and boredom.   It’s a place that is crowded with complaints and criticisms about oneself and others.  It is the low feeling of believing you are powerless.  YOU ARE POWERFUL.  Join me in this mini transformational experience to Jumpstart Getting Unstuck by discovering who you could be.
Personal growth aficionados tell you to just get up and take some action.  But if you are afraid to disrupt your sense of safety what possible step can you take?  It’s difficult to do something new, seems wreck less, right?  New seems so difficult.  How do you do new when most of the time you’re unconscious that you are doing the same thing over & over and as the saying goes expecting something different???  It’s time to Jumpstart Getting Unstuck
Mini Transformational Experience
I want you to take a moment and ask yourself this question, “Who could I be?”  Throw out any EGO objections and cultural limitations.  Who could you be?  A hugely successful entrepreneur?  The Director of a major project that helps others.  The most loving Mom?   You might find yourself saying, “this is hard.”   It is, cause you’ve been selling yourself short for so long that’s why you think you’re stuck.
Okay now take “Who could I be?” to the next level.  Let’s turbo-charge “Who could I be?”  Take a moment to be by yourself.   Maybe take a walk in the woods or the park.  Imagine as you sit or walk that you are a great leader,  you are the person raising the frequency of this country, you are the best Mom,  you are a miraculous healer; healing yourself & others, you are an inspirational loving friend, you are a billionaire. 
Close your eyes for a moment, step into “who you could be.”  Without hesitation become that new wonderful person.  Now open your eyes as that new exceptional person.  Look around as this new person.  Breathe in and feel the sparkle of change trickling down your throat into your lungs and heart area.  What does the world look like now?  Brighter.  Fresh.  Inviting. 
You have just let go of the old, stagnant you.  Continue to have fun with this exercise every day.   Expect change and excitement and a smile on your face.   Science says your brain doesn’t know the difference between imagining and reality as you used to view it.  More on this scientific study.  Why not have fun, use science and let your imagination trick your brain into creating the world of “who you could be.”