Letter to Yourself
What I’d like you to do now is sit down and write a letter to yourself. For example, I would say “Dear Zander,… ” Obviously you would use your own name. What I want you to first do is write down all the bad stuff, all the stuff you don’t like about yourself. Next, in a new paragraph I’d like you to write all the good stuff about you. It is my belief that the goo d stuff will far outweigh the bad stuff. I want you to focus on the good stuff. If you remember I talked in one of my talks about believing about yourself unfailingly. Look at the bad stuff. How much of that is really real. Look at that. Then, just like something that is unwanted, just throw that out. Don’t give it any more power. Say “I’m kicking you to the curb, bad stuff.” Now the bad stuff may be “I don’t eat well.” Well, you can change that. That’s why you are on this 30 – days to a positive pathway. This isn’t a negative pathway, but it’s important that you put the bad stuff down and that you see it, and see what may be blocking you. Where some of those issues are popping up in your life and what you can do to get rid of them. All of the good stuff, that’s all the great stuff about you. Read that. In two or three days and read the good stuff again. I guarantee it’s going to be great A different variation on this exercise, depending upon what your spiritual belief is, and you could sit there and write a letter to God, whatever that might be for you, and then, write a letter back from God to you. I did this recently and found it to be a very powerful exercise. If you are more spiritual and that is going to appeal to you then you could do the exercise that way. Either way writing yourself a letter is a great thing.
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