Author: Helen Keller
“Without a doubt”, my magician archetype said, and we signed the papers to purchase a new home fully planning to sell our current home before the closing. Have you ever taken a leap of faith, knowing full well that everything would turn out okay? It is not an easy thing to do but once you are able to rid your self of your doubting and fearing archetype and fully embrace the magician that you were meant to be, that is when you will be able to see change in your life and be able to conquer those old fears head on.
Many of our fears or limiting beliefs were created years and years ago, and sometimes they are difficult to change. But what I know and what I have seen is that once they are released and overtaken by new beliefs that are fearless and trusting, those old patterns become new and amazing pathways that will lead you to the life you so desire. So what does it take to make those changes. I would say the first would be acknowledgement. You need to acknowledge who you are right now, once you know and are able to speak to this person, you will have started your new path. Acknowledgement takes some deep thought, and you should start from the beginning and truly discover who you are and how you have become this person. What is it you are fearing and where did the fear and doubt originate? Where your parents cautious? How was money discussed in your home? Have you experienced loss around money? Did you take a leap before and have it not work out as planned? If so it is time to let the past be the past and to move forward, change your mindset take control of your own actions.
Becoming a warrior is not an easy transition but it is one that is worth the challenge. Your first step as I mentioned is acknowledging who you currently are, the second step is to take action on changing those patterns and beliefs.
Taking action to change a habit or pattern requires consistency and that is where an accountability pattern comes in. Whether it is a friend, a coach, an advisor it is important for you to report too someone. It helps to keep the consistency and momentum of the change going.
The third step is to journal. Journal on your success, your changes, your set backs. It is amazing looking back in a journal as time goes on to see how far you have travelled. Starting from an innocent moving consistently forward to the warrior stage is an amazing transition to see and to travel.
I encourage you to begin your journey. As for me I will keep my hat on and keep the faith as I patiently await the new owner of my old house to come along and “without a doubt” I know they will.
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