Hi and welcome to Day 3… “I Don’t Have Time”
Recognize that usually there is something we can do to make more time, get up earlier, go to bed later, or, watch less kittens on Facebook.
There definitely have been times where I legitimately could say, “I do not have time.” But, It would be far easier on my nervous system to say something else.
To prove this point, let’s do an experiment.
Think of something pleasant like a meadow and a puppy playing with a ball. Really let your mind relax into the image of the puppy… Do you notice how nice that feels?
Now say. “I don’t have time for this!”
This probably shifted the way you felt a bit, but let’s make a comparison.
Go back to the ball and the puppy and enjoy the vision for a moment… This time say.
“I have other things to do, so, this will have to wait.”
Do you feel the difference? I DO!!!
I, ___________ solemnly swear to myself and only myself to raise my standard of excellence, I insist that I watch my self talk and stop myself when I catch myself saying anything negative, I am watching for words such as “I don’t have time.” I recognize that saying this creates a limit to the time I feel I have available, so I check to see if there might be something I can do to make more time or improve the way I’m saying it. So help Me, Me!
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