I’m always telling clients, “When you are writing a Court of Atonement, ask for the positive results you would like to see come of it.”
Sometimes people are so focused on what is wrong, that they can’t figure out what they would rather have
After saying this to a client, I remember her asking me, “Then, how do I word it so my Piece of $#*T Boss, to stops being a Piece of $#*T????
I asked her. “How would rather see him behave?
She looked at me and said, “Well, like he isn’t a worthless Piece of $#*T!!”
When I finished laughing I told her to make a list of the ways he would behave if he wasn’t a piece of…
Her list looked something like this;
1. Treats his employees with respect
2. Shows up to work on time.
3. Answers his phone
4. Cares about his customers
I then had her use the first simple statement in booklet one, and add her list at the end.
I, ________ place myself,__________ and my boss, __________ into a Full Court of Atonement. I ask to have our timelines analyzed and correct all conflicts between us at their points of origin.
I ask that he treat his employees with respect, show up for work on time. Pick up his phone when I call him. And care about his customers. I ask for a happy working environment.
I also had her add “I ask that he appreciates me and that I appreciate him.”
Appreciation is one of the highest vibrations. I thought it would be a good idea if we used the Court of Atonement to increase the amount of appreciation we have in our lives.
I, _________ place myself, __________ into a Full Court of Atonement with the entirety of my family lineages for the purpose of enhancing the energy of Appreciation throughout our timelines. I ask to correct all conflicts and contrary thoughts about appreciation at their points of origin.
It is a good idea to repeat that statement several times a day for a couple of weeks.
Each pass of the statement will clear out a few more contrary thoughts.