In the previous blog you learned about your Personal Law and I taught you the first part of an exercise to find out what it is.
The second part of this exercise, once you have the most negative thought, is to identify how that thought has been repeating itself in your life.
How have you attracted situations that make you feel exactly how you think of yourself?
This exercise will help you identify the internal areas that you have to work on to achieve happiness.
• Take a piece of paper and divide it into four columns.
• In the first, make a list of those people.
• In the second write the behavior that bothers you.
• In the third write the emotion that is activated in you.
• In the last column write what person or situation in your childhood made you feel this way.
|People that affect me||Behavior of the person||Emotion that is activated||Similar person or situation in my childhood|
Your thoughts about yourself affect all your relationships. If that is what you unconsciously think of yourself, how can others love you? How can you be successful in your life and your relationships? Once you discover your “personal law” it is very important to change it to achieve your “eternal law.” If, for example, you discover that your “personal law” is “no one loves me”, change it to a positive affirmation like “everyone loves me.” Repeat the positive affirmation every time you start to feel your lie or personal law. This way your will, little by little, change one thought for another. In the next blog I will explain about affirmations.