Pieces Of Pie, My Oh My….

2652A good metaphor for life in these busy times is a pie. When we look at a tempting pie it is usually cut into equal pieces. Imagine each piece represents an aspect of our lives. Are there enough slices to cover all your responsibilities? Or do you have to “borrow” some to handle the task at hand. Will you run out of slices?

The Commitment Repatterning reminds us that we do have enough energy for everything we wish to do. We just need to be totally present in our lives. Like a child. We had plenty of energy in childhood. In fact we gave 100% focused energy to everything we did; playing, laughing, crying, pitching a fit! So what happened? I think we stopped being in the moment. That’s where all the energy is.

My session focused on committing 100% to physical exercise. My actual percentage of commitment was 1%. Its hard to make much progress with so little energy available. I now resonate with “I enjoy doing the physical exercise of my choice”. I also resonate with joining a new gym. That is my action and I am looking forward to it.  How was your session? What are you now committing to?

One of our student practitioners has set an intention to embrace her new name. All of the 26 in 52 sessions are supporting that intention. Is there something that you truly want in your life yet it continues to elude you? Why not use that as your overall intention and let your system shift your energy with each repatterning?

Ardis

 

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About Ardis Ozborn

I teach Resonance Repatterning seminars throughout the world. I also offer an interactive group dynamic called Journeys with Oz.
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One Response to Pieces Of Pie, My Oh My….

  1. Nearly finished Transforming Chakra Patterns online with Ardis and I really like this method of taking classes. It’s relaxing, the pace suites me, and because of the recordings, I can take more in; naturally, without worrying about taking notes. There is more time to integrate between classes because the four sessions are spaced out over two weeks. I’ve definitely gotten the ‘kick in the butt’ I needed to get back into Repatterning regularly. Thank you so much. josephine Rovari

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