How to Think to Get Anything You Want With Ease

Angie Monko - Sunday, July 31, 2011
Dear Friends,

Do you ever wonder why it is that your life doesn't look the way you want it to?  Please go
on a journey with me if you will.  It's Monday morning 6am, and the alarm is frantically
going off, beep, beep, beep, it shrills in your head, sort of like driving tiny nails into your
sleeping serenity.   The work week is starting over again, you think with dread.  You get
up after turning off the snooze button three times. The thought of coping with your
high-maintenance, demanding, condescending boss is almost enough to drive you
over the edge.  And what is more, you are only paid $12.50/hour to do this thankless job.

So you are dragging your feet as you shuffle to the bathroom to brush your teeth. 
After the monotonous routine of showering, eating a quick breakfast, and picking
up around the house, you're out the door and sitting in rush hour traffic for over an hour.
By the time you get to work, you are fuming inside, and naturally, your boss has that
"cheery" demeanor waiting for you, not good morning, how was your weekend, but
Mary, do you have the reports for me?  You know I have my Monday morning conference
call with headquarters.  And hopefully they won't be chock full of mistakes like they
were last week.  If you embarrass me one more time like that, you'll need to be
updating your resume." After the normal day of rushing around to meet deadlines,
skipping lunch, and putting out fires, you arrive home around 5:30pm and flop
down on the couch. 

All you want to do is veg out in front of the TV, eat some pizza, and watch reruns of
My Name is Earl.  But oh no!  Your two teenage girls are demanding, "What's for
dinner, Mom?  Hey, when are you going to take us to register for school?  Hey, I
need my favorite blue blouse washed for pictures when we go to register." So you put
a load of laundry in, arrange a time after your busy work day to register the girls for
school, make dinner, clean up after dinner, and finally settle down on the sofa to relax.
It's almost 10pm by now.  You are craving something sweet to eat to calm yourself
and alleviate the stress.  So you decide to eat a bowl of ice cream and add some
peanut butter and whipped cream to it. 

That sets up a craving for something salty and so you go for the bag of chips and dip.
Your husband gives you that knowing look that implies, "Hey, it's been a while since
we've done about tonight?"  At one time, you used to love making love
to him, but now, your body is showing signs of aging, and you have put on about 20
pounds due to the binging and subsequent restricting.  The thought of him looking
at your fat, especially when you feel so full, drives you into despair.  You want to please
him, but you resent yourself for being so out of control with your life, and so you
reply, "Honey, I have an awful head ache tonight, and I'm exhausted.  How about
tomorrow night?" but he knows that there will be another excuse then too.

So this is your life.  Pretty dismal, huh?  The stress has set up a cycle of overeating,
feeling bad about yourself, eating more in the hopes of getting energy and calm but
never quite meeting the need, and all of this has affected your relationships with your
kids, your husband, your boss, and even your friends, because you have nothing left
for anyone.  So how can you change it? Start on the physical realm first.  Make a list
of your negative beliefs about the world (i.e., I'm getting older and fatter and no one
really wants me).  How can you change this belief to serve you?  "I'm getting older and
wiser and I want me.  I care enough about myself to find a way to get healthier and

Your emotions create an invisible energy field around you that pulsates and magnetizes
like-minded energies to it, in the case above, unhealthy relationships, an unhappy job
and life.  Mary needs to start by loving her body and seeing her body the way she wants it,
not focusing on the current result.  She must change her thinking FIRST.  Her emotions will
follow which will lead to different results. Go to this link to see how to change your thinking
and get your desired results.

PS:  If you’re really serious about creating your most magnificent life, click on the attached to see
if you qualify for a discovery session:

PSS:  Do you have friends and family that are also interested in creating their own destinies of
joy and freedom?  Send them to:

Angie Monko
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