Get emotional!

I know that so many of you  are struggling…

I get at least 10 emails a day from people like you who are trying to connect to their Ultimate Vision or even the next step…

They are going through the exercises in my report, they are doing all the right things…

BUT

They can’t seem to fully visualize or feel what they desire and experience how they would feel if it were true…

Does that sound familiar?

Here’s the deal…

When any of my coaching clients are struggling with this very issue, the first thing we do is work on getting emotional!

If you aren’t emotional and excited about your Ultimate Vision chances are good you are staying in your rational mind when you focus on it…

So how do you get out of your conscious, thinking, rationalizing mind and get emotional and excited about your vision?

There are a bunch of exercises I run through with my clients which are too involved to do here; let me give you a few tips:

  1. Suspend Your Disbelief: As an actress I have to do this all time, can you imagine if I went to shoot a scene in a movie but the whole time I was so grounded in my rational mind that knew I wasn’t really a cop or a lawyer or whatever?  How do you think that would go?  I need you to do the same thing…every day for just 5-15 minutes, suspend your disbelief and focus on your ultimate vision.
  2. Pretend: When you were a kid, did you ever play ‘Let’s pretend’? What was the result? You jumped in 100% and played it out — I guarantee you committed to ‘pretending’ and I also guarantee you didn’t sit there judging yourself thinking you were ridiculous and this isn’t possible.  PRETEND…jump into it, play the movie in your mind of you living your ultimate vision –what does it feel like, what are the thoughts you think, what actions do you take?
  3. Use Music: Plain and simple Music puts us in an emotional state.  We use music to put us in specific emotional states all the time.  AND when a certain song reminds you of a specific time or event in your life you are able to instantly hop into that state.  USE MUSIC to get into the emotional state you need to be in in order to suspend your disbelief and pretend.

You don’t need to spend hours on this…just 5-15 minutes a day!

Get in there and get emotional…

This is YOUR life we’re talking about!!

Leave me a comment and tell me how you feel about your ultimate vision, tell me how much it excites you and what you realize you have to believe to live your ultimate life!

Go Big!

Kristen


19 Responses to “Get emotional!”

  1. You bet your and my everything that counts I am emotional about my ultimate goal, not only that, but i am ceaselessly and causefully and effectively devoted to it fully.

    Josh.

  2. Leila says:

    Hi Kristen,

    Although I am sure it\’s all happening at it\’s own pace I\’m still going to try your suggestion of listening to evocative music. In fact even that is manifesting itself – but it\’s always good to kick-start these things too. Thanks.

  3. Vicki says:

    Thanks for the info. I’m very excited about my Ultimate Vision chances.

  4. Rosemary says:

    Music is the key for me. My grandmother, father, brother and I are all opera singers. That is, Dad and my brother made (make) their living at it, Grandma and I just dabled (dable) at it, and simply did (do) it for the joy of it. For money, I do real estate, in as many phases as I can.

    Today, I anticipated some clients would solidify an offer for a house they said they would be interested buying, and then they stood me up with no notice. It seems they “tried” to call me, but, even though they had my number, they failed to do so and had to go home suddenly for an emergency.

    I was just watching “Mamma Mia” for the eleventy-seventh time, feeling kind of melancholy and suspended in a sense of “I should be doing better financially and business-wise,” when at the end the song “Thank you for the music” began. It really is easier for me to stir up emotion with music. Thank you for the music.

    Rosemary

  5. Glenda says:

    Thanks Kristen for the info, I am very excited about my Ultimate vision life.

    Glenda

  6. Leila says:

    Kristen – you’re a great coach. Thanks for everything you’ve kick-started in me.

  7. Buffy says:

    Hi Kristen,

    Thank you for the tips! To suspend disbelief is the most amazing, freeing experience! To me, this means to surrender and have complete faith that everything is perfect.

    I have always said…you can create anything with preparation, visualization, imagination, determination, and a little meditation.
    and Music makes it easy:)

  8. oscar says:

    Am emotional with my ultimate goal, however, i would like to add some more emotions and focus more on my ultimate goal for 5-15 minutes practive a day.

    Kristen , thank you.

  9. bart says:

    Hi Kristen,

    Having a vision of what you want to be or have brings along the emotion involved and music is a very good stimulance.
    It does make it alot easier to get into the mood & i’ve got this music that stimulates the nerve centers in the brain which makes a whole lot of diffirence when palying this kind of music combining it with subliminal messages it does take a month or atleast half the month to feel or realise something has changed in the way you think and act.

    Love you Kristen for all you do to keep people believing that they can.

    Bart

  10. Dennis says:

    Thanks Kristen,
    This is new to me,
    For 4 months,I meditate every morning for 30 min to 1 hr with business affirmations and I know my attitude and mindset changed for the better. I will spend more time visualizing. I have taken business coaching courses and applied everything I have learned to attract more clients. I know that without the right mindset nothing will happen. I know my ultimate vision will happen it’s there in my mind but not in the present. I will apply this daily also.

  11. Migen L. Osorio says:

    Dear Kristen,
    Your emails to me are enlightening. They inspire me to go on dreaming, dreaming of the life I so want to have. To me, without dreams I might as well not exist. Dreams motivate me to keep on moving on. My getting into your line of communication is to me a manifestation that my thoughts and wishes to achieve something big will somehow, sometime, somewhere be realized. To me, when something happens to you, you are ready for it. I think your happening to me is a time for me to start going big. Thank you for your continuous stream of communication with me. It makes me feel that there are people in this world who have only the best intentions or wishes for their fellowmen and who thus make things right. I now say, in the shortest possible time, I am ready to go big. I wouldn’t have said that without your proddings that I go big!
    Truly yours,

    (Miss) MIGEN L. OSORIO

  12. Trina Sonnenberg says:

    I use music all of the time, to get my head on straight. My biggest challenge, I think is hearing all of the nay sayers. Those who would shoot me down before I even get off the ground. I don’t ask others to believe what I believe, but it seems that others would rather tell me I am stupid than to let me believe what I choose. That is a mole hill that is difficult for me to climb.

  13. Ron says:

    Ahh Change in Emotion equals Change in vibration eq change in me. I start my day with Angus Dei as played by Michael Smith, Then i keep music in my life all day, I know that because of this song and others that play (as my morning alarm) for the first 20 minutes, my mind is in gratitude, my emotions are checked and I am at peace..

  14. Ivan says:

    I started to use guide yesterday and I did the visualization step and I felt good and confident.I realized this was my missing step.
    I’m still starting but feels good.Thank you for your guide.
    Ivan.

  15. Linda says:

    Thank you Kristen, As usual well timed message. Emotional now, yes.Visualization has a time and place, it happens often but the next step is awaited on and music is the best thing to words with feelings.

  16. Shosh says:

    Thank you for your suggestion. Most of the time my emotions are all over the map, but I’ll try to keep it short so I won’t lose focus.

    Thank you for being here for all of us.

    Shosh

  17. Rosemary says:

    Ah, a repeat of an old post, and a great reminder. I hear music in my head all day, a trait I shared with my late father, who was an opera singer throughout his life. Right now, it is the “Humming Chorus” from Madame Butterfly (Google it, it’s beautiful).

    Emotions are a double-edged sword. Having just painfully brought myself back up from the emotional doldrums, I am looking forward to tonight’s call to help put myself back on track.

    Thanks for all your help, Kristen.

  18. Leila says:

    Hi Kristen, this post has got me thinking to when we were small and ran around all day playing ‘let’s pretend’. Sometimes we got so excited we jumped up and down, or played house,(I liked cowboys and indians best). Is that the kind of emotion you’re talking about?

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