Issue 279 – The Monster Under the Bed

What People Are Saying…

“Hello Kristen!

I so appreciate your slightly different perspective on things!

It’s funny, isn’t it, how sometimes you listen to the same thing over and
over again and you “hear” it, but you don’t “get” it, but the same thing,
presented in a slightly different manner, with slightly different words, or
a slightly different perspective suddenly makes the penny drop and
everything you’ve heard for years finally “clicks” and you “get” it.

It’s SO not easy not to think about what you’re afraid of, but your
suggestion to consciously “Change the Channel” or “Change the Order” is
brilliant. My Dad used to tell me that he would push an imaginary button
on his temple and “change the channel” when he was overwhelmed with
thoughts about the awful stuff that he lived through during WWII. He was a
pretty amazing guy!

Thanks for putting this valuable, life changing information out there!
expect to be a millionaire shortly. (ha ha ha – well, maybe not so funny, eh?)

– Jane.”

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6 Responses to “Issue 279 – The Monster Under the Bed”

  1. Minta Boggs says:

    I know how the law of attraction works, thoughts become things, and what you feel is what you attract and my husband also understands but I just don’t know what to do for him when he sees his bank account dwindling I have a hard time convincing him that money is on the way because he has done the actions or to believe he is rich. Please help me. My husband and I have even went to a seminar that Mike Dooley taught. I just don’t know how to get through to him and make him stop worrying about money so much or the lack of it.


    • Kristen says:

      Hi Minta! You are so loving and that’s amazing! The truth is though that you can’t make your husband stop worrying about money because ultimately what he focuses on is up to him. And the more we try to convince someone not to focus on the thing they are worried about, the more they resist. I can suggest listening to him openly and letting him feel whatever he is feeling (so he gets it out) and then ask him, “what is something we can focus on together right now that could bring more money to us?” – with this question you’re helping shift the focus without telling him what to focus on.

      Hope this helps…


  2. Jil says:

    Hi Kristen :-)…….and sometimes it’s that we’ve been told there’s a monster under the bed…but being nothing but a lie.For instance the”Life is struggle” Monster.Or the”You’re not worthy”Monster.And yes,then it’s very recommendend to look under the bed and check thoroughly.To find out that there is nothing at all.What a relief :-).

    one love

  3. Rhonda says:

    Bravo! Interesting perspective and a very accessible way of understanding those things that make us afraid. Yes, they really do become misshapen monsters and in fact, one can forget about the actual situation that made them frightened in lieu of what the monster has become.

    If you don’t mind, I might have to use that description in the future.

    Manage your monster so that it becomes a cute little kittie… lol. Yes.

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