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Ideal Scenes: Asking for What you Want…

“The Middle of the road is where the line is, and that’s the worst place to drive.”
~Robert Frost

There are many situations in life where the life-skill of ASKING for WHAT You Want can make a big difference in our lives as well as in the world.

Here’s just a few…

• Asking for a raise
• Saying “no” to requests (there’s no power to yes, if you can’t say no)
• Requesting help with a task
• Requesting more information
• Requesting a billing adjustment
• FIRING a client
• Creating a Joint Venture
• Asking someone to participate in something you believe in
• Setting boundaries with children, a spouse, colleague, patrner, date, friend, employee, or employer, etc.
• Asking for Spirit’s assistance

The question is… do you know what you want? Do you remember?
Are you out there asking for exactly that?

Most of us don’t. We have been conditioned in lack and limitation and may have picked up the idea that other people’s opinions are more important than our own. We may also be holding the idea that it’s safer not to ask for what we really want so we can live-on with the hope that we’d get a “yes” someday rather than risk the “no” now which could dash our hope.

That’s called fear of rejection. And here’s the cure…

In service to getting what you want in life… and I really do mean everything… I encourage you to create, review, or update your ideal scene.

What’s an ideal scene?

Consider it a self-directed script for how you’d like your life to turn out.

It’s a collection of I-am statements that outline what you are up-to in your ideal life. Each statement is a positive assertion of your intention. Together they are a way of letting the Universe, God, or Spirit know where you are intending to move and are a powerful way of supporting ourselves in becoming more conscious Co-creators in our lives.

Here are a few examples of statements from past ideal scenes of my own that have worked for me:

“I am trusting in the divine unfolding of my purpose.”
“I am happily receiving $24,000 a week.”
“I am a fit and trim 170 lbs.”
“I am consciously aware of other-people’s point of view, and tune in without judgment.”
“I am enthusiastically creating a world of living masterpieces.”

Don’t let another minute go by that you are not consciously connected to what you want.

“Your own resolution to success is more improtant than any other one thing.”
~Abraham Lincoln

Let’s go out and ask for it.

Once you’ve connected with your heart-centered intentions don’t wait around letting them get stale or weak with self doubt… just stand up, make that call, open your mouth, and just ask.

When we move quickly into asking for what we want it keeps it light and leaves our requests free of all that baggage, weight, and strain that all the fears of rejection and unworthiness add to it.

“I am not bound to win, but
I am bound to be true.
I am not bound to succeed, but
I am bound to live up to what light I have.”

~Abraham Lincoln

Just ask for what you want and drop all the over-responsibility for how it turns out.

DO IT NOW… EVERYONE, please consider what you are looking for today… and ASK for it right now! Ask for the perfect job. Ask for the referral. Ask for the funding. Ask for the solution. Don’t miss out on the connections you already have to get you moving in a bold new way.

“Oh Lord, thou givest everything, at the price of an effort.”
~Leonardo da Vinci

Love and Light,

With Delight,


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