One of my favorite power sentences is this:
Everyone everywhere always wants to help me
I use it whenever I’m about to enter into a conversation or a situation that I feel anxious or worried about. For instance before a meeting or a telephone conversation, where I feel very uncomfortable and worried about the situation and its outcome.
I love this power sentence, because it always immediately helps me feel at least a little better, calmer and less worried.
The interesting thing, however, is that it seems not only to help me feel better, it also seems to influence the conversation or situation, so it turns out more satisfying, than I had feared. Probably because saying the sentence a couple of times or more helps me shift my focus, my expectation and my vibration.
I’ve learned this sentence from one of my favorite spiritual teachers, The Communion of Light, channeled by Frank Butterfield.
And I admit that it has taken me some time to really integrate it and understand it, because, honestly, sometimes it doesn’t feel like everyone wants to help me.
However, seen from a broader perspective, I can see how it is always true.
Since what we experience is a reflection of (or the result of) what we are vibrating (i.e. our thoughts and feelings), other people are simply showing us what we are vibrating.
So if an interaction with another person does not feel good to me, it simply shows me what I don’t want. And when I know what I don’t want, it becomes easier for me to find out what I do want. And once I start focusing on what I do want, I can have it. That actually seems pretty helpful to me…. at least in theory!
However, when I’m in a specific situation that makes me feel awful, I’m not interested in theory. What I want then is to immediately improve how I’m feeling, so I can feel less worried and more at peace.
And my experience is that as soon as I start saying to myself “everyone everywhere always wants to help me”, I start feeling at least slightly better. The more worried I feel, the more times I repeat the sentence. And it always helps me feel better.
I love this power sentence