Your financial life is influenced by a story you probably don’t even know much about.
It’s the story of what your life was going to be like that you created before you were 10 years old. You might have revised the story as a teenager and then forgotten about it, but there are various techniques available to help you rediscover it.
You created your story from many factors that included:
These decisions may also relate to the times your life energy froze to protect yourself from situations you could not manage with your available resources.
Consequences of Triggering Frozen Life Energy
So long as you follow the script you created for your life story, you are probably fairly comfortable with it. But if you veer off your chosen path, you may encounter unexpected challenges.
Helena was very comfortable with her decision to enter medical school. Both of her parents were medical doctors and she had grown up just assuming that she would also become a doctor. Everything went smoothly and she spent about 20 years fulfilling what she believed was her destiny.
But when she felt forced to work under increasingly difficult circumstances as a doctor, she grew disillusioned with how her field had changed and seriously considered new opportunities outside of the medical profession. She struggled with her new impulses and became extremely uncomfortable and indecisive. She was trying to move outside her life story and meeting both internal and external resistance.
The external resistance came from family and colleagues urging her to keep practicing medicine. After all, she was so good at it, was well respected, had a secure income and so forth.
The internal resistance was more of a surprise. She imagined terrible scenarios of being destitute and losing the respect of and being shunned by her family and friends. She kept wanting to change but did nothing about it.
Helena, like most people, was unaware that she had frozen parts of herself that did not fit with her own and other people’s expectations of her. It was these frozen parts that she had put aside to follow a narrow life path that others had rewarded her for choosing.
Now, new circumstances were triggering awareness of those frozen parts. The triggers, represented as frightening scenarios of the future, were now intruding into her wish to change her life.
Another way of describing this situation is that Helena had been doing what was expected of her throughout her life and was only now feeling the urge to listen to her true Self and discover her own mission or calling in the world.
Click Follow to receive emails when this author adds content on Bublish