Message #13 Hope
Hope births eternally.
Hope is born into every living entity.
A baby's first cry is demanding hope for its future.

Every first word is embodied hope for communication.
Every first kiss is hope of future love.
Every first love is hope of a partnered future, loving life together.

Every first disappointment is hope of future accomplishment.
Every first accomplishment is hope of success.
Every first failure is hope of future learning.

Every first is the hope of something not yet fully embodied.
Every hope is guardian guided.

Every hope is angel lit from within each forward footstep.
Hope births eternally.
You are never alone.


Commit to taking one action.

  • Write down your commitment.
  • Put it on the calendar.
  • Observe how the commitment is working for 7 days.


Journal observations as you notice them.
The unique quality of journaling your way through this book is that at the end of your journal you have mapped out your life without resistance to what you find there and have explored what it feels like to try on new self-beliefs.


Congratulations!

You are now better acquainted with:

  • who you are
  • how you take responsibility for being in your own life and being in the lives of others
  • what your life purpose is
  • how you are living your life purpose

F.R.E.E. Message and Self-coaching Template

Journaling Questions​


1. Ask:  What am I feeling?

         Where am I feeling it?

         Wait for an answer to pop into your mind.

         Write it down.


2, Ask:  Why am I feeling like this?

         Wait for an answer to pop into your mind.

         Write it down.


3, Ask:  Why is it important for me to know what this line in the message makes me feel?

         Wait for the answer to pop into your mind.

         Write it down.


4. Ask:  How does knowing this about myself or my world benefit me?

         Wait for the answer to pop into your mind.

         Write it down.


5. Ask: Where else in my life does this validation or invalidation occur?

        Wait for the answer to pop into your mind.

        Write it down.


6. Ask: How does this old belief no longer benefit me?

        Wait for the answer to pop into your mind.

        Write it down.


​7. Ask: How can I give away resistance that no longer benefits me?
            Wait for the answer to pop into your mind.
            Write it down.


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Self-Coaching Template
Directions

  1. Choose the line that stands out for you. 
  2. Pay attention to:
  • Initial body response – tightening of throat or gut, expansion in chest or heart, etc
  • Intellectual acceptance or resistance – it feels right or you strongly resist it
  • Emotional highs or lows