Restorative and Expansive
Whether we call it personal growth work, law of attraction work, or renewing our minds – there are two types of work, restorative and expansive.
An effective program includes both.
Restorative work is about uncovering the lies, upgrading the limiting beliefs, and breaking free from our “less than” identity. We are working to restore the identity that we had at birth – much loved children of a loving God, worthy of the best life has to offer, immensely capable, and with massive potential.
Restorative work is often accomplished by using letting go tools like: tapping, Sedona Method, the clearing statement, forgiveness, and so many more.
Expansive work is about expanding what is possible for us, expanding what we expect from life, expanding our capacity to receive goodness in our lives, and becoming the person we want to be.
Some of the ways we can do expansive work include: visualization, affirmations, what if’s, journaling, gratitude, deliberately getting outside of our comfort zones, doing the beneficial things even when we don’t feel like it, and more.
I invite you to make sure that you do some restoring and some expanding every day!
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