Business and Personal Relationships
Can We Change People?
Part of my teaching is that you cannot change people. What you can do is change your perception of them and they pick this up and respond on a subconscious level. And like it or not, we are
greatly influenced and can become as others see us unless we make
the effort to project to others what we desire to project. "Zapping"
Can We Change People?
was a class of "challenged" children and many teachers were brought in
over time but each one ended up quitting in frustration. Finally, a
teacher was brought in and a miracle happened. That class of students
ended up becoming a group of happy, well-behaved and very good
students. What happened?
From the time that teacher entered the
classroom, she refused to see the children as they appeared to others.
She saw through and beyond appearances. She instead saw in her mind's
eye each student as a well-behaved, perfect student. She saw only their
potential and perfection and they became exactly as she envisioned.
We Can Change Our Perception
of my teaching is that you cannot change people. What you can do is
change your perception of them. When you envision them as you want them
to be, in their happy and best state, they pick this up and respond on
a subconscious level. In my own life, I have used this principle to
great advantage. I would imagine someone being receptive and in my
mind's eye see them harmonizing with me. I would imagine them being
happy or pleased or whatever and "hear" them expressing what I would
like to hear.
Of course, we only want to envision the highest and the
best for someone. We don't impose our will on someone else, but we can
lift them in consciousness to their own highest good by maintaining
that image in our thoughts and feelings. This releases the other person
and allows adjustments to be made on a mental and spiritual level.
Releasing is powerful. When we loose and let go, amazing things happen.
There will either be a noticeable change in the person or that person
will peacefully move out of our lives if they are not supposed to be
there for our highest good.
Remember this principle? It is our job to see and feel the end result. It is the Universe's job to get us there.
You Might Be Surprised
have had students apply this principle and see changes in their
spouses, friends, clients, co-workers and others. I'm proud of the marriages saved by teaching my students to apply these
principles to their spouses. A very difficult mother-in-law situation was turned around in just a couple of
weeks. But I didn't know — until my student posted a testimonial - that this
problem had existed for 15 years! You can read her testimonial here - she
cleverly called it "Dismantling Fort Knox."
Don't laugh, but I
have even used this on inanimate objects and it worked! The answers
come when we loosen up.
Like it or not, we are greatly
influenced and can become as others see us (and "feel" us). We do pick
up their thoughts subconsciously. In the area of marketing, we must
make the effort to project to others what we desire to project - as
this determines the feedback and results we attract. Or else we will
subconsciously respond to their unwanted ideas about us. This carries over into
our personal lives. I have seen people who could not move forward
because of the image of them held by those who were close to them. It
took concerted effort to shift their consciousness beyond what others
thought so they could finally succeed. And then of course there is the opposite.
Many have succeeded because someone else believed in them and saw a
greater potential than they saw for themselves. I am profoundly grateful for loving people in my life who saw my own potential
when I doubted myself.
Try It... You'll Like It
it be an interesting experiment to change our perceptions about a
difficult person in our business life — a client, partner, co-worker,
boss — or in our personal life — a spouse, partner, relative, child —
and see what happens?
You have nothing to lose and everything to
gain to put this principle into practice and see what happens. Instead
of imagining things as they are, which I am sorry to say will only
perpetuate more of the same, start imagining the person or situation as
you want them to be. Listen up, husbands and wives (parents, too). Remember Marilyn's rule for
relationships: the more you criticize, the more you will have to criticize.
Give thanks for the end result. Use the
powerful gratitude principle combined with affirmative (scientific)
prayer to turn those situations around by expressing gratitude for
the solutions before they appear. Bringing the desired result into the
"now" moment by using the gratitude principle speeds our desired good
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Copyright 2011 Marilyn Jenett, Feel Free to Prosper
Jenett, an accomplished business owner in the corporate arena,
founded the Feel Free to Prosper program to mentor and teach others to
become aligned with Universal laws and accept their right to prosper.
For more information, visit www.FeelFreetoProsper.com.
Her book, Feel Free to Prosper - Two Weeks to Unexpected Income with the Simplest Prosprerity Laws Available
, published by Penguin Random House, is available worldwide at major booksellers,
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