Sometimes I take my laptop and go work in a coffee shop.
There’s something about the smell of espresso in the morning that fires up my brain.
Most coffee shops have Wi-Fi – so I try to log onto it.
Or my computer does.
It scans the available Wi-Fi networks and finds one that it can use.
Then it negotiates access with the network (it does a “handshake” and introduces itself) and finally it connects.
And – bingo – I can send out my emails or waste time on Facebook.
The Feel Better Project process works in the same way.
In step one, we figure out how we are feeling right now. To do that, we can scan our body (to see if feelings are showing up there) or we sit still and tap into what’s going on inside our head.
More often than not, we lock onto a feeling. We figure out what’s going on. “That’s it!” we say to ourselves… that’s why I’m feeling a little “off” this morning.
Now that we have connected to our feeling - we have “shaken hands” with it and figured out what it’s all about - we can send a message, by asking: What would make me feel just a little bit better?
And that’s all there is to it.
During the day, whenever we remember, we scan, connect and send.
That’s how we get in touch with our thoughts and feelings.
And it’s how we find alignment.
P.S. This is the kind of thing we will be practicing in the training I am putting together. Click here to join the wait list and get early-bird pricing.