3/10 - where to begin, working with what you've got/currently are & money mindset


Bill, Bunny, Cara 

Bill figures out where to begin working with his fighter pilot script, Cara stops struggling and starts embracing the process of being an actor in NY (which means working in catering and milking the good, while the acting seed she planted grows), Bunny works on self-love, accepting her authentic strong feminine voice,  and has been asked to find 5 people online who she feels are presenting themselves authentically, so that she can create a really clear presentation of her brand. PLUS a money exercise at the end. The full money worksheet is below if you want to dig even deeper... (do it!!) 

Money Consciousness Worksheet

1. My current financial situation that I wish to change is . . .

2. My emotions around this situation, right now, are:

 3. I love myself for having these feelings. My feelings are perfect feedback. My feelings are an indication of how much meaning I am attaching to money. How open are you to a shift? 

Willing? Unwilling? Skeptical? Open? 

4. I am noticing that I am giving power to money that it doesn’t have by attaching to it the following restrictive thoughts, beliefs or assumptions about money, both in general and arising from the current situation. These are:

5. I am willing to forgive those who modelled or taught me these negative associations around money and resolve to do a 3-Letter series exercise on the following people,before our next call, in order to transform this energy: 





6. I am willing to see that I have lovingly created this money issue for myself as an opportunity to learn and grow and I am willing to create the following break throughs: 

7. I now realize that money is neutral, has no power of its own, and no inherent value. It is just energy, so I now release my need to be right about the meanings I had attached to money, as noted above, and since there is no shortage of it, I open myself to allowing money to flow easily in my life now by doing the following... 

8. I now realize that I was withholding love from myself and others by imagining that money was or is... 

and I now affirm my strong belief that the Universe is a place of total abundance, and that there is no shortage of anything.

 9. I now see myself as being in a heightened state of openness to receive money and to have this issue resolved in the most perfect way for all concerned. I express this shift by doing the following... 

10. I now realize that I am someone who can generate into my life everything that I need. I now declare I am in the process of creating the following:  

11. I am now ready and willing to reframe the situation outlined in Question #1 in terms of the perspective of self-love & forgiveness and greater spiritual paradigm that agrees that everything is Divine order. Attempt a reframe in your own words -- “I now recognize that . . .

12. I now turn this over to my own Spiritual Intelligence and surrender to the infinate universe in the knowledge and comfort that all is well, and that what I saw as a problem was purely a misperception on my part. I have already resolved it by recognizing that I am abundantly supplied at all times. Any idea of shortage or lack that I was holding onto, I recognize now, has no validity or power whatsoever, and I give it none. To demonstrate my commitment to divine surrender I regularly am... 

13. I now realize that money was not the issue. I have no issues around money. Whatever the real issue was, I have handed it over to the Divine and have an unshakeable trust that as long as I do my part, the Universe will always have my back. I am committed to doing, "my part" which means... 


Thank you. And So It Is!






This worksheet is a modified version of The Radical Empowerment Program by Colin Tipping, Published by Global 13 Publications, Inc. © Colin Tipping, 2006

2/16 - Forgiveness etc


As with any completion tool, the essential ingredient is your willingness to be complete. If you are unwilling to use this tool to move through your emotions to a place of responsibility and completion, the tool will not make a difference. So, ask yourself, “Am I willing to be complete with this person and/or situation?” before starting. Completion is an inside job. From Essence, we get complete and then we get in communication from a space of completion. We do not need the other person to do or say something different in order to cause our completion. The three-letter series provides access to completion when there is some emotional energy present for the client. The opportunity is to express all the upset, to take responsibility, and to get back to Being. Do these letters in order. We don’t suggest you leave much time between them. Write these letters as if you were writing directly to the other person (i.e., “Dear …”).

NOTE: DO NOT send these letters. DO NOT leave them out where anyone can find them. DO NOT use these letters to communicate anything to anyone. These letters are for your process only. Write them and then destroy them.

Letter Number l: Emotions Letter:

In this letter, let it fly. Get out all the emotion around this issue: anger, blame, disappointment, sadness, joy, despair, etc., that is there. Feel free to be as much of a victim as you can. Don’t be nice or transformed. Really let them have it. Continue to write until it is ALL out. At the end, it should seem like there’s nothing left to say. If the upset is not fully expressed in this letter, it will be difficult to do the next two letters in a way that makes a difference.

Letter Number 2: Responsibility:

In this letter, share what you can be responsible for. Note what you did and didn’t do that had it go this way. Really look on your side of the street. What did I do/say/not do, etc. that had things turn out this way. Include in this letter anything you see to apologize for. {Note: If this letter is short or seems challenging to write, go back to Letter Number 1…there is likely more to say there.}

Letter Number 3: Acknowledgement:

In the last letter, acknowledge the person. Even if it is challenging, please be intentional about doing this step completely. You can let them know what you are grateful for about who they are, what they have done, and what they are committed to. You can thank them for the difference they have made in your life or the lives of others. You can acknowledge them for doing the best they can with what they have. Whatever acknowledgement is authentic for you, share it in this letter. {NOTE: Again, if this letter seems challenging, go back and add more to Letter Number 1.} 

2/9 - First Call! Intros & Clearing Exercise


Step One: What are my Fears, Concerns, and Complaints (right now)?

For example, “My office is a mess. I am lonely. I am fat, out of shape. The house is a mess. My parents are coming to visit. I need to do the laundry.” Note: Even things that seem “good” may show up here, like, “I did the laundry...finally.” Go ahead and write down whatever comes up at this time.

Step Two: “I AM...” or “I AM A...”

Ask: “What is the most nasty, critical judgment you have about each of the items in Step One?” Don’t be nice here. You might ask yourself, “What would a bully on a playground call someone who does that?” For example, “My office is a mess” might have judgments like, “I am a lazy slob, undisciplined jerk, total idiot, good-for-nothing-failure,” etc., etc.

Step Three: Step Three: Interpretation or Fact?

For each item in Step Two, ask: “Is this an interpretation or is it a fact?” Make sure to note the ones that seem like facts. Then go back to those and make sure that you get clear that they are interpretations, using a conversation with a coach if necessary. The idea is to go beyond knowing it “intellectually,” to actually getting that it’s not a fact about you. For example, “I am undisciplined” may seem like a fact, and you may have evidence for it. In other words, you may act undisciplined sometimes and the voice in your head says, “You are undisciplined,” like a factual label about you. To distinguish that this is actually an interpretation, you can use the test of “Can I get a bowl of this?” This is sometimes useful in determining a fact, like a bowl of soup, or a bowl of peanuts, versus a bowl of loser, or a bowl of undisciplined. You might also ask, “Compared to whom?” “Compared to what?” or “By what measure?” Are you more undisciplined than your neighbor? Your sister? O.J. Simpson? The point is to notice that you’ve created an arbitrary measure for what makes a “disciplined person” versus an “undisciplined person.”

Step Four: Is this Empowering?

 Obviously, these interpretations will not be empowering. So, if living from this story (interpretation) is not empowering, what there is to do is create an empowering story or interpretation. Now that you’ve “cleared” the disempowering interpretation, you have the space to create something that is not a reaction to who you think you’re not. So, from there, what way of being or declaration will you bring to life today? Not a fix or change, but look for a quality or way of being that you want to bring to life. A useful way to access this is to envision life as a party. Like any good guest, you will want to bring something to the party. What quality or value will you bring to the party called life today? Then, post your stand all over the place. Use Post-It notes all around you. Have your stand surprise you throughout the day.


  1. Fears, Concerns, Complaints
  2. I AM...(Nasty, judgmental, critical voice)
  3.  Interpretation or Fact?
  4. Declare a stand for the day
  5. Post it somewhere you can see, or set a reminder — do whatever it takes to BE your stand all day