字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント So if you want to change your life, you have to change your matter. Now, a lot of us have been fed a lot of bullshit about what's true or false. So we might think that I can't make money. We might think I can't have love. Or we might think I'm broke. You know, a lot of people say, "I'm broke." And it's very fascinating because that one belief, "I am broke," can basically permeate all over the parts of your life and break other parts of your life, right? So you have to clear all the untruths and falsehoods, which means you have to question your judgement. So if you're saying something and you say to yourself, "Oh, I can't do that," be willing to be consciously aware enough to say, "Is that really true that I can't do that?" So your judgements, and what I'm going to define judgements to be, is basically all your conclusions that you bought and sold yourself at some level, these are the things that are blocking you from reaching the higher frequencies. So when I asked a question to myself, "How do I raise my frequency, like, the quickest, the fastest," because I wanted to know exactly what these higher vibrations were, the message that I received is actually "Quit judging everything, don't judge everything." And now that sounds like a simple little thing, "Don't judge everything." What does that mean? Well, if you have, for instance, a conclusion, of what is…like I'm a girl. I don't know if you know I'm a woman. So if I have a judgement on what a female is supposed to be in the society, then that judgement could actually limit that which I pull into my reality, right? So one judgement, I am female, seems pretty simple, could have behind it a hundred other little things, subsets of beliefs, right, that basically can block me from, you know, if I have…if I'm female, behind that is "I'm female, therefore I don't make as much money as a man," therefore all those things would actually limit what I actually go do in my life. What I was noticing with clients is is they came to me and they said, "I have a block on money," what I would have to do is I would have to go in and just go where did that first start? And sometimes, it would start when they're two years old, and they heard their mom and dad literally fighting about money, right? Or the father said something cruel to the kid of "Oh, you can't have that." How many times, you know, we tell our children, "We can't have that, we can't afford that. We can't have that." Or "No, no, no, no, no." All those things actually start to build up and limit our ability to reach for something new. That's pretty much what everybody's problem is. You have all these stuck things that subconsciously, like, hanging out, and you go to, like, make a choice in your world, and these things kind of kick in and that's where you say, "Well, I started to manifest something and it didn't happen." That's because your soul loves you enough that it's going to basically bring up all your past so that you can see it. And if you just keep going for it, eventually all those judgements will go away. So how do you get these judgements and conclusions from others? By aligning, agreeing, resisting, and reacting to them and to the environment around you. So if you want to track what your judgements are, it's very simple. If you say, "I can't do this because…" All the things that you spit out right after the because are generally all your justifications to believe some things. And if you just consciously pay attention to them, for two seconds, that's your clue for what's actually blocking you. I had a client who came to me, and I had asked her a question, and I would say to her, "What do you think about X, Y, Z?" Whatever it was. And the first thing that came out of her mouth every time I asked her a question was "I don't know." And she'd say the answer after "I don't know." I'd say, "What color do you like?" And she'd say, "I don't know. Blue." And I'd say, "Well, what do you want to manifest?" "Well, I don't know. Dadadada." And I'm thinking, "Wow, she doesn't even really get that the language that she's speaking right now," and she was also complaining that she wasn't intuitive enough. So she couldn't see her own little pattern of, you know, saying "I don't know" after every time somebody asked her a question. Where did the "I don't know" come from? Well, I basically traced it back and it came from always having to justify to her parents why she was doing something. Like her parents would ask her, say, "I want to go buy that dress," they'd say, "Well, why do you want to go buy that dress?" And then she'd have to come up with a zillion reasons of why she had to go buy that dress. And then finally, at some point, she just caved in to this whole new reality, so she said, "I don't know" first, and then gave the reason. She could pretty much justify her whole life because "I don't know" was blocking her from her intuition, from her own knowing. I'm bringing that up so that you start paying a little more conscious attention to what it is that you're natural habits are when you're speaking or what other judgements that you're thinking. So if you can't change your environment, you either haven't chosen to change it or you haven't cleared the judgement that's blocking you. As an infinite being, you only have two things. You have choice and you have awareness. You're a perceiving, knowing being who's in a body. So you can either choose things or you can be aware. And choice will always overrule, okay? You choose something really powerfully, and everything will come up within a way of that and then you just clear it. And that's really all you have to do to, you know, be happy.