Key to creating your own Sleep Magic assignments is self observation. The book gives you every assignment that you need to get started but to keep the momentum going, to get everything out of the technique that it has to offer you, you’ve got to create your own assignments based on your day-to-day activities because the secrets to your feeling fulfilled, happy and comfortable in life are secreted away in the challenges and irritations that you confront each day.
Each of us has a kind of built-in genius, a genetic map that makes us unique. When we follow that map – and not the programming that has been imbued in us mostly by our early lives, before we were even 4 years old – then we are, at the very least, content, and at the very best, thrilled with life. I fall into the category of thrilled. I’ve been doing this work, using the technique of Sleep Magic, for 10 years now. I was content after 5 and it’s been a free ride ever since. The key to my success has been a methodical and relentless observation of my behavior and responses.
No one can be truly objective…about anything. But you can do your best to at least peel off the layers of emotion that surround the things you say and the ways you react to situations. If you are not willing to question yourself when things are not going the way that you want them to then Sleep Magic will not work for you. Fault finding and placing blame outside of you negates your part in what is clearly a process related to you. If something ‘happened’ to you, it did so because something inside you drew it to you. That’s the much misunderstood Law of Attraction at work.
The good news is that because whatever you drew to you came because of some energetic information that you are carrying, you can use Sleep Magic to ask your body to let go of it! Whatever it is, it’s only there because your body, at some point, felt the need to have it. With the proper preparation, you can give it permission to let it go.
And know, that whatever it is, (and you don’t have to know what it is), it’s no more your fault that you have it and are holding onto it than it is the fault of the person who has brought you whatever grief they planted on your doorstep. It’s ancient programming history that you had no say in taking on. And it’s not your parent’s fault either. We are all, as Louise Hay says, the victims of victims. Forgive, get yourself clear, and move on.