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“Drag and Drop” by Sue Yarmey

You are electromagnetic. If you could see yourself, and had the right equipment, you would be aware of just how much light you emit. When you start adding the things that people can see, like your smile, the sparkle in your eyes, you become incandescent!


If you have been spending your time with less that positive thoughts, repeated negative actions or a general cranky attitude, you, and the people around you, become aware (even without the right equipment) of how your light has dimmed . It's easy to turn it back up again. This exercise will help you change your electromagnetic signature.

I call this, “Drag and Drop”! Your body is a giant computer. As such, you store your files within your body memory. You are able to access all your files at any given time. Those files that you reference most often are on the surface, creating your electromagnetic signature. If you choose to change that signature, all you have to do is access other files, drag them from storage (your memory), and drop them into your “now” (your consciousness). If you are ready to let the world see just how bright you are, you need to put your energy and attention on those files that reflect your more sparkling personality. All this means is that it is time to reference different files.


Find a memory from your past. There is no one, “right” memory. Don't worry about what was happening, concentrate instead on how you felt in that given moment. Find the memory that gives you a feeling of love, or safety, or fulfillment, or happy, or joy (you get the idea). The feeling you are looking for is up to you. Once you know how you want to feel, you can find the memory. Once you find the memory, you'll be able to drag it to the surface, drop it into your “now” and change your electromagnetic signature.


This is best accomplished over a one week period. Each night, for seven nights, as you drift off to sleep, recall the same memory that you selected. Bring as many details into your process as possible – how old were you, what were you doing, who were you with, what was the weather, what color was the sky, etc. Tell yourself the story of this memory as a child would recite it – with that excited, spiral thinking, jumping from one thing to another. When you can actually feel the feeling in your body, drop it into your “now” by saying “This is how I feel about everything I do” or a similar phrase to fit your desire. That's it. That's all you have to do. One week of thinking, feeling, telling the story and placing it into your “now”. After the week, just let it all go. What you've done is change your signal. Just like a radio station can change from one format to another, you've done the same. You are no longer sending out the signal that attracted an audience that was negative. You are now sending out a new signal in order to attract a more positive audience. Give it some time and see what you attract. Pay attention. Keep your focus on your new remembered positive memory, and let the changes begin!


© 2021 Sue Yarmey


This exercise by Sue Yarmey appears in Deb Snyder's book, Ignite CALM, Bliss at Work




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