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Create Personal Freedom By Accepting Complements

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How to create  more  personal freedom by accepting complements!

Accepting complements can be a difficult thing for many people.  Sometimes we don’t feel adequate of the complement that we are receiving.  Sometimes we don’t feel worthy of what a person thanks us for.  Many times we actually tell ourselves how “bad” we are at the thing we receive a complement for.  I was driving in my car a few days ago and was trying to think of a good way to help people not only “grow” into the complements that they receive, but also to actually believe it and feel good about it and I came up with this really cool way.  I have been trying it out and it really works!  In fact it has shocked me.  I made you a video on it to watch. 

Before you watch it think about this.  Would a person give you a complement if at least part of it was not true?

So what do you think?  When we tell  ourselves that something is not true then it is hard for it to actually become true to us.  Do you want your complements to become true?  If so you must start accepting them, not just verbally, but emotionally.

This is similar to the law of attraction… attracting what you are complemented on.

So what complements do you recieve that you don’t believe?

What part of these complements are really true?

Can you magnify the parts that are true, until the whole complement feels true, and becomes true?

Love to hear your thoughts on this.

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  1. June 23, 2010 at 2:08 pm

    Great article and presentation! Sometimes when people compliment me on a blouse I am wearing or an essential oil scent I have on, or whatever, I often shock them by agreeing with them and getting excited about what they complimented me on. My husband often laughs at my responses. For example, he will tell me how great dinner was and I respond “I know! It was great wasn’t it.” I get excited too!! Sure makes receiving compliments a lot more fun.

  2. June 23, 2010 at 3:24 pm

    haha, I love this, thanks for sharing….a perfect way to accept complements. Jack Canfield teaches that when someone complements you on something you respond by saying “how observant of you, and another thing you don’t know about me is……” That is similar to what you are doing. I absolutely love it!

  3. June 25, 2010 at 7:29 pm

    Great post, Justin!

    I sent this to friends.


    • June 25, 2010 at 10:51 pm

      Jay, awesome, I’m super glad you liked it, and thank you so much for sending it to some of your friends. I always enjoy reading your info and it makes me think. We should touch base some time this week.


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