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    Quote Originally Posted by lemon-up View Post
    and now I got my extra long days off due to the placemat process.
    and becos I planned to not try to control everything also, things turned out better than I can imagine
    Thanks much for your sharing your experience with the Place Mat Process, lemon-up, and your words of inspiration!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WallieGirl View Post
    Thanks much for your sharing your experience with the Place Mat Process, lemon-up, and your words of inspiration!
    and for your positive momentum in posting here , becos it is inspiration to me

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    1/28-2/3
    Read: “Process #11, Segment Intending”
    Post your thoughts, comments and/or favorite quotes from the chapter by: 2/3

    “When to Use This Process

    When you recognize the potential of something not going quite right, and you want to make sure it goes the way you want

    When time or money is especially important to you, and you want to make the most of it”

    “If you are experiencing a physical condition that has your attention, you are, through your attention to your current condition, projecting it on into your future experience. But, by focusing on a different future experience, you are now activating that different experience, and as you project that changed experience into your future, you leave your current experience behind.”

    “That is the power of the process of Segment Intending….It is a way of pre-paving your vibrational path, so to speak, for easier and more enjoyable travel.”

    “If you are in a bad mood, meaning that there is considerable resistance in your vibrational frequency, then, because you do not have access to very different thoughts from where you currently are, you usually project that same vibrational expectation into the segment that you are moving into. For that reason, we encourage the application of Segment Intending when you are already feeling good.”

    “You enter a new segment anytime your intentions change: If you are washing dishes and the telephone rings, you enter a new segment. When you get into your vehicle, you enter a new segment. When another person walks into the room, you enter a new segment.

    If you will take the time to get your thought of expectation started even before you are inside your new segment, you will be able to set the tone of the segment more specifically than if you walk into the segment and begin to observe it as it already is.

    For example, you are cooking dinner and are enjoying the rhythm and flow you have established. Everything is on schedule, and you expect everything to turn out just right.

    The telephone rings. (You enter into a new segment). You set forth the intention not to answer the telephone. You set forth the intention that your answering device can take the call, and you set forth the intention that you will return the call later when you have time.

    So the rhythm and flow of your meal preparation is not disrupted; your segment changed slightly, but you maintained your balance, and all is well.”

    “You are actually pre-paving your future experiences constantly without even knowing you are doing so. You are continually projecting your future expectations into your future experiences, and this Segment Intending process helps you to consciously consider what you are projecting – and it gives you control of your future segments.”

    “If the new segment includes something that you have never enjoyed doing, Segment Intending is not the best process to apply.”

    “Whenever you are setting forth your intentions about how you want to feel and how you would like the segment to unfold, it is always beneficial if, when you find yourself struggling for a positive scenario, that you do not continue the process. Change the subject in your own mind; think about something pleasant, and apply another process later.”

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    Flexible Reading and Posting Schedule for the Month of February 2018:

    2/4-2/10
    Practice Process #11 (or any other process we have read so far) at home, in this thread, or elsewhere on this forum, and post your thoughts/comments by 2/10

    2/11-2/17
    Read: “Process #12, Wouldn’t It Be Nice If…?”
    Post your thoughts, comments and/or favorite quotes from the chapter by: 2/17

    2/18-2/24
    Practice Process #12 (or any other process we have read so far) at home, in this thread, or elsewhere on this forum, and post your thoughts/comments by 2/24

    2/25-3/3
    Read: “Process #13, Which Thought Feels Better?”
    Post your thoughts, comments and/or favorite quotes from the chapter by: 3/3

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    2/4-2/10
    Practice Process #11 (or any other process we have read so far) at home, in this thread, or elsewhere on this forum, and post your thoughts/comments by 2/10

    Process #11, Segment Intending: I enjoyed this process. I periodically wrote in a small notebook that I carry around with me, as Abe suggests, but I got the most out of doing this process on a spreadsheet on my computer, especially when I was home. I created 5 columns with the following headers, and then in the empty cells underneath, I filled in the blanks using whatever or phrases I felt comfortable with during that segment:
    Column 1: Date

    Column 2: Segment

    Column 3: I typed out these words, “I want OR I want to feel OR I like t he idea of feeling OR I like the idea of being willing to feel OR I intend to”

    Column 4: Why

    Column 5: I typed out these phrases, “It brings me joy to think of_____, I remember when_____, I imagine that_____, let’s pretend that_____, I see myself _____, I look forward to _____, I love the thought of _____, wouldn’t it be nice if _____

    These are the processes I continue to use on a regular basis and that bring me much peace: Process #1: The Rampage of Appreciation; Process #6: The Process of Meditation; Process #10: The Place Mat Process.

    Regarding the Place Mat Process…on occasion, I find myself putting too many tasks in the left column and wanting to keep them there if I don’t accomplish them so I don’t forget to do them the next day. When I start to feel overwhelmed to the point that I don’t even want to look at that column anymore, I transfer all of those incomplete tasks to the right column and trust that the Universe will remind me to do accomplish those tasks when the time is right.

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    Regarding the Place Mat Process…on occasion, I find myself putting too many tasks in the left column and wanting to keep them there if I don’t accomplish them so I don’t forget to do them the next day. When I start to feel overwhelmed to the point that I don’t even want to look at that column anymore, I transfer all of those incomplete tasks to the right column and trust that the Universe will remind me to do accomplish those tasks when the time is right.
    I love this WG

    today I segment intend to continue to enjoy the game of work and mold it more to my liking

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