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Which statement is true about Reframing?
Look on page 2 for the answer.
Fill in the blanks. When we are _________ the story, we are rejecting the ideas, concepts and belief systems associated with ________________ because it represents how we used to perceive the situation. We then replace it with a new set of ideas and beliefs about the situation.
Page 2 of the transcript.
Fill in the blank. If your client is willing to open their mind to the possibility that the situation that occurred was what their soul wanted to experience for spiritual growth and that our victimizers are actually our healing angels, then they might be able to accept that _________.
Page 2 of the transcript has some pretty good information.
To experience a shift a client doesn’t have to see the big picture or get the lesson. All they have to do is be willing and open to the idea of perfection and then choose peace.
After the reframe is completed, we must _________the change at a cellular level.
You’ll find the answer on page 3 of the transcript.
We can anchor our new story in our bodies with_______.
Look on page 3.
It is essential to use the voice because our energy gets stuck there the most. Therefore, when a client is doing a worksheet, it is essential to have the client________.
The Radical Forgiveness Bridge represents the _____________ dimension.
Look at the Radical Forgiveness Bridge handout.
If you wanted to demonstrate to a client how patterns in their life are tied together, which diagram would you use?
If you looked at all of the handouts, you’ll know this answer.
What is the Golden Rules when running a Book Study Group?
If you read the Book Study Leader manual, you’ll know the answer to this.