Why Am I Happy? – How to Ask Empowering Questions

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PSYCH-K® is a technique which balances affirmations at a subconscious level. These changes to our belief system are made when we are in a whole brain state. Science of Mind uses spiritual mind treatments to change our mind and to help us create what we really want to create.

If you don’t know how to do either, here is an easy way to change the vibration of what you are sending out.

When you ask yourself a question, your mind automatically begins searching for answers.

Why don’t I make more money?

Why am I always getting sick?

Why is it so hard to find my soulmate?

Why doesn’t anyone love or appreciate me?

Why am I not happy? Why am I always sad?

Why am I such a loser?

Those questions automatically form your life. You are creating from that reality and from the feeling space that they put you in.

You can now go the traditional route of all self-help techniques and use affirmations:

I am abundant. I am rich.

I heal quickly and easily.

I meet my soulmate.

I am loved. I am appreciated.

I am happy and full of joy.

I am successful.

More powerful, however, is to change your questions. As we ask a question, we are automatically stepping into the energy of what we are asking and our mind begins to search for reasons why what we are asking is true. Your mind is asking questions all the time. Why not use this to your advantage and ask questions that put you in the energy vibration you want to be in to create a happier and more successful life?

Empowering questions are:

Why do I make more and more money? Why am I so rich?

Why does my body heal so quickly?

Why is it so easy for me to meet my soulmate?

Why am I so loved and appreciated?

Why am I always so happy and full of joy?

Why am I so successful?

Noah St. John recommends the following exercise:

  1. Take a moment and write down the five most disempowering questions that you have on your mind.
  2. Then take a moment to write down the equivalent powerful questions.
  3. Notice how your mind immediately begins to answer those questions. Feel the higher vibrational space you are automatically in.

“As you sow, so shall you reap”

Ralph Waldo Emerson

What you focus on, or in other words which thought seeds you plant, continuously produces results. You have the choice to focus on the seeds you want to plant and the thought flowers you want to grow by changing the questions you ask. Form questions that are affirming what you want, use what St. John calls “afformations” or powerful “why” questions.

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Why have I not attracted what I want?

The Law of Attraction always works. It responds reliably to our thoughts and feelings. If you have not managed to manifest what you really want, it could be that you are not clear enough about the FEELING of what you want. Or it could be that you have a limited “mental equivalent” of what you want.

“If we are to draw from Life what we want, we must first think it forth into Life. It always produces what we think. In order to have success, we must first conceive it in our own thought. This is not because we are creators, but because the flow of Life into manifestation, through us, must take the form we give to it, and if we want a thing we must have within ourselves the mental equivalent before we get it.” (E. Holmes)

What does Ernest Holmes mean by that?

If you want to be successful in your business but you hold yourself back due to limiting beliefs, you will only get to a certain level. You have a mental equivalent of limited success. Underneath that idea of limited success can be beliefs around not deserving, or not being able to do something.

If you want love but you believe you cannot leave your loveless marriage, all you will get is something like an affair on the side. You only have the mental equivalent for a limited expression of love. At the basis of this mental equivalent could be a lack of self-love and self-respect.

If you want to be financially abundant but you believe you can only reach a certain standard of living, you won’t manifest beyond that boundary. You only have a limited mental equivalent of prosperity. Limiting beliefs around money or yourself might be at the root of this.

If you want to live a relationship with your children, that flows well, but you buy into the idea that teenagers are difficult, you will encounter problems. You only have the mental equivalent for a limited relationship with them. We can shift your perception of them and yourself to create a relationship characterized by love and understanding.

If you want perfect health but you believe you get sick when someone in your family is ill, you will get sick. You have a mental equivalent of limited health. We can clear out limiting beliefs about your health, the natural healing ability of your body, and about aging.

The good news is: Your subconscious can re-learn anything. Any limiting belief can be released and replaced by one that supports your goals.

Do you need help finding and changing your limiting beliefs that are holding you back from true success, deep love, unlimited prosperity, harmonic relationships, and perfect health? Are you struggling to develop a clear mental equivalent of what you want?

Contact Angelika for Life and Spiritual Coaching, Psych-K® Belief Change Work or Hypnosis.



Accepting What Shows Up – How To Change Your Thoughts & Feelings

The other day I read a post on Facebook that made me stop and laugh. It said:

“When something goes wrong in your life, just yell ‘PLOT TWIST’ and move on.”

You might not want to yell, but what if you could just sit back when a so-called “problem” arises and respond with, “Hm, interesting this ‘plot twist’ shows up. I wonder what wants to happen with this.”

Sometimes our problems are of a nature that requires us to take practical actions. Most of the time, however, the challenges we experience are with people or situations.

Since “The Secret” and the Esther Hicks “Abraham” teachings, we have all heard so many times that we co-create our reality. We have been told about the Law of Attraction, or the Law of Cause and Effect, as the Science of Mind Philosophy calls it. When something shows up in our experience, we have at some point co-created this. We have said something, felt something or have done something that was part of manifesting this experience.

This has absolutely nothing to do with being blamed for what happens. It is nobody’s ‘fault’. Forget about that concept of fault and blame! It has all to do with realizing that we, now in this very moment, have the choice to create something else. We have the freedom and the ability to respond, the “response-ability” for our thoughts and feelings.

If it feels at the moment that you do not have the freedom to respond in the way you would like, you need me! Maybe you have subconscious beliefs that are sabotaging what you want to manifest. I can help you re-program your limiting beliefs, change your thoughts and shift your feelings.


For belief change coaching, Psych-K® or Hypnosis contact Angelika



Our Baggage Does Not Need to Weigh Us Down

The short film “Baggage” by Ivan Kander is the story of a special kind of baggage counter. People line up at this counter to check in their emotional issues.

There is the woman whose partner cheated on her after six months, the man with a messy divorce, the girl who checks in the latest “walk of shame,” the man who is trying to get rid of his paranoia, the woman whose husband left her for a “pole dancer,” and the guy who—once again—is trying to get rid of his anger.

These people line up here over and over again to check in their latest baggage. For a while they feel lighter—until the next time they have something to check in, because it appears to be too heavy to carry.

One man is in line, however, to reclaim his luggage. Why would he want to do that?

He explains to the young woman in line behind him that checking our baggage means we are checking everything in. It is “like eating ice-cream but it doesn’t taste sweet, just cold and flavourless.”

He says to the employee behind the counter, who does not let him reclaim his baggage, “I met someone who was perfect. It did not work because I checked my baggage. I checked it ALL. Taking the weigh out of everything makes it so worthless. The nice things she did for me were all lost on me because I was weightless. I had nothing to give her in return.”

Rather than “checking” our emotional baggage, getting rid of it, suppressing it, we can understand it. Our baggage does not need to weigh us down. All our past experiences brought us to where we are now. We are weighed down by it because we believe it is heavy. We believe we cannot carry it. Understanding it and embracing it is like buying a new suitcase with wheels underneath. Changing how we feel about what happened and learning from each experience makes our baggage lighter. We can pull it behind us effortlessly. It becomes a gift instead of a burden.

Our baggage is part of our story. Checking our feelings means building a shield around our heart. It robs us of fully living life. Instead of starving our shadows, let’s become conscious of them and accept them as part of who we are, whether we feel anger, shame, sadness, rejection or abandonment. By bringing it in, we heal and transform the heaviness. Our baggage becomes light.

We become able to tell our story without the emotional charge. What used to feel heavy can feel like a great gift when we have done our work. There are no “good” or “bad” experiences. They don’t mean anything until we give them a particular meaning. We can give them a different meaning at any point. We can love all of our experiences, love all of who we are.

For coaching and belief change work contact Angelika