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"I Want To Feel Good"

chris knight

28-05-2004 22:22:57

Per Wayne's PBS special, here is what he claims to have for his telephone voice mail recording

"Hi, this is Wayne Dyer and I want to feel good. If your message is designed to do anything other than that, you've reached the wrong number."

His point is that he equates feeling good with "feeling God."

When you are stressed, try replacing negative self-talk with this phrase "I Want To Feel Good"

Do you feel good?

drdankoontz

13-08-2004 16:28:56

FORMULA FOR INSTANTLY FEELING GREAT RIGHT NOW

BEGIN ACTING THE WAY YOU WANT TO FEEL AND YOU WILL INSTANTLY BEGIN FEELING THE WAY YOU ARE ACTING. TRY IT. DO NOT JUDGE IT.
JUST TRY IT AND EXPERIENCE IT. YOU WILL BE CHANGED FOREVER.

Additionally, we add other synergistic factors for crisis medicine or wellness goals, depending on patient choices. In other words, continue
symtomatic medicine giving your body a false sense of wellness with ongoing exacerbation of health crisis or embark on a journey to wellness.

Most folks do not know the difference between symptomatic management versus true wellness. Additionally, most folks do not care as long as they feel reasonably good and are content on waiting for their next health crisis.

Once folks reach repeated health crisis, they begin various levels of wellness. Others never learn. For example, post-surgical throat cancer patients who continue smoking through a hole in their throat have decided to continue killing themselves.

kjkane47

27-10-2004 18:39:19

Every day I look at myself in the mirror and say "I like myself" and when I see a picture of me as a child I say "I like that little person." Liking ourselves no matter what - that's what'll propel us forward. And make us find something to like about everyone we cross paths with. )

Anonymous

21-01-2005 09:07:53

Hi,
Peg 283 here. I am a little confused about the statement "I want to feel good". Doesn't that leave you in a state of "wanting" to feel good but not feeling good?. I am thinking that in regards to "The Power of Intention" that a better statement would be "I intend or I allow myself to feel good". Just my perspective. 8)

Ron

21-01-2005 10:07:40

Perhaps, instead of allowing or intending, we simply affirm I am GOOD!

Namaste - Ron

chris knight

21-01-2005 10:12:57

I am a little confused about the statement "I want to feel good". Doesn't that leave you in a state of "wanting" to feel good but not feeling good?. I am thinking that in regards to "The Power of Intention" that a better statement would be "I intend or I allow myself to feel good". Just my perspective. 8)

I think it goes both ways...

I can feel good just by telling myself that I intend to feel good today.

Life is good.

I love my life.

Affirmations sound silly sometimes.

You could also state, "I Feel Great" or "Why do I feel so loved by others?"

shanti sorcerer

20-02-2005 11:29:02

The first time I heard this was on the Intentions CD set. I was floored by the simple directness of these five words. (I had a similar reaction to Dr. Dyer's thing on 'Row, Row, Row Your Boat' - can't remember the CD at this time.)
Anywhich, I have written them down and stuck the paper in my wallet. I have also made it a part of my daily meditation. The results have been miraculous. It works for me powerfully, both when I'm in a positive frame of mind as an affirmation and when I'm feeling confused, frustrated, hurt, angry, etc. as an aspiration. My wife, who is significantly more skeptical of 'New Age Stuff' is also using this phrase and she reports a very positive effect as well.