Have you ever seen a gorgeous goddess? A woman so magnificent you just are beeming energy inside to go talk to her? But as you walk over you start to notice how you’re walking, what facial gestures you’re making, where your hands are, confidence fading… You’re becoming self-conscious and that wonderful feeling of excitement has now turned into fear. Do you remember the last time you talked to a woman in this energy? In this self-conscious / fear mentality? Didn’t go so well did it? Why is a stock any different?
It’s all about the approach and mental confidence prior to the trade. When you approach an event with fear that energy gets transferred into it. I’ve talked about how The Energy of Fear is Consumption in this prior post. So if you’re feeling nervous before a trade take note of this. Where is this fear coming from? Is it related to money? Lack of confidence in yourself? Lack of self worth? It could be a million different things but you need to find and focus on the one that resonates with you. I’m currently working on a meditation that will assist you through the process of finding this fear and making it your ally.
Remember the emotion will come during the “approach.” Keep track of how you feel, as this will set the course of how the rest of your interaction with the trade will go. Keep in mind that magnificent woman: Do you approach her as nervous, not confident, and fearful of reject or strong, confident and full of love?
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