Posted on April 7, 2018 April 8, 2018Preface – Exercise 2: My Personal Contract Team Clarity Members: Class Team Seeker Members: Class After completing Exercise 2: Personal Contract, how do you feel about signing this contract with yourself? Share thoughts on this exercise in the comment box below. > back to classroom Post navigationPrevious post: Preface – Exercise 3: Questions, Comments & ConcernsNext post: Preface Opening Quote 6 thoughts on “Preface – Exercise 2: My Personal Contract” Christina Ervin March 22, 2015 I find it liberating on a level because I CHOSE to commit to giving ME dedicated time throughout the week that is just mine. This is foreign to me because my pattern has always been to neglect giving myself time. Reply Soul Dancer March 22, 2015 How do those old adages go about the “Plumbers pipes” or the “cobblers shoes?” One of the more serious issues I’m focused on is “who takes care of the care-takers?” I’m delighted to see you’re carving out time you now Christina! yea! Keep us posted if you can! Reply Chelsa Wells March 26, 2015 Signing my contract is exciting and sends my mind on an adventure. I am ready to explore my soul and use first person when I speak to our group. After last weeks call I listened to what Soul said about using first person and realized that I always tend to use “we”. It is important that I recognize and be aware of my talents and gifts. In doing so I hope to be a more positive force for others. I choose to live free. Reply Christina Ervin March 27, 2015 That was a keen pick up Chelsa. I sort of see using first person as a deeper level of awareness…A personal accountability if you will. Reply Marsha Sortino June 20, 2015 I just looked at the contract I signed to myself today that I signed on March 18th, 2015. This is empowering now that I have been doing the work. I am smiling as I am looking at my signed contract to myself right now because I know I gave a gift to myself for once that has meaning now. Reply Soul Dancer June 21, 2015 This ongoing contract is a gentle reminder to stay the course – true? As life unfolds and our initial journey (much like traveling to a foreign land for the for the first time to then fall in love with the place) might you return to this contract to savor life more fully – as decades fly by? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.