Today’s installment in our Sharing Sundays series is from Joey. His sharing is all about how he uses his favorite Eloheim tools.

View full-size image

I use short factual statements ALL THE TIME. I think this one just fits like a puzzle piece because I naturally talk to myself – ALL THE TIME. So it’s not so far of a stretch in behavior; it’s just more conscious. They are especially helpful when I am experiencing something that I don’t like, because I can quickly state a preference after my first statement.

I find that I am using “I am ready to interact with my creation” often. It feels empowering and reminds me to be conscious of the reality of what’s going on.

I switched up the mantra, I Am In Financial Flow and Money Comes To Me In Infinite Ways. I just use “Money Comes To Me In Infinite Ways.” It’s tacked onto my cork board.

I’m quite fond of the Circle Of Possibilities tool. It feels so specifically like a healing, comforting tool for me, so even the idea of being mean doesn’t come up when I’m using it. I just think it’s fun, like a game. I apparently believe that artists can’t earn a good, stable living. That was for the most part pretty unconscious until I drew the circle and started figuring out what to put into the pie pieces. It just pulls things out. I’m also a visual person, so that helps -although I can just speak it out aloud as well and that works too.

I use other tools all the time, but not so directly. I was just saying to myself today that the coolest thing about these tools is that they almost become unconscious – that is, they become second nature and therefore the “trying” aspect just goes away. Even if I’m having a crappy day, I know that I can shift anything – I mean really “know” it and not just from an intellectual view point…this was SO not the case even a year ago Just knowing that I can shift anything really clears my head.

— Joey Irizarry Artist/Illustrator

Thanks Joey! Joey creates the little graphics – Sharing Sundays, Tool Tuesday, etc. – I have scattered around the site and in the shopping cart. His art is lovely and he is great to work with! Highly recommended!

To read the other installments in our Sharing Sundays series, click here,here, here, and here.

Would you like to contribute to our Sharing Sunday series? Send an email to: