What role does the solar plexus play in increasing your clients?
In this blog, I’m going to talk about how the solar plexus of you and your business can attract the right quality and quantity of clients that you want to work with.
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The way I look at it, there are two aspects of the solar plexus chakra. There’s a yin aspect, which is the self-worth, self-belief and self-trust side of the solar plexus. Then there’s the other side, the yang energy, which is much more about the action, the warrior energy, and the power. It’s so important that these two aspects fit in together, that they talk with each other, and that they’re aligned in order for the solar plexus to be truly powerful.
The solar plexus is very much about being self-motivated, believing in yourself and being decisive. So these qualities are relevant for both you and your business’s energy body when it comes to attracting the right clients.
A big thing that often comes up with the solar plexus is imposter syndrome, and the feeling of not being worthy – your gifts not being worthy, your business not being worthy. If you’re putting out that energy, then obviously it’s going to be hard to attract in the ideal clients who really believe in you.
Boundaries are a very important part of the solar plexus energy, particularly in business with your clients. You need to know that your boundaries with clients are firm and that you know what is acceptable and what is not.
That actually brings clients to you who are also much more decisive and more committed, because the boundaries are very clear.
One other thing with the solar plexus of your business is about the worthiness side.
Your business also has to feel worthy.
Very often we can project our lack of self-worth across to our business, which makes it hard for the business’s energy body to emanate this confidence that your clients are looking for.
Here are three things that you can do:
1. Make your boundaries clear with your clients
This can be very challenging because this one means saying no. Saying no is a very strong part of boundaries. This is about the boundary between you and your business as well – knowing when to stop, when it’s enough with your business and when to break away. But very much so with your business and clients – who you will accept, who you won’t, what the terms and conditions are – having all of that very, very clear. Being able to say, “No, I don’t accept exchanges”, or “No, I don’t offer discounts”.
Having all that really clear is vital because that’s going to attract in the people that you really want to work with.
2. Get testimonials
This is a really important part of you feeling worthy and your business feeling worthy. Ask for testimonials. These are very important in attracting the clients who resonate with those testimonials, as well as just strengthening your sense of worth and your business’s sense of worth.
3. Shift those old beliefs
This third one is really going back to the core of who you are and how much you believe in yourself.
If you doubt yourself, if you doubt your abilities, and you doubt your business, then that’s the energy that’s going out.
So it’s obvious the type of clients you’ll then attract in.
Sometimes it might be a matter of going right back to the core. Going right back to your belief in yourself, your belief in your worthiness, your desire to throw off the invisibility cloak and be seen for who you really are. To go right back to that core work there are many tools that you could use.
But it might be enough at this point in relation to your business, to just write a list of 50 things that you offer your clients, 50 reasons why they would want to work with you, 50 ways you can change their life – however you want to word it.
And if you need to go even further than that, it may be as simple as 50 things you love about yourself.
Read that list every day. Start to shift some of that old, doubting energy in your solar plexus so you can step into your power and so your business can step into its power.
Share your message with the world and attract in from that empowered place those clients that you really want to work with.
If you’ve got any ideas about what you will do, share them in the comments below.