Even most loving homes can set unintentional messages around these building blocks. In turn, we absorb ideas that we cannot do certain things or be certain ways. It might be as seemingly straightforward as, “Girls aren’t good at math” to far more subtle messages about our abilities, bodies, personal potential or our place in the family. Our minds at that time are so sensitive—and so pliable— that an imprint can stem from a single off-the-cuff comment.
These messages create false beliefs that our young minds cannot discern, and so we adopt them as truths; we accept fiction as reality. We might never have challenged these false beliefs, as they came from people whom we love, trust and depend on. The good news? Just as we learned these false beliefs, we can un-learn them. We can lovingly stare them down and call them out for the falsehoods they are. We can replace them with statements that reflect our true ability.
In a single powerful session, I will navigate you through a six-step process that will equip you with the tools to release these false beliefs. You will feel lighter, unburdened.
Reclaim who you are.