CONFIDENCE BUILDING, SELF-IMAGE & TRANSFORMATION
-Our entire life is a reflection of our self-image-

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We will never out-perform our self-image.

Our self-image is at the heart of every aspect of our life and it can be re-programmed, but we must remember that the subconscious mind will only respond favorably to restructuring under very specific conditions. For now, lets first begin with a basic understanding of the self-image and begin a preliminary exploration of how it is developed and what impact it has on our lives.

  • You were not born with a self-image
  • Your self-image was constructed for you 
  • Your self-image is likely not congruent with your potential

It is extremely important for you to understand that your self-image is an automated programmed response. 

This simply means that you have ways of being that have become natural, easy and second nature.

Your self-image is learned.

CONFIDENCE BUILDING, SELF-IMAGE & ORIGINAL POTENTIAL

...shamed into the back seat...

The self-image you are carrying is not necessarily congruent with the “original potential”  you began this life with. Our abilities, talents and purpose are often shamed into the back seat (you will learn more about this if we decide to work together. 

Social programming is at the heart of many of our difficulties. Our challenges are learned. We can begin to reprogram and step into a self-image that serves us. Your entire life is a reflection of your self-image. There may be specific areas that are causing you the most concern. For example-your personal or professional experiences (relationships and performance), your over all health and well-being (emotional, mental, spiritual), your finances etc. You may have identified yourself as someone who lacks confidence, is anxious or depressed.

Regardless of the current circumstances you, like everyone, will have a deeply ingrained idea or belief about who you are. How we perceive ourselves will either cast a dark shadow onto our lives or it will compel us to great heights, or at the very least, simple contentment.


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