Since my grandma’s death a month ago, I’ve been remembering all the sweet memories of my time with her.
I found this picture of me when I was 4 in front of my grandparents’ house. My grandma took it.
You may wonder: What has this to do with going for the career and life of your dreams?
It has EVERYTHING to do with it.
In the past 10 years, I’ve been doing a lot of inner work to heal my childhood wounds and change the limiting beliefs I had about myself since childhood that impacted my life as an adult.
I used to think that there was something wrong with me.
I was not pretty enough.
I was not fun enough.
I was not [fill in the blank] enough.
Thanks to all the inner work, I now know that these beliefs were FALSE.
I’m PERFECT exactly as I am.
There is nothing wrong with me.
There has never been.
…except in my own mind.
When I see this adorable little girl, I can LOVE her exactly as she was.
and send her the love that I could not give her then.
I see PERFECTION in her.
I see BEAUTY in her.
INSIDE and OUT.
I know she has nothing to prove to anyone.
She never had.
What about you?
Are you able to love your younger self and see the perfection in them?
Are you still holding negative beliefs about yourself?
That you are not enough or broken in some ways?
Are these negative beliefs unconsciously driving you to PROVE that you are enough?
to make choices in your career and your life to PROVE your enoughness?
If so, this may be why you are stuck in work you hate or not having the work and life you want.
I see it in a lot of my clients.
The deep-seated belief that they are not enough.
and the need to prove that they are enough.
As a result, they make choices or behave in a way to PROVE their enoughness.
- The unconscious false beliefs they took on as a child is still driving their work and life as adults.
- They wonder why they are stuck in a vicious cycle and can’t be happy in their work.
Through the process I do with them, I help them reconnect with their true authentic self, their innate brilliance within. They start realizing there is nothing wrong with them, nothing to change about who they are.
…and things start to shift.
What beliefs are you holding about YOU?
Comment below and share with me. I’m here to support you.
To your brilliance,
To the work and life that reflect that brilliance,