What are Limiting Beliefs?
Carl Jung a Swiss psychiatrist and one of the godfather’s of psychology coined the term “collective unconscious” to signify the beliefs we hold that have been based on what others have taught us.
These collective unconscious beliefs stem from external factors. The situations we have grown up in, our parental, family, and friend influences. It is where we have accepted others portrayals of how life is supposed to be.
A lot of the time these beliefs are limiting. They constrain us in some way, because they may not align with our personal core values, or as we grow into awareness we realise we have adopted someone else's belief system – instead of our own.
Limiting Beliefs are the thoughts that hold you back from your true potential.
They are the thoughts that pop up on repeat in your head every day. And can also be an underlying “belief” that you feel like you have always had about yourself - and are unsure why.
Limiting Beliefs sound like:
“I will never be good enough… I am not worthy… I’ll never be able to do that… I will never be successful… I am not smart enough, thin enough, pretty enough, tall enough, funny enough” and the list goes on! These beliefs have a negative impact on our mindset.
In my mentoring program I work with women to explore these beliefs that have been limiting in your life and together delve within to release these social conditions so that you can begin living from your TRUE SELF - without limitations! Through the process you also learn to detach from these external messages and recognise your OWN values and belief systems.
POSITIVE OUTCOME: The ability to be happy with yourself, to believe in yourself, know your worth, while living to your core values and true potential