Imagine for a moment that you’re in your mother's womb and you can hear your parents having an awful argument.
You feel your mother's anger, loneliness and hurt... as her emotions pump through your tiny body.
As you are in the womb, you are getting to know yourself, the world and the environment that you are going to be born into.
The range of cortisol and the stress that you feel amplifies your conscious thoughts and a belief burns into your biology that… conflict is scary.
You are now encoded with the belief that you should have fear of conflict & that this is what relationships look like.
Your parents don’t know any better, as they were shown the same & weren’t aware of any childhood wounds that may be playing out in their relationship.
Now that you're an adult, you may still have this belief.
It possibly plays out in your relationships as it’s been encoded into your brain & body that this is what ‘love looks like’.
Have you ever asked yourself what is a belief?
Have you ever questioned your beliefs?
Have you ever wondered whether reality actually needs beliefs?
Belief systems are the filter through which we view reality. The conscious part of our mind sees reality through an intricate web of conditioned beliefs and then we act and move in the world according to those beliefs, the web stretches right down through every layer of our subconscious.
The beliefs we experience are created throughout the generations and within the collective and then taken on by the individual, and there is a consensus that these are absolute, that they are real.
They shape our worldview, they shape our self view, they shape the way we relate to others and to ourselves, and they shape the way the nervous system adapts to being on the planet.
Here is an example:
If I grow up in an environment that feels threatening, one of the core beliefs my body/subconscious may take on is “I'm not safe” or...
"The State that we're in & the Emotions we're Experiencing will dictate the course of our Lives"
When we came into this world we started learning many things.
Crawling, walking, talking, socialising, sport, eating, etc...
One thing most of us didn't learn was how to properly process emotions.
This is no ones fault, if our parents knew they would of taught us.
If you're reading this then it's safe for me to assume that you're on a personal growth journey and/or working in the field of helping others.
On that path, early on, we realise that our emotions are controlling our life.
If we want to start to master our life we must first master our emotions.
This doesn't mean we don't have emotional reactions, for this is part of being a human being.
It means being able to contain them and not get lost in their energy.
In the above video we discuss different techniques for processing emotions, both from day to day life and from our past.
The underlying theme they all have is that we Turn...
If you are in the personal development or healing space, you might be aware of the term ‘Limiting Belief’. The beliefs systems or filters in which directly influence how we see ourselves and the world but which are limiting us from achieving our goals in some way.
If you have taken our Root-Cause Therapy Practitioner Training, you may already be aware of a whole list of beliefs that you can test and work through with this life changing methodology. Click here to take the Free Pre-Training if you haven’t already.
Of course we want to find and work through as many as possible. But when we go too far into trying to find and heal every limiting belief, without a clear goal in mind of why and what we are trying to overcome… then we can get stuck in a belief mining trap.
Healing takes time. In an RCT Healing session, you are looking at clearing maybe 1-3 beliefs per week (the week in-between is needed for your mind and body to integrate lifetimes of...