The Childhood Conclusions

Read this, and instantly know yourself better. Promise!

We humans are creatures of habit. We have our habitual way of walking home from school or work. When we take another route, we discover a new shop, park or even a shortcut. We also have habitual thoughts about ourselves. We think we don’t belong – not within our family, our social environment or even on this planet. We think we are not good enough, not smart, educated, old or young enough. We think we better keep what we think and feel to ourselves as we might not be understood. We think that if only we had things under control, life would be good and we would be someone. We fear we are somehow inappropriate and thus tell ourselves we have to keep up a perfect front.

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These down-putting thoughts stem from conclusions we drew as a child  Order Here

We all come into this world bearing gifts

Our childhood conclusions mirror our greatest gifts, the ones we hold most precious. So liberating ourselves from the recurrent down-putting thoughts, we liberate our originality, our generosity, our creativity, power and authenticity. The five basic patterns of our thoughts about ourselves were discovered a century ago by early psychiatrist William Reich. I offer an easy five-step way to turn these negative thoughts that hold us back into empowering allies.

There is no person in the world we talk to as much as we talk to ourselves
So let’s make that self-talk uplifting and empowering.

Discover who you really are by:
– recognising your predominant pattern(s) of self-thought
– turning negative self-talk around
– living your gifts

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