Change your story, change your life… get unstuck from the past, the pain, and the limitations/barriers that hold you back. You get to choose, you do not have to accept the story of you created from other people’s pain, perception, projections, and limitations…nor the story of you created through pain, trauma, drama, and other experiences.
We often identify ourselves with/by who we are to others and/or what we do for a living…a teacher, healer, parent, sibling, artist, etc. When I refer to the story of you in this context, I am not referring to our identity or conscious story…I am more referring to the underlying, subconscious story we tell ourselves and others about us through our thoughts, actions, and words.
If you have ever had that little voice in your head tell you that you “that’s silly”, “you shouldn’t even try”, “that will never work out”, “no one wants to hear what you have to say”, “I can’t do that”, “I’ll just mess it up”, “I’m too old (or too anything else, for that matter)”, “no one cares”, or any other form of ‘no’ that shuts you down before even trying…you likely have a story that needs to be changed.
Even if you don’t have thoughts like these, but still find yourself stuck in a pattern/loop of outcome or limitation…like you try so hard but always come up short…your story is probably holding you back.
I used to have a story like this. I once believed a story of myself that was written by other people, certain experiences, uncomfortable feelings, limiting beliefs/conditioning, and, of course, pain/trauma.
I once believed that I had no value, except that which came from pleasing others or being pleasing to others. I once believed I didn’t matter. I once believed I was nothing. I once believed it was better, safer to be unseen and unheard…invisible. I once believed it was pointless to even try because I would mess it up anyway. I once believed the world would be better off without me. I once believed I was not good enough, that I didn’t deserve good things, and that I was unlovable…
That story is hard to tell now. I remember how this story played out in my thoughts, then my feelings matched it, then my body followed suit with feeling depleted, drained, unbalanced, and eventually in pain. I didn’t wear this story on the outside, it was too humiliating; but the masks I wore barely covered it up to those who I let in…of course, I didn’t let many people in.
This version of my story has absolutely nothing to do with who I truly am, but for a long time I couldn’t see past it to connect with my true story. I felt disconnected from others and the world, but mostly I felt like a stranger in my own skin, my own body. I didn’t even recognize myself when I looked in the mirror…
Now I choose this story: I am me. I have value and worth simply for being me. It is safe for me to be seen and heard, to let my light shine. I am intelligent, compassionate, empathetic, intuitive, and good enough just the way I am. Any pain, trauma, and drama I’ve endured in my life no longer creates barriers or limitations for me. I serve humanity by my own free-will and choice. (this is the condensed version that has evolved over more than a decade…it is important to review and revise as you shift your patterns)
You are welcome to watch the video for more detail…but this post covers the content pretty well…
And, NO, it is not *that easy*…it requires insight/awareness, practice/repetitive action, and guidance. It isn’t that you CAN’T do it on your own by simply deciding who you are and what you want, it is that until you shift your subconscious patterns of belief/conditioning/emotion you will face a steady stream of resistance and barriers/blocks that leave you feeling exhausted and maybe even hopeless… If you are ready to change your story, I can help you…are you ready to commit to yourself? You deserve this…you really do.
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