Why struggles come from unprocessed events from childhood…
Due to so many people asking about this, I wanted to expand.
Yesterday I posted “Did you know that your struggles come from unprocessed events from childhood?”
What does this mean? As so many people asked me about this.
When we are in our formative years, we come with a blank slate.
Many beliefs are created from 0 to 7 years old.
And they are created on how we see our mother and father treating themselves, treating each other and treating us.
So if a child sees mum and dad fighting over money, the child could create some of these beliefs
– Money brings problems.
– Money is bad.
– Money brings unhappiness.
– Money separates people.
Whenever we are not accepted as we are, or we are rejected, judged, criticized, laughed at, made fun of, bullied, etc, we create meaning around it.
Being rejected, judged or criticized could create beliefs like:
- I am not good enough.
– There is something wrong with me.
– I am not lovable, worthy, etc.
This becomes our beliefs.
That then gets stored in the subconscious mind where most people are not aware of it.
So, when we have struggles, it is all related to these limiting, negative and false beliefs.
If we don’t work on identifying those beliefs, and changing them at a deep level, the challenges around specific areas we are having, will not go away.
I have helped thousands of people overcome depression, anxiety disorders, addictions, make money, find a healthy relationship and so much more.
When you change your belief system, your world changes.
I have been studying and working on the mind for years, and working with thousands of people around the world, to see amazing changes.
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