Unworthiness.. It's at the core of so many decisions and behaviors

There’s  something interesting I’ve come across in all the personal coaching  I’ve done. It’s a human quality that comes up over and over again. This  quality is so common that I’ve wondered if it’s part of the human  condition? (An  unnatural  part of the human condition, but alas, a dominating part of the human condition).    This quality I’m referring to is  unworthiness .    When I’ve dissected a person’s life with them, and we’ve worked on  unraveling all that causes their patterns, life decisions and states of  being, at the core we discover unworthiness, in varying degrees.    This sense of unworthiness has been the effect of relationships or work  experiences gone bad. But on a deeper level, a lot of people experience  unworthiness stemming from childhood. They picked up patterns from their  parents or primary caregivers.    They experienced trauma, abuse or family divorce. As an adult these  situations can be very difficult to handle mentally and emotionally. And  when a person experiences such incidents as a child, the feelings of  helpless and  unworthiness  become engrained in the subconscious.    And for the majority of people, they go about their life, housing  unworthiness in their subconscious mind. And what is housed in our  subconscious mind becomes the predetermining factor for our thoughts and  behaviors.    Our inability to maintain healthy relationships, flow of money and  abundance, and feelings of wholeness come from the deep-rooted part of  our subconscious housing our state of unworthiness.    If any of the above I described hit home for you,  you are not alone .    Think of what you feel blocked in.  Relationships?  Money?  Happiness?    Now think of an incident that caused you to feel blocked in your adult  years. It can be in your recent past, or in the past decades.    Face that incident. Go back to that day, or that era in your life. And  imagine the you of today looking at yourself in that day, or era (The  present you looking at the former you). What would the you of today tell  your former self?    Close your eyes and talk to your former self. Talk gently, and lovingly  to your old self. Embrace your old self with compassion. What advice  would you give the former you? What words of consolation would you  share? How would you look into the eyes of the former you? Allow your  words and your energy to be healing.    Repeat this everyday, until you feel yourself becoming lighter… Moving on from the past, and coming into the present.    And now do this with the child-you. Go back to an incident or an era of  your childhood where your parents or primary caregivers instilled  (either knowingly or unknowingly) patterns in you that are not to your  highest good.    As the adult-you of today, look at that child-you. What is the child-you thinking? Feeling?    Close your eyes and imagine the adult-you talking to the child-you.  Share words of wisdom. Look lovingly into the eyes of the child-you. Let  the child-you know that it’s time to move on from the shackles of the  past. And gently hold the hand of the child-you as you move him/her  through time and space to the present moment. One more time, tell the  child-you that it’s time to release the past.     Say this with love. Allow it to be healing.     And imagine the child-you looking back at you, taking it all in, feeling  relieved. Feel the child-you release the incident, the era.    Repeat this everyday, until you feel yourself becoming lighter… Moving on from the past, and coming into the present.    Face the past. Do not run away from it. But do not face the past with anger and resentment.    Face the past with healing energy.    And know that you are WORTHY.    A person or situation may have dimmed your light in the past. But do  they deserve to dim the light on your ENTIRE LIFE AND EXISTENCE?    Heal from the past using loving energy. Use this loving energy towards  YOU… Either the child-you of the past or the adult-you of the past.    If you’d like to understand forgiveness, and how it is an act of Self-Empowerment, and a removal from the past,  click on this link to read more about my ten-day course titled    Find Freedom through Forgiveness.      And to the person(s) in your life whom you feel could use a boost of worthiness, share this blog with them.    With Much Love,    Michelle   

There’s something interesting I’ve come across in all the personal coaching I’ve done. It’s a human quality that comes up over and over again. This quality is so common that I’ve wondered if it’s part of the human condition? (An unnatural part of the human condition, but alas, a dominating part of the human condition).

This quality I’m referring to is unworthiness.

When I’ve dissected a person’s life with them, and we’ve worked on unraveling all that causes their patterns, life decisions and states of being, at the core we discover unworthiness, in varying degrees.

This sense of unworthiness has been the effect of relationships or work experiences gone bad. But on a deeper level, a lot of people experience unworthiness stemming from childhood. They picked up patterns from their parents or primary caregivers.

They experienced trauma, abuse or family divorce. As an adult these situations can be very difficult to handle mentally and emotionally. And when a person experiences such incidents as a child, the feelings of helpless and unworthiness become engrained in the subconscious.

And for the majority of people, they go about their life, housing unworthiness in their subconscious mind. And what is housed in our subconscious mind becomes the predetermining factor for our thoughts and behaviors.

Our inability to maintain healthy relationships, flow of money and abundance, and feelings of wholeness come from the deep-rooted part of our subconscious housing our state of unworthiness.

If any of the above I described hit home for you, you are not alone.

Think of what you feel blocked in.
Relationships?
Money?
Happiness?

Now think of an incident that caused you to feel blocked in your adult years. It can be in your recent past, or in the past decades.

Face that incident. Go back to that day, or that era in your life. And imagine the you of today looking at yourself in that day, or era (The present you looking at the former you). What would the you of today tell your former self?

Close your eyes and talk to your former self. Talk gently, and lovingly to your old self. Embrace your old self with compassion. What advice would you give the former you? What words of consolation would you share? How would you look into the eyes of the former you? Allow your words and your energy to be healing.

Repeat this everyday, until you feel yourself becoming lighter… Moving on from the past, and coming into the present.

And now do this with the child-you. Go back to an incident or an era of your childhood where your parents or primary caregivers instilled (either knowingly or unknowingly) patterns in you that are not to your highest good.

As the adult-you of today, look at that child-you. What is the child-you thinking? Feeling?

Close your eyes and imagine the adult-you talking to the child-you. Share words of wisdom. Look lovingly into the eyes of the child-you. Let the child-you know that it’s time to move on from the shackles of the past. And gently hold the hand of the child-you as you move him/her through time and space to the present moment. One more time, tell the child-you that it’s time to release the past.

Say this with love. Allow it to be healing.

And imagine the child-you looking back at you, taking it all in, feeling relieved. Feel the child-you release the incident, the era.

Repeat this everyday, until you feel yourself becoming lighter… Moving on from the past, and coming into the present.

Face the past. Do not run away from it. But do not face the past with anger and resentment.

Face the past with healing energy.

And know that you are WORTHY.

A person or situation may have dimmed your light in the past. But do they deserve to dim the light on your ENTIRE LIFE AND EXISTENCE?

Heal from the past using loving energy. Use this loving energy towards YOU… Either the child-you of the past or the adult-you of the past.

If you’d like to understand forgiveness, and how it is an act of Self-Empowerment, and a removal from the past, click on this link to read more about my ten-day course titled Find Freedom through Forgiveness.

And to the person(s) in your life whom you feel could use a boost of worthiness, share this blog with them.

With Much Love,

Michelle