Imagine what we can do if we can rewrite some of these core beliefs? You simply don't create these patterns when you rewrite them at the level of your root and core beliefs. It's so rare to be able to see things this far down....it's a breakthrough and insight. So in this lesson, we will be focusing on unwinding these 3 beliefs. In this lesson, we take you through a process to identify the specific snake-like shape of one of your most persistent patterns so you know at each layer which aspect you choose. We will teach you a process to begin unwinding and rewriting this pattern permanently.
We will look closely at what you are choosing over the relationship in the moment of your pattern and will look at where we depart from the standard therapeutic model whose focus is often either being seen and understood or how to cope or handle your existing circumstance such that the good outweighs the bad.
Our purpose in Evolving Love is to help you rewrite at an identity level in a way that raises you up and out of the pattern completely in a quantum leap so that the quality of the beliefs you are holding and the conversations you are in has this pattern not show up as part of the dialogue anymore. Handling your life is the baseline...evolution occurs several layers above that. True transcendence occurs when you go from believing 'I am not worthy or I am not safe or I am not the author of my life' into I am in fact worthy, I am safe, and I am the author and creator of my life. Transcendence is shifting the core identity. In this lesson, we give you a framework that can lift you up and out of the suffering - not by fixing what is broken but by having you see your true nature and having that be what you identify as.
“The shadow is not a problem to be solved or an enemy to be conquered, but a fertile field to be cultivated. When we dig our hands into its rich soil, we will discover the potent seeds of the people we most desire to be."
- Debbie Ford
REFLECTION QUESTION | Answer the question(s) below
Putting it all together, how would you now describe your most persistent pattern?