Deep down, what do you truly believe about yourself?
The beliefs you hold about yourself are the most important beliefs you hold in mind.
What you believe about yourself creates your mental blueprint.
This blueprint – whether you believe yourself to be a good person, a bad person, a beautiful person, an ugly person, a powerful person or a person with no power or capabilities – creates your entire life.
You literally manifest every aspect of your life based on the beliefs you actually hold about yourself.
Forget trying to build your self esteem.
Forget trying to feeling good enough.
Go beyond all that for just this moment.
When you are wanting to change your life at the most profound levels, a good place to start is to examine what you truly believe about yourself.
What core belief holds you back?
Deep down, do you believe you are a “bad” person?
Many of us received the message beginning in childhood that we are a “bad boy” or a “bad girl.”
Sure, there can be lots of fun involved in being “bad” – the rules don’t apply to you, you get to skirt the norms of behavior, outsmart the authority figures in your life and try all sorts of things you think your mother would never approve of.
But if you truly believe you are a “bad” person, that belief can manifest in many uglier ways.
If you believe you are a “bad” person you may also believe:
- You are so broken you can never be fixed
- You deserve to be punished
- You don’t deserve to be happy
- You don’t deserve to feel good
- You don’t deserve to have money
- There is no way you can ever truly succeed
- You will never fit in
- You will never be loved for who you actually are
- Your situation is hopeless
- No one – including God – can ever forgive you
You may not even believe you deserve to exist and find countless ways to self destruct, subconsciously trying to take yourself out of the picture. This could manifest in countless “bad” habits – smoking, addiction to drugs, alcohol, food, sex, lying, cheating, stealing and in all manner of fatal illnesses.
At worst, your “bad” message could lead you to kill yourself.
Why should you bother trying to get better? The inner anger and frustration at yourself and even life itself becomes a self fulfilling prophecy.
In my work as a medical intuitive healer, I identify the beliefs you are holding in your mind that keep you from experiencing the health, wealth, happiness and success your soul longs for.
No message is perhaps more destructive than your “bad” message.
If you have been feeling stuck, take a fearless mental inventory.
When, where and how did someone tell you that you are a “bad” person?
Sometimes even the people we go to for healing – whether that person is a traditional MD or a holistic practitioner – can reinforce this “bad” message.
Perhaps you received a diagnosis from an authority figure that your mind-body system translates as a curse. For example, maybe a doctor put a label on your condition and gave you six months to live. Because he appears as a powerful authority figure, you believe him.
I’m always talking to other holistic practitioners about the importance of how they see their clients.
The mental image we project of our clients broadcasts all the way down to their cellular level.
It’s absolutely crucial that while we accurately see the challenges a person is facing that we view them as whole, complete and precisely where they need to be on their spiritual path.
Recently I did a medical intuitive reading for another holistic practitioner in a foreign country.
Part of what I explained to her was that the archetype she was playing as a healer was actually holding her back:
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I just love the way Catherine writes and it just so happens that I’m aware of someone in my life who pretty much ticks all the ‘bad’ Q boxes. What I also find interesting is, due to their FIXED STRONG BeLIEfs about themselves inc changes outside which they didn’t make and they are not happy about, they don’t wish to change. It’s like they are so engrained by their own EGO, that stepping outside would mean being ‘vulnerable’ and they could be seen as being ‘soft’… I could go one, however this woman also isn’t broken and doesn’t need fixing! Except in my world, I think she’s unconscious, sad, lonely, victimised and become her own worst enemy most of the time as opposed to her best loving friend.
The interesting thing is, that’s her path, good, bad or ugly, and only she can make the necessary changes, but right now she’s FIXED/STUCK and does not feel or wish for help. The sad thing is, her life is not her own, she has another and therefore a greater responsibility to ‘grow up’ / mature and be open to so many more exciting possibilities. But who am I to tell her differently?
From another point of view, everything is just perfect.
Maybe one day I can inspire her to WAKE UP!
Dear Magnus, Thank you so much for reading my blog! The more we as practitioners can see the wholeness of our clients, the more they can see that they are actually strong, resilient, capable and have the power to make positive change for themselves. When people come to us they can quite literally see themselves in our eyes. Better to show them a picture of themselves that empowers them to move forward with courage! Sending you love and light, Catherine Carrigan