All About Childhood
Have you heard the joke about the shrink? It had something to do with your mama.
Yes, yes, psychotherapists are very familiar with the jokes about therapy. But love, it really is all about your childhood.
Childhood, specifically the ages of 0-7 where attachment is built and the subconscious is developing, is the single more important predictor of a person's well being.
I'm talking physical-mental-emotional-spiritual well being.
If you feel unwell or have been managing your mental and physical health symptoms with medication or self-medicating... I wonder if you have explored your childhood?
You may have had a wonderful childhood and never thought to look back on it. You may feel you were not affected by your parents divorce, but for some reason you can't find the one to commit to.
Exploring your childhood and subconscious memories is not to go seeking for trauma or to rewrite the childhood you imagined as good to be awful.
Exploring your childhood is so that you can become consciously aware of the childhood imprinting and patterns you witnessed at this stage of development.
👉 Because they are ruling your decision making now
👉 Because you may have been shamed for the little quirky thing you did which is actually where your greatest strength lay
👉 Because you may be living a life filled with doubt and fear that is holding you back from achieving the things you desire
👉 Because you keep unconsciously repeating patterns that were never yours to begin with
👉 Because lack and imposter syndrome are making you feel anxious and depressed
👉 Because years of generational patterning have given you chronic pain and health issues
💫 Because when you become conscious of these patterns you can make changes that are more aligned with your true self.
It's not as scary as it may sound, especially when you have a trained guide with you.
❤️ In fact I want you to place your hand over your heart now and take in a few deep breaths with me, while you affirm: I AM CAPABLE, I AM STRONG, I AM SAFE TO EXPLORE MY CHILDHOOD.
You are my dear. You are strong and capable and the adult you is safe enough to explore the patterns.
And you know, I'm always here to help you process the stories that come up.
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